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THE FARM BUREAU IS THE BIGGEST ORGANIZATION OF FARMERS THE WORLD HAS EVER SEEN 4 SECTIONS 32 PAGES THIRTY THIRD TEA NUMBER 17. tUpiculktre FARM BUREAH EDITION W Uthe Valuable cfMonidd DIXIE STOCK FARM The Garrard County National Farm Loan Tin1 Homo of Aberdecn-AiiKti- s Cattle, Type Poland ("hinii Hok's, Shropshire, Dorsutt and SouthHijr Association $129,500 LOANED TO CAKKAKD COUNTY FAKMERS Bumper Edition CRESCENT HILL This of tie Central STOCK FARM Record jroes to IU patrons with 'VI puKCfl and in four auctions. "The Home of the Hampshire" Among ' 9 Probably one of thr first to Intro duce the Hampshire hog iu Garrard county, was tho Credent Hill Stnck lTarmrri Hasel-dr- n Farm, owned by Senator J Probably on at thr htrgast ami tnat and J. S. Aldrhlgt, and located of the mnt and sueee-fu- ! rt At h Umr wfcesi loans wrrr harJ within one mile of Lnnenstvr, on the stock farm in Garrard eountv. 1st . omlvr the " tt9m Stanford pike. the Dixie S4tk Farms, owned amlito A,t a" Realizing the wanderful possibiliby manaj-e- d SnriderB HrHtnrr!',,, ratm ties nf the Hampshire hog, thee genyo'ru,,to WM norw.-- d in Garrar! and John M. AmM. Twl pn lyase oj suturing tlemen set out to get same of the ago. ur rather in ih year 1010 this roHaix choicest stock of thi breed that could t mpany u ancaitited and mad th farmer an asstaarUsnity of t" nr.be found, disregarding the prke and n it Ml itart by anrraaiMK n ear-'a- d rowing mmwjr for their lomr timt. AberoWn-Ang- u today finds them with a class that f fur brad Tha first Iom made ihrwar i for quality considered can hardly b tattle from Um famous hord af S. wn in . :.ue would not hnvu been pos- equaled In tht state ef Kentucky. V I antt. af CMrnf. III., and from local AasoriatiM Among their herd boars ean be found sible. tl ? ' nf thty havt bran tkmalr 1M1 and steta tkn therm ha I t in Garrar. i W tilt agios af t.--.- mot aatod obtain td by We are proud of our olforts Lancaster Lad, Tipton Model und f It Silver Lad and many choice sew aa Uftilad tU'ei. and whan ty $m,SM, ths loan ha. tit presenting this edition and .. throusrh whose veins run i malt- - or a tamalt that in amounts from $100.00 of equally proud of ottr ofHce such noted animals as Slltte, Ltetkeut, 00,04 and hare ben mad. i t.; ta thr.r Kaaaj rciufit. nBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBalBalBalBalBannBalBa forte, which 1ms stood by us so Tipton. Hoosler Hoy, General Allen, iar rnnattiar tna prirr. but (iiJ?fnt persona. ' TMa ha bat a great rtlief ' f tithfuliv, and whose untirin.' Jr.. and many others. it aai adaWac it to thair ftr ! In conversation with Mr. J. S. 'ird. rnh nuka a aaeand grant many and ana eoabl--ftt rnerjr has made the present farmtr la woaUW ta j ' nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnB who personally manage. the n tnt cavalry and nur-W-r-' to Karni'-rHureau Edition one of Crescent Hill Stack Farm, in speak-'.n- g hand, nickad frtm in bat atom, in some tnataner it ha f i 'V o tr bt t elfortSj borrow r frttm total llankrui (! of the superior qualities and den raaatry nn! jvbtnmw mand for the Hampshire hog. said: U- famlltaa that Nnva and will My naming this moaty into . r. j fcUiaa hera in tmr east My others Not Guilty "Advertising the merit of the mi, to nwka AnvraWn-Anffwaited the Itonufk tkittaf. Tru H.'gkf. of Hryantsville, chars;-- ( breed even stronger during the period of depression than in good times the t tv tfnMtl tkat in on. .r arrannt nf ttndr larRt fam.ac i w 'i 'ia.nic knowingly and unlaw, r tK lhay ha nvvrr taken the atantt a laan af lf.0M.00 pai I otT fj ) kt and permitted the Ue of Hampshire llecord Association has t !1 a . automobile used in hauling and buMt up n demand this year which it i' III i rumaivt hrr t for tnu oVkt ta the amannt af nbant $10 .. . of ta transporting wh.sky. in violation of will take at least ten years to catch rountr). hut .n 1M1 000.00. G. II. Swinebmad it th' Srerctary t" ixhtbtWd th rhamaiaa Sanktr t'.c law on July 12, was discharged up with. Whether for market proGeneral E. II. Wood. i.j.. ralf at th !o?! week when a jury in Hoyle coun-t- y duction qf for specialization in pure llhio Tnurrr af the Acition and li l.inkta (raw Knir and tht State Far at tnil u that n number of applicarrtumrd a verdict of not guilty. bred stock Hampshire business offer The man who l.ou.ivillr, Naihvillr, Mrm)hU, anil tion for htani are now penditit; and The jury was out only ten minutes untold opportunities. that by January The Kentucky State Farm llureau nn I publ.c welfare of Kentucky. in reaching n verdict. ll'M, there will is producing pork for the market Atlanta. 1200,000.00 loaned in Gar- has a strong i.st of otflcers which II s motto ..l In convrrtatiun with a mrmbtT of be The arrest of Hogg resulted In alone because of market requireinure the wisest kind of a program "Let's talk to each other more, the Anding of an abandoned Ford ment will continue to demand a hog ago and rrplylni; rard county firm a frw ! thr There are now 12 Federal l.and of work for this great organization and about each other less." touring car, containing three ten gal of the meat type, and that mean to a iurition put to him by a Geotfrey Morgan i the Secretary Ion keg of moonshine, on West Main Hampshire, because it put more of thr Crntral Itfcorti, he Hank in the United State. The of farmer within the State. Hank of I.ouitville em- Federal Fifty counties are already feder-- J of the Kentucky Farm Hureau aaiil: street near Maple avenue, In Dan money in his pocket to grow Hamp-hireunder a common leadership, and atlon. located at the Federation d The superior quality of the villi', on the morning of July 12th, by-"We ave now at the head of our bntre four State. Kentucky, Ten county is now to take her j quarters 413 Starks Uuilding, Louis. local police authorities. Hogg on Hampshire bacon, heavily streaked neniee, Ohio anil Indiana. following female herd thr barkrtl Loans are made for n period of I'i'iii-- moiiK wiiii wir inner ill ine vine. up by many othe,n of thr leading that day came to Danville and claim with lean; that good Hampshire ham Thr dtoard of Directors are a fol ihI the car, saying that he had found Ane grained and with just enough fat familir. Ulackcap KlTle, Ulnckcap 31 Si year, the rate of interest now great work to be done. General E. II. Woods, of Pageville, low.: ElHe 'Jml., lllarkgtp HtTie 3rd., Mack, being fi4 per cent, and the borrower a note under his door Informing him to nicely marble the lean; and the 1st. District J. T. Colley, May- - that his car had been left In Danville high percentage of lean meat of the rap Judy, Ulackcap II. I Ulackcap pay $ 1.5.00 per year on each thou us president, brings to the organizaKqualfty, Ulackcap KS, Illnckblr.l and dollar borrowed which pay the tion n sound and successful line of tield. on the Perryville road where It had best quality in the Hon and other freh pork cut are making nn un Marie, Krica of (irvenwood, Krlca of principal and intrret in the 34 4 agricultural and business experience. 2nd W. T. Harri. Morganfield broken down. limited Hampshire demand. Cloverland, Krica 4th., of Grrrnwood, yearn, thu we see that an Interest General Woods is ane of the largest 3rd. S. K. Warrener, Howling 0V per cent wipes out the farmers, of Kentucky, operating the producer of market hogs does Krlca of Dixie ami many others Jut rate of County Green. ubout 2,500 acres in Western Kendebt. want and will continue to want that a noted in Angut hittor)'. Our fe 4 th J. S. Claybrooke, llardstown The borrower however, kind, the business of the mnn who has the tucky. He grows on his farm each mnlea hav the autmort of four na Ltkiisville. 5th Lewis Letterle, (ISO acres of corn und runs specializes In Hampshire breeding good blooded and as good individual '"vllege ..f paying the debt off after year about 1th Hurry Hartke, Erlanger. Number of farms, 1,921); land stock will likewise prosper. Hamp. 6 aw U tie so desire, but just so .100 head of cattle mostly pure bred 7th A. C. Smith, Crostwood. .ire. n. lh.. I.r..e.l iT..r.l. areas. lM.OSO acres; land areas in shire business is a good ,0,,, n ,h; 'a annunl Hereford. business and Ulackcap Royalty, Ulackcap Woody- -1 rith A. M. Feland, Danville. farms, 129,034; land areas improved, based on the He was a Urigadier General in the firmest kind of n foun the champion Senior bull calf at five It is a debt that never becomes due. It. Downing, Maysvtlle. Uth J. 111,01)7; average per farm 85.1; Loan are made to the extent of Spanish-Americawar and chairman great cattle shows in lDiM, Itlack Jes1 0th. W. I. West, Mill Spring, average per farm improved, 57.9; dation it will continue to be good." one-hathe value of the land and of the Agricultural Committee of the "We have been in the Hampshire ter 2nd., second priic in his class at Directors at Large value farm property, $20,141,258; business for a number of years and the State Fair, l'JLM, and Kric 400, 20 per cent of the vnlur of the im- Kentucky State Council of Defense M. 0. Hughes, Lexington. value farm alnd only, $15,0.10,210; during during the World War. that time have been engaged the latter is iirted and is going to be provement. J. S. Crenshaw, Hopkinsville. nverage value farm property, $10,-41- in The Srcretary-Treaure- r He was a member of the Com- perfecting our herd building it of the shown in elht state in the South Mrs. Margaret D.Jones, Louisville. average value farm land only, up loeul Association, G. II. Swinebroad mittee of Five for the distribution and improving It, until we are this fall and we are sure he will bring First Vice President llobert Ilite, $121 18 per acre; per cent farmed by confident of our ground when we ay . rwuly at any time to explain more of Kentucky's share of the Pillion in the baron. tenants 31.2; negro and other Dollar loan of the War Finance Cor St. Mathews. we have one of the very best herds "If one will rend the history' tenants 570. "' in detail to any one interested. Second Vice President II. S. Perporation. He is n director of the of Hampshire in the State. Abcrdecri-Angu- i, you will learn that Standing in Production ry, Owensboro. "Our foundation stock was selected for the past fifty yoars the stave briHJl sown that are a credit to the Kentucky Pure Hred Livestock Ureed- Sth No. bushel 'rye; 10th. number with extreme care and addition were Third Vice President J. S. Cren- families have stood well up in the breed ami we cbjiUhmkv any one in ens' Association, and an outstanding ivounds tobacco; 1 Ith No. bushels of made to the herd from time to time ranks of the breed and have at all the United States to show a better public ligure in agricultural, livestock shuw, Hopkinsville barley; IGth No. bu. wheat; 28th. whenever material was available pnen in the herd of sawn ond boars thflH we huvej times drmunded the top No. bu. corn; 31st. swine; 33rd sheep, which we thought would add to it in largest sales in the Unitxl Statt nix I on our farm. IMh. horse-s-; 49th. hay and forage; any way." Good Big Picnic "We have never gone to the trouble many of the above Haw been bought 50th. mules and Jack stock; 51st beef The Crescent Hill Stock Farm has hogs for the shows but ' The Victory Itealty Company, of) from the best breeders that the breed of fitting our Practically all of the llourne fami- one your and that was in 11)21 and which S. A. Walker Is the man be - jly and it near relatives partook of cattle; 53rd. No. bushel outs; 57th, conducted two of it annual hog tales affords." grapes; 00th Cherry trees; 7Cth . and both have been quite successful, While wo have given conildorablo we took more prise than any one hind the gun, held another successful j a delightful picnic near the iron space to the cattle, this enterprising herd in Kentucky and one boar that lot sule nt Herea last Thursday, ut j bridge on Danville pike last Saturday, Plum trees, 88th. Sweet potatoes; the total sales numbering about 150 Arm have by no meano neglected the we carried in the circuit retired to which time 05 lots were sold at an It was u great and enjoyable event, 90th. sorghum for syrup; 91st. Peach hog, all of the Hampshire brood. They have now on hand nearly one hogs, for during the past twelve! his pen in the fall undefeated. And average of $ 137.00 each. A good w.th everything eatable that could trees; 98rd. Pear trees, 09th. Apple hundred head and And ready tales years have built up one of the best thU season we are making tho cir- crowd was on hand und the bidding W thought of. ou the ground in ubun-- i trees and 103rd. Irish potatoes. for their urplus stock and nt very herd, of lll(i TU'K POLAND CHI- cuit with our herd of hog and mi fur fust and furious. Walker soils every dunce. Everyone present pronouncThe reasonable prices. NAS in the SUtc which no numbers have taken the highost award offer, time and sells every lot. ed it a success und the occasion will While thi farm makes a specialty The Arst meeting of the Fanners lie repeated yearly. .over 250 and ' a credit to '.he breed. ed. "When we started to breeding we In talking ta a member of the firm, llureau Drive for membership will be of the Hampshire they have in adgiven the merchants of Lancaster, dition a Ane herd of young Jersey he got very eii!huin.tic when hog were compelled to go north to get our Sold One of the worst electric storms are bred breeding stock but no oue has to do mid iu wv rememMonday afternoon at t P. M. Mr. cows and helfer(wlilch were mentioned that ever hit this county was that A ton year franchise for electric so now for Old Kentucky has some Geotfrey Morgan desires to meet ev- along lines of famous herds that have ber id something like thiti of last Sunday morning ubout four! power and light for the City of I .an made tho Jersey famous throughout "Our battery of herd bwin that of the bust pure bred stork in the o'clock. Lightning played havoc i caster and iu consumers was sold eryone of the merchants nt this time the world. Harred Plymouth Hock and explain to them the merits of stand at the head of our hird, con- United State. with the street wires of the Ilustin ' lust Monday before the court house "Along with our herd of cattle and Hureau, answer any chickens and llourbon Hod Turkeys, sist of Aro of as good boa us the Ilrothers and put the street lights door, us was announced in recent ad- the Farmer while only a aide line, yet hundred hogs we are breeding herds nf pure breed alfords und the blod that out two nights. Smith Hagan, who vertisements. The franchise was quettion which may be atked him, and hundred are raised annually on Aows through them rcprotit such bred Shropthire, Southdown und live at the Conn place on the und show to the merchant that this d purchased by llastin lirothers, the organization will be of untold bene- this farm. families ns the Pilot, llig 'Orange, Dorsett sheep. road lost his barn and all present owners, but who have been "We are in a position to furnGbintls, Hig Hob, Dither Giant, lire, caused from lightning. running under contract for several fit to them. Give him a hearing, is Mule all he asks. Ciansman, Chalenger, Hig Ilu(ter and ish cattle, hogs and sheep to anyone Porter DIshon lost his barn and conmouth. The price puid was $101.00. A mule belonging to Mr. John inany others that have and v II make wishing to purchase for breeding tents on the Crab Orchard road. It remain to be approved by the Poland China history and if ou will in any quantities from one tu White was run into by one of the Mr. Hagan had some Insurance, Council next Monday night. leant carload lot." history you wl search the county trucks yesterday morning, at which wus. promptly settled, while we In the hottest kind of competition, that the above arc the large, of the the Frank Lackey comer on Uuck-ey- e understand that DUhon has no InBall Game large one, and why ahould tie good the Dixie Stock Farms ruptured the surance. All members of the Tobacco road and had Its left front foot Puint Lick will cross bats with the will meet at the court house crushed. The mule was killed later. blue grass and good water n OLD $200.00 futurity stake at Harrods-bur- g KENTUCKY not produce 0m still last week on Junior gilt; also Itemember Gaines Insures against famous Corbln team next Saturday Saturday August Sth., at 2:00 P. M. The accident svems from accounts, larger. 1st. on aged herd; 1st on aged sow; storm, lightning and Are and pays his afternoon. The game will be played Everybody come. to have been unadvolJable, but an toste promptly, L. L. Walker, Chairman. unfortunate one for Mr. White. "W have nearly sixty head of and 1st. and 2nd. on Senior gilt. (It) at Paint Lick and wilt draw a crowd. "Bred in Old Kentucky" And Among prof-rmMi- down Shoop Another llluttration of Organisation Ma. A" ' PPj terests of the farmers of Garrard county and in thuir initial moement to organize a Farmers' HurcHti in the county. We wish to express our sin-uthanks to our advertisers, ho hae taken liberally of the to push their different I. re of Koods. for without such i liberality upon the part of the merchants and business people tf the city and county, such an i It is one of the most inturc.stin and instructive editions we hae ever published in the in- First to Establish Garrard County Ureed In Ot.-.L- . fas-ma- : $i the-blea- . . 4 - i . I i ) ut . . President of Kentucky Farm Bureau or lt. repn--arntati- s. head-Garrar- . e Garrard Farm Facts Statistics n lf 3; non-whi- te Sale For Merchants Electric Storm Franchise llich-mon- Killed pur-pos- Important Tobacco Meeting The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 3, 1922 DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of Enat End Cnpitol Gnthcrcd By Alert Correspondent bank and Mrs. Tom Ralston were alio guest of Mrs. Anderson Sunday. The Poultry Club will not meet on Wednesday Oth, but will have demon, strntlons instead at Mrs. II. C. Henderson's at l A. M. Friday, Mrs. Fred Hall's nt 10.30, and alto at Mrs. J. D. Wynn',at 2 P. M., the ,ame day. Everybody invited. Come join our club and help make it the best in the State, no fee attached. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dav.s had the misfortune to loose their house by fire last Saturday about noon, supMr. William Kalston has returned posed to have caught from n defecfrom a very pleasant visit at De tive flu. They saved only a few troit. things as Mr. Davis was in Paint Lick Oollie Wood spent several nt the time nnd no men folks around. Mi days with Mfis Florence Patrick last Mr. Davis hnd $1,500 on his house Mr. I.fnn Lcdford It nb!c to be In Paint Lick. RichMls Ava McWhortcr wa mond Saturday. Mr. and Mn. Nabe Lcdford were In Taint Lik .Monday. Mrs. Jennie Slnvln hm been the guest of Mr. E. L. Wood. Mil Elsie Hoop was the guest for the weekend of Miss Ivn Led ford. Mm. C Wynn left for London, Ky., Saturday for a vliit to relatives. week. nnd C00 on his household LAMB SUPPLY IS NO FAME RESIDENCE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A REPORTEDSMALL Production In States Is Only Several of Western 70 Per Cent of Normal Crop. MATERIAL SHORTAGE IN WOOL Fltcs i on Shwp Backs Ars Stlllng High as 35 to 38 Ctnts Pound Situation Attributed to Many Csuits. Pr goods. Mr. of her week. sitter, Adclin Woods was the guest Mrs. II. L Wallace lait BUCKEYE Mis Elvaree I.nyton has been visiting Miss Lucille Sanders. Dr. Geo. Hendrcn, of Brynntsvd'e, visited Mr. R. W. Sander last week. Mr .and Mr. R. Z. Price, of Paint Lick, visited relatives here last week. DELCOLiGHTSYSTEM Mr. nnd Mn. L. I). Parks, of Shelby county, are visiting near IJalnt Lick this week. Mr. nnd .Mrs. L. D. Parks were guest of Mr. and Mn. Wm. Hurgeis Saturday. Rev. Boyd Clayton and wife nre with Mr. and Mrs. Wnlter Center, for the meeting. Miss Madge Patrick has returned home after several days visit to Mis Hall Royiton. Mrs. Ed Scrivner nnd children, of Derca, verc callers of Mr. nnd Mr. Thos, Logsdon. Mrs. D. D. Center, of Richmond, is visiting her children, and attending Fair View services. Rev. Warren, who is conducting services nt Fair View is with Mr. nnd Mr. Wnlter Center. Mrs. Irene Hogan ,of Lexington, spent Tuesday night nnd Wednesday with Mrs. W. B .Roop. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Green were with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Hurt for the week-end- . Mis Jessie Mae Hnmmnck has returned home after a week's visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Thos. Rnlston. Mrs. W. R. Pntrick left for Cincinnati Tuesday morning where she wil Hake a special course in millinery. Mis Saliie Land. Lou .Vnylor, of Marks-bur- y pcnt last week with .Miss Inex Mr. Frank Land sold 13 hog Mr. Kirby Tenter at $10.25 per hun Mist Manervia Spurlock has return- ed to her home in Lexington, after a visit to her sister, Mr. N. M. Bur Bess. nnd Mr. John Mr. Rnlph Field Sellers, of Lexington, have been visiting Mr. 0. L. Hammock" and family. Misses Jessie Mae Hammack and Cynthia Prewitt nre guest this week of Mr. John Anderson at Point Leavell. Mr .and Mrs. X. M. Burgess and family and Miss Manervia Spurlock y guests of Mr. and Mrs. were I. B. Spurlock Sunday. all-da- Mrs. Minnie Williams, Mr. A. B. Wynn and daughter, Miss Mary Bane, y guests lost Tuesday of were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jennings. MV. and Mrs. Speed Ledford and family motored to Paint Lick from their home nt Mlnmlsburg, Ohio, and nre with relatives and friends for a visit. Messr. Rodney and Hubert Ralston, Dick Davis and John Kulhman left Monday for Camp Knox, where they will be in training for the next 30 days. Mrs. R. I). Warner, of Irvine, Thursday of lust week for a visit to her aunt, Mr. Walter Center and to atend the protracted meeting nt Fair View. Miss Ileulah West entertained with a birthday party lait Friday afterGames were the feature of noon. conslst-e- d the evening. Refreshment!! of nice salads, cakes and ices. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roop and sun, Joe. Mr. J. D. Wynn and Mr. Olln Lcdford Pntrick and Ml" Ileulah motored to Frankfort Sunday and spent the day and were guests of Mr. De Witt. all-da-nr-riv- dred pound. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis an family, of Berea, visited friends an relatives here last week. Mr. and Mr. Hobart Price an sons have been recent visitors of Mr. I nnd Mr. Ligo Sanders in Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mr. T ,C. Jenkins anil! son, have returned home nftcr a visit to Mr and Mrs. S. L. Hill at Frank-- 1 fort. .Mrs. Lora Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray, Robert and Hugh Noel and Miss Sallic Noel were in Richmond Mon day. Mr. Frnnk Land nnd son, Misses Saliie Lou Teater, Francis Ray and Hope Sanders were in Richmond. Tuesday. Mrs. West nnd son and daughter, I nre here from Florida, visiting erlJJ sister and family, Rev. nnd Mrs. F. Price. '.o: Mrs. Nnth Bugio and Miss Jennie ) I Lackey, of Lancaster, were guests of -Mrs. J. T. Hill last week and attend- - . el chyrch here. Mrs. L. M. Crutchfield and daugh ter, Mis Allene, of Xlcholnsville, have returned home after a visit to Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mr. and Mrs. K. it. Ray, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Broaddus, Mr and Mrs. Dave Long, .Mr and Mrs. Mnl Carter entertained several of their friends to dinner last week. Mrs. Je.-Minier, of Lafayette, Ind., Mrs. Forest March and son, Gilbert, of Richmond, Mrs. Moss Snyder, of Merea, Mrs. Henderson Sanders of I.nwrenceburg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parker, of (ihent, Ky., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Price. A most successful revival has just closed nt the , Baptist church, conducted by the pator, J. F. Price. Thirteen came forward dedicating their lives to Christian service as Cod shall direct, ono being a man 82 years of age. They were baptized Sunday afternoon. THE MOST DEPENDABLE LIGHT THAT CAN BE USED. 160,000 NOW IN USE THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. In Montana, Wjnmlng. Washington. Oregon, Idaho nnd Nevada Is normal crop. cent of ouly 7t Smaller Supply of Wool. Tli l also mean a small supply of col. Contracting of both wool and lamhs has reached largo dimensions during recent ttrrlrn. Numerous Urre western eTntir are reported to he scouring the West (or new crop lambs a at ( to 111 and many salt Huiid are rcorted. with the latter price Mm; generally rcfusVd In Idaho. Washington and Oregon. The price was 5 t 7 cents, fleece on last hivps l a. La are wiling as high n n Mrtjid, with stiine .Y to 3n cent d clip tips including tin- - Jerlrho selling up to 4ii rents. The (It nut Ion l nltrthutod In a shortage of ewes, the met age of many hreedlng and basses of early spring lambs on account tf cW and the twfkward s4hc and sheep season A winter land market higher than the trade y ted a shortage In the tMMe I the retvnt sfcarp upturn In spring lamb In aiMco received by the Culled Stales Ivpartiucnt of Agrleuh ture from the western slurp country. Ilgurcs are net mailable, hut trained iliM tirri njr that the total lutnb A Is Imtlrnti-- irrrr. fcr material shortage ut AfiMimt s fsMM isi) In lr"mi it s rr tlrk, Mtp-pl- Mi.-- "THERE'S A SATISFIED CUSTOMER NEXT TO YOU." wool alur Ime treated brtH-- h QUOTATIONS AND DEMONSTRATIONS ON REQUEST Thomas Pieratt BUCKEYE, . Iiliimlit In the Markets. tight last fall Jloncv whlth w and in the early hw appear MhUlolaM Mild Inrge pnUlors a Ml are l)tHg Western froib-r- s This fat tjtmlMncd with the hft crop leads many In the trad' Im that the rouilHg siMtisaer and fall siioi.lv of Imth feeiUHC a tut tat lamhs at lite large Market I'ress)t will he far bo4w illth.ns liidhate that MH) tanth) wtlt ttvr. e Hral. rrilr KENTUCKY. . . IZSUPSttttMPS .. i-- t GARRARD COUNTY - - AND - - FARMERS J?Jf7'l' Alt! -- .W GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT bhtcp Urailng on Westtrn Mangt. held III the West for futtenlns fiw next winter's market Smne rcMrlR induute that Urge m intern sjwciilators and fillers already contrui ted approiliiuitety Imlf the IiiiiiIi crop In hhtlio, Oregon and Washington According to the Iwst aiNtluhle. the summer tiiotitnent froiii these sIhIm vii ho lute In getting nmlrr way, six I vi i r probably not rinirti sizable ns hefore the lust of July or n August earl Lambs Had Poor Start. Knot uttered poorly mid hYiiuo of the Wuurd spring were not ottly lute gelti on n run go. but stnrtod the grnrliiK In Nxr tlesh. with the result t piLrunry lamhs. tlte crop of whei mis more nearly iwr. ( later lambs, Md a mal than thu poor htnrt. The April lui crop Is verj short, uccordlng to all (.ports. Many trlel to mi, the April crop on the open rnngi hut rold woalhiY caused heavy loss,., tlocks an erloi,sy ou r ukvi, hut there Is in unite sliorlnge of .iing stock and It Is believed that a iry nttructle tinirket will he ncccxar to draw any large ".uantliy of brevU i, itiK'ks to Young mm ure In the shumhles strong demund all over tlx WVst ami hbls of iS in ft'.1 n bead have not brought out many It seeins certain Hint very fw joiing western u III reach market centers timing tin coming seiiH.ni, I GO HANP IN HAND WITH US WE ARE MAKING THE BEST FLOUR THAT CAN POSSIBLY BE MADE FROM GARRARD COUNTY he mur-war- J UPSON Miss Pearlie Hurt was a week-en- d guest of Miss Ktta Bell Ross. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Daili'y were visitors at Buckeye recently. Miss Flora Adams was the week end visitor of Mrs. Ollie Black. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Smith were host of a sumptuous dinner Sunday. Mrs. Hugh Simpson and daughter, were guest Inst week of Mrs. Nannie Buy. Mr. and WHEAT PURCHASED FROM THE GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS. . ! Mr. Tom Monday with Mr. and Nuylor spent Mr. John Mis Joyce Agent for the county, puised through I Matthew. Paint Lick Saturday afternoon with Messrs. Hugh Simpson and Sarnie her sewing class en route to Wallace's Ray made a business trip to RockMill, where they had supper. A very castle last week. delightful afternoon wn spent. and daughter Rev. Willie Rogers and Rev. Clurk. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bluck. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson were Syler, Demonstration guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. are holding u protracted meeting at Freedom which began Mis Virginlu Ray was a gueit lat Monday of last week. On last Sun- Wednesday of Mrs. Hugh Simpson, day night they had 15 conversions. of the Stanford road, Good crowd and good preaching at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson envuch service. tertained Thursday a few friends in Mrs. Simpson's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1 Hammack and honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Clark were in dinner guest Sunday of family were Lonvy Mr. nnd Mrs. John Anderson at Point Danville last week to see Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Taubee Cor-ne- tt Shearer, who was operated on. She Leavell. j and ton, Tom, Mr. Jim Marsh- - is doing nicely. were week end guest of of McCreary. Mr. Dave Cummin Mr. Smip-so- n, We endorse the movement for a FARMERS BUREAU realizing that what is good for the farmer will rebound in untold good for us. We have recently moved with our family into your midst and will join in every movement to promote the interests of Garrard county and her citizenry. 0 im CONTROL CUCUMBER BEETLES Hi Llttlt Ytllow and Black Ptsts Can Dcttroytd by Ousting MUturt of Arstnatt. Lancaster Milling J. R. Myer, Proprietor. Go Cueumher beetles, those little yellow and M if It striped pests Hblcli attack riiiMii. iits nnd tiielous, cun be controlled If the following mixture: One part ttowdored calcium nrsen ute mid 'JO iiirta g)pum or land plus-te- r by wcUH. Dust this on the planta, using a mic( or metal duster m that the surf me of the leaves und tbr ground nioind the plunta ure tbor ougbly coitid. It la best to make ihr indication Nrly to the morulas-- . The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Aug 3, 922 1 PREVENT OUTBREAKS OF INJURIOUS PEST Control GUY. Mr. Randolph I'oyntrr, of I.ircoln, upcnt Sunday with thr llarnee hoyi. Mr. am) Mri. Shlrl.-- Hti ami lit. tie on, Ralph (llbrrt, of Lancaster, vl.itpil Mr. ami Mm. Joe Turner Sun-dy- . y Teaching Conference To b Held 7 Auiuit 3rd. and 4th. Wcbworms In Corn by Cultural Methods. No Garrard County Farm After Crop It One Planted and Field I Found le Be Infested Ther It No Practicable Way of Ottting Rid of Them. Mr. Itoy I'ratlu-- r nnj little ton, Colli., were recent KurU of Mri Joe farther. MK Mnrjorii Ncckt, of l.oum c. a 1ltor ef Mr. ami Mm. liwre- r Walton. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walke" were vtiitor Krklay of, Mr. nml Mre, Henry Tuttle. Mn. Jennie Henry ami two were with l.anca.ter fr.eniU Sntunlay. Mrnm. J. I'. Foley and Wm. Car-- 1 roll vlilteil Mr. and .Mr. Jamo Yan-tSunday. r Cirlnll. 1. Mr. AII...M Phlllnv. xisitltitf her jtarente, Mr nml Mm, le cnil-drV- Residence is Complete ih. AirlvjHvtti. trrimM trnt.i I I Outlm-d- l of wt'lmorins In mrn in tin- - .Middle Cimd'Hl state 11111 In- - p:o irnleil only by nift Ikm1. ho ronllng hi I lie bureau n( ftitiMuotor of tin United Mute nf (I'rpr-I kr Without a Agriculture. Unlike most of mir il Mruetlve IN!, the viirtuti iiM" of wclirtorui. nri1 nil nntliea of A hut Ini untl Imvi' nut been Intrudwed from foreign land. .Summer or wry curly full plowing hoiild Ih prnrtlivd. I'loulng In Into October or .Nineinber lin lilt If effect I hi worm un ulreuil) In Tom Yantle. their winter web. under lnue Telephone i t) urfwv f list croumL I.imil iluit tin lieen In sod or pasture, or Inln fallow nml lowing uprlnK. enmn up lo weed nnd srn iliiiuli July or Aucu.t, If It l Intrniliil t plant It tu mrn the fol Ih plowed In of Kill will worm., hut they gnaw young mrn plant nl the nurfari nml deform them mi u tu pnent thi (iriNliirtliin of trnln After tlii mrn I onco plnnled nml tin li fotimt to lm lnfitiil there l I method of getting tin riil of the worm; the only thine ttwt run be done I to produce condition thnt will penult the inni i grow In spite f their.. Ilklne In the Rrtnif. tin application hdi1 of fertiliser, nml the Miwlnc of ed an the rblef prr.ent'ti' HTiH-B l ." tlmt will nm Ne' t:.r lmiMinine nn trniHne lm met ith nny prm-llmb, f ltiimt. Itial fiMiil !niliiniN nr lnn if nil kind meadow. furnl.li the nor )" KEEP WEEDS OUT OF GARCl'l With Pew Pieces nf flat Irer. vnd Old Wheel n efficient To4 Can Oe Made. I'ratH n few jHiviw of rtnt n fr rM be Ink or trwrk. It i. wiviIit for il Mini tin, in I a ufcl l I'm! wheel'Miri.m n( hmLi tin- - W"Wi 4 lrn ' Kh. frtn canlvti fr ) Imll-til.'Uri' I mtt'trurtiol. Uy thi ilrwxlntr with t I4enl. ntUi-- l (villi tb- - crtHWMl. hMi l "i.'i itmhIIi ttif Mir-fI nthml nlniu IV hrttnc st. riittlnc i Jt Hip r-- M.rr plmil oitl' it f tl row. iil hihI Not .tmcM mu A Homemade Oarden Weeder That Not Only Keen Down the Weed, but Srve a a Cultivator to Dreak Up the Hard Cruet Detweon the Row. only will tlita InutniiiHiit kwp ilown net) n tlm Mi'oili, hut It rultltntor by linnVliiE tip tlx Imnl cruet opfwifn tin row nlul "oii'rlti the moUturo for ixoful irci'tutlim,-C- . 1 Jtelter. I'nreo. N. I).. In Popular Mrrhntrir Manilm li Mr. Jame. VantU wan n v tor Friday afternoon of Mr. Wm Hrne and daughter. Mr. William Cnrnon, Sr.. of Stnn-- 1 ford, mii the guest recently of Mr and Mr. W. T. Sutton. and Mr. and Mm. Itoy I'rather children, viited Mr. nnd Mr Wil-- ' , ham Walker Sunday. Mi. Mary' Stella llamm, of Sumerlet, i the attractive vmtor of Mr. and Mm Kdd llaker. Mim Mn Tnnkemley, of Lancas ter, pent the weekend with Mr and Mr. Simaft Tnnkemley. Mm. Frank Turner nnd xin. V. ner. nf l.anr.ler. spent Thurln w.th Mr. and Mm. Wm. IUrne Mm. Jam Sebastian was a v. si tu r the past week of her lister. Mm Henry Tuttle ami Mr Tut' , urn in un. tne if.'St Mis. Kthet Frhlay nlcht of Jlkw Minn.i and Lena Turner, of Ijincaster nl T. like, Sr., of It . Mr. was the vruwt Thurihlny of t. . inn, Mr. Harry l. like nnd Mrs II , Mr. and Mm. Wm. (ireen were the week-envisitor of Mr and Mm(learxe (Irene, of the llichmuml r ia l Mim Carrie Lee Yater was the cuet Sunday of Ml Mao Stella Hamm.and Mr. ami Mm. F.dd UaKer' and family. Masses Maud and Minnie Conn Lidn ami Anna Mae llroadu. were week-ont- l Mrs v.sitors of Mr Marcus White. Mr. nml Mm. A. N. Memln had for the.r cuesU Sunday Mr anil Mrs. Simon Tankemley nml baby nnd Miss Ida Tankemley. Mr. ami Mm. Tom Turner and !.t tie daughter, Amelia, were viitors Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Wm Smith, of the LexttiKton road. Mr and Mm. Henry Sanders are receiving congratulation over the ar rival of n line son, born July 20th, christened llnery Klwnrd. Mr and Mm. Wm. Ilarnes enter. tamed at a delist ful dinner Sunday, their irue..t beim;, Mr. and Mm Wm Whittaker, Mr. and Mm. Ilenr,. Tut tle and Mi. Laverne Whittaker 11 d It is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. It facilitates transportation, commerce and industry. It develops neigborliness not only among, but between communities. Don't impose upon your neighbor when a Telephone can be enstalled in your own home for a moderate sum. We stand ready to serve you at any time. A school of method or tcnchlm conference will be held nt the I'res-- 1 byterian acmlnnry August 3rd and 4th at which timo all who ore taking part in the Prcbytorinn movement for Christian education will bo pres ' cnt, A program has been arranged covering phase of the work to be done and some Interesting papers will be presented by the departments. The Inspirational address on tk "Spirit of the Movement" will be made by Henry II. Sweet, executive ecretary of the committee on Chris, ttan education. Director McGllt will outline the goals of the movement and the need, of the institution., will be set forth by Paul Harris, Jr., who will atv npeak on the results obtain ed by the standardized plan. Publicity wilt be the subject of an by A. II. Seat., nnd S. P. will speak on the work of comThoro mittees and will be a conference outing later In the evening with nn nddress by Dr. Ilenj. J. Ilush, of Lexington. The Friday ession will open with nn addre.M by Dr. Charles W. Welch on "The Secret of Victory." Special programs for young people nnd Sunday rtchools wilt be outlined by Mr. Ham and Director McGill will point out dangers for Christian workers to avoid. On the methods of management of the office miggcstions will be made by J. C. Norton nnd MI Mamie Itucker. S. P. Hollinrake will speak on the field section and It work and W. S. Hawkins, of the field section, will tell how to overcome some objections raised. The conference will close with nn address by Dr. It. T. Gllle.pie. Following each nddre4 there will be open discussion and suggestions by ill present. ss Holl-inra- BASTIN LANCASTER, TELEPHONE CO. IIMIUCK KENTUCKY. ' Running Water in The Kitchen Possible for Cost of $45 With about $45 worth of material, JOSEPH M. SCHENCK PRESENTS I Talmadge in the ,any home that is without a water preiiure system cun be provided with la substitute arrangement that will supply water nt the kitchen sink ami dispose of waste In a sanitary man-ne- r, according to a new circular, "Pitcher Pump Installation," which ha ju.t come off the press at th The well ar College of Agriculture. ' cistern just outside the kitchen is a common source of water supply fer family use, the new publication The pump usually i j points out. located directly over the water supply, making it necessary for the ' housewife to waste both time ami energy in carrying the water int Installation of a her kitchen. pitcher pump offers a nimple and inexpensive mean of wiving this wait- jed time and energy. Materials required for the installation of such n system in the averagn home include un ennmoled kitchen rink and lltt.ngs, such ns a trap, sink back and drain board, a pitcher puntn and bracket, a one and a half Inch drain pipe and fittings, a one and a quarter inch water pipe and fittinr, a combined foot vnlve nnd strainer and some four inch agricultural drain pipe. The estimated cost of Jifi this material can be reduced about $10 by the use of a homemnde kbik back and drain board, the circular says. The y.tem a described in taw efr-- ! cular provide for the prototiH of the well or cistern from surface pl lutton and the filtration of all crstora water in cases where the ssspply u from this ource. The pump is nn ordinary pitcher pump, witk j the cylinder in stock, that will Ufi ' water u vertical distance of 20 tut and carry It a horizontal distance, of kiteh feet. A substantionnl j 50 I sink i. called for In the description . . '...LiA .1 tl . i wnicn uisu provides tor a trap is pro- gases from the drain we r king vent back into the kitchen. The disposal system Includes n section of galvanii-e- d pipe and from 50 to 100 feet f agricultural drain tile laid below the ground surface. Detailed information and a draw. Ing explaining the installation of the ytem are contained In the circular. It It N'o. l'J5 and may be obtained free by writing the Experiment Station at Lexington. I ' Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky Frank Forn and William keld are the latest LivitiKston Threl- - GREEN Really MANURING AIDS SOIL One of Oldeu Method Crop, for Thli Puipoee Were Ueed by Ancient. c unty , tiriH'ti uinnurlut; plm ins unlr u itiiiiiiM of soil lm ii criTti crop wh prori'iiifnt, nlllnnifh It phunliod In ritviit inm, inn tiarlty tht cnlliil n iiihv iliiMMifry. Nt t'nllttl Stall's I icpHrtHittit of Acrirtal. ku of I In rflct tun1. It li ini'lhixlK. Croix for I kin pHrpow i'fv u..ih liy tin ntifliiiu, tin I(whuh luplm-x- , In uliloli wore ami turniil iiihIit lit lluy for tho tictiWH of I lio fotlimlm; rrii. In (iVnimiiy tin w of Inplnoo In tlu miiltMo of (lit Miwltisilh Cftiliiry mid ha proviil un lwprtunt factor In ri''lnlHltu tb Mtml lanili In KhiIhuiI of part of I'rUMlu li'CUUu-- i anil othor pwnl-- i uro uneil; In Imltit iiikI Jiiimiii tin fiiniH'i- - cutln'r iristt iJiintii of many kllMllt, KOIIIOtllllOlt ftlHI I'tltllttS from tlu tri't nml tnrrjlmt tHim in tin rliv llolil. In tlu IMiltml Stalin tb ui of Mcl urri'li Itwliuri' i'nwi N ihik Ii inoni ki'ikthI In tin Simlli tb in In tlio North, t'liibr IrrlgatbHi tin-- ) piny un rilturt In iMiportnut Kirt In tln ViM, but not iimli'r ilrj laniilus romlltlone. I't-e1 farmem ot JiHn the moxement be.nK directed against wrult breeding nn ami, rtch ol them ha purc'iase l a pure bred Hamphire rain. County are co- opemtinK with County Ajeent C I. Hill and the extension divimoti of t'u College of Agriculture will use a total of 8,000 ton of Lmestone n their rVeltis far soil improveirii't be fore the eid of the year, Mr Hill' wty. A vtttgan a been adopted to thia elfert and indications are that it will be cnrrieil out, Mr. 1. II addeil. A total of 82(1 people attended a. recent neno of eight moving; picture throughout meeting", held I'nton county to point out recommcmlcd pract.c for the farm and homo. I CUHty Agent - C. llrewer says. One huiidreil eventy-fiJetfemon' county farm boy and girls who are member of the Junior agricultural' club in tat county recently attended) the picnic held for them at lite county fair ground, according to Assistant County Agent S. W. A'ndemon. helped) nines, stunt-- s nnd lecture to make the il.v a profitable, mu' for. the youngsters. Method. of controlling fru.t di-- " together with soase.. nnd insect proper spraying methods and the most profitable orchard management practices recently were pointed out u mure than SO Interested orchard owner of Ilall.ird county during a tour tu joino of the prominent in that district, according to County Agent K. A. Wlmlin. The orchards of II. L. Nance, Frank Russell and C. M. Famous were visited during the tour of inspection. 1 , Greatest Virent I.. C. I'.ice rejMirt. NelHMt county farmer who Picture of all on fr bo-K- mh-luonl- tl1 'Smilin' Through' EIGHT REELS OF STORM ANO u4 SUNSHINE ort-hnr- GREAT IMPORTANCE Lack of Material Will Caue Indigestion and Impaired Health of Poultry Flock. Many poultry ml nor itrnih illy Ih eln to kllclit tlio liiirlnmv of urlt. ImV of Krlt tnitin poor illusion nml ItuiMlml hi'ulth. Itfiitilar (Miudrj srtt houtil bo kept before tliu fiiwli In uir or hoppr at nil tltrnn In ml illlliin. a loail nf I mur llo rblck mi' Iihuu uouhl luiprora Hi'- boallh ill many a .i.no'tbH b'b! farm. ! - The dream of happiness of Kathleen of today. You'll revel in every moment of a ureater tiranm than the screen has over K'iven you before. Come umllln' throtiKli the Kates of k1iuIium to fiml the tlrama of mating loves. The tragic romance of Moonyeen of a Keuerntion ao. ROMANS OPERA HOUSE Thursday, August 10th. oi The fellow who puts himself "in the hand of his friends" often ftndi it a hellofajob to get out. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 3 1922. if I BFHH5 'obeys the laws under which nil of the people are rcqiunI to Mr. Farmer Do you know that we arc saving the fil . live. BLUE GRASS BOOSTERS Attend Central Kentucky Commercial Organization Here Iist Friday Dr. Aclir.on Speaks j farmers hundreds of dollars every year J 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." SI DE LJI Year. IE DC The Central Record Issued Weekly. $1.50 Payable in Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. It. L. ELKI.V. Local Editor nnd Mgr. Entered at the Post Office In Lan. Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Fofetffn THE AMEHiCAN AJtrrtin( Repf?tti PHES3 ASSOCIATION Lancaster, Kr, Aug 3. 1922 Rates For Political Announcement. For Precinct and City Offices. 5.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices. 15.00 .10 For Calk, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per line Announcement We are authorized to announce Hon. Italph Gilbert a candidate to succeed himself in Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic mary. August 5, 1922. pri- It has been stated that England will cancel the war debt owed to hor by France. It lias been further .stated that she will remit her portion of the Gorman reparations. This, it is understood, is conditional upon financial and being arrangements other whereby Germany may made be onabled to weather the storm and avoid a total collapse. England knows that there can be no European restoration with anarchy prevailing in Germany. Many months ago, and more vecontly, it was suggostod not in justice ask. A year or two ago hundreds of thousands of our people were buying German marks, expecting to get rich quickly by buying at what was then considered the low ebb and selling out, again when the rise came. Hut the rise didn't materialize. Instead, the prices of marks is now only a fraction of what it was then. And they have either pocketed their losses or are still holding the bag. It is not our purpose to tell people what to do with their money. That is their business certainly not ours. Hut as a loyal American citizen we feel justified in suggesting that there is no better Investment than gdod sound American stocks or bonds. Six per cent in pocket is far better than a hundred per cent in imagination or anticipation. Your money invested in keeps American securities American people umployud and American business on the up grade. When thrown to the birds it is wasted. Even they cannot eat it. Think twice before investing once and you will be able to retire much earljer in life. delegation of Uluc splendid1 l.r.M lloostcr attended the monthly Kentucky tn. inc of the Central O'n no rein I Organization which con i here last Friday. A the mem the various organisations ber thr u mit Central Kentucky began to rr r jhey were escortt I to the Chan. i"' of Commerce rooms where wa sscrved by two ire c .od beautiful young lad e, charm F.u M .ryarut Elliott and Mis Mi genw Djn.p, and each delegate was asked to r Ulster. leek the entire dclega At on. tln. tester.' r with about SO member Somber of Commerce, of the Iocs Is Coming wont l the h ngarian Hotel, where a delightful .m heon was served and The day is coming when where all f ' proceedings- of the . practically all of our great meeting took Just here int say that tie railroad, manufacturing and t all who attendand in other corporations will be run visitors. luncheon re high in their ed the on a prolU sharing basis. When praise af the twt it luachewt erv- that time does come it will see id, awl the Mm-- . . ven thrwughout the end of strikes, lockouts and the lurhefl hour. the proprietors all other forms of labor disturb- of the bMl. who i - I every effort and SMiiM im have t: feature of the ances. a succeM t however, if meitttg a Mieeea, It is doubtful, it the sane and law awning clement of nn organization is powerless to prevent net of lawlessness or violence in their continual disputes, then the constituted authorities should put an end to It without further ado. It requires years of care and training to produce nn ndult life, and much toil and expense to create valuable property. Neither should be destroyed at the whim of an irresponsible and lawless fanatic. Let the law be enforced against both parties to a dispute. Justice knows neither friend nor foe. That Reminds mel There are spccinllyjpriccd Items during the month of AUGUST at f m I Mokts U Sliatnpiio I'iiMr Drug Store. A FEYVgOF THEM AKE Profit Sharing 75c! Special 50cts , - Jonleel TnlrmnJaTSC Special 50ctS Special 79cts ' Knv"iop,,rr Hard Ktibbei ,,n,,$1.00 Comb, 50c; 'Special 39cts we see such a day until some wa. great upheaval or disaster has knocked a reasonable degree of reasoning and sense into heads that now seem to be practically devoid of both. The tendency today is to skin every penny possible at the expense of somebody ols, irrespective of the moral or legal rights of others. This tendency is not confined to any one industry, or to any particular class of people. It is everywhere, and is on the increase. We will have lulls between our periods of strife, but as long as systematic grab rules the commercial world we will have no permanent stability In only a condition of business wondering today what the mor row will bring forth. Profit sharing on an equita ble basis is the only salve that will heal the national wound. Men Katie The mutic furniahed ilnrnes Ihfkran and Mr. Ceorge Swiai'bre.id wa vtr' m ' enjoyed and often Mscetred. The snvocatMN was pn'i..uiMwl by Iter. II. S. Undwa an I at .H eB- clutlon of the luftchron, a inrt w mode by 1!. L. Klk t.. wIsm presided Mt the meeting, after hlh and nil present wr akd tm introduce himMf and state h. a a member of a chamL. of n' in Commerce. - Let Us Have Order Violence, mil cm it is promptly suppressed and the perpe- Secrvtary C. A. Abbott read minuieA from the Owingsvill met.ng held Jane 2th. at the Hath County Court lltMiw. Thwy were unntmo. fy approvod as mid. Applicat.on made and granted to the Falmouth C. of C. to hl4 the ne.xt meeting of the Central Ken tucky organisations in September at Falmouth, Pendleton county. It was the roneonu of opinion that August a a vacation pendo and the popular time for hohling county fair, wwuld largely atfect a suecossful gathering during the month of August. Secretary J. Harlan of the Danville C, of C. announeed a dire to act as host for the same organisation some Saturday noon during October or No vember which would enable the van-oguests to remu n for Use after Youthful Days noon and witness a real foot bail "We are only young once," toam in action. you often hear some person re The program for the mooting open statement as an excuse for "hitting ed with the ProaioVnt' mark tbnt Mr. John M. Farra bad been ap the pace." pointed time keepr and True, we can be young but would be brief, snappy that the talk to ' pleasure of point. Vice ProMdent (J.and .Swjn i once, and the It youth must be crowded into broad of tfte local C. uf C. deln. rt p rut. .n ' an emphatic talk on that space of time. Hut how long are we young? poMic apiritod won a an eeTi!.;i i old at 10, while stialificnUon to oVvel'rp any corn-- j' ut Our of t"ie esteemed The diffrrrtue the atu" h'i ' and instniction. mulc.ans OrganitAtun nprrstnted the fact that the I'mted States tmlay, Pan. according to the lotet Chamber of t ommerre. M IV t oll n. over six million individuals over Pres., Judge Dennis Dnndon. I'earce ton years of age that can neither 1'aton, J. J. Weotrh. I. W. Hush. P. rend nor write. Dr. Atcheson stated F. Fnrris. Secretary Danville Chamthat Ulia army of illiterate march ber of Commerce. W S. Johnnin. '. ing two ahriwt would extend clear (I. Dunlap, and Mesar. Cook. Nichols. aero the continent and half way Jackson, Robertson, and Aieoek, J back. The possibility af our great Ilnrlsn. Secretary. lxmgtSHi Hoard ., " of Cootmeree. J. W Morrison. nation suffering from "Moral unless the parents gave more and Mr. Evans. Falmouth serious coeldcruUon to the welfare Chamber of Commerce. K. It. Arnold, of their children and educational in- - IW, Kcv. M. W. Bet torn. Director, tteutioeM, changed their program of Dr. IVddicord. C N and I). ! irmng. "Too Much Sugar Cotd O. 11. Caylc. (iHtwU Dr Atcheson, Ki wledge offered with Soothing of the Kentucky College for Women, r ip. illustralea Ihv way ur "In- Danville, Hon. Wm II. Shanks, Stan-forident- are betag trained those days," Ky., Mr. J. II. Dorman of the New York Stock Kxchangv, ami SenaHiiote'' lr. Ateh.wn. Wn the closing ef the program. tor Joe Haseldea. Crab Orchard J. W. Morrison offered a motion, duly Springs, a sustaining seconded and unanimously earned member of the Ijinoatter nnd (iarrard that a vote of thanks be tendered to County Chamber of Commerce. the Ijrwetr C. of C. for the splenDont marry money, sieter. Marry program. Kverybody did proses. was urged to jUeml the next meeting a follow wtm has It. at Falsnoitth aid tin everyth n posA follow may baeo a mind of bis sible to assot Pendleton county to own and still not be allowed to se put over a Tw. Hundred Thousand .1 if he is married. Dollar Ilosid is.u. for the improvement of the l)Ui HiftirWMy in that Many people prefer to pay by g section. The met u t was hroocht U check. It is lens agassiamg lawn a close b everyhothe rash slip through thvir 'ising and sing v ing "M OM llunie." to nngrpi C. Ky V. DarniUe. beturen education ceu. von-tni- llank-rapty- Vice-I'res- Jhnn, let-t.n- - K-- co-o- Some men are 3c by Europe that all of the allied governments cancel their war debts to eacli other. This was very proporly opposod by the press and people of the United Status for the simple reaon that a preponderance of the burden of cancellation would have fallen upon this country. Hut if France, Italy and the othor nations of the conquering group meet England in the km m u spirit, nnd take the action that is required to restore the stability of the world, then It would be quite proper for our government to take similar action in so far as justice will itanution. We can not permit oursolvus to be churgod with a dog in the manger attitude, noithor can we be expected to pull othor people's chestnuts out of the tire. Wo can alford to remit as much, dollar for dollar, as any other government, all conditions being equal. More than this Europe can trators properly punished, leads to more violence. More violence leads to anarchy. Anarchy breeds revolution. Revolution destroys governments nnd parnlyxos industry. There w no occasion for revolution in tm country, and thore w no oxciis for violence. Organisation on the part of tint laboring claiwo in essential to their woil being. Without it they would be ground down by capital to nttu'vution wagos, and would be without thu moans to bring thuir families up in the proper maiinur and oducat them for useful oa- reors in the world. Hut no organisation, whotli or of labor or capital, is great er than our country and iU lawn. Thotfe laws wore made to be obeyed by all people, and no one it immune from their application. No public official enn expect to remain in olfico long without tho conlldonce of the people, and that coiilUlunco unduros only through a fair and impartial enforcement of law. No organization can expect to retain the confidence or sym pathy of the people unless its respects membership and othors are still young at fiO. It depends upon the pace thoy hit and the manner in which they hit it. We can crowd a lot of work and pleasure into youth if we keep our hearts and our minds and our boiliori clean, or wo an reduce the amount of both and shorten our youth by resorting to reckless dissipation. Your youth is your own. It will be prolonged or curtailed by your own act. Miss Anna Noel Dead Miss Anna Noel, age 7rt, passed away at four o'clock Saturday afternoon at the family residence on North Third street. She wm afflict ed the greater mrtion f her lift', but she wu a efceerfal and mttient U lief er and all who knew her loved her. She had been a membr of the Presbyterian ehHreh eiaee her girilesod. While she kid been w declining henlth far some month, and the end was not unexpected, siiil her sudden demise was a shock to hur In wily. However, the end ram oearefully and without acute suffering and tho It now t rost. There were htt fuNoral service at the residence on account of thu e of her sister, MiM Salllc Nool; r hurt services at the grave In the cemetery wuro conducted by Dr. K. M. Crcell. May the Cod of Love pour the oil of compassion over the wounded huarts of her loved ones and be unto them comfort and strength In thin their dark hour. Danville Messen III-nurn-caste- Iter. . ltetdnt J V of the lv.mrtaM Huar.t Commett'e. Ssjbjort: Civic Kns "TWtt only nxtion of the I r prisw. tml State which is not over adtir tiee.l i the lihto Oraos rosxion Kentucky remarked Mr. Mornn in rekting a eoa versa tie which r eently occurred between two sive men who nod traveled over tt entire United State. Mr. MorriM-akso saiil, "Itncsteter is obi enough t wear a short dreos, let the old g ti paint up a Jktle. We certainly want to see mere of her." Kev. il. W. llMttom. dirortwr of iirniM Falmouth C of C. otfored worthy information remrtUnsr IVn dluton rwunty. which mA the other' in the State a a producer of alfa' fa. unite clover and honey, and sec oml only to Shelby county in the pro duction of milk. AdtlroM by J. II. Oorman of lmpre N'ow York Stock KxnNge ing upon all the neod In those das for a better knowledge of Ceogrnphy In ardor that eah country may enter Into foreign relations with some aa to the lueation of the client and customor. Mr bwrtnan demonstrstted how imperative tbi was in order that export may be proerly pJickwl and efficient ly transportod. Addreos by Judge Dennis Dumlon. of Pans, who dwelt upon the person for the development alititM expansion and advaiioenient of com munlty work. Hbw vital it was for the men of oach section to have social intercourse In order to entertain the friendly spirit neudwl for the pro-gaof work so necessary for Central and Kentucky, its roads, school churches. Address by Dr. Atcheson of the K. Addrvos by V re MorrbMSM prre l i.i. i ; i tf Roofing, Guttering, TINNING AND PLUMBING. reaii-latio- n prtM-poctiv- e CALORIC FURNACE THE BEST HEATING PLANT MADE. Now i iicory the time to have this work done. HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TIIIRTmilIRD YEAH LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 3. 1922. NUMIKR 17. FARM BUREAW EDITION Valuable of ail Otaumtim THE FARM BUREAU IS THE BIGGEST ORGANIZATION OF FARMERS THB WORLD HAS EVER SEEN of his pipe are pockrt knife and n small iron rod hp met fur burning out the .'-- . , i which ,., Uth lh,.(). .uaiunacuiri'ii iy iimui in war- for ,h( plement ami a gotnl stock of corn rani County Renowned cot Mr. Hurt is able to turn out Throughout The Kntire enough pipe to yield him n nice income, hut not anything like nble to Country supply the ever increasing demand for hi pipe. one of the Garrard county ha There are of coune other pipe met unique factories, In that the makers, both In thi nnd adjoining maohlnery consists of only n pocket countie, and tame of them make a knife and the material used an ordi- mwt creditable pipe, but none have nary e"m cob. And yet thi "fac- ever been able to turn out anything tory" i nlway taxed far beyond it which utiuld equal the original "Sam dpartty, for it output is known Hurt cob pipe." throughout the wide worlil. Th pipe nai probably brought Saw Hurt corn cob pipe are teen into national prominence by the m the hall of the U. S. Senate, In famott Canard county fox hunter; of orne of the mo.t promt-- J the SIM Kt,ntlvmftXf ,irthm nnt financier en Walt Mreet and ho in particular, would use nothing but hns customer in almost ever)-- itatc the original "Sam ll"rt pipe," und in the I'nion. the)-aluatsmoked one when tending 'their national reunion, and almost ever) fox hunter throughout the country m now .Mr. Hurt' cu-- J turner .Mr Hurt' pipe sell for an average of r.O cent each, ranging from that price to as high as $1.00 each. Theie price may seem high, but every pipe is hand made, ami will out kut an ( ordinary brier, and U considered by weetet, bet smoker to be the (making pipe obtainable. I I ltfe T v Hampshire Hog on ta be type of tobacco, ami his three sons, KELLEY the a.iric nnimn, of a'l the other' Webb, Joe I. and Walter Kelley, all nnd it FARMS stock fwin'1 on thuof form Hampshires AND SONS of this county. veritably the Home the These gentlemen each own farm, hog, of which they are justly proud, comprising n the aggregate about Acres and is The Contains especially of the high standards of Growers nnd Distributors of 400 acres, and which constitute what thi breed which they are the proud Home of Hampshire Hoks The Celebrated "Kelley's U known a the celebrated "Kelley owner. The sovv herd Include two ridge farms." Upon these farms and And Sheep Improved Standing Up daughter of Cornhusker Lad 36011, nowhere else, all of the "Kelley Ima .son of the famous Lookout I.ad, proved Standing Up Hurley Tobacco Hurley Tobacco Harry Rlcr, Popular Managrr nnd Internal. onnl Grand Champion Seed" is grown. The pods are sun Seed" that sold fur 15,000. Also one ripened, no convasslng of pods to One of the mott progressive young dnuchter of Lookout O'Henry, the lessen germination resorted to, no farmer in (Sarrard county, and we shot boar Uiat was def en ted only by The Molt Estentlve Growers of To- machinery or heating process is i dare ay no one is more popular, thejlltlM National Swine Show Grand in gleaning the seed and every prebacco In Kentucky the Champion, General Pershing; two Harry I). Hire, who manage caution is taken to keep the seed rp owned by '., T. daughter lleechwood Farm, of Lookout Cornhusker Nearly a half century ago, when to the high .standard which ha been Bice and Son, of which Harry i the 3rd, a grandson of the champion attained for thi most popular type made Lookout I ad; two daughter of Look- the growing of tobacco in Garrard Junior member. Harry ha county wa In its ineipiency, when it of tobacco. farming and live stork a life tudy out Tipton Climax, son of Lookout The Integrity of these gentlemen and wni well prepared for hi work Cornhuker 3rd., one daughter of wn in the experimental stage, Mr. is of the very highest class nnd by ! taking active charge of the General Pershing nnd several other Ben L. Kelley began raising tobacco. fair fore and honest dealing they have He gave the growing of the weed hi lleeehwood Farm, having graduated just about as good, that we have not full attention and after years of succeeded in establishing a seed with honor at the low a Agricultural the space to mention here. The labor and study, succeeded by apply- growing business which covers the ago. College n few year For foundation animal of the lleechwood entire burley tobacco growing disgenuine Kentucky hospitality, graei Farm herd were selected from the ing what might be termed the Bur- - trict, comprising the states of Ken.. . nan inrui , in raiding nnai is now .1 ,, , hef.rty welcome, one ousness, and a tucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiann, Illi. ' known throughout the hurley raising i urbur try nnd include onlv the irood indi- only to vmt the beuutiful . . , ' .iismci as - tveiie) improvc.i aiami nois, parts of the Virginias and Caroban home of Mr. and Mm. Harrv ,.li..i- - ..t ,u.. .i lina and many other states. There ng t'p Rur'cy Tobacwi " Kiee on the llurkeye road, where they the breed. j is scarcely a year that they are able are happily ensconced und Harry, the Mr. Itice tell us Umt he has nai 10 uppiy tne entire demand tor their manager of the lleechwood Farms, dlwl all of the other breed of hogs, j seed. containing 110 acre of at good land but be ha come to the conclus on a there Is in Garrard county. that the Hampshire is super.jr ti COUNTY While several hundred cattle are them all. The increasing !emnr. I Hh handled by thi firm during the year, each year for the Hampshire hag, and profitably too, yet during the has been a little less than pl.inox. ' The Hrmght and narrow path i too last yeor they have added the famous nal. "The Hampshire breed ha won L!l A Very Commendable Movo small. Most of t tJeet to crowd- - Hampshire Hog and the Hampshire the Grand Chamnionshin in cnrloail mg nnu Mieep Ui meir "repertoire nt the International L.ve.Ock Made With This End in A really witty pertM seltfewt claiming that in thtwe two lino of Show held in Chicago, more than View Meets With Much laugh at b own joke. It Isn't slock they hove selwted wisely and Lny other breed and has won tt m' 'succession for four year," Mr lt.ee" Mu'iiarj'. EncouraKcment nt The Hampshire heep which they tell to writer, adding. Some people find It nccewary to handle, come of the well known! "These winnings, and the Hamn-- ' Paint Lick boast of teir loyalty becauc other Harknes strain .developed t the hirc winning In the dressed carcass uople are unable to tHcover it by Walnut Hall Stock Farm in Fayette! conteU bear evidence in which our, A recent visit by a body of the "y tool un-county. by Mr Hurt tlrir act members of the Chamber of Com- energies are bent producing a be. ! j mcrce to Paint Lick describ -2 - ter hog for the purpose for which ed by the Central llecord representall hog exist. The stand.ng in the being a great success, ative a market clashes at these big show and I In the dressed carcass contests with and the visitor ns being treated with "great courtesy" by the citizens of the competition between nil breeds, W. R. Kelley our thriving neighboring town. And important far more important than record priced individuals. years why not pray? We would advise the For more than twenty-fiv- e "The one big thing which might be Mr. Kelley pro luced thi particular members of the commercial body, .accredited directly to thi policy i type of tobacco, and each year his and the citizens of the town as well, the fact that now when the market crops topped the market in price to make more frequent visits to this thriving town within the borders of demand Is for a meat-typ- e hog, the above all other otferings. Hampshire is that kind. Clov touch During this time Mr. Kelley was the county, nnd find out just how ha always been kept with the netnl constantly seeking to improve the "courteous these good people can be, of the packer, at the same time we quality of the weed, until he finally and we can assure you there does not j were developing a hog to meet the succeeded In bringing it up to the exist a more cordial or hospitable Not only should the Taint Ideal of the feeder anil producer. high standard which it now holds. people. A n result, ever since the ImportHe studie 1 every angle of the pro Lick visit be repeated, not once but ation of the Hampshire hog into the outtion, from the quality of soil best often, but other sections, Bryants-villHuckeye, 1 nited State McCreary, Buena stress has been placed adapted to producing the best seed upon the developing of a meat-typ- e pmis to the best manner of handling Vista, and in fact every hamlet In animal, one dressing out the greatest the pod in order to secure the high- the county should be visited. Cultivate a spirit of county ieiii'iuaKe ui good euiuie est germination. show these good people meat of the highest quality, a deep Meantime the growers of burUy straight side of bacon heavily streak- tobacco throughout the burley belt that you are interested in their weled with lean, a deep wide ham with were coining to a realization of the fare, encourage their various enterno excess fat nnd a heavy meaty superiority of thi peculiar type of tainments and in fact exhibit towards loin." tobacco, and Mr. Kelley was being them that fellow countyman spirit importuned on nil tor seed. So that is due them, and which should When trouble moots you half way persistent, and to uc an extent, dkl be made use of more freely in the hop over it and keep goingUtotse demands grow, that Mr. Kelley future than it has been heretofore. That eccentric backwoodsman and The latch Hiring wiKr outward determined to raise seed fur the marKentucky pioneer, Davy Crockett, (only to thot' who pull it in modera- ket in order to supply the ever made use of nn expression more forcidemand far hi sow). tion. Having perfected his seed to the ble than polite when he said "HurThe secret of ucce.j is no secret highest jKHwiblf state, he determined rah for Hell and praise your own at all Kvery failure can tell you all to protect his cutoiner-- i from imita- country," but the expression U a about t, tions, for. !ke alt articles of known splendid one, for no country, county merit, there are always imitators, anil or municipality can thrive unloss its I urticltM of little actual value offered citiaenery "hurrah" for It. WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS a "just as good," but In reality have hearty cooperation of the osti no value whatever, and no merit eave ums of old Garrard county for the aohy and a slight reduetidH in price below the common weul will do ax much toLa mo over)' morning, Miff all da worse when It's damp or genuine article which they seek to ward furthering her interests as the organization of chilly? Suspect your kldnvys and imitate. sooielta. try the remedy your neighbors uso. In view of tfetMe facts Mr. Kolley regurdloss of how good be their obARE AGAIN WONDERFUL your neighbor! Ask had hi trade mark registered, and jects. I Mr, Goo. Carpenter, Stanford thi traJe mark, which in a SEASON" BARGAINS WE YOU EVERY ay. "About ten of the rtrm signature "II. Pike, - Kelley City girls aw kicking against havye.ir ago Dean's Kidney Pill cured FROM LONG YEAR. YOU KNOW ALL and Sons" U placed upon every pack- ing to wear long skirt again. Of line of it sewre case of kidney trou course kicking is cnnier when Uuy ble. My hand and feet wero so age of seed, large or small, sent out are short. MOW CONKwolleu at time I couldn't put my by thi rlrnt. hoea on or handle anything, either. Incidently we might state that uny I had nwful pain In my hips and one ottering to sell seed INTO READY VERTING SURPLUS STOCK CASH nt the across the small of my back. Sharp genuine article under this trnde mark We positively will not permit fox stinging pain would dart through are subject to prosecution FORCES US TO CLOSE OUT LARGE OF and a hunting or h'inting of any character my side and up through my spina, severe penalty for violation of the or trespaislng on our farm. Any that felt like needles piercing me. IN NEW AND FRESH GOODS Morning I felt tired and languid. I I' S. patent laws. Mr. Kelley is not violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Trice. W. A. was all run down and had no energy desirous of causing anyone uny FALL TRADE. ORDER TO STOCK UP FOR trouble, but a matter of protection Price, Joe Criscilli. T. J. Price, It. I read how Doan'a to do anything, Kidney Pill had cured people of to hi customers, he tells us he is L. Klkln, II. M. Lear, It. I. Barker uch trouble, so 1 started taklnc going to prosecute to the limit any- It. F. Parson, Marlnda Longsworth, tbeui. I took several boxes of Poan'a one he finds offering seed represented J. V, Bland, Askin and Moberley, and they cured mo and the cure ha to be the genuine article In imitation J. J. Sebastian, W. . Moberley, been permanent." of hi product. Forest Calico, Davi Sutton and COc. at all dealer. FotrMtlkura The firm of U. L. Kelley 4 Sons Hughes Bros. Co, Mfr.. Buffalo, .V. Y. I competed of Mr. II. L. Kelley, the (Other name will be added upon McROBERTS DRUG STORE futher, and originator of the Kelley the payment of 25 cent) (tf.) COR PIPFS ., hi ,n 'ne manufacture BEECHWOOD g ,,. 1 ud S-- rd al-m- -- ay ii" wB COOPERATION -- lt kmhS 1 i NOW 1 J For The Bargains I e, ' I'u.'-aiu- ka - Another Buying1 Feast for the Women. Come! THOSE OFFER ABOUT THEM THE NECESSITY FOR i HKRETHEV "AFTER fac-siml- I- EXPERIENCE Hunters Beware QUANTITIES AT SACRIFICE PRICES THE I E. DICZERSON & SON Trie Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Aug 3. 1922 What' One to Do? ",,IUj j j Goodbye Boils! S. S. S. Will KM You of aits, Platals MstMiaaeU ami Slcfai Eruption.. your hkwl Is A M in n volcano, so rhuck full of rolnirm that ths "toll" out Into n loll They'll "Iwlllnr up" until you destroy them Compla-teltijr the upa of 8. H. R, ona of the mot powerful known to science. H. B.H. has stood the) trot of time. Tim owr of Its Ingredient I arknowlUd by authority. Ita mullein! Ingredient ra guaranteed to bo purely vnaetnble. a, klllsnt off. It dears the ikln of boll, blotches, blackheads, aenn. leesema. rath and othe r akin eruption. wnu noes u morouaniy. it drives out fit the blood Impurities which causa rheumatism, makra tho tlood rich and purebullda ui kst fleah. It heloa to -cells. that'; Are y. ap U lb neek" In b!.J m. manufacture, new Mood ,H. one of ita secrets. 8. 8. la parities I. an of tt crrate.t Jruc .tores. In two .lira. Tbe Isjr- r known. Try R, jcr alio U Uio aoro ccoovmlcal. "S. S. S. is for sale nt McRobcrts Drue Store." rim-pleMed-partsr- Fair Exhibit of College To Feature Ten Pointers kp Ten phase of better form and home pnctlce fo Kentucky will be ilenlt with In the educational exhibit to be made by the College of Agrb culture nt the coming State Fair, it hns been announced by N. It. Klliott, who it in chnrge of arrangement for In the display. Important point connecting wit farm economics, horticulture, dairying, home economic., farm engineering, poultry, animal husbandry, boys' and girls' club work, agricultural extension and soil nre to be brought out in the display, according to the announcement. through which Preventable leak farm profits seep away will be brought out in the display to be made by teh farm economics depart Penguins Unafraid of Man. ment while the horticultural division The Laxy Man. of the nntnrctle re- will show how proper storage meant The penguin Nature In gtod unit kind nnl nl that, but It lnix no tie for n laiy man gion nre the most human of nil the the saving of fruits nnd vegetables. Tlio minute lie quit hoeing she starti bird family. walking uprlcht nnd The farm engineering specialist of In communities, quite tinnfnilil of filling ui mrden with weed. the college will confine their display mnn, to n contrast of sanitary nnd unDltt of Information. sanitary farms and homesteads which Ljpd Flh In India. Tlio phrase, "n feather In his cap," the , In India certain specie of fish enn wil Ibe designed to emphnilze originated In nn old cutnm In which forlmilo nay one to wenr live out of wnter a tiny or two, nml on importance and necessity of keeping n feather In hi cup unions he had n hot summer's day I hey mny he seen the ground about the farm and home innktnir their way rather clumsily, in n clean condition. killed a Turk. cro the flelils. Home economic specialists will On Happiness. join with workers from the home I nn happiness hut In n vlrThere "Ard." tuou nml conduct. Un- - I "AM- - Is n Saxon termination of demonstration agent division in ' model nnd poorly arranged los our nctloti "III liear tit test of rcrsoml name denoting natural This display will be deour sober Judgment nml reflections tendency "goodtem-pored"n (ifdiMnl. ; kitchens. OIlTiird, uiMin tliotn, they nre not the nrtlons Thornl"; drunkiinl. signed to show how the kitchen may anil consequently not the hnpp'nc of "sottish"; stugpiril. "Iaij" nnd many be arranged to save the most step Honjtimln Franklin. other. it rntlnnnl and promote the greatest efficiency in the household. The value nnd methods of artificially hatching and brooding chick will be brought out in the poultry display. Actual money will play a leading role in the animal husbandry display In which bill will be used to how the added protitt that come from feeding hog The n balanced ration. The dairy exhibit will contrast the Reason outstand.ng differences between the profitable and unprofitable dairy cow. Exhibits of food, ennnnig and clothWhy ing work done by junior agricultural club member will form the center They of attraction In this display while the extens .n exhibit will be devoted to Are Best showing the growth of county and no niy uvmcnstration agent work in THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Kentucky, Ml I Let us tell yeu what we hnve now READY FOR SALE. llr-In- i.' Hun-piryg J j! By CLARA OELAFIELD ELECTRICITY PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCH TO A HOME The Best Pay Best one-doll- Caprrifht, lilt. Wt.t.m Union. "Do I think I'd enre to go to the picture) Sure, Mr. I'cothcrhead' I dote on them. Hut If I couldn't see jou're n xrfict getitlemnn I should SEE BY IT. READ BY IT. COOK BY IT. HEAT tliiink joii kindly nnd plead another engagement, since I've only knoun jou BY IT. IRON BY IT. WASH BY IT. these two tin that been stnjlng ut the 'llelvedere.' Taking my holldii) early? Well There is no end to the uses lo which you can Je, I bud to. You see, Mr. Feather-beaI only graduated lint u Inter-v- ery strictly brought up. 1 vn, nnd put electricity when it St installed in your home. It ua n dreadful day when my death innde It liecenry for me If your home is not wired for electricity let us to go Into Ibe business world. I'm nil alone In the world except for Sl'ler do it for you now. The cost is lew than you Nancy, and she's, well, she's peculiar, imagine. Tho benefit nre renter than you could .Mr. Featherhend, nnd we'll let It go nt that. conceive tin I cm you hnve lined electricity before. "You see, there nre girls who can make their wuv In businea life, hut A personal interview with us will jfive you nil I soon found I wasn't one of thorn, ( f the details. If )ou e got pniiMe good look and ome Mle, jou've either got to deluxe joursolf or P't mil. I studied stenography, nnd 1 got n with llruimiioll A Co.. the eiort llrm d'jou know them? No? I shouldn't think yirtl umild, Mr. Fentherbend, becnuse I can see Jou're Hot their J M)le. "Would JtHi believe me, I liadn't Ixt-i- i young there three iIhjs Mr. llrnmmell akiil Hie why I looked Turntd Down Fend Relative. so sour. So I ttdtl blm n wi ne. the beggar Iw"llo .Ml the ikxtors g'Ve you wik girl bail to sour In lnilti- t- or j int to to m I'm hungtv tirst thing she knmv aome iiinii wmifd much hope regard'ng mir rb h '.n lo s in -.. thev r. died tho Ib.b be muj "Frieml." nan. ho presuming. Then be said be didn't Him-- "' ' n main i main. I luive ii tu I my looking sHr If I knew-- how to Ihe for nwny jinr - Mmm urnft ftir ,ar fnre anal I pro--l spell, ami apart from that would I IW. ' l that n raartmralltio try taking hi note In longhand, tr-! It. d Mstttrllnck's Olus Olrd." lllrmlnftinm eatise I ctmld tin It faster. IUr.1" Maori e MNotrllrk' "lllue "I sw allowed tlwt. and next day be Is a fairy rtry. The IMgtan ulb.r What Would Vou Dof naked me what I inean't by Ims sM of It. Tills IMho lUr.r of My srMers ebb and child It a girl. said that Innocent tiusltit- girl were ulH Mx years obi twin In danger of being mine la jot n fantasy, n fairy tale. When she nn asked oat to ten by men, and then We all seek batti4ne. do we not? Were horn. Sum nftrr ltd .n.-ri- i fnwlly enme bnaae fur a visit. One they bail to give up Ihi-i- r Job or lose Well, the lllue lllrd' Is bniplneaa Quite iwy wnen ihere wn company nml we Mr. Ilrummell said the bird that Is nevor euugbt their self.repo-t- . he was glad to know, and wouldn't It simple. Just 4 story for children of were all sealed nt Ihe dinner table, S.xtie ile see mtstlc Mary rblbtlsh ..(,-,- . ning .Hit ud be heller to make print letter, so I all age. in It, but I I are none and clear ctmld reil thorn afterward. And that meaning 'Aunt Josephine, what It wti n dutnutlon. u tidny tak " would you do If y,.ii hnd very afternoon, when he'd bvn reatl-Intwin?" throncli a Iwlt h of letter I'll IJI-e- l blm, he stitldotily tunietl nHiml for and nkti we Mould I cotue out to lea wllh blm? Best IbkiIkicI fcr SLKI IIS IL'hDS B:sl way lo par for. HOME. "I'm not the kind to take n dare, hi I told him wa through anil came away. After that I bail nn nufnl time, but by nml by I got a Job with an cnelo-concern Smith A Co. on Xjij wouldn't know them, I can see N.rar l't miht plft!ti BASTIN BROS. i jet."--llato- reapi-etnbl- e lik k-- gnly Asr-lleral- inc. 1 il. , g 1 that. "Would jou Mleve me, after I'd been working ther two weeks I found i bunch of lion em on my desk one morning from joung Mr. Smith, whom I worked for. They were ragweeds. I looked up ragweed In the language of I 'loners, but they weren't given, so I couldn't find out Just how much young Mr. Smith meant by them Hut I "lis on guard then. I tell jou. anil I took them to him, evplalnlng that n girl couldn't take gifts from men until she linn engaged to him. "Kind of nice man, joutig Mr, Smith wax lu many but fast a they make tliilii. When I asked blm If It meant be wanted lo be engaged to me be got nil heated up, nnd llunlly confessed that the llrm wax going tmtik-nipand he couldn't afford to marry for twenty jenr or so, and every one jwnx lenvlng, but be was giving mc the tip private)-- , and I could laku two weeks' salary because I wns smarter than the rest of the girls. "Well, after that ou bet 1 discouraged familiarity from my next bos. Ill inline was I'eter know blm? You wouldn't, Mr Featherhoail. He was running nil olTIre downtown nwny, and 1 I won't give the nihlros win the only girl there. There wa only old Mr. I'eter In the room with me, nnd you bet I kept my eye on htm like n cat wnteldng n mouse. "I knew then" were rock nhend from the way he'd look nt me when he thought I didn't sou blm, and sure enough there were. "He used to stand over me when I wns typing, with u took' lu Id eye that nny girl would understand the meaning of. The morning enme when be suddenly snatched the sheet that I'd Just tj'ix'il out of my band and tore It up. I knew-- then that hi aslon for me hnd grown uncontrollable, nud I let out a scron m Hint brought half the employees of the building Into the room. "They found me struggling with the monster I tell you I marked hi fare for him nnd there wn some talk of gelling it Milcemuii, but the lulildle of It all I fainted lu Ihe arm of joutig Mr. Ilottomley, of Fubrlglit'it do jou know them? and when I came to I was lying nn the sofa wllh the door wide open, nnd every soul on that Moor bad gone but met Thnf wlint eoplo do for Innocence In distress, Mr, Fentherheiid. "So, you see. that's why I'm taking my liolblnjs early, nnd, lis for the pictures what's that? lie's remembered another engngemetit? What an extraordinary young man! I never suwany one walk so quickly." i Dixie SANDERS " BROS. & J. M. AMON. PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. Chop Stroke Came Natural. Oolf Instruct ir "Oh, fining il.o club, man! Swing It IWt chop nt the ball as If you were n butcher." Confound It, thnf Jut what I nm." Itixion livening Trnnserlpt. -- CltyJProperlyonly. Ask the man who has payed for his .home through the Building and Loan Association $1,000 TO LOA1N Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L Robinson, President. Miss Scr SLtlbj Maion, Seclj-Tit- The Rldegroom. "When lie married her, she Fettled . A EOlllin. n ftriwlnl InHHnc m. rncer on him." "Sort of n mnrrlngt of conveyance. wni.n't It?" Life. I j Mother-To-B- e, ), "Am ye workln. The Olive Tree. Second Ijibortr ".Sure. I got The olive tree Is to hnve ii dandy Job ilxln1 de trolley trnrka. I been originally n native of (Srcecc, but to rtilt every minute or so to let It I now naturalized In the south of line de enni pass." Life. France, Italy and Spain, where It his been extensively cultivated from lime Witrh Out.. ri.l.h.JI Immemctlal for the nil expressed from ....... j Cnrhhad, the fumou . health resort, i the fruit. The tree nttnln un almost . . .. . . i in i ii on it crust, tinuerneatli which, Incredible nge. Near Kvrnl, In the uuni lfc n subterranean lake of boiling vale of .Mnrmorn, I a plantation about water, nnd nil the hot tulpliur M'rings two miles In extent of very old trees, lime to he renetoly watched and supoed t'i be the snnie tree mentho prvcMire kept down lest the town tioned by I'llny us growing there In be destroyed. the first century of the Christian era.' Joel" llrst Laborer On the Shhilcu Shift, Read This Here It a wonderful mcac to nil cxtiectant mothers. From toll mo ment on, cast from your mind all dre.-.nnd fear, and fo. l every day as freodom ihe montbN roll by that from rn mil of tho sua riai; which thousands of expectant mothers uc- drs;o, unnecettarlly. And vhen tho Little Otio arrives, you can have that moment morn frro from suSTerlng than you have perhspa Imugtned An eminent physician, expert In this science, g-- Vldt Field. Madg- i- "In Inking n survey of the mi thinkmatrimonial sinmiimi are ing Mf miijobo in imrtlculnr?" Mar-Jr"No; I'm Ht bronib-nstlng." li t, An . first , ssia nil kii i iun FOBD .(). ATTCVTIfiy i ' raau, Scranton, rc, says: MVIIh my tint two cl.ll.lr-- n I tta.l n itfMitir muii a Mtir anil llirt th'T u had lu has shown tho way. it was bo who produced tlio rrwat remedy. '.Mother's Friend." Mrs. C. J. Hart- - The Word Cockle. the mettle f ene ha several stranie dcr1l..na The w.H-,- rtsrale I nld It. hnve been derived from the riwmblalire In shne "flever Days." "Itever" It n drink between menl ' n etsrkleshelt ami , heart; eoll-gt Cngland, Kton tbev friii the the fonnerlv bad "bever when extra lre. k wrd f..r henrt kur.lia. nnd ttte ! r "n-- l bread were served daring the I 'I n w rd for cocMe iHrliliin. nnd afternoon in the college ball to tu fr.'Oi He I iitln w .r. l den and any friend whom the) bad vetifr le, n s uaM vny In an nimal bodv 'Inv'teit "Mr. K i for " form ami eeresnttny, Isn't she?" should saiy ". Wliy. that woman would Ins4at on dressing Hp to enter tain m Iden." Hoaton Trnertnt. er Catrcm'.t. a great Qlvtn Ntw Jaw. sergemil name Vlalla, whoa,. i,iMr aw wa blown away by kplovltii m the WnrM war. ha be-meted with a ensnpjHe set ot f1- - toastk asxl u rwltWr tongue. Ut It nam- - able to talk ami sing I Fu-nc- reu4 T heart" war) i dn, tix-hb'- flllrcn lulnutr..' tia.n't rry IU only about nn tlmv l.t In. flillilreu I ilrnil ami li.J unly llti i.iy lnlrtivinl., hat 314111'r's I umiI nur.'i ir. hadI tu c.t h iluctur b.uu 'a. I I ta or OWNERS. I I (!) I LOOK . AT THESE PRICES We Have Other Makes "Mother's Friend" It applied externally to tho abdomen, back ami hips. It n Ms tho rnusclct nnd tissues to expand easily. It penetrates quickly. It contains no narcotics or harmful drugs. It is safo, Thcra Is no substitute. Avoid useless creates sometimes recommended by tho unknovr- Ing. ".Mother's Friend" Is sold by druggists everywhere ni&t.lati bt."hUh nut UaJrt.l all ltfhtf rAit mhiMIMaJSaU lUauUbr .UMit rtitti. t.i, l).l.' u lasiu, UA K. VOTC-W- Just as Cheap OLDFIELD TIRES S6.50 'l4Srtbii. ill. .vllfcnt.ili far rtfotH. iml lb. UtlMn.Uoa .(mS fr fflwttttol krk, AUaala, (ia. 30x3 ill (I) 30x3 A $7.50 CHAIN TREAD. UNITED STATES 30x3 30x3 $9.45 $11.70 A McROBERTS I DRUG STORE Kvery person lies at one time or unother. We can't leep stumling. I GOODRICH . 30x3.. .$8.75 30x3 A 30x3 FIRESTONE CORD A $10.75 $12.00 I ft Opportunity never knocks at some people' doers. It nllds them wide open. Some people never put all of the.r eggs in one basket. They have too many. eN'ver be ashamed of the company you keep. They may feel Just at ;K " 1 1 RED TOP FISK II 30x'8 30x3 -- .$12.00 $15.00, Get yours while getting is good. A M i Bertker A. Ballard KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, Ths Qaucht Qlrl. Senator Illriim Johnsiui said In an Of course your neighbor hat his faults. How cite could he keep address In Washington: "State papers of International m. pace with you? port should bo very dellcntrly worded. Speed maniacs arc a blessing in Kvery effort should be made not to give one respect. They make a lot of Offense. Yet some of our diplomats seem to me to be as gauche In these lazy duffers hustle. matters as tho little girl who said When a woman tells a fellow that to tho doctor; "'Here's the remains of Ihe mediher heart is broken It is time for him cine you gave grnndpop, to duck. She is looking for a repair dead, and mamma thought doctor. He's you might maa. want to uso It on somebody else.'" mortilled. The averitKe person is timid about stattitiK a bank account with a small sum of money. They carry their money about with them, anil having it with them they are continually mnkini: inroads on it. Hut if an account is started there is an incentive to adtl to it, and not liavinn the rimdy cash in pocket, the inclination to buy articles without consideration is curbed. As a result, in a short time the first $100 is accumulated in the bank and from that time on tho pleasure of adding to it is intensified. ii niTi7riic UMILClld uftTinuu HHIIUHHL niui DAM. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 3. 922 1 VALUABLE HICKORY TIMBER GROWS SCATTERINGLY OVER LARGE AREAS I I M I'd (III Smiths Jones Beechwood Farms HERD BOAH, BEECHWOOD WICKWARE GRAND.SON OF INTERNATIONAL GRAND CHAMPION and Mabel By MORRIS SCHULTZ tnM. till. Wmtrn Npapr UoUft. Hampshires Mmltlt anil June, were government clerks uf Washington, hut they were no rH;uury clerks. They were high Ui in tin anile. Smith was In the ur !!!. 'e anil June hml aometliltig to il with the l'hltlilnes. N"'v for some unfnrtunntu over siuiit vihnt huMnil whs this: Smith'. Jei..irmi'iif wai eiHuliKtln: a neat llt- tie uirfnre aitulnst a tMitnllt trthe In the mountain. Uiiomnt of the fuct Group of Hickories Pignut in tnt Ccnttr, Shaebark on tht Sldts County, Tnnttce. Putnam ' art I Atti Hickory timber although held ill seemingly vast ani'iuiit l)' tti forests ,mii ltectmn In of tin' country, nu autllrleut to meet American manufacturing ami woodworking needs, The Incrcastug demand fur IliU valuable species, together with the aeuttcred character of lt growth In tin forest, Itveoming more ami wore liiacwaalble ami dltncult to log. 6Unds Ara Wldtly Scafttrtd. The I'orest Service, United States Itepartment of Agriculture, puts the country' preaeiil supply of hickory, distributed through '.iUW"t aerv of for?!, at I5;M,IiI,I"I Itoard feel. Of till the Cut ml Mate have .?.!, atl,SS) feet, the loer Mississippi feet, tin South states r. 1 7 ami Kasl (lulf states :t. s;i.i . I'M feet, tlir Middle Atlantic states 4 1 "A Ixmrd feet, tin I Jill state U jsT.il.i"i feet, nml tlii New I'ngland feel states J.l . line of tlii- - ites to which lilrkor)' I jiut la tin manufacture of sikes for The automobile wheels iih.ii tlii lihkory rwnM by this Industry alotn is tremendous, as ( there I much waste in cttinc tne not only for" select stock necesaar spokes but nlo (lie rim of wheels, Industries Compctt for Hickory. , Tor tbe mini jiart vehicle ami agrl- rtiltunil Implement Industrie compete wltli tin handle Industry for hickory mihI ab. Then arc located mainly In t the Middle Vt, loit tmw derive of tlielr uih supplies from tin South. organiA large numlier of zations purchased inori or es evtcn-slv- e hardwood tracts noun jeun ago, from which they are now- able to drew at least n part of Ihelr wood supplies, To secure hickory, which r larce arenn. the ebl1e ami ehlrle.nulemeiit lmltilrle oris Inully malnlatnisl etitiUe ItuyltikT. In Ittifffltis. nml tiillllittr nriniiltatloii South, Tlny ilraw iijm.h eery i him lot ourve fanui'M" avmlll, ami even mall mill. larKi clallliil 0eralloii lflinnil to hlrkory ahmi. Tlii! roiicenM In two ceuernt HIT)' Itl utix'k about iIbI illmenilon jeam' unly of 1 (Irpa. r lh a' mix Hrr1r.M has resulled In merchantable stands .. 1 1 Hist'iiro mi l I'laitlclty lo hhkory lu h lia'nre linn ilenliil lo other null' menial Sme art ulroiieer inntiy an hnnler. but the rare coinbl-liatMi of the iiialltle metitlouisl In l.irklm: In alt of them. Tlie ni material fur Itamlle In the! form of liort lot tMilta l Hiiellliie xptlt Into hatnlle blank) In the but the iiual pnirtliv l to the IhiIm Into blnnk nt tin factory The blank N coinlclereit mie-rlo- r to the oiuel blank In that It In hamlle. On the hm n otralcht-cralother IiiiihI, mihiiI Mnnk, thousli they are likely to Imhv inori cn train, an wore economical In the ijjm of timber. Hickory, ilue to lt unrlTaleil iroer-tlof irreat utrendh, elaitlclty. ami reallleiiry, I. uel exrlinlvely In the manufacture of Immllea of U"lf club. The coiKtantly Inrreanlnir iiMilarlly Mirt ha of thl iilaceil niiother on the hickory nuty. I hi '" Then l n ertnln tri'iis'h, The sow herd includes: two daughters of Cornhusker Lad l)01, a son of the famous Lookout Lad, an International Krand champion that sold for $5,000; one daughter, Lookout O' Henry, the show boar that was defeated only by the 1921 National Swine Show grandchampion, General Pershing. Two daughters of Lookout Cornhusker 3rd, and grandson of the Champion Lookout Lad; two daughters of Lookout Tipton Climax, son of Lookout Cornhusker 3rd; one daughter of the National Swine Show Champion 1921, General Pershing, and several others. FOUR YEARS THE BEST MEAT TYPE HAMPSHIRES The International Live Slock Show is the test of hof.prfxlucinf power. Ilampthirea have won the grand championship in this lest four years in uccetsion 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, in the hands of average farmers. No esperts needed to make Hampshires win. Hampshires are the greatest of all forage hogs. mnklng- the highest-pricepork out of the cheapest feeds d that Jones' iemrtment "as suhslillx-In.- : the same trlhe for helng good iMiys aii'l not Interfering vtltli their neigh-hors- . im, I I rl-a- ii, fpIlt-ltanil- Active, v gorou anil healthy they raie exceptionally large Utters. At the Internationa they have shown, almost without exception, the heaviest spring pigs of any breed, carrying always the heavy, high kill ng lean meat type on the farm. In 'itl.er words, while ftmlth was huckltig tlandlt llorrlnlMmlaCha with amis nnl ninmiinttloti, to keep Itumllt Wiiiik.i lt'mstfi In onler, Jones was bucking i to sit on ami kceji the 111 ilown. They It unite hy urrlilenl one night when talking over thin. at their hoiinllng house on Avenue W. It was no onllrmry Ixianllng house. It was the hest iHmrilliig houso In the world. liefHiim Jlabel Wlilti; lived then. Mahel wns only n typist, hut such n kind girt! Kverybody ovcl her. Smltl loveil her to ilesieratlou, and Jones loved her to distraction. Them was also a vulgar fellow, a mere iniinufiicturcr, living there he was a widower; hut, as he was fifty. It was eiM.-n- l that Mallei's Interest In him was purely sympathy. "What an we going to do about ItT" asked Smith. -Uh. do tell mi?!" said Mattel, vvho was Interested In things. "Why, there's nn Infernal trouble stnrted." s.ild Smith. "Tills Idiot has been supplying arms ami ammunition to to raid Ids peaceful, neighbor, Uorrloboola. Uanka-ltonglNle-f-iWankn-Itongttg The foundation animals of Heechwood Farms herd win selected from the loading Hampshire Herds of the country and includes only good individuals of the lending families of the breed. "A BEECHWOOD GUARANTEE" GOES WITH EVERY HOG. We have a lare crop of sprint; pitfSt of either sex that are priced right. Write us your wants anil inspect our herd. "Nothing of the sort!" shouted Jones Indignantly. "Thnt lunatic haa been supplying amis nml ammunition to to raid that cannibal, lUtrrlnboola-Oho the terrltorlea of our nlly, !" "Hut how perfectly thrilling I" exclaimed Mabel. "Io tell me who you think will win!" "ItorrlolKHiln-filin- . of course," said Smith haughtily. a W'ankn-Itongti- 5h." "VanknltKigbo, without doubt," )inul-tiium- l KEEP CONTAINERS UP TO THEIR FULL SIZE BEECHWOOD LANCASTER, Z. T. RICE AND SON, PROPRIETORS FARMS. KENTUCKY. c "Short" Baskets Due to Lack of Proper Inspection. Manufacturer Art Rtady to Correct Any Dtftctt Pointed Out by Department of Agriculture Shipper! Blamed. l'rtj4-A 4 aPftV I d bf (Tf ure "abort" tomato baaket maaueraib I quart tilt baket. The Unit-ti- l State i(iartmi'iit of Acrtculture I'lrl tip the ncclit. On the "trail of the troublesome till. the chate l talliil. t'artly throueh a ilelre to ronfonn to the IIk' of the ahlers ami partly of failure to hae the baaket forma lnnHi:tel freUently, roiitaluer far abort of the ntamlaril In lh. l'niir.t mal t Aeilulliii. tprtmat Years Unbroken Kecord As aa a Leader In Tobacco Prices Proves bet-aua- e Kelleys Improved Standing up Burley of uutoliioblle wheoU ay Maker that they ran Mill Ki't tin inateriul reiulrel If they makf Miltlelent effort uml iay the prlci, but It l mvenry to pi fnrther unit farther away for It. by tin Many luuulrli aervhv from ehlcli lmileiueitt maker, reijufMln: Information on mimiIiI umiI In . ubtltuti for the wih hide iiiakliij;. U merely another Imllcn-ttoati of tin ilimcultle In ui!le at the reeiit time uml of uncertainty n lo the future. Ton Olffirtnt Klndi of Mlckorm. lllckurv l often referred to us If It went a altiEli apeclna. like ml cum or j yellow i'plar. In reality there are 10 dlffcMit kinds of hickory tree. Tor hlckory hamlh imir", I'1""' known as tnu hickories uro liio.t vaiuume. The pecan hickories luclmli the water. un, bitter nut urletlea. Tin J nUl true hickories Comprise MiaKiiara, pK i r nut. abellbark. iilutiut. and Tins hnndlt Industry Is lamely dependent on this last uroup of tree for It raw material. Tin annual cotisuiypllon of hickory hy tho handle trade Is souiflhlni: over r.M,ts),(al feet board meusuri. I.lttli. If any, of this material passe IhrouuH the mwiiiIIIs, for It la ordinarily cut nml hliiil to the hatidlo factories In the form of lo ImiIIs or billet. All hickories do not Klve tin aaine service when made Into handles. Tin various parts of the same trw may show dlf uml the iniallty of feri'tit prois-rtles- . theMood tnur tho outer U uulte likely to illfTer from that nearer the hark. The wood of the butt of n young hickory tree U of ureuler uvernce toughness than It Is when the trcw U old. The wthMl of bult cut of both old and young treva Is touglier than that cut higher up the trunk. The hamlle manufacturers, for the most p.irt, demand iivondgrowth hickory, which cotisUt of young Mock of rapid growth. Beit Material for Handle. Hickory I the belt known material for certain clanes of tool handle, uch hi the si, aOc pick, hmtuer, and ttiM'k. fort nib-iju- i e were lie I lit: made. till baaketi for frulta nml ei;etablea are freuciitly the reault of rareleaa hamlllin; of the fonu ukciI In manufacturlni; the contalnera, the department Milnta out. Iiropplue the forma on the lloor or otherle inlaliHinlllni: them can easily knock them out of liapc. Kormi ami contalnerH of uumeroui baaket miiliufacturcra In Ihe United as often a Stntea an lnMi-teby the department, and the ha leeu thnt the manufacturers are ready to inrn-c- t any defecta In a ilcalre to turn out baaketa of Mandurd alio. Hut the ilepartincnl cannot Ki't nroiiml to all munufiirturbelni; urifiil era. who are then-forto hue their forma fris'ucntly lnaict. e and lo aiibmit auiiidea of their out. put to the department to be tested. If the ahlppcrx generally would also appreciate the desirability of uniform containers, the atnlidardltatliiu of con Inlners would be it slmplu matter, a)a meiiaun Short-im-aaur- TOBACCO SEED PRODUCES THE BEST TYPE OF TOBACCO GROWING DISTRICT. RAISED IN THE BURLEY rt All Seed Producing I'ods raised on our own farm. Pods sun dried, hand picked and cleaned. No machinery or heating process used in preparing seed for market, thus insuring highest possible germination. - said Jones with Icy Indifference. "Then you two boy a are really at war with each other," aald Mabel softly; and her glance was ao full of meaning that each of them realized Instantly that the winner In the tribal feud was the wlnuer of Mabel's heart. From that time on Smith and Jones regarded each other us deadly enemies. They tored over each Item of new that the Philippines from reached their respective department Of course the government rvnllied the mistake It had made, but there was nothing to be done ubout It now. Smith' heart leaped up cno day when he was able to tell Mabel, In Jones' presence, that Uorrloboola(Ilia's outputs had brought In two men. heads of That night Mabel looked unmistakably like Smith's, but th very next afternoon new arrived that men had eaten three of and the look that Mabel cast nt Jones when she heard the glad tidings, drove Smith to desperation. For weeks. It was touch and go. men would Now Itorrloboola-fiha'- s cupturo two calves und u dozen eggs village, and from Smith would take Mabel to the movies; men would bring then back the noses and a couple of eyevillages, brows from Uorrtohoola.liha' and Jones and Mabel would eat Ice together, while cream on the Smith gnashed his teeth In his bedroom. All tlio boarding house knew of the feud and scanned the papers with absorbing Interest to leant the latest news from the riilllpptues. The only exception wus the manufacturer, who east sour, dour glower nt ever) body front tils motor car. roadster with It was. a sliver fitting. Mabel adored uutotno-IdlinWanka-Itongbo'a Wanka-Itongbo's Wanka-ltongbo's Wanka-IliHigbo's tip The evening came when Smith and June met at the bourdlug house and o ceased to frown at ench other. Ter-rlbl- me SOY BEAN GOOD CATCH uiiK-ke- CROP Regular Practice at Mliiourl Agricultural College and I Very Successful. Tlie growing of soy beans ns a ralcli pnrllc crop ufter wheat Is n at the Mlsxourt iigrtcultunil experiment station und baa lieen very sucI'niler some conditions the cessful. catch cnp Is worth na much as the main crop. The bean run be cut for hay In plenty of time for fall settling of wheat. PRODUCTION '1 We desire to impress upon our customers to beware of "Kelley"" seed being oirered in imitation of the genuine. Look for the registered trade mark, a FACSIMILE reproduction of which U shown in thia advertisement. Every package of genuine "KELLEY IMPROVED STANDING UP BURLEY TOBAC CO SEED" BEARS THIS REGISTERED TRADE MARK. by imitators who offer seed "just as good." Look for the registered Do things had happened. "To think that traitor llorrtoboola-llhshould have Joined your cannibal and turned Ids arm on the whites l" "I wonder where sighed Smith. Mabel Is." "I can't, understand that scoundrel Joining your degraded against the whites," sighed Jones'. "lias nuybody seen Mlsa Mabel "Oh, getilltinen, have you hoard the new at" nsked little Miss Ormcrod, burstlug Into the room. "Mis White's eloped with Mr. I'hluney, and they were married thta afternoon!" n Wnuka-Itongbo'a ape-ma- n r not be deceived OF CLOVER SEED trade mark anil take no substitute. Crop for 1922 Expected to 8 Larf,ir Than Last Year Not a Heavy a 1918. Tna 'ft.- - production of crimson d,iver soil Is execte! to bo larger than last ) ear's small crop, although It will nt approach the hcary pro- B. L. KELLEY & R. F. D. No. I SONS LANCASTER, KY. duction of 10IM und 1010, according to report received by the United State Depdrtment of Agriculture "Dlvorcta WhlU Yeu Walt." Chicago, Ithodo Island, lleuo and ult other American divorce resorts must )leld the palm to llunim for tho facility, economy unci eitedlllou with which niutrlmoulal knot can be untied. When "on the road to Mundu-lay,a Ilurtnese couple have agreed to separate, they simply light two canities, one for each, und watch and wait to Nee whose candle) tlrst bum down. The one whose fate ha thus liren decided leave forever the common home; the unfortuuatv one cannot take away an)thlng but tho clothe on hi or her person. The other become the sole proprlttor of the entire common property. " The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 3 1922. The Newlyweds Servants Br CHARLES E. BAXTER TUBERCULOSIS FIGHT STARCHY EARED CORN IS GAINING GROUND SUSCEPTIBLE TO ROT One of Most Useful Discoveries Cortihi, tut. wtti Nwrrr I'mos. J FIRE TORNADO Interest in "Area Plan" Devel oped in Many States. Valuable Recently Made. Mean Provided In Selecting Seed That May Do Avay With Necessity of Testing Each Ear-H- ow to Distinguish. from tin ilny of llu-l- r engagement till they were married, which Is some sonic, Jim's father n n millionaire, and din pnrcnts doted on him. Doris wa Did they oi n Kir stenographer. ik.o the matchl They did H't, They welcomed Doris to their bosoms Mini talked about tho old homo town. Hut tho crmm of tin whole thine was in tin hone moon. "DorK wlmt ilo you think the splen-illold Dad's done for usr said Jim. "lie" taught us n little cottnse In the rountry, ami fHrnisiicii it complete, and we're to sicnd our honeymoon d Kvcrjthlng seemed perfect In the line match between Doris ands-HIn fnct. It nut Just like n fairy story. Thoy had only quarreled nine time Insurance LIFE i I aupplimint Htrd Work Which In Eradication of of Tubtrcular C to Accrdlttd Hat Rttulttd Many Htad dattlt. HAIL there!" They nrrlveil hy train the evt nine of ' turned out to U n substantial house, garden. There wn nn There was n enroll. There wn nn outfit of linen. There was some all vcr Hate. Jim fnther did thing In stylo. Hut then were- Holion, Mrs. IIoIh Mm. nml their daughter June, who illd their limrrlngc. The -- little cottage" ' J ' Jim. your fnthcr'x pone too far!" sobbed I)orl. "I'very thing's per fen, hut 1 did hoje thnt we could our hone moon ntone, I'd hnve rooked for you nnd done nit the houc-- 1 work, ever- - hit of It! And I enn't Ktnnd n butler! What do we wnnt n hutler fori"' "Well, darling I do think jou might nt leant give Inil credit for cood In' tention," nnwerid Jim. "Oh, I know you're sorry you've t nmrrleil me," nhtcl Doris. Jim was nghnst nt the low, mutter-In- s thunder of the tenth quarrel hurst on IiIh nncuMicd ear. He ntmlncd j hlii newly-madwife to him. Tliey mnde up In n few odnutes. However. It certainly wits n strnln. Kvery Hiotnent of the day Doris wn painfully aware of the Dobson family. Jane was always on the Malr. and Dohson followed her with n four look on his fnce. The sour look was exptnltied on Sunday. When Jim went to the garage to pet the car lohon Mild to Doris"Will you he. peine out llkwle. ' Madam?" "Why notr asked DorK "Oh. quite no, Mndnm," Dohson re-Oh. siM-n- d e , i the houeork. Reputable ' Insurance Companies Never Hide Behind Technicalities. When you buy Insurance be sure that the "SURE" is in it. There are positive tests that can be applied to prove pendability of insurance. policies. de- Let me apply these tests to your E. Prescott Brown Lancaster, Kentucky. turned. MDorl. nren't you coming? What' the trouble" Jim asked. "Why, you're crylmr. dcarl" "I hate thnt mean old Dohson," wept ... .. j .. I it 1 .. .. .it. . . i. hub hiwujb uiMiiijiruieu ut me, and he tohl mo pointedly thnt there wni a church only twelve miles nwny, as If he wanted in to po. Ami now ho objects to Sunday nutolnp." "The mlernhle old puritan!" Jim muttered. "Hut, darllnp, after all, tho Dad " "Oh, I know you'ru tired of me," sobbed Doris. The eleventh quarrel hune like n over tho horizon. Jim drained his brldo In hi nrms, and presently the nun began to shine npaln. ho'd have "If he'd hnil any 8en-known that a woman w Yt tnke orders from her servants," Doris snld tartly. "I didn't really want to po, Jim, hut I'm polne now. Just to spite old Dtilnson. We'll ran down to the beach nnd come hnck nt nlphtfall." "Cnirltnl," kald Jim. wntchisl them depart with nn onlpmatlcnl hntk on IiIn face. They teiit a sorccoiis day topether. They kwam In the lireflkcrx, and they even ale nnuts. which millionaires' fwiiiH itixl ilmiphters-ln-lnare really not Hippo-n- l to do. When they pot hnck "I wonder why Dohson Imm't lit up?" aoked Doris. 1 . j j 'Service that Serves' When You A New the country; mer l.'JVUl ttotnl vixf aad fooiel fnv of tuberculosis; more I Hsu '.'.IWHil un der uMrtlloH ; ami slut (is.(.i nn the ualtlln; lt. U'ImiiIii leads In number of accredited with .Ml,- 1S.-nnd Mlliixy-otHltli 3.7flt. f.4. Inweer, the rate at which the work Is Cirtnc ill In mhwo other ntntes. Iliee two will hate to kiep very buy to slay at the top. cattle In br Ih UMIxl aulM I). 4rtmM I AHtsly In the (udy of root, stalk, and ear rota of corn, omi of tho mist useful dlscotcrlrs Umi has bwn made Is a tcry iiollceiible dtffen'nco between starchy ears ami homy cur In the frequency of Infection nnd In the vigor of plants produced. These difference an dlcumtl in lesirtmeiit llulletlu prosri'i durlnp MmitIi. The tlon of tutMrruloU under the rvitipro- Itrlatton of the I'll n meter of tho henle plun penerally Includes a roiiii KudospiTlii to the Susceptlhllty of ty ns a unit ami all the rattle In the iK'iit Com to Hoot lloitlne, hy Jolm county are tented, The report liows P. Trost, asslotant atholoelt. llie that In mates where the eradlratlon liitcMlcatlous were ciirrleil on Jointly work wa roiireiilratisl In certain local by the I'liltcd Hlnles of Ities In nn effort to und I'unlue university Acriculture out the dl cnc entirely, a pnsit many more an ucrlcultunil ejperlincnt station. liars of the dent varieties that hsie imali wen testiil tlmii In Mate where the area plan Is not yet follow cd lo starchy keniels have been found u Imi organisms any appreciable extent. Infistisl with root-n- t In one month. Neltrnskn, worklup en more freijueiilly than ears in the same the area 4(in. tented 21.C0 rattle. A mshI lots iIhiI hae horny kenialK, inimher of lher MatiM nude Iriph ree-- This provh'es a ineuns of m'JccIIkII that may help to do away with I ho HeceIM orteatlHs every ear In determine whether from the tniHtont of nmt nil lufectlim It Is desirable to plant Starchy kernels are easily dis tinguished friHii t ! with homy rndoperiiis The Iwmy kernel Is more or less trnaslurcut ; that Is, It bis the lltht kis tliriHieh In the ame way that ovled iwimt dis-s- . Starchy kernels an- - omiue like a t!we of r lis Ik Starchy ears of dent varieties pp dues' larger numbers f wekiT grow. lug plants, more tsreptlbb' to rots In the Held, than do ears of more horny re4aosltln Them is an Impression among cam growers that the depth f the dents Is an Indication of the starchlness of tho kernels, hut thU has not been shown to be true. Chaffy kernels are ii'iislly very starchy, but starchluess assm-latn- l Is not necessarily with normally matunsl ear that are rough. At, Accredited Herd ef Cattle. The bulletin may be uhtalneit by ad ords as a result f the concent rail-h- i of dressing the dcpnrtHicut at Washingiffort In a few ti unties. Durlnc Manli, ton. 1. C. Mlchxan tested lli.SU head, Newr York, 1.1.07(1. MlMourl, H.TVJ; Indi DEVICE AIDS BERRY GROWER ana 11, KM. 'VlnonMli, 11 7SS . Iowa, mid Teniie4i-- , S.IM. The total Rolling Cutter Makes It Easy to number letted In alt the Mates durlni; Keep Strawberry Plants' Conthe month was i"2S,77ti. fined to Alloted 6pace. The area 4ali of telliik Is a valu able uplement to acvredlteddienl This device will ho found handy In I work which has resulted In tho eradikeeping I h Mrawherry bed In order cation of many thousand head of In- - through tho summer season. It I" berruloslx cuttle and tW e4abll!ihment rolling cutter used to cut thn run- -' ef more than 12Ui ImtiI accn-dllii- l tiers which othvrwlso would spread as free trim the dlseae. oat tx'twtvn tho rows and sot plants There an now ntore than where they are not wantM, writes, Ik trlld Kliln txpsrtra.nl Atrirsliurr In addition to HjMeinntlp eradication of rattle tuheritilils iy Dip acrmrlt- edlienl plan, Interest In tho "ana plan," as It l railed, has Ulrly In many Mate, iicronllnp to by the United Htalrs the reMrt Department of Atrlruliure desrrihlne U'rrMl r Hrrnr. luiil le nd ll.l, 3S.(l TILLAGE IS PRINCIPAL TASK of Need a New Car, New Battery Stirring of Weedt I Soli and Deitroylng Productivity Meatur of Vegetable!. Dhii Tire, Or ANYTHING for the AUTOMOBILE hlmt" muttcrisl Jim. Doris whIHiw for the tlpht oho was a little tlMld nidiletily hwird him houtlne. She ran to him. "Jim, wht'x th matterV "They're gone. They've the "CoMfound plnter "M- hnwft. down! petttkmt Ivory-hneke- Where'x 1" th Mlver utHl DorlK. the het ehliin, DorVH' toilet et, Jlm'n wilt, llirve bHMlnsI iMIars In null, and two OrientMl rues. Jim ruxhisl in the elij4.iie. put IiIn fMlher, nnd a frantle nmr-stln- i folloued. He kimMisl down tin- - ristHver. "IVithur never Mt us any nt all!" he shouted, it was a plant. I'll telephone the (loUro " "I think your father1 very lninlil-erntIn uxpect m to iki the housework alone," Mild DoriN, when he had telephfttied. "Why why " Jim simtoriMl. "Don't speak to iae llku that, Jim. Oh. I know you wish jmj were fns? npaln "I'wtr dnrllnp, you're upset," said It wh psHi- e- llkewe-- let Remember our self starter is your telephone. WE ARE AGENTS FOR U. S. ROYAL CORD TIRES. o PUT THEM ON THE FORD 3' SIZE $14.65. Phone Number 23 Service that serves is our motto. Jim. Storm Number Twelve klphed wearily and yielded to the iuii. Chang Til nee Is the main tMk of the u'unbniT. and the atttount of work devoted to stiriina: the A and HS kllOMU. deslroylnK the weisls will IHMure llm priHlucllvtly of the togoUM. At this POISON SPRAY NOT HARMFUL time the aihanUk'e of a whel Ihh will he appreciatisl. and for KMrilenor Heavy Coatmfs of Residue on Fruits Hlw bute itrelalle plattllHCH ( any and Vegetables Removed by Is hIhmmI a ihextent, this bandy Coed Washing. ewslly. The wofk Is hImmii lhat of loelae by hand. tul It Is I'oiss.n s.r.i) hi fruits awd vego. eell IHre ellh'leMly by the whei-- l Huv tabkM will Mrt bo fuatul hy euiHMMHers iIihii by the lilfaMmt baml loul. lu harnful sjMMItim if iiMnurn hIhi Wlmil Immm rHi mi istil that n hm tltM acaliust MSts mihI woman can keei a cartleN Ih a ttae f4hw the spraying sehishslo rwow- state of 'iillhst.in with imly a llltb misadasl hy the I'nUed .SlatsM )ewrt- Imh-Mam-hoeTorl. The nheel hate a In nt of Aaieuliare is Jh- f lltlarliruettls fer nrloos Mir Mhiuw. beeaiHM of heavy stiruylng or wr lux to stsraylng sno. Miuilt rake lls-llate lu the iwishi, lavesll- keei the will stirred .ifler I he wwsl Kulors fur the detwiinieul have found have bsn cut dwuH b llie hue blade etHHtwra lively large iaautlllos of Htla littolUs. pray n44tte ou fruits hihI vegetable y at harvest Hhh. oti prl-uctGIVE POULTRY MANURE CARE grown in dry climates. Wlo-hMVy csilllNts of reatdue were fiHiud FertHlicr Deteriorates Quickly When washing ami wli4ug remoisl uiucli of Stored Under Unfavorable It. and teoliK all of It. I'lporlmontM along this Hue were Condition!. undertaken by the dewrtmeut he- Poultry manure when properly iuiisi' of the HMi.ililHty that pru)lng Is ii tory valimhle l) prMiii t of fruits and vegetables might leave of pimllry riiMnir, but It deterluruies eiHMigh arvonlc. lend, or copper on the very ipilckly whii stonsl under surface to be Injurious In tho conMuch of the sumer. 'Die results, obtained by an- condlllous. Is lost In Hie form of inoHioniu ill) slug spruced fruits and vegctuhh who'll poultry liliililire beeianes wet. from various purls of tho country and t'lilins It can be uprisul oi the laud presented mostly In tho form of ta Imtnisllately Miiiltry manure ihoubt be bles, are given In Department Ilutlc Ktorwl uinler shelter. Maryland tin HI27, I'olsimous Metal on Sprayed '.Ml. Krults and Vegetables. Cop'ca may Ih obtained by addressing thn depart-men- t lit Washington, I), C PIGEON LICE TO ERADICATE Rolling Cutter for Derries. Van llurn In the Nebraska I. Knrit Journal. Ily rwoalug lhs cm-te- r Hp awl i4oh the rows one euu ry isistly keep Umi plants mc deslrtsl. Swell ii iiextre tu the Is made of two cutters frtsm an old disk utiHUitwl en a botutHa! frami IL eMs lt tine-thir- ioe itts s er ll esMM-tull- s d niifa-orubl- e llul-letl- li NJ'J! IhtriivacHtit Son Of roume, I Veep a running account at my tailor'. Irato Itunnlni: account lit tell me It ha been ttundlng for If montln." Paint Lick Garage Paint Lick, ' Kentucky. Dip Dlrds In Solution of Sodium and Soapy Water KCep Closely Confined. Flu-orl- d FIXING Federal GRADES FOR MOHAIR Are Mak. Wool Specialists Rathr Slow. Krlna Short claim that hi ance tor wire nil early n'ltler. Yen, and tie think Kro thai elves blm the rlbt to never ivttle ai Complete eriidlctillkii of pluisn lice Hisidhle In one treatment If direction furnished by the United Stales of Agriculture are folDepartment low eil, Ttie plKisius should be d!pd In a solution of sodium fluorid and onpy water, and afterward never their freiihuu. Stray plgeoaa uutt not L't'l Into the llock. Ing Careful Stydy of Output In Texas. Investlgntlona looking toward the of grades for mohair establishment aro now being made by the United of Agriculture. Statoa Department IVderal wool specialists nre making a careful suney nf I lie various kinds of mohair produced In Titaa. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTYITHMD YEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 3, 1922. NUMBCA 17. FARM BURF cbriculktre l I EDITION isfht OtcuBttimt CMnt Valuable Ms" 'if CO-OPERATI- M of7Mldd, THE FARM BUREAU IS THE BIGGEST ORGANIZATION OF FARMERS THE WORLD HAS EVER SEEN should , ml Hon.e mm ha- nunc tiank are ROCKDALE speni rerj dollar n nrnf GARRARD COUNTY rrgardless nf the fait that you m so home ins'itut ir they pay taxes at sacrifice, (or l hme mernnnt home, they help u to shoulder the FARM "The Promised Land," a VeriIts .Meaning am! What It Ac- at a endeavor toie the best of his county burilt'na, tn maintain our should complishes For a table Land of Milk and nbllity to meet the prices f his com- school and other institutions, in fart owiu.il .....i M,,,,,,,,,,.! i... tr " and a such prtiters, but the buyer should nlwnys they are "heme folk Honey John Naylor Near Huena take into consideration the expense deserve our whole hearted support,1 i attached to trailing elspwhere, and even if there is the necessity of n few Garrard county never looked betVista The literal meaning of nrc in iiaii.Min.iiiK in. in, ter, her crops were never more promu "working together to a common u,unu "m" nr 'is enrriuuy iniynnp ultl-jth- e money expended if kept at home, A representative of Itecoril ising and her citizens were never the eml, but should you ask a member of ' "dded epense he will find that Irately he could have made hU pur-- l 'e have five bank in Garrard spent a delightful hour on the Itock- - more optimistic or contented than the Iturlev Tnbarrn Association. K'J now. The good Lord has favored us Farm of Mrs. John per rent of them would give the chases to advantage of hit home ' county, all solid, substantial wstltu-- ! ttons, none better anywhere, and yet j lor. last Friday afternoon and saw with the most seasonable weather deflnatlon as "success." (?iinnerM(inn nipani a handing to- -' tor instance, augur may lie mivor-- e know of citizens .n the county who one of the most complete plant of within the memory of the oldest old e lwu centa cheaper In an nlmot within a stones throw of (this character seen In Garrard coun timer. Far more seasonable has tt gcthcr for the common good, not .. . .i . .. I at. I. .1.1... . i trust to the exclusion of thine not ji.uiiiiK iuwii, uu uii.c uieir ami mete iininunon. one or more oijiy. u is a veniuuie name 01 tne been n Oarrard than in neighboring pounds .thereby hc- - them, who do their banking business llrown Leghorn, situateil near the counties, and in consequence her within the mystic circle, but simply secure a hundred equal or excel those In any We are glad to say bank of he Kentucky river and crops a banding together for the pcrserva-tlo- n complishing a sav.ng of two dollar, j n nnother town. and promotion of a common In- but when you figure your gasoline. wt ,ae very few of this class of overlooking the georgrous clilTs that other part of the State. The corn or other expense, together with your citlien. but these few are a detri- - surround the placid waters of this and tobacco crops give promise of terest. being bumpers, while the grain just We do not know of a better illus time expended in the trip, you will mcnt to the community in which they historical stream. We were given n hearty welcome harvested hn.s been an unusually good of CO' usually find you have net accomplish dwell, they lack county pride, they tration of the advantage MVinC which by Mr. ami Mrs. N'nylor, the former crop. need that spirit of operation than that derived by the ' w vcr m"fM IVrhaps your home merchant W not is necessary to success. showing us over the farm and while Heides this we have had something .rrowrrs of hurley tobacco from the able t meet this price because tif We hope w hlle thl campaign of taking great interest in the industry. which we have not experienced in Toorganization of the . being waged, while j he ery gallantly give entire credit many years, a good fruit crop. bacco Association. Ami what this the fact that the freight rale to the -. for the success which the industry has There has been more fine peaches association has accomplished for "joining lown s ie- or me cwmpeu-- i ttn- - great advantage of quantities. , being trced so trongly through-- 1 achieved to hi "better half," Mrs. gathered in the county this year. In tn ,,"arm,u tobacco grower may be accomplished ,,,r all probability than in the past ten not only by farm producer but by , thereby enabling him to sell a little out the county, that these people N'nylor. Another rrasm to be run- - who have not been giving a whole! Walking out into the immense yenrs, while apples, plums nnd No ' cheaper other class of citizen every' Ilerries 'greater good can be accomplished fori "tered H county pride and the snrit hearted support tu county enterprise,! yurds. a chick call from the owner, pears are in abundance. a certain per rentmay see the light, may think deeply brought into view hundreds and nave aiso oeen pieniuui, ami me a state, a county or a community than I "f banding togeth- - "uld be allowed for the privilege) uon these subjects, and may come tojdreds of this popular feathery tribe. grupe crop bids fair to be a goodly al nnie. u we wiih an riuhxe what u grnt injustice they numbering a she told us over ieven one. The (rood housew.ves have reer for the common go.nl. Show us a;"1 PtT r"nt nto tn hnlnc mlnre doing their county and their com- - hundrtMl. I'en after pen was shown plenished their cellars and closeU to businesa where all interested pull to-- j ca,t lavnr ai nnr nuiui mnruiiii. thejrnuriity when they fail to spend their us and the houses recently built for such an extent as has not been done gether and we will i winter quarters were models indeed, in nlmot a decade. dollar where they earn them. eessful bu.lnes.. Show us n eountv mercnani, wouiu won eome lo ..,.11 .k, h.. ...h.. r..r that we were sacrificing for h.. bene- - We hope aiso that the merch.inU built with a view for the comfort of With the proper encouragement fruit growing could be mnde a paying the good of the county, and we willlflt f'"1 "M "akr an ,,x,r'' ,,,Tort '"jand other institutions of the county- - the fowls in the coldest wenther. m wore 10 ..ur our Mot of the houses were built with industry in Garrard county, and with show you a thriving community. w takp s n ,u qloU uf ,ht. p,rU (Mve preference to honfe product. vntR. n' ultimately w.whl be en- f f8.OI)uratlwn a,, wi try to n)ak,. an Eastern and Southern exposure, that splendid spirit of to n,rt'1 ,h'" ',r,r,, "f aU. eem' their prices m. attractive that every giving them all the sunlight, so ini- - and friendliness abroad in the coun- and home institutions ami thoe home ! ami ewmuaii) n wou.u noi ntlI.n ((f ,h. cjU,)tv nay flm u , porta nt to the laying hen in winter, j ty, we hope to see the industry given Institutions will thrive, ami their u. to go away from'tht.ir ailvantaif, t "patronize home old A the Brown Leghorn is of the an impetus that will put the supporter, will thrive in like ratio. ' of any article in,titutlimf Metiiterranian Class and are con-- j county on the map as n fruit and We do not mean by this that you nomr for l,h Pwhn incubators are I berry growing county, sldered used exclusively, with the very be?tj Ti Use result, many hatches resulting good as 1)6 per cent. A large cellar C tiraSS LaituS room is used exclusively for hatching! purposes, nnd five incubator. are kept Greater use of grass land which j busy during the hatching season, to are so eanimun in Garrard county is supply the demand for the young recommended by Wayland Ithonds, I chicks from their many customers. Extension Specialist in Ueef Cattle of The total capacity of the incubators the Kentucky Agricultural College. I is about one thousand. He states that better use of the I The brooder liouws are built with! grass lands is one way for the farmevery comfort in view for the little ers to reduce the costs of finishing chick, heated by stove, which burns cattle, both in the late and curly sum anthracite coal, well ventilated, with mer Dunnr the time the grass is Sanders Bros and Amon, Proprietors windows which nang on hinges and teneVr supplemental grain feeds are ran be elevated at any angle desired recommended. Mrs. N'nylor has made her poultry In a summary of feeding experiself sustaining from the stnrt, all of ments by practical beef feeders in the modern conveniences having been the Blue (irass, it is stated that out purrhitHod with the proceeds derived! f y eo operators, live made a prof frm the ishIc of her egjrs nnd day old t f $ 12.07 on each tteor fed while chicks, which she readily tlmls soles svrn other feeders uno kept records from New York in the Knst to thowed a loss of $20.23 por hoad. j for ' Klonua year Those who made the stains wore farmin tbe South. Kvery IIKRI) ESTABLISHED IN l"ll Mrs. Naylor introduces now Mood ers who had prevlourly contracted linen .nto her lWk af Leirharns nml for their feeders. I tfekAt UMU i. u r.. t . 1. . mujuI ai-all. her and doesn't let lb price detor her, if she tmtls th blssod lines thnt e thinks her (look needs. Bureau It t worth anyone's tr.p to visit Geoffrey Mors-ain AccordiuK to :t!ie poultry yard of Mrs. N'nylor atstt Ut uiiiiusl mport of the Kentucky w e SMUr all riMitemplaUHK sttch a Farsx Uurunu Federnt'on, just issued, .sit will be rordinlly and xrsciously whiirevor the principles of the Farm reelvd. Bureau ..re understood, merchants nnve kivh the I'srm Hureau moveki:ki' ment titer support. The Farm BuCHIXESK KI'i'.CS reau is founded upon such broad HERD HOARS Hi: HI) HULLS principles including economic, edu- " "V" Liberator Hoy Out akme tl.rivu.t thry raw.las a(ul u.H,OBH ,oe.. that HUcU Ruyally lot ,f whHe Icthorn chicken ami psxlwe a filifi uf c,tiMn endorse it. Peter Pan's Revelation c ark. itwuLet. lot ' enr liw the DUcU C.p Woody In some towns Commercial Clubs Ihhk a ear jxu thrv found out that the Kentucky Ranftr n Farm Hureau memHUck Jrster, 2nd from China seie conlroliiiig tl.c price subscribed for rrfct whiil. the Washmcton fjrmers got for bership. In one town the merchants F.ric 100 Kentucky Checkers urging Ihe--r iuliry men along the hung signs in their Mores llirtr rn Watbinton nut sent a committee to fanner to join their Fnrm Hureau. W'aihinntoa, I). (' to try and set some In another town, a merchant paid for protection on t'binee csk. This com- a full pae advertisement In the locul We the world to show JHOGS mittee ilid not ku to Washington, U. (.'., paper telling the accomplishments of as sftillJlcd with their state Farm liurrau. we breed. blood of the most )o Farm Ilurenus. As S result their trip as fruitless. you know we farmers can necr rtpect to WALKER STRAIN Is The Most Celebrated of All Fox Hounds All Aristocrats POULTRY ' I Among Fox Line- Chasers Thrbughout The World Trace Their brated Hreed Dogs ; dale-Poultr- y a'"'' ad-jv- ' ,.. age Back to This Celeof hun-throu- , I'! 'r non-setter- s, aC!reater i "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" Dixie Stock Farms . Aberdeen Angus Cattle, Big Type Poland China Hogs, Shropshire, Dorsett and' Southdown Sheep. ' SI Merchants Favor Farm n mm to out Ci .j challenge better CATTLE, or SHEEP than The strains in America predominate throughout our herd. "EVENTUALLY WHY NOT NOW" . noted s Followers of the hounds are becoming more numerous, the membership of the National Fox Hunters Association has grown until It embraces within its membership men from almost every state, men prominent in meetings nit walks of life. Their have come to be most enjoyable affairs, not only to lovers of the chase, but socially. Notwithstanding this, the principal topic of conversation nt these meetings Is "dog," and a gooil odg taken to one of the meetings, if for sale, will be sure to bring n good price. For the Information uf the uninitiated we will state that $100 Is considered u fair price for n dog, nnd there are many men in (arrard county who make n business of raising fox hounds who sell the unbroken pups for from $25 to $100 each. When one speaks of a good fox hound, he of necessity means a Walker dog, for the worth of a fox hound is determined by his pedigree, and the strength of his pedigree is determined by just how much of the Walker blood he can boast. The particular breed of dogs originated tn this county with the famous Walker Bros., Kd, Steve, Wade and Arch, all save the latter having passHeyond. ed to the Great Clever gentlemen all, God fearing men, splendid citizens, as ever any county could boast, but keen sportsman. It was their splendid sportsmanship and Insistence upon fairness and honesty which brought fox hunting to be what it is today the true "gentleman's sport." These gentlemen originated, and perpetunted, the splendid breed of fox hounds which bear their name, and Mr. Woods Walker, son of one of the original brothers, has nt his home in this county one of the larg-ekennels of this breed of hounds in the world, and ships dogs ail over the country'- - Mr. Walker is himself an enthusiastic lover of the chase, and his home ,s .1 Mecca for fox hunters from all over the country, and some splendid spert is to be found in his neighborhood. ArkibaKI K. Walker, Inst of the noUnl brother, ns.de in LiincsMstvr, where he is engaged at present in winding up his affair ns sheriff of the county, an office he vacated the first of the present year. In his sixty 'ninth year, but tall, straight, standing uvor six feet, he is yet hale and hearty, lie does not follow the hounds as of yore, but he can tell you the pedigree of any dog of prominence In the country ,nnd he can tell every dog of any note In the country by its "mouth," that is he can distinguish the dog by Its baying. The "gentleman's sport," and the blooded degs for its pursuit ha sprend throughout the country, but when you want the genuine dog, or the best authority on the chase, you must uf a necessity return to the fountain head, to Garrard county. st Place a pure bred sire at the head of your herd. Let us show you what we now have for sale. "Visitors always welcome." Phone 387-Phone AOS. Bryantsville, Ky. Lancaster, Ky. H "&RED IN OLD KENTUCKY get slong if poultry men ate workinf by themseUes, the cuttle irlen by tbemtrUel, nd the cotton men by thcmschr "c have all got to nt torllier If tbote poultry men from Wsihinttton lad been able to sty that "We are affiliated uh .in orgtnliatlon that rrprnents million and half farmers," and then if they had facts showing that they leally neeilrd protection on tgi and were Juitl-fir- d in getting It, se farmers through our national organliation would hae been able to help them out That it what is going to get us fanner somewhere is to get together In a national organization in a national say, put our moral support into this thing, put some money into it, carry on our business in a businodikt way and we will get somtwruwe. 1m cows' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Aug 3, 1922 Farm Bureau in Limelight The leaders of the United States heartily endorse the orpaniation President Harding points out the farmer as the most of farmers. citizen among us and says that thi individualistic and is precisely the reason the farmer has not claimed for himself the right antl consolidation to employ thoc means of which serve so usefully in other industries. A score or more of manufacturers consolidate their interests under a corporate organization and n great increase of their power in the markets results. Hecausc he buys nnd sells as an individual, it is the farmer's fate to buy in the dearest nnd sell in the cheapest market. President Harding, alluding to the American Farm Bureau Federation, claims that it is the most powerful organization of farmers ever known in this country, nnd that it is attempting to give the farmer just such consideration for agriculture as a basic indutry !u!d enjoy. "If President Harding gets a workable program from the conference in Washington, it is likely to bear the trade mark of the Farm Bureau movement and so of the bloc. The President has virtiullv accepted in advance," is the editorial expression of the N'ew York World. There must In. a new conception of the farmer's plnce in our social and economical scheme. The successful farmer of today, far from being an untrained laborer working every day and every hour that sun and weather permit, is required to lie the mot expert and the most versatile of artisans, executives and Imsinoss men. He mut be a mechanic, engineer, horticulturist, soil expert and stock breeder. And there is no business in which the talents of the skilled organizer are more im- portantly necessary. TIRES TUBES Never before could vou buy TIRES and TUBES at our prices. Let us quote you before you buy. Tire? have never been so cheap since the invention of the automobile. OUR NEW SCHOOL BOOKS have arrived. We have a complete stock. Get the list of books you will need from your teacher and then bring it to us. The Fruit It Bears By JAM IIS W. MORTON Kiteutl? rimmlttmnnf Ihx Amerl. en Farm Humu Frileralkin The Ameriran I arm llurrau thouih dill an Infant, ha, an enroll ment nl like one mil lion paid up mem-lrt- . When you omr-thin- g what a youth it h 'The American Farm llureatt I, durttrtl ami rontrollnl tty farmer, through a Ikiard of Direct, i nmlin,: of otTit fr rj h tt te and an aMitmvil r fr n c.i. h twrntv HmmmiihI re. .wri t rt thereof. anl rt I ar, evr ti r i..nmnitre rofMWtilij ni lv of lhrlor the tfirce trr'i'iier, (rf'Hir regMMMl dMtrirt of r. h ' All of Ihe ntheee, ami the I ti it l vUte Mliutltv MiiMgrd In Int. ! n.iitt mernan rum fWrni farming Thr I edrratM'n ajft- the rriewt It doevhriwH tm ta ulrural nw tMnt 4Ket otninMiatHM. but trl.i r i , n ill ir, I'-- r am-fi- took the Grangf atmoit one hundred vear, to teach Ihe vou million-mark- , rtmemUr that it will under-Han- d 'r -- Hnl rt r ( An Active Vice-President I He Saved You .tn The i ltnrr VfMUMtMHi mciHirara rormmly I an ftjtim nwtMiii a trptra-(r- . The t n tpn-ir.i- Tax Monev Remember we handle the old reliable KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILL, VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, also the genuine AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. We have a few WEBER WAGONS left in stock which we are closing out at bargains. We will be glad to quote you prices on anything you need. Ivlievr im t ht" ti.-! ulturl itHnntt t vital ilu ).'' I" oelUre. tmi imt tmne , t r t hr nnKMtni by th Btfl t on i f t iranltr.. nt fartmnal Ih I I "fea-liI arm Mr ll mlitial nrMmaatim, that 'he altvvariini ami rt il liMrrriMr br n i a Whriir'rr .in .rt.rr fttmtw knun be ii.li i'r .uie nr Mliamvl MTier ifcr niu-- i m oikrf in " m-- l jirl mn hi I .irm fluirau FederutiM i a . Farm llurrau Nat PeHtical. imi.i . i I arm Hrfan fire trmi pilrtirai ntmthmtiU litm. h. and ihe varmu thr ,t4lr tarm nrn I I arm Hiwuw tnM.aii I'KoVra-tur- n trvnt jmrt I ) Becker Bryantsville, ttrailjttte E. Drndfute. of Ohio, of the American Farm llurrau Federation, it new terving bit ircond term. Mr. Drailfute i one of America', beit known farmer,. He lic on the home farm near Xenia, Ohio, in Crtene County, where M grandfather wat one of the early & Ballard Kentucky. in tm AmMHM ntrtatHM. witwrnty ap rti.rl. .!, the farmer Iwm tWn nw rent ,n ate on hn land. I'm, frirratHHM Ltrr. the arm iRjatv farm brnxu. r iwlv a rxMmnal invrtmrl on t&e n .me The rotire . IntrratHMM fUtr thr immtv larm btfMM ami Hi.-rj- u fdi' it an On ttate t I mefnl-mki- 0car Mr. McKfmlf f New York it the H. C. McKf.--e tax expert of the "frun Farm Ilurcaj Feiterat.nn Id on taxation ha, resulted in '. Jar llurrau tax policy of no a!e tax. keep the exce profit, tax. and arr.en.! the (nmtitutici e untie, to a to HH Mr. McKroaie' work hat retulte ' defeat of the wle tax program wi would hac levwd a tax on everything .1 farmer btiy and enabled the rich fi'k ,r ctcapc paying the irkomc tax on tVt r tax-fri- e tettlert. Mr. llraifutr it Incident of the Ohio i, Farm AGAIN READY FOR BUSINESS tn tothirU of the Counter tupfunt the eottntv l; rrtr, Inxn ntbbr fwmfc riMrii.rrit t maintatn the etmi.n I workno arriel tm throwsk farm 1'iirrati., ut fumi, pi ta the u'pxt ii tlie tate fetieratKNM Of Awrr-i- . llurrau Federation TW ..il larm llumvu FnleratHtfi in fumi, rut 'fl for it, Mtpfnrt m(mi hr ..ikh thr imlividual larm ihs.-'c-II rra i roemdet hip fee-,-, of which il r ' r.. c.re-- l hfty rent r mem-II h, f it-ttau(Wt l the a' fuer I We strut ativaMace cei.iilv (arm ' )..h n thrm tkruwch orfamra-tu.trnurvU that kt. mlerrvl r ir r'V t rU iiirwntrl at the rtmncil f nation, ami he i oittmc, t ta' hnamul prviMi far wtrli ii'ikf (' necrwrv hi'l tni nwnty aftfrafelatmW tm irwdl r.(jiril a.' pul-m- Nn-r- r .l I ht t' rl-- rrpriK .i.n Bureau Federation, one of the of the Ohio State I'niveruty, whrch pay and hoW a jcorr of other j htg profit. jiim nothing except the opportunity to ' -kit fellow farmerT ve Mr. MrKentie 4 rr.err.bcr of the r xec. A, a breeder of Aberrieefi-AnirH- i cattle, utixr Committee of the American Farm Mr. Kradfute roe to firit rank in the Ihe Bureau Federation from New ork and dock field. Year after rar rattle of prrwident of the Delaware County I arrr llurrau lie wtj born on a farm eighteen hit Weeding won the hisheit honor, in mile from HarrMburgh, I'a lie attended the American thowyard the dutrkt tchool, and graduated fror When the Farm Hurau movement the LHinrannon High School and the came along Mr. Hradfute a one of the I hamUi tburg Academy At one tin'e worked fur the I'enntvtvama s'rt firtt men to we that it wa founded en a he Company and had charge of the payroll rock and to he a boon to farmer, every- - I for 4,(KI men. He ha, been intere-tr- d He wat drafted into toadrrtlup, in the lumlier but'inex in North ( aro'iru where. i today one at the radio; figure. and in New York and He ran a general grain You will Hldy find him in Ohio. Wah-fastefarm in I'eniwylv an.a, ratted crn and I). C" , N'ew York. CMeago, or cotton in North ( amlim, and ran a hun dairy in New iork He la, Montana, looking after the intercatt id died-cothe farmer, and the harm Htueau. Hi Iren interested in tuJing taia'ion a,, counvl are much Mught after. He rut hi lit, and whin the Farm Bureau ( nl an cntvable reputation foe tourul judf ruent him wa well equipped to apply a fartrer greet problem of national I mind to the and caineat conviction, revenue trutteet ' ,- LSt Judced by Acceivliihmrnt. Jii'lite the nrthhiWnrM of the Farm Hut ii 'r "i the h4lomi; MaliwrWi, S rriv an rjii,MlKm with only rir in hi. h to vrk can W prowl ta rr mme lirlow Math awiiipaiih-- ta n 1 rits DURING THE PERIOD OF WE ES- mrrian larm Hweau Frilrra. ( IliUalr for into rnVrtiv-- nwkirif orsir It.. I anii . nunty, if i ttaie and n tt-.- Ihe url , nli.f vrmrat r n (.inner, A'lirru.vn e HAVE NOT ATTEMPTED TO "PUSH" THE REAL TATE BUSINESS. WE WILL ti.inal START OUR AUCTION SALES ABOUT 1 SEPTEMBER. SEE US NOW AND MAKE ARRANGEMENT. I Thirteen-Year-Ol- d Girl Wins Inlernalional Live Stock Prize steer in (l.i- -. Live Stock SI HERK are the f.i little 11)21 'v of in ( hi Ho" and (WrU'C'luhiiiamjiionsof Indiana wi'U Iranic Kae, who exhibitetl the winnng tin I nion I ml in CunteM at the lnternatiou.il rit-. !. OFFICES AT LANCASTER AND DANVILLE. OFFICE IN CHARGE OF W. E. MOSS AND DEVER. H)A,N-VILL- E R. H. larm llareau caVeil immunity nwrkHmg a ram live fruit, 4airy prinluir, cutton ami wl I arm llwnau aMMMntei I hr Vnrr jn a inn niitiir ' I?. hkk orL4 nut a Nit ral l, ram Markettwjc I Ian. now In mn a the I n.lnl Stale (iraifl ("! rr In. irinratrl Ihe mrruan larm Itureau Federation apitointrd a nmiaittee of 15 winch forumUlnl .1 National Live Mck Mar Vrt.iij, I'lan the Anient an I jrm llmmu Federation appointed a lommittee eJ It te wwrk out a National Dairy Marketing Itati. The meriran l arm lkirau Frdera. turn aiitiintel a committee of ii ta wrk out a National I ruit Marketing I tin ( Ihe iner.in Farm llurrau I'ouVra. lion apKiintrl a commiltrr of 10 ta a uniform WjrtaUIr Matkclini: Syttem Ihe Aiiirri.aii larm llurrau I nlrra- lion aptKiintt-- l a rommilttr of IS to rl ii the to iiiieiative wool whkh handlr l 4U.(HXl.Ual mamU of ihe 1910 clip n 10 itatr. The Amrrnan larm lluteau Fr4rra i..ri rn.'i.rH'il Ihe American Cotton Cihw. rr I haiwr pi in for the ni.nV(i,ii nl rottam. c aMitted m wfurm, rr;latl of ,i"d Kram ruhansr, by HpjKt-In- s trnlr.,1 meaawn, We have ilir,tn iiatioful attention to acrii ultiire , Irgitlative HuMema anil i. red lnoril l. attitude toward rnt id firmer mimfl meN to Wi;h v in j.l iiuiii ilt of the natUm. We lu r w4iiM-- l (otibdrme of the puMi. m the farmer' aUlity to Itandle thi r I utiiH-.- , in an oreaniiMt way ami In o rt aiimr that tlte Imt int(iet of ti.r nition a, well a the (aiming natiirul r lie ,tk. do-v- la. I'-r- M-- . ap-..n- , in-i- Franre, I, only thirteen yrart old hut ' hat hten In Farm Bureau club work for priie-winn- In lur tl'u- yarv f an.) w0fV; M- l- yM 4liun - j, 1 I and the other her with her Farm Bureau Club member from Indiana I ! national who competed. ,t I 1 . 1 ( b , n SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. I 1 ' 1 n Venue. We have uatheml ami hjpm) tt TMMKft) luhil, of farmer,' cifi lluropo corn, and Mvel from ttarvation thou fcan U rjf tliildren We have conducted county farm burollrrlinf tentrd Ihe lariner'i We have cuUiarl a taxation an I uutlinrd a drhnltc poliry fur jutl terv-Ic- e wWutv mututu in Matwi.le and r h.r woik reau hearing, all ovrr America and pro . rate to Conti-and the public AcronipluliiiienU' Hat thtre ever been before a riod of two ear, in which o much hat lcn done for farmeri, at thete things whkh have been conceived, fwlrml and brought to paat by voui Farm Uurcau?" on The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 3. 922 I HESSIAN FLY IS INJURIOUS PEST Farmers Arc Urgod to Walt for Local Fly-FrDato Before Sowing Any Wheat. HEAVY INFESTATION IN DISCUSS PLANS FOR ERADICATION OF "TB" Eastern Conference Favors Area Plan of Testing. Leading Chicago Paehri Cxprett Inttntlon of Paying Premium for Animal, From Farm, With Accrtdittd Herd,. i w mm iRM NTROL LEAFHOPPER BY USE OF BORDEAUX ii Mixture Is Best Remedy, Says Department of Agriculture. i br IK Ualll iHaiM rtnn..iii I Artuttir i Tln litmtrrrt State mia-- r i Great Deal of Crop Ntedleisly Loct rwnfiTrnrH. rvretitly al II u Last Spring by ThoM Unwilling "tin.. ninMiltvil mrtH r'i.4- to Walt Until Dangr Lira the of erHillrathw nf tin f fmfii mitlli anil Wi. nwt the jr. Had Dten Passed. PAST (IV'pr. Attention I Combined With Nicotine Sulphate It Acta Little More Quickly but la Expensive Spraying Mutt De Thorough. br th t'nll.l RtatM D.p.rtm.nt at JUrteultur I ltoult of two years work Imvo khoun that bordeaux mixture will re. the leafhnppcr, control "hopper-li'irti,and I tho beat remedy, tho fnlted Stnto Depnrtment: nf Attrlftiltum In Partner' Ilulletltt Tim I'otnto Loafhnppvr nnd It. Control," now published for tho bono-ti- t ure whoso crop of grower uienneiil by till M'rlou lnect pet. Ilordeaux inlxturo tnado ncconllnir to f'irmuhl, rontnlnliis I pound th' i f copper kulphatc and 4 imutid lime to .V cnfTuti of water m " M-'i- rrp.rt Ill do-ra- re Hit.. ti.p.ilm.M I Wheat crow it are urciil by tin United State Department of Aerial- tnro tn olworve thlr lnr lly free date bt Ih. I n'rpril f AtnroHur. fall. emiilm.li ttt le.tllik n fnr aiming. Im In every there leen heavy tin lliwktan H r III lhi mihI the iHHtnty xporlmoHt agent hnve taken tep to work out fiHlinil ntitlmrttle a lHns free of n fo date, nftfr wMrk twbttf might tiltxn'iilit.W the aum fur thiw he Marled. It a found itrlni; linil it ml feil and MiImxiI from Imll that h great deal of wheat wwa nnl- - ttdiml farm on wlitrli the herd ! were loiy txot by lbo lieen mirillliil a Mn free of llie dl ie. I wen pnent IkwdiT and liiialNe i nt (lie ennferenre were of tUn olnbm that tin' a red (dan I the Ht eein IMiHlrat )et devleil itnd t lint It rttlr nt tHte whore hy tl !! en I tie aHil thf r.iwlt I' i Uhw tli reMiMed fr.nu it Tlie I'mMiruettNC fact br.i.. tliat Hie IratllM n.i. imt wii In u t IHifLer nwetilh tttllen lliHr latntl"B uf iwylnu' n imIiiih nf l( rrtii a Immlrl k.ii i In rim I lni; I fir Ikirh linl met liy MHintte. tHte un l gim l tie m fl m.t fr CARRY PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING I IN MY .ree, STORE A FARMER HAS TO HAVE. AM SELLING frt fl ht nl CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE. Mil II Mil. mll lue i d lierd ijj fewer oludalHl of Mleh a mliy lreed' tie and ralf ittMHxur retleral and atate wen mIio are In tu!ercHeii-rniHnitlwnrk 'ere iinanlmoii In andHC I hut lher. .l.iHlId he ll "white wf, a lul.errll-freenunt in earh utate a t ,, MMMble free ariMK are the nnt kind of rtmM'Mt ration l the ret the Male uf IIh. kmhI that imne yteiin ii' tliniial .aril were New Hnctand dreeder ii ml tallk priMliieer until taat when tHtHrrull crHitlrnlil fnM u linnl ttfre aealtt Ihf niHxIiHHiti nHnfi-rtlo- imti-'tK- lo pr'imi-len- One t rlil other lllfe, muh ie tl e I AM FOR THE FARMER BUREAU AND WISH YOU The 'f SUCCESS IN YOUR ORGANIZATION. and Harvesting lllIC Orai Will w.t.. StK Q.nder. 11) to Wait MWi Mhh' fMMtl) fulr Ih Aoslnlie HrraHC'xI. D'ttrwiwHtiHl llio wliral over, nr who were iwt t 14m f hale MmlMc T MHtSNtl lk- - ItewlaM N mI nett )ear ultrti It w a HfeialetM lat jrrnr the pwnlhl rnetnly DRIVE WAGON CLOSE TO CRIB ovwrj 4mh4 for itmilM the M fre tot NtMt fur nrlii thai It be Mrlett) Where Sloping Land and Silo Preventwtennrd. In nu m Ih. datr ed Driving In a Layer ef mrMr tlMHi Sefrt. mtir '.'I. mtui h Concrete Remedied. riMilln iMHjr rmiMli XK otr44rn mt till after iirt.aW 1. The Several bin built In a bawnirnt I feet ilinrtHiifit 4wtUr IwrN were bant ! rearh MHrai tho Mctlawt far tnlurmhi fanrnt nt thr ' cnMtnd 4oil away, and a Miff flaw In plant mai le Mhmed lhl 4Ut nt en.-- end rerntit drtln- In IHMeltfc. wa lo rloie at the Mart The reno-dActive Fly Campaign. lrve the alojie an I ut ibi n n lujer OMR (mh! ua mliu HmIm 8) ram-ltli jrooXi- of ronerrte fur (ho wten lat fall In C r'timi'mi Studio rage at' made with .ci iti !! the Hint.' exporti"' hihI farm KMtl ri-- 1 Prt frm uri-- l wltt In bml iHifiiilou lMita. ('win ty nmiiiillliw c.f firtT determined - h Hrti. ular Msr the mf tialrN ) Hon. OrroUr ami IHlrr tb Hin itllrttull u wlitt-l- ) a f" i'tl' n.' itl 1H will the daii Im lrml '"it Thin Ma the third mnferenee of the ihe klwt Ih. in tiii- - replon and It I probable that another will U' hrld Ih.1 wnier In alt airt of the the omntr) are fimd Itordeaiix romblml with nicotine autphato art n little more quickly In riddlni; lne of lenfhopM-than doe iHirleattx alono, but tho nttlt ilo not nppoitr to Jii'tlfy tho of uuij the aMel time nnd nddeil IntTiHllrtit, It I ald. Nicotine oap combined wore nulplmte ntnl found ery effecllve In killing nymph. and n few adult present when the ll.-Ttn ro no leaf-Itiinj 'i. effei-thowever. IhtiH)-- loafhop-pe- r In n few day. w.i not controllnl. Tho pniy filnniM h atilbl tn the lindernlde of tho leave thonmshly. at leakt ITiit Miind. pri"nre helns ued o that n tine mint like pray I pnv duci-d- . At loat three iipplletitlon are eoomiiioiidcd, with n fourth If neco.-narl to keep down "hnitpcrburn" matured. Itoth hide of the crop earh row .hould bo prayod to make Additional 'ho application thorough. letall nn cHitalneil In tho bulletin, vhb'h tuny bo had feco upon nppllcn-'toto the department nt WinMiiiton, r ex'tie . o reiarel un-M- n iIh- - mmumt P. ( HANDY TROUGH TO FEED HOGS aU tl !! Bryantsville, Noah Marsee, Jr. Kentucky. Board Nailed on One Side Prevents Animal From Getting More Than His Share. Peedlm: hoc In the unual manner often rcMilt In cpllled nnd many t'me one bos will cct more than Its share. A H'rwn can, of course, cet Into tho pen and pmir the flop directly Into the trouch. hut usually the hoi; try to set Into tho pull nnd make ii me of thine, write Paul Oorton, fsl - e , bet-aits- e nlt tao fr THE FOLLOWING Fords oiv THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR "Sawn Iim arl).' iiixl tin- - .MhtT tum n whrut h.xauov It Uli-H ufti r xafv An hotohiIwiOlNC laM rail. "Ilnnlan ilj Mill Itwtf far hi'W ttVMi iu SrHlwr ; will It (ntxHr- llatrtiail lltt h.m-- frt " Mnl ul tHif mxl hllit ui rr l n la hh Ih n' - PRICES Handy to Feed Hogs. ARE Driving Cloee to Crib, ' tl.l Sttwl tHAtlr n!mH m fiblbllk. alxi r clrlnc tin- - Hf' lilnt.H--) ft tin- timrbvm tl)' rt-- Il4ali Iihii F. O. B. m. 11 . literal urc r usrltfulturnl Advtrtiaad -- Wild OJnon." 1ht llntiriK'k aircHt liail n ill'tlliljr tlwl ilrvw thr atlMtlua if llUMlnnla f MrMHik t Uif It) HMaro. I If mlTurtlMil Hi,. "VVllil Itjnok. Hh Hwit animal in tli flalt tif OIiIh." ntnl led tlf rniuiU in n flenlnn fly umlir u wait'li rrjlnl. I.. In Sii.italM-- flr.l i4w fur lli if, the In tho ertxitett, Ihey were ilniwt) In eloM to the Imrn. runed nwny front the at the end. a flMinn In upper ftkt'lrh. OiH.' the wheel wore ktnrtitl Imne i It. Van Ilnrn Mrlti- wHCon wlu-l- . tf .NYhrai.Ua, In the I'nrm Journal. ICurh wa h Utile wider than DETROIT: arie wheel ami One farmer solved the problem by milling a wide board to one side of tho troush, allowing It to extend through the Mdo of tho pen. Ilo ran now feed them cuhlly and with tho board extending the entire length of tho trough he can spread tho feed tho whole length of tho trough and no Che thetii ull tin cual idinre. In Power Parmlnz. PICTURE SHOWS G ii)ahi hIkrm ht BETTER LAWS AGAINST Regulation, in Varioue DOGS Intend- Runabout $319.00 Touring .$348.00 Coupe s C V XlaHima ISTallllllllllllVA '' Oett Film Outlines Practices In Handling Honey Gatherers ,nd Control of Disease. lice keeper!) will bo Interested In a new motion picture prepared by the I'nltod .Sttttea Department of Agriculture showing tho hot practice In bundling hoc and the control uf boo dUeavK. The film, which I. on Hod Ktvplng Iteo ut Work," Is Intended o itiplement a picture, entitled "Iteo How They l.lvo and Work," lucd somo tluiv ago for more luipular ue. Tho new picture khowa the need for reiivniig the colony from time to time, tho way to prepare tho boo for in. ring liie time to unpack tho hhen, tho control of tho nwurttt, und The other detail of management. fart that tho bureau of cntomtdogy will examine MitHploa nf comb to Identify dleave and udvUe on their control I brought out. Tho film I lit onu rivl. und umy b iHirrowod by oxtohklon workers am! other entitled to the prtvllego, in prim uuiy be purchased fur npproxl i ih.- i.Ht of making them, whlct i. I about 17. i:.-i- Nirtijr I'm lil iIcm-HIm- It the wurx Ih AuclaUu Although tS lHte linxe tins law iimnty vlmi tunic iiHwrii mi tho deitlciliil In proleet lieep, tunny of lax llt. In Mntinn cmnty a ruUWr them tin ho poorh idatineil or no Hr tlu ntntHi win nmili' ly cnforcetl that iIoh mill do imiih tin t HcHtH otllcp Khln llic datmiuo In flock iid(illy In tho lis-II wn a until on wry uf mull fnrmlnc tHte where itiH'k an rihuII lltat unit out. An a lt nt lliio and dee are plentiful. There In need arlH iHi'thiMla of i aiHixtignlni; In for liHpro.ien( In theo law, but (bki n iry mnall (wnvniMKi', from Ml) the 1'nlted Slatr I ierttnent of o ten farmer In u riHinty. IciHiriil Acrloulluro, it poor law that Ih en fall, ro Hint forced with enertty tmiy produce bet lle lly frro ilnlr tli uiitlnok till hmmi la iHijirovnl. ler neiulta In Miccp coiiMTutlon than Slinllur Hctlltli uerc carried on a much better law llutt I liulf liiMrt-edlIn KunuiK. MlKMiurl. Indiana, IIIIikiI.h, keep tnatiy men onforceil. .NW Vork hiuI riiiiikluiila. In from pdnc Into the xliecp biixlne.. ciunty, Khiimim. all lnfeitiii which la probahl) it creator hcttHok IiihiI win plmviil timler In the Hirlnc 10 tho Induotry thun the uctual daiuami fHriiier were iuliirly urti'il Xe dune by thini to ilittruy Milunli'i r wlnsit that IhhI rtliHil up ilurtHi: llii cuihiikt. lly TIME TO CUT SWE?T"CL0VER fur I lie iHit MUofiictur)' uf MdMTtWns Man tti. ImHMual mhIIhiI Ih rvi'ry fartm-- r iimiM. rmitKally State, ranli ed to Protect Sheep but Are Poorly enforced. fr ..$580.00 .$645.00 HENRY tly-fr- - Henry Ford FORD was 35 years netting ready for ths on the Fordson. He started ns a farm boy, planning to Ret rid of the drudRerj't long hours and low momty return that hns always faced the farmer. He wanted to furnish you with n tractor that would not only do your work bettor and faster, but at lower costs and the 170,000 Fordsons now in use have proved that he has accomplished these things. What you gt ui the Fordson for $395 f. o. b. Detroit is the greatest farm power unit over offered. , Let us show you how a Fordson will cut farm costs, increase your bank account und take the drudgery out of tirm work. Write, phone or cull. ri-- Sedan tt !( Truck ...$430.00 Chasis . $285.00 Im-n-i- - 11 Iiivh lu'hloteil Ity iiiuiiele inoirH Idill uf nil fnnirtT In eurh Mvtlnn. In ulimrvlns Hie Imttl lly free ilatc for HIM'InK lli4an My et, ItuvxeVer, eitnJ m If Flrat Crop It Harvetted 12 to 14 Inchea High a Good Second Crop Will Result. If the Ural rnn of awind Plover I cut too low I he tilatit are klllol When rut 12 lu II In.hca hlult a cimkI TIicmj reault MSiind rrop rcaulteil. were neon red In it trial at tho XnrMi liakoln oxiierluictit atntlou In IUli The wtvt riot or aoiid out Its second crow th from tho stent. Tlio buds form III the ancle between tho atect and the branche. If all tho hrunrhos nre rut then nil tho hinls from whlih tirr growth ran come will bt reunited. The lower tho hraocliei come out. tho tower the tlrt rrop ran be cut wlth'Ut klllluic tho platita. WllHlt EVERY WEED IS BIG ROBBER OWING TO THE SCARCITY OF CARS WE ADVISE YOU TO PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW. . USE MILLET FOR LATE FEED Small Area of Land May Do Prepared and Sown at Little Coit Stock Thrive on It. -, Takt Up Molature and Plant Food Needed by Different Vegetable! In the Garden. .. jrrr ... I Kvery weed In the Burden roba tho plant of nmUturo and nf plant u well o cruwd the vcgetablra. aald uf Knrden weda la Jut n upplloaMe tn tlioo which Rniw In cnii. ) ahunx'n the lioo and go after litem. Any-lliln- HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE Lancaster, Kentucky. f'd. Many farmer find n late patch of millet helps out In feeding. A small area of land, provided It lias not been left and lost In weeds, may be pre-wi red nnd town at u small cost tn and labor, nnd considerable food (ler produced In ordinary seasons, man millet makes Rood feed when properly cured, lionet, utile anJ rattle like It. and Uirlv oa It. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 3, 1922. THOUSANDS OF RATS DESTROYED IN TEXAS Rodent-Control Dwt b Specialists Local Authorities. Aid Counties Divided Into Zonet and Money Raited to Give to Men and Boys at Prises for Killing Largest Number. and Pound Foolish Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. Penny Wise . -- It I ho t'nMM fUlta I Af rteulturr I trattmM Don't throw your old shoes away when you can get them repaired at a low price. NEW SHOES MADE FROM Six hundred nnd HioukaihI r..t wen- - klllttl In the extermlnnttwi il. Iv In Teii lnt year. County ly by the .ienl ciiiployeil fulled Slillet DepiirtWent of AKrlcnl lure tnte ncrlrultuml rolleje. nnfl 'lie itmtitle promoted tunny of the (umimli-iwith the help of member of tocnl farm burentu und rhBiiilMTF of lotHinrrre nnd under the ceiieml niperTiMon of liloloRlrnl mncy roont Some counties were dltlded Into t ! ii nd money won rnlned to be pen n prlies to men. tmy, no: (b(ii kllllnir the InrcoM nMinber of rr'f Ti e i iuiU UMrlntefHlent of There's Only One Way to Save en Bake Day "tnd fiiflnlNtu, OLD ONES. Come in and be convinced. Give us a trial-Satisfaction USE The Economy UN Wt IA41 guaranteed. L. N.Wilson Shoe Hospital CALUMET BAKING POWDER It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking. You use less because it con- Northwest Corner of Public Square i MM rriWMft to stttDtw PiVTtmc owuu.,owvo COAO AbftUI. U.-MDMJUO up OQOAKtZATIOrO v.rtM m MIO WITH MAT in ivcvtmh o-aSn.A1UMWP MOTHt M0318N COI.IrTil Of PHOOUCtKITY AfcO HCAHOt . . I t CwtS DJVStt TO PWOJC A0 Cf.Mavt, WIT TO OtKV, oiviion-WH-r- A WAX C BKlltIO VmATtVttt HKD HICiLAAtY 10 PCMOTt fUL 0 TWII1 HtKOtHa 'An 0 TV vrm TJ n is a ronvAco Loot to tout mo eruiT . 0r tKte NtM ntvt ni scwno ruevrn Vt3 IMtbt WI'JIUWO, MGaiwnt amo mtulMKT ifDCK4iP, 11 A TY Tt Tl lit o JM. farmi Mit Tew Killed palgn. the Thouiandi of Ri. Rat Extermination Cam. tains more than the BEST BY TEST ordi- nary leavening strength. (frame oc atyrnuv !a roo Tt Ana BArn tmamcc uwijust soo. coHuoia"'ic ouor rn t to a Aiac.iTua cxiTr,no . . "All &itn to ouotrrrt roa ov A K, av w I Stand by the Truth. Mucli ley murnci In tie led to blu. tcr out n dclliiucp before i.tir pnemlea tlitti I needed to lmply Mate tin truth n we see It, nnd quietly Mnnd by It. After nil. quiet MenilfaMiieM can nlway he tructod to carry convlo tlon. ' NOTICE ONE O'CLOCK P. M. ly ilelclmi nnd crlp, thoiiKh tin burneil. I not iirh u biird tlitnu" t a lin tmnietltneK been kilpIHed. Aeeonllus to the ot!loo of hoftie economics of the United Stuten Pi'imrdntiit of Agriculture, It iiHikpw io tllffereiice whether tin rooklnc N or clow, nnd to keep pontine off the fut h It trleit out l UMire work Sentiment Analyzed. Ity the wuj. w f.y it Hint the poot tUin l renlly neceMary for a perfect ly cok1 reult. Mirny ent trims? What do they i Krylns bacon r thnt It I rrixp If with thu "oft Mirt of tliu loaf? We chlelly u limtter of cetttnc the water never n.iird i poor man, not In und excen fnt oftt of It. In order not literature. ic i who didn't tnnk III tneiil oel en the emit of till to burn It. one kIhiuIiI be very careful that neither the bacon nor the fat tit brend, I "mm the KnnH City Stnr. the win becomoi4 nrerheati.tl. Tlirwisli t tlie priK-efthe fut hhould remain uc color and xboHht not be It i uihiHcd to set ilurk brown. ;ts!er to cook tweon f4wly tliim to Cixik It flint. It U otHler til keep the fat a HHtfrm jwile color uhen one taki" Heuty of time for the Bath in Wett Africa. Bad Ruk ,n Window.. Hip Itautii o.' Wet AfrtCM make Vearh ctpry bo in. oninbtite .. hr rlnbomte pn jMrat'-inb for n teal soak eciNllrpl ii li. ic in the crixtnd. In that iiiu tnklns It n new t .mm. t fund. It will "ink.- - runny bv .titraei The Mrt ahlHi be pi) Ik .ecn hcrbn. n quantity thine of llrituh lrxia. an a curlnu pi if infurnta head!" took place In t I'PIH'eni. .nr.taiw.n need, and . nftcr Urns lion iti.it luMtruaMv com opfxHtlnn bw m apertltloH. Tfce iwnii- - ihii. wlntbnr Mult Mark M hM.ho. thi hp iMHtm In a lot f Im4. IloiiMin- - I.HikiHl ui-- m Afpr hp sett In. a it n n rttntlarlH-tltutlon- . letiH hm theM iw Mm lasitr4Ht' In! hot watpr nlM fraasp Hut It N low f.iuml that j 'Ie PltliiMili.n i .'Uen I. that IlKHt the b roterml wUh rtay l ut Itubjlonln tiMik a Iwfwc as.) a Mark urfnce aliwrt to kppp In thp utinin. .r ua rn)k. oer H. whlrh wm perfected. h1 re-f MphmUoc the Imther ) HtntM, It V atair't an WMqual JAfter her SECRETS OF COOKING BACON 4 Oirns made by ilMrl. I In It. C. ptM4n l pnxlu ruubn)l Ibe 'craprc and I. waatiPd mr with clean rracmcut of iIh reimn. In the -- p. !i4ale. and tUMler the ...luer.-of n jwMPT. tben koratM h) a prfw4nal To Fry Until Thoroughly Delicious and ond iljlmxty of I'r are "ti tahletn In MMn lit of culd hc uo.i ..il.er aHtck for on tHMtr. bn he itnaii -Criip, Though Unburned, It Not (lie llrltl.h imi'eimi Krota taw Sl ckMNgp of tpttenitarr i .train I 'rlHthlmr au4 km Ma way tt.rltn: Difficult. ' a ltd cpannr " ent Ilk .Vmrrlcnn which Mia; hr k Hip kImwi. I"rlnc I.Hd.n o that It l thoriHiEh MCi-tc ami kchool teftthwfi uwlMiii rtlfiilHrly In Rtluiulatlni; the Interpol of the plllfll". The lHit rain were killed In Ioii ton The boy hmlnp the crenl- ! number to hl rr.illt kllletl 1S.IH Iti lx wek. In Wllllntnkon county In two weekn. nnotber boy kllletl It Ik that the rata nver. l alKut n hnlf n wmnd ench, tnnk-Innbout U7T ton of rut kllletl dur Ihc the rsiupnlcn. It l nlo etltnnltl tliht ettrh rnt, hud It lived n year. would on mi Merneo htiTP eaten or dam aci-proirty worth ?!.(. tnnklns the of the rnmpnlkii worth npproi Imntely jr.TO.. h-h- The World's Greatest Baking Powder The Centut n 33CO 0. C. White prlillns .ii r umii ccimui )iem It may be il to ur s I, pUti-ilitu- ti-o- I tl. I r I V fft 1 You Buy lb-daaWew-a3eiieraHea- vier The UbCO y y c . is 5 s3 at the HQSB Trice with No Tax added AST Fall rt the $10.90 price It seemed to mofoHstu as if the 30 j: iMr USCO h.ul . o iJict! the pcik. of tire vi!uu Vet the tnakera of USCO b tav prodiiLfd a still hrtlcr USCO a lote wearing tire with Thicker trend thicker utile walls. T5etter traction, lotrfter service, more mileage. t(M(iric(! by Am! :te fuv the manufacturer. t$ a tire monct's worth that was impos brn bep ' 3 tak. Sealed bids will be received at my office from now until Ilacon to be crNji ilm-- t not nivd to Iniln while It It cooklm;. It can even be fried In deep fat with excellent After It It cooked and before In taken from the pan It hIiouIiI bo thoroushly drained uhllo Ktlll hot; then ! rhould be wmil at once. REMEDY AGAINST LAWN ANTS 3 i swftiJWi t him :W August 7th, 3 1922 Entomologists Recommend Drenching Neste With Dolling Water cr Using Kerosene. ' for hauliiiK the school wagons of the ISuena Vista Consolidated To cet rid of liiwn anta entomo' School for the present school yoar. Bids will not hu roceived L'lMx of the lnlliil State Department f Agriculture Miaspxt the lor more than $40.00 por school month and for a tnm of only neita with lHilln water or KHir)nic In ii small iiiantlty of kproaene oil. Simseven months. iiptlfil to inti liar treuttiient ioV drefu-hlns - USCO The new and better 3 I sible a year ao. 1m All contractors will be required to furnish their own tuams and harness and responsible white driver. The Hoard of Education ruservus the right to reject any or all bids and when the contract for any .wagon k awarded, there must not be any subcontracting without the approval of the Hoard of Education. on, The Hoard of Education also propose to run a school truck the Polly's Hend and Huona Vista Houte, just as it has done lor the past two years. The contractor must furnish the truck FREE RANGE OF IMPORTANCE driver, repairs and all running expense for same and no con- Chicks Confined Continually In Oroodtr Do Not Secuic Proper Amjunt tract will be awarded for more than $75.00 per school month. of Exercise. I Contract will bt awarded under same regulations as for wagons. hi k are cr allf. llinltliy Chirks thnt are ntlhott In a liridcr ; i j between or bpueath iwvlna nIoihm. Spniyjiie tic lawn wills kfrone ctuulfcten or ulih atroni: coap waidi la n nxtHoioPHilad. I'or large ii ti t noclM dlHtl4M of PMrbon Injeeteit Into the nctt by Mnn of nn nil can or mhnII ttyrlnae rofomweiHled lo kill the wHta. The fume of o' mrlwn Imip a viry dlxaarcchlp odor and are Inltuiniaablp. Ian I Ley are imh InjurloMK ta blgker anlwalx In the Hen air. It is possible today only in USCO. Cl'vricl.l I" 1 1 U.S. 111. Co, Setter m B ItiiftbXkA m y M-tt'S- Y.. , A-- . jM I j I aU V m ' pJsgBMa--Tailaali- 109? y Where You Can Buy United Staffs Tires United States www j Rubber Company aw r t' y y y y y y y y y y y yt y "yryy Yvyyivvwi , JflS. B, ABNEfl, Supt. GARRARD COUNTY SCHOOLS. Ihiuop lonlliiuall) io-Hiiiht'ieut exerci'v. Kle rlp Ins and other hfMlir eUI, omeililn;' lo not apt In likrli frwUirnlly to toe pkkniir, faatlier pull-- ' Uo raHKi' k'ivii thetii l"n, and U.S.Tires: HASELDEN B ROTE IIS, LANCASTER, KY. BECKER & BALLARD, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. PAINT LICK GARAGE, PA'lNT LICK, KY. kreua them heultlir. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIHTTfTHIIID' VI AH LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 3. 1922. NUMBER 17. FARM VtluabU EDITION Afriam Ofoft Ufa Mr cfU Ocamtimh THE FARM BUREAU IS THE BIGGEST ORGANIZATION OF FARMERS THE WORLD HAS EVER SEEN mrnt n Organs on Comni.ttec of S&Ved Dr. A. T. McC'irnuuk, Secretary ot Members FARM BUREAU the American rarm Bureau the State Board of Health; Dr. Frank V II S( te, of Henderson, tion L. McVey. President Money on f the UniverHELPS GOOD , I was appointed a member of the Na sity of Kentucky; G. Ivan Barnes, 'Farm Bureau organization nccom- - tional Horticultural Committee ofSy,,,m of Quolnf Whe.t Prices LEGISLATION Director of I. Vocational Education; r,0 Contie. In State Now Have twenty-on,tffl a, folow,. Huimtff, ami Harry llartke, or Hon. Chas. Dawson, Attorney GenGreatljr Improved Bank Active County Fnrm Hureaus "The work of the Organization Covington, wn npiralnted to the eral, and James Speed, editor of the What Has Been Done at FrankDairy MarketinK Committee of Committee a centered thlt year on Increase Southern AirriculturWt. Helped Hurley Grower strengthening existing Bureaus rath- - eleven Many matters of vital Interest to fort in Interest of Farmers The Kentucky Farm Bureau Feiler-ntlo- n "t?ren rejuet of I. B. Shrnp-liirthan on starting new imn. agriculture were dicusd and, upon Harry Hartke, chairman of the And Taxpayers helped their members to bet Secretary of the Kentucky Bureau request of a majority of thoe presCommittee of the Ken-;ter grain price according to the comI. ve Stock BreeilerV stunne ! yer by a represento-make- , I'ure-Bre- ! ent, further meeting will be called. turity Farm Bureau Federation, mittee on marketit and transportaThe Kentucky Farm Bureau Fed- Thl meeting was the subject of a the State Federation d Federation nnd ml. the following report on organl- J,nJ assistance was given rela-ua plan for the organization of tion. eration has a most creditable record most favorable editorial in the South, year. Actingsafe during the p.it Through the membership., and tht nMoeiation. This plan wn acof the of achievements in legislative mat- em Agriculturist, recommending to to lncr.-n.lnCemmlttee ' the Organization market editor of the Louisville pa- ters the past year, The legislative other state that they follow the exwith Chairman Hartke, are M. O. strengthening the program of work. cepted, added to and Improved upon, "The following new counties were nnd retulttnl In the organization of pers .the l,oulvllle Board of Trade ommittee is eomped of V, T. Har- ample of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Hughe. f Lexington anil J. Lews chairman; Cha. Federation by ealling similar meetof Louisville, with tho ai-- , organized during the year: Boyle, the Kentucky Live Stock Improve- and nienn llewett, of the Bingham ris, Movanfield, l.ttire. Morgan, the j 'Sraysen. Hanlln. Lincoln, Meade, ment Anoclatlon. Th'.n new ai.ocla-tio- n (rain Co.s the ytem of quoting Andersop, J. Guthrie. Coke, K. M. ing. Geoffrey ,Mm af Wayne, and temporary pramUe to be one of the largest wheat prices was greatly improved. Ulakerbj and S. E. Uierley. Many letters are on file In the Krm Bureau sh,bState Secretary f t Quotations were accurate and based' The '.egislative program of the State otTice of our U. S. Senators ftsderatton hea d quarter ef Louis- - j organizations have been formed In nnd iwnt important organizations in (iirrnrd and Madben. the State nnd will receive the active on price on Chicago and St. Louis Kentucky Farm Bureau was not ex- and Congressmen showing their apmarket, were on a much higher level tensive, but contained matters of ut- preciation of telegrams and letters "Three nlsturit secretaries were support of all Farm Bureaus." The report shows that fifty eoun- than ha ever prevailed before In most importance to farmers. The that have been sent them outlining now have active employed in the printr of the year U in the Ute accomplishments: Kentucky. As quote "member-- ! to aslst County Bureau in organiza- Bureaus on county unit with paid-uSaved Money prices to farmerslocal millerLouisville following are the a Farmers' Co- the desires of Farm legislation. matbased on The first item was i Uon work. B. P. Smoot worked In ters of agricultural The I TS: quotations, this system added many operative Markvtmg Law. This bill record of their vote show that, alin rofort ei me eommuiee smiws Western Kentucky; S. J. I.owry in On thouand of dollar to the bank ac- was introduced in the House of most without exception, they have that the huriey tttturco drawers have teh Central Went, and J. II. Offutt in by J. K. Brown of the voted favorably on all meaure that materially in the Central Kentucky Ilteri receivel This pait year much money was count of Kentucky wheat growers. very keen aided Shelby County Farm Bureau, and have received the approval of Farm y at the State Federation OtTire indi- saved by the counties having Farm formation of their successful wns known as the Bingham Bankers Approve Bureau. organization made up of CO,. cate that their work wai most valu- Bureaus in the matter of fertilizer ptive .Marketing If II I. it became a I B.J X.... U the able and much apprec a ted County purchases. MO growers. In connection with Farm Bureau 'Help Get War law in six nays irony tne lime it wa A carefuJ inveltigation wa, maje It. W, llite wa placed at the head formation of the burley growers, the Bureau. Finance Funds '.nirouuecu, a recora in me nistory oi 0j the tax problem. Figures were "The State Federation Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation oi ine ierinizer commuiee oi me the State of Kentucky tend-in- g State complied, that were sent to all CounFarm Bureau Federation and called a convention at I.uivitle in with the National Federation by When Congres appropriated one The Harry Hartke Bill, giving ty Bureaus and given wide publicity a representative to Chicago to due in part to hi activities the price March which wa attended by the or. associations or in te press showing that farm lands of 10 per cent acid phosphate wus billion dollars to aid in financing farmers ganizatitm experts from all part of slit In working out plnm for a appanized in other states, the full bene are assesed at a much higher rate form of membership cam- reduced in the spring of 1021 from farmers, a committee of five was the United States. At thu convenpointed to administer the funds for fit. of the Bingham Bill, was passed than other classes of property. tion numernu plan for organizing paign. Thl work ha been complet-ei- l $3J per ton to $20 per ton. In the Law, passed by the Bureau were instructed as to methThe Anti-Truand will oon be in the hand of fall of 1121 the Farm Bureau mem Kentucky. Of these member., three Mbaeca grower were eliminated and It will embody ber obtained their acid phosphate at are Louisville banker and the other 1920 ses.on of the legislature that ods of handling their county asses. the attention of everybody wa focut-e- County Bureau. two arc General K. It. Woods, Presi- threatened the existence of all farm ments and the chairman of this coman the plan prevtouily advocated tome Idea from Kentucky', organiza. from $! to 118 per ton, according mittee, V. T. Harris, visited many to locality, whereas farmers in coun dent of the Kentucky Farm Bureau ers' organizations, was repealed. by Judge It. V. Bincham and Aaron tion plani. M. 0. Hughe., a Useless Office to be Investigated counties to give advice along this Sjpiro. In it the purpoe of the Ken. j "Two Kentucky Farm Bureau ties that had no Farm Bureau had Federation, and Believing that the taxpayers of line, and wrote numerous letters ot tucky Farm Bureau Federation to l member were honored by appoint- - to pay in some case 122.50 per ton. member of the State Farm Bureau Executive Committee. The farmers the State can be saved one million other counties on the same subject. were, therefore, strongly represented. dollars annually by the elimination This work saved Farm Bureau counine outstanding feature ox tne of useless Mate and county otTice, ties many millions of dollars in as. work of this committee was the ad- - the consolidation of others, and the sessment an form land. One Farm dreM of the Farm Bureau Finance reduction of exorbitant salaries, a Bureau reduced he assessed valuation Committee Chairman John S. Cren survey commission was appointed and on their farm lands four million, Ave shaw, before the meeting of the Ken. an appropriation of $23,000 was giv hundred thousand dollars below the tucky State Bankers' Association at en them to investigate the matter. figures fixed by the State Tax Com- Louisville. In his carefully prepared J. Guthrie Coke, of Logan county, a m;5$ion by f0iownf the instructions address he proved the necessity of member of the State Legislative Com of the. legislative committee. bankers taking the lead In encour- mittee, was one of the four members aging, fostering and financing all pro. of the survey commission appointed. To Agrigre.ive agricultural movements, outA Pure Seed Law, passed by both lined a definite county program of House and Senate, but was vetoed by work and showed how all agricultural Governo- - Morrow because it contain. Adequate markets for manufacturactivities should be handed thru the ed an appropriation not called for in ing agricultural products are lacking County Farm Bureau. SUCCESSOR TO JAS. A. BEAZLEY The plan the State budget. in Kentucky, according to the Kenwus unanimously approved by the A Bill to repeal te section of the tucky Farm Bureau Federation. entire group of bankers by a rising Farm Bureau Law which requires sal. vote and the address was printed in aries for County Agents, was intro- Among other needs, according to the pamphlet, form and distributed to the duced, but was defeated in com Farm Bureau, are more packing plants, tobacco factories, hemp facbanks of the State. mittee. The passage of this bill tories, woolen mills, buckwheat mills, would have dealt a serious blow to the Extension Department of the Col- etc. These facts were stressed by the lege of Agriculture. VOICF. LEGISLATIVE NEEDS Farm Bureau and some results are Railroads Defeated by Farm Bureau Probably the most important piece materalized. The Emmart Packing The Kentucky Farm Bureau FedPlant has been organized at Louiseration has an active committee on of legislation passed was the bill to ville with a dally capacity for slaughgive the State Railrord Commission education composed of II. S. Berry, tering 1,000 hogs and 250 cattle, beof Owensboro; V. O. Hughes, of Lex. more powers to regular freight rates. sides sheep, lambs and calves. ington, and J. 11. Downing, of May-vill- A similar bill has been Introduced at Mr. Emmart gives the Kentucky every session of the legislature for Farm Bureau credit for his incentive Through thi committee every' the past 20 years, but has always to organize this plant. farmer in the state has a chance to been defeated by the railroads. This Now to aid home packing plants, the bill was introduced nnd voice his opinion of needed agricul- time the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federtural leg'slatiou. Iist year a great backed by te Farm Bureaus. The ation Is planning a campaign of "eat u referendum vote was taken, not only railroad used their best etforts to tit, and the president of one of more Kentucky meat put up In Kenin Kentucky, but in other states. tucky packing plants. The American Farm Bureau Feder- the railroads testified against the bill ation prepared n list of sixteen ques- before the House committee. This Oppose is the first time a railroad president tions on matters of agricultural legislation pending in Congre.s. State has ever appeared before n legislative Nolan Bill It was a committee at Frankfort. Federations were asked to hard fight but the result justified The N'clan bill has been given some by submitting these question to all the etforts. Only two vote were hard jolts by the Farm Bureau, but iiitmlii.lM fill th.tp lllir.mfl Vfit.i Farm Bureau, can congratulate them.!!1 ar1!,in,t t.hLl bi11 ln the "our an'' there may be other steps necessary only six in the Senate. Thanks to to kill the measure. selves on their splendid people of the State The Nolan bill is not dead, as many a the vote from Kentucky showed the Farm Bureau, the highest percentage a compared now have an opportunity to have farmer seem to believe. This bill, if to total member, of any state in the their railroad troubles adjusted by the passed, would 'add One Billion Doauthority, Instead of having to go to llar to the taxes of the farmers of I'nion. cloaked with proper the United States. A vast amount of This Information enabled our Commission the expense of n law suit in every literature favorable to this bill, was Washington Representative, Mr. Gray y Silver, to thow out) Senator and Con. case. The following work wa also distributed in some sections of during the past year, and thlt gressmen how their farmers wanted undertaken by the legislative com legis- propaganda was fought vigorously by them to vote on pending legislation. mittee in addition to the above the State Federation wherever it was Our Senators and Congressmen de- lative program; Realizing that we have a number discovered. serve the thanks of all Farm Bureau alMuch credit is due to-- the newsmembers for the matter in which they of State Departments that have ways urged farmers to organize and papers of Kentucky for their splensupported the desires of our farfers, and further realizing that did in correctly presentas evidenced by their votes. It can truthfully be said that the past year these same Departments have never ing to their readers, the aim, objects was the first In the history of the coperated among themselves, the and accomplishments of Farm BuState of Kentucky that farmers had chairman of the , legislative com- reaus and for publishing the problem a real voice in legislative atfaris at mittee called a meeting at which the of farmers from the correct viewfollowing were present, bestdet the point . Washington. members of his committee: Hon. Most people have their good points George Colvln, Superintendent of Just So. It Is e.uy to preach eflnienlmeat and their poor ones. A few have Public Instruction; Hon. V. C. Han. heu you hate ill the tiifteV na, Commissioner of Agriculture; none at all. .tit othei commodity organizations FARM BUREAUS na ) n'unc umi rallines followed IN ICY. h' ,uhp t"Wt;I ORGANIZED describing in I Grain lt e r ii e. "' ri vi-d- - nub-mltte- p 1 'e -- - vr p Farmers Fertilizers com-toilU- r- a. st d a-- '8 3 Joe F. Price ALL KINDS OF Stimulate cultural Factories Kentucky Farmers Insurance Phone 27 I e. de-fe- I Farmers The Ken-tuck- Office Over National Bank Lancaster, 3 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Auk 3, 1922. The Farm Bureau Secretary John V Covcrdale, evcryl'ody In the Farm llurrau know MOST owr big organization, the Amrrican Farm llurrau Federation, running rrowthljr ami rffrclivtly in all ht departments, lie UlieUsin the Chicago office- John V. Coverdale was lorn on a (arm in Illoomheld township, Clinton county, Iowa, In Until he was sivtcen year old he atttndrd the country school nnd injhe fall of 1899 he rntrrrd the high school at Delmar, Iowa, driving i mile night and morning for two year in order to IV at home In time to help with the choree. He wa graduated from the Prima r High School In June, 1901 In September, 1902, he rntrrrd the Iowa State College of Agriculture, Amen, a a special Mudrnt. Here he spent two and jear in studying agriculture, and wjj chrnen a memtier of the Live Stock BBBBBBsipvtjsti Judging Team to demonstrate at the St Louis World's Fair in 1904, During hit rtllcge career he spent considerable time judging Mock at county fair, and gram 'at farmers' institutes. On January I, 190$, Mr. Covrrdale left A me to engage in farming with hit father He wat mar in Clinton county, Iowa ried on January 29, 1906, and taught a farm for himself, moving on it March t, 1906. Each winter, from 190$ to 1009, John IT, Coxrttlalf he rrturned to Ames for the winter hort court In order to finih hit training He Stcrrlary, The American Farm farmed for himself from March 1, 1906, llurrau Frtlrrallan to November 1, 1912. at which timr reen tered the Kfvt of the I'nited States De-- , mcmlers. Soother staid has yet equaled partmrnt of Agriculture and the Iowa Iowa in memlership. So conspicuous was State College to assist in the organization j Mr. Coverdale' record at an organirrr of county agent work. that upon the formation of the American While on the farm. Mr Coerdnle bred Farm Itureau Federation in Chicago on Abrrdren-Angut rattle, I'otand-ChinMarch 4, 1020, Mr Coverdale was chosen hogt, Shropshire theep, tingle-com-b Rhode tecrrtary Since then .the F.sccutivr Committee of Island Red chickent. Reed's Yellow Dent Seed Corn, and Karly Champion oatt, .the American Farm llurrau Federation I and made a tpecialty of thowing at county hat kept Mr. Coverdale conttantly on the fain, institutes, short courses, etc He job. .At heail of the organization depart-h- a lieen assittant tuperintendent of agri-- ! mrnt the advanrrd the membership from culture at the Iowa State Fair since 1WS, J74.6.'8 on NovemUr 12, 1919, to 967,29 . On NovemtTr 20, 1912, he moved to on Novemlier 1, 1921 Secretary Coverdale is the first man in Ames to take charge of the county agent organization work. He was promoted to the Farm Duteau headquarters' office every State County Agent Leader in 1914. Due morning and the lat one out at night. He to hit efforts, Iowa wat the first state to has leen in every state in the t'nion in the have a Farm Durrau with a county agent interests of Farm llureau organization in every one of its 90 counties. He make a i When the Iowa f arm Bureau Federa- - speech, always emphasizing the import tion was formed in 1918, Mr. Coverdale ance of the County Farm llureau and the was choen as its first secretary The local program of work. You've got to mcmliership drive which he organized have a program of work, of definite service and carried through to a successful com-- " to the farmers, before you can hope to pletion is still the talk of the Farm llureau 'get next to Secretary Coverdale't heart Atldrvnn oj Frank O. Lowden Hudson & Dealers in Farnau Before the Kansas Mate Farm llurrau Feb 8, 1922, at Manhattan, Kansas srw eea Bifiksfltw ' S GRAIN, HAY, HEMP AND FIELD SEEDS. BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR, COAL, one-ha- lf KANAWHA SALT, FEED MATERIAL AND BUILDING We ate lirginning a new vear. The last a a trying one for all. For the farmer it wa a twrplcsing year a well He has seen the price of his products r level, ami, In some apriiach tne Important instance, fall Mow it At the same trtne he has paid substantially double the freight rates which he before the r and from 40 to 175 t cent more for practically everything he has had to buy Tlir deflation hit him first and hardest of all He has felt therefore that he ha a genuine grievance He Miexc that the twite of his products, a compared with the prices of other Ufoee the war, were fited by the pprration of natural economic law over a long series of vears. I it any wonder, then, when he set that balance rudely shattered, that he should think something is wrong with the distribution and marketing of his nl-netIn his rlTort to improve thrw conditions he doubtless has made many mistaken, That he is sound in his feeling, however, that the road of progress lies along the line of ilovr (iMratln among farmers, there ran I no doubt prr-wd f ir i a I For thirty years farmers have received a square deal at this Place of Business. We will continue to serve you to the best of our ability. . STICKING IN PINS Chicago the clatter of the stock ticker chatters out minute by the story of wheat sold and prices advanced or retarded. In New York this busy little recording mechanism whirrs out a record of gradually strengthening industrials that puts men back at work in factories and shops. And thoe directing the destinies of business study carefully the unrolling tape and gauge their actions accordingly. On the farms of America, in the corn- - district of Montgomery County the story INminute Our Motto Quality, service and a fair price. Lancaster, Ky. Many Formed. r Many alive societies for the sate of 'arm roducts have bren ami are formed Simr of thesn will doubt-le- t foil from lack of efficient management. Others, ton, will fad if they attempt arbitrary to fit the prsce of the product I or in that rax- - nsorr rren 4I ruth into the rilut tnn uf the pjirtsruitr artfrlr-anthe sup4y will eiicrd the worM's nerd, formed Ihow iwgamratKin now under the direction o( the Amerlevin Farm llureau I edrratHm are seeking to avoid this prrd Ihev are hasail ujm sound They recognize the economic principle fact that ovrr a long priiod of )rais t of supply and demand fitrs the prke of every commodity Thev know, loo, that when the pi Me of wheat en Wednesday of one week is trn cents more a twshrl than it was on the Turlay of the week Ixfote, this law of suply and demand is not freely trratiflg on l"th days And that ilirirremr may mean the difference between a profit or los upon a whole vears work of the farmer lly orderly, intelligent marketing, they seek to correct this injuttirc Co-olie-l- a Our Telephone is No. 26. belt, the cow country, in New England, and down in Dixie the fight is being carried on these davs to make permanent the farmers' organization, to bring back confidence to our farmers and health and strength to their basic business of soil tilling and stock raising. That fight for Utter farming will be won or lost on the basis of Farm llurrau membership, because results are obtained, not by the of farm bureau organization is being carried thru storms and impassable roads on horscUiek. on Humboldt County, northern Nevada, where a woman drove fifty miles to the marest railroad station and rode five hundred more to attend the annual state farm bureau meeting at Reno and learn how she best could help advance the work that means vi much to western agriculture. With a wide sweep the light ' ill J" ' it: efforts of individuals, but by the united swings back for a moment to old New York g State where, in Jefferson County, voice of all. Township has just come thru with Checked Dajr by Day. of 90 per cent of the entire farm In the Chicago office of the American a sign-uFarm Bureau Federation, therefore, the population In Utah, pushing the regular county progrrs of this campaign for memtiership president of the state being carefully watched and checked, drive we see the it bureau taking the field at the head of a hour by hour, and day by day, for this is flying squadron in one direction while an the ear when maraud and stabilized executive committeeman of the national memtiership is essential to the life of the organization personally leads a picked greatest of all farmers' organizations. team from county to county, in another Instead of a ticker and tape, a map on South Dakota covered a financial deficit the wall shows every county in the I'nited of $3,500 in $1 minutes. In Missouri, States. Whenever a county is organized Kansas and Nrbraska, new enthusiasm and a farm bureau established, a red- and endeavor are dev eloping daily, and the headed pin is placed in that county, and director of organization is continually here "Farmers' Preferred" advances a point and there in the field straightening out Out west, where the counties cover hun- tangles, adding encouragement or advice, dreds of square miles, these pins appear correcting mistakes, and always spurring far apart, while in little Rhode Island on to greater anil more united effort. Your County's Story. three pins dote together make a 100 ( So it is that the most detailed and Farm llurrau state, bat erry pin represents hard work and tells In brief the story minute information as to your own work, here in our county, is being abstracted of success. A Racard of Devotion. and card indexed daily, so that at any This recording mechanism, howevcr.'is moment the director may glance over the much more delicate than is required to unrolling record and, at once in possession note the addition of new counties, With- of all the (acts in every rase, apply presin the counties, in townships,- - communisure or help where most mcded at the ties, and parishes it notes and makes right time permanent record of the rareful planning, So the record grows, day by day, a the unselfish devotion of time and effort, county at a time, and in future years will the obstacle overcome, hojus sustained, furnish i history of thetc more difficult surmounted, As times when the farmer's voice is not and discouragement the stream of daily mail goes thru the always heard because he speak so often central office, every letter is scanned for alone. new from the field, tufolding bit by bit. The blank space on our map are being dramMir human story of the birth of filled up with little pins, small ' in themselves, but great in the sum total United endeavor Tne searenfight play for a moment on of what they represent a solidly organ-ize- d American agriculture. Virginia, where down In the Illacksburg Ellis-burp KINNAIRD BROTHERS, GARAGE Dealers In DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS Huilded Correctly. This great organization, the American I arm llureu I , is huilded a correct inrile First there was the county farm Immcvih Then H) many Ami states came the slate organization so the American I arm llureau Federation rrsts upon the samr principle as our Federal (ovcrnment. It thus has vitality in all its (tarts This stiength is the total strength of alt the county bureaus of the land Through them it is in daily contact with men who live and produce- upon the farm I think the moat hopeful movement of modern times in agriculture is the farm I bureau the county agent is going to help us Improve agricultural conditions more rapidly than any other agency we have had, and that is brrause-hgets the farmers to with along the mot practical and successful line. I know- that is true in my Stale, ami I am quite sure it is equally true herr Not Satisfied. I have hrard many wuple criticize the present frame of mind of the farmer. His amiability ami his serenity are questioned Knowing the things I have outlined here, is it to le wondered itt The farmer is not satisfied, and he will not te, until the pro-equilibrium is restored as I t wren peters which he receives for his irodticts and the prices of other commodities and services, inc Ming freight rates. He believes, ton, that no genuine, prrmanrnt prcHjcrity can come to other cUsm-and other ciiMtions until this balance is regained. I have I'erha siken In what many may regard as too pessimistic a strain. That has not been my intention. The conditions I have described are lring remedied There is no rraxn to despair. The world must clothed and fed. There is relatively but little arable land in all the world c.iiahle of cultivation that is not now undir the plow Meanwhile the inrreM- - in the world's imputation goes steadily on. 'I he old law of supply and demand, which so many people astert to ! the reason for low prices, will soon r working in favor of the farmer. Let him but hold fast, just as he ha done during these Irving e,irs, and his future i assured. rdcr-stione r s Un raliter In all our aiKintment let's let the of the man and not the salary limitation our criterion. s The Federation is trying to do big things, It not only requires big men at the head but big men a member. Kern vnne tin tit litflw fltttne. anj not demand that the bigger one conic too I, quickly. . s ij lUcli Tson handling Farm llureau funds is adequately bonded and his book frequently audited by a public accountant . t MR. FARMER When ou write )our congressman a letter asking him to tupport certain agricultural measure thar )ou want to sec enacted, lie is glad to HEAR from ou. When ou and all the other progressive farmer in your district give him the same information at the tame time he i glad to ACT for ou. Your Farm llurrau give you that fo'ce of mas ripcrs-siothat claim attention, n Here are folks that blame the banker. Ihrie are folk that blame the laws, Here are folk who think that I'ncle Sammy the one who's filled with Daws; There are tlose that keep right on I GOODYEAR TIRES NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE EXIDE BATTERIES One of the first things I ran do to boost my Farm Bureau is to keep my membership due paid. No mutts r who may be to b!an,ev Hut the Farm llureau is blithe job how, And ti e f.riMr ran play the game. marketing methods have grower twenty-fivmillion dollars. The iamc principle can be used in any state. nettrd California e Trie Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Aug 3. INCREASE IN NUMBER OF SPRING LITTERS AS COMPARED WITH 1921 1 922 " "Tnc Farm Bureau Movement" A Striking Book Review John -- at W 2 br lleaton in the New York ning "WorlJ" Eve- llMi Fk ,JJ-- L NOW OFFERING AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY SEASON-ABL- E MERCHANDISE at money saving prices, as we must make room and prepare to receive our wonderful lines of fall Swlna Judging at a Stat Fair Disp. ays of WII.OrJ Animals Competing (or Honors Havs an Important Influence In Improving Llvs Stock In. dustry. wlilh" thl )rnr tlirjr lll .'Li prr rrnt. If the tirntinhl; rrpr-'nillllhrr of pic tiitnl Mr litter N low H IMh pprlns, lomrtrr. thr pro' Inrrrn.r In nutnhrr of pU inntrrlallr reiltirnl tirtt full will Thr utrrnci' IiiiiiiImt of (ilea iivH Jrt irl(ne. I llttrr, ii rriirttl for thU ." plKi, roinpnrril wild III latt Nprlne mul .Mi ple lnt full. Smalltr Incrtasa In East and South. Thr nunrjr In IVini)lnriln, Nrw York nnil .Marjlunil liciw an Inrmitr nf nlilj-- 5 tT rvnt In thr hillulT uf lltliT for thr II rM half of thr yrtir wlilln thr total IIHIiiUt of a.ivil how a iliirrmc of .1 t n-- frun ii )mr ain, Thr nimilx r of drrl for fall fnrrowlni: lmw aii tirrrtt. of SI Jirr Crtit thr nilmluT of auvra which farrownl Ut fall. A total In of 1 1 per rent In thr nuinlirr of llttrr for thr jrnr Ii lnIU'Htii pro Wri thr Intrutlotii of fanurra to pro ilurr fall jiIim nrv airrlnt out III the SiKilhrrn Mate, llirlil'lliii !ori:ln. Alaliama ami an of fi jut rent In thr minihrr nf prtnc llttrra U rrporti'l, hut the total nillllhrr uf pic antnl the x.iine ii lutt jiar im airnuiit of the Miinller liillnher of plk' per lit ter. TtieM- - StHittirrn ttntrs show an lnrrrar of 27 er t In thr numher of anwa liileinl.il to be brvd for fall fjrrowln.' otrr lut with a total proivrtlo lnrn-uof 11 er cent In the iimnlxT of lltiem for thr yrar The urrjr la haW uinin ahout ohe.ule from farai u.ual run of hruty lnii lutrr. t tit ) rrs In the Corn llelt atatra. which partmrtit prmlure ntwiut 70 crnt of the pig If faniirrn mrry out tholr riin-- i In the l nlteil Mtatr. nnil from liitrntloii ulth n-to for farmers In the esateni anil aouthem fall farrtmn: thr total iihihImt of atatra. The srhnlulea wrro distribute! hjr niral mall carrlrra to 13 farmers riHrtn ! furrow for tin Includliii: prlne anil fall fammlng. on each rural mall ilrllerjr mute. It will Ih US rrnt Inrurr thnn lut l ilnniinl to made a similar surrry rar. In alMiiit alt months which will he Tlir urry liullmtm a prort'tlvr ue. ns a chevfc on the ilrpartmmt'a 41) liicrvaa of estltuatr, ami ulso Inillrate the num ?r ivn In thr fall In Ihrtr atatra ovrr laat iHr. hrr of plg to W prcxlurr.! In the fall farrow Ibk rrri-nitr-l aprititf of UC3. Iial Tlie flgurra In th 'A prr crnt of the total farrow Ins fur (irewtit survrr are sNeti bolow. merchandise. rrpr4 A net tnrrtus iif II. mt rnt In Hi mimtiiT of yiiuiiK Ai prudtiri-thl spring In the iVirn licit static Is tmwtt In a special pic survey Just nitrptftt-br the Pliltiil .Stairs of Agrlmtturr This may nvrrrimir thr prr-n- t short ( nf incut stuck, tin niont Mate. Thr survey shu ii urm Inrri'iis per mil In tlif iiiiiiiIkt of lEi-f prlng Utters thU yenr ns nmipars-with tin" tiHmher of litters Inst spring, hut the average number nf pigs saved ht litter I 7 per rent les than Inst sprlnc. The April I miw r'(Mrt of th department Indlral-n- l a nrt Inrreuse of l.Vil wr mil In pi pndurtbm this spring Hcr last year. r fit l Thr out tluit ituk of (mrk prmJurM Hthet than lard In "turner Ma) 1 ure XI per cvnt r merage and 'Jit les than the prr rent less than a mr nei. Uird stock May I were III per rent le r average anil 37 thnn the crnt lei than on May I. till. .Stock of other mrat arr rorrepsdlri2ly low ! It I Mndl nut that thr survey cover mtmtH-rof l.g tiHil not weight. The rsTrd Utw llmt thr average weight of hog marketed lint varied Much a .tl jer iviiI, or from IPS to 21K (mmiihK during thr past five )nir. Many pmdit'er have fiiitliil It prnntnhlr to imrki-- t tbrlr hoys rnrly t llclit wi'leht l'forr IIh d d H If Ih. I'moi huim I Ariwliur l.ptlmnt thr rnr, nt H tr ir fni hnd 11 orr iii-- pttt rrt-di- FALL Just a few words FALL in FALL ready-to-wea- r, tht-)fu- tlve-)rn- tT lnrrur Mlllpil, nel s n-n- 11 e )r, regard to fall lines of merchandise, we will show the most complete line of Ladies ?hoes, piece goods and notions ever shown in Lancaster at prices that are just right, maintaining our usual good service and courteous treatment, we are looking forward to having an opportunity of serving you this fall. Truth ever Quality always ). t w tin-illi- yr-ii- ift )rr FARMERS-wh- en you come to TOWN and want something EXTRA, come to Nn. of CORN BELT STATES Ohlj Indian Mlchlsan Il!ln..l. Corn O.lt States. . . t Iktt tRJ tat iwt IK J . hh r- fr titter. w J - J' i tt c: is o ;w f 114 iii iaiJ 1M 2 2e 1 .: llt.T MlnnoU Vlinin N.brk Kan .4 Huuth I4kU Curn lllt rtfatti N.w Voik Ulumrt low ,.ii ..! ..tr-- j It I la y (.t i.1 t 7.1 tr t 112 IM2 141.2 VI lltl ....l'C . .. II ti S.J y CI u n S.1 : lot i IX 13.1 1)1 in: is.o S 117.1 lOl III I 1W.7 lilt The Sanitary MEAT AND FISH MARKET ICO Eaitcrn States. ....U1.1 .. . I :. AC 114 IM 1 iai 13.2 111 lnniltanU ntrn lUrrlati'l :. i: :.: 7.1 7.3 . K.7 UK I 77 1 Main Southern Oaorcla Alabama States. . . . CJ 7.t 7.1 .! i:.o 13. UIO 114 7.J turn, iliiry metho'li. lie ii the County r arm Agent Down in Wellington a group of Sena and Keprcentatives, elected by one I tort My or another, diirrgard party to do the bidding of a new lobby, ariten topoef in a single ettra tettion suddenly that the city public scarcely realiies it. ThU lobby, to which the League it an amateur, recently humped into Preii- dent Harding himtelf by marshalling Republican Reprethe vote of ninety-fou- r sentatives ajjintt the lorrin? of the SO jwr crnt surtai on very' rich men, which Mr Hardin had recommended, from the modern knitht errant in the tamed flivver fihtm the modern micro-copi- c draicont to the treat organization in Waahinnton that commands and tefitlation it only two short jump. According to Orvitle Merton Kile, late Assistant U'a,!iin,jton Representative of the American I'arm Bureau Federation (that it the new pner), in "Ths Farm iMacniillan), the llureau Movement firtt County Farm Agent in the United Statet on the prevent plan was John II. Ilarrnn, in !lrirte ( ounty, N V Fundt wer e prnvideil by the Ilinihamton Cham-le- r of Commerce, the I'nited Statet Department of Agriculture ami the Lackawanna Railroad Cornell oiTrred scientific guidance The date wat 1911. Now there it a Farm Agent in most of the counties, usually with an attittant or two, AKiatcl with him, but independent, it often a youni woman who alto drives a wicked motor car up the tide of a boulder when neceitary, and who can tell the farmert" wives about science applied to houtekerpin. Anil let not city people tuppotethat they dcipite the Home liurrau't "book larnin'." They do not. Any more than the farmers repel the ofHe it their man. fered aid of the agent For behind him it the Farm llureau organization, local to the county. It practical farmers. When the World War tucked the I'nited Statet into its maelitrom, the Farm Bureaus became tourcet of war ttrength. It wat only when they combined, first in State and now in a national organization completely represented in every ttate and with a president who ittues ordrrt to Congrett that the famous "bloc" appeared, to which President Harding devoted ae-truc- k consideration in hit message. Mr Kile detcribet farmert' movements of the patt that have sought power and vanished from tight or, tike the Grange, have been diverted to sociability. He it cruel enough to point out many demands of those temporary organization!, satir ized then in citiet, that have become law. Call the roll: Regulation of railroads, popular election of Senators, the R. F. I), mail, parcel pott, postal savings banks. Federal improvement of roadt, f Laws, the land bank, a currency. We take all thet things for granted now, yet how bitterly every one wat once fought at "socialistic" It it easy to call the farmers' "bloc" a Soviet It it, in fact, about half Soviet or guild socialism as demanded by G. II. D. Cole and others in England, and half rrgional representation at at present, only regional representation it itself often of a guild nature; for farm issues are sectional. Wall Street it a North Dakota it another. And, at Mr. Kile's book will demonstrate. North Dakota's esperiments have been dispraised for the wrong reasons. Mott of the thingt North Dakota sougfit to llo were proper anil would be for ths public aa well as for the particular interest if the league could only do them. It should be condemned not for radicalism It bit on more than but for inefficiency. it could chaw. It it no more immoral for the farmer to demand legitlation in hit inlerrtt than it hat been for the manufacturing trutt to demand "protection" in the vut, while the ttaple farmer sold pricet and wat hit product at ' Anti-Saloo- n ve-toAntt-Trust panic-proofifty-fifty tec-tiofree-trad- e double-crosse- goes everywhere, in any weather. He can give advice on buii. bluhtt. soil inocuU l'p in the Catikillt a young Cornell emluate tlrivrt a buitnl bronco automo bile over otxtaclr that would turn 4 New York taxir.iti artist rule with friiht. He Ul.llpl Houthtrn flut.f ... .. lit mo t . it u i ci It 11 M (. It K.J !1 V".J (4 Ml I 114 1 UT.i) "The Farm llureau, Says Mr Kile being moderate in itt demands, got (from Congrctt in the session jutt ended) practically everything it asked for" Capper-TinchGrain Exchange, Packer Control Dill. Federal Aid to Roadt Hill. Farm Financing and Crop Exporting Ilillt. In addition, "the plant for a sales tax were blocked," The book went to prejs too early to chronicle the crowning' achievement that scared Mr. Harding the defeat of the etTort to reduce income super-taon very rich men. How the country hat wept over the sorrows of these poor fellows' People generally avoid important books. Hut if they really with to know how- James R. Howard suddenly hat more power over legislation than the President of the I'nited Statet, the story it told by Mr. x er STORE AWAY CANVAS COVERS WHEN DRIED Liable to More or Less Damage Through Moisture. Htavy Pi.ccs Should De Strtlched Ov.r Otam or Large Horfiontal Pole Will Latt Much Longer If iiae ohiKihl hang oior u lnvitu or large horizontal pole, or kIhuiIiI ln xiupenil ii HKinimi mo iniue or it imrti or mIiimI nither limn fobhil. Cuiiva mill ilnrk will g bitter ierlce mul hut longer If watorprtMifoil, The 1'nlte.l .static letHirtmeiit of Agriculture. In rurnieri' llullellu UA7, ghea lull for waterproofing uml uilblew-pnllncotton iluck. The bullelln limy be huil frii- - on iipplleiitlon, g i PRODUCING CERTIFIED SEED Dis- Waterproofed. 3 I'alU.I KiiIm lpilmnt at Asilcultui. I Ciinina nnil ilurk wagon mul crop rot its unit eunviiH hngi lire llahle to il.iinage thriHiiili molnliire, ntulng uhetirnt inlhlew or rotting unless lliey nrt ilrliil before lielng HtoriM, M)s the hureuil of I'hruiUtry of the Unlteil Htalt'i Deportment of Agriculture. CanvuN which has heroine wet or even damp eliouM he ilrleil hs soon aa oslble by iM'Ing pr'c over u wagon or hung over it fence or Urge Mo until It Is thoroughly dry. If thu weather Is wet, It limy tm hung uniler it slieil or In the burn. No canvas hags, etc., ahuuhl ho fiihtei! or aloreil while ilainp. Kobllug of a lunvy rauvus, especial-Ij- r g If It has heen slllTenisI by treatiuent or by being wet or frusvn, may weaken or rrack the fabric, raoataf It to Irak, for this rmtoaj, haary canras when ngt i (Prptr4 br tk Many Potato QroMtrs Will Be appointed Because of Ralie In Requirements. I'rohiibly us ii Kile. prhv reeehtN) Mtil for KliM'k. )eur hnie IIMeil more thnn nf the better year for rertllleil Mnlne miuo growers this reMilt lu What is tho Farm llureau? nf reinMntatUeH of the State Ivpiirtinent nf Agriculture. Many of theno growers will be however, heriiUKe they have ularletl with tork of no pnrllruUr merit, titer n mtI.h nf yeiir an illanp-xilnle- lnxitliiii IW) iut' kinds of Meats Fish and Oysters in season. Absolutely New and Sanitary. All water-proolln- but thl )onr I In- - txrcentiige will probably be lower. The initiate Ntmnlanl hua bi-rulel. Tills year h llebl having us much ua n vr rent Is iuiilll1ii for nf nioae cl.-apnxliiclng aeeil. The best siix-grown now Is tbat from strains Imported from th Oaaadlan provlnoM wlihla tho ttit few ytara. e meruge nf paei the 17 per rent nf the entries reUln-intiil", Our Mqtto: SERVICE-SATISFACTION-SANITA- TION "The Farm llureau it a voluntary association having for its object the well being oi agriculture, economically, educationally and socially. Its purpose is to assist in nuking the farm business more profitable, the farm home more comfortable and attractive and the community a better place in which to live. It seeks to perform In an organized way certain essential activities which cannot be accomplishedthrougli Individual eilort." J. W, CrdM, S Uty, Amtiuan fti" Hhhju The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 3, 1922. How Much is $10 Worth? How many farmer would turn down nn opportunity to trade $10 for 130? Pressure from the Farm Bureau reduced the railway valuation for purposes of computing guaranteed earnings $1,700,000,000, making an average saving of $30 each for ever)' farmer in the United States If that were absolutely the only return on his investment every farmer in the United States would be wise in buying a Farm Hureati mind It is almost as promising as oil stock and certainly much more fulfilling. Hut even besides this a saving of a hundred million doll.r i is effected by a lowering of freight rates on basic commodities and - i, hay and live stock. These two examples of how the former et money back for his $10 illustrates only the smallest part of the ii.ti n t All Join Hands lly JOHN W. COVLRDALE "wrrUff federation. Frm Human Thr farmrr ha relinquished hit imaginary independence and reached out hit hand to hit neigh-lio0 KaWi3!V We Win" ii out watchword today The obieet ul the Farm llureau, In formal language, it to crratr a countion toadrancrand improve the agriculture of thr coun- "Together ty wide organisa- the farmer receive. Wc do not always expect our interest on an investment to I e returned in the same kind of currency. We invest lalwr ami git cur returns in wages. We invest the wages and get our returns in our u!ti mate goal comfort, pleasure, a living. Sometimes our interest rontu back in figures that can be added dollars and cents of definite value. Sometimes we espect no other interest on our investments than the satisfaction of having investctf1 such as giving a meal to a hungry man. One kind of nn investment is made when bank stock is lought and another when school taxes arc paid. When a farmer joins the Farm Bureau the same ten dollars acts as an investment in both kinds and not only does the farmer get back hi interest of a hundred or more per cent in cash but he receives a return on his membership fee more valuable 'and more stable than dollar. His membership fee is an insurance he takes out on his profession. It is a gift indirectly to the happiness of his family. Also, it is a charity donation for suffering agriculture. It is succor to the oor and needy just as sure as Salvation Army soup. It will help build up your roads keep your taxes down, give your community information, a new social life, and a selling point to homeseckers. It will raise the morale of America. It helps cancel your civic, religious, educational and charity obligations. Last year, it returned you more than $30. Where else will $10 bring such a high rate of interest? Where else will $10 do so much good? GARRARD COUNTY KENTUCKY IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD. HER PROGRES- SIVE FARMERS TOGETHER WITH GAINES' "PROMPT PAYING INSURANCE" HAVE MADE OLD KENTUCKY FAMOUS. THE BEST WE HAVE IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR THE GARRARD COUNTY FARMER. i Who Sets the Prices? "When the people stop to think, old and established institutions crumble and disappear." The farmer and his son rode silently home from'town. The wagon was empty but for the two sacks of flour purchased from the merchant who had bought their produce. Puffing on his pipe the farmer pondered over some question of the moment. The boy's mind was not inactive. "Pa," he said, "when you took our stuff to the store what did you ask the man?" "I asked him how much he was giving today." , "And when you bought the flour, what did you ask him?" "How much he was asking." "You asked him how much he would pay for our stuff and then how much he would take for his?" Lapsing into silence the boy thought over this and the silent man puffing his pipe by his side also thought. "When the people stop to think, old and established institutions crumble and disappear." i Gaines , The Insurance Man ' ( Farmers Attention I The Farmer in Washington For thirty years Wall Street has had a bloc in Congress. Now thp j j farmers have their bloc. the farmers' bloc ir- - an organization,!) the American Farm Bureau Federation, which first supplied the initiative and the leaders for the Farm Bloc in Congress. The Farm Bloc is the name that has been given to a group of Senators and Representatives who are getting action on agricultural legislation. The American Farm Bureau Federation, through the farmers' bloc, has been able to get on the statute books every project for which it has been working. 1 lere, at least, is something worth-whil- e about which there can be no dispute. Individually the farmer never could have formed such a bloc. No one farmer could ever hope to gain such a victory. It is only an organization such as the Farm Bureau that, by making use of its i nidi- - In itiirnvi-int. ubnr tin. fririiuip ninta ... tUm of legislation and go about getting that thing for hint in an intelligent and effective manner. a The Farm Bureau has proven already that it is quite capable of Z$ looking after the farmer s legislative needs in the nation's capitol. Ik-hinI r .. i Trent Tires t Tubes GEO. SWINEBROAD On The Square. Lancaster, Ky. Distributor for DUNN BROTHERS, DANVILLE, KY. We are for the Farm Bureau. Look over this price list We will save you money. REVISED LIST PRICE ON TRENT TIRES AND TUBES 8 A Growing Pup Size Even when the Farm Bureau was a mere pup, it showed sign of being a mastiff. And the men of the world who parasite on agriculture realize that it was no mongrel stray among organizations, and that it might some day grow up and sink sharp teeth into their heels. But they nodded at one another reassuringly and whistled to the older organizations: "Note the conceit of that Farm Bureau puppy," they said, "run him out or he'll sleep on your carpel and dig up your bones. Fabric $ 6.95 7.95 11.92 14.25 15.25 , Cord $ mmmt-m- Tubes 30x3 $1.'5 1.75 2.15 2.20 2.35 2.45 3.25 3.35 3.65 3.95 and the 1' nltrd State Icttrtment of Agriculture in the emtdovment of a county agent or agent to develop a definite ogram of work that will brine to the county a letter economic. Knf.il aail educational condition mi at to make farming morr prohtaMe and country life more attractive' The imumn of the Farm llmeau i to gite wmce It not an upemng of farmer nr wat it organited to umuUte ttrrncth enough to fight the ether fellow The Farm Uucr.u gcrw frttm a ilmre on the part of thr farmer for tetter prudu- - tion It had it Ugtnnmg in the outh whrre demonttration agent were , hired t) trv to tra, h the cotton farmer hot. to fight Ull weevil Thit wat in I'll! arid when thr ftrtt ( intatv (arm llureau wai orgamed in tke mxth ten i year ago thrrr rrr three hundred county (arm drirnHiitralion agentt working in thr wtuth It thr I arm llureau i budded the ground up. with the c mtvin .niMtMifl at thr hatKumt. that iu( It ha Iven ttrm The llirgrtt Job. rrjnitccmlin all the other work of the I arm llureau the r.tatatuhmrnt of trong local unit, of thr f gain4tin in cery community id the land Without ttrong iiaal unit. nved of men ami women luing the ever U work of the j farm telling the el their farm talor and buying thing to male letter home am) liettri farm and Utter rural life, the Faim llureau i without that which 'iittifie it eintcme Where we are luting; mcml-cr- . ople are akere I wliere lotkt tin not tlmtk that they are getting value lc thr due. their "u will find a local Htut that lun.ti-.nmSMoetlwig profirtly t not i wnirig. and t it up tu the ntnal thrmtrlvr lo Jiv.ilvrr the wtmttMMl and (ml out what it n Vou will rentemlr how the I ird comnundrd (iiitetm, MVWig Now therrMe. ko to. proclaim hi the tar of the Imtplc, ating, whoMirvet fearful ami alraul. let Mm return, and it 'lepart.early from Mount (ttlrad ' It wemi to mr that we may very well tolay i" .kr I arm llureau Whrwirver H fearful ami afraid Irt him return and early frow Mount ftilrad For Strong Iltirti. i or we havr a great work yet tu do. and it i no w,tl for tick at heart, the weak and thr fearfuk What, then, Hour work anal our future.' If I had my way. I would make an I would ideal county farm tiurntu ri wide tuiwt and rati and it on a r that thr ttatr (aim tiureau. Then I l that on a nattun wtde Ihiih .ml tall that the Anrrnan I arm llurrau rtleratHm Hut the ruuvrmrnt it too It wilt take more iung foe that yet than ten year of education and organira I n torraih thnHlral The Farm llureau believe that the a(eguarhng and promotion of agricultural interrtt are vital lathe welfare, ami that tliew intrrr.ti wtitettnl by the unitel action i an liett l cl all. rrgardlrw d f.tctional or htujl It 'lrprU lor lit ttiength lillrrrnir the kind of upprt given it by the iiimn local iimniuiiitH. lounty and Male or ganiratmnt in--l the in oprratMHi which it receite from the varMHH agertcie interested in the welfare of .ijrw ulturr Our Firit Eflert. The I arm llureau m .i mutual oranix-ttMifoe the farmer Our hrt tatk it tote ( orgamratHm Iand coop-- i miii rat of real thir ftr.t Hforl tu to the farmrr la mure for him a iHrumre of economic ju.ttce lor inttarwe. every man who mor (Mil., the farm to take up that work a a life orruMtion decide upon that calling with thr idr.i ( making a Irving for hit family, tut.rmklethr mcr.iry mean of 4 OMiiliKtaWe living a well at educ4tiun.il featuri for Iih children Heme Jin thing that can ihme to in urate the net in. time d that farm will ttart the nmr 011 the road to utth.i.in thr nnrtMtle of life It it an evellatting otic whrn the farmer uit Imying, etrrylx.l) ha to iuit liur whole inarkiting (ruyrain it bawl on ,1 tound, thorotih 4Haltiof buiniconilitioii Our legit l4tivrotfr4miluiUJrd (rimitla- - thought of the aiir. vifc, agmultural intrirttt of thr country Our organifatwm it buildeil with thr tame th.Hight mind, and if the,- oniilitMin an lie righted it will mean not only more product on the farm, but Utter rquilHiieiit, Utter home. Utter t, hi Mlt mid U tier t hurt lie, aud all, a brttrr ilat i uturHthip when the far me rw of our bitv tniht tt.ite once learn that logtthtr Wr Win' I the watch word tu follow ' out-rate' ty, to with the State l ol. lege of At rkulture rerrl ' trrt ht w.-.- rind 1 ' lr nn)i4tur 111 - aljr ' 30x3 V2 11.80 19.75 20.30 21.25 23.95 24.90 26.00 3U4 32x4 uml dn4 and Sit nmle unit lam, rap II A. Indln tamt; Ktn a Kwiwunt mn aumi in And bit Uu hmtu wfttre A ilr.it aim if I AtU 1 Oh, An ht,n Ac livini 111 si7v." ! Alt Ac. H llU Ac Mr rM.nit Sm Kt II a dluutx)dt irJMnetC Ui arn M.r,auunJUcipilJrnl 33x4 34x4 32x4 34x4 a Anil iw Sic'em!" "I'm'ein all to fighting each other," said the enemie of agriculture, walking complacently away. So the old organizations barked a bit at the Farm Bureau and were aloof. But the Farm Bureau went about hunting its own rabbits and neither howled in the moonlight nor yeled at its ueighlorsi. Neither did it dig up buried bones. When it became, nearly grown it tried to run in the hunt with the others at first there was an occasional exchange of nips on the cars but one by one the Farm Bureau and its farm organization companion are getting acquainted. The others may find the Farm Bureau a younger, bigger, stronger dog, but they realize that it docs not intend to fight its own kind. It ha its eye on better meat. 16.10 33x4 V, i 33x5 35x5 , r , - 30.80 - 32.20 4.00 NOTICE.) (SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT mcnt ' Will, )nii thouhl hear tlx ni. ay local) county farm Imirau orKanirti! The fjrm bureau not only ting but write mug piufutcly The movement ha an oMiiul Ming liook with twenty-fouof 'tin iniludixl, The aloic ditty, tung to the tune of "Turkey In Ihc Straw," hat enlivened more than one community nutting of Farm lluroau ineiiiUra. The rridcnt of the National Farm llureau, J. K. Iluward, an Iowa farmer, "I like to think that the forward march of the Farm llureau army It timed to wng." r 1A1 Ac'i maicw arvun4 Do they wng in the farm Iwreau moe- - 1 m. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Aug 3 922 1 9 Our Own Problem Uy W. II. WALKER Unites Commodity Marketing Organizations With Farm Bureau Commodity Organization Plan of i;ieeutl Commit Pfm linmu vmniif th Amre-lr- n renVfatlnn ASSOCIATION CXCHANM. Away hack in the heginning of the of America the ideal which are in certiorated In the C'onititution of the I'nited State are et forth in 'We, CP j. UA MLW '9 W cnlcr to form a, more tierfret union. I'nited State, in . i etali(ih juttlce, tt.T XXzW'xWx xI I I I T UAItLATIVI T I XIVt MOCK I I I ft s B V I PROMOTION! Tic io I B V T fdOIT ClCHANat rj CXCHANtl """ SERVICE Yn-- j tn- ca-n- ot jk-h- tranquility, anil provide for the common defente and tecure for jirotprrity, do ordain and our-te'.- e Inture domettio etc, titution of the t niter! State.' potite thit Con- - agricultural the mind of America find u h wonderfully ccigr-ftn- Thi it thecom picture of Fifteen years of service has shown you w that The Garrard If you Bank & Trust Company is or should be your bank. have no account with Account-Ti- me us-we sW In iiiiiiiiii (MlltllMWIMMM want you. Give us your Regular plan olmwri in the .tUivv thart provide an affiliation of the marketing; orRanualionn with the Michigan Slate Farm Hiiumu on tlir kiti of their common intcrcM, surh as IcKi'lation. tiiirchaMitc;. etc , Aown liy the cotmiwility circles dipping into the State Farm Bureau vrvicc circle a well a for iiumiicm ervue lietwren the varioti cotttmiKlity cxchanKej., shown by Such an arrangement the union of the commodity exchange circle wduld give the farm bureau mcmler of any commtKlity exchange access to the luineM Mrvi.-- e of the othrr exchange., under tlicir iwjh-tive rule, an well a to the fjeiieral service of the State Farm liurc.iu. The plan i shown here merely a an example of what one Mate has done in uniting the commodity matketin organizations with the State Farm Bureau Federation THU Deposit or Savings Account. service-t- I scc-tf- , You know our motto is o the Farmer, Merchant and all others. If you do not "belong" come to see us. Respectfully, c "Why Dm! Should Held n f; to I lit; Farm liurt'iiu" Farm children in all parti of the I'nitrtl States have rnlrml a rnntrtt in fitmg If tint on "Why Dad Should Itrlnng to the Farm Iluirau The children who write the letter, are tkr hut rniMin Dad should Join the Farm Iluirau l.ecaue he Hr them every he ran take for their welfare XrraulH lie should take an MIMnt in coojierative marketing I hr owes hit chiMrtn a ttntng Itiwnciat Istckground at rwl He hit ckithet a other ktdt wear high .h4iunir gul the kind u( drrssct bsth the can meet the merchant' in (laughter and nther cUs.snatrs without Extract front Speech i i Q Kentucky. I'rol Karph II Catrirl PrnietMir tit llMtnry' in Yale t'nrvMwty THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST Lancaster rutr He owe the hutc tyke who taVe a btttker a tic at ManteM to the rutral wth every mm nine nd ttruggWs it full n( milk, a wfr (uluie with rwllural advantage an. I a proffi htstrmal if he ll ar He uwr the U welc ultn rule a (4u llHOMh a hr ami titwty AuiMt ttay a nillctir eHurnlmn ami a He ime th linve ine in a hte h mi'iMMlioniflth Wp him luxuriet liVe marjtaHiet, trif in the ctlV, comfwtaWe hone. haehall nt trre thinn that mane) ran lu a farmer in thr I mtet tatr wht tloetn't ant hit fhiWeen i Imvean eiMM-life than he hat kail m tm The Farm ItiMrau t hoe emit mH mi at that rwutte theultl Imt it m an oijitiinii ami Ml Imiltl up hit owrnmnMA thMt the lilltr Kaniett.r tarming lrk lele rhrf-ilie- ii't !. rtl If Me aixl ell trir nitate In a ire ul H tae in tie t I he Farm Huieau ttaiMU dw rstei nmtila. I rU hnmet, lair iMre rniMOrt. Kmetnnient, yjwt n e lm iiiuii. i hint, t tihti mmt) ami mtetettini; agfi- .' .in ni' ii. e ' onlrtl inllr Kill MX irti, ol- - iiM(Mrai,'rtl ti.mikl jutn the Farm llureau." l Nr 4U m r an rrstm II. hh- - nr. tmaiiw he M Inirn how ii i lit r dairy HiaM." Hcr ,t iu ikiM, htit or that. It .. .. r'lrr WMM tttin aiuir a( rt I . , the (atrarr lut He hat not hail an imli nhialxt a rraiK nieant of ilrlentc aaintt the ttiiMiK KaHUitHit of Uuh lncli in their caiMtal ami Litr intvirtt hate at tiixet him. It ii unfair romlitiont true that at tiwra during the at fifty jcari, there have teniimr ary farmer oraiiiatmnt tKousht tostthrr to ronihat towe unutually l.tinlriiKinir cunditteiu Imt uiuaUy hrraVmn ilon when the emergency ha iviiml there have Hut of late year rung up farmer orcanlatioiit of a iiuitc iliilnrnt turt organira-tion- t with a very latge memlerthip, ilh an asKietuvr and intelligent leailtrihip, ami wllh a way of rait-in- j whatever fumli they may find tietrttary to inomute the interettt of 'I he leailei of their nieinUit. thrtc organiiatiorti ate Irjiniiig rapully ho lu adapt to their work the 111rtho.lt rtliUli Itunnrta men and worltnc mrn have limml Infn furtlirilng thru ter rttt " N-e- II A It I) I S O HOOK ami one of hit ith i hapten hail to do il. ' met an jrtrMltiwe " i 'in- - ur a le il the ttatctiirntt ' r I'riulenl HUilrt 1HI K NT V II l.s on uh inie In-e- In the eailv. formative veart in Amen can hiitery. hrn rhapt eighty tir mnrtv rent of AmefMant got their living from the mil. it at ilithtult for farmert to frrl that they to a nrialiied ftatt After the turn of the nineteenth century, howrver, hen imluttrv lian to ttri.le ami Kiant forward in teven hMgue Hti to ap)wr. the men of agrirullure lgan more ami moir clearly to we tliem Thev telvet at an reonomK gmup apart werr tieeMiiti in a national divition if UUh rii whwh the new capitals! and the were the two other new Farmert' tir rnewt important rlementt, ramrutieiH apfe'eil. tle tirange. tl I'armer' MUanre. the Agrirultural Vheel and finally the 4rtiral nrganuution railed the I'opulnt larty. 'I he Mgmficunce of thrte it In fiwml. not in their continued faihile. Iwt in their t" tie ilrvrlup MNttnrM. a pride of meflt of a group ro nerupHtlAn ami a erw ol nimmunity if fiw the futuir interest full of Mgnintam-The lat of them, the I'opuUttt, met defeat in the rlectKin of h6 Si rirt lfrwe. in the crntuaof t'W. the National (kivernroent had teronled the p.isinK of In l'MH). land value lgan the frontier dmililing and trehhng with attounding rj)ity. The latt deeaile in the nineteenth century. tirrfoir, divtirxtlv nurlt With the legin-mnthe patting of an the twentieth century came the movement tlettined to hrin profound rkanget to memanKfe Amerwan citiient were hardlv prewiteil o( the recent (aihtKal to tre. at the rontrtt. Iratrmiin and even coalition Vet ( ongrett letwrefl the telhgerentt, hail tranely gotten under way in Decern-rr. lOJO.'when it einnie evident that the Itepiibbrarit of the Wett weie uniting with the Demorratt of the South with the avowed oliert of enacting important agrarian legitlation To the average urKin dweller in the eatlrrn population rentert the thing wat inexplicable anil pierMerout "What twti hat the farm rr," demanded an iniliirntwl metropolicul favort not tan journal, "for atling granted Uy him to othrr in the It mit agiKulturr a butmett like other ImnniM, and. a uch, uhrt In the mim kind of haard " A Virginia farmer antwered the iuetkn We of the mm) who have lemleil our m kt ami tilHour land faithfully through ahlr, the Utt twelve iim.iiiIhi have aHlrtl hv kindly Nature, to pour into the larder of our rit Ixrlhun all the foml tta4e nmlnl to lake away the ' haunting t)f tt of living fear of the "high ioium- - we wouhl likr In continue to play o.luie the role of fnoi I pliilaiithliiMlt (iKvl at J h hut we a limit 1I0 it. 1 hetriucc many of u in the turning )rur, in tHte of tligaiit tuch a "Food Wint the War" or "Feed the NalMm'1 or "Freil StarvinK tuine" will mcrrly try to freil It lhcwve thin then the farmer odue to rat who lomaimr what wc while the eating it good- - and ihoap. lr ltt ( wage-earn- ASSIGNEE e al SALE The undersigned as assignee of Lydia on B. McKeehnie will c o-- tnr 1 I Saturday, Aug 5th AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. on the farm of said McKechnie, near Marcellus, Ky.. sell at public auction the following personal property: One Deering Binder, (nearly new), mower, plows, vators, blizzard cutter, gasoline engine and feed grinder, drill, roller, corn planter, cutting harrow and numerous tools, also one automobile, one sow and pigs, 11 brood (will farrow in about weeks), and one aged mare. culti- .' wheat small sows, tx-e- 1 TERMS OF SALE: All sums under $20.00 cash in hand, over that amount on 3 months time with good surety drawing G per cent interest from date. Said sale is made pursuant to order of Garrard County Court. I on Amoiva it one ol thoe lug wettern I he) only luve aUiut 7,(HX)farni. hul they have 5.K f them in theii ei, ttale Farm llureau. A a retult of their tlate organization, they recently got i.,...il,.r with the ivukrr and in plaie of to freil Ariiona, hipping in oultale arrangement have Ucn made whtrcby the urkcr will he ahle to feed Ariiona faiu tit with Alirona I eel ttale. Jas, A. Beasley, Assignee U-e- Robinson & Kaull'man, Attys. for Assignee. Thu it the inspiration ar.' the r. ,im f f the man who lived whe cociiratnl with hit nelghlmr, who wat not rllownl about ami emhar-raeby jieoplt )ittling him about He thought along the line of the timtrrity and the farmert of America ninety-fivper rent of the peorde living in America at that time were farmert. They made pnttible thit Kepublkrf the I'nited State of America The Farmer' Part. They the war. The in I ex.int.ton ami C'oneord, to the meinorv of thov: wIhi fought, are itatue of ttalwart. hutky farm liov. lonn ahinatn, Monroe, Jelferton and (lan-cck Harirrxk livnl on the farm. John livnl on the farm ami na the head of the 'uprerne Court, he wat truly a farmer Our C'onititution i purely the contribution of the farmer' mind ftrr launching the Ship of State, one thing haprened which pmtibly changed the entire trend ami thought of the I n.trd Stat- e- the diKovery of the iteam engine, which made pottibfe central in central point, anil then there mrr.r the controvrrtie of the man who owned the maihine ami the man who operated the machine, and the controversy ha continued between the man who owned the machine and the man who fix rated the machine until the problem rl capital and laWr have lieen tolveil far n advame of thote of agriculture. have had the problem of acricul-t- t r lacing u ince the Revotutfonary' - but inttead of tolving them and W.ihs' ' ng them out ami occupying the center f.f the Mage at ha labor and capital, agriculture ha gradually retreated from If the agriculturist hat t!"M.- i rollcmi ) i ' an aiutc jiroblem in Kentucky, he ritrratrd to Ohio, ami the exantive ter rit iry offered to the people of America h..t atTonlid relief to ihc agriculturist in economic problem and b delaeil the tolution of thev problem posxibly 25 vt.irs The capita! invetteil in agnrtil-- t hould ii e it to ttrong that if the farmer w l out, thvy cuukl Iwy with that money n hand all of the railroad of the United st,itet, ail of the manufacturing plant, .u.. then the next 75 biggett Industrie of That it merely reprethe t'mtr-- Mate senting the .apital invested A Washington Conference. Wi 'h.il a lonlereiH'e last April in Commitaldington -- our Kxeeuthe ter of the Amrriian Farm llureau Federwe invited to thi tuidereme ation ami rejiretentative from ever)1 tate in the t mini, leading ark ulturittt, finanrier, (?) ,m.l we aktd them iuIHmt. What it the difficulty with afirtrulttHe m your part nd thev f'nsutht in of th- - tou::try ' aiitwer at to their ditftriiltie that were atrlHting agriculture in that Mtt of the countrv, ami wr, after a careful analysis, were able to group them under four a financial dimciilty, a iMrkrting .litti. ultv, and a tax or tarilT ditTiculty Mlird thrn and ikely idrntificd with those were the various grout under whivh vchi touhl tuUlivide those headt, but thusv were the chief Hol Ivmt. ' What do ou consider it necewap' in a legislative way to turret! these diltirul-tie- t They outlineil a program then to .e presented at Congrett in thi last Hlnc came 'I he Agricultural tcMion into lieing The Distribution Cost. In dining with Secretary Wallace and Mr Hoover, and two or three more mem-lieof that like standing, thi jmint wat t mice our brought up for discussion, IKisent methoth.of transioitatio today, the center of production of the I'nitrtl States it about at ! I.oui. Missouri; the (enter of consumption it near PhiladelUnder our presphia in IVmmlvania. ent method of distribution it cost more food assembled at St. I.ouit lo to take Philadelphia than it doe to go down to Argentine Kcpublic or New Zealand and drhver that tame amount of food to Philadelphia 'I here are trcmmlou responsiUlitie plai'cd upon ihe people of the United 'tales not agriculturist alone, but everybody idrntihcxl with agriculture it in the correct solution of thrvs problem, and there never was a time in, the civ ihz.it ion of society where there werr t niMe rOMV looking toward the Unileil State for the standard by which they shall standardize their tpv of civitiza-tioat thu tune. When I look over thv whott lountry with that view, it Mem, lo me there never wat a call to great a that upcoi the nple of America today ' friendl), patri to .i t in a otK spicu to solve tome of these uoWews tlx- - I arm llureau lut umleitakrsi l solve these problem for farmer as a class. It i the farmer organised. Am' organ zetl, he can do through hit organ ization, the I arm llurrau, what, if hr at temptesl kingly, would result in nuWr able failure pair of men' shoe weight i!h pound and it priced at $10.50. A cowhide weigh rift) five poumU and th iricr today it seven rent ier poind. A farmer haul hide lo town and offer tc trade them to the storrkirr for thor. If the storekeeper take him up on lh bant of present price the faimcr findi that he is not strong enough to cart) acrot the ttrtet from hi wngon to the tore enough hide to ray for the shoe. th t'le t.tiwi r.' (.uittrr at that emanating from t divltittt of l trne-mrnt, d e monu-men- tt deili-cal- fac-U'l- - tre 1 ! prac-tiull- v iliili-ctilt- ' rt intrr-este- il 1 Tne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 3 922. I "Farmer Mu.it Together by Work WHEN A 1IMK2 IS Nyr A BLOC "Iptrretting and in(rniout" are the nords tshich Judson ('. Velher, In the Keiev of Ketiesst, uet tn tleteribe the agritultural bto' rhc bloc It interestiru.".ij Mr Well. Ier, ler.iuse the name "agricultural bhse" at Risen to a tomethmic that did not exist at that time it ..1 named minion because it hat arromiththed well In the face of Hut Is also inrniout, brrauseunlikenlherbltK'tat Washington in reHiui jeart, the agricultural bloc bat worked in theojien. the names of itt rrcrr;-Ier- t apiiear In front Mie headline, itt ltMilrrt hae lren frank in discussiN the hich prompted them to clvam-pirmotitr the ranse of the farmer of the WARRKN O. HARDING, President of the United State America of When the responsibility for lrjlcrti putting Amrrici luck on to the mam road, wat placed upon me, I taul to my telf that we mux all unite under the tlogan "America Pirt'" When t f. America Hint. I mean not only thtf America maintain her own independent and lie tint in fulfilling her obligations t the world, liy deeds rathff than word and by evtmple rather than nrmrhm but 1 mean that at home any po ial interest, any class, any group of on citizenship that hat arrayed itself agjinst the interest! of all. mutt learn that i home, at well a, alirn.nl, America I ir has a meaning, profound, and, with (hsI aid, everlasting. It i true that you, the farmer of thit country, and I are charged with an oblig.i tion of program and definite action that foster the welfare of all America, the we! fare of the man who lie in the hou" with the red barn and the productive tield behind it, and also the welfare of the man who in a crowded industrial cit). lomc home at nightfall toclimlithe ttairt home, behind the fire to hit fourth-tloo- r ctoae, with hunger in the A Dsr of Land Hunger. The day of land hunger hat come. The day when we ee Mine ut the spectacle of the farmer being displaced by capitalistic speculation in land ind l the ami tenant farmer hat come. The day when the share'of the American farmer ii wrta ever it left of prosperity ha leen oc topei by the share taken by our irtdus trial production, hasioir.e I lieliese that the American peoph-through their government and other of the farmer but in not only in behalf of their own welfare, and the imcketlxKils of the ronsumer of ArrenM. will encourage, make lisrfid. and stimulif Imviitg, rn.oper.it ive setting of farm and products tfot for Special Interests. Industry has brrn organtard. Ltbor has within in lren orgaiiired. dustry and within libor, and indee I. rooprration between the two, is fir advanced. I do not contempt ite the organisation of thr farmers and consumer of this country as a step toward organization of special interests to oht.im sivrial favors. If I did, I would uip-it- . Hut I know full wtII that we mu-4all of u consumers -- the laborer, tlv hutinc men, the teirhers, the children, the rich and the poor, the young and the old, the men and tlte women act together to find our way loor and easier and cheaper to the vmrirs of our food supply And I know full well that the farmer mutt nrk together to find their way, by better Iwtter marketing an! transportation, organized co operative etTort, closer to the (onsumrr of America Heretofore the farmer ha !een an individualist. I.is inga somewhat itolated life and leing ronipeII-to work long hotirt, it hat not been rasy for him to gather with h" fellow. He hat not hail a ready mean of defense against the strong organizations of both capital and lalior, which tn their own interest have unfair conditions upon at timet him. It N true that at times, during the past fifty ) ear, there luvctecn temporary farmer organiitions brought together tn (omhat some unusually burdensome condition but usuallv breaking down when the emergcnc) ha vivd A Different Kind. Hut of late ytur there have sprung up farmer organization of a unite ditferent with a wry Ligre tort organiratmn membership, villi an aggressive and intelligent leadership, and with a way of raising whatexrr funds they ma) find necessary to promote the interest of their organizamembers, The leaih'ts of tU-tions are learning rapidly how to alapt to their work the method which business men and working men haw found siicresv fill in furthering their own interests. The r of the western roast have lxxomr vi ttrung thit they are now able nut only to do away with many iff the csM'nsrs heretofore paid to otlsrrs, but .1U1 to inttuen "the prkent thrir prndstrt of the The inl Ninth-westrong rnomih to bring have in the about many changes they farmer marketing ol thru iop. t of the state are rapidly perfect-nijaizitlioM of the most (xmefful AH I hi. rwttilry launris ever known of these are tntufal uVwiofHisratt im thr evolving change of ftHatkttitltipt ma I the modern compleiitirt of pmlHttivity and exchange. Si long at A merit 4 ran produce the foods wc nrrsl, I am in favor of huyin It is thit very preferfrom Ameticn first ence which imK--l 'trvelopHsesit and In Why We Handle and Recommend Crown Gasoline And Other Standard Oil Products the first place, there's none better made by 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 can, and will, give you the most for your money in every purchase of gasoline, motor oil or any otxier 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 weVe got the goods to deliver. fat Crown Gasoline is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard vU Company, incorporated in Cenhici-iy- , from whose reat modern refinsry at LouisvtiV, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, ,'ij"ly-.-- . tt 1)y 2verv test -- 4 iition I'nilrd State. ('ray Silver, Washington repreentatise of the American Farm Bureau Federation, i Kisen the cretlit for anticipating the prernt condition at a time sshen the Ken-rra- l lly. agricultural drprrstlon i not to irnerally realized at now, and of rrulatin the firt action to help matters. Mr SiKer, accortbn to Mr Wellner, getel a conference last spring of a few frm the farm statet to titiiM the trend of arlairt There were preent Srnatort Ken) on (Iowa ), t'aper ( Ktiisas), (violins (Itlihti), McNary (Oregon), UlVIIette 'Wit.), I add N I).), Norm Net 1, Krndnk iWtn ), l lrtrlirr (Fla ), Sheppatd ( Tetas), llrrlin (Ala I. and a few ot licit u. Lindlord-exptoitr-- . , No Secret Mtttingv Meeting followed meeting but at n time were there more than tweniy-twpresent The meeting were neer cret. indeeil, an effort w.u maife to interest a many legitlator at pmtihte suppiirt was wantni. Kteryerte knew that thesr S'nstofs we meeting m an edort to obtain all the istlormalson to the sitvutHtn ami to deselop stmse tegsslatise program that antkipatr fHthrsHning deprtssin Tlie bttit meffller base t tinted on the 0tjnttsnn Adserw crrtsrssm MtfKes them that the me is working lor thing that tome iim l not want -ami that is print that the Mo ha at keast tinie few wrtK wlsile Jtsahr'n atoms 1 hr- - men to atsrrt tkrmseket in Jul), nil, when they the adjournment ot the cul srssien of ("on the members base leen active in irseral undertakings that bate kept the newipaprrs tilled with new and the air charged with propigtnda charjing that the agricultural bloc it out to wreck the wer party in wld bl' l(in -- prd lie, RtitortJ Finance Corptratioa. Ily defeating the adjournment of the special session the bloc secured the pas.ige of the measure which restored the War Finince t orporation to functioning at a time when it did the most good, d n'v'' un-pHtssvo- 1-'! 1 o The refusal to adiourn al.i rnabteti the passage of the ''packer" bill which regulated the meat packing industry' to the farmer' interest These were the rirt two definite te which have been follow ed by other and increasingly important legistatite measure which are of benefit to the farmer Not a Bloc "One gather that the agricultural bloc It really no bloc at all," say. Mr. Wetliser In the Review of Review, "but that th. nane has teen rather misapplied to a group ot Srutort and Congrettmen, Republican and Democrat! alike, from ttatrt predominantly agricultural, acting pretty generally together in tjpiort of mrasures fatorel by, and in opposition to treasures opfuMetl by, their onstitueiuies, rather e 'tewing duriklme. and dispow-to ignore part) lenlership and organua-tion- , determined to ,et what they want, when thet want it. and not to take what they do not want, no matter who urges it, a nrarl) "railn.il'' a .in thing it our siimbie-hurongirstHin.it ulitHs eser get, and ' etreme left.' not txrauc it it r the estremest it ritrcmr Itut theie it, whose members, tiretl of leing . base &mr ltaor thst retie with a strong txce of the mhI. the fact that the bkx: ieMpentt agrirtiltuie in a time when it it passing through the most acute crisis It hat ever ktpswn, at hsatt sime the unsc of 18.17 roMette that paity atfibatMinsetery-wherair ery much rofie ot unit nowi ilas-j- nd vtt wM gr etty ihxe to what the bloc it about." 1 Im-ausittvim-rolteredMeam-roUenne agtM-sdtur- 1 - ii'vd CROWN fruit-gro- STANFORD AND LANCASTER, KY. GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS R. Foley, Hackley, Ky. & Conn, Lancwter, Ky. S. Conn Little & Ramxry, Manie, Ky. Bailey Garage, Stanford, Ky. T. It. Kuhlman, Lowell, Ky. Watkini Motor Co., Stanford, Ky. O. .V. Hatfield, llettit. Ky. AIion Conley, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard Spring Hotel Co., Crab Or. Wright & Noe, Stanford, Ky. chard, Ky. J. D. Lawrence, Stanford, Ky. W. C. Cummim, lreacherville, Ky. Stanford Service Station, Stanford, Ky. Service Garage, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. M. Sanders & Son, Markbury Ky. W. G. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. E. C. Bowling, Buena VUU, Ky. A. E. Albright, Brodhcad, Ky. Win. Simpwn, Teatenville, Ky. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS Patrick Si Son, Paint Lick, Ky. Haielden Bros., Lancaster, Ky. Anderson Broi., Stanford, Ky. J. S. Skinner, Marcellus, Ky. Crab Orchard .Motor Co., Crab Ojchard, Ky, Becker & Ballard, Bryantavllle, Ky. N'oah Marsee, Jr., BryanUville, Ky. T. It. Taylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. Gais Bro. Garage, Brodhead, Ky. J. E. Andenon, Point Leavell, Ky. POLARINE DEALERS Scott Bros., IlyatUrllle, Ky, Askini & Moberly, McCreary, Ky. ' grain-grow- bn-om- e Ut .k-in- rtl 1 corn-bel- g , fmmr Am I iwtsatMrdttHttaBt- - Ik L J over-full.- Tiki No one tan uVny our right to tirginire for the more ethrirnt nvir L.4ing and dis'.riUitwn of out faim iMottuctt. -' , nute I . VlUMM ihienrtl f.r u long time OlmT-- t I 1. i.i.nlilirtll.M In t.t.-is ;m will show that 011 nearly all and there it almost no limit to our gemut I I favor prixliKing in i.i-' and resource "iat an cult.viited regularly Amriica first. I commeiwl American prrf vuv .! pit ;e.' 'irotection by cover rrrnce for American productive activit vry gent e nlopet are Kiosinn ainKb' ciu-e- ' the r",.t, ever fortune it jf frrt.lity ties, because matt-ria- l 'tnwi in Kvntuck o,:, "thinner" and re bier or lighter In higher attainment, and rucntial to our uccording tj u new circular tntitle i, ctlor t'tan the itilj.trt'iit level l.nidi. linked inditaoluhly are farm ami factory '.Soil Kronon," which i being ttuln'i- - j On the whole, thit farm of wurhlng in the economic fabric of American life. litis! by th Collegf of Agriculture to, Itttt fur greutor dnwage titan the Individually we cannot do legislative .nterott perroiu and farmer. How gullyintr of land." work, but collectively we can do much. to prevent toil eronitm, therefore. ' Sheet erosion and gullying are the Importutice to; two general type of erosion, the A farmer at loa City, la., thipped a . problem of prlnucarload of hay to St. Imu. He got fanner of the State, the new publi-- former being the more or let uni$82.61 for it. Thr freight and other ration polntt out. form wuthing of tiff toil without the charge totaled I'tlM. "Practically the wholi' area of Ken. .llttinct formation of gullie 'while A farmer in Nebraska hat been telling tucky It more or let rolling," thf gullyiiiK in u large meature Ii precontinue, "Wherever vented by the control of theet erot rent per bushel. publication bit corn at thirty-fncentt to ihip a bushel there - enough slope to land for tur. on. It cost thirty-fivof corn by rail from the cornfields of face runoir of the rainfall, wathlng The mott elTectlve meant of pre .Hiraska to the procewing mills in New will occur union the toll U protected venting heet erotion it to keep the xk. According to the most ronserva by Much ground well covered with tome kind iome from vegetation. live figure obtainable, the corn cost the place In the form of of growth while gullying It bett atop. erosion take firmer at least J centt a bushel to uniform aheet washing and often U ped by mean of plowing In, staking VlsBrrf America tan Erosion Big Cause of Plant Food Losses; urt-ate- gtl 1 e e , woven If a fellow punches you on the Jaw in, cheeking wire iilntruc'intu, combining tiling and don't rctnllntu in kind. Hand him n tnkmg, earth liuiiit or plant. ng the harder one. gullie with iweet clover or graisa, (Mulled detrriptiunt of how to top sheet erotion at well at gullying together with picture allowing how the I work done are ointuiiietl in the new elreular. It ul.-- o rmtain detailett :iilurnui-tioeoneerHing the contruction of tetruce togeter with other Information designed to be of help to farm ers who have an erosion problem on their farm. It mny be obtained free twib tniswt pMNtat by asking the Experiment Station at Lexington for Circular No. I'."J. Some hunioritt never see the point of, their own Joke. They are We frunkly admit that thla world polntlct. Is a sinful old place, but in self deAll men may be born equal, but fense we must remind you that we didn't make It and we didn't come there Is a wide variance by the time they kick off. here of our own accord. n The oflirrt f thr rojnty, state and national farm Imrraut are alwa)t open (o )ou. Pay them a isit when ou ran. 'I he telling of any product it an oixration that demandt tpecialittt. - Farmeri' coopcratite orguniiatlont sometimes tailed, but they have tuccreded at often at the average butinttt nun under like conditions. har Ilrre's something to think about If all the Farm Bureau members in the I'nilrd Slates aided the work as much aa I, how far would we get? We will get further with our plans if are mindful of the public good. Narrow policies will bring our program Into dis. repute. Farmers at data art coastrvative. So It the farm bureau. Its Job is big. Don't etpsKt retMitta btfortj the tot u font 4 the problem caa b fouad. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky.,Thursday, Aug 3 1922 FOUR YEARS IN A PIC CLUB What It Tuiight One lloy and Why He IfntiMl to Quit of have heert And BOYS who opportunitynitmhcni theFarm llurraiiofPIr Clulis purc-lim- l have an advantage to cc raUitiK hogs look back after they Ret into actual farming for theniM-lvcto the dayii when they were mcmlwrn of Pig Club and mailt their first venture in nig raisinR. Here, in his own word, is the story of what one hoy di((. It i typical of wliat hundreds of lxy arc doinR on the farm today: "I hate to say liyf pig dull after I tour of these Imar so far this year In leing In it lor frur )rars for the simle thr fall 1'ansy (arrovrd tnr another litter I think reason that I will I ovrr ninrtrrn yrars of fourtrrn whrnrsrr a ics on January I, 102 At I cannot I a prrson grts hotel of a good producing sow, nifmUr of Ihr Pig Club nrxt yrar I do krrp hrr as long as keeping It sihlr not think that I will forgrt all alut thr I hatr lought lurt since I hate I'ig Club for I nil) try and help grt all ttartrd, onr (or $7S' and the othrr (or I Mild thr 15 one (or $.5, and 0 thr bo) sand girls intrmtrd in thr 1'ig Club at possiblr I think that all thrloytand still have thr $150 onr for a herd boar riil that arr in thr 1'lg ( lub will (rrl lilr I do, that thry thr I'ig Club a gtrat many thanlt, that it, i( thry ill havr anywhrrr nar a suecrtt in thr hog bul nrss liVr I hatr had through thr I'ig ( lul Thr way I havr mailr my tuccntof it a by thr (olkt u reins mr on to buy a irr s FARM BUREAU CALLS ON EVERY FARMER Why Wait to commence All Plnns Lnid for BIr Member- ship Drive rosters Up Movies Scheduled. F.xery farmer In this county it to be invited lo join the Farm llurrau, according to announcement itturd from County Farm llurrau headquarters today. All p plans are carefully 'laid for the Iii'k drite You will hear little rlsr for the neit month, and after that you will ! working in your County Farm llurrau. Stair Farm llurrau, and Thr American Farm llureau to accomplith for arrirultnrr in an nrranirrd av wh.i! no I " " man ran do lor himself alone. Thr ( ounty Farm llMrrauoflficeisabre-htt- r of industry Kepretentatitr of thr Amrrican Farm llurrau and the State Farm llurrau hate been here ami set up all the machinery for the most ruccrssful county mrmlrhip dritr in the state PoMcri and iolr cards hatr Urn received am' arr UingdH!a)rd etir)wherr. Our Futmrts mrn. living up to their reputation of Mttir.K thur farmer frirndt at every opportunity, arr railing for morr pmter to put in their windows Havr ou urn thr Farm Ilium u trrs Well, thrn, this rrpnrtrr will not spoil your surprise. Oh loy' Thovr Ng red, )rllow, blue and green posters just makr you want to get right up and join. Thry irll the whole story Sunt of thr Its! known artitt in t hicagoam! Nrw York hatrdrrlirrd that the Farm llurrau display stands among thr most successful rxamplrs of the poster art They arr outranked only by two of thr postrrt urd so rtlectivrly In the I Loan dritrs Showing Farm Filmt. The first showing of Farm llurrau film is scheduled for next wrrk. "Spring Valley" is ihr namr of the first photoplay to lr shown on Farm llurrau night. This film was tprcially produced by the American Farm llureau in Chicago in order to get thr rral rural setting. "Spring Valley" is said to be a most plrasing story of farmers' organization and marketing. Ihr rhurchrsof thr county have studied thr Farm llureau movement and find that it it worthy of their entire support. Several ministers hate declared that it is nothing more or lest than practical religion, putting into actual practice the Golden I Kule They cite the maM krting pools where neighbor go together ami take the same price; the movement which sated hundreds of thousands of childrrn in Europe and Asia from starvation, the sending of citv urchins to the farms for a rral summer vacation, and other similar projects fostered by thr Farm llurrau. mem-Itrthi- frl that barri or house? s' to or ' 1 rd I il. I tow pig Irom thr fig club. nut think very much ol it hrn thry firtt ttartrd tailing atxmt it I thought it etrr lor at out ten dan and I drrtdrd to join thr Hg rlub, tu)ing a purr lirrd Hamphirr sow fug (or $25 Shr wrighrd I ltd hrr all Ml pnundt whrn I got hrr that tummer, and put on I 7 pounds gain prr day Ferry timr I went to Ord hrr I thouiht mofr atxwt thr I'ig Club ami llkrd thr hog butirirst brttrr and Iwtttr I hocd my pig tint fait at thr county iiLsssssa "Smcr I wt ijS and pmirct the rntrrrd thr Pig Club and got thr purr btrd butinrtt, I htr taild fourtrrn hrad of rrgittrrrd hogt fur $M5 50 and forty fitr hrad on thr mat let I har 140 hrad of hogt now that air alt rrlatrd to Panty rxrptmg thr hrrd bear ttartrd In I hatr for hrr but I oflrrrd thought that thr wa worth that much tn mr, and I think thr hat raited mr that many dollars' worth o' pigs. During tltr four jrart in thr Pig C !ub thowing at thr fairt, I havr won 5 ribbon; that I won doming in thr Pig Hub ami oj-c!at Pantv hat raised all thr pigs that won thrtr rihliont. Thr fifty fivr riblxmt composed two grand champion, Ihrrr ...nuift rliltnlni.fi Imnli s n . . I a Irn V tnontis. tit tmrus. six mucins, iwn .int( "In March thr larrnmrd a littrr ol rlrvrn pigs, and I tavrd mnr o( thrm, I rntrrnl alt fivr Iwars and four sows ninr o( them in thr Pig Club I showed two of thrm at thr Statr Fair I told and thrtr at thr County Sho all fivr Uurt. and krpt thr four tow pig from thr to raiw Thr nrtt It itemed mr a litter of I The price is sure to be higher when . the present stocks 'are exhausted m tavrd trn ptgt, seven thr I r- -i Ixwirt Pig ( lub ' r"nln rar Thi. jrar I II ,",m thrr l air thowrd at thr t.tr l air. Intrr-tat- r ) im unr lltiftiiy 41m iiic and at thr ( cwntv Fair That fall thr won and to thr lto farrnvrd irr a littrr of tutrrn pigt. Thrn hatr Clubthr frrr trip C ollrgr nf Agri. Wrrk at thr f.irlt thit vrar thr'farrnwtd a littrr of trtrn culture in thr tring It it had not t fivr and thr tow pig fur thr Pig (lub I tuppTM-- r I would not ptjt I ami a rtaiuVtaiuhtcr of Panty thr tow own a g or carr thr Iratt for onr pig I ttartrd in thr (tig club with! in thr vi that makr mr lerl thr pig club it onr I thovrd them at thr Pig ( lub thit yrar of thr things going for thr lays and lttr Fair and count fain I havr told etrW that r,r .... sos .1 twrlr, rr and Lur I anil three in ""'". ' "" '"',m,n ,.l,r. 1 It-e-n 1 rrr (irain Cinmers Conn Into Their Own elevator which h.i done much to olve ""Tpm'' local tiMipc-rativ1 the iiutkt'Unn problem from a hxal tandKiint is retained as a liatMC feature of the ytcm. Thee elevators ate rujuired to meet certain condition leforc they can qualify, however. stock hat oithttuid their attacks and thr organ, Thex mutt r truly c Bastin Lumber (Bo Lancaster, Ky. ownrrthip mutt lr limited to actuat grain growers, and ttock mutt ! available at a reatmablr ptKr. ta rvrry gram grower In thr natural tetntory. tributary to th. rlrvator Thc mu.t aU, ,a divflrnd. on a -- .... Thr j.atronasr .hvUend elevator comjany or local grain gto.ers atsoriatwn then contract! with thr national atxvMtion to handlritimrmUrs grain under rach of thr 4ans hnh mav elected bv thr imlividuat grnvrrt The plan provtdrs lor thr maitagrmrfit of thr national atiatwn liy a lurd of 2t Dirrctncs rlectrd ! itelegMtr to the atHin annual cimvrntwMi nf thr a Thr directors in tutu rlrst thr othcers of thr national atuftali'wi atmmg ihrir own thr .Wertaev ami numUr. e em-ptin- "rd any unablr to pick grain trade hat llawt in thr fundamental fwturrs of thr Committrr t plan Onr lrn quettMin 11' ,M"0 that ' if rriinV(t0km ,ion WOIlK , Mt ' I Trraturrr Thr Hoard ol llawtott of thr National Attottation t authonard to rtabliti km h departmrntt at Sale. Tramfait talttM. ilioliral, Orgamration. legal firwnir. Publicity ami Pmaimg After thr afcHiln of thr 4an thr t mittrr allowing of State iHtr tary Itardil2l liiir tn bushel d to rach trhi rlntnl ilnidrt thr t'mtrl iram growing .liltt t. - t ow ' mm -- n thr tri- - i detrgatMin ttatr iia mI ljch altoUtl ihr durctors r h Wl.C". to their thne 'n:rrt fbrsr Ihrrctois untdthr f.rtt aniiuioHntiociiif gtowrrs I.M on March 21, l'22, at whuh mrttiln I'nicrs, Cktrago Seven i i Ml Hotter of Vxentrrn werr trrnintsd on thr first Hoard of ol in i.'ta1 ihr c II. M(n hf r , ,U). C.u.tafton aihites that three arr now morr ihn Cotnn) farmer nVmt-rrs- , and orr l.uxi riMiprrativr elevators lirlonging joining daily, anl UK) new memt-rr- s Thit meant that morr than l(X,000,0O0 buthels of marketable- grain arr alrrady umlrr contract, and that at thr prrtent ratr of progrrs thr I' S (.rain (.tonris by January wouhl har t'O.IKO mrml-er- s I, l'22. representing at Iran .tOO.OOO.IHO buthrlt of grain When wr nop to that in thr neighborhood ol but .IJJ.UKMMI buthrlt of grain it all that it handled in onr yrar on thr Chicago market, onr ran undrrttand that thr I' S. Grain (iruwrrs is soon to brromr a rral factor in thr grain markets of thr world. Thr orgamration has had thr backing amj (uteinal guidancr of thr great Ameri- ran Farm llurrau Federation with a paid up mrmbrrship of morr than a million farmrrs, Prrsidrnt low aril is on record as declaring that thr American Farm llurrau Federation stands pledged to the farmrrs of America to cITrctualirr marketing, and that thr organi-ratio- n inlrndt to sre Ihr I S. (.rain (rowrrs, Inr, through to complete con-tid1 sue-Crs- s. ,nr Urmm ihf v s (jfJm (lf0mrr, A,tocllt. it is wotth $250,000 to trade to kill thr 1" S. muth ,, ,n4, fMlht ;'';"' ,,,. Gift-Grai- n .rrrnt T'hr I s (i4ain trfowrrs, lnrorxiratrd, mg a an aulhorireil instituraH'r tion i n .(ill l(, whrn it terurnl its charier as a nxtHni.il, noii ttok, non profit giu :: ii aikctuig nriratun, for farmrr I hrv rttabliihrd general olfi. n.r- lr-- last Madmin ttirrl, I hirago, ir at lllimnt. ami any uiUftt for Information Ihr rrovrmrnt thould It addressed to thrm thrtr had thr fjrmrrs' grain marketing pi j ii btrii ratifml whrn thr organirrd yiaui Irailr thr speculators in grain, thr ld bnr gum dralrts ami allird intrri-ls- , dc plr.lgnl itself to rattr $250.0(XI to Mttrd lo lighting thr activities ol Ihr I s (.rain (.rowers. Farmers and rlrxators deluged thr land havr with iKistrn, placaidi.iircularsand proia ganda of tarious soils to discouragr thr movement Although srcralmiinthsh,tc elapsed, ami a largr art of this $250.(100 has Urn )rt the movement lhrnlmt Snl U-r- d, ' Farmer! everywhere are backing the plan. All the farmrr atks, and hr is jutti-iir- d in his attitude, is privilege of taking hit products lo thr ultimate burr, and let the normal law of supply and drmand govern thr purchatr pricr He is willing to let consumption drinands set thr price Ins no. I nets should bring, and share thr profits accruing front economical and efficient buying with thr tillimatr consumer C. Kckhardt, treas"It is." drclarrs urer of thr organiration, "thr first opportunity for grain farmrrs rxcrywhrrr to loin forces under onr burner to merchan dise thrtr grain at the full pricr that thej markets of the world will pay inttrad ol making it the football of a gang of Irrt, and taking what thry arr willing lo pjy Thr plan is a lug undertaking, but thr rue. I is grrat and with thr combined irtourrrs, abilities and support of thr farmers of thr gram brlt themselves, it is bound to succrrd," ut Your Hank Account is a Bridge Over Failure. We Invite You to do Your Banking With Us. School Children Interested. The toys and girl of thr county are greatly rxritrd otrr the F.ssay Contest announced in the schools this wrrk. A big list of priirs is olTrrrd to thr Iwys and girls writing the best essay on "Why Dad Joined ihr Farm llurrau The contest is limited to lioys ami girls under 16. The youngstrn. arr studying ihr booklets and othrr literature very carefully 'tfore beginning their essay. Thr will le published in this paper. Watch for them. In two weeks we will hate a surprise for you nurselte. Watch for it. It will mark a big strp in the history of journalism in this county and make ou proud you lite hcrr Campaign It Nation-WidWhat is happening here is scheduled to happen in etcry other county in the L'nilrd State within the next year. It is part of the F'arm llureau' drive for a million new meinlrrt. The llureau is alrrady thr biggest organization of farmrrs in thr world, but needs a hundrrd jrr ctnt incrrasr in membership in order to do it most eflfectite work. "We shall never be satisfied until every farmrr in America is given an opportunity to join this motement," said J R. Howard, the Ioa farmer who is president of the Amrrican Farm llurrau, when he launched prire-win-nee. thr nation-wid- r dritr. It is Our Desire to Serve You in Every Way Consistent With Sound Banking. Our Motto, "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY." FA KM HI KKAl Jt'NIOIt CU'HS CHOW The Junior division of the I arm llurrau has grown from 2.1,(XX member In KM lo JJI.OOO mrmUrs. The Uiys" and girls' club hat e as their goal S.MKl.OOO incmUrs by IVJ0. Many counOes bte an assistant to the county agent whose ntlre time is lakrn up with helping thr boys and gult Irani letter production. Their ate 1,120 local Iradrrt in the t'nitrd State. I.ait rar thr Ikj) and girls working undrr thr Farm llurrau produced 8,M5,OV2 worth of pmliKts. Ursides. club work is girat fun and it makes a fellow want lo Hay in the FarnuTs Hcpmu'iit 52 I'or Cent of Wealth One-thir- "Onr farm family out of six wraring thr Farm llurrau emblem is not rnough," declared Secrrtary John W. Covrrdalr. "No lrss than half of all thr farm people of America will join the F'arm llureau when they understand what it will do for them." "And we expect to gite every one of them a personal invitation to come in," replied Charles F.. Gunnels, who is the Director of Organization for national "Farmer who undrrttand thi grrat movement will be organized lo rati on their nnghlort and explain every phase of I arm llurrau work. Thrn thry will invite him to sign up and bring with him thr whole family mother and the children into the County Farm llurrau, thr Slate Farm llurrau, and the American Farm llureau three in one." head-quart-- of the imputation U the I'niled States is made up of farmrrs who produce rach )rar eighteen ier cent of the wraith and trwrtrnt fifty two per rrnt since of the total wraith of the nation. The National Bank of Lancaster LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Only mrntly in the last two )rar ihr Amrricn F'arm llurrau Federation hat brrn tpraking for farmrr at a clait have thrse fact tttn given tha i(nifiranrr due them. Out for a Record. It has been suggested that we make a record for the state while we are at it. The suggestion ha mrt with the hrarty approtal of the farmer who hatr tailed it otrr, Ihr county othcialt, the town business men who air interetled ta seeing the farmer organized and prosperous, and all who hate a pride in seeing thi county lead in eterything it undertake. The state record will not be made on total membership, but on the pcicrnttge of our in the F'arm llureau farmrr who sign-ucampaign. All right Let' gol a the r said to the Farm llureau pevttf. auto-ttlcke- Inu Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 3 1922. Come Hear The Story of The Farm Bureau Community meetings will be held all next week during the Farm Bureau Membership Campaign. Speakers from the State and National headquarters of the Farm Bureau will be here to talk to us about Farm Bureau achievements. Come unci join us in hearing the story of Farm Bureau work locally, in the state and national Bring the whole familv. ly. Admission is free. Attend One or More of These Meetings MONDAY, AUGUST 7th-Lancater TUESDAY, AUGUST WEDNESDAY, AUGUST THURSDAY, AUGUST FRIDAY, AUGUST SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th-Bryantsv- ille, 9th-McCre- ary, lOth-Sto- ny llth-Lawso- n's 12th-Lancas- ter, 4:00 P. M.; Manse, 7:30 P. M. 2:30 P. M.; Buena Vista, 7:30 P. M. 2:30 P. M.; Buckeye, 7:30 P. M. Point, 2:30 P. M.; Nina, 7:30 P. M. School House, 2:30 P. M.; Herring School House, 7:30 P. M. 2:30 P. M.; Mt. Hebron School, 7:30 P. M. and most important, receiving and expending the greater share of the individual member's fee. County Farm Bureaus are joined into a State Farm Bureau Federation which serves its members in all problems of state-wid- e import. The State Farm Bureau Federation which serves its members in all problems affecting their interests way and provides for the farm in a nation-wid- e family a national voice of accomplishment. The strength of any organization depends upon the number of loyal, enthusiastic members who work together under the urge of a common need. Join with us in the farm cause that the Farm Bureau stands for, first, last and all the time. The Farm Bureau is the biggest organization of farmers the world has ever seen. The Farm Bureau is an organization of the farmers, by the farmers, for the farmers. service The Farm Bureau is a business-lik- e organization developed by experience to meet every problem of American agriculture that can . he solved through concerted effort of farming-peopleIt springs from the determination of farmers to bind themselves together in order to advance the business of farming, the education of the farm people, and the improvement of socicl life in the open country'. The Farm Bureau is builded naturally from the ground up. The County Farm Bureau is first -- Sr.'- ai Garrard County Farm Bureau Membership Campaign August 7th to 12th The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Aug 3 922 1 Stand or Fall Together Jehu GOOD CURE WILL THE t'ate Only an united agticultuie can save the farmer p( America (fom diMMrr Hark in the da) o( the pioneer tome- American phikciphrr Mid thit " mint hang together of hang trurately What wat tmr o( yrttrrday it trite of today, i.f to morrow, and of all thr coming vran s nation rvrr athirvrd victory Victory wat not aim hy thr allied forret in thr fltrtit War until prltv iralotitirt weie forgotten and thr settir.' r.inW marched on an one common I'toti ulm, Thr caNtr hail at thr leader-hiof each nation a impiring, l i.t unity of pursue meant llttlr if ku w not von Thr tcrcnuth of tit AmriK.ir arn IlurrdU federation In m thr fan thai it it war-tor- THE FAEMEES ' STOP HAY FIRES Heating Process Begins as Fcv mcntatio Produced by Gro.'.tli oi Bacteria. HOT MYSTERIOUS TO CHEMIST Supply House All nifRiUcr. of this llrm, are memhcr.t we art proud of it. if it, p Sangtr cf Be ;r.an:oui CtmOuttun anticipated Befare Mstttura Factor. fwattanMMtt Marfco mat the Fcderjfi Fnrm Burpn'i. untl Muit Feed It Stored It Coitfolllrtg t gtrat mil amaJ lien deep-roote- of when eMm1 t(irther, tamiiovrtha' h Out nf the lettturirt Hat eon e lh I Mightietrkamrateitos4tingrriri.tn weakest hnk m ran a rtatwnitl kviia ton I n ttronger than the un.t hc .a. h lit mUMon MgaMMtKin n in Ike heart an.l hemes Hut mettsbeeshtp tc ijhm; Wo always have anil alwaye will undone ovory moro that i jjood far the furmor. OvrOO per cent of our annual sale are to farmers, and the romnindor arc to Anns and individuals supported wholly by the business they Rot from the Tt.r 'iil". i d"i.' a .r.i.- l .i, - fire uriii , 1. ., i lit with nlawMi HHIivty .f peftrly rnl wo in.a fnta aal I'nltatl Static tht-r- stand nr tall a a oexamxla.n ..' ompart count units wn.i- - i h I, ..,., Ametxan I rcWTl bring ii into ae looifntxi lii.ttriu llieak the kim lev t a. the of nne unit and you m id ,Ue l!an h a ttntmttahtr t the lawt r .t . inr all, every dollar wo tret is a farmers dollar. Atr, nth worth a hundred conks in Rood merchandise. furmor, sb , God tlolinrs thoy T- f .,i.t. k i. i. Arrimlturw (. rTMMClt peiirf li To t lit" k i.- iiirerli.u in Hureau nth m t ramie Ha cflwtirea r(He o ua who hate of agrnattutr at tirart. rw only t r interest ureal am an safer. m m the An,e ran Farm Itairai I rtfrrattnn an in.tt men wich. thru aasrd ellit. wui w.n luitae ftsr a riftHrotss iiw While hi; ne mewl of prarr fnmi the wortl. while wwk h( Mfcee great national m ganiaatasat, we aat ah tu ,i. fecnril of aclacwaetst Vet an inlaw in the soar! sjam i a few tear. tirrlrd a taMamant It united n. IntaasstaV are saun, of rtt rtHk' r rmrr, bo at U itaiatloii jn.l Ameera ptewwe n trl l , nf U the haaJa oi lauM- - U , , ut In the aaaV of I taajim i award t rvea gttef vatie I emu so rrk neithe ft ' ' t tho farmer, wire fencing, fonce posta, Ktos. Inmbor, hOt dnj-e- d nd rouRh of all kindu, sIiIokIos and motni rooJink'. wintlows, doors, snsh f i'hu and ronls, all kinds of bnlltlors hardware, including hinctis, locks, nails, wtMHj.workiwr tools and sttppHu. We also soil farmors their wagon nad fnrm work harntw. hoes, rakos, shovels and post hole dinners, in fitct most all kimfd f tHrmtfi' sniiplios. When you want something Mr. Farmer, tho first thing you .hoH)d do to call Iiervny & Woods at Paint Lick. They tak ploasru In doing 9fiiothng for you. We soli good quality and th price is always in line with wlmt thtf farmer gota for his protlucts when ho soils. Wt erut il ri!url tu- - n't- - rn.1 ' i jf. Whiat eoaxli-i- . ti'.iipvratitlx nnUMte " tlrvn. attaHit t iHMtlia a a f' f hjr lltr enmth ..n.m-- m ti .In-- . that carted tm-j- r' iimIIIii; ..llt'4. fMB llict. at eeantt nt nnilaUna :! I. it. ar- - fti air i en j itiw ,ireH ffi.in id uSiiUti. t,t- I atth thr air atfi a r fir, when h hrat thrnMCb M .t la treat: tu til "pen atl waifi- ttiu:i VMuii lure ma litoek, lllll. i.e in lie - ' it ii.-ii. thrw tlRH Bl brafc tfcr orrr .. to wlttHWt t'Ul Mwrr tu !,.. ht ' it lur lito'ir, vory Interesting articles that are mutul and Hfo mvori for oil cook stoves, kitchen enblnots, fura4tro, washing the gorf cooking and laundry stnvos, and a number of most neodod W Havo Hou-wifo, ton-wago- sme thr ttructurr ..n-- : it T"..r tauter "f m I, tin MM hr an 'n i mhu-4t- ai l. i.. :rMl thr fv4 l JI, .i 'uriiirr-- t ktMiu wbra hsy Is nril irH rl).. hut I :iu- -r h( thrrairttltts viit.i.c .1. etlnT iiie ur i fi-- ' housuhoJdi ntcooiittos. we claim to be specialists and tlli .(.iilalii ii .. Miin't'iii- - siting inn, iprtnliw iihI la AM in thh$ lino. at ntl tlmos have what yon aued r Vou lu 1 are always wdaniuo to our circle, and If wu cart assist, you ta any of It ! or ttaefc. JMMHCr fetK- wkwbrr It If rain t id i' l.ui full, i. nit th iui ha ' itlui. t)ir ft0m HWlttre M itMFtV- If thr m.-- -- i art- - riiMiatt U bnr in tin- - tiK'W ' hi trv4 too Mfteh imiltnri-- , a ly neattrrlinc Milt itr ilirr pat immih thpmli! - alr a-'- l ' oalitit ee awr tn tlrvl in.iur. oti. wponueuafurlr! or ith the Ate at tftot of e farntetaof thw im,) l Otpiaite. oh. Mfaaiee Un. your every day problems. itable farming. will bo our greatest pleasure. CMKish ilanjrr Ai A f .i f tie - i ' ha a will net htt l thr agaiaat ttu liuiltil. Yea ttiH matt Imt I hit huf ft aorkl. I hcaaue, ah. Mpanue iwM rotor into yiair tnn, (HKamrr, oh, of sanwr (r r farptrr i ret luxr n Drgamte. oh. oraaaue, Net, eteryakete thraoat thw bmi, Ihe tiBefa af the Mtt matt ttarhl Ami a rVm, uaited luml. OiKamie. oh. uffiMtr II yM In tiilti nsht You have our endorsement to any movement to make better and more prof- HERVEY & WOODS, U Co-Operati- on Paint Lick.Ky s To rml ttaml traiml each atone, oh. iwyamir our only hiif r in awon tttnns, ( HKaniae. oh. oriianMe. Ti lirak the lontlt of tfcivrry, 1 hat lml yoa now from tea to tea. Ami from inijwrwton tu le (tee, (ranife . TrcuQleiMaktr. loynr ami iHarr hajr fniii rathrf naivuliHtt 4ant .iim rautr th. iwt trtmld freta heal Khimki hr -(air ln, am! tleular .irr in - urln;. In iwe nf thr ri.imtry wlirrr rnlii nrr ut liul:ie time It l ttard to pi'f h.iv mil- liliwl romlltlon. Smar i er cur' it in ruck awl Um tan PTprnnhr In tliur Mis rip I ut thl In hutwM tlx ii..iVrli imlmtlnn itunzrr frmu ("iHintanrnu In tnoHe ami ta'l; may hr r xl'lllllHlnr ly thr Ur of a a Krlrtoii tulir 12 t" l lnehi Mpjarr ii" of :in Imsth nr.i'. 'in inn fn-it'i- When thli toan hoW a chautaurjua, of lertare roarte. or a fair e depend upon our farmer neigh! ort to tnpport It. They reer fail at. Any mmement that thie toan intutet that it for the general gotxl kel hj emr farmert. When e gie it a e'et ration, the farmrrt come into loan an i tfiem grnetoutly A telephone rail c.f m the rural Unet hringt the country profile in to any tpeetalhr good movie. n a. I vert Moment in the paper bringt the famihet hi to the department ttore. If are tryirr,: to rent a rival at leUall the farmer ear otir ttleteft on their about avinmohnVt ami ahrttie our the coanty Whatever it it that fill mate a town a hetter, happier, more pro. ;reut place in which to live, find the aanetian and the moral ami financial tup-- 1 port of the farmert nf thit community We arkiMrwIedgr oar indehtnlnrtt to the country 'roand ahout ut. We promite to irriprwale We mill take an Interett in Mart com renins farmert. It it oar tarn now to help our farmert. Stcfc an opport unity ikiet not come every day. We cun rheer for the Farm Hurrau -- it farmrrt' orsaniMtion that it tareping the country at lihi ditpett ikirknnt. It it an orsanwation through which the rural romatunitieiian jrawand find i At the imiatry groat, to groat ill never I the toain. Ve Ion hM' richer than the outlying farmt. Bat even i( f rre never to gain from thratKeM of the Farm Ilareau, even if it aere aoc a ettll fact that the prosperity of the farmert mrant money in the pockett of every tattine man in thit loan, e mr the farmret oar aholehearteil tup-poin their eltortt to ruie their ttandardt of Nviar throuth mjaataation. They ate one friend t"ei alwayt tapport u in our trutde tn peocrew lfrnteee. the cinwing of the Farm Ki.rrau dart iriwi our own material good. The Farm Haieau featert gool roadt. Ilnw many merrhaatt have added up red on the hatter herautr the country roadt e inipaNih4e ' Ihr Farm Hureau fot-lmote renrietM martKing more profit for farinef. more atoarv to end for thine oM tn thi town. The Farm Mure teachrt lieetcr production It further and demonuratet lietfer farm in? We tkoald hatten to otre oar farmert every mean of making prudatMHi aatier, ifrr, am more profitable in order that e may eat, to put it frankly which Ve couhl go on naming thit loan awl our nruhUning toant will hare through the increa t'.ng ttrcngth of the Farm Hureuu. Hut let't give our right hand of hrlp to thit greatest of farmert' organizations with the unclnthnct of the farmer who bring hit family to town on Saturday night anij writet the checks with which we pay our btlta. It's up to ut right here in town. J M.VS CHANCE tsn them-elvi-- rt 11 gr bt-i- l Imx-llk- lrnri i (fK4nie. oh. offamrr Ti urtiern are - by 4 Inehru awl thr 1 hy 3 Inehri plunil n'put-ittoicethef to krri thr Imy frmn fm' iik' throusti ami W'kln; the air i l u"t' thr rit ut thr iihiw or tak. br !t , -- Micr I tx-- aa the fnt en earth, (if.in!re, oh, orcanltr. Anil tmte liat prutre it worth, Orcanire. oh, ii;anie. 1 hen i litre, r farmer, (ool and trut. With torn I t all the wrohl in view, The die it catt, it't up to you Organiie, oh, orVaniie. Your ratlin; il. fr- !IeiiI sit - trav arr phu-- Inli-nn- to krrp wiMsht tn rrr the hay A riilliilnc uihIit thr of word with a wonderful meaning. A word that should be lirt on the lip of every American eitison, the meaning should be taught every child. Tho oirkers of this bank have at all time actoil in with orfarmers, and nsod our entire facilities to aid in butter farming, more ganised profitable fiirmix. tho ImprnvomeHt of homo on the farms and anything and pMawible to make the farmer the loader of industry, a name to. whluh ho id ir '!,! T'iry keri tur hoy irixil mi i'.n'iil i if 7 ir In 'mm urr frrl Thr- Mutilator arr hhmI-Ithr mow at luti'nal vv i I I ., fni'ly tliroiiili cartas: fnimci' r to iwMi'ii fttriiic. Immo awl up off thr that thr nlr may eirotilate It. Ui-nu- ir "If I were permitted to erect a Temple cf Agriculture to the home of the American Farm Hureau Federation, at tome place of prominence in the corridon or cbamlrt I would place the' celebrated saying 'Knowledge it power.' and in tome other portion of the Mructure, in a potition of equal prominence, 1 would place the mot tot 'In union there i$ ttrength." t'pon thre two batlrT trutht your whole itructurr mutt rett Without knowledge all eUoctt will le fruitlett; and without union the organization will fail. "ml over all there should appear the inscription that carries with it the central I)edi. ihemc of thit entire moxement: -ated to the Welfare of the Farmer."' Clifford Thome -- t . v .t "e much untitled. IiiiL Heard at the Clrcut. In.l tliM.u nn at t)i i.nim.iUl-"(- li. tin cleHiNlit HcUd that nut Ui milt hi iiiiiiiiii rliiatliT." IawiIiih Traiitcrlpt. Our Matemeat of June HOiii, IQ!2 submlttad shows to you eonahisivoiy, that siilrit of this bank and the peojiliof thl vicinity approoiatu tku their prosperity. (of which tivur SO pur uont are farmors) . Overdraft Cali and luo from banks (farmors monuy) I'. S. Liberty llontls, (farmors omurgancy rnsurv) Hanking IIomsu ami Fixtures, (the farmers rust) lAttxm ........... $l?7,UiS.Ul! 1,581.15 t2(!,7l)0.i52 O.UU'i.OO J5.80O.OO llt"li A LA CAFICI KKIA Stirring It Wont Thing. Whrii u mow r itaek luta liailly henttM tlirn" l a ntnms triuplu linn to t;o iii ami Mir up thr liny, Money to loan on farms. hut i ffwi hii l thr tlilns that privd"iir. Adwlttlns: air to thr List your farm for sale iui hot of (VrHii'tilKilnii may hr ately or at auction. Ji.llu- lull.; iiinlrtl to mrt a tin W. Smith's Store. If a.r linn nut srrt In a ant of thr Inn Office over J. lu idarrnl without nut .lurtln. a tin vniduully thr wwu and Ihr M. S. only in thr hay that liu hnii i ar iil IliiwrMT. lu tin- arly taci' whrn thr hay N hittns It Ii ii'iiir tunro aihialilr to laotr hay frimi our Hut he DENTIST iiioh tn amilhrr or to rrtni-urr it int iiii wit. Office over Th. Garrard Bank. SIlnW.' thr uiow mi. Offlca .V R.tid.nc. 376. Iw il. :r. Ir hi a iritWar .mty mlur Phodet KENTUCKY or h xiiii-kthat l Irrltatliis t thr LANCASTER. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate wrt r -i . li-ii- ! - HATFIELD - hiIiU-iU- hi ..........,,.. . jr of xlMiutuHvoMK 'iHiiliiill.-i "Thr I arm lluieaii trmimla mr of a rafrtrria," drclainl one of thr local mrm hrre temal ila)t ago. "It' up t' u go in after you You tet afiatever Total Uossourcw ll 521,0SI.0 $ 1(1,000.00 JtS.dli7. lX ii'iil'unxl tu hay. It may In 'lump fiwMrr uihI iraw a n in Inn nf iim4i train hihI m not i'riir urlt DR. J. J. BYRNE OPTO.MI2TRI4ST Practice limited to diagnosing and corrrctini: defect of Eyesight by fitting of prcper glasses. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. vii The only reauni for anne not Retting hit iiMHiey'a aorth out of the Farm Huirau YS it if lie got the tmitakrn iinptrtm that JjA he (ould alt iiht in anil tit iluan ami ' , what wore couhl a famier ail: than an omiortiinitv for Mlf.rrice? Wc don't aant aurctM in our liutmett handiil to ut on a tilvtr platter, tmt we ih ,ipreUtr the opportunity the tari Iwrcau give ut to help outtelvet. Ur didn't havr that oiwrtunity when were unorganized, Ihe county harm Hurrau it occamf tlrictly along line of Venice The nuw Ur of olhcr callt ami farm uit hamllhy the aveiaKe county farm aditer du intt the )rar it amaiiilg. It Iui Un thr iniiimon ei"erieme inott county Faun llureaut that it hett farmrrt ahotook nu ll advjiitak-othe opnorttinitiet extcndeil to them Ihe county farm bureau. It it alto the hi- leading fa rim 11 of the community ate utually ailliiiK to i:ie up part "f their tune to eilrndinc tome toil of tcrvice to , ... ...1. uiuri mciiuiert. ! ... c e f fapitjtl Stock (farmers owued) Sm pliia- and I'roHtcj. (AddlUanal suaarity to fiirmars) )rpoiU (Ovor 80 pur ont boiag that of fanuurs) Due to banks - CAP3AGE CUTTER IS USEFUL Garden I T .in O a 'mart Eaaly t Mide From v.cdccd-Shapa- ji-jii- ?J Total Liabllittoii Wo can always find timo and choerfully givo it to th ....... ... H5n.0S7.77 1,717.10 S 1 tt,0ti.t5 Cut Out Portion. te i - ,' innrfii' i'1'l an fri I'i- pin, iMitlrr nn Ir Opposite Gtlcher Hotel. aiilr In thr tlr.t Office llourt 8 to 12 and lluSpnpaiMIn is n t ..n.i'd - 7 Jrt A tj $& , '' fnrmor, whotlior he be a large farmur or a small farmer, wo ttand ready to aettlgt him, ami so long an you will do for yourself, just that long will this bank aid you lu ovtry way possible ami ctmsistout with good banking. Wo solicit your business and olfur you ! pur otjut inturcit on timo doirwaito so that your savings will earn you money while you aooumulato for largtjr undertakings. Assuring you of our J. R.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR i!T fe3 nun ni'il iith In iNntf 1AI: 111 Olllra Over National Hank. KeiidenCD I'lione S. Oilier I'linnr ' LANCASTEI!, KY, The Sharp Sdfat ot the V Sever tne Cabbage From Iti Stalk, thr H.I' Tin' rli. ,f 1 wX ' uJa I l1 PEOPLES BANK, PAINT LICK, KY. tl ttoga... "A job For F.verytody." 33t3Cv&S tXSXi VETERINARIAN. llir ruttrr. the n4a mrt 1 iuhIiim thr mi tap of thr .' Callt Aniv.red ''rempllr f n In lldx rut llimiuh. tte-- '.i i.i fc'l;i .a'i falle oti thr tpndi' awl an I r. t a ar' . ,. IAN. A . .. ard Knatlu n I'npuUr Stir uiv Mun hlr. n it r)i-iirf thin arr a tllv. thr p;e-lur- r - thni hari-- Or. Printus Walker S- -' id 11 1 .tcKr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 3, I 922 FOREIGN MATERIALS LOWER WHEAT VALUE Making the Most of Home Demonstration farm unmr-- wclmmc the nMistnnrc of tV Home I)i ir, work. inn ARents. i proved by a survey of hxtcn-Mi- i rat MwnlT!liii in home extension orK.ini.itions the hum Hnreau in hat increaM.il tin? p.it two years in practically every Htate Westmany now a, much as W) per cent All Mate in the North anl Rtates have home demonstration agents reportmi; work in Mtve phase of rTMIAT I m n i' GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS i t. May Become Mixed With Grain at Different Timc3. Amount of Dockjgt Prtitnt Jt Timt jnd Qrjdlng Is Inspection of FJCtor of Corlsldsribl lo Firmer, , rl clothing nutrition and home management. rscrvalion v.i a pro) For I'JJI, ret in cvrty stair but one, health in all and poultry Improvement has but lieen rarrirtl on in all of thr western and middle Mate by Farm Hut rati home dem onstration agent. The problem of fcsml, clothing, care- of children, and the general business of houv r and keeping confront every every group of housekeeper In all part of the country The call for guidance in was o compelling clothing ork In that clothing specialist were added to the state extension ttaffn of the agricultural rollegri in a, number of Mate. One thouMnd one hundrol seventeen rommunitie ate carrying on ork in food election; one thousand right hundred ninety-ninhave promoted the serving of a hot dish at noon in local schools tit hundred and three have taken up work in vientific child feeding- ami three hun dred eighty have carried on milk freding The interet in child demonstration. feeding hai been due to the startling sta tistic accumulated by Farm Bureau tipttd during the pat few )ear. The tai We are oiTerinp- - to you the great RANGE ETERNAL at a Bargain Price. to, it THE RANGE ETERNAL IS A PERFECT RANGE. ssssssssssssssssssswstm''' ' Sf ii l ihi li;t r. I in Tlu fiinMini riuilertMl nxinllv f lntt rttnr liwi'ttM' mi- -l will Mi. - home-make- tsssssssssssssssstfftssssssssssssssv7 IN ECONOMY, TY, BEAU- H lJt 1t Farm ll.itcau home dem;ntrat on agent hat lietii f poni!le for thi iVrrrst improvement and the ha lfen made in fjod (.real preservation work, especially in meat canning with the pressure cooker at in the canning of poultry were culled wanted wherever Vxk Community anmnic kitchen, which ete clt)ed with the Armistice, err opened In twenty one tate. fanning in ll 'md buying of canning supplies alo im teased. CONVENIENCE, j r trrniri nf 'Hv tlmi ot tkrntilne flit lcm''ir or ImH' 4iir .f c if I H'H l'irinc tin iunt "r inn rd Hint; Tlw prt,-,i- i'i f timti'Mnl in wbunt ' 'hi- - II thni)iitiT mny Ik Mih rtMif f prv i ' it. LONG LIFE AND REAL SERVICE. rt.res IT'S THE ' e i"nttiT f fslisltl ' ilm .irr ' fn nr..!, ..f Hi'iNt iint t i Id.' Km'h nf wswitV I'..- I hf- -l m.iim Ihsnr'iiii- ' nri niiiirf In H wHk .nri i I .n iii .r iinfri'ii- i , t RANGE THAT SHOULD BE IN YOUR KITCHEN. BUY NOW AND SAVE a In nl ) fmiH'l th) wbrtr ' t ; ii .nrffiiH) to i,h '..ri. In rlT- - r.i'i..nI iir li - 'tilMv)ii llifs iimri-n furl, rlmii-- l inti unit whcr I f t. an r nllh rnevfni ! Filniiii" Farm Bureau Movies was when a moving pit tire, to lie a movini; picture, mut a man hanging ovt r the Mile of a ililT with a strtit;hti girl in his arms as a bail man shot s the rope that holds them, a band cowboys, or the face of of galloping Indians chased by leather-chappea man plastered with the softness of a custard p:e. TIME THE DIFFERENCE WE ARE GIVING AWAY FREE ONE 42 PIECE SET OF BEST QUALITY CHINAWARE WITH EACH RANGE ETERNAL. DE LAVAL SEPARATOR The Do Laval Separator has the world record for obtaining the most Butter-fa- t from your milk and saving: the housewife much labor. It will pay for itself in four months. SPECIAL SERVICE AND SPECIAL PRICE We will let you try one out without cost or obligation to you. f..i u mr1iirl II. ' rt 'Us' 'tii ttiistrrl.il in hml mil tTt its ilu- - In thai l i .r 'in Inin.Hi T. r .ifilni if ,ty ' '. ' ..'f-M- i ivi4 tl..l.wkltu 'itl .r .'i i . n tnllllfcC an I I''.' .mllts "f rlrttir Tins il'Ti- -l In ljfM-- . ' n. h. Ht Tli aitMisiii' ' I '.Mt ' . .r.Miif ,.T. 1,1 ir.'i aiK.ntiit lias MlStS a I Carina WW a -fa-t.- .. ? it In or It llullr-l- n t,ihl -- tmirl)tiris 1 I I h l. ii..rs r Mi. a ii ri-r- al iH. ill. rs ' ' lk-- I' . i Wht t Jit" Ur -l ntTswi thr thr ."tiitr trrs.l- - lur ' ! ! ' h'i' i. .i.- - tit t'niir-- l tssillrt n iM.n I r.Hn' 'risi rl' 'il'.irss. tni I p. us ! tin-n- l ' "f Waliini' LUMBER SMALL CAR HAULED Whtrr No Wjgon or Trwk of Nect sary Length Wj Aviilablt Light Auto Oats Tntk. A Fill nf I ri,-- i ' HASELDEN BROS. Hut farmer have broken into the silver screen -- just a they have taken their place in Congre. At most any theater you are likely to'sce a picture in which nothing else (lathes on the screen but farm scenes, old homcsteuds, nettling on the windward sidc of a stately grove of locust tree, romance, nil the more romantic for having happenr I in the cour.'ty -and in short, all the alluring call of the Ami around all of them open country there i that glamour, that atisfyingcalm nrss that only come from 'down on the farm," The aUive picture show the I arm Ilureau film "Spring Valley" in the process of making. It' w! n t.i i .If' t 'iiml.rr r r n ' H v n n.t !' .ii t u a ' 'rf FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE L ght Automobile and a Hand How Truck Wtr Made to Do th Work of a Long Wagon In Holding a Load of Lumber r T' tt i , w W CAKCOKS OF GIFT CORN SENT TO EUUM'K'S STVUVINC CHILDREN n t at. t STANFORD FAIR ASSOCIATION k IiUllnl tlir I hi r..utnl thr riNir rn I f Mir luillrr lirl.l br truck off thr r..niii DIm in I. 'ami. lliintliu; t ti I'ark. Calif.. In I'.fulnr Sliilian.. Mtficailnr Mir liati'l lmrr.irl fnm a sriry r 'h fnmi llir rrar atlr if thr tar I tru. 'ti a I li'it nut im .''ill anil whllr thr tni. HENS NEED ANIMAL PROTEIN STANFORD, t'ie gift, corn donated liy the farmers cf mcrica through the Xmrrican farm llutr.ui red erjtmn to tur starting m ( entral l.utopr, the steamship (lansk, of the Line, slipped her innor-ing- t , at thr llrookln arm) tlcxks. Thurvlay noon. Ma anilstramrd out of New York harbor on the first kip of her voyage to Daniig, Poland No demonstration, sae for the K0d-b)- r of friend of her more than eight hundred passenjtrs - mostly Pole returning to their native land marked the sailing of the Gdansk on the Farmer' errand of scarcy. Hearing in her hold the first ot n - - - KENTUCKY Fovsl Must Have Meat af Some Kind to Product Egg. Ne Matter Ho v. Much Vegetable Given cargo of J7.S0O buhr!i The ddansk 'of Aner. an grown corn In t'ie form of corn four, esiiecially ground, wat the first consignment of the gift corn whiih the. farmers of America donated to aid in the relief work in Poland and C entral Kuroj-e- . . The lki"r was consigned to "P. A. 7 I T ," the initials of a Polish association I I'Uxt.l Tim - kr lh Him .f i Asri. ! fi- -i M.m istit i ' iti.io- i. hiI liaii' i.ltf .hm l ii.tlti.l I.y trarn..) Imlr, imiiik flits Mitt ix I but harder to pronounce Interacted into Knglish they stan ) for the Polish Purchasing Department of Ankles of First Niiestity " 'I hit association will have charge of the work of distributing the corn flour to the poinUi where help is most needed. hard to srll i PliHstUsslJ ( is I tii I pn'trlii or lint.- - ' Conducted By Caswell Saufley Post of American Legion mm 18 Milk.- - In i hat Mb art- mtrk'rli Hi. hut Mlirn thr lirti ImsIh In luak" Hu'iii int.. in xlir Hmla tbrrt arv lm Mirtmit ilifr.ffiM'i that raiiln.t I..' iivir' iiiir Hut at niuat hasi atiiimi' prilll'IIIS In MHSSr Mimiuat. mi liiHtti r li.i liiU'ii nf thr itlitrr kltvl Is aaii uMr 1 1 licit M'frlaUIr trsMrtn frita ran rrplH'-- r tMHlir of Ihr usrstt frri) In H'l h atitaxr hut not ih. rr than I i inn- - half nf It ur lbr il.i lint x tthrst takrti I lit .nnliirr llkr In n artwrHl vay tin' li.'ii'n IhmJjt iiiuiual imHi'ins aud iraXahlr rifiiii4 r.. I. ins arv rn-ult- a utt allkrplant ami b'(lirr rraiHiiilna: that iritrlii It BMio lii.i l.- - 11 n.n ail ' m r jKB Wednesday, t Thursday, 9-10- Friday, ' ' MoT $2,500 ; xlREAl' -11 1922 h) thr t'uitil H(atiH tif Aifrtrulturr ohtm- Mm' if Mil lilgll vrrttablt.prt4rtll frt"U ..ttotiM'tftl uiral In Mh lHt r.MirtiHI I'rauutlll4a tsiMi1 tint f.illnHnt hy ni) h ihmiI ami vrhrt I., nti mrnl. In maklnic up a timtti ii.it liiiirs Mian utir nf It skimlil lit nit IoiiiuihI uiral ns llii tisi nf tin in- - ruts il.mti Mil : l4il tnittrlally an. I h.MV urTttt I hi' quality ttt lht ritri, ti In. inc "it ami liloti Ihi ihi Mh yolks hi. h inikr thrtst liNik hail t)M.r i tiihlf iirnlrln fittU Mutt may t o in inlsHtitavi Hrr irlulwi nu.l m ms'iJ tural T.-- H lt'uirtiurht iualt - fr iiiI ALFALFA USED FOR PASTURE IN PREMIUMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Cart Should Ot Taktn Not to Oratt When Ttndtr Shoots Art First Appearing. Alfulfu olniulil not In crntiil whrn only Hit jnunt innlrr sIhhi h nn tlrst ii..i'iirlni:. fur (In mm in are lluhlr to tut iwrinaiifiilly Injuntl iiml Hit klllisl, It ktiiuilil nrtiT ilurlnu Mil xrnsnn li paatursil ilttwn ilnst) uml will tin li.'ttrr If prrmlllril In Krnw i'RiiukIi mi that ut one rultlnit of luy may In tuken wrti afimn. vt-r- t ME V HE WONT JOIN THE rARM FARMERS CANT OT - K TO(rETER HB WAMT3 THE BENEFITS OP iROANlZATION . liUT 13 UNWILUNO TO PAY H13 SIIWX Hb3 NOT THE R10HT KIND AKVWAY - Lynn Davis, Prest. H. C. Davis, Secty. LET HIM 00 I -- $M The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Aug 3. 922 1 OFFICERS OF LIVE STOCK CO-O- PS j inmpansrs, cooperative shipping and a S'altonal I . is e Stock Pnieefs' com mis- - thr interest that had been aroiied by the The sinn fompaniea are to function much as organialHsn. ami its powrrful itcntwl thr old line ccmirssme. with the eentwl ' mrluence was decidedly evident There dtsfereme that rtmsmisn rates will lie were now 46 states in the American Farm rstajnWsrd on a eoM InvMs. Kepsktr Issireau. and 06T.279 memters. Things bstt where serv-ic- r were ml n much in the future as at the rate are tsri-dNiitlonnl l'lnti tn llatiililisli can be rendered for lev than essstmr; other conventions. Actual accomplish(!uiipimie at All rates, the Inlance is trlsatrd tn the patron ments that meant iloHars and cents to the on a patronage ihvideml basis farmer were prossilty recited 'l'rriiiliial .Market The fund for the establishment of the l.imlative measure which bad been trrmmal (ommissson association ami the spnnMirH ami lacked by the Farm llureau justification of farmer wfic hidi cluttcl live Mock markets! Tin- live Mock farmer allied Mnker ami fesder cssmpsinie rome orgamjation up a proof nf GOOD-HAli'wsi old to ami its rmciencv Iom lii worrH over the marketing of hi prrxluct to the I armer shipfsmg live Mcii-latMm and tn had at last made for them-sels;nl,int.iKc with the formation iA the new Nntinn.il Live Suck One membership entitle individuals an organiMticn which was being AoMKMttMi which came into bttif: at a tmetint; hehl in Chicapo ttwntl-- r to participate in the of run m a bussnes-likmanner and which on Ni.emlHr 10. 1021 both the Terminal ( mhiwmm Acta-tmcould hnw resuh at a time when results Lile the I' S drain Grower itfce far- twm in Chieapt. July 23 and 21. I20 and the Natsnsil I.iw Si k Pro- wrre mmi needed mers' an earnest and thormi h ducers' Assriatmn The meml'er nf uprrative i;riti morkiMc hwiy, The mreiias And ). after all. while the meeting at thn orcaniMtkNi 4 lorwanMoMfci)!; live one Nona tnte ttrkmei wrre pretrnt any Terminal ( mmssisn Awstrialmfl t ( nn.mn was sicnihrant, it wa not re s aW mlrtW to do htnam-with and share markaMr lor thr farmer of the I'nited tarmer. lor tbe ptiHrrlKm at ttxnr and every angle ef the lituatin d divwVmh of any other terminal ' State wiir imlv tommg into their own own nlere mi that of tkw amMir, w a deemed patrona ImmnMate action f cossMnmsHsa aswiatson whtrh he may Ami thrv Lad found it entirely to thesr nwmmry and I'reMdent Howard in the afMfc oi hMter nrtr tikinc uly The ptMlKi mcltttfrd m at Ike In rail a Hte atock conference far Hatronsw Only Kaiieri Eligible. an mly ante marketins pHat hM mxV the pn4mti' Ikwim-wvtti the 4d alwam a Only actual Mock raiser rlsrible for Met In Chlcaco. nvrmhrrship The membrrvhip fee for ufintt him 'fWe Ihm Iwi Mobility The conference met in reipone tn I'rc!-den- t imlividual use Mis k UHlter nor mem aboM thr XuIimi'i tonaiac laraaty Howard' call in Chtcafo ami it ber tl .i H operative sWfsping jxk latum ju o thr ineitaiatv of the nkafWt f ml. I tkv tinM-- he raminMMun mrn take deliberation were marlnl wtth eivlil or mrmU n d hve Mark shippm; iu is "llowdv. Jim " who k to market, "llowdy, John." rale ( thrmmhn, he it li malty oK U enthiHtatm The mcctinj; had tcarrely $10 Thr ship their n fee for minimum And that' about all there it to it when fiiuix 14 !i k adtourned when the eichanje men began a Hve Mock htpjng aewM laa wcmler of the Farm Uureau from well ( the bve of the to demonMrate their detuc to clear their It Mk tum is $,4ltin. where the aMorution dors anywhere meet the President and SecJ,MW kiit of any ami all charge. Their wtianaieH cunlr lat veK anasmHv a tamos ui Mty ear or for the handUnx W their to )ntUy tkemvchr and their An amamatinH shepfsklc; nsnre than nft retary of the American Farm llureau in (Hnmnuon interfere, however, with ran aanualh pay Ml cent for each i n Federal M ilwt m the tr nini mattt of the methoo diil not "Jim" is President and hi last name is ttock I mel M4t- Axronttnc la the Hwrtu the dWelotmient of the m addition to the dtm fifty car Hie Howard At the Chicajo Live Stock volume .4 bsjiiaiM. drtermminr. piiM U MarkHt 4wi I mat Intimate nl the "John" t Secretary and hi km name will be leckoned on the ln21 lasstness. I Cos rt date v ivpartmeart t Annruhiare, the lUchanKe a ktrice Kim ef money wa and pnvmrnt d all fee entitle the holder Itoth are lewa farmer who hae leen tl.ttO,HS and a publicity weitrr rm4yel to direct . .... ""- -' --- e .hfMnei l l'r the rar M cnovm to hrad this new organuat.- n t.f ralve. H.IW,t Ml. prated attar ka on the retort eallle much n the 24 JMO2 tWp rW bnam raiMd A ioMiucled by the mtctins ol OctoUr h"H"!r? WeUght lately We tell aUn.r ,S . ,.n S. rrtfcot liowanl nf the American . hrM Hoard of themand led thejnaad teoted all the Im I arm Hurrau I rdefatkin. aptwinted a National I ivrMork I'trnfocrr t.ilU Aasraui-taof the American - irm P.rri orhcer ( ommitlrr of 1 to invetttcate tkre was apfiotnted by the Cut Chartet In HaU. live ttock market problem ami work out t'omiiitt-- r nl thr American Farm Wutrau iederation They are all far-- i cr. a p.j MthsUintMl farttrar, in I tie i v.. l i ual rifeeiniie it ha I e i deter f ati piaa lor the a promoter Federal mm a fottows n marWtmc ol livr Hock afiTKMitr at iirnfiv'iinaal at.ti4tnitneil that the roiimiMWi thatiw Ibe mem'am liaery hValr. Mt Sterling. Oha. J , then of I hi committee were chosen lvcaise ol jicir of the tyH- - that sum I ieti in haN ( cslesaaa, Trvas: J I. I. thesr etemute rvnence and their 'a hand in farm mmmpi'- - t aaxhetlfioU to the fattened their Iitttwa. Mtmun. Indiana that li Copst. And wsMt irrwon think tl i' ability 1 hey wt te mount w SII.JU-ol at lewt haM th K II f llin, Kit ( arwNi. I i4arad of the sorces ssf tke I arm l.rc thw i De N4m-- , The Committee. nanilin: iKta U k l Iowa. Henrv II traced to this MS (lie but .ill inimWhy hlM n ote. Ir Harry (j. lleule. Mount Sterling, Ohia; Park, Cnoa, ltliooi llowssrd M fact. s thw kM Huah Sproat. not W J Carmknail. C hkano. 1U ; V A. Clarksburg. VteM the Jim Howard was bwn am1 - ie-- l Idaho O O WoW. Ottavia. Kasv j Iowa farm, Manhattan. Kans.. C. Iv. commixi t hara t havinj h batiine fler Inaving oT k ei i Kit ( aiMMt. Colo II. II Cunningruii.llrl at thr arth lttush an MtanMA-ti.hie hand at tcacbitK tor . Offirrrs Blected. Iowa, I Inward M. ( nue, ham, Am-of whn h he an mtrsral fittl' esvouch time in a rssuMrs nr-- . I'lii Hoard beM it run meeting on to inpucaife tkr smell now ' l hanowtic rnatse bv tlarksWs. V Va t II GutUfwn. And an S I' lltmston, Maha I.incsm. Nrbr Dicesaiwr 2$. 2 and 0, at which the eacouater It, was . .b.rr nl . lV the old line iwhunwi fctnt i not all llend. Mo John II. Keadrick. Sheridan, (oiiowiai: califet were eh ted J G New Prosideme. lewa. ami " e harmful many oth There liae Ve: V A MrKcrrow. St. Paul. Minn.; llrown. Vtoocui. Indiana, Prrwdent; ( has founswn ycata i.c iaa done i.' ' "ti I ' feature of the prent vMem of Ke rtwl II V II. K Mumlotd. C Wcviii. IH oNina. Kit Caraun, CokiraoVs, farm on h 4Wsa-irac! m Mr u ( the marketmc flow the tandpot Skinner, I alavetle. I ml . J. M Amfefeon, b H I uaninhi m, county. Iowa pro.luer (Wie l the mwil important Fargo, N Dakota, A Syke. Ida Grose. Mmne. Iowa. ' !e too. is liiiin tie sta'r Treaassrrr. John ( ow of thee It the uneettaintv of getting ade4tT, Ottawa. Hans Iowa. () t) The NatHMsal Hoard detidrd at thru "wktes- - r grows ' lie f.ive i.il' Many a farmer hip hi quate prKt Nine alternate were appointed to tr first smeting to begin at oare the ler m up hi work a i ouaty agent tock eipettin; to iAtam prut iwirtit 4.i(c (! memlrr of the committee un of in operatise live Mock csmhi-sioIowa lo te sMetary uf the nirrnan fail a!4e to secve lie often at the date of ihipreint atMirution at st l.osns, Chsrag. rami Ihev wereJohn G te eratasn. lliown, IihImm. jame ( lemnent, Wis Imimnapun. ClevewMd. Detna't, llssflnle Uauie the wme price cnttent that m i .'tho.gb (km both have glas. him to hip had the uwf erftct on consin. A II ( iMk, Mimtnna, V S. C orsa, ami Pittsiasrg, and to seek aiiantumunt imi't , at the isfhte of the heIera lUimis . asinngtun Street, I lucagn roinnsis.ino I John M Kvvard. Iowa, t II. with larmer' tvoc-ratisa: thou.and of other hpprn, ami the oi tl rre. for most cd the" HunHi abeady etatdihd at other ?. .re wai a sluttnl market and fatting Hide Oklahoma, E. C lwtff, Texas; VV II few, Ohio, and Jame. K Poofe, maikrt whereby all wilt unite under the r e out talking to the fanners e, ! ( hi aK-- market irotter National 11a n .ertion of the country anO in To Stabtliit I'ricet. a whose limited tone the Ur Inttfjc l.itingiton. chief of the llu ac ins, St. Louis First. The important ijHcttioB were how to that are civen them every lean ol Market of the V. S. Depart merit The tirst of the Terminal Commission ocrcome all thce injuitkr and it.iMliie of AgrKultuie, was appiHnteil an ailvisoty ir - Tlossdy. lim" and "Howdy piira, The antwer appjicntly kty in member of the committee Hi- - was faith AsMsnatitma to ! orgamrrsl undrr the to .n National Plan wa the Producers' I.ie Iwt who wa i;oni: ful in unending the nationtl meetink. ami made Stuck CommisMon Acution at the Nato take the initiative m himsii; it aUmt ' many valuable suggestions to the comIQlnuss ail the money pan! into it trrasurv by Its St .itd It Howard, l'icnfent ol the American mittee Mr Cook resigned from the tional Sti.ks buuneit. J for hi January 2nd and snrtUirr After paym the I aim lluieau I ntef.itioo. and lit atvui (ommittre and J K. Iloog Scott, l oteinan It oiwHesI at the eml d the seventh week of limine dividend and aU etponsrs the nurkettng ate had their ear to the jhhiikI for m.tny levas, was appointed in liw place. Mr reached (MM dac' anurng the fifty mi'ipanv had a Mirplvs of several thmisand Howard, as the prcsMlrnt of the American in.'iilln and knew the juti-.- r of the com on that dollar hrm ihwog bourses a It total receipt and com I .vim lluieau I nleratioH, wa an ti v.unt of thetr Ine Mock (xixIihcc iiiem All the direc tsr of the comnurket ansountecl to only $TJ,J60 S5 from of the oAh io memler of the rtminvittee mrmlef tier, In fait wveral pany are farmer who live in the territory August S to December Jtst, Iwt the divi , Down To Cuiinett. were grower Hoard of contributing to thr Fast St I out market dead paid amounted to $19,121 22 the The lomiiHltee got right down to bus! Mr llawnni cahwl a imeting ami the tympany ha put away a autabh total business for the hve tl variout farm ami live itotk iK.inia lies a oil organired with C. II. Gustafson Mirph each week nut nl their earning-iTou- t to WS.I2 hs'd of live Ku . t hese eaininv will later le sro with a giusx value of more than $.Cls lated hack to the member, a the com IKKitx) Prkei pany ofirratr m a i M basis I'resadent John G. llrown hat Hnli. ti which it meiuUr basr reraised for that at least twelve important live OUCeAHWCOCHttlOf PMSf5fffMTO stock aie su.l to average hbjherthar i their producers) inatket wtN find a Farmer's (. W. STOCK KASKTINO V 'TK KlICfTfO the average that the SMchtr kvvv pan I umiassiwn AsscH'iatioM opeiatiok- with .svynM and thr huge Vkr ate buying frim thesr ilomain under the National n. lll them on the same bass a they buy frost Stock Producers' Association Pt-with.i ut leer- icmsvmhcssum hrm, thr nest twelve month. Mr llrown I Wore the bt. lamw opened lot .h,,,, tBat the taking over ly the far commie met of the activities connected with the buinrM thtcr were CHcm SMCk! Mtti .i Maui rompanie operaViag at St laiil marketing uf their live stock Mk not olfer llnnrmiWroill- -. Vu fl II niMa )) Minn . IVnver, Cato , Kamwis City. Vn anytlung iu-- or'Tlolshevik " It i the puu Vonon Omaha, NVWr.;St. Joseph. Mo .and one at ummiI, rather than the unusual, for manu Sfous. City, la. facturer or rather producer, of raw prolucts to sell the output of thrir awn An Older Company. pliiHt or mints. The farmer is a manu ccitMiX fttHiimo. ceo.issiN ( LiVI to 1 The St Paul cuwsih) opened for buai 10 I lit IIKlkf MIPSINO I MVS facturer, ami surely hit Iving it producer V MiifIS0 U V SMinl'INO aci INO ness on August th and at the end oJ i.l raw- prolucts cannot lie denied. He Vjwociwa Xsmcisiisic three month had received more ship appeal to MliMrt everywhere to take mmt thin any other firm on the St. Pau n lesson from ctinvnt business concern market had received in the entire ter and establish and support fanner owned months In 1U2I. On January IV this com and marketing agencies mi fwvJi) twlci (any declared a 25 per rent utioiugi for live ttock wherever live stock i grown dividend which amounted to more thai in the United Slate. ria- Mrik m.trkt tin plan n Unit (rem f.irmtrs ro I'lif iiuliMtlual live nwk prKluter nf the Nation up I'rtMliKer are wtrongly Mrnol t join the prsigeam constitute tltf (HttMlatiiin The Cfnal Feature. loc.il live Mock shipping aKiatHmv However, if frr ! The cardinal features of the plan pwvld' nny reason the, ilo not fiiwl it to tlutr .'! ant.iRc ". thev mav still marie! mc. of hue, avail theimelvcw of tin- sellim at tot featim lv iHtHgniHR their for the Stock ( otniiiision .Wrxialion that cattle and sheep bv the farm' them- stink tine t t. ,i Producer' I live Motk r nmisinKW selve. is owned ami ttmtrolleil hc Mock producer thermr-lvcor imwhIih at tefmiit! tock'.anl. ttrmtnal itfx krr and feeder Till fijwr.itiN p live and chairman. A Syhrs, secretary, Professor II V Mumfnrd Appointed January J, 1921, Its treasurer first meeting February 2J and 24 Thesr mrn who undrrtook Jo formulate plana for the rrtirf of the live Mock represented every important inter-e- t in the live Mock business in the I'mted More than half tif the mrmlers tSair represented the t nrn Hrlt group of Mate with it rattle, ho and reprewnted imlostrv Other memler the great range of the writ ami south west, the feeder industry of the North- wrsl and the wowing Inmnrvs of the Kas. After monthsol Mud, amlTnvr.t,gtmn, the ( ..mmrttre of I .. Mecl to the I'reW- rnt . f the American I arm llurrnu atHn that it wa readv tn make it report wtock jr..t asked that a National I (i'rfirence be ealh fbt ronferene w .illed on Novemler in. I)2I, ami t,f rtjioft of the I ise fctock Marketingu ( trmittr-present nl It was iifwnt-nu Iv adrmsrd wsth the aildkson of only a t, n.W anvrmimrM ami that wa of verv Delegate, frrnn fifteen n . .. ... im)HtniKr . a ..I . L. farm and live Mm k orpnniatimM in the I mted catiH plesfpesl their anl to the earlv rwtahliahment nf the rttnritUe sheep-feedinr- FARMERS A IN CONVENTION j Unit Story of n Meeting In Clilcnn Time Persons March, 1920. Gold Hoom In the Hotel, Chicago, PlateThe Ualle j J I Beechwood Stock Farm Breeders of Pure Bred Farmer, ie . rr I -- ' There it really nothing remarkable almt a meeting of farmers. If stone had written about every meeting at which farrr.eri had been the only one present the entire UtSalle hotel would not ' '""" uh to hold them all ' J" hp er . in the I n.ted State., a ml in ne of the busiest center nl that i it the tirmro from nter the entire coiinrrv shi.uld le conenei to dieus the pnl lem of the farm. nd even more signiTiCTnt than the setting, the men present, and the time were the things that took shape during the meeting, for it was at this meeting thnt the American Farm llurenu FcWera organized t was rn. Twenty-eigh- t '"". HAMPSHIRE SWINE HAMPSHIRE SHEEP . state - 1 ic r FAKMKKS ARE MARKETING TIIK1K OWN LIVE STOCK Citiiiiiiiiii with a memlK-rshiof 456,000 for mall ratifml the institution of the nntH)fn organisation ami went on record a havinr, made for themselves an nrgani- nsiHin which would ilo for the farmers riNknrisel) what they could never hoj to atcomiaVh iiHlivnlwally In slsort. the farmer hail organized Uhen the secoml annual eonventwrn wa held in l)eteml.er, l20, in Imlian-rotnpentafioli, 4(t Male had become mcml er and the paid-umembership was 74 4.401 Ike thir.l annual consentrim. in ksnta. (.a in Nnvemler. V2 resetted (UF or .Ale j AsMM-iatsn- iom-moK- . Special offer of weanling pigs, either sex. Gilts open or bred. - Pro-dute- rt' let meml-rrshi- e n Z. T. Eice & Son Buckeye Pike lk cfnrl t j Lancaster, Ky. u-- Jim and Jolur' meml-ershr- ndlni 84 lir meml-re-shi- til nM-krt- TZ?lr - '' - ....,,,.,,,...., i F.vei-uliv- e Noa'Pret eltt HsMK-Sor- i ' fr tiei-enteoilmirv- tM, C.4-lin- ; re . . Vstr-Ptede- e eatass-Irdim- a ' n -- Mi-c- an i'c-k- - T . r.' . AUTOMOBILES BUICK SERVICE COOPER TIRES AND BATTERIES AND LEE TIRES V SfA rii i. ifitinv. mis-Mo- lHlot them-cUc- (live stock AIIV V " - ravu 1 Courteous treatment, best mechanics ami Battery repair experts. fy yy lliwssnriiia titiui (uf Vra' Uil'isrsull.li (nmtf M Vvx'tj Vjaiiieir LIVtAf Jf!wtn J - Conn Phone 66 a-n-d Conn Lancaster, Ky. voaoi foiuiwisa turmre-conirerlc- fwi American Women Are Taking Active Interest in Farm Bureau Work 9-& RraJiit ttm !rl: o ri-- In Unity There is Strength 1 6 ft ji.-jw- Mrt. J F R'nitn Mr IJ J !''. M" Ki C. Jdntn. ' women everywhere are interested in the promotion of home and community projects within the the leadership of the national Woman's Committee of Hureau ami are awaiting with k-efor the year 10."--' by lesident J. K. Howard of the American Farm appointed Five which has recently Hureau Federation. change. Hy working in club in various ttatet, the It firtt of alt a wife, mother an I A Ranch Womin'i Vlewi. rommunitics, the farm women hae grandmother Secondly, the it a practical n The four committee omen who ttr learned the value of organized ertortt In farmer, and direct a surrcuful farm Cortland County, New York improing country' li'e conditiont were reappointed. Mr me ml r last Mrt. llrigden hat traveled over U,K Mn. Hroon it the widow of t ongiw V. 0. Jamison of I.a ta. Colo., leit!n man Wm i Hron, Jr , of Urt Virjinia, mdet in connection wth the Farm an I work a a representative of the farm and it owner and manager of veral farmt Home Bureau work during the past ve.r nnirn of the far et. Mrs. Jamiton't and a pure bred dairy heril She, Km, A Grange Woman, Too. father a a Christian minister and her claimt that her five and a half year old accomplish-men- t Mrt. John C Ketitum hat had vcirt mother was a farm girl, She was educate.' daughter it a ver etprcul of her career She it pretident of of work for farm peop'e he hat ha I in the public tchoolt of Kant.it Citv. Moody's Dible School of Chicago and the her county farm bureau. much experience auitting her huthan I Cuthinx, Kant., Ilotpitat. She hat done in hit 'duties at Matter of Mnhi,.ri "Madam Chilrmint" missionary worlc in China during the (range Mr Ketiham it now Kep, Mrt. Chaile C Schuttler, of Farming- - tentative for the Fourth Di.trwt of Mill Boter Kelellion. She "I have felt that staying home 'by thr ton, Mo , chairman of the committee, rep- gan in l ongrett, and Mrt. Ketcham it hi- ttufj' and 'the flock,' mv Mrt. Jamiton. rcscntative of the farm women of the secretary For two veart the a a mei "and letting 'Himself' Knt the A. r H. F middle Vet, once taught college clatsrs Irr of the Fvci iitive Committer of the Hetidcs and (irerk, but claimt the d Michigan State Farm Hureau these vear it the third biggest work of tin in FARM n You may be orifauizod for t?ood or you ttmy lie orj?Hiiiil for bnd. bul well do you know that when you are orirmifzutl you arc strotik'. That you can accomplish more, that your voice wilt be heard farther, that ymir Intluunou will be felt deeper, and that to be a real and tnie Kentucky oitfaun you must endorse I.onjr. the emblem of this Grand Statu. "United we Stand. Divided we Fall." Let us lonir hk'o. did our forefathers appreciate the strength of orKaniwition. Improve in Its practice. It is only through organized capital and forces that you. .Mr. Farmer, ar enabled today to purchase Fire Insurance on your farm buildings fct a nito, cost-inless than your county and state taxes, that you can purchase a Life Inurance policy at the age of 35 and carry it for ten years at a annual average, cost of $7.00 to the SI. 000 of protection, that you can keep your tobacco injured in the barn and in the patch, covet ing tss you may have from hall stornms and ftre ami that you can keep your live stock utrmrod in both wind, at only a small out-lay. c jr g . - barn and pasture covering loss from lire ami electrioal than the county and state tax rate on land. stornvs at a rate les doing her own houeork. Mrt. Ketcham life." really rather milk following otiir Mr JamiMn hat ren a nteinlxr of the In coitimenting on wonxn s activities at (Hrwnt holds lh rommittre of the American Farm HiireaH in the Farm Hureau, Mrt. khuttler sa)S, Memler of Repute an state t entral from the an Committee chairman of Home Kconomn t Federation. "Women have integral part of the I'arm Hureau. There Committee of the Vatmnal Orange chair "I have a strong conviction," the "that the place of greatest scrviie hat never leen any question at to how man of tie Swthwettrtn Divition of lie for women in the F'arm Hureau it in ram thev might get in They were in In Home F.cWMimkt ( oniinitter of the Miclu inunity work. When the women talrlfatt, the whole Farm Hureau It built up gan Federation of Woman ( lub mem hold of the local work with thedetefmtna on the theory that there are certain piol. Wr of the National l.egilative Comlion to male it , it will go, and continue lemt to 1c wbMi itall atTcct the mittee. American Home I'runoniir Com to go. I urge farm women to take an farm family a .1 whole and nrrd the co. mittee- and member of the ommittee-"- ' active interett in their local farm bureau." operating intrte.1 and effort of both men Rural Health ami Sinitation of the N'a She hat served tiorut t ountrv I ile vtxicution and women " Mr Doesn't Want to be Pitied. at a memt-e- of the I vecutive ( ommittee hat a daughter in the Mulligan Agrk'il Mrt. Itetta Brown of Kingwood,' Wot of the Mittotiri Farm Hureau Federation rural ( otlrgr an I the twint are seniors in thr llating High Virginia, who represents the otit'-ctiHome Bureau's Champion. omen on the committee, protetu ai.airi Women's Work Eipinding. Mrt. A. F Hrigden, of Kochetter, N ling called "downtrolden" and More than a hi'tidred farm women V , hat made of Inure bureau work almmt " a "I'arm women in number are beginning a religion and hat invrtcd in it her timei repretent.ng Jl ttaiet. me for a to realize the harmful effects of this olti and ability, loth in painttaking commitlrrlnmferenre at the third annual meeting fathioned publicity," declare Mrs. Hrown work and on the platform Mrt. tlrigden of the Amnh.ui I arm Hureau FeleratHii' At the "The farm women who have awakennl it pretident of the New York State Fed at tlana. .a m Noveiulirr to tlieir own potiibilities say rpjile franklv leration of Home Hureaut She alo a firtt annual ti'rc'in,- - ttere were wvm that they want In ttart a campaign of member of the cvr utive committee of the A few moie at'i'iided the rcond )r optimism about country life Ttiey don't New York Farm Hureau F"ederation A retulutitm xt adiril at that time want to le pitied, nor patronized jutt un Although Mr llrii;len it in much de atking tliat thr n.eran Farm Hureau derstood and, if iblr. a little idrat mand at a trieaker ami counselor in home I rlt ration ttratr niiiii department iretl! They would appreciate it for a bureau rirrlet in New York ttate and other at the national I ejliiiarirrt rot, lrn tled This insuraiicu agency has paid to the farmers during tho first half of the losses. Are you fully protected? nearly ?8. 000 titles to unavoid-abl- e year Vill you rry Do you not know that it is much better to be .afe than to be not talk to us about it? We know the needs of the farmer, specialize In farmer insurance can write your policy on your growing crops, and let you pay the premium when crop Is marketed, giving you protection and comfort while you work. r Shil R. G. WOODS, AKent Office, Peoples Bank, Paint Lick, Ky. . . j .1 in 1. v.inl Qntlth Havt Uuttirfly rjrnii i:ncltin) I ti.T.- - nr.- - novt-r.i- i .irnn t j hi ri.r thr ciililv .l ti ol j j nd motliK. 1922 OFFICIALS OF THE A. F. B. F. "iNirlnr, I drram tontnntlj of full f !Wng rriHMfd " "L'm! lug iivr rllrT How- - ofti'ii imi Mttftld thr tU"leJ" Dliflnotlt. Turtle Comet Up. for Air. Tin luud t"n..- Ink. a In h ri'Miiln mount "f nlr nd Hi.-- lHirh hlWMtf In tin" nml l.rn rlil nlr l fliHii"fl hr eiifHco Up llimrvcr. In lihirr thr Wlntrr IIih Ilic mini limit- - Mlirt t .tr t.f lilni'Hf in th. mn. I in hlbrrnnti..n mi mm nil r M.n' nil tNr jf.Mi And the Overhead. i;rr m havr h"wn wr f thtu mrT .rtm'pal swirt ", I t,.d tlw fair Y- MMvttvr H ur Hiailam. thr IlirrirtJ llir .fculrr t cur nH 'w j ll,l mmIh "flitk" P- "WrM. thru, whom T-- 'mrr j Judtf" m,,,,,!,. 'itt iij ia'nin Utirnew un- - Itut jnrnt MOST MILES per DOLLAR 7 An Mhwim, Mitntnppi, H. Tayltr. Srw Jittty; Unit K. HmvJ J. W. CtrWr, lUkHhtut Sttttkuy. Ckarlt S Brm Urtoniutm Oi'tttmr; II' H Walk. Catiffma Vuh, lUipk thmm, tndtmm. It. MtttH rU n llw ttr, AH, Sufdtr, Kmtiti, itnr Mn 'iff (if in ti-J- .i .YatrawVr t. They art, .f..an lutm 'g Hwi . .' r.t II t' U.Ktntu. .Yew itl 'if IF. :H SiUf, FtrfiitM. IHiwii; 0. ifrndeml. Ilmmnl hi II r .r.. It . c (i- - Uourd i"'ir ' i a k. Imsm. 7' 'b 7nsi.' Jtn JiW, Clmtte Uil, i'iw; BUfut, K H lr Huln. Mt t Mm (' t; IMif Inkimi Cwnutt. Tttuttr tnd -- andlhcir Jligh J4iUage,R&cords - DIPPED CORDS $tonc . The high mileage records of Firestone Cords continue to. emphasize the fact that Firestone methods arc oWcrent and better. These records, steadily increasing in number und jn mileages totals, justify the Firestone contention that there Is one- best; way to build tires, Among the primary sources of Firestone extra mileage ft the saturation of thp cord plies Iq a Vit double of liquid gum thus coating each cord and vlttunlly eliminating internal heat and friction. Another is Firestone air bag curing, ytkk iXa 200 pound pressure, which places every cord accurately and equalizes the tension. Uy blending the rubbers of different plantations atu) types, and by tempering it beforo mixing, Firestone meiiiudd still more mileage. ( Many' cord tires are good a few are better Firestone users say one is best. Those who have already experienced Firestone mUMgc, have topped shopping and experimenting they 'have tnjuSc tbtf cords standard equipment. Investigate your (nendg' success with Firestone Cords and buy your next tire accordingly. Come in and get your share of 'extra mileage. gum-dippin- g a I iJ oua.u "tn" IT.H s.n OUB.H --wv rnnic COKD Mil I2it4 t The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 3, 1922. SOIL-IMPROVIN- G CROP FOR USE IN PECAN ORCHARDS IS NEEDED The Getaway of Bit? Bill By AUSTIN FLEET ITtUhl. tm WUrn Nwtplr Union. We lllll wn not tl.n tniin to nhrlnk from fii'ini; tin- - rniilc, hut to ill fi r a tminU-tfitnmltli! ty that llltlo al an liiiriIM rut tilorimnl h tion to ho .ariil In. frawoil. nml ho Iiml Ilo hml ' wluro ' to put Hut fullt Ix'lntip!. Il timl rn mllif iv.iv fn in Iho wenotif uhl Mirrlmiin'a Iiml n rhMliro It hn ' Typical Field Specimen! of Native Pecant Growing in Southern Indiana. i ltaH.rtklit ;roll-ti- i in crow N.r Inc nml Marketlnc Hie infifront Oh- - MiI nparout alternative tha' Imr tbe i:rv.eti, f I'HiMlciiiiiftil Other orchard e" i tllitH f neatly the mot tiertitri-- t prwHaro well McnuM tin1 tn af Krim er emi bafe itMftiret hot the roMH-- In he HH eirelleat xOMUtef weretorn-lafli tii rloo IncflluT aid Imilly crowded. For lhee ii riner er for ho In thlr orelmnl. are Kliwrf that the ttHft effective rii hat, the I'Nlteil Stale Depart 11 jwiM he I but of rcmnvlm; !. t nf AKTbralture, it btt finttHl 4htiI alternate tree Ktiiiiiik' tho. ri'iunlt. that tbla rrai U a favorite Int. unit of Improving tin- - fertility of flanl-huor Mwtbern cn-el 'iiiiiwtj f r "link Uus" nhkh attark the tin- mII .filling tri r Inferior nrleti Immatuie mhik umI by rfnrntltic the la III.' M.llltloll Mift (etl wltb It riMirhe To BuiW Up Induttry, With nint tajwrc tb' totaler kernel In inter imiiytnc dintrl't wlihln tl UeBvat erowth nml ieieoi-iHi-n- t Mllllt raHgo, ;rt . i,til f of tb' nat there Hrle nt the I. i vnne lxl HI af terfueattofi ili llnlle area of owns Will culture of ilrH(tiait t ! in tb' kerael, nio-lu- t til., the iH1t'li i how to Imllil up tin orchardlnc lft!it rv. and how t a hitter itr aerld taMr ntii) extend ll ranee In rccton to whl' h M.t " niHtily 4eiinNiiH a "kwael re Ihe pcle l itallcetiouk tin' llrt que-ihXMrcv ftaatttltte of the ftml nut U that i( finding new A In ewUMftaetK-rriatly for planting- - Tin- - native for MtUktltute for Mil Uar,,,rB2 liutiltl bfl ex irrvwlas la orrharl I there I'M and ftid HMtifl for tree IxmrftiK delrnhlo utit Amhxii: the ammllac fore ijiMiitlty to Im prnlltahle l tlilHfs are W'irrara luh eliet In flrteit Mjrh froai tro ulinuhl he l aaal My iati So far a It knonti Sri working the Inferior Mnlltnc the NFBraeil l h"t a i4aot for the lmc Kiel tbe IhIi volvrt hiiiH atal Small wlkl eodllnir rttn hi worke-- ' ciiMnmary ir tw dertrahle Mirt the mi) bean are aino..-.- I to i So,m. rommou mi veltet nurM'ry method iittaek'M by thb tlarlty a take made In attempting: In are la nr : ti fmrt rrnt la Ihl- - erii.n and may tree; rtetilHC l'lnc Hiom' that uro to., ! off hrnm-hthat are A he k MIWan af tbe r4lo-tJ el, out tloe I" llttb- oraetlral 'rbHKe In tine. imtalttL low t till at theMilch Wt. tllU atteMptlUC loo ilHevwIoiac tfc MtitaMIHy of tbi tree Nor rratw la ean urrbanl nnl In n tncto ihkimIu r, nml top ttMUr Wttrtracy la ralrtllli; the "Mink Itlaiitoti 1MB." Off hartlt ao h wither IhhJi working trim Mainline In In jwt 4ai vOufi it bMiax or xiy Itoan aa rmer thi-o- i enmI Hri rrai boM rarofall) InafM-f- t ;lnr Mll to! )4tiMiitit of tin1 mil oriirkluc The rrte at tbe eial f the inom to of ImluMry 4miuII lirlp Hie viui Into u vhetber th' ierotai.v i ait'fni'tortty 12 NHKilb of tbr yenr niHrket. nml give nat with ke ) et eiilornw't t lnlMir itnrlnc othrrwNi rHare) Aa tbe area tn vtibh timm ta eri ar Tartetr wbert oatairtiri wMh MlTbmntb heron f the k'.ii nmlnly it no miiT rfi tta mum' Inner ) r-. ni of ml which N ctittr are lmMrlaat are mI Tb k Miilltt to lu.l'einllire clmnst", u ua wbtch the ftwor tboMi4eo In butter la nnler llmt the nlielUM ph atM h "ertjrtnc well the iiii'Iii'IIimI nut mny tw ltrt In wtine inlltlnn for tlo Plan ts Deitroy "ftttnk Duo." lile JTli'l. !t in UKVwnr It ba boeti that Itee "ttnt. iotMtet I lui( ftw nm be itrliil liefi n' the netly on . l m4 If tbl laec" ih a rkr r btrele hlimitl. the vettot hmn. nrv I trwe nlib-f- a ir"ti av late la ma' arias mwiI la, ami that tbef)tllatid I ! ket In n tt'- I ilurinc nl well !! raoM ba KtSiwn far a "Urnwr nerer ! A mtt ter an winui rraf aatl tiiral imler or eat aji with vtetiltivl iH4itb iri"lu to h i'baflno itlak barrow la earty tWotof befoew In iiilil MofHlte ut a Iiii lU eeaa reah' ' bare4 fit tbU be lm-- i :m uj M 4e jwrat'irr Wnn-way tbe taroha'ii.r wwttbt In tbe dirlllMt; of .i ihere N ret. tfay1 at the rroul loft In In the form "f fJielt Iibrnhlinaidltloii for the ant tianreat OrnwiT anil lur and eterttiieiiter are eiietlinf to nhil brAea mint obtain valuable liifori'iittton "M tbee iller . re trylinc t Itel iim-- i fur ttii-foriNlii.-ib ii fertlllit r tniuii'. : rrnfx ilurttii: the "NI'IIC eaon t nl Another linM.r u.' r"llem I that l innl.rinl l'ir'l MHtiy r f Him t'Mrtmtnt Airirinitv I t'ftitnl of Wiprilutlve orchard. m iian Some of ordiard were planted on very iiimI fur the wnrt nf Mn"" 1 - BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE 'nuriliT. Ivato llatnl hail fratniil him. Hut If ri'ilclmi '(iini'ttini'. Kuti' ha-- l wily M Kato n.nfpMI tlwt a ho lay on III cnt In tho i hanri', riitHlcimiewl roll ami fnw mini after man nf hi protlorowors tnrt for the ihatli chnmhiT with u wnvi of tin nm hiiml nml a chiory roillii; t In tho ailjniint coll. follow Ilo hail toltl Tathcr l.ucn nhoiit Kali'. Father I.ura liail not helleviMl him. Yet Ik coiilil hae extracteil u , f,nfi-.ofrom the perjiireil wninntt. recartleil lllc lllll n an Pather l,il 'mpinltent (.Inner. IIIk lllll hateil hy he hml tin rompunr. That wn tl n nhnut what ho hail planned. He hail heen a refractnry prHoner, nml. a n coniletniKil wan, ho hml heen tiil humoreil. If IMe IHH eh(n lo iIhvs hmiilli'il up In lit all hi i not cJni I'nnket. the wanien to hnle him ferth. with two lay the execution. lllc lllll ua naltlnz for Pnther I.urn nt ileail of tilsht. lie hntl lolil Uie nanleti he wanted to ronfe ami i.methlm: ursent. IllB lllll anew Father l.ucn I welsh! come ' Ttie piiaH ntilM"kl hi rHI. trile i hi lu'l. ami toarhiil Mtn on the )ioiihlir. "rather I.ueaa I here, lllll." he llhl. , 1 im-H- n rrt ht lr on-har- trboi, Capital $15,000 Surplus $12,000 "THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE" him. , te t- - ' 11 Bryantsvllle, Ky. oi liirlant rtul vnrletlr-MlHalil- o "l' lia laj lnrr(nc - hnt. Itb a at tt fi !, t- - A mono-ti- t later the Mark-roliaure of the prlot entered the cell. The tell ilixir rllt'kid. Itli: lllll Kot i! ' top-wor- e .m. rii. clt the irot-lea- rlwrtliy mil, fab ret"l rro. V fr ' - tee CRESCENT HILL STOCK FARM WHERE the HAMPSHIRE HQ6 is BRED and RAISED PURE BRED JERSEY CATTLE, BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS AND BOURBON RED TURKEYS HERD BOARS: LANCASTER LAD, TIPTON MODEL, SILVER LAD. BLOOD LINES INCLUDE SILKO, LOOKOUT, TIPTON, HOOSIER BOY and GENERAL ALLEN, JR. tip. "Vou wanted tn n' me?" iifkiil Kather I.urn. lllll maneuvered rouml liltn. "Xv, father." he answered, nnil the hlow thnt followed went home to Jllt the phice lllll had tapped no often In the prlre rlns. I"ather I.nca dropiKil htiw the hed. In nn Inrriillldy xhert lime lllc Hill had stripped off Father I.uniK'ji llak sown and urrayeil hlinelf In It. lie drew the hlanket nhoiit the tin eonrlmi form, lie took tli rntlier'n cruelllx. lie waited. Would 1'ather l.ncns recover con iK'fore the cuard Uwikeil Inl cIoiimio Those moment were npiny. And the man wn alrenily IickIio tincoii'clou nine to tlr. Then, to hi lntene relief, lllll heard the cuard'a utep ami tappiil on the door. "Yoirro thnmeli early, Father," the cuard heenn; and. at the. lcht of Ihll s face he ntnrted. The next lie tntit a (itaccerlnc hlow had Mretrluil him pretie on the rell floor, and lllc !!!! had the key and hud locked him out-'hi- !ln. ii it HIM er'e meant little to him for few moment, anj way. Oecalmilly 'iut Iiitm prNener, llalliin or llyMerlcnl head. Sli'illan. lout hi ouihreaks were not k rare that the Ctianl would come mhtnc to the pot. lllc Hilt walked steuillly aloiii: the dimly lit corridor. liurrylnc nlonc. Itlc A cuard lllll nverteil hi face. The cuard paed without notlHnc lilm. I'aUier I. uca wn n familiar llcure In "the IH'iiitentlary. HUI vvalkeil Into Ihe warden': elllce. Tlio warden. thIiiI liHde. did not even glance up a the hlack'rohod tlture p"eil lllll riwhed the Ble of the prliMi. It a now or never. A uuartl Mood on duty thero. with Ulu' lllll had never hi loaded Htle. u matter of fnct, the hi fae--man attend! d the bort-torlairt of If he did not know Ihe penitentiary. the man. It was prnbnldo llmt the man would take lilm for uu ntltiiiit a lart )' pl n - !riw e alt POISON BAITS WILL-KIL- L MAKING BROWN ALFALFA HAY OFF CUTWORMS White Arsenic or Paris Green Will Prove Efficient. Iniccti Are Ciprcially Pond of and Cabbag'i They Other Vegetablei Are Vorjcioue Feedert. Some FeedVery Similar to Silas er Think It la Superior to Green ae Feed. Onllnur) tMitVurfl alfalfa buy blight fret eotor. but whett axifaHare cotiilltiim Htai-- k I a s ollletliin im- MaHt lor rr It ha a pbaMiiit to Ihe iM'k. alwl ini' fee t ttn think. It b. Ktipertor to vr'ii lnv klmt of li.iv In feetlliut xalu. Tbl the rwuilta a IM fail ltiHaM a hew It from iiuttlne upi;re ii iilfiilf.i I at Arl I mor or le M"t reaillly Ih fHlrullil of It'l tb nolt of mvi.liit r.iilu-HUHorv liy tbe Ho of IxaSotltHl laalt. tbi- - t'ltlliwl than intern . a iletlnlte effort ! imike Statm DeMiHMHM of AyrWItMre baa It hao teterally reMllel In failure u to a ail n xreat ikal of l Thla lit I be ileaMinatratH.1. tVrtalu ion . hil.il In milk iMlb-ninejaire HIHl nl4- tbe l4on are 'I'n i btwbel ! lry bran aihl uav Inc bneau bay. It liull he put up n iii"t of while arwitlo or iart IHMMMl eiwMtMt ntBik, a It HeTooubly llllo a ebar to wiirh an extent In mii.ill Kroali iiihI ml Jurk that It la Hot tit for t'ee-- l naiiili hIHi four calloM of wiilor. In ml wlilrli I m been Mlrml Krotu teiort i luit Iiiim' liii'ii en Um of MircbiiM in- - other i4uii bHleil troui ill ffi' rent alfalf. cruuuie Tbi aaaojnt will be urea, the t'nlleil State I i .nrtun n uaa-llito troat foar or llv iutoh of that f AaTtiultiiiv t iultlalil i rai. After Ihe iaa4i baa hroMii alfalfa Iwy I iiml or atiaal for iiTat Inaim "fatter Miperhar Hi pabttHhlllty to r tttarlile-ow'f lln Iwy, but not Miperlur to it Iiimiw of Ihe Weld when- - tin- - Injury W In fetvlltii: value. 'Wie methixl of miik I'ut ll loiit Ihk mmbl U linpoiTiint roiiht It ho tH..'lnnlnic In Hiear. the law of the lilatit wbU'b bU' mhhi for mWnc hay In il' liii-t- i et oat. Aualy Ibe laaali late mute uberv I lie re I mi much ruiii bavo Ihe MtoM fall that It I illrtliMill tu rum the liny In Ihe ibi, mi nerorf In Ibe tMil. Ilei of ilalKer fmiu In ulaie arowtul tbii plant 'nlajil. whim thi rulwiirm nro aetlve initaiwia i 'i.ilitiilii.i It I not in try i" in.iUe brown hay in Ap'y mihiihI tliw If butnln! of ham or nam. fulvuirm ilelr thotiuii(U. oven million of ihdlar irth of fropn out)' year throMKboMt COLLEGES TEACH ECONOMICS They wpwlnlly lhi I'llllixl SSiiIiw iiltnik tonmto, eahlHiKo, leltm'e nml that Iwi" Iihi Many Inttitutiotts Include Studlea In either WRi'tablo Marketing, Co operation and niirteil iimler kImmi nnil trunplantiHL Management. Cutuorm aonietlme iipinur III Kruat i niimhera In the cprlnt: nml early uiih Asrlrultural lolleKe In 1.1 atnti-a- re hut, nnil fnnuently iln iu'vere injury In nKrbullunil lihltiK 'nwrii before their raviiue nr" nntUvil. (hi anil allleil nuhjocl Their nnthiMl of ntlark U In cut year. In a number of utiile the off Ihe yoiiiic plant near tlu Krouml, roure lurlmle tnille In miirki'tln; The,y ii n of larei U nnil an' iti.oximtloH. .arm wuiiup'iiicnt. ami mdoim feeilwr. cupublo of ilenlroylne coiiiiiienlal ,.tf?ftilty. Tin Uullcl mnny plant In a altiRlii nlirlit. Often Dupiirlaioiit nf Aurlrultun la they cut down nwr thnn they can State i et watrt. t' levoi r laa I I'urtns mult In hay that b ery u ltnllr rUli' linmn r to laitatahU1 .I Il'rrrt llf'llir. lie li. look.-i- l at r I'ailierJ" ( Ii ae " h ukil. atat. "tlnluc out, "Your nil, Hi Hill - : s hoer s ie HBBlrllWl RaaaaaaaaaaaB uno-bu- lf ultl-liv- k"l mmiio-aba- ala !' Hebl-'uri- nl We have been in the Hampshire business for a number of years, in fact were one of the first to introduce them in Garrard county and since that time have been engaged in perfect- littu hi s;iii The Kuurd way. Ho wn Nlill Itarrlni Ihe ate. At Hint iiiotant in,' IHH heard lHtt .Mii etuiie riimilne the d Mm. ii ipi ii. m il (mud. tlit warden uml, i he, n, the llcure of 1'Htlier I.ueim. lie haed it the miitry, cru'lxil I :u. around t' e nwk, and ktnicslml fir the ke.v. Next Iiailniit he vvfa I I. me down under u linip nf men. ln-Id ..i' iii'tant. nonitnWMl ofily fur Ma TlieH ho pMt Ma hand ami aiHit imt n i.ir. lookeil at It In u (ataried .ln nvary ing our herd building it up and improving it until we are confident of our ground, when we say we have one of the best herds of Hampshires in the State. Young stock for sale. Correspondence solicited. I I'e etaeil lo utrassle. "You fool!" It wn tke warihin Mc.i Mi i.'. lie wn wavlas tbtt Kiier that Itli. Hill had lakuH fnwi Uie tl, i kohii. "Ileail, If ytm've cot evii- - in your In ail, INK!" lllll reail with l4Mrtlullly, He tut .led Id I.. i .m. pleatMuc nyo hh Itotiier Kattt has I'll' urr'!ed. I've lent You- - lauy ho free, lint a hetter punch, than jmir. Hill, and If you do cet out I'm nrfiik' ,.. l.ui.tlk 11 V.t.l " (imfiMl to lur I.uiii. "(ilatauul mil," twhl Ihih hiwii Crescent Lancaster, , Haselden & Alciridge, Props. Hill Stock Eaim Kentucky. 1 trvt. Ancient and Modern Ring. Tho main differenvu hitwwii utiojiuit nml modern rlnc la In tho it hi ofj JiueU. I'url) tine were invroly madei of thu luiiterliiU, tttu liiHip wus ktmvy end ornamented. Later thu ntuntm tu he uiil. nt In the inateHat. hut mrrely a an mMltloiiul nniameiil to tLe colli. Then thu pu'ilou itutie huiue innti' ami tin ire luipiirtuiit, until nowudaya tho kettlnn I auburdl-uateto tho tonc. d The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Aug 3, 1922 ACID SOILS FOR i lRN of market conditions before disposing of timber CRANBERRY CROP Extension Workers Discuss Advantages and Drawbacks of Industry in United States. -j Bargain Gates ARE AT PREPARATION All IS EXPENSIVE Trect and Roots Mutt Be Re moved From Marsh and Burned, and the Fields Graded, Ditched, Diked and Sanded. (PrtpsrsJ profitable Industry under suitable conditions iiml In certnln climates by ss'dalMit of tin- - t'nltril Sinter uf Agriculture At n riivtit conference uf extcnbm workers the ii as th L'nli.l ml t),prtmnt of AsrKultur ) Is recommended Cranberry culture tr I - , TJ v polbllltles, ndrnutnge back In vl draw- cranberry gro tin- - tcre on tlx nrlil soils nnil eat bos uf Massachusetts, pnrt.s of New Jersey, nnd New Vnrk, VItm-ulnMichigan, nml nni tin mouth uf I lie Columbia river In Washington nml Oregon. Some cranberries are also grown In I lie mountain district In Virginia and West Virginia. Preparation Expensive Process. Preparation uf the land fur cranberry growing l an eijicnslve prw ess. All trees nnd root have to be removed from the trardi and hiirneiL and tb fields graded, ditched, dyked nnd sanded, Itcfnrc the war swamp land could thus In cleared am! prepared for nliout to STuO r acre At present prices of labor and uia tcrlal, IhU work will cost anywhere , from "Vs to Tbt ground miiHt b suitably located ami prepared It Is Important to hate u gissl water supply ami good tlralnage facilities. The water Is nlo tisnl for controlling Insect enemies. It Is necvnry ti have a reservoir fmm which tin log can be Hooded. In New Jersey some grow ers say that tenting Home weeds In the Ixig Is not objectionable iim they suu pljr shnde for the plants. In Wlscon-alIndian from the reservation pick the berries. In New Jersey thousands of Italian come out to do the picking. In Massachusetts Portuguese do most of the work. Ward Off Peita and Diseases, It Is essential that the crnnlierry grower be preparti! to wan) off In nml diseases, ladli of which are In New Jersey, very destructive. where conditions ure favorable for the ilevelopment of certain fungous prtqier spraying with bordeaux found to control the ills-cmixture ne nml It generally practiced. Ordinarily, the price of cranberries per barrel Is from $1 to $10. although during Die past year as much its $K Hr barrel wan ohtnlneil for small lot. The number of barrels produced mt ncre ranges anywhere from l.'i or "JO to 100 or sometimes litst. A reason, able expectation under gol condl-tlon- s however, luaiiugement. and r would be from XI to 40 barrels ncre. , The bulk of crop l grmtn prvent cranberry BATSON'S CASH STORE WE HAVE CATED UNITY AND CO-OPERATI- ALWAYS ADVO- OF BUSINESS FOR IN- $t,. TERESTS. WHAT IS GOOD THE FARMER IS can-full- lcau' GOOD FOR BATSON'S CASH STORE, AND WE ARE SHOUTING AMEN! TO THE SUCCESS OF THE FARMERS BUREAU. BATSON'S CASH STORE Lancaster, Kentucky. ills-cne- Housewives aie Saying1 Nice ELEVATOR Invention of FOR HAY OR GRAIN Thing's About our Hish-Grad- e Idaho Man Intended to Take Product From Rack and Deliver to Wagon. The Scientific American In Illustrating and describing u hay elevator, the Intention of J. J. Huston of lltistttti, Idaho, says: An object of the Invention Is to prohay elevator In vide a which the bay or grain Is Inketi from n side delltery rack device mid dellv Flour JaaCjii-sr- WHY A Rear Elevation of the Device. ered without waste to a wiigon. All' otl.er object Is to provide an elevator In which u pair of endless drapers are lined to take nnd convey tin loud laterally of direction of travel and dump the same Into n delivery wagon or receptacle. NOT YOU "Sad" biscuits and "soggy" broad will put any stomach out of business in time. KEEP YOUNG FOWL GROWING Depend Largely on Correct Profit Supply of Material Standard Missouri Ration. r'eedlng the growing chick correctly la absolutely essential, both to the Im proreincnt of the laying (lock nml to the profitable growth of the cockereli The neceaslty for Kale us broilers. for liberal quantities of unlmnl protein In the ration Is urgent, saya T. S. Townsley of the Missouri College of Agriculture, becuuse the growing chicks are developing muscle and feathers which mpilru large ipjunll ties of animal protein. The standard Missouri rutlon for crowing chicks mi hides the same mash aa fur laying hens; Hint Is, a mixture of 100 Kiumls bran. Its) and V pounds of tank IMiund short nge. In addition to Ibis the growing chirk abould receive crarked corn and whole wheat or katlr. both the grain d th Biash Mat provided la self-ftedl- The best remedy or preventative is to use only a pure and high grade flour, such as the wonderful GLEN LILY brand that, we are now making. And you will find all of our foodstuffs on a par with this flour that is causing so much favorable comment. GARRARD M '1 M ' MILLING CO. hiTt. 'I Logging One's Own Tlmbsr Gives Profitable employment to Farmer and His Teams. bf lh I k'I.I H'!. ).rtm.nl the agreement the buyer usually ctt's of Aertrnt H'- Setting by the lirt Is very closely WiMMllnnd owners mutix times are therefore ii gid smsOhmI to use where nfrontcd with the problem of when the owner Intends to clear the land o nelt standing timber and wlo-to for other s. Hut If the land Is to ut It for use on I be farm. be kept in tlmtwr. the owner should Kiperlcnce has ileiiniilrnteil that In Include prot Mms In the contract of some It unipieatliHiably ms sole to retain the young. vlgorwHi be farmer better at all times to sell, growing timber and provide for a fu particularly the more aluiihle kinds ture crop Hie importance of cari In if wihhL I'or etiituple In the Hitting on account of Its effiTt upon 'lardniHxl farmers sell lln-lsiicce.slinc gnmih unl ppmrtln of select )ellow tmplar trees pnitllaldy the stand an hardly be oversiateL and with the money buy and haul buck ' the farm for distances of from GAS-TA- R four to eight miles southern pine sld TREATMENT for their houses and barn, on the other band, then are loo often PROTECTS CONCRETE instances vtbere one finds choice white mk of the best quality, suitable for eneer or furniture stock sawed up Bureau o! Public Roads Gives RefHrm into (Mints for sults ol Tests. Keep In Touch With Market. It would be well for the owner In keep la touch with market conditions, -- i be nmy market Ids product to the Fluid tl.Product of Artificial Cas Plants Proven Satisfactory In best advantage. With rarely an Drain Til Preserving the limber Is not d)llig. decn)-luAgainst Alkali. or "going bsck" by fungus or attack at the rapid rate alleged Slllrs IfettrtBXt ly buyers, wtio, oliloiil). delre to l'rM'i t Is f AISrltw.t buy as cheaply a possible l'Htes In lis search for u Misins of p rolIs overmature It l Increaolng jisirly l-, ting I'ortland cement mncrete ii volume nnd value. against the action of alkaline waters, Cutting during the itirly perhxt of the bureau of public roads, L'nlle! growth, sas the I'nlteil State Slates pepartment of Agriculture, an of Agriculture, often repre- nounces printiUIng results from treat sents n real sacrthVe In IlimtirUI re ment with m tery fluid crude wutergns (urns. The niprotliiate nge nt which tar. suib as inay Ih obtained as a by tree bould lie cut In order to obtain product from many artllklal gas be highest returns n J ear l ver) plants. S successful have the testa different for different ieeles Thus been that farther Investigations of the Cottonwood, ash. blckor) and alkullreslstlng properties of Hiplar liecome coniinerctatly valuable eoHercte and mortar an under ages than white (.k at much earlier May nnd the prtittvtlve effect uf tea nnd black walnut ler gas tar n hmu tncrete it rue When other fur in work Is least tures Is being studied i resting many farmers find It profitThe tnsttment innlts of slmpljr Im able to turn their Httentlon to estlmst In the liquid, the concn-lIng, measuring, ciil'tlng. marketing and whli'h Is so kii I up, eten by a dense Hllng their timber Sptire help and concrete. I'etHcnt drain tlie treatisi I. me to supervise the work make the In this way nnd stored from sit to winter a favorable seusm for this. It I eight months in a strong alkali solu Is easier to haul logs on the snow than tion bate shown no Indication of disover ordinary roads, and the logs are integration, and samples tested for less liable than at any other time of strength wen- - as strong as the year to deteriorate quickly through tensilestored III 'Hire water tin the tliose or fungi nttacks of Insei-tother hand, untreated samples showed of Selling. Best Method both disintegration and a loss nf The choice of methods of selling le strength. largely the kind of timber In lertnln parts of the country and the owner's knowledge of Its where alkali salts exist concrete druln value, his past etperleuce nml the tile and concrete structures hate been condition of the market Timber prod- attacked. In many such places conucts are sold either In the standing crete Is a tery desirable material on In u more or less roughly mantree or account of the atiosslhlllty- of the ms Ktcept when terhals that go Into It. The bureau's ufactured condition xild by the lot or lump, sales ure llitesllgulbins aim to detlse mejni based uMn a measure by log scale or of using conrrele with lumber tally or Individual count of units of designated site or charGOOD POULTRY SUGGESTIONS acter sold by the lot. ItoiindHry or Timber tract Is either lumped off' to Include Of Great Importance That Feeding Utensils De Kept Absolutely i designated tract or sold on an acre Clean Other Hints. age busls. This method has prevailed oer all other, particularly In the "Watch the feeding utenstls" Is a l rougher ami ilMrblK. A suggestion of iie.ro litiMirtnnv thim ii rule It Is strongly favored by the (Htultry raisers r in lire The purchaser bistiuse In such a I run mi e water Iwlns are of gnut lwMirtnmv knowledge of both tlm lion his s her yields and values gives him, an lMcHHe irtaiiy contagious advantage over the average owner ihnv be spnsad through the drlnklfig all wuter ba Many examples of the sarrttUe by water Wash and liach. morning the owner of a I urge share of the sins once a wih value of the timber can be found In when tilling the water Imslns empty nearly any wooded region on Ui all the old water out and rinse the Place the among Isisins before relllllng. count of greater i Imstns well off the ground so that the purchasers and a better understanding not straw and dirt on the part of the owners of timber birds tallies, sales of standing timber br into the wuter. Uniito the food hopthe lot or Imrip are now being made pers so Unit they will be perfectly dry at all times. with better protlt than formerly other liiiMirtanl suggestions as to In using this method H Is very Important, In advance of the sale, first go.nl sanitation areI He sure that the birds bate Id secure a good estimate of the Humility, quality and unit value of each plenty of fresh nlr. '.' Sunlight Is a good girtnlcldc. . kind of product In the stand, then In It, t'lisin yards are essential to good I gel bids from us muny buy erf as iMisalble; and, lluully, to hate an health. agreement clearly specifying the restrictions In regurd to the manner and SELL CROPS THROUGH STOCK amount of cutting so us not to liii'mlr liie producing Miwer of the forest. K Is Profitable Practice for Farmer The sale may Include only trees ubote Who Has Animals and Suitspccltlcd minimum diameter, or such a able Feeds. trees lis bate been pretloilsly marked by the owner for culling, When prop When In sell nnlmats and which to erty safeguarded, this beiumes one of get rid of Is one of the problems to the safest ami most satisfactory of all Ih e led ihi each fa nil according to methods of and should rccclte lomlltloiis prevailing. In general It full consideration when sales are coi sound practice for n mini who has template!, animals that be has ml mi I and crops Plsce Restrictions. Mlllable for feed, to market the crop .Selling by lump eliminates the ntu by feeding It to animals ami selling lety and misunderstandings attending 'hem. sales by log scale measurement. Those who have followed Ibis policy . If competition H ,W1 N In and year mil, generally hnvn that nearly or quite tiM- full vat if the 'mule money nml bettered their hind. timber will be reached In the bids. Ily Sates work, saves freight, sites fer una meiniHi, noweter, the owner fore tllly and gltca you two chuncc--s goes the opHiriuiilly of prolliuble for a profit one on your crop and for himself and his teams .mother on the manufactured product which he would bate If he logged the fat iiuimiils, Jim now crop price material and sold It utter hauling It are low and so are iinliiial prices, but to the mill or shipping xjlni. thai makes It better than an crea Unless restricted by tint terai of break for I he fee.4r ifr..t v r m g In-e- e s un - un aurnre dlsi-ase- i er The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 3, 922 1 RAT PEST IS MOST SERIOUS I GREAT VALUE OF BUCKWHEAT Kxcellent at Chicken Feed and May Bt Fed to Hoot and Other Stock to Advantage. Ilurkwhciit I ii n nrillint chicken mny l.e town In Smntl pntrhiiu k liont nml xultry nlbmcd lo It. It limy IiImi If fill In line nml other live Flock t CimhI nihlll!' luce The trnw I tihout miihI to out trntv. Another important um for buckwheat I for Improving the land. Il prow. rfllty on n-- Inml and udd n great ol hiiiini If plowed under. . Imr-vor ili-i- 1 Tastes just as mmi as tSJ tj THERE who think that the cheaper they buy a tire the better the bargain. Then there arc the regular G & J Tire uteri who have found that tiro economy can only be reckoned up put on. are alwmyi tern Lett to Farmer Cause of Cenaldtrabl Plan to End. and Poultryman leal Thtm. Inc In number evUnit are mutt ery J ear In tplte of nil nf our iiihI iirnpngnndn. cnmpnigii rlmi f tin1 nmt lo riit toiirrc if n In the farmer nml 'Iltery ITiitt thoiild be ibh'-Ifree tin prciide of them, nml the fart Hint tin1)- twin to hold their owi thould only be tin tlennl for redoub line our effort ngnlut them. ll g ct ! - months after the tire it If you arc looking for the Kcnuinc value the kind that makes every dollar SHADE NEEDED FOR POULTRY Old REMEDY FOR SUCKING PESTS work you're likely to stick to G & J Cords. try Durlap Bagt Stretched on We Ne'Jng Will Afford Satisfactory 15 Prottctlon. Tl.fy gn-e- , Nicotine Sulphate Taking Place ot Kerctcne Emultlon In Destroy. Ing Many Intectt. Km-M-m-- Mitillfi. Him gotihlt-- t r!ilrl disc etcotlillig In tin- - poul I" old tHrke from old lo-lucd tome lmdo. Tin slmil" "II - Munition It liiM-ctt- n remedy for Mil-iin- n inoi inking tin , litit nicotine of lnnlieo nml lirtiliH. of nrxi rrmc. In tin- - 11101 (xHiltry I n trctrhil mi nf old burlap Iwg netting tnikul itero n frano tholler from tin- of tin- un t tin' feathered tlock l'ri-- li liter I ntiotlier eontlnl of water It n hm-de- r cholera. - nttrncthe. but tiirgcly tnken It ptnre In fighting tin melon Ioum- - i nil I loth nn lM't nn contact hue. irHt nrtlinlly touch tlie hody if t liiM-r- t It. I or Hint In order to It l lM niilliil with n tpniy of toino t)Io m ttint In. th tide of the tnlutlont teatca nre touched. Tli-- r are not poltonnu when taken Into tin ttinh ll- ever ttonmrh. . EXPERIMENTAL HIGHWAY WORK AT ARLINGTON WILL BE CONTINUED Budweiser Everywhere ANKSUSER.DU5CH. 1NC &T. LOUIS Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Prices l I r. .1.- -. ami imiiii ijiiiiii Vf... uf-uih-iuji- , PfifJJ Puiirnt-rm Milt s Cur Tires ., tint Dltlributnn Crab Orchard, Kentucky ihcuur-luiKuiin- Ktrpt a Man Duty. - It keep tai tol Mtwmlrut K. w t. nuir tlrinklnc ltiiMC oh Hi- - ru thai hl wife hm plarod m tlw- Dim- t at. - lti When irntiri.e nf a kM- - 4nnr ntt. TUU nhli mart to itle. rtl lln-In kii'ilMK the plant In thaM-- . Plantt. .Male! i irpt - Device for Testing and Measuring the T Smoothneit cf Roads. I'MI4 a,ri Invented Bunglowt. a Aiiilo-Io4tatntaaatww l A lfi f l'KII4 ! I lni-tlsali- Irln.lil of Otrklng VVen r Ike owner It urn-e- l In nnrk for 0 filot itc - Dog Owner ttirk at alelit ItOKO Jailed. lllidnt Th in Jhimm l anil wtttvm-n- l f un-a- i' a HhMhi ori iturtii; the eowlnc omipreliiiile promlM rixareh ninl different concrete i tii n whin mi!i-to trallk- - iiiilpiil with differ to furnl-- h a ent of whirl, at Jn-te.- for Ike hM mbom- ilaianer Hiay Wave Mtb. llentnt. awl linn tuatrloii In whlrli firKtmrlly l lleniatll. or ol applUil to a Htwrtm. When for th-- r UM. In the Study. U h rvrreiitlon nr alr-i- l t t tlH- - ili- - lenllirrn Jarkett may finI 'hee at lionn- lutti-In - hni n rotniriy iomt 1't tn-'- iln-. felh-wt- in It i whlrli -- 'fJnlltji or 'N. l lii What i ri v woinnn n It i "llHe the laH nf te jury linntcht their trrttlrt yrt' "You tni-n- Unanimout. M .il "Of iiiiir!- tliiit Ihei rhe jury m r i'Ui r' inint frntiii Htn.i . rt. ' it ii t ,i-- i le iv . II. !l Im." SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE Youni; turn who woul-- i enter tin decline of life in comfortable eircumttanci-- t should begin to wvi- - now. The approved modern method of saving It a savingi account in the home bank. Tim bank Invite youn men and youni: women to join of tavinct ita fnno account, and any sum may One dollar opens a savm-be deposited thereafter THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capftul Surplus 50,000. Honor Roll Dank i50000. en Carly Eplgramt. lo tie that tht whh-l- i now MiumI llat, wore not lnlilil when limy were It ha t--c T1 ul not lil Oally Thought. whln!i what Man ih- t.ujl.l ilit (.lit utrnt ptrpetmuil. llrtwHliii. Life at I ll. t "Cat" rvjporatet., See It. TtH lulttHM of BHM'i'lO U tiy Ih lMt itlon Ih the ttai-ImlMllInx of rrttd oil la iUal to llit ll f 1,1 f i- - nirn. k iihi a Kim. ttbi an oiuiut-l- e VtMl m4a4it a noil q,BtHfy for Chinese a Cooking Nation. Tin- - (liUn-lire h Helton of iihika Poor C'mptny. In an InttlMitHal Tliero I nim-- l wlllln- lo .fiiolt." mkl l'm-l"r uliii l uot more their r.ln'll, "itat hi)ho iUr U ifeoaV. .lo or lim eoiHifHont to rtwk hliHelf ii do nam- - I alH' kimila' urMin' foli mini tuMe dlHiwr. it lt hour (I wf ode ciiiko I mmti' I Hick t) h iUHpany" Speed of Fait t oaometlvet. MMiii;er The inottetii She Siw Him. of II! I'lrt Sorority Sitter "I'm wirry I i ill let. per win run ati the niteroll mid hiitxy on onlilii't lhit- - teti with )nii, ilmr Iml t then' I u toil mi- er I hud u I'lii,' Seii'inJ MrulKhiIn I. mil i ti It from SlMir "Ve d.irllliK, I uw tml n of the iiHtolry prmho Hon u alwuul ii mi tlwt ItrHIIWl. liiil. l."otmtl Courier at tM-t- 1 hhh eini' pn-ti'- - sor.ilv him; totne cIik-- Jiiilne Junipliu tin' trnk Garrard National Farm Loan Assn , Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER CENT. For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Tre. Thlt ciiiidltlon uihI lalnralory ti- -t will be In operation Vm4ilnKtoti. I. C. I - uiinounrnl hy tilnir Mime time In June. the hiireuu of tMI- mini of the Impact on Roadt Studied. t'nlliil Stall leKiriment of of ex. In :i rather elMlnrate ltMiai-- t on taimetN le Iierltnetits the liureull ha Mlldled lin lie- - II lei ollHT tuhcraile Mil. nml Iih Hirt of tmck on inurli iHitilii. whli h npproMinately the inHiniltude eiii;tnii-n- . l' eon- will liiteret amoni; of luiHict foriT nmler itlfleretit truck llliiliil hm well in helertil other line The effect of ami road comlltliMi. ' " of work underway xitrfl llti4ii-- t on eoncrete one to - vtnrttil. tjpi- - of road on eoucrcte and llltuinlliiM uearihk-- Hrfnre ure to i lia.e uiik Mudli-- nml l oti liiIi- lo determine tlo rva- year. Thl I of formation of wim- - and mui for the to he continued ami etilarpiil. Over and to nettle inootnl i or lab hne been road the pnper wl- - r.ii iUeiion One In iluplkate imIiutkI iiccreimte lure uiiil the I on n carefully drained dry Men-thain tiltumlnoii road. to Iion the ; the other fl'to nit leu- - of iHITerent ty- - of1 name kind of miIiltiiiIi- exievt thnt it III he Imlli. ' Idlumllioll ioiinii'tloii I wet ami a nearly T1iiie will Imlllile Itilltlire of differ- a MMlhle hy ihihii of hm uutlerlylni: ent iiiiilmiilial snolliiL- - mid with drain tile and lile dltche mint with f of Idliiineii of wiiler. dlnVreiit dej.-r- of lianlneo. Section ioi-ni- l will The teotlllK of thee are beliit: eoiwlruolnl on a circular du Mime time duriui: the month of irmk ahout rtti feet In May and will be hy mean of u new t wide. On lit the rmilwiiy luiiact nnu lilne now heint; coiiKtructiil l a lid roudwa) will eiiilpil with olld which Mmulatc .the actlen of the rear Ion arm) trw-On thl imirhltu win el of a tnu-kIn n tin-- . The Irmk will he ma) lie mouiitnl tnn n wiuvi ot inner ii nine kmi h m ii to iim-- r priutlriilly tit lzo and welcht enrrj Inir differ the entire width of the roadway ntul ent kind of truck tire. Till u- of from 12 to will trutel at a u to nitii may be m J. mile an lwr for tl- - or M the different luadltii: and t ure month, or until Mime eiilHii'iit loiidltloii of ii )ari:e Mirlety liMilltn: In the wdutloti of the of truck- -. The idiih wilt I n hammered prohlem Hivolviil. hy iiienii- - of thl machine In the center, Resistance to Wear. on the corner, ulid i n the hie- - n un There I a to nlitiilli the illative to he lor tlie-- o lllfferelll to what I the mper tldltloll. unci iii oelwtlin: ami jHilcim: eonrn-tSiiIimiII llietl'atloii are heini; 'im that will offer the treat--- t ilminl for the iiirMi-- e of htmlyliik' and HHoiHiit of to weur. At relatlte -- talillllt. Iliol- the preiiil Mine Judgment . I Iwnl litre coiidlllon, land upinrtltti: vultic on wear tool made In the laboratory I'ltTerint methoil of ilelermllillik the nml iimii the eoniprete lrenttli of bearlin; value of Mill- - are ab-nli-upon the -- trtieturnl tiHirn-te- , that I, a to whether kiiihII beam iiin-lrIi- umI In di-- lnl i large anil- ttreHKth of nml lirokeii In the Mhornlnr). The value. termlnliik' the relutlte lit of Hit- wear of The WHrplni; effe-of teihpenituri at'iual n cotHlltleti mi cnnreti hi road Mirfmex with ulid the IihIIchIIiiii- - olitalinil In lalnratory aelHent I nl-- o IiWiic I wholly Mttltfac-tor)- . not and iuovemi-t- t are helm: evirlniriit reconleil craiihleally on contlmiou To throw more tight on tht tub-J- chart. In mill it ltii to tlioe tempera a uoor lo- - I to he made with lure ami iiHitenietit meaureuirit the on the -- uhftraih1 nmler the the iohiIIIhui- - ai)iroiuMliiie th Mentally found on the road. Thl li- -l concrete lnb are olitalnetl hy uienii Will InrlHile iiIhiHI ItA MH'lloll of eH-.ntof Mill pn- - ure . Thl lne-tltlon will kIi Mime deUnlte Inforiwitlou murine wrfiire. eoeli of a illtTerent iiMility of the Mipirt orfenl by -- uli the iHlllli belli-- : nrlod by crado to rlfld road. Tlil lrlHi- - of the different iiscri lin Imvii umler way for In the mlxtHre Mime lime nml will eotilluue proNilily ilineretit iroMirlioi ami amouiil of kdxliii: water. TIm-for it )ear or more. oti a The of loud throiieh ii Ihm are to be i Inulur runway aliwl ikV) feet In etr-illfferent t)HK of miincul to the uniforotHV, the runway bo4ni; I lllVOkllk-iileby nilikTinli- - I wide. mean of ol preiire cell iluceil on tin thl ruiiwiiy will he operated a lin- - ktilicmdo under the iKiteinenl. Hinlly loiiMrili'ted eur with two Thl let will iilut lo khow the eiHlppil with tolld relallxe upiort offered to hrlck nml truik wheel rulibi-tintun I IikiiIimI to repre-eother t)pc-- of block pateiiienMiy con a truck. The uir will he uuldetl by crete luike and broken ktmie bnten, miirII nillroad mil in hold It In miI TliU liiteilk-ulliii-i bit hceii umler way linn the potter beluu upptlod by iiieiimt for iiIhiiii one year and will continue motor to the rear wheel. fur Mime lluie lo conn-- . nf an ebi-trlA largo nutuber of proiiilmtit end Thin will be opera lei I ariHind the miliar rillitvny ut it tpetil of iicer and otherk Inleretleil In rood probably ".II mile un hour. Tin' tet work hate vlkltnl the Arlington Kx pcrltaeiital ttatlnu lo wltnca the prc- vlll tntolte the um- - of truck wla-etwith different kind of tire urullon and conduct of expert' nml will linlinlc the Ue of melitv. It U llitemleil to nil IIicm- i l A whivl will priijcctt In full ibu.ii. by the mid Motality nbii be to Eel the effect die of June. VUltort ure ultt jyt wel come mid thoke In iliurgc of the work of wii ueittlerNtail wear tet. t U to are iilttii) Ti - hjtM-- t of ihl clad to gle uuy lufnriua of the t Iml dolreil ulniut the eipcrlimiiu, i'ii i. ... the ro)nllte ut-siAcrl-eullur- hii hi thenear ttutlon ex-rl- ii- liWuiili aitual by ma litncry. The machine now tn UM- - cut un crent nlank of wiihI into mnfch pllnt at light- nine poeti. ti- end of the opllnt .. ... tit ll,w..itnl. n nm fllltl -I -' bath and receive ttwir head. m, qtiantitle flaking Matches. intiirntil out - In huce i I Anger Irflictt Woundt, I n wci.pi-i- i thnt l handled liy tht hlude" i.rd he who e It I, cure ft Intllct the ili-pe- t wound upon bltnHlf Wnith may tirlke hinvy bbm. hut It cut Into the xoul of flio one makes It hi "Ai.fc-ell-i tet. Exchanged Thnt the couiiiiutiU-atlou lt nrol "' rod, , lt with other nation It thown hy Dm-- fact that Ksyptlaa pottriirab and tnMUlet, tery and 'r. iv terra cotia figure- - are found In tin- ii iiih of different po rted, dagger and Jewelry nre fair! ci n ti.on i.nd a k.ifety pin. 3,Ul je.rs (1 I .at would Mill work. It xalil to Iumfound. I'hot-nlclalln-nz! - llliiiir idea. wen- - In rontnnt a' . i United Statet Mints. There nre live I'nlled State mint. (.'arwn , (Ity, Netv Fram-Wo- Pcnver. I'lillaih-lphla- , Orbiin. Sun home of the flrxt coterniiient mint, f'oln from the vnrlou mini limy he ' litt niirliil hy their mark, thou- - nf '"i flty being Initialed 0. while O M. nd for New Orletin. S for Sun ' Kr.ir.i men and I for I tenter. I'lilln-..- on r oln alone an unmarked. ' rbrKil in Science .Monitor. ; i the -t -' ep-rltHe- MILLERSBURG COLLEGE Catalogue Furnished On Rtquttt, Write to DO C rl&nCT, U U iiiI prT J rrMldi,MJIfl('(.Kt. ki-t- it po, outdoor port.; mIc. JMnt CIRLS and YOUNG WOhfEN Located !n the beautiful 'Blue Crtu Region' of Kentucky with ncw buildings and modem equipment. OrTert many induce. ratnltlo CArrfuland ducnmiMtinf ftudy ko wiJi to pUe lhir tkiuiiti- Cotir include if m UMidingu Mkool. mu.ic artofand eipcu.iofi. tfit.roUir ptrp t I Limilrd numb.i collree. lonr. imMiiiin t tMibJ. iniuitt GvmiiAiuim. tttimmin JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR p'fl ftd in.pMirttf Kotn titollulath. hi. A iir-iiilac- Langurge ) Qulrkett wnv i mm nn .ill round i nH-rnti- oi-rut- npi-ra- 1 rei-ill- le illi-ulo- Mnorlci.n out of .i new nrritnl I to In :earh lilm te thlk :hl Held, noturalizeil alien etui n iii-rfii- l for tho country they lane ni.opied or. which ha idoptiil them If )oil want to tpllt lain-- , thnt (iinirniecnt the la! vnu thnwul IHWIS In stir country ten xenr older, unable tn per cent Mk Kngll-- 'i The other jf our fonigni"'. r. Mipu).ttlon tpcnk KnglNh n better than the native- iorn. I I j Too Much. very Mont niall mounted the cnle ,i dettntown ilrug-tithe other day and dropped a penny In the hint. There wait Mime wait, and the clank- nc .itnl rMitllng nf the Inuitrd of the contraption, and the polnnr tiniilly enme to rest not lar from He:wk mark. There wn an unncn wi:ito Ihe ceremony, ami, n the mhiii-wIiiti- fjt In. ill ui'i-filll- t itintcniplaleil the ro-- .ult ' it the voles" of a wee miiiiII Ixiy pipul up fnini behind blur "Su iiow did It CO time man) Ml-"- uroiindl" e lllte-tlk-Htl- nc -- ui - - mo-tu- re Open tlie Door to Success BY OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT 1 ' preri e o-ll- pi con-i-rH- etim-eriilu- ciMH-ret- WITH US. d. fi-- 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS ?5 DEPOSITS. n-r- r nt Tlie Garrard , Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS I s iiulid Hii-m- iiou-tkl- Klii't-tlrn- he uil OF THE WORLD. iiH-riinen- r L on The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Aug 3 1922 AIM TO PORTRAY BARGAIN DAYS CLOB PRACTICES nr A Keal Scoundrel CLARA DZLAPIELD ANNUAL STATEMENT AND AUDIT REPORT of the Gnrrard County Bord of Education For Year July Hanks ami ImMvMxuki. ItG-Hl- , Teachers nf Garranl Cattnty. tOUU-lUKl. 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922. Outitantlinf IntUhtnlnni on July I. 1921. Itarrawed monrj unfwW iwltrfca LnncnMcr OniJa.1 Scho!. !20 t'J21. uamtid ttsittan aapaW natary Helen Om, nwid claim Other laxhibteKlaotH, lVM-lPlItfUO-lHlt- at this j Store .ocll Monday We nil kind i Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday food.stutr.s at oxtra low on our iHii'KtilH ilny. of quality prices Individual Exhibits of Boys and (.ei'laM Ml, ..!. n N...a(f Mkn Mute, with band Pltvtiiie. (ith H Girls Eliminaltcd at Eastern helpleo Mppeil. the flKtiil of h Im) Ikm nttNHl hefore the mllll.nalre. who. States Exposition. MiHikini: a riaar. etoktul tMi k at him. Ill ho)ltol frland: Vhat re. Hire TO EXHIBIT MODEL PADDOCK ll'Hi came oter him at the (bowaht! He and ItHI .$U,14t)J VOOH.IO t, .... . IU0.00 1,1'JO.IC l. fouht Team From Thirteen States Will Give Dally Demonitratlont of Method! Used in Work Medals and Ribbons Awarded. tlo- - to pltitvileriil apple now Jotm had ptaJ ether rami thetr hnrptiit days occur oicli week and ate noted at t!u left in tlifc ad. Thou : We solicit your prices down to a leol that is satisfactory to hath buyer and seller. in keeping Saturday Will you take advantage of a good thine? GURREY & OULLfeY A Child' Prayer. liny llrookllni; ml attended church with Imt mint and slie illil not full to bow Imt IuikI In prayer. Wpd tin- - service wm over Iiit aunt asked Ii.t: "Wlint illil you pray for. tlr- liner "Oh, I wa. nklnc that church inlKht ihmiii be over." wa thf une.xtect. nl reply. Hoton Transcript. A "Take Him Down a Peg." To take a peron down n pec or two to cause him to uft.T In dignity The e rel.m ihwh from thf rtntomof l.otcrlnc ttoIt n ,,,., I ,,ri. honor blaher in ,!,!T. lm (.. I remitted hp ttnir. l.y n tin.t It - attached idilpi. color the creator the lllll wn wnm.n, and he had million He i;Ihih-iateHit hi Inlty tatll. and hi e.ie felt on a fnrWN)- IhrHre. ti.p.rlm.M MatMHlie h) the rntmt ittain tr thf Aertfiiltur. I lie beekme., t'nllke provloti jimr. then1 will he ami the flcwre iipprwHcht!. It wu the hntler. no Indhlduat or competing club He nodded, ami the iHitler, els!nit exhibit of tnemN-- r of irnit hy the arm. klekivi Irtm out and clrl' agricultural and home eco- the tUltor of the room. nomic cluli thl jenr tit the ".Mlcrahle titan, ran notiilnt; touch Slate eMilton; Instead the exhibit will Hirtray practices tiwd hy rlnh jour lomrtV whlpereil l!emor.e mNoh," atiwerei the mtlllonntre. niemher dlnrleil nvoerntlvely hy He went out It wn 'UIim day and lleec) llake were ftl) full liii; from the kle "nr on" wa the coutid of church hell rlnrlnc He tnile on till he en me to H nwrtll frame huttdlne In a nmr mrt of the town. Ul'hollt knorklHS. he went Ih. Ite-le a wretched tire of em I t4en f. iii the rnllrood tntik Ml ii thin, woman with ehll i.ierliik'. fIin She wa a wMimv Kite tHrtwd I r liHtcaril face mi htm. t Idly he preentel her with a headed. "MortBase UJIi." She vhuddereil, ami her art llnl) alMie her liead Ci4d4y It Huitel twHard the door, ami. Mh n i trie. I face he crept wit the Miow in her thin liitter. "Wretch, hae jm no lly? whl-x- ' ed the bnrttled lien re at hi !le. NtH mK a hit." he anuertl. t (tin a crate In the little n. l a thmre ' i i I. in the falllRi; It t anted n iiiournful fttce m Mm It wa a Ii lar atMiai It maMer Poultry at Eastern States Epot,t on. ' . erate. i' e urate wa Hot hi wa. Imt la -I StaH' the I't ") e rvuheraMre of hi utminefi'i't'im he rf K ilt ! . U'nr.i! ili ri ni. I it .". k ke. Ih faltafHl heat In the hmd - cre'k, hneil the orehrK nanw Je MuM IM trt, AtHl 4. Total ! ImMim4m at tm.Nainc of P?d Out Durln scheml jraar ...... .$l3,ir?7.S8 The Vrr .IIT.tM.S0 . I. I. I. S. ,rrrri dir c. 7. 8 SitbtrKei of Teaehor.t f AtiwiiiMrNtHm flUlrai Salaries ami Kxpets I'o'toKe ami other Attefeistirat.va rtifaaaaa New ItulMMtt ami (irvumk I!cpalrt ami IwprHVemett . Furniture ami Iviuipment ...... .......... ..... ...... .......... ..... ... . COi-lHila- n.itis.u STt.'JU 30.0S . . lo)' la-to- Supv)les Ineitlentalt . . Fuel anil Janitor Service l. Transportation ut l'ufU, llttaaa 'MU 10. Tuition 11. Repayment ( llurrawetl .Mnnlf I 'J. ........... . Sw4 el 280.0I 2,01 1. t.sa i.i i . . . . U I Intcreit . 13. Insurance 14. I'al.l to Crailetl IK. Uncbivtifiod Skal htrinK ...................... .......................... ............................. .................... rar ......... I4H.0I It. I00.S lMJO 47ii.K) 7K.'2H . Mllll 7 10.HS Total 1. mtM mi ,JUM.S.I .itl.A43.24 . r Received Dunnf The Yesr 2. Hz I. . acl State SWI F'mttl TaHty Sfbtml TaxatltHt OoixmtWateit ami Sttb4iHrlt (5rnJil Soheml Tuxatmw Ilorrowwl .Mtmejr I.trtl. SJRtO.SU 7i'..0 Tuxathsti r . 19.0IS.S3 1 1 ral ). Other KeetpU 13tT.H tim ywir ll Tl raeeiretl tttiriai; Jll.Hi .- 76 Recapulatton 49 51 s IialoHe in Trntry Jljr 1, ltUl Tatitl received tiunai; jtmr Total af iMlaim ami lice! Tatal aut tiunai; yaar Ilalance In Trewiury June St), 10tS ASSI1TS AN!) M.IM.78 M.tVI 2 tSJISd.tl VBAR JUNIT 30, J 11122. ST.tt l.lAIll.lTir.S Or Aorll Valuri E.llmated AT CLOSH li; l School ItutltiiitHa ami Oroumts Slml rurUure UbrortH rrweka. etc.. A Mniwavt US. WO M St.tOtl tM lek'e. Will Never Crow Old, A J'ouiib woman can't help think. nj Flora--- "! won't marry u limn who' won't look mi! Mral;;ht In tin- - t,e when ,'IH' " w'" never crow old. hocnu come for that lie'a talking to me." Doru "Then l"ns bofere lh In the law of wiiir Vm longer dearie." Seattle 'here w"l ,M Tnerc-'- s a Reason. nature. It l In Weight. In wolKht may le creutly affected In different way. Some men loe hlx ttouiiils or invert pound during a Turkitli IihIIi. while other g'lln nearly u much In n n Hjiinlly Kt.ort time hy deep ilrlnk Ir.e. Variation City of Many Language!. The iionmtl variations J rvpreeni tlite-- . of etery ii Hie xlolte, nation and i tt'tx and that etery laiiiittace Is ftokcn. It I n.iui i. n to NT (tUn written In ' "" mi''' tlif.crt ot luiiKUHSeM on tlo fr- -i i cf e :etuii ini ui-'- nwried that there are In DIXIE POULTRY FARM White Leghorn Hens and Pullets for sale. The home of Prize Winning White Plymouth Rocks. i 00 OtfUre Kmrtmw"Wt 750 00 Other Aaewt Mill tMllle--." wltt. .Mi I'nrlet l n frtrmor rtttti mem. efel UemnCM.. "See what I prepared her. now ecnnvetetl with elwh wori ytMi, iHbtalliHt maa, at Tetal Aw eta for .ns7.i!ooo a local leader The exMMt will la A woman MmmI befure hi tttmr. far-IQue ttlona plw . elude dalrj and .lenkla the hHtlrr. wlm keM M JMiultry. The swine will he III a Hiwtel a Hat, ImiiertartMihlo haatl. She w i. Arc the recaraV oamaUte ami weB Vmt7 Vo paddock, with oiliW) liuHe. a rihttit. ciiiloh Itcwre. with thin. kmVI Do the rtainis Htl all ill.buramMta at r wallow e hair that fell about her ctrll4i fare (Star. 4St)H-- a Ky. Vim. nnd ereeji ller OfHre we itrllah tmi la Iter 0a im ihstl ati Sm bilU fur alt eaum mi4? Yk Miss Farley Won Prizes. arm (4te rarrteil a Utile irlrt, wIm! Dm ym im4 eamsahai vauraer far alt be wlNwaVureil IIh Karle Iwean her work a a Mlrrvtl idtewm-l- ) a Ye. club iih'IiiIht In UM.t at the ace of ten. Itotli were wet tltrtmait wltk the fwll 5. eihlh-lte- l Am the Mil and mchr tiled wperly aaaj when he ralet umio them at the fair, hut recdel n Th Klrllh titmre heM tmt her arm ortier? Ytak prlie. Fnilaiintol he tried for two In 4tidlratlt. Ill wife! THrneil J 6. U Ike rotiat) ifhal oil ice Umt in Deia4lsisa I more jeari when ! won the lOHtHid from M mwr Uiuhm' fce laid hunitsl ami araWimem a tke eeatrul albs at a prize of J2..'iO. After that nhe ew the oaroM. ttMHild be kept? Yt. I larciMl her actlvltle to Include hcn: me bark! "Forelte we' Take Liitbilitirti Onlni l after the hens she added vLn In litis wilt tmt more fat the mr mtxt Since wlnnlnc the neeoihl prize on $ time!" Far llarrwwt! Maatty. I. O. O. P. Ialk'e V4.M ters. Home of her product have taken The KetHtmlrel reatl tM In her taute Ta Mr. Uiam II. Itetwnrtls prize each year. In 1MB idle continappeal. He raited bl foot and Ta A. Caller W4Mr eWtl.iW ued her work rnllnc tens, pit: and MHirned her With a ileHtlrlHi: M0.00 Ts Lytla CriMlllU alio threw up her arm, caucht a cow, hut she withdrew from comctl-tlo00 having had Ax yearn of rluh huhy on the iHriim-e- . ami tottertHl To Flanmee Me.Martry her 1,500 01 To Citizens Natkinal lluak n out Into the now At present hr ha, a 5.I00.OO remit of her rluh work. 'SI head of "MoiiKter! I J'Hir heart athimtil(" To Hank af Hrynntsville laying hen. .'ii) tiliei the itMebral cotHtlilin of tiwk. ntiout .M chicken, three liore (Kie a vndille hi adtciituroii. Total Imlel.tedaeM June 30, 1052 11I4M.M j horie and three wacens. She ha "I dunno." answered tlo million, (Thl ettltweat must be ma lie an ar before Urn An day af AtMtsat for clothed hernelf fur three ear and U aire. irhoel yeur rlsini; on June 30. KxamlimtioH af all Hunt voocheM helplni; aty for the farm where he He went Into Id mlallal hall nnd will le maile by the County Judge or hy aectwataat saawinUd by h.m Copy now, ha her tock int dawn before bl Ore. How dti- of thU settlement must be filed at oaee with the CaUHty Court Clerk ana ar.. l In that room!i ant It Demonstrate Club Work. othur copy shall bo snt to th Superintendent af ISiMic IttHrucMon by tne the Ilelde thl exhlldt. 10 ilemnnMrn-tlo- n KxpetlMte hook fwtorcd wore wall., tenth tlay of Auu-tt- . See Svctwtt t tOH and 43(ttu-a- , Kentick Sutu'e ) of laealciilalde value will gtvt rwi team fnwi 1.1 tati I have examined and aualtetl tiK1 accounts of Jas. A. A bete r. tount ltoeli ' eareleM!) nlemt eter) where dally leinontriitlon of melliod nsd de'e of fyraMure wh either iwtlmtf- - Schooi SluperialeadeHt ami Treasurer af the (Mtrrmrrf Cacuit) Hoani of Kau III their elirfi ick The demontm uu) or miitwMl cutkm, antl Ami the receipts, ttesaurettmeaU aad bawaco as aata-.- statad tor are hoen In their A llaore drew near. It wa the hut(Slun.l U. M. TKhVUm'AY. tati im aceeuiit of their nWllt In ler. Seerlilee With emotion, JcttklH Hl W. hImi. 10 thU work. Tltere County Jaciew af Coanty above named jildslng team III drew forth a pteie tf wter tm wldrh Hate July 21, 11' 22. fi'.i.i the hiim be bad written M thouiratii. Mute, hih! exhthll of telt linen of The above ettlement i verified ami approved "I luite ertil jour nramlfather. rluh work will Ik- - Jwdsed. Thl will OSCAH HAY. II. V. HANKY. ertmdfalher. and Kl' the teatN Hod other rluh motif votir urealcraiitlfalher falthfullj )wir ( hmnnai; f ! Accountant f K tj 4' b fori creoiireai lierx pnwtit the "inrtwiilly to i JAS. H. All.NF.lt. the Mmililrel July 21, 1922. hlk'ti stanilard animal, product, atnl M'Mtlty llltte Seirc'arN .f t f K ut it.'i other uiHterial. KxrtM will irle read. "IJkewUo your fnllter uiol jour mi forde that or. .elf. ItHt Hnli'M ri'iiooti for iiaeluc the exhlltH err) hi: woiuau. miH-- t Iohvo yoar ert JiI'Il'ihI. which will lurreflse the Ice on (be I Till prox." value of thl feature. Mobil oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooof aaatnaa With a cittttompltlottii ceMHre the nnd ri'ihottti will he nwnrded all MttttHtlrel 4ekcd up it doee of coal team thowln? icll leticy In Judatne. 1 If rltlli oieiiihon. wh to exhlhlt tbdr HUtl Kuhi: It at the faithful old products they ma) enter the k'eVtentl tor. who fell. MNimed, lol't the conleitii open to all exhlMtor. A radio outfit iHitallml on the "fan tHdhlHE toHcb jmi?" whl tjltlon croun! ut Cump Vnll will peretl the IhmmIi! IlKiire at bla nlde Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on "Nm. Mar), hi) dtmr." unwerel the niiike It for luli moiilium to "Not while wen iH.umlrol. ri4ni:. revlve luoHKf. Garrarti, Lincoln and Boyle County Farms up to woriltin on thl million ihdhtr protlu $45,000.00. The note that never comes due Forty-yea- r IIom. I'htip on tlte liiltHlretl feet of MORE LIME TO HELP CLOVER eene TmatAlionn, and that la loam with prepayment privilege. Communi. we'll bate the wbloiv I4t oter ucalii." catu by phone or letter with Crop Is Often Hindered by Lack of Material Other Causes of Now or Never! Poor Stand. ou "IClhtd." ho whUpert!. "will le In lie mw, Miown AhlMt.o liliCMhefli Fwrtey. near will fnmi the fanu of the I lutt tiiitrten. lite A mmirHfisI .meril. .Ma. "Still Imrm ltered rtmrrtiari )en reeaa4el Ihmmrti far Trwaia iiunioa MM SOtM 4t (w. ...h. e fit-feeile- Stav? riiiits aler. ......... te--lu- re n ......... ...... .........'........... I0 a4 - w-- totil I re'the - ' )er." 1 lire-4ne- i xoievts ooooooof TO GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS W i t come well I most cacn hlnilere hy lael, ot lime, ucrordliik' to the Statu Ak'rlcul-turacollek'e ut ItlwPtt. It Wte. uImi. seteral other eaue. umwDK which are horn crown heed, winter kllllne of ltwltiHie draliwue and too hinvy Mellntf of (he nure t rop. Clowr which tl'icii laarr) me" "I In l eo.tl. dn't know, t'bortle," iditt redle 6. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky NiaaaaHmMatffintNMMUlIMtaMmHNt W. 0..RIGNLY U. "Weil, when joil IIihI out," he mid. rMmt. "m4h! imt wont, will yiHiV I (hail he at Mattel llllnk'a until HI o'clock. If 1 iIom'i hoar from you by t ii en am aoltiK to Ufk her." Shit liurrletl up. 1 DICKERS0N TOOLS REQUIRED IN GARDEN Why She Worries. With Proper Equipment, Work Among Plants Oecomes Pleasure Instead of Orudgcry, "Jim' wife I totter ut poaee, when) he I out of her Muht." "In no," It lieeaUMtt I W. 0. RIGNEV ONice I'liune & CO. 33, kbit love "No; It beettitt him koT" he kumv hlitii Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers lb. Rrsidence I'liune R. P. BROWN, Prop. i M Bryantsvllle, Ky. Moit (MHtple reitard the k'urilen u u place to hoe und pull weed durliitf pure hcuri; u irt uf u (Henna ry uvll. ThU uttltude ran vsuully hit traced tu Inadjuute With proper tool uud tltuly attention, cart) of th inrdvn become a Dleaure. Explaining It. "We are offering lhee net only In S11) per net." oplv fill I ii nil "Well. I lioie )illl won't l'l.!lf Hie I ctin't uk uiicultltiited wheo I tell spare J'.inl." Lancaster, Kentucky. )tl s Tho Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Auk 3, 1922, 1 Railroad' FARE Lancaster FAIR Mr. and Mr. Phillip. f Corbin, MIm Dove Harris, of Danville. I t'lmcr Wyatt In thr RUent nf arc uprmllnc their vacation with Mr. vlilini; her sUter, Mm. PatUe Andor-to- n Ilnuan, in Hlrhmnnd. Louisville & Nashville Tom Mr. Phillip:, Mk N'oll IVlphroy v.ltlnB Ma-H- Ynnthi. pnrrntu, thiHr and'Mrn. hnmv Ilpforf return in .Vlcholanvllln thi wnk. ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP Mr K. Im Owffem left Tuesday for thfy will motor for a vitit In Ohio n visit to Mr. Ilea l.etehcr, In Louis. and .VtnKnrn KnU. Ml A Ike Sutton win n werk-cHt- ! viile EXCURSION Kutt ef MIm Wllllo Mni llotirno. Com!ni and A drill MMUn el th Itcv. V. M. Pahnotrr and family, of Wi Art InltrttUd In. Mr VersnMlns, on, l.ula J aim f Goinjt by Thoti Mh Mnry Mh Walker, nf I'nlnt Winchester, were dinner KU'ta of to Mt. Vernon, Ky. $1.71 from hit f Mr. W. A. been Ihe Mrk. . the KU.t nf Mr. J. K. HI Mr. and Mr. Porect Stapp Sunday. Price M Clara and Mary Paltuctar remart'. AfVOt'NT a v,4t l Mie mained over MIm Ceeil Hatssm returned Men. Mr. and Mn. IM ltos were wsitnrs Mr. Turn Auntln awl Mi Hnfth'! Mnmfe and Lucille Stnnt. dity frtm Hnnwrwl were she vfsltod Ilitnry In Lexington Monday MT. VERNON vint to Ulfhmowl for thf day fries). . Mr. Jhn Itrtoori, who ho Itren Taay. Mr. K. W Morrow um bwn a reTickets on ante AuRust 8th. to lltli., incluiive. tndyinK at the ummer term of the MM SflWe rOlttn, of Lexington, ha cent vtorter In limiln. Mb Darn llncnn ht licon vltifitr N'ormal school, i Ticket good for return to reach Lancaster before inemllni; n few been the gu4 f her father, Cnpt. T. Mr. Waltor ArnoW at day with her Brnndmtlier, Mr. hr midnight, August 12th. Mles Martha and llnhM (till Irnve A. Whin. . IlrynnUYtHo. been recent vWdlnr m Lx5ncto. N'aeh Mcttratn. hefore rrturnlnit to For further or detailed information, apply to Mr. MnnJw PriM, Mr. K. Mr. fJiorct' Ilallitwnwl Mr. A. K. her home in SharnabuiT. Mr. Jt4T Lorter. nf Danville, was local ticket Agent. and Mr. K. II. Itatm were WatW t to ItWhMtorMi Txitwbty . In l.anesr .Moodojr cm but .Mli I.ury, Ilerndina and Mary visitor In Danville Monday far th' ly. Kntsle left on the Tueedny morninK Mr. C,HfU Daty k soendlnic wral Mis KttzsihetJi ItpiH Sim Ms, nf MIm ClrtUo I.ans f Danvilht, trnin for Ilertw, where th.y will visit weeks In ClNlmmti with relative. Lexington. I vMUmc a?er num. Mr. Mr. W. K. WnMen and cake h lMn thi- - k"ut nf Ml IMlIk their Home t 'uanv attractive ani uni-- ' MfrM othr rekitive for a few ilnyn, takinei Mu Nll N'ohrnd he returned HhfMrfm I'. Ilrown and Mr. Ilrnwn. CrutVW. (que ffnturr "f entt'rtainmnt in trx Fair while in that dty. (mm n visit to Mtw Mamnret Hughes y MIm Dsrotby Danlnp returned Mr. artd Mr. (IttofKv Atnonn, of provi.lt .1 for the jruft. Nar the in I.ojlvllle. r, from a nitt to her Mia tried brand new idea i Kthwheth Chiroro. nr t'opittstwd fur xlt t Inwn party at Kiehmund laaUondeil aya cioae of tne party littl "lluildie" outA in several localities being enon U'ihIn.--dthi Mr. II. t. Waller, in Lex-- I Mr. W. II. MBn. Mnster Maurice ChrttfWr, of Kinnaird, denrer than ever in a little evettine which a (fit en by Mr. Mit of yellow linen, carried in a for the first time nnd the reultant Somerset M vMtir hie aunt, Mrs. melon. .Mio Mariri ltmylj.dd. of report i being eagerly watched for Lneian Me Cord at the home of kh Jar Will Dktkorson. Re bmkrt of gifu and prevented Mr. Palmeler and daughter, Ms ha Wtm uniHni; th wnmk mother, in honor of hit eou4n, Mr. ky localities that have experienced them to Helen Ktair. Thoe who at- Mr. Sam Hasobion nod Mr, tt. II. Clara FahtMner. of Somer, were with Mh JotvitMni Itnnoy. th unuiii trouble and diftatlfnctiong William T. Dneraon. at WeWnntoH, iut4ajl fhiai k ii fitfiai ts.'ooi gueata Sunday of the family of Mr. ltourlan.1 attended the HnrrotHmrj: Mr. Lilll S. Konnody. f CarlMf, KanM. Ilurnide. Helen Stapp, Frnnci. Ung. wu" n," Fnrost Stapfi. ftiir the Mi weoh. ' for a "'""""""y Dunlap.! Thv nw mi rWtinK Mr. and Mr. Chartix Mr. and Mr. L. (i. ravidon ami Mnry Bd.th Walker. Dorothy e " reK1u,i'r usjnK .Mr, mn lltggrnhetham i spend. Thomt0". on Mnplc nMUt. Mnne Knrle. Virinm Aldndge. Mnry Mk I.uk Anderson U vWtini; her Mn, Hokert Itatown and Oten Cor,At "nl' k'"0 ,nK,ntL lxint;laii. wlwrc i' Ihv a week 1. Dnnn. Nancy Thomaa l.,.r. KI..e aunt, Mrs. Jkw WnWen and Mr. Mi ilattte Wett and Mr. CarIdea whnKct ,,rtl Mianr Willi.. Mr and fMly II. don. lnwlxdr f Iht r0iT, Mr. M at to Wnklen. in Danville. rie Davidson, returned from TnNi, Hntfleld. Marguerite Thompson. Mnr- -' yU (Minr llmrr, whi i rritimlljr ill. llotirno wn vWtnr of MhM Mnry Okla., arrivinic yetrJay mornlni;. --.ret Scott. Chritln.. Swope. Kthel ' w Clark, in Lexington Tu4ay. MIm (rtrin JduMNi, nf Stanford, 'h,nk,nf ,v,'!r1;-- - Po- out and hock and re- - Itnney. KVelyn Tucker. Joe Ilrewer. Mr. and Mr. KoWrt Kinnaird and lhy motered n tti,h ftiHlHit; a fim-- tiny with hn ) ava,,ab!t' Mi Coorirotta Walbr Mt for port a delightful vfcdt, hut ome lnd of Oklahoma. Jol,phlne P.nney. Wixa. MMm? litU mm, llnlnwi. Jr.. rvtnmwd Snn-a- r commumty that can be Y9Ur Mr. U'. M. raiitt. bett. Simpoon. of Lexington. Klia. will road ttmm a riait to Mr. Ktawntnt' Jolliru, loot Tnivniay, whttro f"r M,rh l"n vVvnt ,holil,on Wtt. Swope ami Annie Lee Swope. of n"" vWt rhtUv for a fw wtb. Mr. M. A. HirtiniiHC and HMtlMr. Mr. ItorrliHrinn Kin r t'nt,1r" 8',"m inte Mi Martha and Helen CUI en- Usinoton nnd Marjorie Ilraytleld. of nf in I.stn!tM. Va. lliHinini:. Hf I.xiHi5n. ar that you arc Mr. X. II. lieeord, of Iitoniu, tertained Monday evening with a ymnl ' C. Mr. J. I eagwr ti have the lecal folks give It Mr. and Mr. Jnkn Gill KlaUMfed viaiUnK her parent, Mr. ami Mr. A. moat enjoynlde porch party nt their " a trial. home on Maple avenue. The perch Mr. I'mrl (IuMhj- - nl MW HW.n and litth an. John Mrrw, Mr. and II. Yehon. on llanrfokn llekt. I If you have doubt a to the Iden Outtt)' arx kiwtt of Mr. and Mr. .Mr. Jn Walter. Jr.. Ml Go! and home wn Utttity deeeratel in Mr. and Mr. Karri Yeouer attendbeing an excellent one, jutt make Dunn, in l.txujo. for a motor Ir.p to iMjrton, Sprint; ed the hurled ef their unnt, Mr. T. Mimmer llower nnd ileliciou refretb Junior Boy and Girli Camp , a mental list of all thoie n the com Ohin. menb wire iM.rved. About twenty-ilv- i' I). Newland. at Stanford Frklny. Mr. Dan Durlnn, nf CyntidniM, b Md and munity who could be persuaded to vuU - prtent. Mr. ! vtaiUnK hvr dauuntor. From Awfftitt U to lHth, Mr. Chat. furnifh member for the program. th 'J. U". Mnrrwan Mr. and Mr. Fred Snyder and Rico with Thmnai and Mr. Thowa. l.xiniHi Itnard of Cmmmttrte at th children, of Somertt, fcnve htn twoMr. Harry bridge entertained after- Taylor. Farm Agent and Mr. (Jrubb. It will surpriffe you to lenrn the large Saturday table of Kontntky riMtlnc Mr. and Mr. Ilrynn Wilntot. Home Demontration Agent In llayle number of real good mudciun. vocal Mr. WW I'alMor and wfe wnr is MtwtiHK nf tn rntml noon at her mrhurbon home in honor coanty. anil MIm Joyce Syler. Hme.nl Instrumental, .pisikers, renders, nU cnmiMWial ! tlvr held at Ur- k t vUt ..lui tk.. . 1.1 are in of Mr, lien Hume, of ltuhville, Demonstration Mr. and Mr. N". MWer Agent in Garrard ' on,I trout. fcmit wuuiii ...ill! 1.. Iii'nnI Frtdny -- Umton )lnld. willingly hrothvr. Mr. (Jwrjf Ind.. and Mr. Klnter Hayden, of San county w.ll conduct a Junior Club their services. of Covinton tht wook. the ! of Camp for the club boys and girl in Ml Jnan Mewnt and Mr. P. K. tkeir n. Mr. Joe J. Miller and Mr. Anirelo, Texa. who are xtintt The average chautnuqun company llr. and Mr. Harry HudMNi Mm Helen (.ill .Mr. J. K. KlMr-- . rowntion Miller. fMnduti; tWir rwation with ridnthNM ) Mtmnry attnnnVd th the eotntie on Mr. Hugh Wayne'. always exacts a large guarantee with LunchreeivNl the hit;he.t aeore. , rfven by Mr. John Lynn .n Ian a number of responsible citizen back farm, Danville pike. in t'VVMinufttttrir. and SnnntsllrW. Mi Kdnn Itne. of Lebanon, and eon wa wrvvd at the cenelu4on uf ' vitU- - Tniwday afternoon in honor nf Thie camp are open to elub boy "f ke aoreement, and usually thee te al,nV Mnt hle Moore, of Sontertet, have the game. Mr. Klce will be Mio Jrnnt IliuKtM. win .Mr. Jack Monnt, f Atlanta. (,a. hote. and girls only. The canits are con- Iwck ef the guarantee bus to come keen the Ruer of thoir ajnt, Mr. to her bride ehib of Stanford Thur inc Snmmpr .Shnnl at th HiehntMnd with a sum to cover the trolled locally but the general pro- aero pvnt tW wu.nd t ham. N'ormal. Mr w day afternoon. h. Will Harry CnitehtVld. gram for instruction and recreation i dctiriency. . ...... ......i 1 'n I It. .lb With a home talent chautauquu the Mr. Homer Jenninu. of (IreenneM, fumi'.: i b..- :he Co!gv of A r cul Mr. W. M. lintflr. who ha a.xri ; dn.hiy for n Illinoi. ho Joined bh wife for a Mi Klveree Arnold, the popnlnr ture, Lexington. to IMehinond Inat admission receipt cuuld be divided viaitint; jmcMr rtdatfcrtt. has Duur-n- . nnd nUrnVtive Kramldnuehtur nf Mr, . It. The oars and girl are invited to among the talent ufter expenses were t hr hom m N'ww OrlWn. viMt to h mot nor. Mr. Ilettt vMt to her parenta, Mr. anil Mr. J. 0. Ilurnside and who i to hk hoM. bfforf rftnm: r f agreonble to the talent I.. I In can and family. attend theoe camps, to meet other !IU,"- tpendintr the ummer with them at boy Mrs. KMMtMt KaulTwMH had fur hr aivl girls and receive inspiration thL' entire receipts could be turned W. K. Cook, of DanvUfe. had Mr. wjnk Mr, l.wo tiW Mr. Frank Martin and baby loft their home wn the Richmond read, linnor some local public institution such men and irnttxi Mondoy tve- - for her htowe, Atlanta, thfci momine mtertainod several of her young and counsel of trained Cm and Ml Cariitine Cx, nf Su a hor dinner II. a library, playground, community women. Ku' Maaon. Mn.wc Mr. W. afttTnoen. The I. out 'ndinic eeveml uik with frlen! yeMerdny after There w.ll be group .Instruction buiMiim or any such Institution that Sklhy Momm. Mr. and Mr. W. Fox httr father, Cnpt. T. A. lOkin. y beautiful idd colonial home wn tlnancially supported by local fntm H:00 A. M. to 10:45 A. M.. in Mr, (i'orxia Mtor Artvold ho and rhildrvn. nf 'ilhi Itarrv. deearnttMl in pink and white. . ilnnntluns. a vtU to hr U roth it. lVnn. Mr. Tom Ountry and 'Mi KIim- - this being the color scheme earned ,. . , C....1.. ... t i ... tr. front j,.., ...MVr- A.u- - fnuu th,. , ....... ..... .prri- iiifc,Mf. riivi Mr. Mark Moor and Mr. Mmirp in h4h Smith, of Ijtnoarter. will lenvr )m( ar I .us iwn. .. rco lho .iibtftil .. i. r,.,..i.i.. ,.. .. numv ...i... MIim Oirintln Cm. who w e cunurv ana name r.osnomic. rrom imiit toooy lor t nnntaunua. l . to peno , I.exinKton WBi(.h were served. About Imc th wnmntr h.f. tntrutind a ome 1:S0 P. M. to 4X0 will be play and chuutauo.ua is the aH important fact t time Danville Meemter. twelve you nit friend of Mt Wveree Mr. K I. OwJy and Mi Martyr fm- frirndt Satnniay tvvatac at iIm recrent:an, followed hy a rest period. ,wnt 11 would open an average of W. It. hnmo of .Mr. Mnrj Luwon, on Pan- I rnr M.a f Mr. Kathleen and lloolie Seal, enjoyed her iiracious hodtal.ty. r vwUh At h o'clock there will be a Camp . training to local talent, the value of . ti . ti i : onjnyod who have keen dnMt visitor of CuoK and Mnm MartptrH Ctwk. In vtih awno. Th "en unesumaiaoie. irot MU Manmret Doty and OMbom "re meeting with storie an.l tunU. Mr. nnd Mr. Kd Sale. returned to M.o Cox' charm inn holtIKr. IummII.- Saturday. " "ol nt are ont for the night. ''eni eiauiauiua Dt- - have returned from a delight-- " -th ir home in Moron last Tovaday. ncnaier next season, or a lycoum girl all sleep in one large fttl visit with their sister. Mrs. Thon-- ( Mr and Mr. lino Ford hod at Mr. C. A. lUmaoy ha mtirnod to ke care(ully watched course the cominr wwter7 .Mae as Piemtt. in Carrnrd county. Kmily and Will.e SHo ha Mhaxw r dinner rut-ahor hour in Lrli. Mich. 14 Ui . Mis Sarah Chenault entertained W ky competent womH. . C. M. Mourn. L Konrne, MoaM. Mr W M Kule. of New Orloa, had an esten.ied vkvt with her par--!V 1CW "to mother and fathers are invit-- , . d Snturday at dinner for Mimsvs KUlott m. Mrs. J X. Stofswo. lenU. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. llMmaWck Spook and Mr. aid Mr. T. T. to vwit e enmp at anytime. All TO CLOSK NEXT SUNDAY and Champ of Uncnster. who are, pent Tweadoy in Leamirton. and was areom)Mitid home bjr Mr. NIGHT member have alroady received Mr. Kal.- Whentt Norkole. of N'mvi tsVonrw 'arson and sister. Ml Mia Carolyn the house guest of Mb !H Mrs. N. K. llnsTio nnd Mia Jane Mice. Her guest were Mi not neceery Tke evangelistic services at the BHi-- l tkeir "ot, Hrlcaii. Is. arrived Urdnowiny for Dillon, who will make her a tkreo IsrUney Lstckey were icHosts of Mr. ott. Champ. Rice. Dolly Pickle. Mnryjt K . deUtils reganlinK the e Fair Viow Cl.nsiian church w'l vi.t to Mr and Mr. Tom WhorriU, wek' vtwt. Any further 'in formn-forand Mr. T. T. Hill TkMr4ny and thmughtHit the week, and eon- Mr and Mr. J. K. Storme. Lass-- ( P'es needod. Luxon and Marie the- - camp can he elude with the Sunday niffht service. Friday Mr, i.other GibW enter- Friday and aUensM the revival at reeardia enter-:- ' Mia Carolyn Rice M Maroarvt llockhpy. who UlsglU tained with a brantifnl luncheon nt Mnckeye. urd from Mle Je)eo Sylor. Home Keaido th jierviee oach eeoniitg at Uined Svmln; at noon for her ituenU.j MhtM.I at Mt. Olivet. Ky.. the pawl Agent. 7:15 4eeial meelinia have keen arnor komo in "Hill Conrt." Tk home Mis llaael j Demontration Mr. and Mr. J. It. ItSHsrste and .Mb Margaret Klliott and trrm. is th- - irneot of her niece. Mr. and Ubk Here decornled with sm-mt-- r 1' busy and make thi ranged a follow: I Hamilton and Mr motored to Champ, of Uncnster. Covers wore ke hwt campet in Mis Virginia Mourne Hamilton J Mower and delirious eats served. Kentucky. Tknraday at 3 P. M.. ervie for Vrrsnillo ktot Snttsrrtny Mid spont lohl fer Misses KUiott, Chomp. Mnrie fathers. Friday 3 P. M. serviee for lngford. Sarah Chenault, Mnry Mr. W H Du.r..... f Wellington. Cover .r.' laid for Mrs. Newt (,a. the week-enwttk Mr. astd Mr. I M Clara Hayden. f mother and old people; Satni'lHy .1 '..f Destroys r. ti:nu t fr..-Kliabeth Luxon, Dally Pickles and Mr- Hum. an. I son Ilradley rSonnte. it ng l.ex ngt..ii to. J. Iwptumal service at Cmmw's n-Mnry wter, ' . Louise Dsathcrac. - Mi DanVlUC Roundhouse I Pond; Sunday morninic at ten o'chsek, Mioses Jane and Mary Doty enter- - j fQimketh Lwon entertained Sunday f.r, . f K.i- - He In.) Mr at. I Mrs K! ' "A v. in Tcial.te .nd ngvl, Texa. tamed Friday wMh a atx 'efcurk iu ahlM with a ktsffet Innck for Miss n H.iv ic Hible School and nreackinK serviooni ur fan. Mi. K I. Hag in a F'r.- '.f unknown origin destroyed Sunday 3 P. M. sneelal mosnnge for tier at their iMisne oh Danville awoawe. Mnnmrot Klliott and Miss llasr! the I n ii roun.lhouse of the Cm ouiit iteople. uoeted hy radio, tke Champ, of Lancaster. Her guests, Suufiern Kuiiway i onii!inienttng Mrs. last Saturda nixht subjvtt keinx. "The (Ireat Vuwe," M Christine Cx. ktwifjo the Kets of kamor. wore about .3U o'clock. There haw been Xl ud4Hion In Mlsoss Carolyn Rice. Sarah Chenai.lt The House was ued as a lore room Mr .md Mr. V. K. Dttern and 14.111... U the rareUnn thus far. 3ti of them beIlu J L supplies af the ing confessions. Will T, and Mr. and Mrs. Hay- Robert Tel-- i etc. worBmen Leavell, woe aft sen so vnistors Kurnam. Islie roitmt, i fori, T. J. IeeU, William Wmrs. mg , ieJ m lJM af nhtmi t Mrs Miklr.Hl lpmn. of Camp NeL Ice Leo Ifldw. tolman lev, arte,, and ,. ,rourh. thNt tw nt.t ii !at frtmdmy. sainra kiun. -- nmnunu jf re rming acriilt-ntlThere will be an ice cream supper Mr. Luther lViyton and little on ",! uVt'p olfieiaU are p r Kiveii by the II. Y P. V. of the I af-A cUmax of delightful ' I'll vioitusg rtdotlvos in Oov-- i llillie. ar . ! thurchh, at tV home 'ne that the rtril. nc ixpnien :i I l. trt.-Peyton's b fVorinr Mr. I'. ... t i "' ..f'Mr. S. T. Sanders, on Danville ay a afternoon wrn Mr. an.l a franohiso Wo have . ii. e. Mm Lena llr.ght will hnvo on Tun-d. 11 ri n . .. in., ii.tht. Auicuct Pith nniT , .large of Dr. W. M. ltlUotfs otrire. Mr. J. C. Williams sntortame.1 at, Mil. ts J 2t. l.l for the brancli tkeir home on Richmond street in the railroad ,ir Mr and Mr. W. Fox and honor of the thirteenth birthday of ev-Idren. who have keen soeSMtin their pretty, attractive .laiiKhter. 1AI 11 Kl week with Mrs. LofanV mother. Ilebtti DUir. ?ar-u-w6- S. Mr. W M. Maaoa. returned twiay The beaut. ful. equirt!y furmah- J Louisville & Nashville l.. their home in Wilkrs Harre. Petiu. ed home mo tranoformed by a myriad J ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP COLUMBUS, OHIO. a Mater INsnarsl Thomn Miller, of of summer Huwers toIn tniryiand ut the porches yellow and while. ( i4rlrSon. West Va., who la' vlsitlag hall were bnofcet of goidon glow, EXCURSION This urivat Shoo Company lias more grand-parenMr. and Mr. N. and h I Mt'i.1 nith yellow tulle. I he music as "Devil M.ller. has been 2,800 CHAIN STORES in the ism un.( drauiatg room were made to Ky. $1.35 from in thu otflce this Meek and hel; the finest shoes uted bowers of beauty by musses uf yellow I us ut with our big edition. Tom ceo tahliat, senia, nnd soft UkuU. In FACTORY PRICES. in the world u 4 hustler ami Mlltsl the position as the din.ng room also the color "Devil" to perfection. waa artistically carritnl out. BRODHEAD Visit our tort ami look at thU jtrent lino or cataloKtio. Mrs. K. L Haisiin had as her guesta In the center of the table was n huge wito us for ilhiatratotl Tickets on sale August 15th. to 17th. inclusive, r n.lay, Mr. and Mr. Frank (laniard basket tied with ellow telle an.l and for train scheduled to arrive at Brodhcnd betwo' daughters, Mlsees Frances laden with golden kIow. Around the ,i 1. -- r Mary Cure, nf Akren, Ohio, Mr. edge ef the table stood the ii fore noon August 18th. Tickets good for return to Julmsie Jones, of Lexington, Mrs. W. dearest of little favors small yellow reach Lancaster, Ky., before midnight, August 10th. full uf tiny II Duereon. ef Wellington, Kansas, stein tied with tulle, For further or detailed information, apply to The ilelic-ouMr and Mrs. Homer Jennings, of yellow and white candy. LANCASTER, KY. local ticket ajjent. The Red Front fruit ice was yellow too, and serv HI, and Mrs. Walter Ar-i- n lirtenftrl.l, ' I uti'l children, of llryantsville. ed with individual yellow and Gossip About People vNv In gtit fr itir, w.-n- itr. n-- w-r- e Sot-unla- Talent Chautauquas grand-motke- Hrn I.x-inarto- n, k ln' c'"u'lu l'nu. ""'n". J 1 T ."J. , -u w- 't. fu Tur Let's J rilnd. rrntwd rlnr. ctr . - and-Mr- icta nt - artU-ticall- lm - ' i) I , '..: ..,. - 'e "' . I Pol-lar- rair meeting - 1 en-tinu- d. kna. i pi.i d -- It-- Fire -- 1 new shoe swured store mi for .. . lo : . tM-- 1 liv. ir mnir. Cream Supper mm-m- 1 Lan-.nu- lltit . . -- .sur.. I Mm Co. , 0eacoaga39aaaaBcg0tt Railroad FARE Brodhead, FAIR - j t. than States that are selling c at Lancaster a r nt : n 1 1 Sanders Variety Store s Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 3, 922 1 ' sale now a large number of two and three year old Leghorn hens that can Mr. Robert R. Vox attended the be bought reasonable They us trap-nes- t and pedigree their Lirds IlnrroiUburc fair Thursday. Mr. J. Hogan Italian) was In Stan for heavy egg production. Mr. Rrown has been exhibiting his White Rock ford Friday on business. and ha won many premium nt some Miss Allle Mac Kdward has been vlsitlnir relative at Nlcholasvillc and of the largest shows in the t'nited States, such as Louisville and On Wllmore. clnnati. Thl year he is planning to Rev. A. V. Jones of Wllmore, wa exhibit at State Fair. He ha never week-envisitor of Mr. and Mr. the made it a practice of showing nt sum. A. II. Svvope. mer show but is going ti try this Rev. (i. S. Conant and family, of one. Wilmore, were here Saturday, the The Dixie Poultry Farm every guest of friend. spring hatches lot of chick which Mr. OHIe Rankin entertained a are sold a day old chick anil in ad hatching BIG! number of her relative at a very de- dition to thi they do custom for the people aroi'nd that communlightful dinner Sunday. ity. The people of Garrard county Elder, of Mr. and Mr. II. should make tt a point to vis t tht SMALL! pent everal day.) recently fnrm when in this part of the county Hogan Hallard. with Mr. and Mr. J. MARKSBURV Mrs. K. II. Mallard went to Lex SOILED! ington Sunday to be the guest of her The Ladies Working Societ met sister. Mr. W. T. Woolfolk, for sev- -' this week with. Mrs. R. S. Clark. era I day. Mrs. Hurchell and daughters, of Mr. and Mr. M. O. Kennedy were Lo.vd. spent last week with Mr. Roy entertained nt dinner Wednesday by Moberley. .Mr. and Mr. John Tribble, on the rn ihn Mits Lillian Kelley an I Hetty . ItieHmnnd road. Long, of are visiting Mrs. if The many friend of Mr. Howard Emmet tanc. King, who ha been so critically ill, Mr. ami Mr. Maon Pollard and are glad to know that he seems to be sons, .Mason and Jack, were in Danlowly improving. CTWtLUU ville last Friday. Mr. M. O. Kennedy wa the guet B. T. Su'ton an I Eugen Mer. of her sister, Mr. R. II. Hutchinson, Sutton and Mrs. Ed. Sutton were rein Hoyte last week and attended the cent shoppers In Danville. YOUR DRY CLEANING DONE Hnrrodburg fair. Mr. Gene Thompson h suficientiy Misses Klizabeth S.vope and Anna recovered from a two we.-k'illness I.ee Sivope have been guet of Mis. to begin teaching choo!. e Christine Swope and Margaret Mr. and Mr. Ureal Hurt. nan left Scott, at Lancaster. lat week far I'axton, III., where tne Mis Madge Ilrowning, of Wil will make it their future home liamsburg, who is the guest of friend Mrs. Ernest Gosney has retu-nehere .spent a few day last week with from the hospital at Dam IV. Mr. Hubert Hrooks. her health very' much improved. Mr. Pope who has been to a Mlssc Lida Droaddus, of ODORLESS AND UNEXCELLED place in Tennee to reiu- ter, returned home Tuesday after a visit with Miss Lettle Ilroaddu. who perate his health returned last week Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curtis, of Rich-accompanied her home for a short Special Given Ladies mond, were visitors for the day of j May. MI Jane Howling wa the attrac- Mr. and Mr. Forest Curtis recently Mesdame Roy Campbell and Shampooed. Rugs Dusted tive guest of Mis Anna Lee Kubank Courtney Roberts will leave this week at Stanford last week. Miss entertained in her honor while to visit Mrs. I!ohrti sister, of India 20 napolis. there. Miss Alice Sutton spent the week the Dixie Ice Cream ball team played the Kryantsvllle team on the end with hor cousin, Miss Emily H. Hourne and attended the picnic at lloca field Sunday afternoon. The Iron Bridge. Lexington boy winning by a score Mesdnmes I.uki Pollard and Nellie of 8 to tl. Naylor, who attended the ChautauMr. and Mrs. J. - Hutler, Mr. and qua at Lancaster were very enthusiMrs. John Chestnut, of Danville, and DANVILLE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO. astic overlt. their guest, .Mrs. Mattle McFerran, Mrs. Ed Sutton and sons, E. T. anj of Georgetown, were dinner guests Eugene, attended the picnic at Iron Thursday evening of Dr. and Mr. Rridge last Saturday. It was greatII. A. Dawes and family. ly enjoyed by the party. Mr. and Mrs. George - Herring, Mo Place for Iceman. Cork Tress. Ancltnl Egyptians' Ytir Ryle Isom bought 30 shoats, payMr. It. (. Ward, of Georgetown, ing The cork o.ik grin- plentifully In Ice lum lyn lie tuuulutlng In the InTtie ancient l.g)itUn' jenr, from per lb. for them. The tin- Spflln, a miaiii make use of terior of (ireentitnd xlnee the dawn ol which our U derhtil. tiail a natural Misses Kmily anil Mary Young, of wa made from Chas. Dean. tin Imrk to light iln-l- r house, ut night. lilstury. It I estimated that nt the beginning It ulH) Lexington. pent Sunday as the He alo bought 10 geese coiimienretl on at $1.00 The w,rk I placed In a kettle, from present time the coter un the day when Slrlu and the un rose guest of Mr. and Mrs. Owen More-lan- d per head. which protrude n spout, and when It area of civ hundred thousand miles, together The temple of Kgypt were and Miss Zillah Dawe. Tela f us Pollard lost n valuable I lint enough It give off a gas which and are on an average u mile und u n'aliy dullt to face thl or that Mar u It rte. Among those from here who at- horse last week. half thick The horse was burn with onnlIeriible iirllllancy. tended the Harrodsburg fair, were kicked by another horse in the same Mr. and Mr. II. H. Halcomb. Mr. pasture, breaking its leg. The horse Jeir Halcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Louis was Immediately killed by the owner. W. Droaddus, Messrs). James II. Mr. Mote Pollard, a young natron Leavell, Paul Sutton, Edwin Wylle Of our community recently chaperon-e- d and Carl Ilrowning. her house guests to a horse-bae- k the catalogues for the "Commun- ride. The party of four couples left ity Fair" will oon be ready for dis- home about 7:.10 P. M., returning tribution. It is urgently desired about ten o'clock. As they euro that everyone will try to make the down Lexington pike the equaMlria.u until thore was fair a It is to be hehl in were September at the Ilrynntsville High quite a number iu the party. Sir Sehool. A Huniber of premium will said, " enjoyed every mimst of be given in each department for the our ride." best exhibition. Mr. Cyrus Dull?, the oldoot citi Everyone has been rejoicing over zen of this community, hammI Into the rixwst rain, not only because it the ( i real Heyod last Wmlnelday was Needed badly ky the erefw and morning. Hi death ww due to a il. which he received mwc days g gardens, bet n a relief from the (twit of the past week from from which he rover recovered, whieh almost oryee was ui!Vnng. owing to his extreme ae. Mr. Dailtty died July 11, lt2S. More is badly Heeduil in this vicinity, w.i burn m by hU a wiiter in many places k gutting He is survived by 7 fhUdr vory lw ami the kch-- U getting very llret wife. They are. Mswsr. Jack Dailey. of Indiana, Aee Duller, of dry. Cincinnati, Ten and Cyrus Dailey. 1003, driving the "000" racing American tires that have ever taken Mr. Calvia Ilwli'tt was host Tburs-ila- y of .Murkabury, Mr. Jim Speake. .Mrs. Barney Oliifield started his first place in the French Grand Prix. at her heme in the Mien Saddler, Mrs. Chas. I'oindexter, career of victories that later They have won for three consecucountry fur the "Silver Ton." all of this county. He was a sue- earned him the title of "Master tive years in the e Indianthe intense Ittwt u number of Driver of The World." To overeefiil fprnrnr and straightforward in apolis Sweepstakes. So far in 1022, guesU wer present ami a must come the tire weaknesses that made Oldficlds have lowered four World's hi dealing with men. Ills popularity afterntMn was spent. The was attested by the large racing difficult and dangerous, he Records and seven track concourse records. home wns very attractive with Krln of studied tires specified materials friends who came to the arnvo to llowc.ni far the oeeasmi. Delightful pay supervised construction. their lost tribute wf rMMtrt. The Wichita Test Run gave evirefreshment of icosand cake were The funeral services were held at hi servod, while a very nat sum Mas late residence by Rev. Today, Barney Oldfield is known dence of Oldfield superiority in touWm. K. Ri., realize! to be used by the Indies of Lancaster, as the "Master Tire Builder." ringwhen a set of four Cords covafter which he wm in-- t Aid for the benefit of the Methodist Starting with the crude tires which ered 34,526 miles over rutted, froien, erred m the Fork cemetery by the church. carried the "000" one mile in sixty winter roads a performance atside of his first wife. tested by the Mayor of Wichita. seconds, Oldfield gradually deDixie veloped his famous Cords a set of See your dealer and get a set of which covered 500 miles at eighty-eigThe Dixie Poultry farm is Wated miles an hour without a these rugged tires that Barney Old-fiel- d Ilryniitsvil e. Kv.. and u uun.i hv at BRYANTSVILLE NEW LIVE STOCK REPORT SERVICE Plans Being Made to Qivc Monthly Changes In Situation on Farms of Country. ALL LAUNDRY - - LAUNDRY d LAUNDRY NOTHING TOO NOTHING TOO DETAILS WILL BE GIVEN NOTHING TOO Csrsful Study Btlng Mads of PesilbU Mttheds for Gathering and Distributing Information to Those Inttmttd. kr lh I'nlU'l llalM uf A(tWllr- - f live stock re-r-t I'lnin for a hatliin-wldtuir serttre showing thn monthly changes In the llvt stock situation on farms are mm bring made by the I'M!-n- l States lefar!meiit of AcrlrultHre. under the $7iH coinfressliniBl rrrenlly made for tlit !r-4r1m.e Nicho-lasvlll- e, IPrprl Send tncttnte wrl The service will and reiortltii; of the the linjH.rtniit lite l xk movements. Maks-Uof Htports. At rvrei.t cot ferrnces of statistician ami crisp r. I lit; M xk tlmnt!lU et ali HAVE s dj 'The Benzol Way' METHOD Attention Garments. and Hats Cleaned and Rc-blocked famou.-waterln- g 1 A Msn May Ft depti Positurs ett Hr' 'Iwh's, il t a NiC dtrt II Hs Ounch of Cattlt Phone if ci rr. rt. Hi.-- mr fi' hut li.i ii,..ritkl r n it.. !,, .NmiM CURREY & GULLEY, Agts - t Mh J.ur. MlillimU ltl-- 1 nitti rl..ll.Mi . IHI fintl"i, ..f tli,. immlM-r- s of niiinial Su.itk. .f.l,r' I.j... I- THE TliU rnlre will ! an of eiiMftsawHlnt wurk csr riiil on !)' the ilttiiM f rr... ant lle stex'k ewilmnlra itariiii; the Ut three or fmr ttir SluMthlf will In! i4talnii fr-tu ! farm. u slate iHilrio i.r (linlice st Irn.l for the erti Itelt ami cs'teni sml MMitheni slates will fsroK -- '((ansi.-- n 7l(i rtirt ii rmiin I- l'-I- pur-cha- se t.y reMirts h the illttleHltr of jretllni: liiiHilliljr reKirts from thnoe states. Information to Ds Qlvsn. Ttie forecnatliiit uihI rrimrtlns of th lniHirtnnt Hie stiM-winriiunts will tie Iimi the imminent of feebler eattle ami UhiI. frimi the ratice statn to the eiirn Ml (ml Ms, the movel ment (riHl the Ints to market. the HMnement Into the eastern fertl lots such as I'a ami the' fmmimfit mil Itw fMnvastlne bihI eMIiHatlm: "f the )earljr Inmli ami calf cro of the rnntre stntes, hihI iiimI rattle If )leeliit Tan- - a series cu of lifi f ranee states .in will lie Mtul nHiitfnl ial fea-i- , . f the fenlrr HHie-inn- t In the MMdlo West A careful sttfil) U iw Mue MMile of x.tlile ihWIm- -I climates Ui suc.. la-i-- '. How The Master Driver Became Master Tire Builder IN 000-mil- hetil tu tletelop a program, rvprr seutsithix of fartMers rmuiliatlons, riMtixwHlh,' llso Miiet 4iltliii; the iwcktltg wtMlilUhtiMtits, iiml ohor lite ck IntervsU were wefM. .MaMjr lare live stuck In the West tone also iMtkalnl a to rsli'. tilts InfofMHIIttML At euMferenrsM fr calherlas ami retortini; Ihe M-- reiwrUNC s' asMM-latlo- o e COUNTY AGENTS AID FARMER e Specialists in Many States Now Full Tims to Management Estenslon Work. Twenty-four aftrn ivorlUrru uuil uiMii.m nfiorialUiii to full ttsne to fnrm MMMuewiesil extension wmiV CmM) ntfids In sin counties reliurt Ikot llmv illlrlLtii,.l .M.osll fiirtH MetH4Hi IhuAs In HUM , au eotniiie re.ri... is, in IhhiUs kelM. II ml III ll'IMInl IbHt S.l&l fun,.. er were a44H lu sHiHHwiittsn; ttx-i- r accounts. Coimij In 317 conn ties reltort tin I 2UV1 Im rin.tr. Illllll changes In thWr tulsews as a rMilt of keeping hi r,HinM. Morn limn ns) iiiriiiniM-iiim- l MhH.N win, ut. teliilaiiro of '.IMS si. were held In llS, Ihe Uiillml Stntes pttrtlueiit of Agrl slates Ms bate e hb-h- u The Poultry Farm Th .i,unu,... .......n I culture retrtN. SKUNKS l. ht WORRY BEEKEEPERS i Mr. RusseM llriiwn i change. ment of the farm is In charge of Mr Ed F. Kuye, of St. Louis, Mo, wm has had twenty-fiv- e years exper eiue In the poultry business and cons kr ed the best ill the country. On I hi farm they have about five hunurcd layers, consisting of S. C. White Leghorns and White Plymouth Rocks. TMI MT CAKWHCSJ This year they have raised about two thousand youngsters, a good many of Many an old duck looks at a pretwhich have been sold but the major- ty and dashing girl and prides him-seity uf them will be retained on the on the thought that he has kissed farm as breeders. They have for her when the was a baby. In three years Oldfield tires have won every important race on American speedways. They are the only has developed and perfected through a lifetime of practical tire experience. Their performance will convince you that they are "The Most Trustworthy Tires Built." Odoriferous Little Animals c. Honey Gatherers Out at Night ana tat Them. A report from Ohio i... n... tdolnglcnl aurte) of llm UiiIIihI rXutes Department of Aer'euitur a)s that skunks are siting a greut ileal of troiihlo to I.eekivrs In that region. The skunks rislt the hive nl tilt.lil and scratch un i,h ouutiiu mi n... Ies come out. As soon as tliy the skunk eat them. The biological mirr.y recominendi that un-lsuch coimIUIiiiis the hive be fennil n ultii chicken wire at jMit three feet high. rii-,.lvBp-K-- lf er The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, Aug 3, 922 I SUDAN GRASS GAINS I.UENA VISTA Mr. Jehn Inhm. Miaa AS EMERGENCY CROP Grown With TO DISTINGUISH LI ParH is quite ill at hrr J!a. Success as Far lawn, la the (mat i North as Alberta. 0. II. Lata. Mh Margaret k. of Oorgt her neiee, Mr f her ...ration with Rapidly Supplanting Millet In Many rtdatrr here. SUttt and It Oelng Used Success, Jafcn Kit Cetattw. of l.urtlmv, wan fully by Farmer at Sum. wit UaHe aad mtr Stock Pasture. Hamilton l nays Uat wek. ST !! !. IwtMrtlP.M Mr. Jew Hamilton and daughter. t A l r wont. I an right msuhi- - taaekaeje nf Miss. Uadya Hamilton wen. in Win I rwa latrndHcetl fniiH Afrtra In HM charter iaat SatHida;.- l In' '(Tr of V. V ItfT "f Mb Hula Uae. f,. K.. hmonl l leMMHeat of A the l'Mel MtitK spent the week er.d with her tit cm wine f MiHaa sraa Msrivaserl iHrill In llilh the WMsther. Mra. I.iiU I.anc ha Miaa Kiiaaheth 1'r.cter. if llurgin. la tf tk rtwei IB the ('alleH Siitie wa MttHwtft t he $HM"U"k. a I wa the attractive jfucat of Mimic h In k greater Ula K. Ita peeaalaiity la aaJ Itarhel Scott. It la hero town Hi it" nail to rnaMr Mr. ami Mr. J. R Mn-.m l M partrratarty well adapted to sead nt tropfral anl I be warmer part Km. Nraadehee. nf r law tMNtieraie niri, but it ha Thwraday at th Uarnrrar fi irawn with Mm akim us far Mr. Naary Jrnn nr anl Mi ivrlh aa .ln.H It Saaic Hhrn All'i-rtJnniaa wrrr ,n Lancaster Inot ,ntrMMrtta lij Ibe ilepartMrtM la tale owairy It tut ln-trtml wllh ipmh4 wwh for a viait to Mr ilanll Srutt. Mmmm KMUiinr an.l Myra llurf-- , In AMMrnlla, Swath AwrnVt, the of TaiNHWiuu. arrived )u Thur-4at- f Ma4t. Ilavwti, I"orl l:i.atat iNIm. far a vtoit with the r aunt. Mr. battMtia, X. In a reroat ifartaa-n- i I'. VUm. OrtH "Swton aal Mtatr Haraol and l.i.a K Smtl : ii tha WHkxml at Burt;in. of tkir uael. Mr John I'ror-l- r aad faaaily. Mr and Mr. Hon Ktk.nt and mtn, Mi'li, f Ciartanati. arnvc.l .Sunday for a hort alt tn Mrt. Ahct AaVma an d.Mrt ttti Najlor Mr and Mra. Yf I (irern and '' 'i I Miaa Mary Ranndall. of I.cx-:- . wrr rntTt.nrd Iaat wrok at ' of Mr. Kv William and V fur ljn 'hoa who attrndnl thf mtine wrrr Mr John I t Miaa Willi- - lann. Mr nnd Jenn r I.nn. Williama. M Mr an.) Mra !.- jr.i 'a. BlsaWih ia Bo. .m. ea4ia Urns J.l ev-m- l't4 rl tirB BLUE GRASS GASOLINE - - AND -- COMMON GRASSES Not Many of Wild Species Are Abundant or Valuable in Any One Locality. TIMOTHY IS MOST IMPORTANT N'or-ma- rtll) It Crows All Over Northern Half of United States and South to Be ginning of Cotton Delt Details of Seeds. br th l'nl'a-lala flBarlmnl at AsiMultur I Although Ihtre are probably n.""l dl'tlnct pirlea of Brasses In the world, only about of thee nre lniMirtatit. cultivated plants. Not more than wild iipiili' nre abundant or vnlunlile in any one locality With an llliKtriiti d rihlo t Iwlpi "no can iinslly leum to illllni:ulli many of tlte wrasse, IhiiIi rullhati! mid wild. Hlnbornte of or deta.IiMl stnicturi"! of the grouse nre unnece-sarTi aid In inaklni; thee ill. tlnitJDl., the I'Mted Stnte Depnrt e ha prepared a tnet.t r.f '-! know-ledcy Anrl.-ultur- MOVOLINE MOTOR OILS. trfparl r . niB Ijnratr. PRODUCED FROM THE WFLLS OF THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS ts - tMtf tni CARRIES YOU MORE MILES AND WITH BETTER BRICATION THAN ANY OTHER GASOLINE AND OILS MADE ONE TRIAL MAKES A LIFE CUSTOMER LU- - i I. Nalr. Th I a la the Way Sudan Crji When Sown in Roa. Cheap Roads Croivt T'ii if SOED AT ALL LEADING GARAGES THROUGHOUT KENTUCKY. STRICTLY A HOME INDUSTRY. WHY NOT PATRONIZE IT. A Most Expensive for hltrh-waronMruitiun durni: the three year atartiaa: July H. lnt, indirect411I Load of Hnodes Grata, Baled and Ready for Shipment. bulletin, No. liM. "Inv by C, V." n ai:rotolost. In which Brae are descriled and Illus- ' ' nt. n rt ericu'' i' t 'r r, II I')-- t! v jn.. Ii.arMnt ;.n Sadaa. Mow-- Ii y limi- - cHcii i. tin' n.t"0 da"ta'l"n wmt. anil utilirntl. of tht ilanr fu.nw r h'iih if It I: in for tin t ru nt federal h aliened highway 1ml I'ridrnt HardinK . I tirotidinic IIVO.OoO.tilKi Great Southern Refining Co LEXINGTON, new fanner' IKirtnnt IMper rulmnled Jrnse," 11 well-know- trated I maintain tharouahfarea Tie federal moaey i distributed to Kaa. the vanoa state with uaderUnd-inai)i match it that each state ' qaota, dollar for ttollar The irovern ment. throuirh the tiuieau of I'ublu Koada. Department of Acriculturi not Aeekinir to dictate what type of ' admlraWy adaflrl u.lan itra paveeaent shall be roaatrurted in an ! aa aa HafXry Uajr rraj, and, that the la Maa sjtrn community. rHMv Mii4aMlac "HIM It ,1a Mac uol aNrwMfalt) type of aurfnre mut he adeuate for Ktrn ' the tratrir aaiariNHted. thntin4 f farH'r a - a Tor I hi tar arM However, tin Kvernment doi inn4andi sist on protection its investment hy frvr rrt'ia that hWlrr rotur mti m uill ti. tl.nirat the ix-- r proriatiaa; that the various states, nut ht tnanenl xittir aMl ttw of Utidr own Hrktr. mutt Veen all f Tlie liHlletln .Hjillae Hm' rfi with federal aid raii in Reed condition frinHac nferlaaral nHinenm ia not dune, the of repair. If t In the- amhtn era. icoversimeat will itmdf maintain nny 4an era It ra detHtntrall that har iiiiiiimri- farrahl.r with road not properly maintained and haja. In fe.Hasi will dedHct te roaht from the state's nl her a n nmehne for feernl aid alloimoHt. value. rattle. work lmre ami tM-Highway eaiaeer point out that nn-- i i irla-ih! At irent which CtttwtHUHlty devotes it r., Mini,),, on nmmal of low lell aaxl the quota of federal aid to construrtini; are Vlidd of '.mTrlaln rire ' liet In weatern Tea and In the the lo durable wvement typw w:ll, within a few years. In- - utrently burden- " iateil n'Btin of NVw .Meks. In crtlnc tl"'1 ed by heavy annual repair ami and California Tbia maintenance ii a crvnt deal of ran' i I iretent Hi' hrliridlaatlon with iIk"; henceforth ran not be n'k'!i'cttd as it r rfliutn. Winn Intend"! for reed It too often has been in the past. alemlil he at lent 'Jl nxU from anyj Th commwHity which builds paveHeld of aorsliutn ment that, while cmtinc a little more at lirst, will last so much longer INSURE GRAIN FROM INSECTS and not rail for cuiisVant ami costly rtipairint;, will eeiiie thr penalties of Thoroughly Clean Out Oin. Removing heavy waintrHoiif clwrKos and early Ute Car. All Refute Material roroHstrurtiati posts. bon Olaulphide. The llureau of Public Hoads, uainc Tit hinire aeetl Kralii fnv frtiHt lU iibservalions of the behavior of lla or other liwerta. In'iwt mrefaM)' pavi'fHtniU under hoavy motor truck lfore iImiIiic III atoraci'. If 4 Heal traffic a a baaix, ho, carefully listed It Infected, line eiirtmii iMilhMi' ae order of the.r dur pavement types cor.Hiii; tn dlret'tliMi. Tlnr4hl ahility. Htartinicin vvith the most durIn' linn nut nnd ilMnfect Hh Idu W able the list includes: fore utorlni. Itefue material. Vitnfiod brick, shoot asphalt, of nii kliic lieai i'oncreto, Iiituiiunous concrete, and nwieiiK left In rornera nrelileal In iMumiHHHS macadam, surface trisited ImrlM.rn for ileatmcthi lnel. Hi en of atireadlni: tlu uniln out thin marndant, wntvrbound niacadnni, lore roniiwrtly. tliereli)' leMi'lilUiC Ibr uravel macadum, urovtl and snml i i ia far thf mawt laa)irtant, aait ' attly i' .tin!"" n ha imwiMi hm ndaat" im'w r . the i ix.iittHa half f taw n f Tina..OLla alH la tlx- It oWa aat Mar i ami I wHI at I'll altita(M not iMM iml- - of hr aHtarii bmHaiio ' I nitwl tair. II aa a Wa-atopiirrn rtti hut It vtitlMaarf 4narh 'i and rnoior qnlrkly wan rata' Kraawv trlnt ly inHicta a Hy that btuMa fii cominun rhoap and .natly to pavemenU on imortant palty onthe KENTUCKY. j 'r , Bankrupt SALE IN RE B. M. LANE, BANKRUPT. Pursuant to an order of the Keferee in Bankruptcy, I will offer at public resilience ami mill ami a lot of land consisting of about II sale the acres at Judson, Garrard County, Ky on the premises on store-house, ' fil n-e- erltHt well-knowefitM-riall- Timothy Meat Important. Timothy I said to be tho most hay era cultivated In ImiMirtant It crows nil over the northAmerica ern hnlf of the I'nlted State, nnd about a far south ns the bcKluntni: of the cotton belt. Kentucky In spite of Its fame. Is not n native of thlx country, but was undoubtedly Itnuulit over from the Old World by curly colonists. In mixed MttU. and srew well In the Bra new soli Kentucky liluccrnm I well known for the excellent lawns It makes, and for the hlehly nutritious MisturHi:e it fitniMiea. Details of Seed. The bulletin tlvo the welcht per bushel set il of various gramies, number of seeds to a Hiund. and the usual rate of seeding tn the acre. Kedtop, Orchard crass, Cnrel llennuda crass, rtuiaila bluecnt, Napier crnss. IthiHle I'ara eras, sevenil Mfeoui-.- '' and millets, Sudan eras and others nre described fully In the bulletin, and their Imllcateil. The bulletin prlm'pal may be olitnlnnl upon apllratlon to the I'nltid Slates Department of ' Acriculture. rdue-era". cni. era, r)e-cras- al WAREHOUSE LAW IN EFFECT All-7-- rt. inain-teaanr- o Department of Agriculture With Bankers in States In . the Northwest KITorts lit put the United States warehouse act In effect on n Inrce scale In the Northwest nre belnic mode by the I'nlted State of with the Acriculture In bank of that section, (train warehousemen who were licensed under the net Inst year bine Indicated their Intention of renew Inc their licenses thl year, and It U expected that ii number of other warehousemen will come Into the system. Wednesday, BEGINNING store-hous- Aug1 16th., 1922 P. M. AT ONE O'CLOCK The real estate will be sold lirst. This is one of the best stands for a Country Store in Garrard County, and the property is well improed, having u resicombined, also a jjootl irrist mill, blacksmith shop and a e dence ami Kood barn and other out buildinK GREEN MANURE HELPS SOILS Val- dt AFTER THE REAL ESTATE IS SOLD A STOCK OF GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION. EVERYBODY COME AND GET A BARGAIN. cash when the Terms of the sale of the real estate to be sold, one-hadeed is made ami possession Kivcn, as soon as stle is confirmed by the Court, due in twelve months, boarinir interest at six ami a bond for the other one-haper cent from date, ami a lien retained on the laud to secure the payment of same. Personal property all articles under $25.00 to be cash, all articles '25.00 and over, to be sold on three months time with interest from date. Note with approved security required. lf Government Has Collected Much uable Information In Regard to Practice. 1 Kiirfure In he nttili'keil. Velilllalhai clay. la niHileil o ireetit oirlietittt iminl by erea tnolatlire In the I'rofciWithsM Jsnm actually prohibit. crnln, Sirivn Hie window iiihI leave them ohi In kikmI weatlitir. tlierehy Tho follow who lilalis Is unable to h'et keeping out Iiiikm uml ItttliiK III air. it. lf CUTWORMS DO MUCH DAMAGE Quite Harmful to Tomatoes, Sweet and Other Young and h mark Wish Sot nnd then climb up to it. com dww H. in-t- yir world Slany of the poorer solla can be Improved by plowlnc under n creen manure crop. The coverntnent has recently collected the mailable Information In record lo the practice Into n farmers' biilletln. No. li's), on "(Irccn Mamirlnc." which may bo obtained free on application to tho Celled Department Slate of Acriculture, Washluclon, I). I'. Kvery man Interested In soil Improvement ought to hiiVM u ropy. VENTILATION DURING SUMMER It won't Tender Plants. Cut ortiis wnrklnit on amall ilulit M'C of tomato. Mveet Mitato etulilea tlmt nrv youni; uml tendiT will .Mirny nl Mum dml roy conilderuhte. thrill run he iteafniyril hy ilmliin iMiurd or Hat alone near thr ilnnt fur tlio Inaecta In hide under ilurlns the day. When these hoard urt thn worina ure found and turned itetrvrd. A better way la lo ue '. aou halt. and other It in a fact that kuy men do every little eemplaiHltiR. It U too much of an elTarU Stir your slops. You won't Ret anywhere by sotUni: around in your own shallow. Some any that Mara la Inhabited, others that It h not. Personally, we don't know. Qood Plan to Remove Windows From Houiea and Subttltute Mu'alln or Fina Meshed Wire. J A. T. W. Sanders, Trustee In tli summer tttun It If well lo muilln-coverei- re- ScottAuctioneer. mote tbn windows from the poultry, l house and substitute frames, or tine iuehel wire. Tho wldd mesh wiro allows tho entrnnct of spar-- j rows, ami with sparrow coin mitral nnd often chlckenpox. They aro robH , ber of the roaali bos, and pest. nrr wmwhmx 7Vire I k-i 2V r Th-- a Csntial Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Aug 3 922 I I650 NEW MEMBERS Slayer of Mort Rothwell Surrrndrrt to Preaching Rev. Frank Talasadsjs. New Meaico. will praach of ADDED TO BURLEY Rowil. Chris- Classified Column at to yhave thai POOL PAST WEEK Adnir County FiirnUhos 101 And Madison 11, the Lnt-tNow 85 Per Cent or V need ii' ... I Signed Contract te th number of OfiO f the were reported to th si Tie F ld Service DIvMw of lb Hurley (irnwifi Cooperative rhnrt-a having been signed the jut Kwk, according I a statement g.wn u( Saturday at th otnt af ' association. Of this number K. M Mansfield, of Carrollton, led with !)t signed .n Adair county. Warfc. irs in Hardin county sbtned up fll rnv mfmWr. tare furnished 58, Meade Ml, Carroll and Ui lndtnnn trmtory crw th river W, Taylor eroins; county S. count) wut ta an tritehty- fi v per cent sign-u- p Saturday when A t'trt T. Day, of Maysvill. who ha brtii working in that county, turned Members of th m It contracts. beau Association in Madison bnv gr.stly pleased with the iureao in the membership made by Mr. Day through personal presentation of the mnrneiuiK count-- i AJfiwr-Sr- - a p unday. MKlar Lincoln County Sheriff tian church next RATCSi and Sunday communion service Single Insertions 1c a word Bariy Monday morning, Dudley school a usual No ad taken for les tthan 20c Sh4ton, who aute eight year J. Mart shot and killed Attorney in tin roKiMn. No ads In this HothweN, of Laorntser, at Crab OrMr. Imi Houuer is havitaf erected column charge! chard, walked Into County Clerk M. on the lot at th romr of Camtsuell Seven Inserttan far the s C. N'cwtamr office and said ta that aud Kuferd street, a tobacco C wan tod and price of live irentkiwnn that he was to Mosar. which he ho he was ready to give Mutseif up. Mr. Jo Krlloy aud Jab Craw for a Phone order must be paid 2 .Vewiand Inform! him that he was about promptly 5 station. It will h person to surrender 4,698 square not the sta-sar of ioor auorr. wirxxy use! km g icxkk . jjiiuuuii to, and went with him ! the sheriff's ewes. on, FOR SALIC: him in took office w here off cer Sound irn for oslo. chant. He wan immediately taken two, three and four years old. Any i7 i7 ".,t.' & l am a a Phone 58 or li. Jtsd-y9am J. 1111. who allow-e- d number befora W. S. Comer and P T Bntwn. RurWy him hail in $&.M0, which he readiFOR WUL i A number of webcast le (8 S 7t. pd) ly rnv. Ruhhl P. F. Pitapatftek. rhan. i Tobacco House war-hou- ratd ft ltk er e 11 Rd I HOMtlemen. inehidiag Mtiirtrtrate V. WflBKjpF How about American Fencing? Have you seen fencing wc are showing? Ihe itrong Money invested in a good fence adds greater value to your place. It saves the possibility of a damage suit for trampled corn or grain. It gives you the assurance your cattle arc where they belong. Come in today and let us show you the best fence that is on the market. Our prices will please you. AMERICAN FENCE AGENCY OUR HARDWARE WEARS hog-proof f ftj! P. Itobim, of Hrttohead, nccosnpaniod Shelton to town and wont n his bond. For a loni time search wm kept up for $fc4toa and it seemed a if the earth hod swa!lwd him. II says h ha ssteut a ureal deal' of time stn h killed .Mr. Kothwell iu coal mhMt in Xorth Carolina, lie ho recently lost hh wife, he says, and he felt that he could better take rare of his mothertesw children if it were pasoiMe to trrt rid of the char of muroVr pea din omvnst him. For On 7 Sale-Sh- ort Horn Bull Calves; months old. one Ri. t7-- St 5t-p- d.) Roan. l Split tobacco sticks far sal at t a- tamiUo. S or call L .M RurtM "MM Lick, h months old. bornlos. one Nd and WhH. month old. Theso calv ea to know their quality. mast b O. K. Simpson. Call or wnt (so.) Par Sale Pr.vauiy Farm of lo;. of aermv. oa mil sits mitos from town. (7-S- Uaismloa pikr T. 0. O'llssm iMcasler. Ky.. R. S. 7 ft tour Ustssur. K Notice hare boustht th Poulhuer Dry establishment, on DoaviU sireot. and will rant nu to ma at th same Dine, a first class Dry CWaaluf aud ITsinf shop. Suits cleaned. 5Scb.. cleaned oaa ar.-d- . $l.t5. A trial wilt b ap. roaiatod. Pbon 261. St. pd I Sadler and Pulltns. W POR RtCNT hous parch. kp o. ftvVLE: j!thr growers of that p(rw . i CI and fomter renrMtttaliv c Frank C. Oreeuo. (.oufevill 1 poke to a Wg Callalin counties, Jp crowd in Taylor county Saturday. ew contracts were signed after th meeting hut th Taylor county workers did not ttiva th number. ' otJtelal of th AolatJai xrnttikation with thtt goia of tag Ifri Jio.'.to; S5.00 $ $S.S0; P In ' MvmlKra a woafc and fat fii.w Jtt.OO id i7.5fl: liitht mor than & Mr. William Kinnair.l, of Uncas- - ,hippT 111: pitn. 110 puundt and ay thnt if thwr rroulU con bo at . who id well and farably known tained without a concerto drivo the $7 on (n $10.r0 i" many friend in the raid la.t Cattle Keceiuu ISO; teady; Meor prtbahility in that, when the diatnet wem in lHJwviue. wnen tn Kev- - goo4 u chok-- , fS.W & $9.00; fair wide drive it put on. it will end with killed Harry Raker, who , g0Oii a 50 1 nue official $s 00. rnmmot) t 99 per cent of the nrowor of the No rew.i fernterfy a police lieutenant, eff.ir $ 50. h,ittn t0 district in the orxnniant.oM. lM port from the Huntington, Wort VirMr. Kinnaird hn deiChwC, $S.M fair to irood. an excepiionauy nne revenue man .$00 g $8.00; to fair J 3.50 ginia, and Western Ohio territory wa and hat bona In .eme very darint: fe $6.00; row, good to choice, 00 received Saturday, but this territory raids since he entered the service, $5.00; ha been yielding front 150 to 200 fair to iHd $3.50 lie crew o bokl and f oar that he cutter $'2.75 $3.25. Calve 56c new contract each week and it m Mid that the workers probably had was called Into Hie office of Collector hiirher, eood to choice $10.00 I.ucn und ulven desk work, fearinc1 j10 59. . fHjr to tt0ftti $S.O0 $10.00, MKed in that territory more than 175 members since the prrvious Sat- that seme mishap might be f nil him, common and larjee $4.00 g $7.00. but he heard of the above raid and U' y. Sheep: Itccflptii 5J0O; chice. went into it regard!?. of conselight ,eaily; heavy sheep weak. Good quence. Danville Advocate. Church Notes 41 $.r0; fair to goiHl to choice t $4.00; comomn $3.00 $1.00 fij A pleasing prelude to the prayer Live Stock $'.'.00; bucks 2.00 $V $3.00. .Lambs service last week was the presentaCincinnati, Aug. 2, Receipts steady; good to choice $13.00 g tion of diplomas to several members active; strong to 10c higher; $13.50; fair to good $U.00 $13.00; of the Sunbeam clas for having suclieavjej $10.00 $10.50; packers seconds $7.50 yi $8.00; common $3 cessfully completing a brief course in and butchers, $10.05; medium J10.G3 g $5.00. mission study, under the direction of Mist Arabella 'Williams. Another class will be organixed and begin INCREASED work soon. All children of the church and Sunday School ure eligible and invited to take up this study. Opposed by At the close of the service, WedLOCAL SHIPPERS CITED nesday evening, the pastor was pleasantly surprised by a generous, donation party, ilrother A new schedule of freight rate. on live Mock for all territory South of the Ohio Klyer and Halt of the Mississippi Hiver, war issued by the railroads, (laine was spokesman for the church, and in a few cordial words referred effective June 1. 1022. the pastor to 11 pile of groceries and These rates recently would have been in operation on all shipments of other good things on the platform, !ive stock from all points In Kentucky, regard!? of whether the shipment given by kind friends of the church is wholly within the State or to a point outside the State. Kvery producer and congregation. Such occasions are pleasant and profitable epeclnl. live Mock in Kentucky, will, therefore, be affected by these rate. of ly to the recipient of such bounty. In order to bring the effect of this increaie down to actual dollar, Mr. Do not forget iter children's serK. I Herman, Manager of the Traffic Department of the llouriion Stock vice and recept on uf new members Yards, has made an analysis of the increase by eampar.ng some actual ship- next Sunday. Come with your letter ments made to the Cincinnati yards, with the rato that will go into effect or under watch care ef the church, June 1st. In this table we give, the point from which the car wus shipped, or on eonfeiuu of faith for baptism. Our hu.ne meetinivof the church the name of the shipper, kind of stock, freight actually paid on thit particunext Saturday at 3 I. M. Matters lar carliytd in 1H21, and the freight that would have been charged on thki of importune will come up for Mine shipment if the NKW ItATKS I'ltOPOSKl) bad been In effort. The n, and alt members should be difference in percentage of incren are due to the difference !n we ghts of prer.t to have u vo.ee in matter the various loads ami bcuuse of the new regulations on the different c!aso. that concern the welfare of the church. DM fihlp4ai INtlMI IUI ItllO Wrlabl lIIMllMI l'MIIlt4 lM-111 1" I Wl. ealtl l.M4tr. K). r,ffl.r II II. I'lorianall iulf it Meeting Si Hi i in Oenernl AmmhWjt from CarroH lawyer th :ad WALKER BROS. It ' Kinnaird ... a. t'-r- ; i.0; J. !. Baptist Markets 0; FREIGHT RATES Federal Farm Bureau iu I.IIMMIH, K l.ur4trr, Kr l'mt IJk.Kr It V.A.Uv Ll wiM)t. . A. Vk I'UKlaiuii I'lMlUMtl b ciaemiiMt lttW MS bk Mill M inut be remembered that AgurtM 3 li are not for Jwlr 1 Juljr Jlr v 111 M I I into ON'K rnilrimd Hl.l 4M line Great only, but the same rate of increase will nopty to ALL ItAILUOADS. The incrKi'H of freight cburgan on Iivm4ck U the Stock Yard alone 1. ill moan an iricreMse of over IhOO.OOO MHHUaliy, which will have to be paid ry the fu rulers who ship to IuiviU. There is no way of HStimating what the total figures will be to Kentucky farmer if we attempt to Include shipments from Kentucky farms to Cincinnati, SU I.nuU, Chicago and oihor lolnts. School Notice , Aotiiig on putitions sent to theo by the Kwitueky Farm Uureau Fetter-- 1 Ail those who desire to enter the i.tion the Awericon Farm Ilureau Federation, and other organizations, the IjincHtter Graded School which beInter-Stat- e Commerce Commkulan at Washington, I). C. has suspended the gin Sept. I, 1U22, living outside of itopoed Increase in freight ralus en llveotock that would have been effective the district, and those under the age June 1st. of six or over the age of eighteen, The date and place for the hearing bad been set for June liHli, at Louis- whether living In the district or not, ville, Ky. All Farm liureaus in Kentucky eaa congratulate themmdvut on must pay tuition fur whole nine months in advance. the part they played in getting these rate suspended, as, judging from the - It.) Paul II. Hoyd. Supt. lecord in this office, there were between 500 and 000 telegram sent to Washington. In Memory AH Farm liurcau members can rest assured tint they will be representIn loving rememberriice of our ed by the best talent available when the case comes up for a hearing. dear boy, Heather Long, who died When the railroads attempted to Increase freight rutes on live stock August 4th, 1U IK. Commission Deurest Heather, how wc miss you, they stirred up a hornets neat. The Inter-stat- e Commerce Since from u you passed away, t ' pended the proposed rates and net the hearing for June 10th, at Louisville. And are heart are sorely aching, The railroads however, have asked for mure tlme'in which to prepare their As we think of you today. case, and so the hearing ha been changed to September 12th, at Louisville. Mr. M. ). Long. Itev. I. W. Mauley ha Just closed a great meeting at lied Hnuce. where be had 31 addition to the church; He 20 by baptism and 11 by letter. was assisted n the meeting by Itev. S. J. Carman. Mr .Maiilc went to Owen county this week to hold another meeting. Lancaster Graded (- wtttiatoly loasoa far sol Hog. ' Joint Stooft itaf cifXodo by LsMrhrvi!l C. S. Tur-- rr ljutd Rank, onraaisod and oaotatttsw Loafing Hens ?IS4t.BU uader th provisions ef th PsdaioJ MUST I'AY THE PKNALTY Farm Loan Act. In ameoat from Oa hundred ettra POI SALE: St.5U4.ao, t tM.tM.0t. On ued twos. Juat Jlapsd under I" job? Does Inn loaf on the farm lands. I iterost rato, diroctioa Bauiarit Kmr 1 ah eating all your fer.1 ml f iving 6 por rent. Terms S3 yeans. lay- s att Ittamiv" . K Mi Joyce no retains !er. Ha. aient on amortisation p'sn. No Dem oast ration Arrnt. w.th Mr. J R. fiissiun to pa Strayed - To my place abou' J.i' Smith, of th t oll of Afnrulturr. Fr full m format ion address o 1st,, shoot iffeiaf about 25 p.an are rabw to cob unci a srta of rull-ins- r tail un Tom!inoa A Hays. Ally's. Owr can hare soma by pay.- - w ' domenatratioM in (arrard counkvostmr and this ashoWuwmer.: ty Ausrust 10 and 1 1 th only mean S" I. It t.!t St whereby the farmer can keep hi List of Candidates to be voted stanHock up to a hhrh Notice : Brtitf at your corr. bar For at The Primary ElecI dard at these dmootrntii, Mr ut any other feed you want iru Smith wil I show th rharortrtt4. tion Aug. 5th, 1922 Itompt scrv.c. Pf!os4 risrht hen ; of th lay nig and Harry P. Edward. REPUBLICAN TICKET and also give direct on for feedinx For Representative in Congress psLi Marrei a. Kv for igh egg production. It is hoped 8th Congressional District i'uur r i For Sal or lent: that all poultry raiser will plan t Ont necoun I). II. Ktncnid. of Dnnvilli1. Ky. howe with four aero la Train. attend these meetingof the large Poultry Club at Paint Hd. Iluhhurd, of I.iincnstor, Ky. Paint Lick llujh School, t s . r U. HoJUngorh. lick, we are arranging for three in write Atto.it, Cronloy llrnadii.1, Paiat Lck K that section, ami two in sections Clork (Jarrard County Court. (It. pd.) where the demoastni tion were not Oliver Riding and Walking Plow held last year. The schedule is a Beware and Culttpucker and Harrow. Mogul follows: Mailable Range, $n6, August 1 0th Mrs. Tom Hay's Wc positively will not permit fox Wagon cheap. $35 to $55. Dog Mux-ziohome, near Sycamore school house at nunting or hunting of any character other Rang -- 5 and SOcts. Sreea doors ami ten o'clock. Aug. 1th .Mrs. or trespassing on our farms. Any windows at cot J. R. Mount & Co. Gulley's, an Lexington pike, at 2:30 violator will be prosecuted. o'clock. Aug. Ilth Mrs. Sam HenJ. S. Schooler, Kdgar Pnce, W. A. Privately: FUe ream For Svil derson'., at Lowell, 0:00 o'clock. Price, Joe Criscillls, T. J. Price. H. Aug. 11th Mrs. Fred Hull', Paint L. Klkin, II. M. Lear, H. I. Darker dwtdWng, very desirable, two garden, building Ut, good cistern, Lick, at 10:80. Aug. 11th- - Mrs. It. F. Parson, Marlnda Longiworth, additional John Wynn's, Wh te Lick pike, ut J. P. Illand, Asian and Moberley, excellent neighborhood. Apply. Mr. James A. Hoys ton, two o'clock. J. J. Sebustian, W A. Moberley, (S-- 3 Hill Court. It pd.) Davi Forest Calico, Sutton and Hughes Urn , M. II Turner Every For sal at sacnSre Buckeye In(Other name wi.l be added upon cubator, No. 3. (staadnrtl), 260 egg the pnwnent of 25 cent) (tf.) capacity, Nvwton coal burning colony Mr T. II. Simmons, Danv.llr's lead-in- g Used capacity. brooder. 50 It. Sbeann, photographer, has arranged to be ooooouwooooooooooooooot this season only llox III. Route N. 3, Iinrater. Ky. in linraster every We Inenda) may Those desiring hi service lit. pd i leave word ut the Hecrd olfice. Don't forget that w are now Axed (tf.) up to d our auto puiating and tnm-minTO LOAN ON FARMS AH kinds of top curta.n ami Still cushion repairing. W ran make Sher.lf Hobinson and deputies rap war old top lok Ilk new with a -2 lured another moonthine still !ut coat r two f our Klostic top dressSaturday morning arrested and It's water proos and prerve ing ItiHHievelt (track, who confessed to the faliru- and ta til not crack Sue Shelby Mason f the ownership of same. (7 t Haselden lira. Oarage. gallon of white mule was taken. The Uistil'Agent mid Abstructor Agents Wanted Men or women. (oiirtlllouse LANCASTER. still was captured near Wallareton, (5 (L'xterifme unnveary I, whirl-Hin- d KY. IVtf but the worm was not found. Ilrork i seller. in jail. IMWIIIMttMW "RKCORD-IIRUSH.- " Om.ha Hand-mad- e new. Something CARTERS VI LLC Agent delight, quiok salt anil large Surprised. profits. Wnt tUtck. or save time "Heavens'" said llitt tlsltlng golfer, and send 35 cents .Mrs. Improving F. M. Carter i silver or stamps "1 neer plujeil Mitt It u rotten gurnet" slowly. for sample and wholesale price. "llh! Ilien riHe plaiil MUm Florence Collin hi visiting her asked I he liruve Martin Ae-V.'oService. llox ndd - Judse 115, Harney Station, Omaha. Neb. brother, Mr. C. CoHin ami wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Skull, of Put One Over. Intl.. U visiting relatives at Wife "I threw otor Tom Kumrtley For for ou. Ho wu it lover. seiislhU- - felth.s (dare. Ilutdiy "Wb). now I remember. Mis Corn Hoop and Mim Lucille low. For snort Ume only Th John It was Morford visited Mr. and Mr. Felix rerlHinlv Timii who . iiiinuliiciil me He Rich place of 111 acre, exceptional. ,. hen." wo tixi i, .if f.ir Pennington, at ilerea, Sunday. unproved, on the Fall Lick pike, tw llmiiHi i:emiif "I must rlii mile from A real home Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop. Mr. ami at a reul bargain. See I). A. Thomas. Mr. ! lamp McQuerry visited Mr. and 0 C. Walker, or Mr. Rich on the Mr. Melvin Stennett Sunday. (7.SO-31.- ) farm. Mr. Arthur Italian! and grandSale Begins Saturday daughter, Mr, Alive Pennington, of Bids 60 DAYS Hamilton, Ohio, are visiting relatives here. Hid will bt) received by the under, and s.gned committee, until August ISUi, Mr. and Mr. J. I). Carter VJ'22, for the construction family, Mr .and Mr. Arthur Matlock of H4 mile of turnnike. from the LPMtH (if and family motored to Wilmore SunYou save the day to attend the rump meeting ut J. C. Italian! to the White Lick pike, In uarrard County. that place. Specifications Difference! and requirements cun be obtained Quite u number of friends and relafrom Jno. Davis, at Paint Lick. tives partook of the bountiful dinner Andy Davis, Commute. given by Mr. and Mr. James Clark ENGLE R. J. Jno. Davis Sunday, it being Mrs. Clurk's mothNear Depot. Laucaster.Ky J. C. Uallard er ' birthday. All reported a del.glit-fu- l 0 It.) to eat. time and plenty im-ror-od yi-ti- r There are several of the hill-inbut She Hon say Hot hw ell struck blow and was m hi father a the act of drawinjc hi pistol when ho A red ta saw hs father's life. Shel-towill afsnoar befor the November grand jury and probably bt tried at that term of court, as h says h is anxious to prove th justifteattou of hi act Interior Journal. -, vrh;s Chwnins; Tor alee lar-A- nt suitable for litrh Wu ftanni sad ba- - k Mis Paaal stisho-((T-IJ-tf- svr POI Som nice spt.t-.-- t n Polaad China Soars, also a few (i S. C. Hender Prieve raaaawaht. Potnt Lick EarhansM, t-Patat Ltck. Kj t7.lt Ot d G (7-2- 8 FWn7Lo"ans POI SALE My stmt. luaidanre PtaniKioa .n August Primary non-lnyin- - -- rr' Hunters s 1 Jee Photographer Wednesday oney 1- Captured Interest 5 - One-hal- J0-.1- )u Ad-dre- a Rich-mon- Farm Sale Ittttf ttttf Wanted Flour 79 S 89c (7-2-