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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 27, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922072701_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 27, 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. TIIIRTVITIIIRD YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 27. 1922. j KUMIIR 18. STANFORD GETS TOBACCO RECEIV-1NG jSTATE FAIR PRIZE "No More War," Maintenance Men Nations' Slogan May Yet Strike1 LIST IS $106,000 the In ten different language phra-- e "N'o More War" will rise in a world chorus from fourteen nation on J. ly 'JO and 30th in commemors alien of the eighth anniversary of the ethbreak of the great war. r. , LUNCHEON PAINT LICK WALG Saddle Home Stake Holds Lend With $10,000 for Director Kalph .M. Ilarker Saya Champion Lots, Ho u.sen ami Excess Ileal Estate Will ko to Highest Hidder as Soon Ah Details are Arranged Warehouse and other property owned by the Hurley Tobacco Grow- STATION Association, but ers' not needed by it for the transaction of It business, will be sold at auction to the highest bidder. Director of Warehouse Italph M. Darker wld, at Ron m arrangement ran b made to advertise thrm and arrange for the sales. "In lomr towns f have two warehouse, where only onr Is needed," Mid Director lUrker. In other towns wo have three or four receiving plant, where two are ample to care In ome county for the business. teat we have no warehouse am! where It l practicable to do mi, in establishing new receiving plant, the warehouses not needed will be and moved to the location of the new receiving plant. "In acquiring the warehouse prop erty we now hold we have alto a number of lot, which could be sold for building lots, and a few other building, inelud.ng iuiiic dwelling. Those will be disposed of at auction to the highest bidder, at well a our execs receiving plant. "Became of the inconvenience of handling tobacco in tome of the bur. ley counties which have been lgned up or which now are Mgnlng up their crop liberally to the Association, the grower being compelled to hip for connderable distance or being fore ed to a long haul to market, we Have decided to establish receiving plant at four new points in Ohio, four in West Virginia, one in Indiana and five in Kentucky. Thee are a follow . I comprisThe twenty department Chamber of commerce, newspa-neing the State Pair will award $100,-00- 0 libraries, ministers of all de,n prizos, the largest amount in nomination, disabled soldier' or- ' the history f th Kentucky institu- sanitation, farmers, trade union tion, according to the catalogues far lessors nnd every kind of women' 10ft Just "If the press. The largest organization are taken part. Half a individual stake is the $10,000 sad- million placard bearing the words dle hore stake decided the last night "N'o .More Wnr" have been dlstrib at State Fair woek, September 1 1 to uted in thi countty through the Na 10, when the world champion I tional Council for Reduction of Arm aments, while throughout Kurope a crowned. Although the awards in the horse poster bearing the same phrase in nil department are far, in the lead, prize the languages, according to word refar the cattle department total more ceived by the National Council, I to than 126,000, this being in line with be displayed. Iteport coming to the State, the intention of V. C. Hnnna, Com- council from the thirty-si- x missioner of Agriculture, to help In where the observance of "N'o More every way possible the introduction War" day is already arranged show-that every form of demonstration is of pure bred animal to be utilized in this international $0,300 Prises for Women The women's department ha prize protest against war. In Kentucky the "No More War" amounting to $6,500. This department I under the direct supervision demonstration will be under control of Mr. llanna, Mr. Margaret D. of the General Federation of Worn-eClub and Y. W. C. A. of Louis- Jonas being the superintendent. ville and the W. C T. U of Newport. n' LOPS HARRODS-BURFor Central Kentucky Com mercial Organization Have Various Grievances and, Unless THey Are Settled, The regular monthly meeting of Walkout of Four Hundred! the Central Kentucky Chamber of Lackey Pitches Great Game Commerce Organization will be held And Has Good Hacking Thousand Workers IncvU' ,in Lancaster tomorrow, (Friday), the r tabic, it is Said at Union' body convening nt 12:80 at the Throughout Contest Jan Hotel, where n luncheon will j Headquarters. a Lick goes When Ken-ga- be .served to about 100 or more. Detroit. July 26 A threat that the 400.000 maintenance men employed on the notion' railroad will go on strike because of alleged action of certain eastern roads in attempting to form company organizations to take the place of International and the action of guards employed by the railroads, wa made here today at headquarter of the Hrotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes and Hallway broth-erhoo- Great Meeting At New Equipment JUST F.NSTALLF.D AT ICC PLANT While may not boast of the largest ice nlant in Central Ken tucky, she ran at least .ay that she has the most complete one of it. size in this terrtory, since the recent n- (ailment of a new 111 ton compressor, electrically driven, and attached to the old tank, giving it a capacity of 0 from to 7 ton daily. About is being spent on the ice plant alone, and Mr. Hastm telle that in the near future he expect to build a large storage plant, to take care of the rustom. which hits inernti! many fold during the past few year. $1,-00- Fait-Vie-w The nnnuai evangelistic meeting at Fair View Christian church began last Monday night and services are being held each evening. A special fifteen minute service for children prvceeds the evening meeting. Ser rice hove been arranges! for the afternoon during the meeting at the following point : Wednesday 2th, 1 I'. M.. Stoney I'o.nt School House. Thursday 27th. 4 l. M.. Union School House Sunday 30lh, 3 l M., HyattsvtUe Sunday School. Sunday JOth , .1 I M.. Level Green Christian curch. Monday 3 1st. 4 I'. M., Manse school house. Speaking of Strikes Lan-caste- preach at all these services except the Sunday afternoon service nt Level Green, when Hev. Clayton, the pastor lin MU OMvet, at Fair View, will preach. The pub"KentuckyStanford, Georgetown, Grecnsburg and Colum- lic is invited at all these services. bia. "Ohio Crown City, Gallipoli. Pel. city and Manchester. "West Virginia Huntington, Hurricane. St. Alban ami West Ham- Tuesday 1st , 4 P. M.. Hcoehwood There i a strike on between the school houso. r, pool player and pool room of Hev. I. A. Warren, the Evangelist, brought olmut 'tis said, on who i holding the meeting will account of the pool room operators raising the price of the "Saint Louis" pool from five cents to ten cent; and also the discount. ng of renting pool tables by the hour It is .said that about 25 ofthe regular player have signed an agreement, to play no more pool until the old rates are established, and anyone violating this College agreement, is to pay the other "strik-ers- " one dollar each. "Indiana Vevay." Mr. Ilarker said that in each cae tne warehouie or recciv.ng plant would be financed locally and In caae of removal of plant dismantled at other points the expenso would be paid by local stockholders, who then would offer the warehouie to the Amociation on the lame term a the other plant taken over by the Association have been bought. Director Ilarker ha fintahed the work of taking over the receiving plant at every point in the district save two and in thie but one warehouse in each remain to be deeded Of the 1110 to the Association. plant available in the Hurley district at the tune of the organization of the Association 122 have been deed-e- d to It and two more will be a noon a the necessary adjustment of value Miss Cheek Named Dran of Kentucky Tor Women Sander and Anion, proprietors of the Dixie Stock Farm are exhibiting some of thetr choice stock nt the Harrodsburg fair thi week. s made. Among the hog being exhibited are In less than it dozen case, Director versity. the Junior ami senior gilt, herd sow She i at present in Pan, France, Ilarker tutid, in arriving at the value nnd herd boar. All are of the Po of the property taken over by the attend ng a session of the Association land China type and they hould car-- ! Association, wa it necessary to use of t'nverity Women, which brings ry awny the bulk of the premium together from all over the world tie service of arbitrators. this class. prominent m the field of in leader woman's education. Messrs. The Kentucky College for Women to be congratulated upon securing Ashby Mory the service of .Ml Cheek, named by the Hoard of Trusr tees, as Dean of the faculty nnd of history and political science. The selection is a most popular one, and while a most important position, Cheek, know those who know Mi that she will fill the position admirably. She i well known nnd universally beloved, not only in Danville and Iloyle county, where she wa reared, Miss but throughout Kentucky. Cheek u a graduate of Mt. Holyoke, ami ha recently received her degree of Master of Arks from Columbia Uni i pro-feo- Court Day Doings There wa a large crowd In last Monday, it being county court day, but there was very little business transacted. Some cattle on the market, which sold from 5 to 7 cent. Good stock ewe in demand and quite a number changed hands. J. M. Craig sold 70 nice one. to J. Lee Murphy, for $11.00 a held. l.an-carter Attending Fair 'JG E. F. Grable, president of International the Hrsthernxod of Maintenance of Way Kmpleye and Hailway Shop laborers, denied today reports emanating from hi headquarter at Detroit that the 100,000 members of the union were threatening again to strike. Mr. Grable said negotiation were proceeding satisfactorily before the United State Hailroad Hoard. E. F. Groble, piesident of the union, is in Chicago conferring with Hailroad Labor the United State Hoard and is prepared to demand, it wa stated authoritatively here today, that certain practice of the Unle m.lroads be abandoned. grievance of the maintenance men are settled it was stated at union headquarters here, a strike is inevitable. The brotherhood official the Lehigh Valley and Delaware, Lackawanna and Western and other eastern railroads are attempting to organize company unions to take the place of the present labor organizations. Protest Use of Guards The maintenance men also protest against use of guards by the They assert lives of all railroad employe who remain at work are imperilled by promiscuous shooting on the part of the guards charged with protecting railroad property during the shopmen' trke. Specific instance cited are those In Saginaw, Mich., and at Tucumcari, N. M. Fifty maintenance men quit work in the Marquette shops at Saginaw Tuesday, saying they feared they would be wounded owing to cnreles handling of firearm by the guards. At the New Mexico City It Is alleged .15 Mexicans were brought across the border Into the United States, deputized and given firearm. Maintenance of way men there to President Grable, saying they refused to work as long as the Mexican were permitted to have guns. On several eastern road where the practice of forming company organi zation is said to have been put into effect, the maintenance men have asked permission to quit work, it was said at the union headquarters here. hen-charg- e rail-roapro-test- Shop laborer. Chicago, July These meetings have proven quite interesting nnd profitable, and have been held every month since last March. HusineM of mutual interest will be discuse.sd nt the meeting nnd .several prominent speaker will address the aisemby, during the luncheon hour, among them being Dr. John Achesen, President of the Kentucky College for Women. About fifty members of the local Chamber of Commerce have purcha. ed ticket for the luncheon, which i to cost each member both local nnd visitor, 75 cents each. The menu to be served by the hotel i one of the best yet served at any previous meeting and is well worth the price charged. It I. to be hoped that a good number of our local members will turn out and assist in entertaining the visitors ,who will remain In our city obout two hours. The program committee of the Chamber of Commerce has aranged a good program and the entertainment committee has left no stones unturned to see that our guests are well looked after while in our city. Baptist Church Notes after Paint thing, she usually gets it. Last Friday afternoon before a crowd of 300 fans, she went after the scalp of the Harrodsburg baseball team, and trimmed them to the tune of 0 to 1. Not after the second inning was the game in doubt, for at this time It was seen that Paint Lick had on her playing clothes nnd that the unbeaten Harrodsburg team was doomed for defeat. The game was hotly contested throughout, but that superb pitcher of Paint Lick's, Jimmie Lackey, was never in better form and soon had his opponents up in the air. He got splendid support from both in and out fields and the rooters never lagged for a moment during the entire contest. Harrodsburg had several rooters from Danville and Mercer county, but they soon saw they had met an enemy worthy of their steel, and gave up the result early in the game. Harrodsburg pitcher, Powers, was virtually knocked out of the box and was relieved by Eddie Rowan, of Danville, who pitched the remaining innings, with no better results. AH K II PO A E Paint Lick 11. J. I.key lb. .5 3 5 4 GInter i Word has been received that Dr. J. C. Hogers cf E. Martin, of First Church, Jelltco, Hoop 2b will be with us September 1 1 to 23 for S. Hoger lb two weeks revival meeting In our Duerson cf church. Fuller announcements will Hensley If be made later. In the meantime be- Ward If gin NOW to make the revival a time Davis If 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 113 110 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 4 4 1 2 14 0 1 1 120 0 0 S 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 George Palmer 111 Contract Let The Fincal Court ha let n contract to Hughe and Ware for the reconstruction of four mile of the Lexington turnpike, beginning nt the gate of Porter Rich. Messrs. Hughe mid Ware are expert road builder, this firm having bu.lt the five miles on Richmond pike last year. After the completion of the Lexington p'ke, two milos of which I also being reconstructed by the county' crew, will be turned over to the State for future maintenance. Real News For Garrard County Service Men The next meeting of the Anier.can Legion w ill be hell at the I. (). 0. F. Ky., Tuesday, Hull, in August lot., tt22. at 8 P. M. Remember service men, of Garrard county that August IHh is the last DATE that you may file your paper for compensation, lly all means all service men ure urgently requost-e- d to be present at this meeting. Delegate will be named to the State Convention in Glasgow on thi night. Every The annual election of officer of One of the best county fair in this Pint will be held the first Tues Mr. T. H, Simmons, Danville' fore Kentucky It to be the Perryville Fair day night in September. Please be most photographer, wa in Lancaster wli.ch begin next Wedneday, Au- prosont and on time for the August last Weilnesday and will return every gust 2nd, mid Inst for three dny. 1st. meeting promptly at 8 P. M. W'ednesday until further notice. The premium Hit I large and liberal Those desiring hi work for that day, and many from Garrard county will may leave engagement at the Cenattend a ha always been the case He make a Lizzie tral Record olfice. C. Towerv and Mrs. A. in year past. Knuckle were given rather heavy specialty of home portraiture. fine in Judire Treadwav'. court last LOST STEER Hlack or dark blue Tuo.ilav mortilmr. thev each beilli! roan steer; welghtabout 1,050 or About alxty pupil of the Pleasant charged with adultery. Towery wa 1,000 pounds. Liberal reward for anil .Mr. information. Point Sunday School, near King fined 135.00 and cost Lewi Neale, Call Mountain passed through Lancaster Knuckle was fined $25.00 and costs. Richmond, Ky. Phone 512. last Suturday, on their way to High One fine wa paid, the other replevied. n It would never do to put twelve Bridge for an outing for the day. It John Knuckles, the husband, wa the s on a Jury. The law provide for was a Jolly and happy bunch and we prosecuting witness and had the only one verdict. sworn out against the pair. know that the day wa Joyfully spent. Friend will be distressed to learn that (ieorge Palmer is confined to the St. Joseph Hospital In Lexington, where he wn taken last Friday for an operation for cancer of the liver. The incision was made, but the disease had so far advanced that an Town Sells operation was not attempted. He i perfectly comfortable nnd had a restThe beautiful new home of Mrs. ful day yesterday. Kniory McWhorter wa sold publicly yesterday afternoon, Judge G. M. Meeting Trendway, being the fortunate and Inst bidder. The price paid was Hev. E. It. Hourland, of the Chris500. tian church, left last Monday mornWe are indeed glad to chronicle ing for Mt, Sterling, where he will the fact that Judge Tread way and conduct a series of meeting for two Dr. Pyatt, of the hi estimable wife are to become week or more. permanent resident of our city, and College of the Hible, Lexington, will the home which they have Just pur fill the pulpit for Mr. Hourland next chased i one of the most desirable in Sunday morning. the city and is well worth the price paid for it. Will SlanDirty Property Protracted of gracious spiritual uplift by placing ourselves at the disposal of the Spirit to do the whole will of God. The Women's prayer service is held each Monday evening at 7:30 in the church. A most helpful service was held this week. The regular prayer service and Hible study of the church on Wednesday evenings nt 7:45. We are studying the first chapter of Genesis with special reference to the "first things" that are presented In these chapter. Our lesson this week was "The End of the First Civilization the Flood." For next week our les son will be "The First World Monarchy." Please read Genesis 7 nnd come to the meeting with your Hible. Services next Sunday as follows. Sunday School nt ten o'clock; preaching service at It, subject "The Price of Forgiveness." The Young People's services Juniors at 0:15; Seniors at 7 o'clock. Union service at the Presbyterian church nt 7:15. The next monthly business meeting of the church on Saturday afternoon, August 5th, at 3 o'clock. It Is necessary that all members of the church attend the business sessions of the church to realize the largest measure of efficiency. Shall our church be 100 per cent efficient? Each member has it In his power to answer this question in the affirmative. Let's do it! Hrethern, pray for us. Pray without ceasing. The Woman's Missionary Society had a very good meeting nt the home of Mrs. Chas. Moore last Friday afternoon. The attendance, while not ns large n expected, was very good. An interesting and Inspiring report of the Georgetown Assembly was giv. en by Miss Hcbccca Williams. After the program came refreshments and a most enjoyable social hour. 5-- Patrick c J. Lackey p 4 4 0 0 2 12 13 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 37 Totat Harrodsburg.- - AH Sutherland s -- .4 Heed 3b Hanna cf Huntaln c Coleman lb Howan 2b-p 4 4 Meredith If Henfro rf Powers p2b 3 3 3 3 3 3 12 27 14 It II PO A 0025 0010 0010 0051 1 1 13 0 0013 0010 0100 0205 C 2 E 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 30 1 4 24 14 4 Total Two base hits, Powers and Cole- man; double plays, J. U. Lackey to Patrick to S. Rogers; Powers to Row-a- n to Coleman; left on bases, Paint Lick 9; Harrodsburg 2; stolen bases, Powers, Patrick and C. Rogers 2; struck out by Lackey 8; by 'Powers 2; by Howan 3; bases on balls off Powers 1; off Howan 1; passed ball, Hutuin; hit off Powers 0 In 5 innings; off Howan 3 in 2 innings; winning pitcher Lackey; losing pitcher, Powers. Umpires, Jenklnsand Duerson. Time of game 2.10, y A WINS ANOTHER In a rather hard fought game last Saturday, Paint Lick dcfenrVd the Hlue Lick team by a score of 7 ta'5. It was an interesting game as the two team are the leaders intbat see tlon and had met on sevcrnUpccas(ans ( previously, In fact five games hail bowpjilay-e- d by these two teams, wirfi' Paint Lick n winner of three of them. Hlue Lick made her five scores in one Inning. "Red" Heazley was In the box for Paint Lick and pitched a great game. 1- Report of Freedom W. M. S. and Sunbeams The W. M. S. met nt 2:30 P. M. Saturday with eleven members and two visitors present. Each member gave readings. Mrs. Dave Prewitt made a splendid talk on the subject. Mis Jewell Prewitt sang "Wonderful Jesus." Dues collected $1.80. Personal Service Work 13 visits to the sick. Miss Jewell Prewitt will lead the next meeting. Subject "Christ' Mission on Earth." The sunbeams met at Nina school house with 14 members and 3 visitors present. A recitation was given by Hertha Sebastian. Heading 'by Irene Sebastian and Hertha Prewitt. Dues collected 53 cents. A Lookout committee was appointed. Next subject "Talents." Mis Her Prnth-e- r will lead. Go to Sunday School Teeth Perryville Fair Wednesday der The Whitest Character on Earth Therefore all carlou teeth ought to be filled without delay. Any little "gum boil" ought to be reported promptly to the dentist as It means " serious condition at the root of the Such a condition tooth Involved. may easily develop a mixed Infection and may result in various kinds of trouble even death Itself. For Dental Health consult M. K. Denny, Dentist, Central Record Uldg. Home Phone 247. Office Phone 217. Fined for Adultery Pleasant Outing wo-me- war-rant- (It.) Do you want to do your part toward keeping the wheels of the Sunday school running smoothly? If you do, it Is your duty to attend regularly yourself and urge others to do so. The officers nnd teachers cannot make the Sunday School what it ought to be unless the members cooperate with them. The weather is mighty hot nnd most of us have a touch of "Slum-pitis.- " We don't quit business because the weather I hot, let's make going to Sunday School our business. Let's have a "AntMump" campaign and put ourselves on a committee. If we do this we can keep the attendance up to what it ought to be. Sells The Sunday School of The Iincas-te- r Mr. J. T. Price delivered last week Christian School invites you to 34 head of catbe present every Sunday morning at to Center Hrothers, tle weighing 1,229 pounds ,for which o'clock sharp. ten he receiv.ed 7H cents. George D. LOST: Hetween Lancaster and Robinson also sold the same parties Camp Nelson ladles black satin hat. 30 head weighing about 1,100 for Finder please return to Hecord office. the same price. Cattle The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 27 1922. precede the breaking by disking. At this time of the year it is also usually advisable to drag or harrow each day's breaking In order to pulveriie the clods before they dry out. The DRUG STORE soil should be harrowed after rains McROBERTS in order to conserve moisture. It Why Not, also is desirable to harrow whenever! young weeds or grasses appear since It frequently hnppens thnt alfalfa does not thrive In their pres one person Rives of his blood to ence. "If te ground Is to be limed it is another in order to snve the a good plan to put tne material on life of n person who is hovering as soon at the ground it broken so on the borderland of another that subsequent preparation will help world. distribute it through the soli. UnThat is considered praiseless the soil is known to be naturalBay (Ail CuartUeanJ Sat Monty worthy. ly supplied wit hlimc, thi; material Recently n very rich man, should be applied at the rate of three or four tons of ground limestone an seeking a renewal of his youth, Seed-in- ? aero or one-hathis amount of burn submitted to the new method Summer Ill cutttet or seven inches deep and worked down to a well pulveriied, firm condition. It usually is a good plan to SPRAYING KILLS GARDEN INSECTS Application Must Be Made Very I Anyway? Fromptly and Thoroughly to Be Entirely Successful. BORDEAUX MIXTURE Electric I They are IS GOOD GOOD! 10' If Wtather It Rainy or Muggy Sprey Often to Keep Follg Fully Pro. tccttd Efficient Spraytrt Art Expentiv. irrtr.MJ Alfalfa lf Best Done August 10th .to 20th. Under favorable moisture comlU lion?, the summer seeding of alfalfa is belt dene in Kentucky from Au gutt 10 to 20th, according to Geo. Robert, head of the agronomy de partment of te hKentucky AgriculWhen tural Experiment Station. rrcded nt this time of the year, the crop usually follows wheat oatr, rye, early potatoes or any other crop that comes off early. Farmers who expect to seed alfalfa this summer should prepare the ground for it as early as possible, Mr. Roberts nays. "The ground should be broken fix ed Lme. In all parts of the State outside of the central blucgrn region it is desirable to apply from four to five hundred pounds of add phosphate an acre. This may be done any time after the limestone is applied and previous to seeding and should be harrowed into the soil. "Just before seeding, it is a good practice to harrow and roll the ground. The seed should not be covered any deeper than is necessary to get it in contact with moist soil and In no case deeper than one and one-hainche. If :t turns dry after seeding, rolling may help. The subsurface type of roller is best for this purpose. lf Best wij to pay for HOME. Best Inmtmtct fir SURPLUS FUNDS on City Propertyonly. Ask the roan who has payed for his Jhome through the Building and Loan Association $1,000 TO LOAN I Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. . Robinson, President. Miss Sae Sktlbj Mases, Sectj-Trea- s. S circular designed n a hand-- . Fleet Corporation, state that the book for farm boyt and g'rls of the fare reduction will be granted on State who are raising tomatoes as single or round trip ticket to thoie their junior agricultural club project Legion members and the.r families . has juit come off the pres at the who how conclusively that it It their IV Colieir of Agriculture and is ready i intention to be nreent at the New ""T i" , . . r SHC 01 acnievemenis in Uie for free distribution to interested Orleans convention. persons. It was written by A. J. The reduced fare will also prevail reulm of medical and surgical Olney, a member of the college of on the United State liae operating science, and we will neither horticultural department, and con- passenger rvice in the North Atlnn-- 1 laugh nor jeer, tains a detailed discussion of such tic. and on the Mnnon Steamship! t.',. .......: miviiik etll 1. thinir a sthe V...I of nlanti. hot 11 v btI tors m lbmitting to the bed .preparation, care of seedlings, nnd the Ea.t coa.t of South America,, soil preparation, field plintlng ond provided accomodations are avail-- 1 operation as a means of escap- cuiture along with a number or others ble. ing the devil to the last possible of special Interest to tomato growers.; Convention officials believe that (day. the reduced fare will increase the Who knows, anyway? New Orleans American Legion delegations to the convention from1 Fighting Garden Iriccts With members from all parts of the world cities on or near the Atlantic coast rel Pump. ere expected to attend the national and the Gulf of Mixico, as well ai convention In New Orlean next Oc- - from twenty-on- e fc reign countries nprty nny liquid fut'Ckido or liinttl. tober as a reiult of a fifty per cent where Legion posts ure organized. or hmlitiery, tide to veEetntile. often polhie to rrchiinl tre.1. It cuiv the services of n locul trucker or orrhnr)lt who ha n oprajer, but A new J w i I New Circular on Toma - 1"dueUon,nPa,nP7.at"n"ou,nc' cu on vcsicit ox mr i. a. snipping matoes is Ready For Doardletter receive! from W. II. A Keenc, traffic manner of the United Distribution States Shipping Board Emergency ' i of transplantation of glands in an effort to restore his vigor. That was deemed foolish. The daily press of his city seized upon the opportunity to create a sensation, jumped to the conclusion that the trans planted gland was takeu from another person for a consideration, and heralded the operation broadcast. The rich man will bring suits for libel. Foolish editors. Blind millionaire. Instead of leading their readers to a higher piano of citizenship through the publication of news ijnd comment of material value, many editors seem to have an eye single to the sensational side of life, thereby hoping to increase the circulations of their papers. Instead of ignoring the ar ticles in a dignified manner and nl'owing the subject to die out amidst newer and fresher sen sations, some men of great wealth imagine that they can muzzle the press of an entire city through the filing of libel suits. They simply add fuel to the fire, and furnish food for jucier comment. It a man wants to renew his youth and has the money to pay for it, that is his business, and only a meddlesome press will go beyond a legitimate statement of fact. Some day all humanity will . . ultig WpMmni r in L'mtfJ I Atricuitui. To lie suree.nful In ihe control of Inserts ami disease, sprnjtng W'-- t III done inmiitljr mid thoroughly, S r y Inc with Hurt!) nut mixture should b done before rulim rather limn after protlded Hie spmy hn tltn to dry fi the leaves. When ttit udWre l ghen gardeners t "repent spruylng e ery seei ur ten day.' the.e intervals should depend I'll the weiithfr If It I nilny or "muggy." with fog it heavy dew, spnty frequently to lce tin- - follnge protected nt nil tlni-I' dry. n longer time iiimjt N allowed Tin Ideal spray I fine mint, ui the best work I dime when the plant In thoroughly mill evenly covered Willi fine drop. Slop im ln; lefore tin follnge l drenched. Tli,. lilti,r flu. lirniira iIim ICtfr I ''LAN TO USE MORE FERTILIZER thi .pmy. Oemi all sprayers rnrh tttnt lifter I ' . sit. FANS call V v 01-- Bastin Bros. I Kentucky Farmers of Agriculture frem county agricultural ik'rnti In vnriou part of thr State indicate that Kentucky farmer thii year will ue fertilizers, particularly limetone and acid phosphate, more extensively than they I'nr the .mail cnnlen an ntomln r have in the pnit f.-year. Thi In Ihe case of the ,ec,n by soil specialist at the l'nier l It Is an advantage rK(. , m,rk ,trp toward sil im- lme the ...plainer for the liquid provrmrnt in vlrw of thc f,c. lhat 1 nnde of kIb, as lUirdraux inlitun1 when hI "iber n.irrl.1. attack tin Bml I'me'tone and acid pho.phate. ml experiment mm. TheM. nrii)en. cost from M u u,eti on thr &, TS centit. . lmllnr but more durable' fields, repeatedly have demMiftrated and effective sprojer made of bntM their ability to Increaie crop yields .m $t.2.". on practically all types of soil found Itenlly eillrlent sprayem an ex ! jn Kentucky. well nle. but If ., . 1.rnr.il for will. laM nrav,en - ttmvn have made ,.nr. M'"r......t arranRement.- - te Ufe at leas 1.000 lion may oolte this pnlilrm. If tout af limestone th ... fall. mere I. nnmu.nrr.nl purchBM t a spra)er, It I ndvled than 1)0 per cent of which will be that a larrel pump on a hand curt be used in connection with add ecured, or the harrow type, which l County Agent K. W. Seearce a thnuchly enYetlve outfit, rapable says. Applications will be made at of ct vine till pound prr.nure It will th erate of two tons of limestone and 300 pounds of phosphate an acre. It .3 expected that at elast S00 acres ... I ....! 1- .nil! ue iiiiiru ill .L tvuii. lege i Tor deltrnte foliage, spray nfter till gets under shnde. Hot sunlight I dangerous with ninny sprays, such kerosene etnulMon. Spraying and Ousting AppHancts. Tie tnuhninU recommended heielti may he npplled In vnrtous ways. iicpons ucing rcee.veu ni jnr nl. I I . i . ..-- ,,.-,,- . phoi-phat- e, 1 In llrnlrrs.in county, farmers have to pool their r drrs fur stone in order to Increase its use in hte county, according to County Agent I). W. .Martin, while 400 tens of stane already have been crushed in Lincoln county and plans made for the crusher te work in four other communities during the summer and fall, C. II. Kitten, county agent, tays. Contracts have been made fer the crushing of 700 ism of llmestene in Larue county, according te County Agent J. YV. Jones, who aJded that intrrnt in the use of Umrtone ami Its value in increasing crep yields I growing in that county. Farmer in ene community of Oldham county have made arrangements fer a carload of ttone which will be uied n wheat nnd clover demenvtratMm te be conducted on IS different farm, County Agent Gordon II. Nance says. A number of Union ceunty farmers are obtaining good results by uing limestone, County Agent I. C. Urewer says. One of them, S V. Illue, who lives near Morganfield, is planning to use two carloads each year on his farm for thr next five made arrangement jrari. W. O. RIGNEY W B, UlCKhRSON W. O. RIGNEV Oftice Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence I'lunie 3.1 Lancaster, Kentucky. Pimples Keep Young Men Down! Mak How 1 ATTENTION ft I FOBD OWNERS. ! I I LOOK AT THESE PRICES 1:1 . no one should from his enrdeu when mi nlowMzer may I purctKt'ed for M ivnl or eeu pre-ti-ctl- les. Odd Musical Inttrumtnts. Puztling Lsngusge. Tlie Swiss make muss- - on an oi. "Ves," sdld the lady who had once bmi robbed of HM"I wortli of Jew- born; the I'ol)ii)wian um-- s a larga sea els, "I U.IU- - u nleee that's niarcird to he. Itee.lt, grass stela, hollow a vice eoMtit. They sey the V ain't boms, and even Mat pieces of wood, sounded, bnt I nlwaj forget and put whirled round the head at the end n edtieuted they of a length of emrd. It In. Where I rvlde tha learned im to sosmd oturytblug nxeepi music for whl' h man's soul rrae In Other puit irf the H'otld. In Jwwrfry." the 'f I Tb7 Eruption! Positively. rimplti ana skin eruptions Iiato a puilue. for trice. you lay plmpta everyyour on bUck'tieail nn.l tier. lltnplm prvtluro prr)ullco nj prevrnt Vuur tent may t folJ, prosixrlty. R. B. B. Wilt S.S.S. Stop Women. Too, m Skin PuuUI We Have Other Makes Just as Cheap A of lh (!) plf JS . rruililQKIogjp IlM Too (!) (!) ' C) I i I'- ll OLDFIELD TIRES 30x3. . . $6.50 30x3 $7.50 CHAIN TREAD, UNITED STATES 30x3 30x3A . $9.45 $11.70 GOOD RICH 30x3 . $8.75 30x3 A $10.75 FIRESTONE CORD 30x3A $12.00 RED TOP FISK 30x3A 30x3 $12.00 $15.00 Got yours while getting is good. I I 1 : i I! Becker & Ballard RBVl MTClfll I V VPWTITPUV j l.ul who rants tu klu eruntlnnif iiinpiy men uon i imik iiks ma own ra of anythlnir. limply women, too, ara pussies, with no prospect nut no powrr. Younf men and women, here's Ihe loaltlve way ouL I'liyslca an-purgatives will all. What you need It a sclentiria H. H. H. Is one of tha moat powerful destroyera cif tlooj Impurities. Yuu can provu Oil In a short lime. H. H. H. has txen on by a Jury of millions of Po-pl- e Just Ilka yourself. It la consMrred one of lli inot IKiwerful VexeUblo and (Iceh'bulUera la existence. Thst'a why you hear of so many umlerwtlcht Iwopla putting; on In a hurry, why you hear of ft lost tnany rheumatics being- - freed from this course, with 8. H. K. Ulsrt to.lay with H. H. H. boJ aeo your face clear ant sour skin ret ruilJIer. your flesh firmer. It will five you a boost In your carter. H. H. H. Is sold at all Uruc stores. In two sliea. Tha Urger also Is ititt uura ccououilcai, "S. S. S. is for sale at McKobertt Druj: Store." r. l"rJ flh tiiuy t o senken frow n mublln Iwg Ui to a otlek, or vnrltHi' form of ddticr. bellows or bJouer limy be bought. iipplliil wIim Iry ittden ure the lenv- - are wet with dew. Mechanical Methods. For cnnlen Inserts there are evenil roiitrol methiHl that do not require hut !' mill h the I1M of must not bo eXHH'tod from them. Of I !. hntid plrklug I uwful for large mirii n rompnmmeiy iimeine iim-eithe H.tt beetle, ctltwomi mid other; ,...U..n-r- t, .o,..i, i... v.. .i .i... other method I lurrim.- - or benllnc In herts from low pldtita Into large Kit. of wnter on wbkh i thin irum of kerosene being on the urfnre. kills the In MHts with which It eotne In routiict Coileliig net lire valunble for some for esniiitli, Ihe t iirnllicl plant bug. r.nihlhg by dllTerent uicbii ' used lo ii ronlilerahle extent mid In bentllig or brilKhlng from the plant with pine bnuuti or similar brush. Hd inethixl hu provel the of grent vnlue In npht. Covering with cloth I of ue im n preventive fur tlie trlMl cucum are ber U'etle when the quite small, nnd for Tniplng by dirfen-n- t mclhcxl wild old boiinl Is ueful for squnsli bug' l'olsoned bull imiy mid cutworm, be placed iiinler such Irnp. I'lowliig disking and harrowing nil ran be dime by buiiil nnd are of coiuldernble sen b-'. . IliM-el- s 'Ilie p4inden Hspplnstt. almost rat I My the Usdltld. mtl'n fault If he ko hai i'jr. for hap-dlli n cast of mind. One of Ihe rreHtoot of all "There hI or bad" In h nolhlng I'ltbcr thin world '1xit think I n inakt-i- t It so.' HiipplHes recede not In the iMr even In the UUI IiomIUi, but In our tneiital Mtt'lude l our sur rounding, slid In e with our lot. Wouniiot (I'IIk-I- . our ni- -, "" ' "i I'U own s. nl i;. 'II for It H Tha Beit If I m: ,,,' ' '" " r"ll'. lndd lilui wldi-v)e-d, ahiwld hope. Mailer hoe his cwdc for such a pur-- l be she had the child like It I In the h.mr before or mind. after bedtime that J will tip.) uur rrille tniHi reieptho. Von liino n Mm lli. o u first night nu l. nee. ami hi i,n- - whir h.ileind Iheiir will l e Mi,r ln- -t np bitj.e-.- v. M. Let") i. tbi- - Yule Iteutw wife n ilrawatUt I would tell the 4ot of my Jn) o child under nli.e jenrs il. If his Interest watered, 1 would despair; If I could Ttit ef a Play. sre SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of llfo in cow furtablu circumttances should begin to save new. The approved modern metho.1 of saving It n KiWrigi account in the home bank. This bank invite young men and young women to Join it fant of saving depositors. One dollar opent n savings uccount, and nny tutu may be depotitcd thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Ice. Ca.hier. Cocktrelt a By Product. Ttie cockirel on most gvnorHl fsrni' of pulle t pr ore really the o'uetlon and should In1 finished uut fo. Biurkvt bi rapidly at possible. Copflol $50,000. Honor Roll Dunk Surplus $50,000. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 27, 1922 The Diver's Sacrifice Br HUBERT RAY Famand Home News From Over Kentucky Two hundred farm boys and girl from Christian and Todd counties recently attended the Junior agriculC.prHthl. IMI. WtsUra falun tural club camp held for them at "Linn, icrt below nt once I Selubria by the College of Agricult He liurt himself somehow ture extension divitioion. County lytuil. Hurry signalled, nml may t Agent I. C. Graddy says. on wlih j our suit, 1111111!" Indications aro that Crittenden It wa nil In tlix lir' work In j county farmers will use increased l.lnti. Hh rot ipilckly Into III dler amounts if limestone this full tn nml the till, adjusted Urn Imrtie improv.ng their soils, County Agent WE NOW iiiygcti mask, mul Willi lowered lilt i YOU SAVING MONEY ON men relieved John R. Spencer say. Two carload the depth. The t the wreck each other In working i recently were ordered In one week MEN'S AND BOYS' REMAINING DAYS IN JULY. of the Kartowlti, by ditTerent farmers. NomtheleM, llicrv win time for nn Definite plans in connection with IN MAN AND BOYS A laflitttjr 't llmiwiit t ltah through the "Better County Achievement Ami they revnlve.1, a head. Mini' gampaign," which Jackson county they nlwnj did. around Annette. Ill ha entered, recently wterc qut under litlile of li month. Leeon and he way when more thau 3,000 Interested HIi for Annette. had hern rival hut a persons gathered at McKee in a comlimt tieeis engaged to Suits sold $30. Suits sold $25. ipiurret hnil supervened, on.l I.lim Imd meeting, County CD munity nrpped In ami won her u thn Agent W.R.Reynoldt says. Ministers, CD REDUCED TO REDUCED TO lawyers, farmers, junior agricultural m That mm li month ago, nml Mnn club members and other persons of a lore-- 1 had learned the tragedy of a varying tnterestsmet ;n separate IT 3 In tuarrtnfe. llnrdly a wurtt had as sessions to perfect plans whereby letweeti them- - hut Annrttn laed m they miht help carry the campaign 9 hail (one ahout her ilully ililtle growPI 3 ln thinner nml quieter. Ami l.lnn hml forwarl In the country. wondered. Henderson county farmers and (,'ntll that nioriiliK a werk hefure. 'ruit growers are planning to make hail hml It out tmtether m uhen they sold Suits tn $35. Suits sold an elab-rat$20. fruit display at thecom-tn- g "Yen. I lote him." Annette hail until. a. D Ket tucky State Fair, according - shall alwnj lotn him. Hut I will o' REDUCED to Coun'.y Agent D. W. Martin, who REDUCED TO ea Mir a I live, ami he true to you a has been appointed to take charge I shall never ee htm again." if the exhibit. Many individual l.lnn hml tunieil away, stupefied hy fruit growers and farmers are exthe tragedy. He loved Annette with to all thn duvotlnn of a man of hi tjp pected to enter fruit In the exhibit, how methodical, Hlow, tenaclou. he said. Annette' elder, Could he, fifteen )ears J. W. Lile, a farmer living In the hoi to win the heart that he hnil Clarksoti community of Grayson prices will hold good glrrn to !.ren, in the county, : succeeding In demonstraI let nee n the two men, there huil ting the value of limestone and acid Kach goods hern no change In attitude on the way we have room to stock phosphate in increasing wheat yield knew, and each continued to reect to farmers in that section. County the other. Vet Mini often wondered the new Goods. Agent H W. Scearce 'says. Last whether In.in had the mime lnatie year he obtained good results by delr to kill that he had. alde, Well he put tlKKe thought using these two materials on hi See our bargnln table of House of Qualitj on hi feet, and. with the weight wheat and this year Is planning to was lowereil down through the dim use mor" limestone. Ladies Slippers $1.00 depths to the shadowy hulk of the Lancaster, Ky. Orchard demonstrations being conwreckul Karlowll. Now he km on ducted by Livingston county farmers the ocean (Hue. nml worklne otKitit who are with the 'Colthe wreck, looking for l.ee.n, lege of Agriculture extension diviHti found htm In the hulk. Ivln tipon hi lde. He tonil and pushed sion are proving to be the means of llallly him. l.eion did not itlr i showing many fanners in that section of East I.ancn'.nr. MAKKSBURY NEWS Linn ciamlned l.rrn'a oxygen mak. lo'a Brown, Kmily and Wil- of the State the value of proper Mtset There wa nothing the matter with M. K, Denny, or'Latest Happening; From Garrard's West End Capitol ord Building, Dentist, Central Rec lie Mae Bourne and Mae Belle Sut- spraying and fertilization in thesays. It. Th cord wn not twitted, chard, County Agent L. C. Pace It. ton, were tile attract. ve week-enlmcater. Then tn the kIikiiu he perceived a I Field meetings recently were held In (Hy MIm Maym - l.ce Ballard) Mrs. Wood has been ill with ap guests of Mrs. Mote Pollard. hadowy monster like an enormou crah squatting over the phut rate man. pendicitis for the past few days. Mr. Iver Poynter and family, Mrs, three of the orchanl to point out some striking results being obtained And a hiik'e tentacle lnt out. M. K. Denny, Dentist. Central Kec other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hoemele Thompson, Bob Naylor and Miss Annie Blanks In an lntant l.lnn knew. l.een ord lluilding, Iincaster. It. Mr. Alonzo Shcrrow, who was of Missouri, are expected home soon. motored to Crab Orchard Sunday for by recommended practices. had leeii oetied hy an octopus, one of The use of limestone for soil imoperated on a few days ago at the Mr. Ilussell P. Brown wa in Mr. Forest Curtis anJ family at- the day returning via Stanford. tha 1nt sulils that Infected thoae provement is on the increase In CalBoyle county ho.pital. is getting tended meeting Monday on busines.. waters. It wa of unhellevahlo alie, Mrs. Ruby Henderson has returned loway county, County Agent Buckeye Sunday. at J. B. and the eight arm nm and fell In Mis Jane Howling- and Mrs. G. C. along; very nicely. Mr. Culton Isom, who ha been visi- from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Gardner says. More than 27 farmrippling In the water. Itose were In Stanford Sunday. wary outline. Mr. and Mr. C. M. Dean, Misses ting his parents, returned to Pana- Mrs. Denny Scott, of Nicholasville, ers have used the material since the Linn, overcome with horror. hetta-tsand her sister, Mrs. Teater, of Han first of the year, a total of Ave carMr Paul Sutton hat been visiting Margaret and Katherine Dean, Mr. ma Canal Sunday. Tlien he art only an lntnnt spent loads having been applied. In addiMrs. Kliza Aldridge has been the ley. hla feet agalnt the rotting ttmher and hit sister, Mrs. Hubert Hutchinson, and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr., Thursday in Lexington. Mr. Gene Thompson, who is teach tion, two carloads of rock phosphate trove with all hi force to detach in lloyle. guest of Mrs. Ham Aldridge, near teeon. ing school on Bright Bend, has not have been used In the soil improveMrs. A. T. Soctt, Jr., and Miss Mr. W. C. Hose and mother, Mrs. Lancaster for the past week. lis might aa well have tried to tear May me Ballard were in Danville Jane M. Hose and Mr. I.awrence Mesdamcs Ann Swope, and Hoht. been able to fill the appointment for ment movement. The apart a houlder of granite. More than 2,000 acres of corn and Saturday. Itoie, of New Albany, Ind., spent Clark spent Tuesday with Mrs. Mote several days on account of an attack octopus had It victim favt. l.lnti saw of sciatica. soybeans seeded together for hogging Misses Hessie l.ee and Ida Pearl Tuesday in Lexington. on ettlier aide Pollard and Miss Kugenia Pollard. the little, vlclou ere Mr. Green Kites, Misses Dean Hun otT purposes have been grown this of the parrot heak. ready to tear the Tester, of Crab Orchard, are visiting During this season Mrs. Iver Poyn-te- r The Bryantsville base ball team Utah from tha unconarluua man. Mrs. Tom Hicks. ter and Kvalee Merriman went to year by Nelson county farmers, will play a double header with the and Miss Annie Blanks have gathCounty Horror overcame htm; and then of Mr. K. J. Brown, of Stanford, Arlington Hustlers, at Lexington, ered and sold $03 worth of black- Wilmore Sunday fur the day to at acreage Agents C. L. Hill says. The which represents a remarkaudilen I .in n mw tne only nope ror tend camp meeting, which is in pro has been a recent KUest of Mr. and next Sunday afternoon. berries. l,eeou. There wn no other way, and able increase over former years, is gress at that place. It required alt the determination of Mrs. Itu.ell P. Brown. There is little or no change in the returned Mr. Raymond King ha. well distributed over the county thus which ha wa capable In order to take Mrs. Krnest Gosney was taken to making it possible for a targe number Mm. W, H. Cunningham, Mr. I.es. to his home at Cement, Calif., after condition of Mr. Jno. Sutton, who Annette", Bake. that path for ley Hruncr and Ml Kllra Ison were spending several days here, having hat been confined to his room with Danville instead of Lancaster as was of farmers to see the value of the of tht Aa nna of the tentacle stated last week, for a slight oper combination, Mr. Hill said. been called to the bedside of his a sore foot. It victim In Danville Wednesday. octopus was raised M:ss Annie Blanks, Mrs. Win. ation. We are glad to say Mrs. Gos- Motion pictures are to have a part (.Inn ateptd In between and placvd Miss Jane Howling has returned brother, Mr. Howard King, who has Blanks and Mrs. Ann Swope spent ney is doing nicely and will be in bringing a message of better agrihis thigh hvtieath tho uiotitrou pro- home after a mott plrasant visit with been so critically ill. trusion. And he felt th octopuVa Wednesday with Miss Fannie Sutton, brought home in a few- days. cultural and home practices to Union friends at Kleminnhurjr. This is the month to return your tucker c!oe upon It. county farmers and their wives, Mrs. B. C. Hose was host Friday assessment. Kvery property owner A second tentacle was raised. Unn County Agent L. C. Brewer says. placed hla other leg leiieiitti It. Two nt an elegant noon-dadinner for a and male citlien 'Jt years of age, in The farmers' organization of the come Garrard county is requested to suckers now grasped him six held number of her relatives. rtounty in with Mr. to my olTice and give me their Ieson. Two sucker could tie torn Brewer has made arrangements for Mis Madge Brow nine anil brother, awny rven threo, ho thought, a the A. T. Scolt, Tax Com. the purchase of a motion picture of Williamsburg, have been vWitinfc third gripped his waist. Mrs. Kmest Gostiey, who was opermachine which will be used to show lie had uiiMrapix-- the weight from Mr. and Mrs. Joel Marsee. ated on last week at the Boyle counfilms furnished by the College of t.eeoa' feet and choen hi position Mrs. Sam Saddler, of Atlanta, fia., ty hospital, is reported as getting Agriculture at Lexington. by the time the fourth aucker held When the tlfth ia spcndini; several week with Mr. along splendidly. Her many friend htm by thu shoulder. Keep everlastingly after it, but get was nlml l.lnn lnteriioel hi right and Mrs. Charley D. Dunn. are very much pleased to hear this, Scaled bids will be received at my office from now until it in a way the Judge won't condemn. itrm. Only three suckera held I.e Dr. Samuel J. Hose, of Winchester, and are wishing for her a speedy re son now. ONE O'CLOCK P. M. t recently a visit to his covery. . The sixth descended round l.ltin's wn hereMrs. Jane for Hose. Hens M. Several of the members of the hnrnes. The ,oventh bouml hi fUht mother, MUST PAY THE PENALTY Thn eighth holered urm to hi liixly Miwr. J. II. Kdwnnls, J. Hogan Beard of Commerce, of Lancaster, In the air. Itut l.lnn' right hand Ballard and Hev, A. P. Jones were were here Thursday night in the In Does your hen loaf on the Job? wn fre free enough to enablo htm in Louisville Thursday on business. terost of that organization. Short Is she eating nil your feed and giving to pull the signalling cord and to give talk were made by Messrs. G. 11. l.cv.ii Jut the llttttt puti that vvn Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., entertained I. for luuilinjr the school wagons of the Huena Vista Consolidated no returns? Miss Joyce Syler, Home required to freo him from the timber ii number of relative. at n very ile- - Swinebroad, W. A. Karnnu, H. Demonstration Agent, with Mr. J. R. Clktn, Dr. Virgil Kiunaird, Hussell of the KarloultK tiKhtful one o'clock dinner Sunday. School for the present school year. Ilids will not be received Smith, of the College of Agriculture, P, Brown and C. C. Becker. Ixnly tloat slowl.lnn anw is going to conduct n series of culling Miss Virginia Tinsler, of Cleveland, ly upward. He hrenthrd n vnt stgh Dr. and .Mrs. H. C. Hose were for more than $10.00 per school month and for a term of only demonstrations in Garrard county of rellof. l.eeon would live. There Ohio, came Thursday for nn extend August 10 and 11th only means wua oxygen eiioiigh ultliln the nlr oil stay with Mrs. J, Hogan Ballard. hosts Wednesday evening at a most seven months. delightful course dinner, honoring a whereby the farmer can keep his (lock musk to maintain Id life till he wn Hicks and number of their friends. For the oc Mr. and Mr. Tom at the atirfiice. All contractors will be required to furnish their own teams up to a high standard Tho eighth sucker gripped his right daughter, were the guests Sunday of casion the home was made very atat these demonstrations, Mr. Smith ami. And, hound In the struligltlig Mrs. Lent Tenter, at Crab Orchard. tractive with summer flowers. The and harness and responsible white driver. The Board of Edu- will show the characteristics of tha coll, l.lnn. behind hi musk, laughed hen; and also Mm. W. H. Wyhe, of Madison, table was beautiful in its appoint- cation reserves the right to reject any or all bids and when tho laying and Into that hcnkcil embodiment of evil give direction for feeding for high came Thursday for a several days ments. A lovely basket of yellow Hint confronted him. Wylie and flowers were used for the center- contract for any wagon is awarded, there must not be any sub- vgg productions. It Is hoped that Hlio.la "It was for you, Auiicttol" he stay with Mr. piece and the color scheme of yellow nil poultry raisers will plan to attend family. thought and that Mil tho last llriughl contracting without the approval of the Hoard of Education. mid white wus artistically carried out these meetings. On account of the that cnum to liltii, Mrs. II. P. Swopv and Miss Chris, The Hoard of Education also proposes to run a school truck large Poultry Club at Paint Lick, we were din- in the delicious menu that was served. tine Swojie, of Ijncnter, Beside the honor guests, Mr. and are arranging for three in that secner guests Tuesday of Mr. H. K. Mrs. Mac Htr Ambition. Wilkin., of Shelby, .V. C. on the Polly's Hend and Huena Vista Iloute, just as It has done tion, and two In sections where the "Do )ou know tho umblthm of in; Swope, Covers were laid for the following: llfu today'" uskeil a tapper of hvr esThe contractor must furnish the truck demonstrations were isnot held last Mr. Logan Christopher, of Somer-ac- t, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, Mr. for the past two years. year. The schedule as follows: cort. Dougherty, of and Mrs. Ilussell P. Brown, Misses and Mrs. Delia "If any," tho mail remarked. Th August 10th Mrs. Tom Ray's driver, repairs and all running expenses for same and no conLexington, were gueita of Miss Kllia Marilee and Nancy Thomas Lear, uf Dapper Ignored the Insinuation. home, near Sycamore school house at "It Is to Ih hlastf enough, aophtstl-cate- Ison last week.a Lancaster, and Mr. Lawrence Itose, tract will be awarded for more than $75.00 per school month. ten o'clock. Aug. 11th Mrs. Jesse enough, to rldu all over New Mrs. K. H. Ballard, Miss Mayme of New Albany, Ind., Mr. and Mr. Gulley', on Lexington pike, at 2:30 York city lu tin tuxl rend- Lee Ballard and Mr. Karl Wylie were T. ! Wall and daughter, Margaret Contract will be awarded under same regulations as for wagons. oclock. Aug. 1 1th Mrs. Sam Hening a U0Hipuper.M h ctmUiiuod. dinner guests at Crab Orchard ml Miss Josephine Chlnn, of Ports derson's, at Lowell, 0:00 o'clock. "Oh. to be so llttln IntVrestml lo mouth, Ohio, also Mrs. William Lear, Aug. Uth Mrs. Fred Hall's, Paint what' going on I Just to be able to Springs Sunday. Hose, of New At of Lancaster, were among those Mr. took bori-- enough atuldst nil the niir. R. Lick, at 10:30. Aug. 11 Mrs. John row escape of crowded Broadway lo bnny, IniL, came Monday to spend who were so delightfully entertained Wynn's. White Lick pike, at 2:00 alt them calmly perusing my papsr la several days with Mr. W. C. Kose and by Mrs. B. C. Hose Friday. GARRARD COUNTY SCHOOLS. o'clock. N....f lin MONET Saving SALE THE OPPORTUNITY OF OFFER SUITS FOR THE SUIT THIS STORE AT SUBSTANTIAL for to that EVERY that for $23.75 o ft 2 x c o5 o $19.75 that for TO r c n I that for e $28.75 0) H $15.75 These Clearance ere j and for remaining days and want clear our Fall for July. Fall Jas. W. Smith BRYANTSVILLE d i Cln-cinn- d fm y NOTICE ' Loafing August 7th, " 1922 Ien'a egg-layin- g non-layin- g d opm-bucke- d JAS. ABNER, Supt, lajir-l'ltUbu- rgB fJlsfwtea. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 27 1922. PAINT LICK Mr. II. L. Francis is in Cincinnati, for a few days. Mr. A. V. Huyler is the guest of Mr. Wooiii Walker. M. K. Denny. Dentist, Central Itcc It. onl ltulldlng, Lancaster. MIm Shirley Denny, of Lancaitcr, l the guest of MIm Diana Wood. Mr. Lrn I.etlferil ha been ill for n few day hut ii bettor at th'.a writ-Inj- r. Mrs. Liwte CnMco i keeping houie for Dr. Smith In the nbienec of Mr. BIG Smith. tn, Mil I U. M. Uurgc. Mlnerrn Spurlk, of Le.xlng- the gueit of her ltcr, Mrs.i Rev. Hughion filled his regular np-- I polntmcnt at MU Tabor Sunday; morning and evening. Champ, of Typo, is Mr. Alfred here for a visit with hl pnrnt?, Mr. and Mm. Ja. Champ. Mn. F. 11. Smith left Monday for several week visit with relat.ve in Oklahoma .and RID Beginning Miouri. Mr. 0. S. Brook, Hoadmastcr of St. LouU Terminal, has been vis.ting Friday, July 28 J. H, RALSTON this community. been Miss Eliiabeth Walker ha visiting Ml Eliiabeth Fox. in friend In Dan-vlll- Paint Lick, Ky. 1 Beginning DRESS SHOES exercise the crowd composed of M liars June unit Sarah Coodloe, Marie Minnie Arnold, Ilurman Estridgr, Nelson ami Ilunletta llamiey, Diana Wood,, Nancy Guyn and Master Andrew Guyn repaired to the houe were where delightful refrement A mot enjoyable afternoon served w.j had by all prrsent. Loafer Hens Are Forward ' Doom-'- , ed as Culling Goes With n the next few wcrka the an- al fall culling of poultry flock be n full swing n practically all wi part of the State, poultrymen at the College of Agriculture say. 'the end of the season in early one-thirIlr-for- Octo-- 1 Friday, July 28 e. Jar. Rogers are over the arrival of a daughter, who ha been christened Mildred. Ballard has reMiss Anna Bell turned to her home nt Lancaster after a vlit to her sister, Mrs. J. G. Mr. and Mm. Davis. Big Price Eeductions on Entire Line, of Merchandise MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN We have a full line of Shoes and Oxfords for you at these low prices. LADIES DRESS SHOES AND OXFORDS Harold Botner, of Havena, hns returned home after spending several days with his grandfather, Mr. J. D. Burchell. Mr. G. C. Cox and little daughter, of Richmond, are here for a visit to r,1fit!vp. Lucille Davis wa In Lancaster the first of the week the guests of her aunt, Miss Anna Bell Ballard. Mis F. White, of Nicholasville, arrived this week to be with his Mr. SHOES AND OXFORDS Values up to Sti.OO, Sale Price .$3.95 Values up to 8.00 Snle Price $2.50 Values up to $4.f0 Sale Price Values up to $3..r0 Sale Price $2.25 $1.95 BOYS' TAILORED SUITS $8. 0 SSl.ftO J. daughter and attend the Berea Fair. Misses Jane and Sarah Goodloe, of White Station, were guests of Miss Marie Arnold the past week and attended Chautauqua. Mr. W. B. Elder was in Taint Lick the latter part of last week mingling with old friends. .Mr. and Mrs. fclder ti.nf.li in T.nn. tHn rnmint trnl- i MEN'S WORK SHOES values, now values, now $6.95 $2.75 Values up to SG.50 Sale Price d of the ber approximately ue m llion hens in the State will Jot the leafing clai that culling Ii designed to eliminate. This ratlc i based on the result af culling camhave been conducted in paign KentUiky in previous yer. A n former year,, an intentlve campaign again will be conducted nga nit the.? low producing hen In a.l parta of the State this year. Dcnonstrations by county agricultural agent and (xNiltry specialist from te college to show fanner how tn recogn.re the loafing hem will comprise the major part of the move-meThese demonstration! will be p'anne I to include hi many dittricta of the State a spulh!e and it la expected that the majority of farmer W!1! be taught the culHng method before the ieaon closn Farmeri who attended the Aisoda-t.oIn various parta of te State will n turn cull their own flocks and In some caies now their neighbors how the work la done. Kgg production rcrord alio will lie kept on the var- Jt !lo.. fur a week before and after lulling in order to ahow that the hen which were eliminated were laying few if any eggs. Kc year culling prove, to be a pepuar movement with farmers and pou'try raisers. The fact that one-htr- d of the hens in the- (lock can be culled out and sold far faih without re lucing the number of egg obtained from tv (lock together with the fact a c nu lerable feed l savrd for ng Hens appeal to Ue. poultry owner who is aUetnpting to make he most profit from his busi-ne- s, 't n' nt $2.19 Children Wash Suits at 79cti. MEN'S WORK PANTS $1.39 $1.75 Value at ' l, t rerybl)- few Save nil of th strike! fun? Why let a .Mrs. L. II. Davis hail as her guests) Sunday Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Boggsi and son. Robt. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wager and children and Mr. Boyd Wagers, all of Richmond. Mrs. J. F. White, who has been spending several day with her daugh-- ) ter, .Mrs. It. U. wood anil attending unnuiauqua, relumed 10 ner nome ai Nicholasville Saturday. WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF THESE FINE WOOL COATS. $15.00 VALUES, SALE PRICE $7.50 $10.00 VALUES, SALE PRICE j Rain Coats 9cU. L. ZOcts. . Simply an Outrage ( j i.pgrcman l.angley, f the Tenth m I. u svillc ' 'over the telephons" jfr"m Washington that he has prepar- jKtntjky district, informs his frienda er ! n hit' treating a Third iju1. .a. district tn Keaiueky, ami at (rue 'iir announcement is made at Krajikr.rt that the plum, if created, g t.. (Ji.v. Kdwin V. Morrow. Th' simply outrageous. There not a lawyer m Koalueky whu does. t,..t kr.i.w that there i Hot enough w 1 i $G.OO MEN'S SOCKS 15c value have been requeued to announce that Mrs. W. R. Patrick has been appointed Registrar for I'aint Lick on the Garrard stde and Dr. F. II. Smith on the Madiion. .Mr. Wm. Ralston, our enterprising vounc merchant, of the firm of Loirs. don arid Co.. left this week for De- -' troit. It is surmised that he has either gone to get married or join the. "Southern Chautauqua Service." This is the month to return your assessment. Every property owner and male citizen -- 1 year of age, ;n Garrurd county is requested to come to my office and give me their asA. T. Scott, Tax Com. sessment. Mrs. R. G. Woods had a spend the day party on last Friday. Those present who enjoyed Mrs. Woods' hospitality were, Mctdames Henry White, J. S. llosley ,Geo. Goodloe, of Richmond, J. F. White, of Nicholas-- 1 ville and Misses Margaret Smith and ' Bessie Miller, of Richmond. i Chautauqua closed here last Fr. .day night and was very much enjoy ed by all who attended. The guaran-- l tors were well pleased with the re-- ! turns mid there will be a neat sum! to go to the school as all uver the! amount to be raised was to go to this worthy cause. We arc glad to state! this Chautauqua will be back again next year. We I 9oc value 50c value III $1.25 value 39ct.Silk LADIES HOSIERY H 50c values, now $2.00 values, now 39cts. .$1.39 9cts. 95cts.Cotton Hose, per pair GINGHAMS ISc values at 22c values at IN 12c32 ALL l-- 2c GRADES -- We are offering you these Ginghams at less than market price. values at 27Ac 17Jci75c values at . 55c All Piece Goods at Reduced Prices MEN'S WORK SHIRTS $1.00 values at 89cts. 89cts. MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR $1.00 values at Mens Fine Tailored Suits $30.00 values, Sale Price $22.50 $17.50 values, Sale Price ONE-HAL- F The I'aint Lick I'oultry Club will have Mr. Smith, of Lexington, In1 I'aint Lick to demonstrate poultry culling on Aug. 11th. First demonstration vl be at Mr. Sam Hender j son's at 9:00 A. M. and from there: they will go to Mrs. Fred Hall's at 10:30 A. M., then to Mrs. J. I). Wyim' in the afternoon at 1! I M. , Everyone is Invited to attend the demonstrations also to become a) memter of our club. MIm Nancy Guyn entertained with a swimming party Thursday in honor of Miss Marie Arnold's guests, M!ses Jane and Sara Goodloe, of Whites Station. After the swimming $11.75 A LOT OF SHOES AT COST PRICE . J. H. RALSTON PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Federal court business i Kentucky o keep the two jHdgra we now have u One Federal Judge, working lawyers or merchant as Im or f.'nurs or newspaper men have to ul I han. lie the Kentucky bllslncM, I handle it well. Hut we have wi! iera! dietrcts ih the State and ' .udgea That situation may not l't thangeli it is working, en Ue wh.V sat isfar tartly. The perile wi I be lontcnt to support the two urts but to create a tMrd court provide a f,w Jobs for '!"i v .mdfui of .nruraMo iKinters J d (Irgrmle the Fmloral Judiciary n tne estimatKin of the people of l nturky. matter of fact the repute of mrrican courts, including our Fel-ir.- il ciurta, i sinking fait. Why? r r the ample reason that Jutlgc-Ci'-pi ti.ni- been us and are bolng uel political spoil. Two men clfer for one court. That court may-nbe needed, but only one of the nun can get It. He geta It, and t'.rn the upoiNmnt proceed to create another u.i'li'M court in order t e a salary for another Job hunter. Si far s Coventor Morrow it con-in- " I, w e do not see why he cail-ii'- -t wait tint. I miiiio vacanoy I create.! before he gos after nil other oHice The (Governor m Hiost however, in tracking olTlce. And that is, mi doubt, the chief 'i for the failure of hi udinln.i-tra'.i- n From the day he assuwud true at Frankfort the Governor ha been tasting Ins ytf ubsut for another office. We hope thm bill will not It rliiini.t ,.!t.il.li. .. .. - . ...i.i ine niinuui .i sup port oi we Kentucky .Senators, and the people will hold them responsible if they assut In turning the Federal Judinury into a pie counter. For the people of Kentucky the incident should roiiiu us a Hash of light in a dark night. Surely we could have no atronger proof than this affords of the advisability of succeeding Mr. Morrow by a Coventor who doe not want and will not take another office Louisville. I'ost. i- - t) pro-Md- pre-fist- ren-S"- k. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 27, 922 1 I.arur county farmer are howing lively interest in t poiilbllitiei of improving their toil by meant of lime, stone, County Agent J. V. J jnr says. Interested peron in the Ton ieville section have marie arrangement to have a total of TOO tons of limestone rock crashed while farmer in other sections of the eounty also are giving increased attention to the use of lime. One hundred of the 700 ton wj contracted for after the crusher began work. Mnny if the 300 Kentucky farm hoys and girl who attended the recent second annual "Junior Week" held at the College of Agriculture at Lexington experienced their first real thrill .n making the. trip and taking part in the frstiritie of the week. Daviess county ent one girl and two boy to the event who had never rid den on n train previous to their trip to Lexington. Another girl from the me county had never ridden more Uwin ten mile on a iteam line before. Daviess county farm boy and girl who are member of the Newman Junior Agricultural club have launch ed n campaign to beautify the lawn in their distr.ct, according to County Agent J K. McClure. Prize will be offered for the lawn which show the greatest and most eVonomical Improvement by next June. Cream grading methods are being presented to Calloway county farm er in order to help them reduce the moderate cost of When "Big and Cheap" lone wh.ch they utfer each year Calumet combined with can of baking powder is from poor quality cream. County Agent J. II. Gardner say Interestoffered you LOOK OUT. highest merit estabed personj in the vicinity of the Mur lishes ray cream station recently were adof dressed by J. O. Harkman dairy spebakingpowdereconomy. cialist from the College of AgriculEvery can Calumet is ture at Lexington, who pointed out in same keeping Qualhi talk on grading that Kentucky farmers last year lot more than $50,. ity Perfect last spoonYou save when you buy it' 000 on cream tat went to market in You save when you use it. poor condition. EST BY TEST Five scrub bulls will be eliminated from C.i'iipbell county dairy erds as a result of the recent organization pure bred Jersey of a sire association in that county, aci i Cttting Wrena Numbers. cording to County Agent 11. F. Link. Badly Shjhtn. HI PrtNrtnct. IViwdnry "Pwititr who rail ii nn (reudlng paper) "Just The organization is made up of 25 fihi' (nt the rmrty) "I ilnrj't think ' Uiil.liy th telephone nrv not th only nnw the romwnln of jour crew like H'lnk, nn earthquake In destroyed farmer who own about ISO cows. newtio get th Wrxlng" lie "I'm ufralil not lie tnM ' the entire tuwn of I1xtkiu)klsky In In addition, the county has a cownmit numlM-rl tlu me he'd tooner steer elcht men thnn ' ''"latitl." Wife "Vui It ander "Who an II "A st the operative pure bred Holstein sire usually get It when lie tiuy a pair one unman any iluy It.xton .ve ' n"' W"X before the enrthiuki?" I Houston slim-.- " of Ixnil'in Arnwers, nine Transcript I'ot. i A number of Union County farm- ers are showing lively interest in the value of limestone for soil improvement, County Agent L. C. Hrewer say. S. W. Illue recently shipped in two car loads to be used on his farm near Morgantleld. His result with the material have been so satisfactory that he intends to uo two carload annually for the next five LOOK FOR The Baking Powder that Gives the Best Service in Your Kitchen Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky 2 The The Best Pay Best Reason Why They CALUMET The Economy Are Best THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Let us tell yen what we hove now READY FOR SALE. BAKING POWDER Dixie BROS. & J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, M. AMON, Farms. PROP. KY. Pure and Wholesome Foods No a The the GUARANTEES Inferior Sires With only one pure bred sire for every 370 dairy cow in the State, material improvement of Kentucky's milk producing cattle will remain an impossibility until mare pure bred males are introduced, according to a Hull new circular, "The Association in Kentucky," which has just come otT the press at the College of Agriculture. According to the publication, a sire association Is an organization of dairy farmers, or others who own dairy cow, formed for ownerthe purpose of ship, use and exchange of outstanding ires of the dairy breed. The typical Association i composed of from IS to SO farmers who own from three to five bull jointly. Six advantages of such associations are outlined in the circular which was prepared by E. M. Prewitt, a member of the college dairy No Failures Wests the greatest of the ful good as the first. 1. The formation of such associations in all parts of Kentucky will make It possible to breed every ow nl the State, to a pure bred sire. 2. It make the use of fewer and better bulls passible. realize a quick re3. Farmers turn on their investment, the value o fthc olfspring in the first generation being Increased from 30 to 80 per cent. 4. An opportunity I offered for line breeding. breeding I en3. Community couraged. C. Farmer have an opportunity to get together in community meeting to discuss matters of mutal Interest. The circular also outline the 'step in the organization of sire associations and contains a model of a recommended constitution and It may be obtained set of free by writing the Experiment Station at Lexington for Circular No. by-la- The World's Greatest Baking Powder -' - 123. MILLERSBURG COLLEGE , iH-ne- pool, outdoor tportt; Catalogue Furnlthtd Located in many induce On Rtquttt, Writ to new building and modern equipment. OfferspIk tvko rUh fd dixnmininc tbtir oUuch grr i 0 D meMto carrful fxhnoL CourMSotMfmli include to coUf prpr study UU bo dm m i V rtSnCTf college, mu art and eipf eot. Limtftd umbt ol lory. ffUUru, kMUr$bitTtKv boAidin puptU mwjrrt pv nnt n cat too la mcK. CrmaMum, twunmin JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR GIRLS and YOUNG WOMEN the beautiful 'DtueCratt Region of Kentucky with f, pJMnl lo crd. na lnptn hotnv Id. Bankrupt SALE OF STOCK OF- AT 1:30 P. M. year. GROCERIES AND FIXTURES The eradication of cattle tuberI going forward with good results in McLean county, according to County Agent It. H. Ford. Fifty-seve- n animal recently were tested in. one day in connection with the campaign being conducted against the diiease. No reactor were found. Hundreds of ton of limestone are being crushed by Lincoln county farmer who will use the material on their farms this fall in an etTort to improve their oils. County Agent C. II. Klston says. Four hundred tons recently have been crushed in the Hubble community while the state crusher, which is being used for the work, is scheduled for additional work throughout the summer ami fall. culosis You can't make an efficiency reputation by watching the other fellow do it. Education enables us to realize A young man never goes crazy the thing we don't know. when he I in love. He only gets The feeble minded, however, never dippy. worry over their affliction. Cheer up! You may be president In union there I strength, until some day. Every dinky organization has one. the Judge severs the knot. Give your neighbor credit for keepFor a profitable vacation at low ing a secret. He hain't told what he garden. cost, spend it in your know about you. When wall paper is too expensive The smallest rung of the ladder I In price, use German mark. always at the top. There are not so Wealth never bring satisfaction. many to occupy it. A fellow always wants more. Now Is the time to do thing you To be sure, tne laborer Is worthy should have done yestedray, but it makes double work today. of hi hire when he earns It. lie an expert at one thing and the You can't expect Keen moving. world will forgive you for what you lag behind with you. the world to don't know about the rest. There is no fool quite so foolish as A Chicago girl hat been winning the fool who thinks he is a wise one. fame by breaking all records at swimNo, don't tell us your opinion of ming. A a fitting climax to her We don't print rough career she may eventually learn to yourself. bake bread. stutf. Cracks At Creation. SATURDAY, JULY 29th, As trustee in bankruptcy of Scott & Ruble, the undersigned will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION in lots and small quantities, the entire stock of groceries belonging to the estate of .formerly occupied by said Scott & Ruble, at the store-roofirm on the Public Square, in Lancaster, Ky. These goods will be sold so that the retail consumers of Lancaster can buy such quantities as their family uses require and the undersigned is inviting any and all who need staple groceries to be present and take advantage of any bargains that may be offered. This entire stock will be closed out on this day. At the same time the fixtures will be sold. m Our sin find us out, but they don't always squeal. rrruxirxvt gj rat im ra ma im la m if.; af u.m CONDENSED STATEMENT OF The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KENTUCKY JUNE 30th, 1922. As good on your automobile as they were onyour bicycle ' TIRES &TUBES Resource Loans ami Discounts Due from Hanks Cash U. S. Iloiuls HankiiiK House $310,991.29 2 1,000.08 ' 11,751.11 1,800.00 8,000.00 THOS. PIERATT Over Drafts TOTAL ' Liabilities - 1.12G8.99 300,811.80 Hunters Beware will not permit fox hunting or hnntlng of any character or trespatslng on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Trice, V. A. Price, Joe CrisclllU, T. J. Trice, It. L. Elkin, II. M. Lear, It. L. Darker It. F. Parson, Marlnda Longsworth, J. P. Uland, Askin and Moberley, J. J. Sebastian, W. A,. Moberley, Sutton and Forest Calico. Davi j Hughe Hros. (Other name will be added upon (tf.) the payment of 25 cent) We Positively Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided ProlUs Deposits Due to Hanks $ 50,000.00 20,107.09 290,280.20 358.51 TERMS: Cash in hand on day of sale. TOTAL $300,811.80 DE- W. H. BROWN TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY FOR SCOTT & RUBLE. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United btates and all foreign countries. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 27, I 922 EI El E ehe)i Mr. Farmer Do you know that we are saving the farmers hundreds of dollars every year by welding their broken castings? We make broken machine parts as GOOD AS NEW by welding them and at less cost than new parts. , Give us a call. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE3EE1 E3I Ell IE The Central Record Payable in Advance. . id WO Cl1 Pn them but we fear it will be a long "some day. few week ! ngO Were all expecting .Morgan and his to ad R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mjn". internatronal bankers vance the money necessary to Entered at the Pot Office In Lan put Germany on her feet. Such Mail caster, Ky., as an act would be beneficial to Matter. the whole world, as it would remove the menace of bolshe-jvis' Fofin Advvftiiinc ReprtMfilativ THE AMERICAN PHES3 AS50aAT10M which is lianfrinK' like a cloud over that land. July 27. 1922 LaKajItr, , The deal fell through at and the interest will materially the time. Rate. For Political Announcement.., (,on.t ,mnBjne thflt U thy swell the principal. Like the For Precinct and City Offices. $ 5.00, en,i of Jt ,orKnn an,l the apple that is just beyond our 10.00 For County Offices othcr moneyc(l men are not reach ,it will be mighty good ror state anu uisinci unices, ju.vu jo fools. They know that if Ger- - when it finally lands at our For Calls, per line completely it feet. .10 many collapses For Cards, per line From France the news is not will mean another war immediFor all publications in the inter, est of individuals or expresately and the annihilation of so assuring, ane continues to sion of individual views, per pine for a cancellation of her civilization. .10 line To protect their own interests debt to us, and is peeved as a .05 Obituarits, per line the money must be forthcom- spoiled child because we turn ing to prevent Europe from a deaf ear to such proposals. Announcement Front the other countries in going to smash. We are authorized to announce It will be advanced under our debt there appears to be no Hon. Ralph Gilbert a candidate to Hut no news, succeed himself in Concrcsj. subject proper safeguards and at the late news at all. 'Tis said, is better than bad to the action of the Democratic pri- - right time. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Second-Clas- s i m ( J. Moberley, spent Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. C. M. Moberley. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uurdette and little daughter, Jesshr Laura, spent Good News Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Hobt. Carter, at Iluckeye. Have Some More A protracted meeting will beg.n Good news from England, at Scott's Fork August 27th, and will and all the more welcome be- continue until the 3rd. of September cause in some quarters it was Everybody welcome. Miss Ora i'rataer was the guest of only half expected. Mrs. Mai Carter the week-engovernment has Iluckeye and attended service d at at The British that publicly announced that the place. four billions of dollars it owes Mr. Vincent Spark, who was oper to the United States is a solemn ates! an at the Leotington hospital is and sacred obligation and must dmng nicely asm! i expected hme be paid dollar for dollar and in a few Any. Mr. and Mr. Ike Duncan enter penny for penny. tained the following Sunday: Mr. There's one worry tempor and Mrs. Harney East. Mr. and Mrs arily removed. It may be some Ernest Duncan, Mrs. It. H. Preston, time before we get it. but in the and Miss .Motsie Hicks. meantime it is drawing interest any organization or group of men, whether of capital or la bor, is allowed to continually llout and defy the governmen tal authority, bolshevism in its most virulent form is exactly what we must face and soon er than we anticipate. There is entirely too much of a tendency to ignore the government and apply the rule or ruin law of might. When the government reaches the end of its patience and says settle, it is time for the contestants to do just that very thing. The pub lic, as well as the parties to the disputes, have rights that must be respected, although the scrapping minority appears not to be aware of that fact. Stephen Decatur once said "Our country! .May she ever be right but our country, right or wrong." Those are our sentiments, let them pinch where they may. rOOR RIDGE is visiting Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Misses I.illa ami Eliza Hurkc arc vMtlng relatives at Wllmorc. M. K. Denny. Dentist, Central Rec1U ord Untitling, (.anrastrr. Mrs. Caleb Johnson visited her Mr. Mattie Harvey Save Trouble These Hot Days and get YOUR daughters, at Lexington the past week. Mr .Adrian Mctcalf continue ill. Mrs. C. M. Moberley is improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Itay entertained several to n sumptuous dinner Wed nesday. Mr. and Mn. James Sanders spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hroadus. Mrs. (toldn Polcer and children, spent a few days last week with Mr, C. M. Moberley. Ice Qream from us. We can furnish you any quantity in convenient sanitary packages. McHobsrts Drug Mr. ami Mrs. Cetll Walker visited Mr. and Mr. Ilradfunl llurdrtte Sat urday night anil Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Harney East spent the week. end with the Utter' s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. l'rcston. Messrs. Eugene Ftdper and Willie Let's Store. rrntil Fcerton llrldcewnter wn Early Waterway Builder. (ITOrt-1WIS- ) rHll.it tlie "Father of In land N'sTieaiion in (irmt llrllaln.- - lie mniiJettil a nndnlile eanal nmnnect Inc the r1tli of Liverpool nml Man Chester, anil promoted the tlrand Trunk amd nattirMthin. Les Mlserablts. oney TOlLOAN ON FARMS 1- ......... la hard, hut It Is not wholly without hu mur llei'etitly a non a telllns cf his exierlenrv with tht Imit i lo.lr of au nnstUli cathedral "I ss teadung thmi." he nalil, "t clmnt the t .tsiiy and Ilnttenil inywlf that ue urn' set along unusuatly well when I Can be initantljr rrlirrd by (imply tins the words they were chanting applying a little MINTOL in the not. for the Every last m cf Irits. Plrasanl to use, and there it them was saying. Unl, bate mercy nothing brllrr. Home Relief Labor, Uxi us. mlnTnl.l Surely It atoriet, Uotton, Matt. For tale by was true enouch f tiMwt nf them." Youth's t'oinpnnllon. Stormrs Drug Slorr. u rlnMi The work of dlrivtor Interest 5 LnarJ'Agr' t (uurttHouse C 1' tf -2 Catarrh or Cold Sue Shelby Mason sri Abstractor IANCASTFK. KY In Head resne. nG-r- , rittft itttit Sale Begins Saturday m J UPSON Miss Maggie II. Grimes was with her mother, Sunday. M. K. Denny, Dentist, Central llec. erd Untitling, It. Mrs. Wm. Simpn was the guest Sunday of Mrs. - L. Matthews. Mr. L. W. Smith bought n horse from Mr. W. M. Crime for $'.0. Mrs. J. W. Doty and son were the guests Wednesday of Mrs. Sim Itny Mr. Jim Doolin spent part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. - W. Smith. Mrs. Raymond Hurchell and ilaugb ter were guest Thursday of Mrs. It Moberley. Mr. and Mrs. Itaymsml Hurchell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hailoy Itay. Mrs. I'atsy Simpson wan the guest a few days last week of Mr. and Mrs Cronley Harduick. Mrs. Sim Itay and son and Master Owsley Hay were guosU Wednei.t of Mrs. Nannie Itay. Mr .anil Mrs. J. W. Dailey and st.m were guosts Saturday night and Sun lay of Mr. and Mrs. Dcwoy l)ni!e. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nayter and Mr Susie i'retn were visitors Thur-Iof Mr. and Mrs. Onstott of Mt. 1Kb I- Farm Loans Joint Stock Made by Louisville Hank, organized ind operating under the provisions of the Federal Farm Loan Act In nmounts from On im- to $35,000.00. J2.5OO.0O proved farm lands. Interest rate, C per cent. Terms 33 years. Pay. n)ents on amortization p!an. No com mission to pay. For full information address ori Tomlinson & Hays, Atty's. tall on i 60 DAYS Flour 79 & 89c You save Ihc Difference! R. J. ENGLE N'i'ar IV pot mary, August 5, 1922. TMm idnn n Kfi tip in I governments that A local orator was proudly foreign America should finance the redeclaiming to a group of friends on one of our public habilitation of Europe is pure gall, conceived in minds constreets recently. sisting principally of bunk. "Live within your means and We did our share in a war keep your debts paid," was the burden of his song and ex- that was not of our making, and when we were not in duty cellent advice it was, too. "For many years," he tie-- 1 bound to do it. clnred. "I have made it a rulei We are willing to do our to pay my debts the moment. sh!ire ln remedying the effects never allow a of t,mt war but no more than they are due. ..lit... snare, ami men oniy wnen 'bill' to .income a 'debt: It feeling to know other governments and peoples a comfortable that I owe no man a dollar." concerned evidence a disposiJust then he spied the editor tion to shoulder their own poron the fringe of the crowd, and tions of responsibility. We may be goats on this side he had the grace to remember, of the Atlantic, but we will and to blush and to pay. hang onto our whiskers. Periodically some one arises and remarks that "no man un- - Government Supremacy ucrstanus uie neart oi a woOpinions are at variance as man." to the merits of the various con- Of course not. Men are not supposed to understand them.itrovor'sies btveen capitJil and thllt ru Paralysing the The feminine heart is peculiar-!lwbo- r Industry of this country and ly the property of woman, to in any manner shejri,1 million of people who Hro i w"' rosponsible for think host the condition that exist. From infancy nion are taught Without greater knowlodge to reverence and respect womanhood, and that ruspect is than we poswosci we would not enhanced by the mystery presumi) to pass judgment upon the briefs of oithor side. which surrounds her heart. There may bo right and wrong That which Is discornable to uveryone soon becomes com- on both. Hut one fact stands out parmon. The suin- amount to all others. Womanhood was nevgr premacy of the government tended to be such. must prevail, and any person Kvury day we road in the who is not willing to acknowdaily press about "million dol- ledge and abide by that sular rings" being unearthed by premacy Is an undesirable citizen and should be treated fuderal officials. Every day we read about We have seen too much of prosecutions "that are to take place." the bolshevistic elfect upon Some day we may read that Russia to ever countenance its the jnil doors have been clos-- control of this country, but If 1 news. isnmo We still retain a glimmer of lmcaMer Ky hope. Hester On Friday nicnt, July Ifith, tke Death Ancel enlled ami took from Mr. ami 'Mrs. Zuek Hixter, Jr.. thrfr dariiBK baby, William Earl. Had he lived until July 26th., he old. bmmiUm would have bfon Tun day before hi death he was Hospital, where taken to G.WsW All Ms condition was feustd eritical. that medical skill anil tender mireinc wait dene, but to ntt avail. Futhwr and mtrtaer wuhd over rts .ami prayed him unth ach.RK that hid lift- - roiirat Ih spared, which wa .48 precious to them. The Urd said, "Suffer Little children to mmv unto me, anil farWd uf such is the Kint;-dathorn nut, of Hmvur. After service at the (crave, by Ilev. W. A. IUmty, at Old Paint Lick he w laid tu cemetary Saturday afternoon at four o'clock U await the coming of that Great Day when ho will welcome those wham he has left fur only a SPECIAL JULY SALE OF THE ls;r 1 RANGE ETERNAL CO fr as rn. Mrs. C. It. N'uylor and daughter and Virginia Itay was the guost Kn day of Mr. Hugh Simpson, uf the Stanford road. ThW is the month to return your aisossmunt. hvory prepurty owner and male citnen 21 years ef age, n litUe while. (Sarrnrd county is requested to come A jirecteu one from u has jtono, to my otflce and give me their A voice we loved is still, A. T. Seott, Tax Com A place is vacant in our heme, be filled. Mr. ami Mrs. Newt Orovv, Mr. and That never can Onn who loved him. .Mrs. Tnt Nnylor and Mrs. Susie lrs- ton, wore entertained Tuwsday at the home of Mr. anil Mr. C. It. Naylor. Booklet New Ul Q3 CO r4 During the remainder of July we are giving away absolutely free with each Range Eternal sold one 42 Piece Set of Best Quality 30 ca CD m CD Chinaware. SL Poultry Is Ready for Farmers THE RANGE ETERNAL is the perfect range. In beauty, convenience, economy, long life and real range service it can't be beaten. It's the range that should be in your kitchen Don't wait. "Helpful Hint for I'oultrymun," peuit wars. It lias Imiti found Mint the. is the title of the latent publication rM poppy croM-- In lleids when blood from this College of Agriculture, the baa been slieiL Tliey nourish In Ens new booklet now be ng ready for lumt, ItelKlum and I'ninre. free di tribution to interested farmers Snttzlna One Preu(jd Death, and poulterymon. It answer the In tlio ancient world sneezing urns question, "Which l the boat brned the subject nt much und a de- uaa almost alwa) of chickens?" and thin jr.v endowed with sueh things as sinister Import. Jewish folklore ban It tailed jhwumon of egg, that In the first ngvs of the world selecting layers, breeJing h.nto, feeding sneezing uui ulwuys a presute of culiig, muiiHKKimuit laying huns, ehick fowling, artificial death until the coming of Juinli. That housing, and nstute putrlurrh, anxious lest lie himbrooding, fattening, self should perlh from surli an poultry pests and disease. The the Alcmus.', besought list mighty to endow snivdng with more booklet, which also contains of reference bulletins and circulars, beneficent uttrlhutes, and since then may be obtained free by writing the It lias been lucky to sneete betweeo noon und midnight Experiment Station at Lexington. 4 Aniirillni Tht ntd In Poppy Fields. I In lil.lnrv nf I'nm. SPECIAL SATURDAY SALE One 17 inch white inside and out, heavy Porcelain Dish Pan- - Regular price $2 00 fr SATURDAY PRICE, $1.30 HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, July 27, 922 I Ml Miss Klltaheth Walker In the KUeit Ml Loaine and Herd Bdwtn Cromer, of Kant nermtadt, are vitiUng fizabrth Fox in Danville. rd Comlnji A Mil MiMUh e th Mary l.uti. Oelnji byThM Wl Art Inttrfiltd In. Mr. V. It. Cook, of Danville, pent Mr. Tuetday with her methur, Mr. B. I. Mil Sallle I.utz ia spending a few OwIey. week vacation with friend In Mr. William Cook, nf Danville, and Knoxvllle. MIm Ada Mae Fwter in vlnltlnj: her court here Monday. aunt, Mr. A Urn Teater, at (iunn Mr. and Mr. John L. Arnold have Mr. Mnrthn Price FrWble m a Chaptd. returned to Washington, D. ('.., after visitor in Danville Monday. a with hi tter, Mr, VA Hot. Mr. and Mr. Ilryan Wttmnt have Dr. W. M. WIloU wa In Danville returned from a vWt with friend In ..Mi Leenn fiett returned to her Momlny on professional buiincs. Frankfort and Lexington. nome in i;icnmemi Miiurdny. alter a vitK U her aunt. Mm. I.. M. Miller MIm Helen (Julley nnd Mis Laura Gossip About People vvv in Danville with Jane Ilolllnc prnt Saturday friend. Mr. ami Mr. Bd Hois itjicnt Friday Star.llcrnld. in Lexington. aay : of Panama i (It), which' i Mr. Hen I.enter, of Danville, wa n Ijinrnitrr Monday on bafine. that Mr. John Drown opent the a "All from girl latt weekend at Shakertown. Imagination Mr. nnd of Mil time Immemorial Kentucky ha ai wayr ranked tlrrt when it comr ti pretty and rharming women, and yeterday at Mr. Turley' tra for hrr' Klmare, the combina uch worthy repreenta-tlvof the famed tnte wa irreumti-bW- . The Pergola of the Tivoli wa the pretty ettlng for thi mint at tractive of afternoon partli. There were many hanging bakrti nf the Mi needed to n f',at Kentucky, and .ojr doe the Sn e' r' ANNOUNCEMENT WE ARE NOW READY WITH OUR GENERAL MILLING BUSINESS. Chat-tanoo- lter. tlon of two WHAT YOU WANT AND WHAT WE GIVE IS iit "The problem of education that the combined efforts of u in Kentucky cannot do Jyed." than meet a part of the need." Dr. Frank L. McVey. president of free of fees, due, etc. Smnll crowd at Court Day last the University of Kentucky to Dlrec-- ; Estes tor S. W. MrGill, director of the j Monday, Rusines dull. Auctioneer The marriage of Ml Blitabuth Presbyterian movement for Chriuian j Kirby sold '20 head of sheep for $1.35 Ford, of this city, to Mr. Fred Bstes, education. The letter from Dr. Mc- - cents a head. He also sold a yearling of Portland, Oregon, wa ronMimated Vey i In line with the attitude of mule for $15. jut last Thursday afternoon, at the prominent educators all over the sold I.eander Davidfon Richard Mnne of the Chrkt.an church in State ami the support h greatly ap-- 1 Gentry, for Nelson Morris 10 export Covington, Ker. Ilagin, of that city preciated by the Presbyterianj of cattle weighing 1,1 17 pounds for 5 officiating. cent. J. V. Cook sold 32 to same Kentucky. The beautiful bride i a daughter Dr. McVey wr.tes a follow. "The pnrty for same price. These Iura of the late Judge A. I). Ford of thi of Kentucky welcomes the fd 1,533. lr. hr Tim Huffman, Sam Harri and Bert city and m exceedingly popular here, development of the college under where he wa reared nnd ha lived denominational control in thi Stnte. Spencer, have returned to their nil her life. She i a sbter of Their growth and that of the Univer- - places of business in Louisville after tvve days spent with friends in Lan-i- n and I.ige Ford and ha Experience many ity go hand in hand. many, friend who wih her much hap. other stnte shows that a the caster. Mis Hattie Vaugh, Altie Mark-tlon'pines and joy through a long mar state university grow the denominn-- , riod life. The groom i a splendid colleges receive increased rup- - oD nnd Carrie Woods, accompanied Mrs. W. 0. Bradley went to High liuine man and I to be congratu port in money and students. Para-o- y fated upon winning the hand of thi loic.il as thi may seem it is the fact. ' Bridge Saturday to hear Talmagc. Farris is visiting hi wife nnd popular young lady. In other word, the progress of edu-- j cation i general and not confined to on at the home of Dr. Wm. Huffman. localities or groups. Consequently,' r- Wilson viitr the University of Kentucky welcomes Live Stock and daughter, Mb CbritUnc, of St. recent wedding of interest wa the progress of .Maud and Ileulah Yater, Mer, denominational I.OUIH, Mo. T?.. Ml PinoinnnCI Mary, Clomentiau and Lor-ett- o Frank Camden, ti.1. !. lln Per! Scrivner. daugh rehooh. and looks to of Stanford, E. G that of Mi and Kbeaer, have roturneil Ut their Smith, of 5,500-- ' weak. 50c lower; heavy ter of Dr. and Mr. J. F. Scrivner. of sympathetic he p m the work which fr Kevenna. Leonard Floyd, of Mrs. W. M. House 1 tar guet of home in CaaritMlaa, Wwt Va., after $,0 50. pnckt.rs amI butehm Danv.lle, to Mr. J. B. Wilson. on of Danville. Mr., J. K. Storm- - tM week. She Mtveral week it is doing while extending the samel $0 r,n ... Ut their grand ttn a. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Wilton, of h'irk- will leave Friday for her home In Now nttluiile toward its Iter institution' !rn r. -- . v ..... parent. Mr. and Mr. N. Milter. vule. Mbwe Mary .Miller Wowl and Orleaiut, Ia. .n the State. I. therefore, extend,,.. ...... S(.,0 They have just returned frwn their Lena Woml are entertaining a hue to you and your committee best' . Mr. Itlre Wood had a her lunchec,,...i... Tbtt many frie4 of Mr. (Ierj;e rty thi week at their home on honeymoon trip to ChicaRo and are withes for the nuccessful outcome of. r,.i!u...i...- - '.nn'. .1 .i visiting relative and frend I'alavr aro ry t hiHtw he la criti on e Frday Mr. John K. White, Kichmond The guet near the campaign you are now undcrtnk- are -.., , u rally id nt trie St. lla4Ul of NiehflWll, Mr. Hoary White. Nevelyn Park, of DanvHIIu, Mioe Hlchmond. ' Ing." Mr. J. C Honley, .MImo MnrMitrettn Mary. Mamoret and UIMnn Noel, of i'J.:,0; fair to good $0.50 $ $8; It wa an informed in l.uiKtM. wedding at Miller, all of Smith aad nic t ffl fib 4it Vi..If.. oiimmnn Cawood, Ky. the country home of the bride, aoar Seme m neor go out looking Mr. Ahm .McDwele, of Hamilton tQ eMw $(.' Danville. The date of the marrtaie Mf t( CoNei;e, l.ixlni;Uin, b the cueit of Mr. J. W. Haney returned but was in honor of the 'Jtlth wedding an- for trouhfa. Thrjr got all thoy want good $0 1J11 $8; common to fair, fi Th many fneml of Mr. J. C. home. br titter, Mr. ier;v Smith, oti Kobinon. who toraiaod her aakle Saturday from a iit to her daugh niversary of the bride's parent. at (fi $0; cows, good to choice $5 iJB I. pa l.extNKn avenue. r . aa t a.. ter. .Mr. Jeo llemlron, who wa Only member of the immediate 1 with a fall while viHing in LuxiMg-toDon't be content with hobllng on ! K"r , uoernted on at the Kdwnrd W. Spar ' and a few friend wuro promnt. to a good thing. Exchange It for n Mra. J. It. Mwuat untrtinel at a wu glad to know ho ha ' ,"t""J ' K. v u ifv i cnoice, .x e'rWk dinaer Saturday at her iu; iiur 10 goon MilTbcoatly to be able te be row Htwpitiil in Ijuwlng. Mich. We The :mpreive roremonv wa nor- - better one. are glad to .tote that Mr, llendren formed by the Hov. J. P. Strother, of Q $9; common and large $i $0. htMfie on I.HXiRKtttn avuaue in bonxr out Saturday. i canvnleocing. Sheep Receipt 'J.OOO ;steady; ineinniiti, uncle of the bride, nt t Any fomale can powder her noe. of Mm. Mnttle IlbtM and Mr. Mr. and .Mr. W. It. Ituy entertnin-e- d P. M. Thursday. July Oth. Clyde UhcuIii, ef I.umviIIh. but it roquiros real brains to cook good to chhoice S.r.() (jj) $(1.50; fair lat Saturday evening at u lawn Mr. and Mr. John Underwood, Mr. The bnde i a graduate of Ka stern a good menL $5.50; common $1 ti good $8 Mm Martha IU-I.idn Mae and Mr. Milton Kollnrd and little Kentucky Slate Normal School nnd the week- fete in honor of Mimte $2; buck $1 ft $1; lambs, steady; end with her Mter, M I.lfl.e lift-- t mid Ali.-t- ' Hay an I I. II c Mae Arnold. d.uinhler. Virginia Bourne, of Dan was u member of the faculty for two Never interfere when busbaml and good to choice $12.50 $13; fair to Mr. D. W. Dunn. ear. She wn a tvachor ;n the wife are lighting. It is more fun to good $8.50 j $12.80; seconds $7 g a the tuinmrr vc'uio' m Kicbmond Di'liciou cimlm wire erved About ville. Mr. and f vc il! iiIimi She ,r l.exintun be $S; common $3 0 $5. iVen gui' mjo.vel Mr and Meotr. Leo Dunn nml Hnrroid (ire Danville city school the pat year. watch him get licked. gory, of Danville, were gutt Sun The groom wn graduated fore returning to l.nncater Mr. Huy' ci"nriiMtr "upitnlity at the Uni- day of Mr. and Mr. I.oyd Itmirno and entity of Kentucky The mouths of suinc people are Booie interest should thank con- -' in 1018. at the family. to an automobile University ef ChlcaKo Uw School in groM for enacting the prohibition like the cut-oiil noise. It'll 0 and i a member of the Delta law. It i eaiier to get rich now. In renewiRK her MtMcnption to While at the L'ni- th Heeonl. Mr. 'at tie Drown, well Chi fraternity. e were When a fellow llml In that erity of Kentucky he was for three good the good old day wheii names. thing is going ngaintt him he everyremembered here, but now a resident we were called pet should ear a member of the debating team When bad, we were called of HrnddtH'k, N. Dak., wiy that she to the niml.Mc hi own mind. Chance. are and winner of the silver lovinir cup he is 'ending the proceMion himself. 'i n. I and nvrwd the dour old "home given by Judge Henry S. Ilarker, of woodihed. riper" although many change have Louisville, former president of the taken place since her romovel fnwi He wa superintendent our rommun.ty. She add that tine L'niveni.ty. f the llnaard city school for three crop are in prtMftoct in Dakota thi You Invited to the ear and i now a practicing at year, thouifh in ro locnlitioo hail torney mere, wing a mem tier of w and wiml tomu have boon frmiueut. the law Hrw of Wilion and Wilson. C R fit; II Contributed. WVotW Kdwin Walker, who ha been f WW ' the II. V. Avery Company. 7.95 i f l.ouwville, II for mw time, win in Lovely II LaiH-uteyettenlay, btokinic after hi? Boyle County, Ky., on 11.75 31x4 MU Helen Stapii uuve a delight ,n thi territory. Mr. i u turner birthday party U a few of her Walker i one of the tirou beat men. ful 12-S32x4 0 and in appreciation of hbt valuable intimate friondo fast Monday afterWT.V-.trvicc wa honorotl by being given noon. Mis Holen is the beautiful 33X4 ---- ---additional territory, which include daughter of Jude and Mr. Forest i fifirriir.l nlt,l I indiJn .aiimIi'' Tku Slupp and the party wo jrivcn at i.i 1.1 4S 34 vd their suburban home on the Lexingu twenty-liv- e lerrnory tor me 41 BEST HORSE SHOW RINGS, ear ha been covurwl by W. S. Ilny ton oad. Deligtful refreshments l 1.50 30x3 Tubes were served and happy gunuw were who ha a bint of frKxnU In Iiiioh. J BEST MULES, HOGS, ETC. 0 ter, who will regret that be hi not to Indulged :n dyring the hours from 1.75 Tubes j three to six o'clock. "make' 'our town in the futuro. Yot BEST OF Thom) who enjoyed Mis Helen's we are glad to welcome Mr. Walker, You'll mei'iiiiy; your friend and ni'Mi-lior.- s an old I ji nearer boy, back to hi bofiUllty were: Missaa Helen Wil- at the Perryulle Fair. Come! A welcome bam, Ida llurnoble, Francis Long, ( J II "old home town." awaits y on. iiBuuio n mi iiutiMina nngle, .Mary Mary Hiniorc. of thi Ullth Walker, taiwibeUi Walker, That Ml a StansellV Hantl will furnish the music. city, who i vlilting her ltcr, Mr. Pearl Wnlkor. HUie Hiiltlel.l, W. J. DcBurn, President H. B. Turley, Jr., in Fort Amader, Ooorgetta Walker, Johneltu Sanders, J. H. Leonard Secretary The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. C it beinif popularly received, i Jmepliine Haney and Nancy Tom PERRYVILLE, KENTUCKY. g. oiJaWhBjjT"nnanmlHfTWw"Mr ia Jenceil by the following from the I.car. i, . ' be-b- ig Hy-la- Speokc. Mr. ami Mr. Pat SuttM, Mm M. K. Kay and Mr. II. S. Crime, nf Mb Anne Catherine Arnold I vli n week' Lexington, hove cm far n avoter ting Mr. and Mr. JhIhi Haughmnn Irvine, Ky. trip to Moraei, Mirh. and Hranhom Iwughmaa, ia Dunville Angm KiMUir! t in Mi thi week. Iter. It. It. Xoel. nf Staaford. aad villp taking a special emme at the Mr. M. - Noel, of Cawood. Ky., are Mr. and Mr. Joe I'ollard, Mh University. vMUag Kev. Noel' daughter, Mr, Ida ami Illanehe Sperfke were th Mm Imm, of Kryun4.De. James U'oodi and Mr. Wood. KUm Ktn-s- t of Mr. ami Mr. It. K. Speak fpcBt Monday wtta her 4lnr, Mr. and family Sunday. Mim Kltb.th Mabburn and Mim WilHam Dlrkerwin. Leibi .Mann, who hove been guvtt of Mb Mary Kdrni Arnold, of Dun Mr. Vnl Cook, tf Danville, spent Mr. and Mr. Jm- m- Smith, left Fri vitlr, i an attractive vinltar in th with hi frnndnwHwer. day for their home in Ilrdtewa the week-en- d home of her auat, Mr. It. I. Swope Mr. B. U OwtfVy. and Mr. hwepe thi week. Mr. Mauie HuiTntan KoImni and Mrs. WiMinm K. Kte Mr. and Mr. Lyd Iluurne nnd ifcne Mn. Clyde Ha:rMin Uarola, of Loaut-iUi- ' rhiklren have returned thm a are ipondiae a week at daughter. Mrs. Milton Kollnrds and Mule dacffhter. were gumit of Mr. in Onto. vWt with romti Mi. Mary Uagmit't en Dawvi'le ami Mr. Taylor Houte .in Crab Or MIm laiey Doty, of I.t'xiagtwn, ha Mr. Ullie Kennedy, of OiirlWe. chard Welnedny. arrived We4ody for a rWl to her been the gueot of her father, Mr CSeorge Smith. rouMn, Mr. Doty. Mb Daty a Mr. Hobert Kianoinl loft Sunday from a dolfcsifsl Knittrra for a motor trip to Lexington. Va Mbm .SnlMo Lou Myer. wkw Ink where he will Jom ht wife and on brm on duty in Danville for mtvmmI Itohert, Jr.. for a viait to Mrs. Hnrn- .Mi week, ha rotnrnvod to Lanoustor. Altto Araold arrived 1utday iacttm King Weit. from Colorado Srifiu, Cob)., aad Mbw Dsnn, u bo bo been th will ipewd too retnwiador of the turn The many friend of Mr. Kachel ieoet of MiM Union Gutley. returned ner with Joe Fra' Autin, will be gmd Ut know (he ha obiter. Monday Xm her borne I l.trxtngton. rh aad Mi .NUry Arnold. returned from te Oilin liinpital in Kicbmond, where he wa operated Mr. William Fox MK Minnie Kemoer aad Mr. Itun-nof Wtlkw on leveral week ago. llarre. I'enn., ha joined hU family have gne to where W. it, Mam. they will be joMetl by frieml, who here for a vWt to Mr. Mr. Hubert F. Croutchor returned will accompany Uitn to Kftill thi morning to Dayton, after pnd Mi. Alice Kay and UWe Mao Sorlnf. Danville Mtingcr. log a few day in thi c.ty. He wa Arnold v. erf the attractive week-enaccompanied by hi brother, Mr. Mum Laeille Sutton, Mr. Harry Thoma Creatrher, of Atlanta. guest f Mr. W. 1'. Hay and Mr. AmlerMB a oil rMblron. Mr. and Mr Kay Cetil Hrown. Mr. and Mr. I'roott Mi Carrie Sutton Mr. J. K. Storm e bad fur her Ilrwwn ami little on, Kverett, were dinner Sunday, MIjp entertained to Ornce Hen imncr guost the patt week, Mm. Cox at Hoonoiboro Sunday. dricks, Hthel Hendrirk, Carri ton. , Mri. Oewrge lUcard axl George, Jr.. of IwKville. are euei Mr. It. K. Speoke nnd daughte Mr. K. L. 0lny wa the guest ut Daly, and Stella Fenl, were in Loxington, Tue her father, Mr. of Mr. Mattir Withers in Stanford day, the guwt ef Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe ibtor, Ml Hmtm 1 My. Sunday. ington. 1 a weekend vWt to Mr. Harry Kay, nf Huekeye, hu Mlfe Carolyn Klrc and Sarah Chr returniHl homo after a few week viit to friendi and relative at Hrock Mr. D. fluMey I Wilting her nault, in Itiebmond. Ky. daughter, Mrs. Ike Dunn in Lenlng. Mr. Joe Franew ha rvturned . ton. from a tay in Chirac, Crneiaantl Ml" Josephine Haney ha return nml I.ouliville, where he attendwl ed home after a vHrtt with friend and Mcrs. J. I. Hamilton and James the millinery market. relatives in Nkholawitle and I.exing TbiiUM in LexHcare.y were Champ made Dunn were visitor day. In Lexington Fri Mine Margaret BIMott and Hazel mwt Je Mr. W. A. ty f rw I'rkw no at 14111 Snftng, in rtrntl I- roralitn vine, and the- - 'wo pretty young women stood to rereive their jrueit ogninst a background of palm with the aiQre blue mountain in the far distance Mrs. Turley wa iharm-ingl- y gowned in a soft blende net with inreta of deep blue w.th white beaded design. She did nut wear a hat and that pave nn opporti nily for seeing her pretty golden hair Mis Blmore, who i of similar coloring to her tter. wore the dearest of druses, a yellow organdie dotted wit' white. It wa Jut the right color to bring out her pretty coloring. Tea wo erved from a large table placed in tho centre of the Pergola with a enter p;ece of American beauty roe. Mr. Steele, who wa gowned in a becoming cream net with hand embroidery of Harding blue, and wearing a black picture hat. ami Mr. Mcllr.de. n a mint nttrrot.ve orchid shade orrandy with black hat with ilowcr. ponred tea. There were an unnualty larjje number of mn took-In- g and tmartly gownod women to admire, a well a an unusually of andvlche and dulcet of all kind, and ires and nut to be en- - Better Flour-Set- ter Feed-Be- tter Grain-Be- tter Results IS SOLICITED AND WILL YOUR PATRONAGE BE APPRECIATED. Lancaster Milling J. LANCASTER, R. Myers, Go. Proprietor KENTUCKY. DR. McVEY Endorse Denominational cational Movement 27 Years Afo Tbi. Week Mr. R. B .Mcltoberts is having exmade on his tensive improvement Eduresidence, on Danville street. Mies Malinda Romans has taken chorge of n large school at Mo run i so j Summit, Madison county. She of nil gan teaching last Tue.iday. of Masonic Lodge amend- more, write ed to admit ministers of the Gospel ' wthi rj Ford Jee welgh-Universi- ty Uk. lla-co- Inair, m nl d Scrivne- Markets . vit .... .,,.' , .,.. J.b rd. ...,... . Hie itich-moa- d. 1 n, am-ili- '"'I.. 1 'T H-- ,' 1 TI BARGAINS are Attend ..vo .vtojmooa -- 30x3i r Birthday Party Great Psrryville At Perry villi, Fair - ' Wednesday. Thursday and Friday AUGUST 2nd, 3rd. 4th, 1922 CATTLE, EVERYTHING. , 30x3i foiiflpic Vqi iptu Ctnrp anaflr"aaaannBBsa Vir-Kinl- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky.. Thursday July 27, 1922 TEMPERATURE AT CENTER OF CAN IMPORTANT IN PRESERVING FOOD SALE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER " " FRANCHISE OF CITY OF LANCASTER Pursuant to an ordirance passed at a regular meet. nit of ie Council of Ky., on July :irJ., 192.1. the unlers.gnel W. F, Champ, a Mayer of satd C.ty will on t City of Lancaster, . Monday, July 31st, 1922 nt 10 o'clock A. M., in front of tr.e Court House door, In Lnneasler, Ky., otfer for sale to the highest and best bidder n tvu your eJeotrk Irght anil power franchise for the construction nnd operation of an eleetrie light anil fiower plant n the City ef lineuiter, Ky. The ordinance granting said franchise te be soM is m l wit the etark ef snM City ami said ordinance ; its follows: SECTION No. 1. For Uniformly Good Results a Surhc lent Degree of Heat Must Penetrate All Part of Jar and 0 Maintain ed Long Enough to Render All Micro- organisms Harmless. (I'rspsrstl by lb I'sllsa StsWs DsrsrtmtM letiqiernture relations. The tlrrt I Arlcultur I group consists of those fruits and In canning work oiit of tin- - most such as string, beans, Important considerations U I In- - time vegetables, re Is u free liquid required for tin food at the center linefeed so that titling the Interspace lielvveeit tfte of the container to reach Hit tciiicru tutv of tlu retort or water huth lnH pieces of material. The rnte of rhutige which It U being pnvsed, 1'nlted of temperature nt the center of the ran In this group Is very rapid. The of Agriculture States Department A Study of the Factors second group consists of materials of Ilulletln Affecting Temierature Changes In the a heavy or pasty mi I tire Hint are During tin' Canning of packed In Midi it nay Unit little or no Container Fruit and Vegetables, which has Just convection can occur, ns with corn or been Issued, centers attention on these sweet tmtutoe. The rnte of change of teniHTature In this group Is very o relations. Tin low. Sometimes mechanical Hgttntton has been to bring out the underlying principle, rather than to lay Is emplo)ei. Variations In the nf the material, however, hnve down definite rules of procedure. The results of this exerlmeutatloti are of very little effect If the consistency of Interest to scientific worker In the the material Is urh that convection field, to commercial canneries, mid can occur. Silt Has Little Effict. similar large-scal- e handler of foods. Oaatroya Bacteria. Salt lias very little direct effect Successful preservation of food by I upon the rate of change of teuiera-- I cunning Is due primarily to the fact ture In the can. I!ute sugur solutions that tn the processing, or conking, the I have only n smnll effect, but the concentrated solutions retard the rate of bacteria and othe- which cause spoilage are destroyed. ' change. Solutions of starch also retard Since the elimination of these micro- It. Ill 5 per Cent tarcll the cotlsjstelyy organisms la dependent upon the use becomes such thai nil convection Is of heat as a sterilizing agent. It be- stopped nnd the rate of change Is very comes of paramount Importance to slow. Other material of a viscous tin-- , know Just what temperature nnd proc- ture. such as proteu or pectin, retards essing periods will destroy them. If the rate of change of temiieniture. The uniformly good results are to lie retarding effect nf a glass container Is I n suttlclen' degree of heut nf more luiMr!aiiee In the first group must penetrate to all parts of the than In the mtoihI (Slass cool faster can or Jar and must he maintained than tin In the air, but cannot be long enough to render all cooled In water harmless. Before an accurate Differences In the diameter of the Judgment as to the proper cooking container are only of Importance In Ierlod can be found It Is necessary the processing of materials of henry to know how long a time Is required consistency such ns corn. Whether the for the heat to reach the food at the processing temperature Is 100 degree, center of the container. HO degrees, Irt) degrees, or 121 lie-- i The mercury thermometer. If propergrec C, the temperature of the bath ly calibrated and standardized, has or retort Is reiuli- -l In the container been found sufficiently accurate for In approximately tin- - sume time. Highpractical work. A satisfactory ap- er temtieratures, however, break down paratus has been ilevled for using the the tissues of tomatoes, which are a mercury thermometer to measure Mrlklng exception to the rule. Itoth the temperature changes at tho center of single period and Intermittent pnices t the can. ties ure wtuill.il In this bulletin, which The frulta and vegetables ns proc- Is available ti;ui application to the essed In these tests fall roughly Into United States Ivparttiient of Agrlciit two groups with reference to time- - ture. pur-Inmn Micro-organisi micro-organ-Ui, KEEPS J KITCHEN Bruth, Good Big SINK CLEAN Like One IllusSoap Are FISH FLAKE TIMBALES Pick the contents of one can of tlsh II ukes Into bits with u silver fork, add fourth cupful of tdfted lire.ul crumbs from the center of n Mule loaf, u fourth of a teaspoonftil of paprika, two well beaten eggs and u cupful and u half of milk. Mix well turn Into buttered tlmb.ile molds or patty pans. Mund thee In a mn of boiling water reaching nearly to their top and bake until the centers are tlrui. 1'nmold cure-fullon u hot philter, decorate with sliced hard Itolled eggs und turn out all u cupful of drawn butter, cream or tomato sauce und serve at once. y Stiff Bristled trated, and Factors. There Is a piece of modern equip' mint tliut one needs to be scouring constantly If It Is to appear spick and spun lit nil times that Is the kitchen That there is hereby created and granted a frantihise or pfJvilrgc to establish, construct, maintain in. operate an electric light and power plant m the City of I.ncater, Kntiieky and te use the streets, sidewalks. il leys, avenues, public places of mI 1 city, subject te the conditions herein after set out, as the same now exist or may hereafter be extended, for SECTION No. 5. the erection, construction, operation and maintenance of the poles, wire, londuits, apparatus, and equipment necessary for manufacturing, distribute The said City shall have the option to purehase from the purchaser of Usis int; and sell.ng electricity in all its forms, for public, private and all other franchise, his assignee, transferrer, or successor the el e trie plant ami the use. the entire system at any time after five years have elapsed, dating from the day that this franchise becomes effective and said option of pureha! SECTION No. 2. shall continue during the remaining term of said franchise; the price for That the purchaser of this franchise or privilege, or any sucecster, er said electric plant and system to be its actual value at the time said assignee of such purchaser, sHrll repair and make good all damages to option is to be used, ami the value to be ascertained by three appraisers, tlio streets, public property ar.d publ.c placet In said city occasioned by the one to be selected by said City, and one by the owner of said plant and bcation, construction, operation or maintenance of the Hghrini: and power system, and these two to select the third nne. If the tw cannot agree equipment, and alt of said equipment used along, om or under the public ns to the third appraiser then the judge of the 1.1th Judicial Dlttrttt of streets, public place anil public property shall be erected, maintained and Kentucky shall name the third appraiser. constructed in the usual neat, safe substantial, and workmanlike manner. SECTION No. 6. The materials, location nrd corstruction of all pites, conduits, wires and other tixtures and appliances instant to the construction and operation That this franchise or privilege is created, grantrsl ami shaN continue for system shall be according to the best a period of 10 years from and after the date it s made ef fee the by the or under-groun- d of either over-hea- d engineering- practices and subject to the inspection, approval and control ratification and approval of Its sale as hereinafter provides!. TMs frans of the chise shall not be exclusive, but said City shall have the right U dispose of of the City. Any repairs on the streets, public ways or City rendered necessary by tLc erection or maintenance of poles or caused km! grant other franchises for the same purpose whenever desired. by the erection or maintenance ef said plant shall be done by and at the SECTION No. 7. expense of the purchaser. All the wires upon poles shall be not less than twenty- - two feet above the gn un 1 or street and shall be placed at a greater That the purchaser of this franchise, or any assignee of tho purchaser, or less height above the ground or street and when and wherever so directed shall within 12 months after the date of the ratification and approval of shall be straight and uni All poles by the City, or its nuthorixet a'ent. the sale and acceptance of the bid by the City of Ijneaster, Ky., have an form, strong and substantial, int' not less than seven inches at the smallest ilectric plant, pole lines and equipment of sufficient sue, amount and tnd. capacity to adequately supply with electricity the jireds ami requirements of All w.res carryinc electric current shall he so maintained at all times the city and its inhabitants; and unless this prevision s complied with, the as not to endanger life, nnd all wires, conductors and appliances for the franchise or privilege herein granted and provided for shall at the exttansmissjoH of electric current shall be thoroughly insulated and piration of said 12 months become and be forfeited, null and void. All shielded, and when the isald insulation or covering on laid wires becomes ef the provisions of this franchise shall apply to any successor or assign by nge, or otherwise, as not te be tnfe, said wires of the purchaser too thin or injured of said franchise shall be replaced by other wires, which meet the requirements of the best SECTION No. 8. engineering requirement. It is understood that the nurchaser will be requires! to use the alley The purchaser shall execute bond with good surety to the city in the ways as much as practical for setting poles and carrying wires, and no poles sum of $5,000.00 for the benefit of whom it may concern that each, every of, said city, and all post, poles, guy wires, are to cross the public square 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 be I'ept and performed in good faith and mamI bond shall be kept in force and maintained as not to interfere with the use of public ft constructed and continuance during the life of the franchise granted and shall be for 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 citidrain, and the entire system shall be kept at all times in good order and give good and efficient ser- zens of itald City, who may be users of electricity for the fulfillment ef condition, so as not to endanger life and to the conditions set out in this ordinance and the failure to keep said bond vice, and said purchaser, or any successor or aignee of such shall all loss or damage which may in force as required herein, at any time, shall be the cause for an annulling save the City of Lancaster harmless from Mid forfeiting of any franchise and rights granted at the option of the City be done to its public ways or other property, or to the person or property the City may require a renewal of said Kind from time to time if individuals in locating, constructing, maintaining and operating the rnd of lieemed insufficient, v plant or equipment under this franchise or privilege and to assume the payment of and to pay nil the judgments rendered against the said City SECTION No. 9. or against the purchaser owing to or caused by an act of negligence on That the Mayor of the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, shall on the 31st .he part of said purchaser, or any of its employees, agents or servants, maintenance of said electric lighting system in the day of July 11122, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Court llouie door in the, city in the erection of or said City, or in the operation of said electric lighting system during the of Lancaster, Kentucky, offer this franchise or privilege for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, of which he will give due notice life of this grant. by advertsements in The Central Kecord in the July 20th, 1922 and July SECTION No. 3. 27th, 1U22 Issues of Mid Central Kecord, and in which notice or adverThe purchaser of this franchise shall furnish and maintain during the tisements he will insert this ordinance in full; and he will report to the vntlre term of this franchise, an electric plant or power system which City Councl at its next regular meeting the bids received by him together t.hall be of at least ISO kilowatt capacity and shall be equipped with two with his recommendation as to which bid he considers the highest ami best, or more dynamos, which shall be directly connected neither of which shall and the City Council reserves the right to reject any ami all buls ami in have n capacity, less than fiO kilowatt, and be also provided ami equipped case the City Council refuses to accept any bid recommended by the with two or more engines and boilers, each to have a capacity to operate Mayor made at the sale, or in case the successful bidder refuses or falls the respective dynamos, and all engines, dynamos, and other electrical to pay to the City Treasurer the full purchase price within the time heremachinery and appliances shall be of good construction and of such de- inafter specified the City Council may direct by ordinance or resolution said privilege to be again offered for sale from time to time, sign as to insure satisfactory and the best service, and the City to have franchise or the right to have the plant and system inspected, at any time, to ascer- after due advertisement, until a satsfactory bid therefor shall be obtained. That the bidder to whom this franchise or privilege shall be awarded, tain If the above provis.ons are being complied with. The City shall have the right through its employees and nuthoriied shall within 5 days after the acceptance and approval of his bid by Use ngents to inspect and test the lights and the efficiency of the lights fur- C.ty Council pay the amount of ssild bid in cash to the City Treasurer. That this ordinance .shall take effect after its passage and publication nished by the purchaser, any successor, traniferree, or assignee of such purchaser at any and nil times nnd said purchaser shall furnish and keep as required by law. convenient at all times for use by said City or its agents for such in- Attest PAUL F MOUUOW, Clerk. W. F. CHAMP. Mayor. spection or test the reasonably necessary instruments and apparatus. side-walk- reasonable under the conditions and circumstance. at they may then exist, (hall be adopted by the City Council and become the legal rate to be charged by said purchaser. Whenever a revision or change of rates ami charges is adopted by the Council, a above provided they shall be In effect for at least two years from the time they become effective. The purchaser Is to allow a representative of the City, to be named ley the Council, free access, at any time, to their plant and books and accounts for Inspection, to ascertain if said rates and charges are reasonable ami fair. The service to be furnished at said rates or prices for street and alloy lighting shall be that each nnd all lamps be kept burning all nhtht during each and all nights of the year from early twilight to day light. TV? service to the inhabitants of the City shall be continuous, that .s 21 hours service, during the entire term of this franchise. For failure to furnish lights or the amount of lights that may be csw. traded for by the said City, at any time, a deduction shall be made In tiw price to be paid equal to twiee the amount agreed to be paid for esieh ktmp so failing te furnish light to the required standard during the time f such failure; but when such failure may be caused by strikes, fire or other calamity not possible to be avoided, the only deduction that shall he made, shall be the proportional part ef the contract price fer the tisne of failure. The purchaser Is to furnish and maintain at his expense, meters of standard make to all consumers ef light nnd power. The purchaser shaN, at Ms expense, furnish the necessary wiring for connecting with Use street service tine to the consumer's residence and place of business, provided the residence and place ef business is not more than SO yards from ike street servlee line; the consumer to pay for wires ami poles for all dls. tances in excels of the akl 50 yards, ami all eonsttmers to pay far nN k side wiring. SECTION No. 4. July Leads In Suicides. Tho rates charged under this franchise for olectric lights and power The moiiiii in Mrli the largest numto the inhabitants of said City shall not be in excess of the following: ber Of UlC des iMViirs Is July. Persia have always been eaten by the natives ut these parts fur their health giving properties. Earth Eaten as a Cure. Certain soils In llussla, India uud Assures Spick and Span Sink. I sink. With a goo I friction soap and stiff bristled brush I ke the uccomp.iny 4" Ing tltiistrntloll the dltllctllty of the task Is n Moved, und u SOAP NEEDED IN HOUSEHOLD sink Is the result Amount May Be Cut Almost in Half by Careful Use Keep In Dry Place If Possible. AW Aomi The amount of soup required In u household may utmost be cut 111 half by careful use. Keep u box uheud, cut bars In two, remove Iroiu the box und pile In u dry plaie if psMalble, (irecu soap U Used up twlie us fast us the seasoned bars. .Never allow It to soak u great In a door pall, tub or dl.lipaii but very common vvmie. To save soup and cleun your bauds, try putting clean scraps of ilr 'ullet soap through the food choppei utlttg the lies I plate. Mix one part of the (Hiwdered koap with four parts of corumeul. Another good way to remove Mu.'ba frout the bunds und to keep them soft Is to use cornmeat snd vinegar and rub tlioroughly. Or try conervlni; ip o washing the bauds with u It Is gritty of cornmeal. enough tn remove the dirt and leave tho bands suit uud white. 11 tublo-ssxinf- dfc House too long i.iay l Scraiutw. l eggs ure dellcloiu erve-- l Altll Utm. .'tis, s liread k nge tli .t sets tho least bit m iur, When lard bus been spilled on wou-dah cold water on to prvvent the grease from souLIng In. To keep sandwiches fresh wring out a napkin In hot wilier, wrap theui In It and put In a cool place. When cutting 'nolen.il oti (he bias It Is the purt of vvIvIkui to lay the goods siiioothly on u sewing table. 11 ti. If necessary, ho i avoid a danger from sllplng or pullluf. lights ir cents per kilowatt hour with n discount of 10 per cent, if the bill Ij rendered and paid at the end of each month, or by the 10th of the next succeeding month; thus making the rates for lights, If so paid 13's cent per kilowatt hour, the minimum charge to be $1.25 per month per meter; for electric power 12 cenU per kilowatt hour with a 10 per cent discount if the bill i.s rendered and paid at tho end ef each month cr by the tenth of the next succeeding month, thus making the power rate if .so paid 10.8 cents per kilowatt hour. The minimum charge for newer $1.50 per month per meter, and $1.00 it is to be the for ench horse power or fraction thereof connected. i.uty of the purchaser of this franchise to render bill for light and power to all their customer monthly and not later than the 3rd of the month. The rates and charges to the City shall not be In exces of the following: The rate for pumping the City water $150.00 per month. For street and alley lights $1.50 per month per light. The lights ued on the puuht square in sa J City to be 100 candle power and the lights us.il on t ie streets nnd alleys to be 80 candle power and maintained so as to give the maximum camlle power as rated on the lamp made by stundaru manu fuctururs. The purchaser shall keep in repair and furnish the aid street lights nnd replace the lamps with new lamps whenever any of same fail to furnish good light of normal standard power, all of which is to be done at purchaser' expense, and purchaser to furnish as few or as many lights at the same rate as the City may desire. The above rates shall be in effect during the entire term of this franchise but they may be, at the end of two years, from the date that this franchise goes into effect be either lowered or raised by the City, through its board of Council, in the following aid City Council may adopt a resolution cltlnir said purchaser manner to appear before it, Ut show why said rates all or any of rae should not be lowered, or said purchaser may file with the City Council a petition for a revision of all or any of said fates and charges. In either event a schedule of rates and charges which ahall be fair and t'r himself doth In working evil for Tea Dally Thought it man work evil others, I leshxl. Firm Supplies Tea 300 Years. U still being supplied by one London firm to the descendants o their customers of :usj years ugo. Powder, An odorless Mtuder, slightly soluble n water, which It Is claimed makes bus been produced toot n (Senium roiiHtii). Moth-Proof moth-proo- shoe. Orlrjn of "Man of Striw." The term " man irf straw" comes to us from the tluie when there wiu a class of ieroit who attetMlwt tho law courts prepared to give evidence In any cuitse to utiy effect for u consideration. To Indicate their profession they wore wlps of straw In their Caffeine P'om Holly, One spis los i f AwiIchm holly has been found to contain large amounts f carreiue. us much as one uud a .sir per cent of the drug Mm from dried leuve. d Shickls for Prisoners. When It necessary tn take criminals on long Joiirne)M by train constant Osllntice Is required In prevent uttempta to esi'iiM. Now, however, I'lipulur Mugnslne describes a ".buckle which should discourage this quite effectively. It consists of a MMjnd steel ring which tits loosely around the uuklu uud u separata steel bousing that goes under the fool and supports the weight of the ring when the wearer I sitting or standing still. "Animal Holidays." e left MMtsue, Japan, t y steamt er, an on buunl the vsnsel told me ut tho eiisloiii of giving boll-dato oru and hones. The villagers carefully brush Ibelr unlmuls, decorate them, n ml lead tliwn to (Mtsture where, telherisl o tUni iittuihed to a long rope they way gnue together " Umduii Telegraph. js pleas-antly.- Jjpjntti the summer foliage, which drowned (hat music, about the gmore when the tree were In leaf. ,u Wuihurln Helfhts It always sounded on ulet days following m great thaw or a se.v mhi of kle.idy raln.-i:- mly Itronte. Rllmmertou chus' ML were still rmstng; und then full, mellow Mow of the beck In the valley mine soothing on the ear. It was a sweet (substitute for the yet absent murmur of Moors. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 27, BUCKEYE I 922 ASSIGNEE SALE The undersigned as assignee of Lydia on B. McKechnie will Saturday, Aug AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. public auction the following personal property:' 5th at culti- on the farm of said McKechnie, near Marcellus, Ky., sell One Deering Binder, (nearly new), mower, plows, vators, blizzard cutter, gasoline engine and feed grinder, drillvroller, corn planter, cutting harrow and numerous tools, also one automobile, one sow and pigs, 3 brood (will farrow in about li weeks), and one aged mare. wheat small sows, TERMS OF SALE: All sums under .$20.00 cash in hand, over that amount on 3 months time with good surety drawing 6 per cent interest from date. Said sale is made pursuant to order of Garrard County Court. Jas, A. Beasley, Assignee Kay and family. spent Sunday with friends. ami Mr. R. W. Sander Miss Hernlce Teater pcnt part of Mr. Dan Hay sold a emv to Mr. Jr Sunday anil Sunday evening lat week with Mrs. Hugh Moberley. Fox. Mr. ad Mm. L. T. Hradshaw and fam- j Master Clyde and Carter Howard, ily, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Itankln, of M K. Denny. Dentist, Central . of Madion lit. Danville, Dr. and arc w.th thHr ortl Bidding, Lancaster. Mr. J. K. Kdwardi It. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley. daughters, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mr an! Mrs. Hay and ran, and Little Anna Faye Dailcy arrived Mr. L Nol. of JrMamlne mm-ty- , were n Lexington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ujrttm anJ Thursday morning. July 18th., to Mr N'ath Bagic, of Lantaster, ha mahe her future home with Mr. ami ' daughter. Anna Klrarce. hern vintinjr Mr. J, T. Hill. Mr. Wilhert Daltey. ' M Or Tanner vMted Mrs. Mai Mr. and Mrs. KUiw McM.llian COY Carter from Friday until Monday. I at u?per Saturday winting Mr. and Mr. Snn., Mr. and Mr. James SNudiwa nnd of Bourne, Mr. Jerry Watkin U m th s tk dftMgfctor, Jarne Charlotte. have n ,iting Mr. and Mr. Dan' Ikt. Hay. Mr. and Mn. Clyde Simp, Mr. K. Denny, Ml. Mayme Sebastian i t4tk at M.lltrllding, Dentist, Central Itec-or- d Pnwell and on. spent from SnUirfay lu ntil Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ac the home of hr sster, Mn. Walter Ml Sure Batten I? visiting her me Henderson, near V!c!wIiv1llo. Grow. Mw- - A"ron SWon. Mr. and' Mrs Klbert Teater nnd Mr. and Mr. KM Dane, and fa.:"un, Mrt- - Wolon Ilurke In Wsltint; iMiWy, Mr. Cay Prie ily pent Sunday with Mr. ami Mr. and children, in J examine county. pent a dellgntful week-enj relatlviOncar Hay. with Mr. FrJeni of Mr. C. M. Moberler are and Mr T. K. Price at Paint Uck. Hev. V. S. SeMilanJ. of . wa a ruet of "pr n,'r M' ' !M,me Dl,t'! Mr. and Mr. Blijah MeMitHan nnd and Mr. J. F. ' Master Hnlman .1. Mc.Mllllan nnd I'ri. e n Fnilay. Mit Ora I'rather pent Saturday Harrison Lilian! Dailey, were dinner Mr. and Mr. John Hill pnt Run-da- y with Mr. ami Mr. HebU Ilread-l- u ami Sunday in I.ancatrr and attend- guest Sunday of Mr. and .Mr. Dan Hay nnd Mr. Harrison Hay. ed church. and attended church here. Medame Minnie and Lewi McMr. D. D. Duiran, of (icorfretown, Clara I'arrifh and Ilernice Mie with Mr. and Mr. Culley and Ottis and Andrew StotU, Whittaker, of MAiHfon county, have pent the week-en- d Mose nnd Harrison Hay, Lewi Mur-ph- y Ja. I. Sander. been vi:Uj: MIm Lucille Sander. and Mi Jessie H. Hay spent n Mr. ami Mr. Walker Hurdettel Mr- Flora Lone and Mr. Leila pleasant day with Mrs. Sim Hay WedWalker and daughter, of Lancaster. "'"'nt Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Hill nesday. pent Sunday with Mr. W. P. Long. Whittaker at Hyattville. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley re,r' nnd J!r'- - John Hnmm, of Mt. Hev. and Mr. J. F. Price and fam- -' turned home Thursday from Richly. were entertained at dinner Sat- -' ,,l'uron 'Pent Saturday and Sunday mond, where they had been with their urday at the home of Mr. T. C. Jen- - with J,r' Wooden Ilurke nnd fam- - daughter, Mr. Fred Howard, who uni kin. derwent an operation at the Gibson .Mr .and Mr. Huford Crow and .M Martha Curtl. of Bryant- hospital for gall stone. The last reville returne home Monday after a baby are tpending a few day with port was that Mrs. Howard I doing Ia,tl'r' parent, Mr. and Mr. viiit to Mle SalMe Lou Teater anil nicely, her many friend are glad to ."m C!oue. Kthcl Hay. know. Rev. D. D. Ducan, of Georgetown, Mr. Oldham Doty and Mil Mar-carat Doty, of Hichmond, were the will begin a lerle of mii-tinSome men make the money and KueU of their fter, Mr. T. S. Pie-ra- tt this place Aug. Shth. Mr. Diigan i their wives wih they eould spend It. well known here being pastor two lat week. We all believe in pulling together years anil made a great host of Mr. and Mr. Tiblen Hoover when we want the other fellow to friends while here. Sunday at dinner. Mr. and help us out. Mr. Crceil Simpaon and ion, Hev. WOLF TRAIL and Mr. J. F. Price. If a fellow succeed in making u think it is so he i a diplomat. If he Thi it the month to return your njement- - Kvery property owner Mi H.Agne Hay i vis.ting Mis fail, he is merely a bluffer. Ray. nnd male citizen 21 year of ace, In Beauty f face appeals to the eye, Mr. Leslie Delaaey' eldest ttm is darrard county i requested to come while beauty of (oul enthrall the on the ick list. to my office and jrive me their a. heart. No wonder we are heart and Mr. Abe Hurtnn is visiting rela-t.v- e soul for the women. T. Scott. Tax Com. A. ement. in Madm-n- . Mr and Mr. L L. Sander and A cae of "Old Crow" wa recentM. K. Denny. Dentist, Central Recon. of Crab Orchard, Mr. and Mr. ly raffled off, and when the stampede It. for chance has subsided, and the Foret Curti and family, of Bryants-vill- ord Building, Lancaster. Mister Kyle Ray McCulley is at- winner opened up the case, he found Mr. and Mr. T. H. Edward, of Marcellus, Mr. and Mr. Clarence tacked with a severe cold. himself poeed of a very nncient McCulley have been visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley rooster. .Mr. grand-par-!eni. Hiram 0er - d Hi-y- et e e, Robinson & Kaull'man, Attys. for Assignee. "In order to do the liet work ,n avmc plant food, the cover cr J' muit be eeded a early a pos (m Thi make it HM.ble to ave tut Crops Sheep Profits jtlant food that would otherwise bU through the action of the w.tr UtMtd prlt. thut have been mode, leret n he use of rover croft fall rain." from sheep in Kentucky during tltej,,, rteld from ertin nml UH year are hrld create n marked ji,,ne,iBg during the w.nter continue MT. HEBRON intend among farmer in the value i , Kr-- W , many .ruoH of the of purebred ram. for tloek improve- - state at th Knturky hnrel season M. K. Denny, l)entlt. Icntral H . mNt .according to I.. J. llorloeher, j,rMKr. and Held are left mire. It worK Bl th 1 ol according o I!. B. Stewhensoti. ex ord Bnibling, Iiiicnter. a charge of lege, of AgmnUure. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. l)ean have pur Numerous in-- , twtw4H .socialist in MtiU from the sulrlws are being reewved from Ir-- , (Vlleg Calmwny r hosed a new Ford touring car. of Agriculture. recent erf In dmeront section if th' btatc county farmers are the vesuna iJiiu- - .Aite mikikc is u, join th movement, plan spending the week with lona Mont requesting the college an. I county agricultural agents to tbm in having been tnrtod in that county to gomery. finding )UMbrd ram that can be every tobacco field covered with Mr. and Mrs. W. .V. Grow, of Poor purchased for use during the Kiwing crop during the winter. Ridge, were guests of Mr. ami Mr, i, breeding emn, he said. Ram wll be uod in practically all W. L. Grow Friday. the type desired are scarce and in- - eHe except where wheat u crown as Mrs. Sallie Jennliig. of Lexington, IWatlwn are that price for them rej;uWir farm erp ami ee.le,l after pent a part of last week with her hitrh, he addtI. will be rather 'tttbarco. Farmer in the county who sister, Mr. A. S. Dean. cover crop Heparin beiiiK received from coun- -' never befor hail Mr. Johnson Speake and family, of 1,(100 acrt of rye ty asent In varitw iection of thel'an tjear elel State are roiuidered Kd Indication for tht purpose and n attempt will near Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Speake. of the rapM way in which many farm- be made thU yoar to have the acre-e- r Mr. and Mr. M. L. Montgomery. are replneini: the erub ram onji:e .ncreed. Mr. II. - Thompson nnd daughter, ieed-de- n with purebred. Crltten- their fnrmi "Kvery bare field hould be , the fall to ome crop that will Mis Velmn, were In Lexington Mon,,, county farmer who are atiriK with County At;ent John It. protect the oil from and day. eroaion Mlsse Klva Jennings nnd I. cola Spencer are carrying out an intentive leaching during the winter," Mr. campan for the Introduction of Stephen-tosay. The more sloping Stone spent a part of last week w.th more purebred ram in thit section the bind and the looser the soil the friends at N'icholasville and Sulphur of te State. Hampshire seem to be!j.r,,ter will be the need for protec- - Well. Messrs. Kil Grow and L. K. Speaks in demand, order for 15 registered tioti of thi kind. ram of thi breed having been made "Tobacco fields furnhh a good ex- - delivered to V. A. Lear wome cattle up to the present time. ample of the kind tha tare parllcu- - Friday at price from SVi to Three purebred ram of the Hump-- . birly in neoi of ome growing crop per lb. breed have been ordered by Llv-- j for protection during the winter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jennings, of ingston county farmer, according to , Tobacco is carefully cultivated, not Nicholusville, were guest of their County Agent L. C. Pace, who adds R m.Vl ,g allowed to grow and the daughter, Mr, twine Montgomery, that several more probably will be soil i left fine and mellow. When Wedntuduy, placed in the county. H. A. Whaliii, fall and winter rain come, the wa Miss Allelic Sherrow entertaine I County Agent of Ballard county, has ter llovv unrotnrded over the mellow at n croquet "party Saturday aftera request for an extra good Hamp-hir- e surface taking with it the rich sur- noon at the home of Mr. and Mr. ram while II. J, Childer. Mar- face soil tlwt contains the manure Orbin Thompson. A (urge crowd in ion county ugeut, reports that an- ami fertilizer which were applied tended and all enjoyed the afternoon other purebred Southdown recently to the Trowing tobacco crop. ha been added tu the purebred ram "Much of thi los can be prevent Don't talk. Say something in- already in thut county. oil by seeding n fall crop such u stead. In Wayne county, County Agent wheat, barley or winter oat whic Young men of wisdom don't go out II. J. Hayes, together with a num- are successfully grown In certain section of the State. Hye mid vetch, looking for positions. The jobs ber of farmer who are money. are putting on u campaign for the ami sometime crimson clover, ab)o exare used successfully. Rye t use uf more purebred ram. Avoid reminding others thut you are popular In that county tremely dependable and when seeded have sense. If they can't discover it, III view of the fact that they have wit vetch make an unsurpaiwed cov- it is not worth finding. demonstrated their superior ability to ering regardless of whether or not If some people would pay more atImprove the common mountain sheep. it I used for grilling or later turned It I pos!ble thut several Humboul-le- t under as a green munure. One tention to the middle they wouldn't ram will be used ill that county bushel of rye and 10 to -- 0 pound of have so much trouble In making the vetch an acre is i( good rate of seed- - end meet. thi fall, he said. Purebred Rams In De- - Harvesting Speeding up Interest in Cover mand With Good mir prtt PiUic Sale As administrator of J. B. Guyn, deceased, I will at his late residence on the Wallaceton pike, one and one-hal- f mile from Paint Lick, on i : mt illa ll. ue uil - Tuesday, Aug 1st, AT 9 O'CLOCK sell the following property to-wit:- I- i tict. One good family mare, S years old; three good work mules from 3 to G years old; three cows and calves, good milkers; four yearling steers; one brood mare with colt by side. One cutting harrow, one Index cutting box and other farm tools. SOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE, SUCK AS TABLES, SIDEBOARD, DRESSERS, 5 BED STEADS AND ESTAY ORGAN. Also a lot of other household and kitchen furniture too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Ram-bouilet- U J. W. aUYN, Admr. W .T. King, Auct. J. B. GUYN PAINT LICK, KY. OF 1 Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 27. 1922 Hypnotizing Anne Br CLARA BORDEAUX STOPS LATE TUBER ROT Destructive Disease of Potatoes Can Be Controlled by Thorough Spraying. SELLING VALUE DELAFIELD plump, uncomely, aud a cblldlcn widower. Por lt month' Cyrus Hogg had out twlde the Widow I'orter every Matuher .knit nml rity nlKlit, watchln yearning to take that fair, plump IiuimI nml hoi J It foroTer. In The Widow Porter had one tpec'"! virtue, alio had Inherited eight thousand dollar from the Into Kphrnlin I'orter, whoso virtue aro recorded mi Miuiirtsh lab with rounded corners, standing holt upright, and migrated ery large, iw a tint to ho mled when it certain trumpt-- t aound. Cyrus Hogg had had twehe thousand oncu. That MB before the atuah. llallhurton l'eliln uu I lie shrewdeat company promoter that eter came, out of Cyru. Ilgg homo town, which had siren birth to several. It wna aiupected thut more than one of tho homo folki had lieeti atung hy I'ekln'a land scheme. Hut they kepi rery, very quiet. CyrtM did anyway. Nobody dreamed that liU twelve tliiMiii'l had gone Into bog somewhere boltomleii l'eliln' down Hi lower rewrite of tho Mlls-alppHut after Hint the Widow I'orter neeliled like a ripe, aound peach, a little too IiIkIi on th tree. Wo now slilft to Monleur Klenzar, t one night In the hypnotist, win) Kanner Kll Jenk'a burn, at twenty-fhrent' a heitd, and hold lit audience spellbound. How they laughed when mean old Kbeuezer llrlgg hiimlel out million-dollHbill to all anil ultidry! Wlnil rutin of laughter went up to the out Infeoted rafter when old JItw seventy-fou- r and lame. up nml down tho plunk", under the lniprelon llwl die mi criwHttu Niagara on n tlght-no,-What nxir rowunhl when the Itov. Ititlu Spnitt, uln hud lmnutli-lemlent hlmelf to the braced n dozen iitHi existent wUe. In the belief that he wa the Crutid Turk At the end Monsieur Hleiiuir Nteip.-forward. "What 1 Irnve dviie," he wild, "any man mil do. It I nut the tlrtue In hi, It I n power MiMei by nil." Cyril How did not remember the rent of Monsieur Kle.unr' Npeerli, hut he remembered the method that he had ilted. And thut night n wild hope wan horn In him, und the next Satur-danight he atd ti the Widow Port. stK-ne r ! d UUi. CwrUht. lilt. Wt Anno Porter wii forty, plump, como-Ij- r, nml a wlilow, Naturally olio hud suitor. Hat Anne Porter proposed to surrender tier liberty to no man, mil even to Cyrus Hoggs, who win fifty ipf Why We Handle and Recommend Crown Gasoline And Other Standard Oil Products bi the first place, there's none better made hy anybody, anywhere. If there were better, we know that the Standard would have it. With the universally acknowledged responsibility, the unsurpassed equipment and cooperation of so great a public service institution as the Standard Oil Company (Ky.) to back us up in any statement we make, and in the service we give, we know that we canand will, give you the most for your money in every purchase of gasoline, motor oil or any other Standard Oil product. We don't try to "spoof" you into trading with us by mere assertions and technical terms. We "deliver the goods" because veVe got the goods to deliver. Crown Gasoline is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard Oil Company, incorporated in Kentucky, from whose great modern refinery at Louisville, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, bpqt bv every test rrr'',,c?' tv'o o':nrT--ro,- e' :..ivl 'n1 safe. "ockc rj. .. Dc?.I ..! for $ un-pr1nli-v"- for! IS LOWERED Alt regions Are SubJet to Allmtnt Whin Molit. Cool WJthr Pre. vails During Orowlng Sss. on Sctlont AltKttd. kr f Il'l.p.l..! Ttie ileotmcllve late Might of tatiM.. which. In addition to attarkliu a nt of the tutierx, tlH tp4, raue ran h controlleil hy praylng with tlHl Arlillur "I'l" tWp4tml I tmnlenut mlJture. department I'lr-t Tuler Hot of the lar ZiK Ute-ltllgh- l'e-kl- u Potato, hy O. Slelr, !trge State ..rrtlc department th the United luel hyAurlculturO, of and meant of K. K. Link anl V. illfi!e Spratng PotJto V ntt n Fitld With Oordtaui Mi.tur. CMi't'l'Iri I' wimir Tt p cMiii-le'i- r ! r, lt. I . d'- - ty to field. U ! i heir truMlt. r In nt.irnee Changtt Into Otciyed Mm In the Mrly atagr of the dl"J the tter are marknl with hptwHUh or purplish t't which Uter hconi ali au of'en In "You wasn't at the show- - lat Tuesday, wa you, Mr. Porter? Say, you ougliter have xeen ll! (o iliirn II, I nearly split my utiles with luughlng. l.et ine ahow you, Mr. Porter.' "Oh. pleuse do. Sir. Hogg," uld the widow, looking up from her knitting. "May I hold your hand. Mr. I'orter Jeat out of Mctentlllc feelings? You see, I tako It eo, nnd I look Into your I eyes. Now watch mo steadily, Now your so. make three passe-eyea cIoe." And, hy heck, tho Widow Porter' eyea closeil. Cyru HogK felt nil the thrill that comes to n mnitcrful man. "You rnti't open "em." he aald. "I cun't open them," repeated the Widow Porter, softly. "I am your muster," said Cyru s ter: CROWN HoRS'. "You are ray mailer,' whl'pen'i the Widow Porter. "You love me," aald Cyru' Horgn, feeling an oxtraonllnary mhi'o of kiw-e"You'vo ulway loel me, only jou'te been hldltitf your feellnc out of coynem." "I've ulwuya lovel you," iuunnurel tho Widow Porttr. "You're fat tuleep now, and )et you can eo iiie," 'aid Cyru Hous'. "You can aeo the love llnht In my up you will eyes. When you reo me a' the handoiuet mull you've ever wen. You will b cruiy to marry mo. You will marry me m ko..ii iu It can be done." "I sliull murry you tomorrow," the Widow Porter, and Cyril' IkKK wa nxhoiit at the nuecei that lie w lived hi' hand attended htm. acroM the wbiw's fuce. "Wako up, und remember Jennie,' ho ald huaklly. The Widow Porter opened her eye. dared, und Muni; her arms about neck. "I lovo you, Cynw," ahe murmured tremulously. "I cannot conceal my feellnci any longer. Slay I he your'" "You may, Jennie." responded Cyru' ns ho embraced her. "Ob. Cy, It'a llko a miracle." aald tho Widow llogtf. "I've been no mlv a ereblo with that wretche-- l Sir. taking uiy eight thouiand dollar for his tcbetuea, and I don't heller penny of It ayaln, and If It I'll ste hadn't been fur a strong man's lors that come nlonif when llfo neeme-r. whU-ix;reCy-ruPe-kl- STANFORD AND LANCASTER. KY. GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS S. It. Foley, Hackley, Ky. Conn & Conn, Lancaster, Ky. Little & Kamsey, Manse, Ky. Bailey Garage, Stanford, Ky. T. K. Kuhlman, Lowell, Ky. Watkins Motor Co., Stanford. Ky. O. N. Hatfield, Ileitis, Ky. Alison Conley, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard Sprinio Hotel Co., Crab OrWright & Noe, Stanford, Ky. chard, Ky. J. U. Lawrence, Stanford, Ky. W. C. Cummin, I'reachersvllle, Ky. Stanford Service Station, Stanford. Ky. Service Garage, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. M. SanJera & Son, Marksbury, Ky. W. G. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. K. C. Howling, Duena Vista, Ky. A. K. Albright, Urodhead, Ky. Win. Simpon, Teatenvllle, Ky. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS Patrick & Son, Paint Lick, Ky. Haielden Bros., Lancaster, Ky. Anderson Bros., Stanford, Ky. J. S. Skinner, Marcellui, Ky. Crab Orchard Stotor Co., Crab Orchard, Ky. Becker Si Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. T. It. Taylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. Noah Marsce, Jr., Bryantsville, Ky. Gass Bros. Garage, Brodhead, Ky. J. E. Anderson, Point Leavell, Ky. POLARINE DEALERS Scott Bros., HyatUvIlie, Ky, Askins & Moberly, McCreary, Ky. vhnmkrit. ilarki-- r cdrrl. and Anally ilanrtvi purptUh Mark. In the tulwr nirtlrat- -i rhatue Into a ThN rot wrfnklrd, dMe. the way for harterta and fundi oK-Ut fungt that work more rnpldly region are ul All to the dlene when ery tnoUt. nxit weatlMT (iretalt during the (row Ing M'.m. It freuently In, erere fmi In the New Knglamt tale, adjacent Canda. and the I'u get Sound dltrlt. and te frequent ly. ihitiigh often In eere form. In .NVw Vnrk. New Jerey. I'ennjylranla,' Ohio. Michigan. VIrnnln. Mlnneta, Iowa. In the mountain dltrtct of the and In eaMern and western Florida on the early crop, lmur Control In Field. Since the tulier rot Impair tlon, the rhance of eriirlug a good land are greatly lncnaed hy plant-Jnonly dleae-frveeil. hut the only method to I mure rontml In the hy praylng with bordeatii Held I mtiture (S M)iind of copper ilphate. T gallon of MMind of tone lime. water). To get goo. remilt the plant IhmiM he xprnjed tHroiighl)' and u that they will at alt time he nnered with a thin tllm of apray tjr n m. ixitatit-sritwln- s J1 iH-- tte, e mhtHre It I not adilahle to dig a neli while the ot I wet. hilt at time It may le meenry to do In order to nvt a iart of the eroji. thosgh tho r!mwv of lo.tng mwh of It are gnat. If tHlr in trnit.lt or trage are kt;pt drj- and at hetween ,15 degree nild tH degree I the dNHe will dexelop little or nut at all Copies of tl.e circular may he had free hy writing to the IVxirtment of .Agriculture, Vahlngton ! C tewin-mtHr- WAY TO CONTROL COCKLEBUR First essential Is to Prtvent Wstd From Maturing Sod Shading Crops Alto Htlpt. MrM lfc aLaaBaBaBHc pre cut turn The trol I llngr "N-- worthies what'a the matter, said dar Cyrus nothing, dirllns." The Star Wltnasa. MYoa can't go la here," said the doontiec r. eternly. not" asked the prosperous- lookjii cltUeo. Is In InTettlfatliif cotnmltte aeulea." "8am dm. I'm the porson they're iamttfetlaf." Btralngbiia Collide agronomy ilupartment. This fuctor, at '10 per cent bearded wheat when-- nt Klutz It not bearded. no doubt, hut contributed toward the low yleldi which have been obtained "In the Purchase section of Wet. Pure tern Kentucky, where carlots of in ome section! of the State. teed Invariably yield higher than a wheat seed are purchased from Ml mixture of several strains, ho added, souri, the inspection showed that "At the preient time, seed from fields town with teed tuppoied to be Aihland, the new pedigreed and high pure Klutz contained 30 to 40 per yielding variety developed at the cvnt bearded red chaff and about 20 Kentucky Auricultural Experiment per cent bearded white chatf. Of Station, Is the purett to be found in the remaining 10 to SO per cent, at the State. Despite the wide dlttribu.J least half of it was found to be tlon of this strain over Kentucky, an i amooth red chaff wheat. inspection of 00 fields of it during the' "In Todd, Christian and Logan nhowed that It con-- t ned lets than one per cent of any ther wheat in nine out of every ten Contain Had Mixture of Varietirt i Held where It wnt k'rown. '"itt Central Kentucky where seed wheat sown The majority of Klutx wheat it crown, nc in Kentucky during te Inst yvar hut been a m.xiure of tree or more vurie-tt- tual t'ounU niaile till summer thuw. accordini; to Itulph Kunney, a ed that wheat reed purchnied under member of the of Agriculture the nainu of Klutz contained ut much Kentucky Wheat hut In Southwestern counties, locuted Kentucky where Gill wheat I. popular, this variety, although perhaps pure at one time, was found to con red chntf ti'in Hi! per cent smooth wheat of which i tie half or more wua of an early May vuriety. e, Poor Seed Bed Lower Average Wheat Yields The tO.yeur average yield of wheat In Kentucky is only 12 buihel an acre, crop specialists soy, Such low yielda seldom are profitable and in many cases do not even pay the labor Poor cost of producing the crop. roils, fungus diieates and Insects have been given as some of the main causes for the low yields. ' In addition to these causes, poorly prepared seed beds contribute toward cutting down the amount of grain to a firm bed. that is harvested, according to U. K. Stephenson, ugronomy specialist of he Co"ege of Agriculture A portion of the Kentucky wheat crop it seeded on corn ground, part of it after toburc, cowpeus and toy bean and n part of it ufter wheat, oats or clover, iu which cue the land must b broken und prepared before ceding When land U broken for wheat, the plowlntr should be done early in the season. This ulves time for the soil to settle und become firm, this point belnjf especially important since wheat does not thrvle In a freshly prepared, looms seed-bed- . Where wheat follows oats, the plow. In should be done 'immediately af. ter the oats crop is removed. As soon as it has been plowed, the soil hould be harrowed ami worked down In pretetit the weed from maturing seed. If the Inflated field I In corn, the cullltiilloii iiiimi ho careful, killing all the plant. Milhlo with the cultltutor ami llnUhlng the other hy hand or with the hoe shndlng crop help to control the weed. Such crop as Sudan gru, Mirghum ami even toy bean and ehner will reduce the hum. A badly InfeMed Held or part of a field can he mowed and burned. Pence row and other watte place should he watched for atmy plants which will mature needs unless attended to. Tldck-gpiwlnG eentlnl In oieklebur con- IS PROFITABLE Work May B Dona on Rainy Days Whsn Farm Hands Are Not Labor- Ing In ths Fields. la very profitable work when It tain und the hand are not In tho fields. Hy getting boya, men und dog lu line It I sometimes possible to destroy a number of rata. Tho may be dug out of hole, atruw atarka ncmirred. nihhU'i pile retimed ami war wugetl against tho fleeing rats. Then after many are killed, follow up with other measures, audi as traps, poisoning, etc The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 27.' 922 1 FOR LILY Dy JACK It L AWT ON BURLEY MEN FILE MARKETING SUIT Fayette Farmer Is Charged With Contract Violation Hy Growers' Body . 1 va med for its for more than 50 years Budweiser Everywhere AHMrt'ril DUttlbutor MtlWrl, INC, ST LOUIS liuiie iirlti ti.i rit he had d dinner. So ho dropied Into hla fuvi.rlte holt I und eateil hliwelf at hla nreuMomed tuhle. Suniniful In hi ehoren profeMirj of law. Harris vtua rtlll not happy; life, run Its pleawitit ihne, pniMil i)lni'flrilliie. A u hoy he had hron Joyouly ailvtiiturnun; now lit dny l were a tlreome routine. He Idly how Utw, too, had pneil hlin hy; purely he tmil nut innny women, and fair, lie hint to hl rlii'p and eoffee, and when araln he rtiUed hU eye a younc woman wn rented hefore htm. Tlie waiter eatne to take her order: he waved him nlinot Impatiently alde. "I came here to ieok to this cetllle-ninn- ,fhe raid. Coldly Mti ritlve, Ilor-rlleaned forward. "You nlhed to tne7" he sruilirlmrly. n mMter of lmlnea, yen." Tlie yount; wnmnn HiikI up abruptly. "1 uiut aak you to come with tae at once to draw up n will for a dylnc man." In Ida liep-leewon-derii- Uniei. Ctrrtfbt, Htl, W'ur li was nirly luliluldit whin Duvld Harris rttun.ed to the city, and hun Sir mndc him owore of the fact Hint Nrrr CASE TO TEST VALIDITY awt a Lexington, Ky. Wat it aid to Srt tep taken by the Hurley Growers' Aiiocinlion In enforcing lt marketinjr agreement and cenlrnct with mmbrs. has taken the farm of n law ruit araintt (iar-re- tt Wottr, a wealthy Fayette County farmer. The suit allege contract violation on the part of Mr. Watt, particularly, that he failed to make a promised delivery of more than 70,000 pound of tobareo to the fiMocintion; that he delivered only 3,660 eund, and asks Lfor damage to the um of f3,C0O. with attorney' feer of 11,000 add tlonal. It is rahl that both the damage and the are provided for n the awec.ntien'x contract with ' be the fc-o- 1 a Il & lisi l:W&:r Kji -- : I, M-- member. Much Comment on Cate Mr. tt'aU had been te the race at I.atonin today and wai on hi way back home when a Deputy Shi-ril-l T"n tke dryly: ermltted to know my pro4rthe cllent'r namer "(Vrtaltily. the cM nniiwered hruniuely. "Jamea A. Sterllnc." Tlie lawjer'a ijutek dance tpobe I'nvtd Itarrla I "And am Crab Orchard Bottling Co Crab Orchard, Kentucky J Sterllnc wan of late the rinillnc mhlle. Tlie name of Jiitao A. wHI known to It had been Jut two )nr nc that the finaneler dlonnil hl only oi. hecnue that younc man dnnil the old rtnn'a ehnnnltiR recrnnry In marriage. And when Jack Sterllnr had Irwn literally forced from M home, e mclety had next lieesi Khocked to hear of the elder Sterlings John Woolman. Fans Carried Irto cattle own marr.ai.-- tn the cono!cd and am .ulij react) Up hellettd li st t'oMiog ron-ace Tlila yoanp ilip witness fir Itn 'f in the heart of Mtloti tn the ! uo if 3 alt wa ald to rule her asel of nil imr rirrlolihat thes are i. i..!f t mmI home with a hlch haml. to the ular with wer" kw ii fit'Mi and esorr . barrier of pride anil InnMinn-o- t almot of his crlpiile! The i vteit Justified Cttlltv! that ova the art.xn . ..r MlKahok. daurhter. emifldirwe ; wlncver lie went, with M them Ik wo hattxi Uly. In her Imlnted room of the old hard Marls were Kiftri.nl, avarice tin other The fa inns wu earrli-more Isolated. l'on ut iwr ami pride of opinion mannlon. anil ! them lata battle. f Unt. thoe rare ixvnrlon. when her fatluT his gate waj vlnltiil her his Impatlcaee of aome fa Whtltlor Unjiva. clod nrrtert on her part wns evident. Ungata. a uerthoaMern territory In Tlieie facta, which Harris hftd the Ijthrador rrn Ar.cients' Wisdom. xdnila. ha learniil at the eluh and read In the . f New Qaet'ec known the terrltoM A great civilization flourished In the newpni-r- . flahel throucti his mind, i twe IWt, when II wi. the taller ii f tlie .Vile some .K) II. C as he honitnted efore hl uninvited protlm-of traits These HgyptlaR worshiped e dung tnWe compntilon. Is h the north of li II.H.wn liay ami iH'etle. the kcural-asinltlj- recog"Kurely Jiuatu Sterllnc James ha) Hti tlx 'lir province nising It scait iigtng lowers. The well fonaerl)' made a will," he mut hac sab!. tl e south. Ktxl of Joeph near the treat pyramid, la of Quebec prIer Tlie jourii: woman nodditl. a the Atlamtle ivean exeat uteil through nearly .Kl feet of 'I east "lie wihi to draw n new one," bay la I thr a " ' t'mnna, mild rock The anclitit Hebrews were eijilalne.1. . puniur Into llmtwm it The ter- the fiHKtdet of real (while The an he folShe looked at ritory has M a. "I 'ITS! iMtr law i if Mixi h(m wa Inmi about low iil toward hack door.htm the II. ('. the flrt hygienic cede ' lt tnlle. ami a p"tltt of "lie l taklucr a cood t heme Hhit Mue kiHiHii. apjily a well today as on, "In the thought alie KUui-- . am! H i' ,wheii Urn .iH)uii.-aied- . people after hl of fntMratlnc fatieral. U ym fcwiw Mr. Sterllnc at u wi he aware of hi crcontrltl-tle.- " all fi i i bearded the train at Pari and rervi-the papers in the suit, which wa fi.td recently in the Ilaurbon Circu t Court. MA PITI7CLUC There ha been considerable comU1111.L11U ment on the part ot berley grower in regard te the alleged action of Mr Watt in brenklag hit contract i.r A Mdlini: his tabaceo over the looie-Jea- f llaon. Step have batm takaa, it was ta.d recently, to b sure that the uit hud tome b4 and that evidence couii Il.nl Breath. Sour Stomach. be adduced to prove the nllegnt.on Sick Hesd-scbof the petition. Aeconlirg to t'ie ttlostinji, Gs. UillouiDcn, Indigestion, Cooilipstion, take ,lgal department ef the aociatic :. the always reliable .that evidence ha been ob'ained ar-the bIipk ef the tuit t the re.uU. Every banker knows how many farmers in his community has used the oats bin as his bnnk'because when the farmer finds his roll of greenbacks chewed to bits he goes to the bank for advice. The farmer seldom says anything about it, because he doesn't want to be ridiculed, and the bank says nothing, because bankers do not talk about business of customers. If you are using the oats bin as a receptacle for your money stop now. Deposit it in our bank. 3 iinnuiiriL Tint AI uniiiii DA ill For Coated Tongue r. Help Wanted, lie "Two can live as cheeply naone and we could start out hy doing light housekeeping." She "That would Im fine If we only knew where we could tlnd a vacant llchthouko." The Word Pippin. I'lppln Ii nn Anglicized form of the inedlcti-Kn tv h wonl pepln. which When an apple lover pro-mi nus ed n new variety he rn't.'d It such-ai- d kuch a cpln. Hence the moilern tenn delimits excellence. t . di l In-nct- i Due Notice Given The petition ttnte- - that due not.ee wa They clear tbc bosrcli, iwcctcn the Horn-sc- b sod tooe up ibe liver. Dooolfripe. 10J Ltbvt Tt-1L Ami. i, C Cl. "Ahrr U ycart' tipfrlenc I wttb allkona d ilkd of csiktrtK rtaifdus, t tos lk I t otsr Cihiti T.blcu, h4 iar . a! I e - ri Un-ru- -- hc-th- sl-u- NEW FARM TRUCKS AND TRACTORS Y oflrr the follow ine new truck ami traa frrclooil on roortciKc AH wr want i to cf niunry Inanri. on Hem Inipcction invitrd opportunity (or dealer NEW-NEVE- STARTLING PRICES ON trrmt. can br Write u, arrancrd A profitable R I1EEN USED FACTORY I'RICnS OUR PRICES $ 125.00 of the formation o fthc asiocintion given to Mr. Watt and a!! other member of the association, and that Mr. Watt, "though able to do o, failed and rcfuieil to deliver to the plaintiff imocintion or to the order of the plaintiff aocirtion or to any wnrehouM.' or plant controlled by the arsociation, or at all, any of the tobacco embraced it defendants' agree ment and application for member 'iWp. The juit. the first of the kind filed aince. the organization of the Hurley ' Asrociation, i most important to that organization, for it surcest or fail ure will show either that it ha or has i not the power to enforce it con tracts by the panishmcnt of thote who mm- - viulnle them. If the suit won by the aouciation, it will .etlie for all timet the tobacco rights that A coui- - whIUmI at the hotel en- .t may be pledged to it for marketing trance. The clrl HtotNiRod the lawyer under th.i nnociation to tep inside, ami took her iilaee nt Plan. the wheel. Harrlo loaned fonnird. "Who." he a'ked harplr. "are jouT" i Stomach Worms Cause Her tone ' "I am Helen Sterllnc" by Many Sheep 1 I Clr. tt McROBERTS DRUG STORE A Sign ef the Time. Woman Is tieer mi happy a when she wants something- Hiii'lity. London. - Dally Thought. Sotae people are so fond of that the) run hnlf way to meet It. rotigli:k lerrold. Definition of Age. becoming anything. Originated In America. Tlie familiar expression "usihI up," for lieluc tlr-- l or exhatiMed. originated In America. The first known use of the phrase. In print, occurs tn 'Sum Slick's "Human Nature," page lfri out, night nrter night, "Well, she got kinder ued up." wt dl firowlnc old is merely too " n procers of iphtktlcated to enjoy rnmi Hie Haltlmore Sun. Green. Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv- I J Tuesday Wedding Barred. In Mexico no enshli girl would content to lie nurried on it Tuodny, r to li- - the unlucklest that la duy of the week for wedding". ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. M. S. i wni. een. Death 5 JOO.OO Midweit Utihtor 2- -1 ton Ace Truck w ith all- weather cab, electric liehu, 52S0O.OO tarter ami pneumatic tire 1 1 ton Diarnund Truck with 240(1.00 cab 4 SOU. 00 ton Indiana, with cab -2 -2 SluSO.OO 1200.00 2KOO.00 15 f. o. b. Several med truck investigation. and tractor alio to be mid Inc . l.ouiillc ery cheap. Worth ELM GARAGK, Addrcn 426 South 17th St. Auent) LOUISVILLE. KY. Hanker but the Wedilmi; bt'ls r ni; mern-yCorns Soon. tHe one rrn of the d'voric cour ery earliest flowers to appear nlmte the (urt't of lentea of that make tin hie notw. ii lijcmi" ear $ay the Ainerlenii l'tiretry Maca-inhouM never make la the hloodrtxit, Younjj people ii tiuiHed lutMMav of the reddiuli yillce Hcht of prey hair. The aud have Hlilili 1'unli front the menu mid learned the follie uf yeuth. nHit stiM'hk wlmii they are liijnriil aud uhlili h nt one tliH u mi I hy the Never tUrt a bad Ury attout anMlMiiitlxil trlhes us Mir iNiliit. Hoanv oae asay other the iwMM aal banr it aula yu. Foolish Nomenclaturt. Sulmt reit Mtwi Uliahle lo UHHiuk, It to the tettiptNllnii lo make Jiikea with I lie Chrtnthin taoir qsmmI rw lieople have t of their rhlhlrell. linttii The .imterM't lomve reslstert (l,nn-dim- , solutUiiv lcnu auhmly thw waats KiuiUihI) lenltry to the exl.t-riii'- e them. of u .Miuerul Wuitirs, u Troty Winter, an Alfteil la)a Weeka. SVhoul teachers arc eontmuully a AkhIii, tlnin la u llu.iy Ji,i.m, u hip nht'int of their time. They ttre i I'.iuilm llnjkUch Uri'l. tin Vim. tunny of tulin. a J H, Ihaih, und un An- - teaching rhlldren at home tht thiiiK they thJuld learn illilllk ( "War Paint" , One of the ' e prn. con-fiu- re-M- potM, kp i Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. PER For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Tre- a. Itarri rat hark MlGly. Helen SterStomacn worm this rummer are llnc wn the natae of the rich ohl causing heavy lo;c in many Ken man's rcheMlac wife. tucky eheep flock, according to in- "Here we are," eulleil his comquinek 4 to the best methods of panion. W arm In her caper-iie- i. j treatment which nre being received She enarht a, the College of Agriculture from aad kmltud at him. Iavtd Harrlit caucbt hl hreath. It farmers in different scctionsof the reported State. One farmer ha Mti mi. then, that "lie won and men. A Mirnw ent throueh the lot of a dozen lamb while an him, and a trnee Mne of los. In other who wished to know what to do the iei'rtet hall of the mansion the for the trouble tinted that he not only t drl Mood. Ilktenlnc. had lost lamb but ako owe. "Yo ee." khe exilnlneil to the law Although rotation of pastures i yer. "I was hpimiI to take the a preventive measure, drenching with nurkoV place for an hour or two commonly known Mr. Sterllnc reo,Heted It. Then copper sulphate, we made our (dnen. 1 have even a at tiluettone, mutt be resorted to become infested wltnekk for the will, ami hU own rec- after the unininl onciled son. ami it pbjkiclan to declare with the worms, accenting to 1 J. l In hU rleht that James Sterllnc Horlueer, in charge of sheep work mlml Tlie will mnt he heyond of a at the college. pound of the pulvvriic-material is "Hlk kav' The tlHWirht came diksolvoii in n pint of boiling water to Harris tlmi Dm nppenl-Incland enough water added to make hle n kwiet woman nt hl nt her aced three gallons. This is sutTicivnt to death to marry her former drench 100 animals, ouch mature heir. loior. the vi sheep being given three and one-hu"Aad what." he aked etirtly, "ahoitt ounce or seven level tcnspoonfuls. lilyr I.iimlu receive half this amount. It Her ei kkilnlsta. the I'lfl turneil tn it aocouary to keep the heup olT aim. kiel" khe asked, feed far - hour before drenching "Why. itna't "it l all for I.Uv that we lwe 4MMel. anil care alo should be taken not We hiixi' to we that l.il cmmu Into to tranule them while the drench her own Hotcu Sterllwe Na an In bsiBg Kiven. creiitun-anMtue Jenhttwy of thi Rotation of pasture hn proved IN her mHaeiice Is um aneiy " value a a preventive measure in ald the liiwyor. "nre tr.aU conducted on the Kentucky Ag Hut Helen SterlllC.,' f the kiime rieulturul Experiment Station funa hutiieliltHC "A am Whenever postible lambs and ewes flrkt name. Ihe Ctrl tW Idm. Jnmen Steriiac'i' nloro aail IJly" com are changed to fresh pasture everj two weekt from the tint of June unimulmi." iHivhl Harris sturtod remlutily up til lamb nre marketed. It has been the ktulrs. found that if the patturee are kept "(.'onie." Ir' wild. In good condition, the infettation will not be as teriou a it is if the grass Willi' Joke. is kept cropped short. "I'n. I k'now why mr dos turn ltape, outs, clover and vetch all round an' round hofore ho He down." make excellent crops for alternating "Why vi. my kimr" with permunent blue grit pattun "So he will sleep like tt top." Limb which are kept free from worm by preventive measure will Tht Nsw Spirit, "lun'l Ihut il new hut HthelV "Yes. be ready for market much earlier dear, mother ImiKsh' It for herself, hut than thaie which are troubled with I latin-encrOne-four- th y ttlan-Hlalf wen u murrled iniin, you would tlnd the subtraction prohlem more kcrlou." Harrington "Tldk tnicthm prohlem a one." Oarrington "If jou Heard In New Yorit. HATFIELD DENTIST Office ovsr Tha Garrard Bank. Phonss Offica S. Rssidsnca 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ore Way t Get Dad Service. Once get n reputation as a chronic kicker and every hudy who has to do anything for you will kco that you get kotiicthtnc more to kick about- .- IVtrolt Tree DR. J. J. BYRNE aRd Gothic. correcting defects Oothlc onllnarlly a n term of reby of proach given to n style of architecture nttlng the of hy the rennlkanre Hrcldtects of the 3)sW proper Slxteenlli century. It was tM,t"hir DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. with some fmm the time It tiecan nhout the Ninth century, and waa Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Ioken of ns the Mdntei style. OEfica Hour 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. l're. afHHK ssSUV BK Hj tak. OPTOMETRIST Prnctice to limited glae. Mdchlteilek was n king of Snlem and "pr!et of the mrwt high (lod.M melitlomil In OeiHl( Ilo met AlirahMiu on his return from tils ,"Prlet of Mott High God." ll:!!. - J. A.Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Olllre Over National Hank. Kesidence I'hone 3. Ollice I'hone 27 LANCASTEIl. KY. lctory oer rtHirdorlaoiiicr and cave t It tit-htm lilcdng, In re- turn. )ar ic A Dialect Story. "H'gorra, It keems there wnnce wur an Olrlshman tutmcd I'at. Wan day he hano walk In the khtn-c- t nnd he xes-It hi frl'ml O'tlmdy with n gurrl. Hat next dav to 'Nn.' ni O'drndy. 'Inf n liiieiin-maih t ah ilntie i you it walkln' with etiihly. Who vim It tint loldyV 'Siiprlkti" an-- , Call sweti-- l OYlrMily, with a rlili brogue,! Slur mi f, tint 11 gal ain't no ludy Sho i I hone my wife'' I ife 1 Dr. Printus Answsrtd ! Walker Dav s K VETERINARIAN. Promptly fh-i- or . 317 i WMfMIMtMIMMMSIIIII 9Mt9t99 TO GARRARD COUNTY FARRIERS Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on Garrard, Lincoln nnd Boyle County Farms up to $45,000.00. The note that never comes due. Forty-yeprivilege. Communiloans with cate by phone or letter with ar prc-payme- nt 6. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster. Ky decided It was loo old for her. them. ..i. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 27, 922 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Rice were dinner guests of Mrs. six o'clock . Cutlerv bW MbW 9 wjjSjSB 1! John Donaldson, of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. James Martee and son, Stanley, spent Sunday wtth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. S'tfkn. v ... iu. i .1. mmri viv-- j have returned home after a vsit with Mr. and Mr. John Kldd. Master Karl Clark has returned home after a visit with Mrs. C. It. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ynter and Mr. l.sh Forbes of l.ancaiter, were Sun-lavis. tors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater Mr and Mrs. Joe Turner and chll-- i ren, were Saturday night and Sun-la- y guests of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Mr nnd Mrs. Raymond Turner and 'ittle daughter, Dolorls Allene, were v.sitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott. Mr. arid Mrs. W. O. Clark, of the Lexington road were Wednesday quests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward The Fatal Clew By AUSTIN M. K. Dmmf, erd HulldUir. Ltftaster. DmIK Central ' llee- - Claiiifftri CtlWriH (..9. wuiiii .. y BHaHim bbEbV 9 nnd Mrs. C. R. Henry- - by We do no "Sharp Practice" in our bt;:inc selling you cutlery stamped with unknown brands. The Cutlery articles we sell arc known, reliable makes. We stand behind the Cutlery we sell. We stand behind everything we sell and make good on what you buy. Is not this the sort of a store you want to have for your Hardware Store? Yes. OUR HARDWARE WEARS Messrs. Randolph and Robert ter, of Stanford, were guct Saturday night of their sister, Mrs. Alfred I'oynter and Mr, I'oynter. I'oyn- Mr and Mrs. Alfred I'oynter and children, Donald, (iladys and Calvin, were Sunday visitors of Mr. II. (!. WALKER BROS. GUY. M. K. Denny, Dentist, Central Rec ord Ituilding, Lancnstcr. It. Misses Grace and Ethel Hcndrix spent the week-enwith the Misses Yater. covery. Mrs. James - Yantis was a visMr. nnd Mrs. J. 1'. Foley isre itor Saturday of Mrs. Unicorn Pelph-rehosts Sunday at an elegant dlnrllr. of Lancaster. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Tom Master Donald Isom Poyntcr spent Turner and little daughter, Pcrmclla, with Master James last week-en- d Mr nnd Mrs. John Kidd, Misse Lucy I'oynter, of Lincoln. Nolle and Vertie Turner, Anna Mae, Miss Edie Brewer, of Nina, spent Mr. and Mrs. T. Whittaker, of Lillian and Gladys Kidd nnd Malinil.i last week with her sister, Mrs. Wnul Poor Nidge were Sunday visitors of Taylor and Mr. James Yantts. d Iy, Steel and Mr. Steel. Mrs. Patience Prichett. of Stanford guests of Mr. was the past week-enand Mrs. Kdd llaker. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewis spent the day Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mrs. Henry Tuttlc has been quite ill the past week with nn attack of rheumatism in her left arm. Mrs. Hoy I'rathrr and little son, Colli O'Nenl, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. d I'oynter and family, of Lincoln. Misses Anna Mae and Lillian Kidd nkeI. l "We tielleve the murder wn entertained Saturday evening; with a by a burslar from .South End. lawn fete. About 36 guests were Ttiat a burvtary ws the rlme ohjeet present and nit had a delightful time. of the outrage Is shown by the theft Mrs. John Donaldson has taken of Mr. Wadsworrli' Jewel. We have two men under obvrvatloa I'll let the apartment of Mr. and Mrs, Guy )ou know the tnuinvnt anything turn Davidson in Lancaster for the month up." of July nnd has for her house guest "I shall be elj'l to do everything In Mrs. Mary Stevens, of North Caromy piwiT," nald Wadsworth. falter-In- s for the nrt time. "It wa a terlina. rible blow to me. You'll understand." The many friends of Mr. Wm. "I do, Mr. Wadsworth." mild the Whittaker will regret to hear that chief, "and I regret the painful ol. the felt Saturday olf of n load of bar lion In which we had to place you." A Wadsworth went out he turned ley and broke his collar bone and a rib. We wish for him a speedy re- to the district attorney. rom-tnlltei- KATES i WUImni StwpwMi spentSu- day with Mr. U. L Matthew. Single Insertions, lc a word Mr. and Mr. Prd Snyder spent Im sarruat. llt Hnitii No ad taken for less than 20c . Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Wadsworth utrpped jauntily out of No ads In this In this column lUy. of Unater. Vnmk Ms eel I wlieu the policeman unlocked column charged Suntlay wth Mr. and Mrs. J. I. spent It, nnd followed hint Into the deles Seven Insertions for the tlve' room, whent the elilef IomI with Kay. the illstrk-- t Nitorney Tlie latter Mr. an4 Mr. Sjur Whittaker price of five. hut the police chief stepped with Mr. ami Ms. IllH pent Phone isrders must be paid I and shook Wudsworth by the Whlttnker. of Qay. hand. promptly. SehasUa Mr. ansi Mrs. "You're a free man. and I rnnsnitu-Inlyou." he Mid. "I Impe you under- were welrsHtte vUstrs of Mr. and stand that In nrreMg you I win do-- . Mr. William S. Kay Ssiwday. Sound ear corn for mU. Ins the only Hiln; possible under the Mr. a ad Mrs. Wm. S. Kay. Mr. and I'arnau 2L) Hudsen 7 Hut there's not n circumstance. Mr. and Whittaker, hred of ovldemr to cotinevt you with Mrs. Squ.r Cal. , TOK SAUL Seed llarley. Mr. S. N Sanders, Mks Nnntite and the murder of )our wife. Mr. HuhWe exchange urn I It' Mr. James Sander. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. F. Fltipatrtek, proved that couldn't iolhly lime covered the I). Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tnykr. 7 from (lie country rluh to your partook of a sumptuous Ash dinner Split tefetfeo sUcks for sale at Car lnue within the twenty minute Fndav to connect you with her death. tersvttte. See or rati U .M. !! K "We knew tin time she wn hImiI, Paint St.) 7 August heeaue the hullet stepped her wrist iMtl, Slrayral or'Sulen Fox Terwatch before It iwnelrated her heart. We know that )ou were nevii itt the Lilt of CnnrJlcUtes to be voted rier dg, answer U nome of "Illllie." For nt The Primnry Elecclub twenty minute before the mur Kewnrd Us Under. r der. We know It tnkes James II. Hamilton tion Auk- - 5th, 1922 (It.) of an hour to rover (he dWtance nn REPUBLICAN TICKET fNt nnd that nn vehicle pn,i along For Sale Privately Farm ef 10S the roid durln; fhe Interval. So un-l- For Representative in Congress acre, one Mile ef Lexington pike, we llnd nn airplane or Mryrle of 8th Congressional District six mile from town. T. D O'lleam. your" he looked at Wadworth Lancaster, K 7 27 St I keenly, nnd Wadsworth returned hi I). II. Kincaid, of Danville, Ky. nevilook ttnillnrhlniily "there" Ktl. Hubbard, of Lancaster, Ky. Slock Heater In the market to sell dence o connect you with the affair Attest, Cronley Ilroadtm, r buy eaUle, noi;s or sheep. Phone " In any wny Carrier ft Drawn Clerk Garrard County Court. 6J. "Have jou any clewf Wudworth FLEET Nipr Uny-Mr- nn-de- for-wi- Siay e Jafr (7-2- Wad-worth- )u (7-S- lU-pd- .) nee-enr- Primary (7-2- three-quarte- ' 1 - large FOK KBNT: Three nice e Three white teachers and two col- first tleor rsMHn. suitable for With front and back keeping. ored teachers far schools of Garrard Kesprctfully, Mist Fannie llishop county. parch. Jas. K. Aimer, Supt. Garrard County Schools. (It.) FOK SALE: Stune nice spotted Poland China Hoar, att a few Gilts. Sale-Sh- ort Horn Price reasonable. S. C. Henderson, Bull Calves Paint Lick Exchange. 10-Ot pd) Paint Lick, Ky One Koan, 10 month old, one Ited. 7 months old, hurnlrs. one Ked and My restdence on FOK SALE: White, months old. These calves l.extnston lreet. setting, leavmuit be .een to know their iUality. mediately -- Kease O. K. Simn, C. H. Turner ing city. "Guilty as hell," he nald. "I know Call or write pd.) Lancaster, Ky., K. S. (7.U-41.PSthem on the Instant. Pity we couldn't i light-hous(7-13.tf- .) j Wanted For (7-2- 0 5 I fr Posin It FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE STANFORD FAIR ASSOCIATION STANFORD, prove where Wadsworth cot It." "D'you think hell biter "I Rue xi, now I've sown the seed a." Wadsworth wa guilty aa hell. Hut he had laid his plans with Uerhu. man running. No one had rueel nt the Identity of the wealthy little Qua ker widow whom be whs courtlnif In a f city under an ussumed name, and she would not have recocnlxrd In the newspaH-r-. hi pliotOk-rupHe bad raunleretl hi wife In odd blond, nstirel that no eildesce could be brought HKlnt him. lie went for a trip to Maine, leaving hi nddre with the police, and spent a month' vacation, which wa cut abort by the iit-that n man hnd at last been arrested, rhnrgeil with the crime. That brought him back. He worried, lie worried a good deal about the potlce chiefs statement. He went to see htm, The two men faced each other Hcnm the table, the bland, Wadsworth chief K)Mihlng tremulous and imitated as he plied him with question. At the end of the Infervlew the chief called up the disfar-ofb NwUce: llnng nse your corn, barley or any ether feed you want crushed We have bought the Faulkner Dry Prsmipt service. Price right. Cleaning establishment, on DanvtUe Harry P. Edwards. street, and will continue to run at Marcellus. Ky pdj same place, a first class Dry Cleaning Oliver Khling and Walking Plows and Pressing hep. Suits cleaned, 80ct., cleaned and and Cullipackers and Harrows, Mogul Mailable Kange. $H.'i: A trial will be ap- - Wagon cheap. pretied, other Kanges fSi to U. Deg Mux reciated. l'honr 3SI. .Sadler and I'ulllns. xle 2K and 30cts. Screen doors an t 3t. pd.) window at cost J. It. Mount & Co. Notice te (7-'J- 0 Bids Wanted Hid. will be received by the under trict attorney' of!!Ve. "He'a come back," he paid. sr - .bbbbW KENTUCKY bibiS5SWb10 Conducted By Caswell Sauf ley Post of American Legion 18 Wednesday, 1 Thursday, HO-1- ! Friday, working. Job." Wudswortti went out to hi club, The member cave him a friendly welcome, Hltlinugb then- - were Willie of tin-iwho hml their suspicion of him. .Minnie had !eeii killed at eleven o'clock nt night. At twenty minute Itefore the hour Wndtwurtli tHrteil on the bjpath toward his house. . He knew Hint be could not cover half the dNtunre on foot In twenty minute, but during bis Mijourn In Maine bubt hud availed him, One known more than one Imagine one be know; knew that the chief suspected him CotiM'lously he feured u trup. Ilesltle there wun Mimethlng eUe. He turned iislde Into n thicket of wild country: scrub oak. It wa pmbably no one else hud been nt Hint He clainbereil exact tm In dow n a pit, formed by centuries In the iwift soil. At the iMittom vra h little cave, overgrown by bushe. No one could have found It who hnd not been t'Miklng for audi u place. He drew-- u match nnd xtruok It. There, burled beneath n heuh of leave, nnd ihUiL, whs the bicycle be had used that night. Wadsworth wiih mtlsMi'd. He turned uway. Donaghue Ktejiped forwnnl, Hush-nbis electric torch. "I wnnt Jou. tr. Wadsworth." be niIiI simply, us ! xiiiipixsl the Imndeun". "It's I've got Ifainoghue on the er. g AUGUST $2,500 1922 IN PREMIUMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Lynn Davis, Prest. H. C. Davis, Secty. Imptrfectlon Jt a Premium. long ago that brluk It wit not "seconds" old cbeiipl) und wen ucd only In foiindati'tis und Hrkwtd-hlhnever found. They were the luU'lwpvn. dtstorteil purt of euih liuklng und the manufacturer of them, were glud to dlsH Hut Ilnnlly u bulbb-r- , with an eye for the artistic, noticed their culjr. which inn from the tuturul red to odd browns He experimented und blue. und found they bud an undent appeurnuce even when newly laid and. when cnped by u rough roof of slate, carried a distinct atmosphere of ntbi'ilty A a result, strnn;. queer-lattractive Iiouimm ure uppearlng all through the country and brick Vvonds" are quoted far above their perfect uiJteav Wall dt.vct Journal. low-grud- ee y signed committee, until August IMh, VJiti. for the construction of IS mile of turnpike, from the gate of J. C. llallard to the White I.ick pike, County Specification in Garrard and requirements ran be obtained from Jna. Davis, at I'aint Lick. Don't forget that we are now fixed Andy Davis, Committee. up to do your auto painting and tnm. J no. Davis mlng. All kinds of top curtain and J. C. llallard cushion repairing. We can make (7 20 4t.) your old look like new- - with a IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF coat or two of our Elastic top dressIt's prttof THE UNITED STATES FOR ing. fabric water will notand preserves the and crack THE EASTERN DISTRICT ( Hnselden Hrt. Garage OF KENTUCKY, IN BANK Agent Wanted Men or women RUPTCY. (Experience unne'estary), whirlwind seller. Om.hu Handmade In the matter of T. D. Irvine, a "KKCOKD-IIKL'SH.- " Something Hankrupt delight, ipjiiek Mle nnd large On thU lOtfe iky of July, A. D., profits. Write quick, or save t me I'i'i'i. on ronshlerin the petition of and send 25 cent silver or stamps the aforesaid bankrupt for.dlschargtf, for sample nnd wholesale Ad (trice filed on the 17th day of Jan. A. !., drew Maitin Service. Ilox 1022, it is ordered by the court that US, Harney Station, Omaha, Neb n hearing be had upon the same on the 8th day of August, A. 1)., 1112, before said court at Covington, Ky., For convenience of the farmer and in "id district at ten o'clock, in the trader and our friend, we hove for fore noon, or as near thereto a prnc-t- . their use in our otfice "Wanted cable, nnd that notice thereof be and For Sale" beanie. When you published one time in The Central have stock to sell or want to buy Kecord, n newspuper printed in said we are often nked to send a buyer district, und all known creditors and or to locate stock for n purchaser other persons in microti may appeor and sometime forget. You will nnd nt said time nnd place and show cau.e these board convenient nnd we want if any they have, why the prayer of you to use them. sold petitioner should not be granted. The Garrard Hank & Trust Cu WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, ut Kichmond, in said district, en the 10th day of July, A. For short time only The John J. W. MEN7.IKS. Clerk. !.. I HSU. Ily I'arnlee White, 1). P. Kwh place of 111 acres, exceptionally improved, on the Fall Lick pike, tw. KogHrdlcitf of their rapid decline in miles front Lancaster. A real home Value, German murk continue tit find at a real bargain. See I). A. Thomas, plenty of easy mark. G. C. UVker. or Mr. Klch on tuc C.20-3- t ) When you consider the other fol- farm low a fool honor may be even withNotice of Dissolution out your knowledge. Notice i hereby given that t ie ViUmine Cold SUw linn of FrancU- - Smith has d.solveu partnership, Mr. Franci buying Ked cabbago ia nlco for thla but the entire busiuv. Now in order to If Impossible to secure, use white wind up the business, we ak that all which also contains plentiful supknowing themselves indebted to the ply of health-givinttJUmlnca when above firm will please call and set-ti- c raw. Slice one small head of cab bage fine; add two minced onions) Mrs, Kclla A. Franci at once. one cup chopped Spanlah green 0 gt.) Miss Iw Lee Smith. oilve (atoned); vinegar, salt and pepper to suit the tute. It'a new Now that the radio craxe it law, a healthful alaw and a dell-lepractical people may step In alaw. and make something useful out of it. Sales Wanted: We hove an op portunity for a local man for Oar rard county, sell.ng a national adver tised and guaranteed hne. Chance for advancement and self develop ment. Earnings unlimited with bon .uses (aid on all .ales. Addres 131 North Cpper, Lexington, Ky. It ip s Aye-Wo- n Farm For Sale g (7-2- aub-tidin- g, ua