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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 24, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922082401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 24, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY THUB YKAJI LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON.' AUGUST 24. 1922. THE NEXT GOVERNOR (Editorial) NUMIIIt 20. CITY MUST SPEND PERMANENT ORGANIZATION Several Thousand Dollars or Garrard County Christian Elect OITiccra En-Deav- or QUAKERMAID Opens Chain Store Here Savjnty.isvcnth In w OBSERVER Says Sell Pauper Farm and vest Proceeds in County Hospital In- One of the real live questions In every community In this State Is, who will he the next Kovornor of Kentucky. The nen oral qualifications that he should posses have been thoroughly The State Fire Marshall and a rep discussed by the metropolitan as well as the local press, and a A permanent organisation of the rcsentative from the Actuarial Ilur Garrard County ChriitUn Endeavor eau have been In the city this week, number of names mentioned who, if elected, miht serve well as Sunday when Union was effected But no one had publicly offered Inspecting the fire system of the city. chief executive of the State. representative of all of the nine and as a result have recommended his services in this capacity to serve the State until the published cletlet of the county met at the Paint some drastic and expensive chanties interview In last Saturday's Courier Journal in which CongressLick Christian church for an alLday In order to maintain the present rate man Albln V. Hark ley, In effect, announces his desire for the meeting. Miss Irene Aldrldjre of the of insurance to the city property. nomination. It, therefore, may be understood now that he is n Lancaster Christian church was made Among the Improvement demand, Dora Scott of the President. Ml a more modern pumping sys- candidate for Governor and that at the opportune time he will cd, Falrvlcw church, Vicn President and tem at the water works plant, several publicly announce his determination to seek this honor and the MIm Kmma Hurchell of the Paint thouwnd feet of new hose and a public mind may now turn to a consideration of his candidacy In I.lck church, Secretory and Treaiur-er- . modern Are truck. Mayor Champ connection with this responsibility. shown thru Great Interest was Informs us that the expenditure de In thinking it over it is practically settled that the next out the Hireling. The county officer manded by the Insurance authorities, were ailstcd thruout the day by Mr. will emt from $3,000 to $5,000 and Governor of Kentucky will be a democrat. Prospects were C II. Hastin, of l.ancaitcr and Miss perhaps more. Action upon the mat- never brighter for a democratic victory than now. Nothing Katie Carpenter, of Harrodsburg, ter will be taken up at the next meet save some colossal blunder or unnecessary factional fight can President and Secretary of the Ninth ing of the City Council, which will keep democratic o Hie era from handling the State's business District Kentucky Christian Endeavor be" Monday evening, September 4th., Union. and uhlch time the public It asked to after the next state election. Any individual or set of persons The tidies of the Paint Lick church attend and express its views upon this who for selfish purposes would disturb the existing harmony of served dinner on the ground such a vital and important question. our party will be looked upon with disfavor and will be made only Kentucklans know, which goes Mayor Champ was advised, that to feel the effects of an irate democracy. The needs of a good without saying, "It was fit for Kings." unless Mich expenditures were made The next meeting of the Union will at once, the rates would be Increased administration of the State's affairs are so great and the oppor Presbyterian be held at the Mans over the present rate, from 25 to 38 tunities of a united party arc so apparent that personal grudges church Sunday afternoon, September per cent. and minor issues must be pushed uside, that the party when re 17th. turned to power, may be united to promptly accomplish the big U II invited to C. E. next Sunday. Lexington Road and important things it will face. From all who have given expression about it comes the one CU"J 10 Pub"c Fo w"" Judge Treadway conclusion that in an hour of opportunity like this there is need The Lexington road from Lancas- for a new leader. The people are looking for a peerless Knight Named by CoT.rnor Marrow to Look! ter to Camp Dick H(binon has been of Democracy, who has character and ideas, whose life is clean, AfUr Coal Prices liar closed to tho public for a term of several weeks, possibly two or three who has had experience in public affairs and whose brain is Governor Morrow has recommend, months, while the contract for the clear. A man who is really capable of doing things, if elected ed to the authorities at Washington reconstruction of forr mites of the to office. They want a man to lead who has the ability to rally that the coal operators of Kentucky road Is being fulfilled by Messrs. be permitted to charge $4.60 a ton Hughes and Ware, our local road the host and to fire their souls with a sense of responsibility. They want a leader who can kindle the fires of old time demofor coal at the mines and the author-itle- s builders. In the bid which they there have continued his recom- made to the Fiscal Court, it was cratic enthusiams. A business man, if you please, but not a mendation, the previous agreed prices specified that the road must be closed novice nor an untried experiment in administration of the great being $3.60 a ton at the mine. To to the general public during it republic affairs. The demand is for a man of experience and of pruvent any coal profiteering thru- construction. It is almost impossible Is there a centering of Morrow has to do continuous work of this char- successful public and business career. out the state Governor named all the county Judges in the acter, when the workmen are being the public mind upon such a man? Those who are familiar Ute to look after the retail end of constantly interrupted by the gener- with the current of democratic hope as it flows around the farms It. Judge Treadway has received of. al public. These public spirited con- and stores, as it centers in the homes and as it crystalizes in the lira I notice of his nppolntment and tractors,, however, have agreed to the banks and business houses are all realizing that in every section has consulted with '.he local dealers passing of all living within the terthere comes the demand for Albln W. Barklcy to lead demoin Lancaster, agretdng upon a price ritory being worked, to pass all wagof $8.00 a ton for what coal is now ons going to and from town with cracy to victor in this hour of opportunity. on hand, which is said to have been! grain, hay or coal and at the solicitaMr. Barklcy nominated and the election is won, is the judg purchased at a higher price There tion of many of our citizen very gen- ment of careful political observers. He has never been defeatIs only about 30 tons now in the city, erously agreed to pan the Lancaster ed in his political career either for a nomination or in a final and when this I sold, the retail price and Lexington Ilus, one trip n day, years of age ,in the prime of vigorous will be $7.75 a ton With a price to and from Lexington. This lat- election. Now forty-fiv- e of $4.50 at the mine and freight ter, however, la subject to change, af- manhood, full of health and strength, he would bring to the charges of $1.75, this leaves $1.50 ter the detour. have been properly State's public life the experience of a youth born and reared up profit per ton to tho dealer. worked so that the large bus may on a farm, educated in the rural schools and well rounded by a The above price Is f. o. b. yards, pass safely over them. thorough College and University training, the experience of the delivery price being a little high One of the detours is to go out the years as a trial lawyer, four years as Commonwealth's attorney cr. Danville road to the lano beyond Sam Governor Morrow made a wise se- Ilourne's, down Boone Creek and of McCracken County, and four years as head of the business lection in choosing Judge Treadway, coming out to the Lexington pike at and fiscal affairs of the same county as County Judge, with ten whom we are sure will look well af- the lane near the home of Mrs. Nel- years as representative in the Federal Congress from the First, ter the interests of the consumer and lie Goodloe. As the road progrcsies fairly with thsj the detour will extend to the Fork the Gibraltar Democratic District of the State, successor of the at the same time deal late Senator James. It would be difficult to find a leader so merchant. church lane. rich in native ability, and ripe in experience of dealing with Many automobiles in reaching LexLancaster Gets Big ington are going by Danville and and handling public affairs. His .services to his party arc well Iluckeye, the latter route In every campaign of C. E. Convention some by one into the Nicholasville known. in every Congressional recent years the demand for bringing Barklcy district has been first among the The Ninth District Kentucky Chris road just beyond Camp Nelson. public speakers and wherever the announcement of his speaking tian Endeavor Union will meet in j has been made, great crowds have gathered, who were moved Lancaster, Saturday and Sunday,) Danville Boosters by his strength and the power of his eloquent nppcal for demoOctober "0th. and 2 1st. Here Tomorrow cracy. He has thereby made thousands of friends among the Wonderful progress has been made during the past twelve months In the' The Chamber of Commerce of Dan rank and file who will do their utmost to place in his hands the Ninth District and wo are assured ville has arranged a fellowship tour, banner of leadership in the next gubernatorial campaign. that this will bo the greatest conven- starting today, golns first to LiberAlbin V. Barklcy was bred and born n democrat, with tion, ever held In th Ninth. ty Fair, returning tc Stanford and democratic associations and ideas, and always true and loyal to Crab Orchard tonight. Tomorrow Valuable City Property their itinerary Includes Lancaster the party, its plans and its nominees. In his private and com and will reach the city at ten o'clock munity life he has always stood for the things that are good and ABSOLUTE AUCTION for a stop of 30 mnutes. Our local wholesome and for the things best for the promotion of the of his community. On Saturday, September Kth., at Chamber of Commerce will probably moral, educational and religious 3:30 P. M., the handsome home of serve watermelon to the thirsty visiThe life and character of Congressman Barklcy arc such as It. C. Schooler goes under the ham- tors and everybody will greet them will appeal strongly to the women voters of the Sfate. Albin mer for tho High Dollar without re- with u glad hand and a hearty welis such a man as meets the demand of leadership Located on Danville come to our city. Let every citizen W. Barklcy serve or limit. avenue l the city of Lancaster. Has in Lancaster be on the square Friday by the democratic party at this hour. We freely admit our over 150 feet street frontago and 300 morning to meet our distinguished deep desire for the success of our party, but In all that, we are feet deep. Elegant two story, seven visitors and neighbors. tar more interested in the development of the State and its re room residence, barn, double garage sources for the promotion and happiness of a great and worthy and all other necessary outbuilding. Baptist Church News people. And wc believe the selection of Mr. Barklcy as the City water aiyl lights, concrete Sunday school services next Sun- democratic leader will best promote it all. walks, spacious lawn, beautiful shade, s Insurance Rate Will be Increased State s""' The opening of the Quaker Maid store In Lancaster tomorrow, marks tho scventy.seycnth "tore, among the chain of store groceries In Kentucky and easily marks (hem the largest grocers In the state. They have leased for a term of ten years, the store room recently occupied by Scott and Huble and Is one of the belt stands in the city. The entire interior of this large store room has been remodeled and painted, both within and without the coloring, green and orange, being in keeping with the color design used in all its store.. Mr. Kdward E. Lighter, who hn.i been with the Quaker Maid for the past three years, coming here direct from Eminence, Ky., where the 5 1st. .store was established two years ago, will be the local manager and in full charge. One of our local boys, Fleece Uratton, who has been with the Stanford store for a few months, will asiist In dispensing bargains to his f rends and gladly Mel. come them to tho openng tomorrow. Manager Lighter informs us that all the goods sold by the Quaker Maid stores are bought direct from the manufacturer, eliminating the middleman's profit and that they speci alize in Nationally advertised brands of known quality and that they do not hove "specials" or balU, but prices that remain the same every day, changing only when the market fluctuates. The fact that we are doing a business of over $4,000,000.00 annually," said manager Lighter, "and Increas ing our sales $1,000,000 each year, is proof conclusive of the rapidly Increasing public recognition of Quak er Maid Quality and better values." The Quaker Maid believes in a lib eral use of printer's Ink and are using a large space in this Issue, giving some rare bargains. Their stores are run on the "cash and carry plan," and say it pays well to carry it home, thus saving the difference. YEARLING COLT liaised by Carroll Reid of Lin coln Sells for $17,000 Much local Interest has been manifested here regarding the sale of yearling colts nt Saratoga, belonging to P. T. Chinn, from the fact that one In the bunch to be sold was recently sold to Mr. Chinn, by Carroll Held, of Hustonvllle, for $7,500. A special from Lexington to the Cincinnati Enquirer had the following concerning this sale, in wheh it said: Kentucklans generally are delighted with the Himyar Stud's splendid sale. The owner, Phil T. Chinn, sold 43 for an average of $4,- 983.72. The last colt that Chinn bought from the outside was the one that brought the highest price of his sale, the son of Fair Play and Loch Llnnhe. E. L. Davis put that mare up for sale In the autumn of 1020, and Gallahcr Iirothers paid $2,5000 for her. She had been bred to Fair Play. Carroll Held came along ubout three weeks afterward and gave them $4,000 for her. She had the colt which grew into one of the hand, somest yearlings In America. Held asked $0,000 for nlm, but about six weeks ago Chinn bought him, for $7,500. ills judgment was fully vindicated when he was knocked down to Kancocns Stable for $17,000. Dear Editor: For many years Garrard County has had a Poor House Farm, yielding a revenue, where it is supposed, pauper are cared for by a competent manager. Pauper are given an opportunity of working but how many do you guess have had the pleasurable privilege of boarding at the Poor House? We venture tho assertion that not more than one has been upon the farm as a pauper, under control of the manager, for two consecutive weeks, during the past twenty years. If there has been at least one we would be pleased to hear from Lynn. Clark, who now rents the farm. What use have wc for a farm that Is of no benefit to the very ones for whom it was intended? If paupers are not to be boarded where they can be lodged and get Rood, square meals which they can get at the present time; If they are too proud to go to the County Farm, the Fiscal Court should sell the farm and invest the money in some kind of infirmary where the sick poor may be accommodated. There is no reason why doctors should do all the pauper practice without compensation, as they are now doing without a murmur. You asktd for suggestions. Our suggestion Is: Have the Fiscal Court sell the Poor Farm and Invest In a County Hospital where the rich and the poor may be treated. The physicians of the county could assist In the management with an educated nurse at the head who would take charge of the institution. Here would be an excellent opportunity for the Ited Cross Association to do some thing practical. Secure funds by voluntary contrib. ution, by appropriation from the Fiscal Court, from the Red Cross, from the churches of the county nnd from the fraternal orders. We could have a Hospital day in every church in the county when annual contributions could be received. This hospital should be owned by the county and controlled by the Fiscal Cqurt with the help of the doctors. Let us have a County Hospital in which all could take a pride. WHAT HAS THE FISCAL COURT TO SAY UPON THE SUBJECT? Observer. Every Organ in The Body is Vital Ever' organ in our bodies is vital to our welfare and continued health. These organs are kept healthy and functioning as a result of the active intelligent energy sent out from the brain. This nerve force is transmitted to the organs of the body by the spinal nerves. To protect these nerves and as support to the body we have a spinal column. The spinal column is made up of separate, movable bones. If one of these bone become out of place pressure results on the nerve. The Chiropractor relieves this pressure by adjusting the vetcrbrathat is out of place. No pressure no disease. H. E. Wade, D. C, at Rainey House on Stanford Street. . Christian Church .News September will be convention month especially for members of the Christian Churches in Kentucky and Garrard County. The National will convene at Winona Lake, Indiana, next Monday evening and remain in session utll the following Sunday evening, Sept. 3rd. The Garrard County Convention will be held at the Falrvlew Church about tho middle of September and the State Convention will convene at Par-I- s, Sept. 25th., and remain in session for four days. It is hoped that the churches of Garrard county will send delegates to all of those convention. Tho usual service will be conducted at tho Lancaster church next Sunday. No evening services, however, will bo held aftor the Endeavor meeting at 0:45. The congregation will Join in the union services at tho Bap. tlst Church. At the morning service a matter of business of importance will coma up for consideration. Every member of the congregation is especially urged to be present In view of this business matter. Con-venti- up-li- ft Heavy Fine For Curslnf Officer and Arrest Resitting plenty of fruit, etc. Choice location, desirable place to live and everything in the pink of condition. Mr. School-e- r will muko his home in another town. The bridle Is off on this one. He is going to let'er go for whatever it will bring. Look it over carefully and get ready to pound your bids at --h er on the above date. Terms easy. Hughes and McCarty, of Stanford, will have charge of the sale. Watch next blue for ad and full particulars. of Davenport, Dr. II. K. Wade, Iowa, has just moved into Lancaster, where he wltl permanently locate to practice his profession as a chiroHo together with Mrs. practor. Wade has leased rooms at the llalney Houe where he will have hi otTlce. We gladly welcome Dr. and Mm. Loses Wade Into our midst and trust their mlsfor-tun- e Mr. W. A. Price had the sojourn with us will prove both prof LOST s A bunch of four keys. to lose Ave nice stack of hay Heturn to this oiflco and receive re- by fire Friday afternoon. Supposed itable and pleasant. ward. to have caught by someone throwing Don't forget the Ice cream supper t cigarette near them. at the Christian Church, in Paint small watch a lighted LOST: Section of chain. About tlx Inches long. RoThe proposed soldier bonus has Lick, next Saturday evening, Aug. wan! If left at Record office. served at least one good purpose. 26th beginning at 0 o'clock. 2L) Everybody know the meaning of the Ballara's Obsltsk Flour, K.ntucky word. BaUaras Purs Wkaat Farm DUkarse' Gamuts. Kaaawka Salt Bran, BarUy Mtal, Horse aaa Mula BaU Uss for sal. la sacks aaa barrels. Feaa aaa Dairy Faad. Hudtoa A Faraau. H4ea 4 Faraau. e day morning at 0:45. There will bo an important meeting of all members of the church immediately after the Sunday school services and all members are urged to be present. The Junior 11. Y. P. U. meet at will be held 0:30. Union sen-Icat this church Sunday evening, sermon by the regular pastor. A cordial invitation Is uxtended to all. Illshop Warren, Jim Warren ami Dolly Warren, all colored, were fined in Judge Kinnalrd's court last Monday morning, for Hrench of the Peace y driving and for violating the ordinance on the public square. When approached by officer Uratton, Bishop and Dolly became enraged and cursed the officer and defied arrest. This of course got them In deeper and they were all taken to jail, llond wa secured for their appearance next morning and resulted in a total fine of $08.00 which was paid to Judge Kinnalrd after some little effort had been made to replevy. one-wa- Chiropractor Here Big Court August Term Convents llrv Monday Hay The August term of the Garrard Circuit Court will convene here next Monday, for a two week's session, with Judge Charles A Hardin on the bench. While the term is for only two weeks, yet some Important case are scheduled to come up during this term, many of them whisky cases, a few divorces and several land suits, involving large turn of money, the result of some, may ciuie heavy loss, es to the litigant. Acquitted A Sat-unla- y, (8-1- 7. Fi, jury In Judge Treadway' court acquitted "Cuney" Ralston last charged with carrying liquor. Several witnesses were examined, but There will be an Important meet- none were sure that it was liquor, ing of the Chamber of Commerce to- and the defendant testified that it morrow, (Friday) night. It is hoped was wood alcohol, which the jury evidently believed. that every member will attend. Fall Goods Buyers for Joseph's have been in the cltte for several weeks buying good for the fall trade. The goods are arriving dally, and a big advertisement soon will tell you all about it. Watch for It. Important Meeting Tn Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 24. 1922 n ELECTRICITY POTS THE FINISHING TOUCH TO A HONE SEE BY IT. BY IT. READ BY IT. IRON BY IT. COOK BY IT. HEAT WASH BY IT. There ta no end to the uses to which you can put electricity when it it installed in your home. If your home is not wired for electricity let us do it for you now. The cost is less than you might imagine. The benefits are grcnter than you could conceive unless you have used electricity before. A personal interview with us will give you nil of the details. BASTIN BEOS. automobile The average speed maniac glories in the fact that he is a menace. It is cheat) glory, and the only kind that he can annex. when we pass the carcass of a long dead animal we hold our noses. Decayed ilesh is very olTcnsice. We should do the same with the poor egg who considers himself a speeder. His carcass may be intact, but the mind is a mass of putrefaction. This is evidenced by the fact that n normal mind docs not require coercion in order to safeguard the lives and limbs of other people. Hold your nose as he passes take the lid. The perplexed and harasseti governments are growling nnt! snapping and snarling at each other, but never reach the point of an open rupture. Some dny the fires will be come warmer, and more steam will be generated, and the lid will fly oft" and the munitions makers will be happy again. Even in the midst of misery there is much joy to be found Something New If there is something new in this town, speak up let's have it. route. Who is boss in the home? Most men would say that they are, while a majority of the women would insist that that is their prerogative. It is probable that in most cases the woman is the boss if there is one. But in reality! there should be none. The happiest and most successful homes are those where mutual confidence and a sin cere desire to exists. Such a home needs no boss, although a guiding spirit is always essential. Leave the management of the home to the wives. They have forgotten more in that realm than the husbands will What Saye You? ever know. Consider the school children. Europe reminds us of a ketThey toil mentally five days tle that wants to boil over but in the week, when mental toil can't raise enough steam to lift is difficult and not at nil attrac- - by. Soon he will another Human nature of today de mands diversity of action, ant thougnt, ana recreation, ana pleasure. The old rut is too small to hold us. It is worn too smooth to keep us within its bounds. There was a time when peo pie were content to rock along and take things serenely as they enme. But that time is of the past, and we are of the present, with an eye focused upon the future. we crave something new, and are dissatisfied unless it materializes. It is our nature to push ahead, and accomplish things, and pave the way for greater results on the morrow. Whnt have you to ofTcr? tive to one of their ages. BRYANTSVILLE They have not attained tha Mli Zlllah Dawn was In Lexlng-tostation in life where the valu Friday. of an education is apparent. Mr. C C. Becker was In Cincinnati To them study is a hardshi that is forced upon them by hit week on business. Mr. W. K. Davl has been quite parental authority. again for several !ay. How, then, can wc wake the Mr. V. C. Roe hai been spending children up and induce them to a few day at Jackon on business. take a stronger personal inter Several from here hare been at est in excelling in their stu tending the Blue (Iras Fair this Have decided not to handle Groceries so what dies? How can wc induce week. Rev. A. P. Jones, of Wllmore, wa them to strive to be at the head wc have on hands will be sold ABSOLUTELY AT the week-enguest of Mr. and Mr, of their respective classes? Honors in marking do not C. M. Hulctt. appeal to them as strongly ns I Mm. Ella Deane, of Nleholasvllle, visiting her they do to the ndult. The and Mrs. Dean. ion, Mr. C. M. Dean juvenile mind has not rcachctl Mr. John Campbell came home the point where it can appro Saturday after a visit with relatives COME AND LAY IN A SUPPLY OF EVERYTHING. date to the full the glories o at Richmond, Ind. 99 or 100 per cent. Mr. G. A. Rowling and daughter, Wc arc going to put in a more complete What, then, will appeal to MIm Jane Rowling have been visiting line of DRY GOODS AND SHOES so absolutetheir young minds? What wil relative at London. Mr. and Mr. J. H. Rower, of Leb ly our Groceries will be closed out. supply the incentive that now anon, were here Tuesday, the guest seems so often absent? of Mm. C. C. flecker. Prices for excelling in study R. A. Dawes, Jr., left Tuesday for Let half a dozen prizes be ten day visit with hi friend, Mr. nwarded in each grade each Harry Mitchell, at Hodgensville. LANCASTER, KY. month, so thnt nil will have a Mm, Sam Deatherege, of Richmond fair show in the competition came Monday to spend several days A single prize would not be with her sitter. Mm. J. W. Hryant. Mill Marguerite Woo! folk returned sufficient. Too often it woult; During the week before ous week to her home at Lexington Thursday Farmers Find Culling the culling, the 45 Leghorns produced be a foregone conclusion, and after a few day viiit here with 30 hf n the incentive to excel would be Remove Slacker Hens a total of 202 eggs while thethe same that were kept produced destroyed. Dr. and Mm. R. A. Dawes and Mils During the last few week many number during the following week. Every child knows whnt it Amy Dawet were In Rurgin Tuesday Kentucky farmcM and poultrymrn On the other hand, the seven culls means to "get a prize." It is to attend the Raptiit Association of have discovered that their flocks which were removed produced only egg during the week after they an event that overshadows the South District. contain a considerable number of one many others with them. They MeiiM. Robert Lilian! Gulley, loafer hens that can be culled ou t were culled out and confined by them Cecil and Woodford will work for a prize when enjoying a camping Grow have been and sent to market without seriously selves.flock A owned by J. W. trip near the reducing the total number of egg re. of en otherwise their inclination is Danville Club House in Royle. ceived, according to early report Alexander, an Owen county farmer for play. Mrs. Norman Grow was hot Friday which are being received at the Col living near Wheatley, produced 22 It would cost a few dollars afternoon at her home in the country lege of Agriculture from farmeM who eggs more during the week after culling than it did during the seven day for our public school officials to for the membeM of the V. C. T. U, with the extension divi The program was very interesting and aion In having their flocks culled as before culling despite the fact that arrange a scries of monthly of the hens in the flock moil prizes, but it would be money served.uengnuui refreshments were demonstrations for interested peMons thrown out because they showed were In their communities. In one cate spent to the very best ndvan signs of being The members of the Pleasant Grove the egg production of the flock was The 00 hen in this flock protage. Sunday School gave n moit enjoyable increased despite the fact that At any rate, the subject is picnic Saturday at the Iron II ridge of the birds in it were removed duced a total of 101 egg during the week before being culled while the on the Danville pike. A splendid as culls in the demonstration. discussing. This CO worth that were kept as layeM produced unch was served, and a very delight was partially due to the fact that the Speak up and be heard. a tout of 183 eggs during the week 111 Groceries Closed Out te d WHOLESALE PRICES The BROWN Store. one-thir- d char-actcrist- ic one-thir- d All in a Day "It's all in a day.'we hear men say. But what is a day for the man, and for the woman? Custom says that eight hours is the proper amount of time his friends, of Georgetown, who have that should be consumed in been spending the summer in Dan work a day. The remaining llle. The guests were Messrs. Olan sixteen hours are for rest, Jennings, John Jouett, Durbin Kemp er and Wilton Long. The evening recreation and sleep. was most delightfully spent. The husband works his eight menus anu relatives here were hours at his place of business very much grieved to hear of the nd then goes home to his sup eath of Mm. George T. Higginboth per. ills day s labor is at an am, which occurred a few days ago home in West Point, end. After supper he lights at her Hgiginbotham formerly .Miss. Mm. lived lis pipe, picks up the paper ere and was a most estimable voman proceeds to post himself on nd well liked by every one who and the atfairs of the day. Or per knew her. The entire community taps he goes to his lodge, or sympathize deeply with the family in out among the boys. their bereavement. Funeral service But what of the wife 7 were held in the Lancaster cemetery Docs she hunt n comfortable .Monday morning at ten o'clock. hair, and immerse herself in Kin, her favorite book, or spend the evening with her neighbor, or Mr. Howard King died Ul Mon- a hundred other different ay night about 9:30 o clock at his ways that are possible? home, near here, after a lingering Occasionally, but not often. ness ox several months, lie was The dishes must be washed bout 43 years of age and one of our up and put away after the eve- - most popular and prominent farmers. ing meal, and the kitchen and e was well liked by every one who. ining room must bu cleaned. new him and his friend were count. hen the husband has a pair of by his acquaintances. He was n sox that need mending, and ember of the Methodist church, hav. some buttons to be sewed on, ing united in early manhood and had nd possibly there is some iron- - always lived a consistent Christian ug to be done, and some clotti- life. The funeral services were con ng to be made or mended for ducted at Mt. Olivet church Wednesic children. The. kiddies, too, day afternoon at 2 o'clock, by his pas eed some assistance in their tor, Rev. A. P. Jones, of Wilmore. cssous, and the baby has to be The burial followed In the rocked and put to sleep in its cemetery'. Mr. King is survived by cradle. And many other things wife and live children, also by must be done of which a mere hi s parents, Mr. and Mr. W, T. King man can not think. and two slstcw and two brothcM, who Yes, "is't all in a day." both have, the sympathy of every one In for the man and the woman, their grief. Mr. King was a most ut the woman seldom gets the devoted and kind husband and futher best of it. and an obedient eon. His passing 111 remaining hen were allowed to utilMm. B. C. Rose, Mm. J Hogan ise the feed which originally had been hens. Rallard and guest, Miss Virginia Tri: given to the W. I. Loyd Smith, a Union county ler, of Cleveland. Ohio, Misses Marguerite Woolfolk, of Lexington and farmer living near Roxvllle, reported Mayme Leo Rallard ipent Tuesday that his flock of Single Comb White Leghorns produced as many egg afternoon in Danville. during the Art week after seven cull Mr. D. A. Dawes, Jr., was host at dinner Thursday evening for four of had been removed a it did the prevl- non-layin- g ful day was spent. cae produced only after culling. The 30 eulN in this one egg during the week after they were removed. Similar results were obtained by Mm. K.NK. Rrainer, living near I'hllpot. Daviess county. Nine culU removed from her flock of 24 hens produced only one egg during the week after culling. MONEY to LOAN If you want to buy a home you can borrow the money and pay it back on the Installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. ReiinjoB.IPftsifciit. Miss See Jtelky Majsp, Secly-Trcz- ( Her Vision. The Hlpi Immorality wealthy uoinan of fifty was told -From an Cu There nlj that tier husband was In loe with ! one woy In get bans for Immorality, reml his Monographer. "You enn see It and that Is to lit e this life tirutvly youwclf," they told her. Khe replied: and chwrfull) h ran. Ilostuo .No, I rnnnot seu It. A young woman Transcript. or a blind woman might mv It; Inn I aiu fifty und I am not lillnd. I know i Sahara Once Mad Rlvtr. what not to seu." Charleston News A t'rriich engineer claims it, have and Courier. dlwivered evident-,- , that a great rier one flowed northward en th Sa. Intra ileert Jnto llw MeHt..rrun.in. Its Few Conquerors Died In Ptsct. I)M It I rvmiirkahte how few of the dis i. an. owing iro,-rnucoverers and comjucroM of tbn New communities. World died In iire. Columbus died of n broken heart; llulbou was disInventor of Jlnrihlsha. gracefully beheaded; Curies was dis Although the Jlnrlktslm part of honored; Sir Walter Italelcli whs be our mental picture f jBM,n, .,la. headed; I'Unrru was murdered; OJeda delphia il.TKimitn n.t. lied in overty; Henry lldfou was horseless enrrlant I IXLtl it fit, Iiih.I....I I eft to the mercy of h Indium nlone enrs ago while imvln- ii.t. ... ,k tho bay which ho dUcovered. Orit ur 1 1 U, I lnnii I sa j WE HAVE A FEW fi away 1ms caused n gloom which only time can dispel. Truth i stranger than Action, and sometimes harder to And. Never quit when you reach the end of your rope. Splice it and keep going. The Best Pay Best The Weber Wagons on hand which we are closing out at $35.00 less than factory prices today. If you need a wagon, now is your chance. Reason Why They TIRES TUBES Aft good i I onyour Don't give up a good thing Just be-- 1 cause you have found another. Make 'use of both. Young men should be careful of what they read. The gulden rule of.' success never found between the pages of a dime novel. 1 Are Best THEY Becker & Ballard BRVANTSVILLS, KENTUCKY. automobile as they were onyour bicycle THOS. PIERATT WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Let us tell ycu Vhat ws have now READY! FOR SALE. Don't try to accomplish everything In one day. Scientists tell us that It will be at least a hundred million yeaM before the earth blow up. Dixie SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. The Central Rscord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 24 922. 1 MARKSHURY pouml cAttlc C? Jim Hoblnton. lloystnn Ilrothrri tolil n lot of 750 r lb. to S4 cent Mr. Jim Whltr, of thr I)invil.e pike, hits recently htm the uuett of MIm Suian K. Sutton. Mr. II. 8. Ctork ha returns! fMm a bu tines. trip to Lexington, vsYer he vn coni" twe ily Mr. VM llnurne, uf D.niville pike, vn at tin hitlmiir of Mr. Jn Suit. i. who hat lorn conrtnpd to rium t r - FINE Store Opens 7:00 A. M. GROCERIES Close 6:00 P. M., except Saturday, close 10 P. M. lunch hour thj M done in order that all imt loy c.i may he on duty at one tit it iniuriiiK We n I.id close every rtn tween and 2 P. M, for 1 ECONOMY PRICES OPEN FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 ' BRANCH No. 77 benit-ploy- en Lancaster, Ky. .substantial shopping hng jriwn free with each purchase of 50c or over made on opening' dnya Friday nnd A several week. MIm Kucrma I'idUnI hat rr'urn-from n plvntant vitlt to her iter, Mplnmr Price ami Kl Bourne, of Writ Lancaster. Mr. Tclafut I'ollanl chnparuncl a party of younic folkt to the w m Mry nilntt pool last Friday for .Mi Clark, of l.xlni:tn. Mr. Sam llourne recently hail tue misfortune to fall, ttrikinjr hrr hea l She ami receiving other mjuriet ha not recovered yet Mr. ami Mr. Carl Curtit, of Ilich moml, Mr. ami Mr. Kilwanl, of V.ar. cellu were the Kuet Sunilay of Mr ami Mr. Foret Curtit Mr. anil Mr. Ja. Turner anil Mi-Delia Mae Turner anil Mae Belle Sutton motored to Lebanon Sunday for the day anil were i;uet of Mr ind Mr. Jno. Helm. Mlt Mary Clark, the attract.ve daughter of Mr. and Mr, (harle Cb-rreturned of Lexington, ha after a two Meek tay with her grandmother, Mr, Sam llourne Mini Ola Doolln, who i conduct. tig at Bright! llend chool a tewing cl home, i drllghtiHl with her work and alto with the progren of her pupil. She I nupplying for Mi Sylrr All the women you meet are "lead been ' tantiied,' 'became they Lal ning, canning and cann ng " year they were tired becaue ,viey d' have an) tiling to can Mr. Mote I'olkrd acudenta ly in adetl the belligerent home of ime e hi GOOD SERVICE EVERYWHERE ' STORES tNEAft YOU ONC THESE ARE OUR EVERY DAY ECONOMY PRICES Not "Special" Ones Put Into Effect For The Store Opening The Quaker Maid in a chain of seventy-seve- n thriving, hu.iy grocery stores operating In Louisville and surrounding towns and are the largest purveyors of foodstulTs in Kentucky. We buy direct from the Producer, the Canner, the Farmer, the Miller, and the Packer and sell direct to thojconsumer with only our small profit added. Kvery article handled in our stores is the very best that can he obtained and we specialize in Nationally advertised brands of known merit in preference to private label goods of unknown merit. We avoid all unnecessary expenses such as Long Credits, High Rents, Deliveries, Premiums, Trading Stamps, Etc., your goods reaching you by the shortest, quickest and cheapest route. Economy Price All our goods are sold under the "Every-da- y we do not cut the price of a few articles to Plan," which means thnt "Specials" (?) or BaiU and then expect use as "Leaders' 'or to make up the difference by charging higher prices on other goods. Every item is sold at cost plus a uniform percentage of profit, the price remaining the same every day, and changing only when the market fluctuates. Think how handy this is for you no worrying about getting there on Bargain Days. Just go any day with the fullest confidence that you are paying the lowest possible prices. EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED TO SATISFY OR YOUR MONEY RACK! QUAKER MAID SUPERIOR QUALITY BAKERY PRODUCTS Made in Our Own $7o,000 Bakery The World's Finest Queen of The Pantry Kentucky's Favorite Morning and Evening Cup he DAIRY MAID BREAD The Finest That Ever Came From an Oven GREAT BIG LOAVES . bumble-bee- She ttarted wa stung In running for the five time befiire reaching her po nt t latt week hie. of detinaUN. Mlt Mary CJark. f l.extngt in, re turned Sunday after a two week' vtttt to Mr. Snm llourne on the Danville pike. She fl accompanied an I Km lv home by Mle Mae lleurne, who will take m the fa r The fwlUwtng are the meerger represent the Fork appirtntenl t church at the lUtlrlct AMoc.at.im, which convened at llurgin TueIa Uev. I.. X. Sc. .5c Guaranteed to go further and give better results than any brand of flour milled in Kentucky 12-lb. Flour 24-l- b. 48-l- b. 98-l- b. Quaker Maid Very Best Blended, Roasted and Sold Only by The Quaker Maid POUND COFFEE 3ets. at a Very Reasonable Price QUAKER MAID BREAD Economy Size Loaf Bag Bag . Bag Bag 62c . OUR GUARANTEE: Buy a pound and try it. If you do not consider it equal to any Coffee you ever tasted at any price, return the unused portion and we will refund your full purchase price. COULD ANYTHING BE FAIRER? . $1.31 $2.40 $4.69 and Swope, Ktl (iene Thronm. The Ladie Working Society met with Mr. Kd Sutton hut Thur lay afternoon. The hotei aerved wime nice melon and grape after the bu, tettion. A pleaant ocial hour ne wu apent. Visitor preent were Mr. Telafu I'ollard, MiMt-- t Kmily llourne and Mary Clark. Many of the chool children, ttu-deat Maon, have been very much frightened in regard to the report circulated about the mad dogt roam ing the country and compulsion on the part of the' parent, have to be mill to get them to chool However, one mud dog wa hotby Mr Ah Arnold, other are reported to C Thompin, Mer Sutton, Foret urt D, S. QUAKER MAID HEALTH BREAD WHOLE WHEAT STYLE Pound Loaves Great Big PRIMROSE Choice Blend COFFEE 24c A Good Coffee llcts SEAFOAM FLOUR Guaranteed to be equal to any brand of flour milled in the State. 12-lb. THE MOST POPULAR CAKE IN KENTUCKY "Louise Cake" Vanilla, Chocolate and Raitin 24-l- b. 48-l- b. 69-l- b. purett ingredient. Each Made from the Sacks Sacks Sacks Sacks 58c QUAKER MAID SUPERIOR QUALITY TP A 1LA ...$1.14 ..$2.22 ..$4.31 pkg. Garden Boquet Brand 11c 11c 15c pkg. 30c Lb. 59c BAKED FRESH DAILY IN OUR OWN BAKERY. PURITY FLOUR sold as Green Mixed or Orange Pekoe have been een. The committee requeued the writer to announce through tin column that next Thurtday i the day to clean the cemetery. Th. It a community ntTair nnd I am furth or Instructed to ak thoe who have relative. buried in the ynrd to con tribute or end n hand if they cannot The ladie will come in perion. rve n noon lunch. The I adie Working Society will meet in the nf. ternoon ot the name day at the church. HAMILTON VALLEY Equal to many grades "Best" 12-lb. being LOUISE JELLY ROLL, Each 24-l- b. QUAKER MAID RAISIN GEMS 48-lb- . Panofl2 Pure Hog 12c 96-l- b. Sack Sack Sack . Sack 50c 99c PRIMROSE CHOICE QUALITY TEA 4-o- z. .$1.94 $3.81 Pkg. 12c Z 23c Mixed or Straight Green r 45c LARD POUND 15c 27c MAID Van Camp's Famous BIG FANCY Pure Cane Granulated Pork and Beans 10c 23c Quaker Puffed Rice, pkg. 17c Quaker Puffed Wheat pkg. 14c .8c Post Toastiet, pkg. . Kellogg's Corn Flakes, pkg 8c Shredded Wheat, pkg QUAKER QUAKIES, pkg 7c Sugar IN BULK Ml. Ileulah Hule'te vuited Mi.e Cora and Jennie Well Sunday Mr. nnd Mr. John Kintiaird v.tited Mr. and Mm. Marion Well Sunday The fnrmvrt in thi tection lire nil CREAM CHEESE POUND QUAKER LEMONS Dozen ... POUND 100-lb- . Bags $7.90 8c 8c buy bailing hay and houting Mr. and toliac-w- . Mr. J a me llolninn, are rejoicing over the arrival of it tine baby girl, mimed F.thel. Mr. Laurence Creech and Mr Frank Curler were gueil of Mr nnd Mr. W. M. Creech Sunday night Mr. Ira Well mid ton, Joe, of (um (rove and Mr. Joun M. Smith were dinner uuetU of Mr. Marion Welt Tuenday of but week Mr. and Mr. J. .V Huletto, Mr. Funny llnwley and two daughter, Irene and llurnette nnd Mr and Mr. John Kinnuml vUitwd Mr. and Mr. Jutper Uulette Saturday night, Jr, BUTTER Pure Creamery POUND Fancy Yellow Globe .lljc Federal Carton SUGAR POUND Cloth Bags 42c 25c ONIONS 3 Pounds for 11c Q9p - Wilson, Pet or Van Camp's Packed in Sanitary Carton and Evaporated Milk BREDNUT BUTTERINE POUND NEW POTATOES FULL PECK 15 Tall Cans , Hot Weather docs not affect it. Pounds Weighed J&U 8c J) lull Small r UU 20c Cans BROWN SUGAR POUND EAGLE BRAND MILK ... 8c 15c Ivory Soap, bar 7c Palmolive Soap, bar START TRADING 4c Lenox or Star Soap, bar Swift's Wool Soap, 4 bars for Kvery peron who tpringt a new in. volition it regarded at u nut until the other nuts tee the witdom of It. The old ten cent blood and thun-de- r ttorie are out of date. They generally coit a quarter now. ft QUAKER MAID TOMORROW AND WATCH YOUR BANK BALANCE GROW The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 24, 922 1 Gasoline BUY M We often hear people remark thnt "it makes no difference what others think." Hut it docs make a differN R 8 ! When Fortune Knocks Hy (C. HII. ence. GILBERT PAYNE W-.- MICHIGAN ROSEN RYE FROM US Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON We Have Forced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your patronage. IT Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. Polorine Oil. First-Cla- n Work CONN & CONN LANCASTER, KY. GUNNS CHAPEL This town is n collection of people. This state is a collection of 'cities and towns and the sur- rounding countrysides. This country is simply a col- lection of sovereign states I welded together in a single nnd central government for their own protection and advance- -' ment. The government Is dependent upon the states, and the jstates are dependent upon their cities and towns and countrysides, and the latter are de-- ! pendent upon the people who compose their respective populations. And there you have it an endless chain of dependence ' one upon another, j Does it make a difference ,'w'hat other people think?" I I j mens for the U!ue Grass Fair, portation of the future. Mr. qnd Mr. Harlan Davis tpent Simpton Chicago A few days ago Sunday with relatives. A pall of sadness was cast over the was in the throes of the greatMr. Harvey Teatcr wa in Crab Or. entire community latt Tuesday when est street railway strike in its the remains of Rernard Simpson, eldchanl on business Thursday. not a wheel turnest son of Mr and Mrs. Wesley Simp-m- history, with MIm Ola Lec Parson has returned ing. of Pleasant Hill, were brought home after a visit with relative!. Hut the motor busses were here fo rburial. His illness lasted less Mr. and Mrs. Sowers were guests than a week nnd death came at a called into service, and the of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters Sun- Lexington hospital where he had been mayor imported busses from day. taken with hopes of relief through other cities, and automobiles develMiss Allene Hurt spent the past an operation, but peritontis passenMisses Hurt at Pleas- oped and rendered an operation use- and trucks got into the week with the game, and the less. Rernard was eighteen years of ger carrying ant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Murphy are age June 4th. He was n boy of good strike rapidly assumed the prowelcoming a little son, who arrived j habits and beloved by all who knew portions of a municipal lark. him, because of his quiet, kind dispoAugust 8th. Everybody was "getting there" The concourse of grief, sition. Mr. and Mr. Jesse Casey are wel-- j strcken people and the beautiful Moral regardless of the strike. coming a little daughter, who arrived offering gave testimony to the esteem That was too much for the August 9th. in which he was held. His parents, traction officials likewise for Miss Jewel Insko, of N'icholasville, four brothers, a half sister, hi grand the strikers. They compromwas a guest of Misses Annie and fathers and a host of relatives arej Flora May. recently r left to mourn his less. The only ised in haste. transportation Motorbus A number from this vicinity hats comfort they have is in the on Who Rev. doeth all things well and the fact that means an end to street railwhich the serviced attended Price is conducting at Pleasant Hill. he said of the future life "That's all I ways, and traction officials, Father! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Mrs. right." May the Heavenly and motormen, and conductors, Elgin Grow comfort the broken hearts and bless Robert Parsons, Masters and fat corporations and divi'ami Earl Vincent Parson were din- them as He alone can. dends. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land The motorbus can go anyj Oob.White Eats Beetles, recently. The cats the adult or where, on any street, or on any Misses Jewel Insko, Annie and beetle of the corn root worm which country road where other veFlora May. Mrs. E. H. Chandler, lay the eggs that latT larvae Messrs. Newt Chandler, Carl or worms nnd Infest the and cim. As j hicles can travel. The street Grow and Clemmon May have been many a li! of the beetles, according car runs only on steel rails and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teat- to t lie bureau of entomology of tlie I is never varied. I'nltod Slate Department of Agricul- - its route cr and family. If an obstruction impedes hut i been found In Ihe stomach The Dixie Stock Farms report ten lure, of ono The the passage of a street car it blue ribbons nnd three red ones, won woodpecker, nlghthuwfc, cardinal king- - stands still, and the people get the Stanford Fair on their Poland bird nml phm-hat nl nit the beetles China hogs. Mr. James R. Anion, mill reduce the ihimngc dune by the out and walk without getting who has charge of those taken from southern com rootworiu. their money back. The motor-bu- s I e j boh-whlti e (Delayed) Keep your mind centered upon the motor bus. It is the the farm here is very proud of this record and is fitting some fine speci- logical short distance trans- r t'slon ) Chester Itnyne leaned back In bis sent In the railway compartment, hot nil uncomfortable. It was a wilting RECLEANED CAR JUST IN July tiny, and he had rotne twenty-seTr- n miles on a dlsAgrecnhle Journey Rye is Best for n Cover Crop. llaynes ttas district attorney for tiny rural territory that had practicalALSO ly no criminals, nnd he had regarded the Job ns m sinecure until "Dopy" Tnp, n notorious criminal, saw flt to turn bis activities to hi direction, and, enterlnc the house of nil old laily, murdered her Im cold blood and got away with a haul of several thou, NEW CROP TIMOTHY SEED. snnd dollars' worth of Jewelry. Tin-- oh! laity in question happened to le highly connected with certain Influences, Wherefore, on the fifth day after the occurrence, when Dopy" nppenred to hnte made his Telephone No. 26 Lancnstcr, Ky. successfully, Chester llnynes received a summon to the rnpltal to undergo n grilling at the hands of Hie governor. He took with him the chief of police, wlin tin il been n grocer, and a tis to relatives and friends Miss HUENA VISTA whose etcrct task had hitherto been C hrlstopher's many friends are gla I the lniH)iindliig of strny dogs and the Mrs. Jas. Morford ha returned to know that she will be in Louisv caught In the act from a week's visit with relatives in pursuit of urchins this winter, having accepted a pos of stenllng apples or tying tin cans Danville turn at the Masonic Home to curs' full. Mrs. Sallie I.nne sold to W. R. Rur-toMr. Howard (5. King died at his practically empty, The tniln four head of cattle at seven rents hsme near here Monday, Aug. Ilth except for the chief of Hllre, lolling asleep In one corner, with his mouth per pound. Hi health had been falling since the open, nnd n voluminous old Indy Miss Ann Scott Dcitrich, of early spring but his family and Itiijnrs. who sniffed prodigiousis spending thr wiek with friends were hopeful of his recovery ly, In the Interval of applying her Misses Rachel Scott, Sades Ruble and and his death came as a shock ta the handkerchief to her nose. Mr. King was a mem rstmmunity. went Jogging (Indys Hamilton. The slow along, stopping unreasonably every Mrs. Hugh Christopher of Ilurgin ber f the Mt. Olivet Methodist few minutes, as It seemed to Ches- was the gusct of friends here last church, an Intlurntlal cititen ,n good ter. He wlxil his ttrt forehead with Wednesday and Thursday. neighlHir and friend and his paving bl handkerchief, thrn rnmmcd It Mr. Herbert Rrooks and children, i a distinct loss. He is survived b down hi collar, tiieu put It bnck In three his KH'k't. Ktcrjthliig wn Micky nnd are visiting relatives in Ilurgin and hi wife and five children, daughters. Mixes Elizabeth, Ruth an.) humid and It would be hotter still attending the Raptlst Association. Overton and when lln)ties hml his Intrrtlew with Mrs. Laura Naylor and Mr Ruben .Mnddcllc; two sons, the goternor nnd tried to ctplnln Naylnr were guests Marion, also by his father and moth of Mrs. Joshiah why "top)" Troop had not yet lern er, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. King,. of Lan McCulley, at Ruckeye, last Sunday-Mr- . detect til. caster; two sisters, Mrs. Virginia Tom Jennings, who has been Reailey, of Pmnt Lick, The chief of jmllcn lnlted that and Mr he was hlillng somewhere nenr the in Richmond attending the Eastern Emory McWhorter, of Ijineatter; two scene of the murder, until the hue Xermal, is at home for his vacation. brother, Mr. William King, uf n and err died nwny, but Chester llnynes, M,ss Eluabeth King, who was at- raster and Mr. Ray King, of Cement. nnd nil the rest of the cltltens, were sure thnt he hail made his ritnwny. tending the Eastern Kentucky Suite Calif The funeral services were The train Jogged on, Chester got Normal was called home on account held at Mt. Olivet, conducted by his hotter nnd hotter, the jsillee chief of the illness of her father. pastor. Rev A. I. Jenes, assisted b snored, nnd the old lady, leaning Miss Florence Christopher, who has Rev. Price T. Smith, of Isncaster buck with her cjes closed, sniffed. been teaching in the Vashti Industr nl The burial followed at the Lancaster Chester listened to the music of the School, Thomasville, Oa., i here for cemetery, conducted by Rev, Smith wheels, nnd he tilted n sniff Into etery sixth revolution. Sometimes It mine, sometimes It Jtit missed. At last It d became unhenrnble. lie lenncd In hi sent. YOU WILL FIND THAT GOOD Tor Hod's sake stop Hint sniffing, madam!" he snld. The old woman opened her eyes, looked nt him mildly, nnd went to slop again. Sniff sniff sniff. Out dime tin- - hnndkerchlef. absolutely Chester wns AT A. H. BASTIN & COMPANY fnintlr. lie sat there, thinking of whnt the governor would say to him AND CURREY AND GULLEY and of what he viould say to the N..r.r For Seed and Home Rye Seed Barley Hudson & Famau : n N'srho-lasvill- wny-trnl- for-wnr- George Washington Flour goternor. -Sniff' Sniff!" VETERANS WELFARE ASSOCIATION Protest on Using the Following Poem Selected for Memorial Tablet The Veterans Welfare Association has protested vigorously in using the following poem "In Memoriam" which a committee has selected to be inscribed on the bronze tablet and placed in Kentucky's Memorial Ruild.ng, in honor of the young heroes of the late war. This Association think it entirely too long, "unmonumental, unworthy to be perpeluuted in bronze for any noble purpose, common. place, anil a worldly-minde- d trifle." Commenting further, it says: "The eowMMtion is uf n weak, har.sh, bard to rend and disclose the penciling I novice," Here it U: "IN MEMORIAM." "Dear Mothoriund, Kentucky, bore we bring The tin in its of those thy sons who nobly' died. Who far Thy sake and Freedom's put aside Young "Love, and Lusty Life, and Call of Spring And strode down Death's durk ways adventuring. We cantHtbring thum buck; We' cannot give To thoir young eye the Joy of sunrise, tier To eager ears the call thoy barkened for The oardinul among the hills of home. Thoy Nve Rut in our hearts and those are fugitive. hiill go down to dust even as they. So to Thy Heart, Kentucky, bring we new T!0c deuthlett nuimw, A coronet far thy brow and Reautiful. And thou shall pay d Unundlng hoor till Time's latest day. We. Riot-love- Chester was feeling murderous. He In ancd furwiird nguln and the old lady's ear: Tor Cod's sake, mndam, stop that r sniffing. I tell you I can't It" The old laily opened her eye again, looked nt him, nnd nodded politely Acorn tor Luck. simply detours and takes Evidently the old Indy wns stone denf. ho hnd made some reProm nnclrnt times hn its passengers on to their desti- She thirticht the weather. She learns been held a protection the nrorn lightngnlnst mark about nations. ning, n the tops of immy of our buck, closed her eyes again. Sniff! "Sniff! Sniff!" the ends of our cornice oes, It is coming, and to stay. s Chester glanced dclltierntely nbont our umbrella tnsseU nnd our still attest him, nnd his eyes fell in the police cane, which had chiefs BUCKEYE been presented to him hy admirers City's Average Need of Wsttr. on the occasion of his vacating the hydTullc engineers In American Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hill entertained grocery counter for his more exnlteil planning for a wnter supply under the Sunday. several friend at dinner office. lie had lost all control over present conditions, calculate upon the He felt homicidal. basis of n dally consumption uf Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cotton, of himself Sniff! Sniff!" gallons per capita, with provision to been visiting Mr. and Richmond, have Chester llnynes rnlsed the cane nnd incut on Increased deinsnd In the nenr Mrs. Hilly Cotton. held It, knoh downward, In the nlr. future, lor ordinary domestic pur a Sniff!" "Sniff! Rev. J. F. Price has just (Hises the reiiiiremriils average twenChester Ituynes let the knob fnll ty gallons inpltn very successful meeting at Pleasant on the old lady's head. Hill with 'J5 additions. An i Hi burst from the old lady's Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Grow, Mr. lips. The chief of jhiIIco sat tip nnd Frank Lund and family attended the rubbed hi e)es. Chester robbed his. Rrodhead Fair Thursday. The stick hnd knocked off the wig Mrs. J. A. Mewe, of Tuseoki, III., with the bonnet, disclosing the cropixi! was is here for a two week's visit with bend of a ml haired rulllun, who ten now ninklng a quick ilnsh for the her mother, Mr. Alice Rny. window. "Hold Mm!" the police chief "limitMr. and Mr. Luther Jenkins, of .Vewby, spent Saturday and Sunday ed. They grasjs'd the man, who was with Mr. and Mrs, T. ('. Jenkins. lighting like a demon. Hut, Impeded has returned by his skirts, he was nt Inst downed, Mrs. Anion Manford to her home in Frankfort, after a mid held ilHin the floor of the compartment, while willing band soon visit to Mr. and Mrs. K. R Rny. reduced him to a condition of Im Mr. Rurker and grandson. Herbert potince. Whittakor, Jr., of Ohio, visited Mr. "I knew It wn 'Dopy' Troop soon and Mrs. V. K. Wh ttaker last week. as I hesird hi m siillllng," said the pant"That'll 'snow In Mr. and Mr. It. W. Sander and ing nlke chief. that handkerchief." family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whit-takChester llnjne look iil nt him with and son, spent Sunday in MhiII-so- n gradually changed to li-aling-stuffblind-cordgold-heade- Lancaster Willing Tond ,if Swedish W" ei. r..n.i Itfirtl. iti.i r . Go. i ovsers. hll cih.se are t lowers, ami In I., its sue smd iNipuUtbsn propsM-ilStcVHtH. ioiiIhIbs iiwwv doner shops tlwH MM)' uther Piirop.nii city. Youthful Lover Too Sordid. He wn ten, I whs eight. He Invited mo to n CNrnltnl one night, ami of course I accepted, lie trmted inn to rides, hoiicM me randy, and I bud the time of my life. Hut my Iota for him faded when, the next dny, he came and showed my mother a list that he hnd kept of nil the things be bud treated me to. and asked her to ay him buck Chicago Journal cled r NOTICE TO TAX PAYEBS er county. bitterness that And it shall be thruout the coming years Young hearts shall proudly read those hro.nanio And feel within their own the sacred llamus, "We'll live for what they died for spite of fears," So faith shall spring once more from blood nnd tears. Keep safe these names; Thy tons who would not save Themselves at price of Liberty and Thee. The. 'Old Kentucky Home' shall hallowed be Thruout the age by the blood they gave Keep thou them safe, Thy Reautiful and Ilrave." 1 S. S. at 10:15 Sunday morning. There will be no service Sunday a the pastor, Ruv. J. F. Price, Is in Franklin, Ky., conducting a erls of nonchalance. "It doesn't matter what you and I tell the goternor, as long as tve stick to It," he answered. d night Thing but Wrong Tims. meetings. "Don't you think wo ought to Announcement wore received hist our business a littler" nsked the week of the arrival of a daughter, Junior partner. "VYu'll be blamed lucky," replied christened Doris Re, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Hill In Frank-for- t, the senior partner. ''If wo ran extend our note." Ronton Transcript. Ky. ALL TAX PAYERS IN GARRARD COUNTY WHO HAVE NOT RETURNED THEIR ASSESSMENT TO ME THIS YEAR WILL PLEASE CALL AT MY OFFICE AND DO SO, AS THE TIME LIMIT IS ALMOST UP. RESPECTFULLY, Wis Mr. and Mr. R. V. Sanders and Vactncy Somtwhtre. daughter and Miss Sallie Lou Teatcr "I.tink snys be ran write best on an were in Richmond on Friday. Hope empty stomal h," "Ills stuff suggests to me that It Sunders had her adenoids removed was written with an mpty head." at Gibson Hospital. Iloston Transcript. A. T. SCOTT TAX COMMISSIONER. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 24, 922 1 ellKll S GOODYEAR CROSS - RIB CORD asr 30x31, OXFORDS 30x3 You Big Dollar Brings The Most Value WHAT THESE TIRES HAVE DONE IN THE PAST SIX MONTHS: No Adjustments asked for on Kelly- Springfield since we have had the Agen cy. Kellys are coins; fine. WE SELL AUTOMOBILE TIRES CHEAPER THAN ANYONE CHEAPER HOUSES. WE HAVE A FEW ODDS THAN EVEN THE CHEAP AND ENDS IN OUR LINE OF TIRES WE WILL SELL ALMOST AT YOUR PRICE. WE HAVE WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILES. MAIL-ORDER D 2 $13.50 $6.00 $7.80 $18.00 $19.00 $20.00 FIRESTONE HEAVY DUTY OVERSIZE BLOCK, NON-SKICORD 30x3 2 KELLEY-SPRINGFIEL- D $11.75 Kant-Slip 30x3 a 32x1 Cord 33x4 Cord 34x4 Cord - 30x3 Vx 32x4 33x5 30x3 30x3 Cord - Fabric Va $13.50 $24.00 $25.00 Non-Ski- GOODYEAR Not a Single Adjustment asked for. FIRESTONE CORDS No Adjustments asked for. KELLY-SPRINGFIEL- D d $9.00 $10.00 PHONE 274 N. 2nd. STREET GARAGE IN CONNECTION DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Usr- v -l l... CHCRAFT, western rwentucny Farmers ONCE REPROACH -- PAINT LICK Mrs. Oltie Hoian has been on the sick 1st. S. M. Denny was mingling with old friends here Monday. Will Now he Blessing to Salem, SHOW INTEREST IN POULTRY Massachusetts Chmbr of Commerce la Ui Witch Burning Motif for Arllitlc Community Siinkosrds Salem, Mum. Applying good sense to It advertising for the ne fulurr welfare of the city's commere cial interest, local Chamber of official will Mutant or to turn the ancient reproach of witchcraft Into a blrss.ng for the city. The movement has been Initiated through a erie of artistic signboards, termed "Community Hoards," that have recently been erected at the several en. trances to the city. Salem I not proud of the part of her forefathers played in the hanging of Innocent old ladies for imaginary ins in the exrrcise of black magic, but since no one It ever going to for-gthese follies of the past, will turn them to advertising account. The Community Hoards are artistic. They typify two feature that have made Salem famous It colonial doors and steps and witchcraft. The design represent a fine colonial porch In white, with a brick while a witch I protrayed standing on the steps wearing the steeple hat and carrying a broom. There is a list of notable sight of the town, such a the House of Seven Gables, Peabody Museum, Essex Institute, birthplace of Nathaniel Hopes Memorial and Witch Com-mercet m back-ground, Haw-thorne, House. Prior to the erection of the Community Hoard the chamber of Commerce dotted tho highway with finger-pos- t designed to represent the famous witch, nnd so arranged as to Indicate the direction of Salem, the "City of Witches." Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv- ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. DR. J. J. BYRNE OITOMl2TRIT limited Practice to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by fitting of tho proper glasses. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 8 to 12 and 1 Opposite Gilctter Hotel. Ollca Hours to S p.mf M S. HATFIELD DENTIST OsTica Phoaas OsTica LANCASTER, sr Tha Garrard Baalf. B. FWsMaace 37. KENTUCKY. Fannie Francis. Mr. nnd Mr. J .M. Metcalf and Mis Docia Metcalf, of Stanford, atMysttry In Footprint. tended the C. E. rally at the Chris, Tniilltlun Ua It that the lint Spun-lard- s tlan church Sunday. to l.tml In Hawaii vrrtv wrecked Hev. Wm. Thompson, of Indiana, on the southeast const In 1&7.1; but the rlenr Imprint of it .Spanish !ux spent a few day with hi father, Mr. him lht'ii illormerrd In the uriii- - of Thompson, this week and preached an undent luv:i Don on the west coast at Walnutta Wednesday night. Denr Honuunau, the "City of Refuge." Mines Lucille and Stella Burmam Bitten the luvn How must antedate the Wood and Nancy building of the rlly In Ills), how the Kstrldge, Dina footprint got I lure Is a tii)stery that Guyn were guests of Mis Elvareo '. Arnold Monday at Mrs. J. G. fill probably Deter be solved. Burn-sides- Recent poultry culling demonstrations conducted In Grayson, Hart and Muhlenberg counties by farmers' organizations, the extension division of the College of Agrculture and county agents brought out many Indications that farmers in Central-WesterKentucky are keenly interested in poultry raising. The demonstrations which were designed to show farmers ami poultry raisers how to between the laying nnd loafing hens in their flocks, alto served to bring out many points on housing. feeding and control of poultry diseases for the benefit of those who attended. The interest was especially mark ed in Grayson county where farmers received a total of more than one million dollars in 1921 from the sale of poultry products, according to produce men. Five hundred and fifty persons attending nine demonstra tions and one night meeting held In this county, a total of ISO persons gathering at the night meeting where important poultry problems were Eight similar demonstrations were held In Hart county and four In Muhlenberg. The schedule at nine demonstrations In Grayson county took In the farms of W. 1. Dehaven, Jim Larkin and A. I. Moore, near Leltchfield; P. K. Tabb, near Cancyvllle, H. E. Koby, near Church; John Hackett, near Clarkson; J. 0. Washburn, near Cancyvllle; John Shain, near Spring Lick, and J i'M C. Lee, near Leltchfield. In Hart county the demonstrations were held on the farms of Dr. U. D Peterson, William Slinker, C. C. Winston, J. II. Lester and 0. W. Mots, all near Munfordvillr; J. T. Geralds, near Cub Hun; L. II. Howl ing, near Cannier and J. T. Ilrynnt, near Hardyvllle. The four Muhlenberg county demonstrations were held on the farm of I). Stewart, ami W. W. Warren, near Greenville; V. B. Southard, near Luzerne, and J. W. Winn, near Dunmore. The entire Mock on each of these farms was culled by II. It. Jackson, poultry extention specialist from the College of Agriculture, in order to show farmer the method of dlstingu. ithing between the laying and non- laying hen In their llockt. Many questions as to control of poultry' disease. and the best methods of Increasing egg production by feeding also were answered for the benctlt of those who attended the demonstrA total of 1,080 hen were ation. handled in the demonstration, 410, or more than 38 per cent of these, being culled out because they showed the characteristic signs of Wing poor producers that hod stopped laying. n d. were Mr. and Mr L. II. Davis visitor in itichmond Sunday. Mr. O. L. Hammack and family, were visitors in Danville Friday. Mr. II. J. Chestnut and family at tended the Fair at Hrodheod Thurs day. Miss Hettle Hester was the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. John Col. son. Misses Stella and Ueulah West en tertained the Kpworth League Thurs- were guest of Mr and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut Saturday. Mr. and Mr. J. E. Anderson entertained the following at dinner Sun-dnMr. and Mrs. J. C. llowan and little daughter, of Lexington; Mr. Martha Mitchell, of Illinois; Mr. II. II. Anderson and family and Mr. Jno. Pcnington and family. A Mr. and Mr. W. O. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hill and children were going to Lancaster Monday a Mr. Gum, of Irvine, who wa com ing down the hill ran into the rear end of Mr. Anderson's car, doing con car sidcrable damage. Mr. Gum' Fortunately no wa damaged some. one was seriously hurt. WOLF Mis SADDLE HORSE la Staging Comeback, Says In- vestigator for Association After Visits to 16 of Leading Cities Louisville, Ky., Aug. 13 The saddle horse is coming, according to E. S. Akin, a special investigator for day night. Miss Cora Ilrynnt, of Lancaster, it spending a few day with Miss Ava McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. It. it. I.edfonl and children attended the baptUIng at '.lun Sunday. Several from here attended the burial of Mrs. Higginbothum at Lancaster Monday. MIm Nellie Scott I the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. Louis Ktbcrt Teater, of Uuckeye. Mrs, George Ballard, of Lancaster, was the guest of her daughtrr, Mrs. Jack Davis Saturday. Messrs. Robt. and Ollie Bolan visit-e- d their sister, Mrs. Hhoda Wylle at Bryantsvllle, Monday. Miss Nannie Campbell and Mr. Sam Campbell are visiting relatives In Lexington this week. Hev. and Mr. N. II. Young were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson Wednesday. Mr. It. O. Moberley, of near Itichmond. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Burchell Saturday-Mr-. and Mrs. Edd Hoop have rented rooms at the Parks Flat and will move in the near future. Hev. Willie Rogers closed n very successful meeting nt Wallaceton Sunday with 15 additions. Mrs. I.en Kodicr nnd children, of Ilerea, lire here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Goodman for a visit. Mr. Mona Chasteen, who has been visiting her parent nnd other relative returned to her home in Indiana Sunday. Misses Mabel and Grnce Hall, who have been attending Normal at Bowl, ing Green have returned home for a vacation. Mrs. F. II. Smith returned home Saturday night after a four week's visit with relatives in Oklahoma and Missouri. Mr. Alex Francis left Tuesday for hi home in Oklahoma, after two week' visit with hi mother, Mrs. TRAIL Irene Hardin was with home folks Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley were with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard Wed nesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and daughter, were week-en- d visitors of the latter' parents. MrsWoshlnh McCullcy left Sunday for a month's visit with relatives and friends at Buena Vista. Miss Jessie B. Hay returned home Sunday after a delightful visit with Misses Grade Dean and Myrtle Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Jcs.o Clark and family, of Madison spent the past weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley. Miss Nellie Scott, of Paint Lick, Mr. Nelson Davis, of Berca are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Teater this and little daughter, spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mr. Andrew Clark In Madison. MIses Mary Parson nnd Delia of Louisville, Miss Flora Mae Price are visiting Mcsdnmcs Harmon and Hunter Davis. .Mr. and Mr. Elijah McMillian nnd son were In Jessamine Sunday and spent a pleasant duy with Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Tenter. Mcsdamcs Hiram Itny, Nora Teuter and Misses Sallic Lou Teater nnd Ethel Hay were afternoon guest Thursday of Mr. Joe Hay. The two year old child of Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Delaney had the misfortune of getting one of it finger cut off by an ax one day last week. Mr. and Mr. Josiuh McCulley entertained Sunday Mrs. I.aurn Naylor and son, George T., of Buetui Vista, and Mrs. Minnie McCulley and children. Mr. George Stormes, of Missouri, Mesdames Dan Nettie and Linsey Hay nnd.Otti Hay Bogle were entertained at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mose Hay Friday. Mr. and Mr. Frank Bogie of Lexington, Mr. and Mr. Josiah McCulley and Willie McCulley were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mr. Allen Teater. Mr. John Hay of Poor Hideo, came over recently nnd purchased a colt from Mr. W. T. Moberley for $50.00 n and made hi grandson, Master J.f McMillian a present of the colt. Mr. and Mr. Allen Teater entertained the following guest Sunday: Davis and Mr. nnd Mr. Hunter daughter, Mrs. Drew Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dalley and son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Teater and baby, Miss Nellie Scott and Mr. Nelson Davis, Mr. George Hardin and John Steve East, of Bellvue. Hoi-ma- week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley the Horse Association of America, who has visited 46 of the leading cities of the United States collecting statistics relative to the present standing of the horse both as a commercial proposition and a meant of personal transportation. Mr. Akin, who is in Louisville in connection wth the conventon of the National Harness Manufacturers' nnd Leather Goods Dealers' Association to be held here August 21 and 22, said that the signs pointing to the return of the saddle horse, which has to some extent been eclipsed by the automobile during recent years, are unmistakable. The message brought by Mr. Akin I of particular interest to Kentucky, for it Is in this state that some of the greatest saddle hones of all time have been produced. There atill are many breeders in Kentucky who will welcome a return to popularity of the saddle. Wayne Dinsmore, secretary of the Horse Association of America, will address the harness men's convention during its second day's session on the subject of the saddle horse and his brightened prospects. Mr. Akin said, and every breeder in the state interested in this subject Is urged to be present. Not only are persons socially prominent and possessed of more than average meant turning to the saddle horse, but Mr. Akin found, in many of the eastern cities clerks and stenographers and persons engaged in similar wrok in an increasing number were renting aimals for horseback jaunt after the day at the office had been finished. In practically, all of the larger cities in the North and East he found great interest being taken in the extension and improvement of bridle paths and to points of interest nearby. This, he said, wa one of the strongest ndicatiuns of the rapidity with which horseback riding is winning favor from the cty dweller. WHITE LICK Mrs. Charlie Wooten hat been on the sick Hit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marshall were in Bcrea Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Creech visited her uncle, Saturday night. Mrs. Willie Rhodut visited her mother, Mrs. H. D. Creech, Tuesday. Mist Clyde Wooten It visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wooten. Mrs. W. A. Anderson and daughter visited Mr. and Mr. Otto Bowling Tuesday, at Berca. Mr. an dMrs. Charlie Gooch and little daughter, Edith, of Danville, are visiting home folks. Mrs. C. It. Keer has returned home from Cynthlana, Georgetown and Falmouth, where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Gooch and e daughter, Mr. Zack Hester, Mil Gooch and James Todd, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Chandler and family Friday. Ver-nell- Dor-one- y, NOTICE OF ELECTION OF BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS' ASSOCIATION CO-OPERATI- To our Members: J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Offlca Over National Dank. Residence fhone 8. Office Phone 27 I LANCASTER. KY. Miss Flora Mae Price and cousin, Mis Delia Dohoney and friend, Mis Mary Elisabeth Herndon, of Louisville have been guests of Mr. and VETERINARIAN. K. Price. CaHt Aotwsrsd Praaspilf Day ae Mr. T. Mis Lilly Creech and Mr. Ernest Nliht. Pkoa 317. Creech, of Eaton, Ohio, who are visiLANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ting relative and friend near here Or. Printus Walker The annunl election for delegates who will choose district Assodirectors of the Burley Tobacco Growers' ciation will be held between the hours of eight o'clock in the morning and four o'clock in the afternoon, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th., 1922. Each member of the Hurley Tobacco Association is entitled to one vote by balGrowers' lot for such delegates. Candidates for delegates will be nominated in mass meetings to be held in the court houses of nil counties in the Burley district on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd., 1922, at 2 o'clock V. M. Twice as many candidates as the county may elect as delegates arc to be nominated and each county is entitled to one delegate for each million pounds or majority fraction of a million pounds of tobacco of the 1921 crop delivered to the Association. In counties in which the amount delivered to the Association falls below a million pounds such county shall elect one delegate, who shall have such fraction of a vote as the amount of tobacco of the 1021 crop delivered to the Association may be to a million, pounds. Growers who may not be able to attend the election September lGth., may vote by mail or send their ballots to the election officer and such ballots so voted must reach the election P. M September officers between the hours of 8 A. 51 .and 26th. If sent after ! o'clock on the day of the election they cannot be counted in the result. Delegates elected in the various counties will meet MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th., 1922, at the court house in that county of each district which delivered the largest amount of tobacco to the Association of the crop of 1921 and will there organize by the election of chairman and secretary and proceed to elect a director for said district to serve for the ensuing year. Every member of the Association is urged to attend the mass meeting in his county September 2nd., to nominate delegates and the election September 10th., at which delegates will be chosen. By order of the Board of Directors of tho Burley Tobacco Association. Growers' JAMES, C. STONE, President and General Manager. 1 . H. LEE EARLEY, Secretary and Treasurer. . Tha Central Racord. LaAcaatar; Ky. Thursday, Aug 24. 1022 I SPECIAL PRICE ON Old Hickory Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY WAGONS AT A SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. SPECIAL PRICE. CONN BROS. IE "Live and Let Live Folk.." IE Ell 111 IBB 3 The Central Record 91.50 a Year limed Weakly. Payable in Advance. power in recent months that their purposes arc about to be come effective. At least the public is feeling the effect of this strike in full measure. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. As to who is right or wrong It. L. ELK IN, Local Editor and Mgr. in this industrial controversy Entered at the Post Office in we do not pretend to say, but Mall Ky., as Second-Clawe do know that there ought Matter. to be some governmental steps taken to prevent a rcpitition of Forin Advertising Rtpt maa'ra THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION this wholly unnecessary condition which futuro strikes will Lucasier, Kr., kn 24. 1922 surely bring, and perhaps even Congress Rales For Political Announcements. worse than this one. COO should immediately take notice For Precinct and City Offices.? 10.00 of the conditions and enact For County Offices For State and District Offices. 15.00 such measures into law as may .10 protect and safeguard both the For Calls, per line .10 rights For Cards, per line of Labor and Capital but For all publications in the interabove all, save the innocent est of individuals or expresPublic from the incidental losssion of individual views, per Lan-caiter- , I Often It takes but a whisper ed innuendo to destroy it. Yet people who otherwise live an exemplary life will In dulge in gossip that starts stories thnt grow into moun tains of scandal thnt envelop and crush mnny an innocent person. People who cannot curb their tongues should become hermits. They would be miss ed, but not mourned. An editor wns severely critl clsed by many of his subscrib ers for printing the plain truth In his paper. Stung to the quick, he an nounced that on a given date would omit from his col :ie umns every class of news to which nny objection wns made by any person. When the paper wns issued ever' page was blank. To what class of news do you object? Don't let your child "blow in its nrst nickel. !lo no so is to give it is first lesson in Mrs. Elisabeth Higglnbotham, wife of George T. Hlgginbotham, former ly of thin county, died at her home in West Point, Minn., last Saturday morning, after an illness lasting at most a year. She was n daughter of Sarah and William Walker Cochran, of this county, where hc was born May 13th., 185S. In 1874 she was mar ried to George T. Hlgginbotham and the early years of their married life was spent in Garrard county, both families being prominently connected him. with the most influential families In If he is just n chronic kicker, tho county. In later years they mov tell him the devil is waiting for ed to Lexington, from which place they moved to West Point, Miss, him. about seven years ago. There are many other things Surviving her are n devoted hus you might tell him, but it woulc band and tho following children: Mrs. be useless. Wholesale truths 11. W. Chaappeleau, of Virginia; Mrs. seldom sink into a tough hide, J. P. Smith, of LouUville, Ky., Mr. W. W. Hlgginbotham, of Lexington, It requires years of correct Ky., Mr. J. E. Hlgginbotham, of West living to build up an unblcm Point, Miss., and Mm. Tom Floyd, of Danville, Ky., and several grand chil ished reputation. dren, who rise up and call her bless ed. When you hear a fellow con tlnually knocking this country ask him where he came from Ask him why he left his ow country. Ask him why he doesn't go back there. If he says he is a native o this country, tell him he is not a credit to his nativity. If he admits that he came from another country, tell him our country would not miss Higginbotham That Reminds mel There are specially priced items during the month offAUGUST at McRobsrts A FEW 93 Hair Tonic 03 Slininpooll'nstc Drug Of THEM ARE Store. 75c! Special 50cts After a short service at her home in West Point, the remains were ac companied to Danville by her son, J K. Hlgginbotham, the devoted hus band being ill and could not travel, and were met at Danville by a large company of friends and relatives and carried to Lancaster and laid betide the loved son, John, who was buried there many years ago. Services were conducted by Iter. E. B. Hourlnnil. Mrs. Hlgginbotham was a member of the Christian church and was a devout member, always attending Its services when her health would permit. She ran the Journey of her life in sixty-seve- n years. It is a path marled with deed of kindness and cheer. Flowers, not thorns, sunshine, not shadow, did she scatter every where. Truth was the inspiration of her life, and by kinJncM she exemplified it great worth. She leaves many friends In Garrard who will mourn her parsing, all remembering her so pleasantly ami all extending o the bereaved husband and children their, sincere sympathy and con dolence. Jonteel FnccPowder7Cn ) J Jontcel Talcum Qrrial Onfc OpcUlcll JUULb ' Eriorrmu'$1.00' Special 79cts 50c KbKubb" Special 39cts I Junior Club Camp For Airtullural Iters and Girls If you need money Card of Thanks method of thanking our many friends for their nets of kindness, and for their many floral offerings toward our beloved husband and father, during his long illness Mrs. Nell King and death. and children. We take thi lino Obituaries, per line ) We Give it five pennies. Let it Public sentiment will eventuspend one or two for candy, ally force such laws and will do so at an early date if the and SAVE THE REST. That Announcement will be its first lesson in econ are authorized to announce strike continues much longer. ... 10 es. .05 Gilbert a candidate to succeed himself in Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. August 5, 1922. Hon. Ralph- omy. Liberal Support To be Given Throughout State Taxes Lower or Higher? The period for paying taxes What May Be The Result of The Strike the principle of seniority and the Railroad heads still maintain that some diciplinc is necessary to properly manage so large a business as the railroad industry of the country, and there it stands in dead lock. In the moantimc business is pnralized and the public continues to suffer. No one has any desire to sec labor injured in the settlement of the great controversy that has been going on since July first. The right of labor to exercise and enjoy the privilege of collective bargaining is accepted by all. Neither does the public favor such a status of af fairs as will either weaken or destroy our transportation system and the business interest behind it. The very purpose of Union labor is to gather ?uch strength by union and the exercise of collective contracting or refusing to contract or work as to stop transportation, thereby preventing the distribution of the necessities of life to the general public which will force both the public and the railroads to accept their demands. The unions have gained such is now approaching and mnny of the unfortunate who are liable are beginning to wail, The loss and inconvenience the cry being that taxes are too that has been suffered by the high and should be lowered. public as a result of the quarrel It is quite true that taxes have between the Union and Rail- always and always will be too has been high for some, but even the road Corporation huge. It has now touched ev- most liberal are brought to ery business and home through feel, in these recent days, that out the country and the public the expenses of government in is growing impatient that it is all of its forms should be ad not settled. ministered at less cost. We do The Unions contend thnt not suggest thnt reasonable they cannot afford to surrender proper progress not From the cradle to the grave great tax upon the mem ory of a normal human mind. The farmer who has to go ten miles for a trace chnin finds it an expensive purchase. If the town man had to go to the nearest city for a pencil, or his wife had to journey hence for n spool of thread, both would be peeved beyond endurance. It pays to spend your money with our local dealers, for the more they sell the greater the variety of stock they can afford to carry for your s no For Christian Education and should be made along all lines, and especially for schools and ronds, but even in this recognized demand for these npproved and worthy causes, too much public debt must not be crentcd. In fact, no public debt should ever be created and incurred without the way provided at the time for its ultiLegislative mate liquidation appropriation even for the good causes, and there arc hundreds of them, should never be permitted unless the way is clear for their payment nt the time of legislation is approved. The way and only way to reduce taxation is to reduce public expenses. When a debt is creatod by the public there is no such thing as reducing taxes until it is satisfied, and clamor all they may for lower taxes it will not be done. The time, therefore, for reducing taxes is the elimination of the debt or expense of public affairs to the point that you would lower the taxes. Remember that pay day is coming in governmental ways as well as with the individual and it is too late to get out of paying after the debt is made. fellow citizens? benefit of A bottle of champagne Is only an aggravation to n parched throat until the cork is pulled. It is so with those ideas you are carrying around In your head but never allow to become public. Spring them all of them. Some may be Impractical, and if so they will be cast aside and no one will be harmed. Hut among tho number there may be one that is of inestimable value to our community. That is the one wo want the one we need but wo can't benefit from it until you pull the cork from your thlukery. -- Statewide support In the Presby terian movement for Christian edu cation is promised not only by the 35,000 Presbyterians of Kentucky, but by many friends of the different institutions to benefit by this movement, according to announcement here from S. W. McOlll, direc tor of the work. "We find," said Mr. McGill, "that theru are many, not members of our church, who are vital ly interested in Christian education and want to see our movement succeeded. In addition there arc many former students of Centre and Kentucky College for women scattered throughout the state who Have written us for something to do to help. This is especially true of the Centre men who havo learned that in addi tion to the $300,000 to be given them out of the 11.000,000 to be ratted, New One the General Education Hoard of New- As you walk along the York has promised 1200,000, provid streets of this town, what do ed the 11,000,000 I given by the end you see? What do you think? of the year. That, tif course, means a great deal to that institution." What do you say? Some interesting statistics have Possibly there is some ob- been prepared allowing thu strength struction in the way, some re- of Presbytcrianism in Kentucky. pairs that are needed, or some There are 20,207 members of tho improvement thnt could be Southern Church and 14,315 members of the Northern branch, making mnde. a total of about 31,500. There are You see the possibilities, but U2 ministers, 1,231 older, 1,142 do your thoughts get beyond deacons, and 290 churches in the the confines of your own brain? state. Hoth branches of the church Do you spring them for the arc united n the present campaign under the control of a united your The first lloyle and Garrard coun ty camp wns held August Nth. to 18th., on the PerryviHe Fair ground. The klndnevi of Mr. J. C. 11. Harmon, who gave the Fair ground and other citizens of PerryviHe, who sent ice cream and cake as well a fruit, will not soon be forgotten. Each day was given over to clasc! in the morning, games and athletic contests In the afternoon. Each eve- ning Vesper services were conducted iy one of the local ministers, follow ing which, each tribe gave a stunt. The children were also entertained with Itadio music. The last night of camp, the children gave a circus. which was enjoyed by about two hun- Ired visitors. We hope that next year this camp ran be held in Garrard county. The camp was In charge of Mr. Garnctt McKcnney, and Mr. W A. Howell, of the College of Agriculture, Mr. W. N Ewald of the V. M. C. A.. Mr. Chas. Taylor, Farm Agent and Mrs. Agent of Grubbs, Demonstration Hoylc County, and MIJoce Syler, Home Demonstration Agent of Gar-- ; rard. on your farm, January 1st, put in application NOW Interest 5 l- -2 Sue Shelby Mason Ixian Agent and Abstractor Court House I.ANCASTKK, Clo-t- f KY If you keep your eyes (open you will see that It pays to trade with R. J. ENGLE Near Depot Uincastcr.Ky FLOUR 89cts Every Sack Hiiw Scientific HEATING PLANT circulates warm air through the house-atakes me cool air out mi out-door Spring a 1 WARM Caloric circulating heat is the modern idea It Rives to tha air in your rooms tho freshness and balrnlness of air in Bummer. Provides an even and uniform temperature throughout the house. Caloric circulating heat is slmplo as sunshine and almost as convenient- - Takes the cool air out, as it circulates warm air through the house. No pipes, no plumbing,' no radiators only one register. Costs less than stoves required to heat the wno space. Reduces fuel consumption H to ? Pays for itself. You will never be satisfied with old methods of heating after you once know tho advantages of Caloric circulating heat. In heating. Tha LI- oMnls U m nw modl Caloric wlih many Important Improva. is now for you. Iilc irtluod to iowaat lovtL Quarantaml satisfaction 01 monry back. Latus WA show you this sdtntific and economical systtm ci urging. idy cigarettes SYSTEMllOti CIR'CUlL'AtlMi fiDI I EAT "AIR They are OOD, Haselden BroS. e The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday. Auk 24, 1922. Mis Carolyn Rice, of Richmond, I Mr. W. It, Rail and twn children are visiting her slater, Mr. W. T. the guest of Mr. D. Gullcy Malone, In Campbellsville, Ky. Mli Laura Dunn, of Lexington, is Margaret Klllott, on Mine Mary Owsley and Eugenia visiting Ml Dunlap left Tuctday for a visit to Maple avenue. frlemU in Nlchobuvllln and LexingMIm Annie Royiton, Mr. and Mr. Cemlnjl and A BiUt MsMUa f tt ton. Kd Gainc arc spending a few day G4fijH byTht Wt Art WmiUd Ik. Mr. and Mr. John Brown, of Lout-vill- e, at Uoonesboro. are guet of Mn. Brown' .Alls of Kllza Dudley De Belle, Burn-tidviltlng parent, Mr. and Mrt. Jamc Louisville, la the guest of Mrs. RobMartha Fritbic Mr. Mrs, Mttle Trice In Danville. ert Klnnalrd. Mlt Klla Mao Bourne it a guest itml Mr. W. It Cook, of DanMr. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Harris, of thl week of. her sister, Mr. Milton ville, were In Lancattcr Tuesday. Bollard and Mr. Kollnrd, in Dan- Stanford, arc guest of Mr. Harris mother, Mr. Kathorine Harrii. Mr. C. C Brown, of Lourtville, ii ville. the guett of Mr. F. 11. Markbury. Mr. W. B. Walden and children, Mn. K. I Owsley returned Tuei-ila- y from Mi visit to her daughter, of Heron, arc spending a few week Lena Bright will go thl week for a vUlt to relative In Danville. Mr. W. K. Cook and .Mr. Cook, In with her parent, Mr. and Mr. R. K. Gossip About People Announeement Wc wish to announce our e. PALL TAILORING OPENING which will take place in the next few days-exa- ct dates to be announced later. The STORRS SCHAEFER CO., Cincinnati Tailors will send their special man to us for this opening with a special line consisting of 300 samples of piece goods. Watch for the dates. Prices $28.50 to $60.00 . Ml Loulte McKe.-- , of Richmond, Mr. II. V. Bastin, Master Charles, and Mft Caroline Nicholas, of II. V. and Mli Marjory Bnttin, of Mr. It. San ford returned Monday are charming guett of Mitt Frankfort, are visiting I.ancater from n vliit to relative in Hlchmond. Minnie Mae Itobimon. relative. Delia Klce Hughe Ml vi.itinn Mr. David CI. Colton, of Middle, Miss Mary Clark ha returned to her aunt, Ml Sue Sutton at Marks-hur-y. boro, Ky., wat the of hit aunt her home In Lexington after spendfiet and unclc,Mr. and Mr. W. B. Mot ing n month with her grand parents, Mr. and Mn. Sam Bourne. Mr. 0. V. Hall, of N'lcholaiville, Is Tueiday and Wednesday. the guett of Mr. Hoht. Long and Mr. Mr. and Mrt. J. A. Eisner and chilMr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson aro Long. House Ky. dren, of Charleston, West Vs., are spending a few days at Elixir Spring. here for a hort ritlt to Mr. Eltner's Mr. Simon Anderson and Lewi (i 11 Mr. and Mr. Stark Fh, ef Florida were guests there last week. have been recent guests of Mr. Joe parent, Mr. and Mr. N. Miller. Frnncii. Helen and Kathleen Todd, Dr. and Mr. B. C. Rose, Mr. II. Mle Mr Jean Paxten, of Stanford, ha of 1'aint Lick, have been plraiant V. Ilaatin, Mr. and Mrs. Roi Bnstin Mit Georgia Dunn has returned kele, of New Orleans, and Mr. Buck-Jn- flee of the American Farm Bure'au and arc from Camp Daniel Boone where she been a recent vlltor of Mli Mary guett of their grand fnther. Judge spent Thursday in Spindle, of Norfolk, Vn. The Federation, who helped us with the (I. M. Treadway and Mrs. Treadway. taking in the Blue (Srais Fair. Owsley, went to make two addresses before house was decorated in pink and campaign in Madison county. He Mr. and Mrt. Stark Fith, of OklaMIm Angle Kinnaird ha returned the Christian Endeavor and Adult white flower. The table handsome- - say he has jutt received a copy of the Mr T. I). Evan aul Mr. Tat Sut-te- n In session Iy laid, was covered with a beautiful Central Record's Special Edition, were In Danville on busine the homa City, and Mr. M. K. Fish, of from a tay of several weeks attend- Bible Class Conference ; center piece of Cluny lace and had concerning Garrard county and that Crab Orchard, nre guetta of Mr. ing the University of Louisville and there this week. patt week. for Its center pccc an cxnuisite bas this itsuc Is one of the very Robert Burntlde and daughter, Mlt several day's stay In Indianapolis. Mrs. William Lear entertained ' ke filled with pink nnd white flowers. best he has seen yet, and is way Mr. Will Mam, of Knoxvllle, Ida. . Mis Mary Owaley and Mis Eugen- Tuesday evening with a dinner in prevailing color scheme of pink ahead of the Issue from. . Tenn., ha been a reeent viltor In honor of Mr. II. V. Bastin and chil- IThe white wa also carried in the six Mr. Gilbert Ilaye, of Corbln and ia Danlap nre in Nicholasvllle, the "Just thought you would appreciI.aneattcr. Mr. Casper Hayes, of Loultvillc pent guest of Mrs. Frank Smith where dren. Cover were laid for Mrs. II. menu served. Covers were ate knowing that the Chicago Office returned the weekend with their cousin, they will be honor guests of a five V. Bastin, Charles, II. V. and MarMis Edna Hcrkele ha laid for Mrs. Bcrkcle, Mrs. Bcckncr, look upon your Farm Bureau Editay at French Misses Cella and Nancy Elizabeth hundred party. B. C. Rose jory Bastin, Dr. and Mr. from a two week' Mr. Lige Ford, Mr J. E. Storroes, tion a one of the best put out In the and son, James Lear, Mr. and Mrs. I.fck Springs. Palmer. Harry whole United States. Mr. and Mr. Kd Ross, Miss Helen Ross Bastin and Lttl! daughter, Wil- Mr. Robert Kinnaird, Mr Now smile." Rice, Mrs. Theo Currey, Mrs. J. E. Mr. W. It. Mason and Mi Sue Those vho entertained the Mistcs (Jul Icy, Miss Laura Dunn and Miss lie Allene. Sincerely your friend, Elmore and Mrs. John Scott. Shelby Maion were visitor In Dan-1Il- c Allman while in this vic4nity were Josephine Raney will motor to LexGeoffrey Morgan." nndj Mr. and Mr. Wm. Hardin Friday. Mr. and Mr. W. B. Criggi, Mr. and ington today anil be visitor at the have The following invitations daughter and son, arc visiting her been Mm. Robert Yater and Mr. anJ Mr. Blue Grass Fair. issued: MV Elizabeth Mashburn, of Bards, mother, Mr. Lucy East. They will Divided We Buferd Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore George Carpenter was made doubly leave Friday for a hort visit to town, it the attractive guest of Mlt requests the honor of your presence Every mnii hns his own mind, Farm. M. Smith enter-talne- d happy last week by the arrivnl of an- Richmond with his father and mothMr. and Mr. Johnetta at the marriage of their daughter a number of friend and rela- other democrat at his home. He has er. They will be there a week, leavnnd our laws accord him the Charlie Elveree Edna Gullcy. of Canada. I Ml to In honor of Mici been named Ralph Gilbert, in honor ing there for Frankfort for a short right to free thought nnd uncle, Mr. J. D. Oulley tive Sunday visiting her Dr. Gilbert M. Billings Cynda Belle and Susan Etta Allmnn, of our esteemed Congressman. visit with his sister, then they will Tuesday morning. September fifth 8pecch. and Mr. GuHey. of Richmond. one thousand nine hundred and This freedom, however, Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird entertained motor home in Kdinburg, Ind. Ophelia Carroll Bailey,' of Ml twenty-twMrt. Vcrdelia Rucker and children, with a lovely dinner Tuesday at her should not lend us into chan11. Bastin entertained SunMrs. A. at eleven o'clock Stanford, J vilting her litter, Mr. of Williams town, rrturned to their home on Maple avenue, in honor of day at her home, on the Lexington nels of thinking und speaking Christian Church K. I'mcott Brown. home yesterday, after tpending sev- Miss Eliza Dudley De Belle, the rpnd with n dinner :n honor of her Lancaster, Kentucky-Birthdathnt produce friction nnd popuLittle Brito Conn, who ha been eral day with Judge and Mr. C. guest of Mr. Robert Kinnaird. birthday anniversary. The guests lation divided against itself. visiting hi grandparent, in Louis- iM. Treadway. MItc Cynda Belle and Susan Et- were .Mr. and Mrs. Crittenden PopIn union there is strength. ville, hat returned home. Mist Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rny, Mr. and ta Allman hnve returned to their per, a sitter of Mr. Bastin, and In discord we face nothing but Nancy Pepper, of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Last Sunday morning, August 20th, Mr. and Mr". Clay Sutton returned 'Mr. Fred Snyder anil little daughter, home in Richmond, after spending tay at Allie II.. and Mr. Robert Ray were two week's vacation with their cous- H. V. Bastin and children, of Frank- friends and relatives of Mrs. James mediocrity nnd disaster. Monday from n two week' We are a community unto entertained Sunday at the home of ins. Misses Km ma and Lula Smith. fort, Mr. Clinton Rots, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cox, Sr., gathered at the home of her lUtlll Springs, Irvine, Ky. Ito Bnstin and daughter. Willie Al-I- youngnst daughter, Mrs. James ourselves, yet we should not Mr. and Mr. Marshall Sutton. Mrs. J. E. Elmore entertained Mis Cochran, of Paint Lick, hat The enjoyable occasion beK i. Pence. . live each unto himself. Mine Anne Catherine, Klvaree Tuesday evening wit'i n picture show ing Mrs. Cox' Sard, birthday. been visiting her sister, Mr. W. M. The Garrard Chapter, Order of the As a community we owe a and Vincent Arnold returned to their party, the occntlon being to celebrate Cox has been blessed with 11 en Maple avenue. Mr. Elliott home in Birmingham last Tuetday, the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Easter Stars held a special meeting children, 10 grandchildren and 45 duty to other communities, to ,, Friday evening at the Masonic Hall great grandchildren. .Mr. Nlehol Faulconer. of after spending several week with lather Gibbs. Afte" the thow With the "in- our state, und to the nation. grand, Ohio, i vitltlng hi for initiation. Mrs. Yelton, Mr. and Mr. and Mr. J. were served. their grand-paren- t, law" there are over 100 In the famIt is this community of interMr. Turner, Mistcs Kate and Ullian ily. mother, Mr. W. II. Maon. G. Burnside. Rods Mr. and Mrs. ests thnt has mnde our counBnttin and Kinnaird were the candidate. The The bountiful dinner that was servMr. FXtle Roof and Mt Iva The following announcement will daughter. Willie All. ne, Mrs. II. V. rooms were beautifully decorated in ed was delicious in every detail. All try great, and progressive, nnd nre (pending the wrek with Mil be read with a great deal of Intrrefj Bastin and children, Charles. II. V. hydrangeas, zinias nnd nasturtiums. present did ample Justice to it. prosperous beyond any other Mary Dlckerton, in Hlchmond. by Ijtncaiter friend and relative: and Marjory, will motor to Crab Or- After the work n socinl hour was held In the afternoon songs of Mr. country upon which the sun Friday afternoon, in honor of the members and fruit Mr. and Mr. George Maion, who Mr. and Mr. James B. Walker, of chard Spring Cox's choice were sung, nnd at a late shines. punch was served. Ma-engagement where they will be dinner guests. Richmond, announce :he have been gueti of Mr. W. B. !hour, all departed for their homes, It is the same community of n of their daughter, F.Hen, to Mr. returned to Chicago Friday. Miss.Ivn Lee Smith is in the city Miss Katie Barnes Dickeron en- j after wishing Mrs. Cox "Many more Sharpsburg. The buying-Fal- l interests that will build up this Smnrthfr. of millinery for the Brown tertained with a beautiful dinner par- happy birthdays " Mkoss Jettle, Klliabcth and Rote marriage will be celebrated at town and our countryside if we Store, where she will have charge of ty Tuesday evening at her home on IJHta HaU, of NMcholatvMt. have been D. C., the 19th of August. employ it in our business and thl department the coming season. Maple avenue, in honor of Mr. Glass More Kind Words the guett of Mit Franoi Long. 4 t socinl life. The following attended the South Mit Smith ha ninny friends who Carrier and bride. The decorations Mr. Malconi Buyiey, who so ably Mr. G. II. Swlncbrond and son, Mr, District Baptist Association of Bap- will be glad to know that she will re- were of pink and white llowers and edits that popular column in the No nation today can live enGerge Swlnebroad (oft Tuesday for tist churches at Burgin Monday and main in Ijtnciuter. was assisted by her moththe hostess Times, "From Mill Point tirely unto itself and continue I Louisville Baden to pcnd a few day. Wett er, Mrs. Will Dlckerson. A deliciTuetday: Mrs. F.bb Dickerson, Mr. Mr. and Mr. Theo Currey had for Big Sandy" is kind enough to prosperous as the years roll by. William, their dinner guctt.i Sunday, Mrs. J. ous four courje menu was served. I to the Rebecca Mr. and Mr. Milton Bollard and Criscilll. Mi Car- say this of our recent Farm Bureau Xo state can do it, nnd neither guett were Mr. and Mrs. little daughter, Virginia Bourne, of Mim Ada Rich, Mr. I. W. Manley, C. Hemphill, of Louitville. Mr. John The edition: can any city, or town, or indiwith Mit Perry, Mim Margaret Hacktey, - Anderson, of Washington, I). C, rier, Mr. and Mr. Joe Franci Price Danville, pent the week-enThe Central Record of Lancaster nnd Mr. Irvine Stnpp. The charming Ml Lavcmc Dickenon, Rev. and Mr. Arthusa Currey, Mr. Margaret vidual. Mr. and Mr, Loyd Bourne and hospitality of the hostes was thor- has Just issued a "Farmers' Bureau Mr. W. K. Rix and children. We must harmonize our difRobinson and Miss Margaret Bright pages, four Edition" of thirty-twoughly enjoyed. Robinson. sections, which is one of the most in- ferences for the public good IHll Mu Eliza Dudley Do Belle, of Mitt Mary Owsley entertained with teresting and instructive special nnd then work together for the Illl especially as far as tho farmer advancement of our common a pretty dinner party Sunday at her j Louisville, wa honor guest at a beau- is concerned, that has ever come to tlful bridge party to which Mrs. Hob. homo on Lexington avenue. The the attention ef the editor of this interests. was host, at her home table had for it center piece a large ert Kinnaird United, wc push onward to column. The house, was vate filled with yellow and red llowon Maple avenue. greater succosses nnd achieveSplendid work, Mr. Elkin. A delicious course menu wat t!feornted in summer (lowers. At ers. Our grin changed to a broad smile ments. Rare beauty of appointthe conclusion of the garnet nn at- served. ments distinguished 'he occasion and when we reeoived the following letDivided, we full by the waytractive Ice course was served. the graoiou hotpitailty of the host ter from Hon. GcolTny Morgan, sec- side and are soon forgotten. Mr. George Fort, of Clarksville, wat thoroughly lUlightful. Te retary of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Tenn-- , will be the guest of Mrs. guests were Miss Jean Paxton, of federation, with IwJquartcrs at Don't worry yoHrtelf to death, It I lluckner Spindle, at the home of her Stanford, Mim Emmi Davis and Ml" Louisville, Hmr it will deprive you of the privilege of mother, Mr. R. E. McKoberts, this Virginia Hays, of Loxingtan, ami Mr. "Lancaster Roeortl, self pity. Lancaster, Ky. week. Mr. Futt will be remembered A. Gordon (Joodnll, of Nashville, j (ientlemen) Man is a wonderful creature, after ns the lovely Lillian Crouch, wIhi Tenn. "We nre Just n receipt of a letter nil. The Lord having failed to promade many v.iuli to Lancaster in her Mr. S.illie Hurt entertained with from Mr. E. P Tavlir, one of tho n vide him with wingt, he now manugirlhood days, and who wa matron zillion m. h frr.:i. ;:e ( h cago of- - facture tbnt !'. r h.imself. of 'Km or at tit mnrr'sge of Mis Let-t.- e a 12 o'clock dinner Wednesday in om. Mr. uit! McRoberts to Mr. lluckner Spindle compliment to hor Mrs. Win. HurdiN and daughter and eight year ago. ' GOING ON NOW , Edingburg, Ind. Among son, of Mr. Ross Ilrutln entertained with those pnwent were, Mrt. Lucy Eatv an Informal dlnpcr Wednesday at her nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Barne home ort'Hill Court" In honor of East, DAY AND GET COME IN Mr. Jostle East bh4 ton, Mrs. Mr. II. V. Mastln. of Frankfort. A A. Catey and son. Mr. and Mr. WilBur will make only one round trip to Lexington Illl Illl I color scheme of pink and white was son Hurt uml family, Mr. Handle ' a t-- --i k. ixi a daily until road is completed. II carried out in tVc table decoration Lemny and son, Mrt. I loan East nnd J LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. of roses and In the .vuter melon cock- daughter and sen and Mis Marganst and the Ice courwi. Souvenirs of Moberley. A sumptuous dinner wat LEAVES LEXINGTON 5:30 P. M. II II tail Cecil Bruner rote b'liU were placed served and the day wa greatly at each cover. Tho guestwcru Mr. E. B. Bourland, Mr. Guy Davidton, One of the beautiful social uifuirs Mr. Will Kmbry. Mr. Adolph Joseph (Incorporated) " of the season was the luncheon given Mr. Stephen Walker, Mr. 758-- Y LEXINGTON, KY. PHONE Brown, Mr. Sam Haselden, Mrs. J. tho past week by Mr. W. B. Burton LANCASTER, KY. E. R. WEBB, Manager. The Red Front A. Anion, Mr. Raymond Huiclden at her home on Maple avenue in comund Mr. B. C. Rose. pliment to Mrs. Kate Wheritt Bcr- In Richmond. Shel-byvlll- e, Mr. Jehnlc Slavln from a vlU to relative ha returned Danville. Kngle. Jas. W. Smith of Quality. cr 32-pa- Lancaster, Fall o y Celebration "! , IIIIU-born- Ed-wi- Wash-Ingto- n, d I- o edl-ton- s. ntiuT Mice nun uum i mioo uun r mn iimiioT on r kii. iii.il I m UIU HUUUUI OHLL COURT r- i: or-ga- n DARUAin. Sanders Variety Store REO BUS LINES COMPANY Ge-irg- e I Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 24. 1922 Rheumatism Tdchtt t'kiod-rnirlfl- at 60 POROUS TILE IS NOT BEST DRAIN Many BUf S.S.8.TWIT Imp writles. at Kkeum arism Pomelxvlr'i mother li suffering to. The scourge of rheumatiam ha wrecked her UxlJ"! limping a 1 sutfrrln-- . bent forward, she soeT but th common ground, but her tin) heart (till belong to th aUnt Doea of nnrtody (IJVKIi on andtha known, It created help butlJ mora blood celt. Ita medicinal Ingredients sro purely vecetn tha stomach. Ma. It never dlearran; a blood It la. In (act. n splendid tonic, banUhes blood enrleher. It bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbkbbbbI maker, a rheumatism from Joint, muscles and th entire bodr. ft build firm firth. It la what omcbodjr'a mother need BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBml tontshtt Mother. If you can not ro out to ret at bottle of 8. 8. H. yourself, BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBab9BBfllB?n aurelr somebody In your famllr will. Fomebodr, ret a bottl cfRB.lt nowt Let somebody's mother begin to feet joyful aialn tonlint. iayit rnjom Raw glertea yea will feel, nether, ft- - rour motherl 8. B. B. Ii soU all drur store. In two sites. The hea rear tbemtUmU all larger alto Ii the more economical. B.S.S.dlt. ItwUtbaHd "S. S. S. is for sale at McRoberts Drue Store." LOOK FOR The Baking Powder that Gives the Best Service in Your Kitchen Th. Economy Farmers Stick to 0M Fashioned Belief That Water Enters Through Walls. NOT GOOD QUALITY crT POROSITY tittle children attended the Orodhead Fair Thursday. Mrs. Hughey Moberley and daughwith Mrs. ter, spent the week-enHarvey Teater. Mrs. John Land and sons, were guests of Mrs. I. R. Hollon, of Lexington Thursday. Mrs. J. M. Anion has been ill. Quite a number from this vicinity plan to attend the Blue Grass Fair ' this week. Messrs. Harvey and Hobart Teater, Newt Chandler and Hughey Moberley spent from Friday until Sunday in Nelson county. Mr. Lige Hurt took a truck load of base ball fans to Kirkiville to witness bushels. Rye production in Kentucky this a game between the Posey nnd Litseason is estimated at 207,000 bus. tle Hickman teams. The Posey team compared to 180,000 bus. last year; won the game. barley 103,000 bus. compared' to Need New Supply et Nitrogen. 144,000 bus. last year; sweet potatoes The more we get power from oil 1,912,000 bus. compared to 1,872,-000 greater the need Is of obbus. last year; and hay of all wells the taining nitrogen from the air. A vast kinds 1,205,000 tons compared to amount of fertilizing innlerlul has hern tons last year. Fruit is a lost to American agriculture t liroitgli good crop in Kentucky as a whole, the crowding out of million of horse though very irregular, apples being by millions of gasollue-drlve- ii ehlrles. 0. d year, the probable production belnj: estimated at 502,270,000 pounds compared to an early estimate of o20,u02,000 pounds July 1st. and 325,710,000 pounds produced in this State last year. The United States total tobacco crop is much larger than last year, being estimated at 1,425,000,000 pounds compared to 1,076,000,000 pounds total United States production last year, and pounds average production 191C-102Probable corn production in Kentucky is estimated at 102,480,000 bushels compared to a July 1st. estimate of 94,378,000 bushels and a crop last year of 82,150,000 bushels. Wheat this month is estimated at bushels compared to a July 1st estimate of 7,553,000 bushels and a production last year of 0,340,000 bus.; potatoes 5,050 bus. compared to prospects July 1st, for 4,693,000 bus., and a crop last year of 3,770,-bus- .; and oats 4,975,000 bus., compared to prospects July 1st. for bus. and a crop last year br the UalW4 SUIm D.prtm.t f Agriculture.! Among the old fashioned beliefs In connection with the action of lllo drains Is the one that the water enters not through the open spares In Joints but through the walls of the estimated at about 5,000,000 bus., tile. The fact that drains compose! of hard burned or errn glased tile are and peaches 1,227,000 bushels. All theso 1922 estimates arc sub- found to operate as well aa the mint xrous ones has not served ject to revision cither downward or pletely to dispel thts delusion, comsays In the season, depending upward later the bureau of public roads, United Indicates Large Yield of Corn on whether conditions hereafter are Stales Ivpartiurnt of Agriculture. Ocfor' the casionally this view Is set forth by favorable or unfavorable And Tobacco crops. writers. Tile makers even advertise The condition of Dther crops In A prospect for big crops of corn Kentucky is reported as follows: nnd tobacco In Kentucky is the fea- Alfalfa 90 per cent; millet 87 pcrj ture of the August crop report issued cent; pasture 91 per cent; field peas' aat Louisville and Frankfort by the 9 3pcr cent; field beans 88 per cent; United Statu Department of Agricul- tomatoes 92 per cent; cabbage and) with State Com- onions 89 per cent; grapes 80 per ture in missioner of Agriculture V. C. Han-n- cent; watermelons 82 per cent; mush-- 1 Tobacco in Kentucky shows a melons 83 per cent, broomcorn 85 alight reduction from July lit. esti- per cent; sorghum for sirup 90 pejr mates but a great increase orcr 1921 cent; average yield of clover hay per J ' of increased acreage this acre 1.45 tons. because ISBMStjiWSwl (. lt jeB,tt Consideration Should Convince Most Skeptical That Openings Afford Ampfs Spsce for Admission of Moisture. lt rrpr.l CALUMET BAKING POWDER GUARANTEES AUGUST CROP REPORT Pure and Wholesome Foods No Failures When a "Big and Cheap" can of baking powder is offered you LOOK OUT. Every can of Calumet is the same keeping Quality Perfect last spoon- No Wattt a a. Mil The moderate cost of Calumet combined with the highest merit establishes the greatest of bakingpowdereconomy. You save when you buy it.' You save when you use it. CUNNS CHAf El-Mr. James R. Anton was In Paris on business last week. Mrs. Arthur Dailey and daughter, visited Mrs. Lige Hurt part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parson nnd ful good as the first. BEST BY TUT Tho World's Qroatost Baking Powdor Plies Tile as Close Together as sible for Beet Results. Pos- The nation's tt. a .ass a. for over half ii&va their ware aa "porous" In the mistaken belief that thts Is a delrah!e quality, whereas thr contrary I true. Ample Entry for Water. Only a brief roaalderatlon of the matter should be sufficient to convince the most skeptical that the oientngt between the tiles ufford ample entry for the water and why should thr water force an entry through lb walls when the open door Is there? The processes) of manufacture do nU permit of a tile with absolutely true and smooth ends. Pick out two of one and the moot iierfrctly-shapeIt will be found that one cannot abut them together without leaving a conIn the ordinary siderable opening. g an opening of at run of Inch Is to be expectleast Inch around the ed. N This tile, gives periphery of. say, an entrance of two and one-hasquare Inches at each Joint. Thus In eleven Joints a length of only twelve drain there Is an feet of entrance area equal to the area of the tile. In n drain of only moderate length there Is likely to he available a doien time more opening than the Interior capacity of the tile ran make ue of Porosity Not Wantsd. One need not fear that the wider cannot enter the tile. Place them n close together as polhle, turning them around ti get the eloest inedible lit. There need be no tieltntlon tile, or, If In the use of available, sewer pipe with "heir ends, Durability and strength are the qualIn fact, ities wanted not jioroslty. porotlty usually means Inferiority, and Is to be avoided, eiiieclully when the tile are laid above the frot line or mi close to the surface as to be affected by the wheels of vehicles or heavy fnnu machinery. d one-eighh six-Inclf six-Inccross-sectionhard-burne- Hunting Ducks on the Amaion. The alligators which live In the Amaion river are fond of "pains." A duck Jiutiler Is therefore compelled to take an extra man along, to rescue the freshly shot hints be fore an alligator has u chance to swallow them. Sin Qua Non. Kansas City bankrupt declared that all he wanted to keep of his as--, tets was his lllhle and his golf clubs. What, after all, need a man care whether he's busted or not, as long as he has these spiritual und physical consolations ? Cleveland Plain Dealer. A ' Pioneer American Man of Letters. Washington 3rvng was the first American to obtain a Huropean reputation .as a man of letters, lie was slso the first American humorist to be read on the other side of the water. Mark Stuyvrsant In CteveUnd Plain Desler, NICE RESIDENCE IN LANCASTER, AT KY PiUtc HUH As Administrator of Mrs. Amanda Coy, deceased, I will on MOTION PICTURE SHOWS BEE Need for Requesnlng Colony From Tlmt to Time and Proper Management Is Shown, a century Saturday, Sept 9th, '22 AT 2 O'CLOCK sell to the highest and btjst bidder her late home on Richmond street. two-stor- lice keeers will be lulereated In a new motion picture prepared by the United Kliiles IVpnrtment of Agriculture showing the best prartlrt In handling bees und the control of lee The ttlin, which Is railed diseases. Bidweiser Everywhere ttM. iVNHCUSgK-aUSCM- . INC.. ST, LOUI3 t Crab Orckard Bottliig Co. Crab Orckard, Kentucky Mrtributort "Keeping Itees ut Work," Is Intended to supplement n picture entitled "lUsn How They I.he nnd Work." Issued some time ugn for more jKipular The new picture shows tin need for requeenhijc the colony from time to time, the way to prepare the bees for wintering, the time to unpack the hives, the control of the swurin, and The othur details of management. fact that the bureau aof entomology will examine samples of combs to Identify diseases and advise on their control Is brought out. The film Is In one reel, SBd may he borrowed by extension workers and others entitled to the privilege, or prlBts may be purchased for approximately the cost of uaklag thesa. which Is about HT. residence, large rooms, concrete porch and This is a nice back porch screened, cistern at back door, lights, water and bath; garu. den and good barn. This property is in first class condition, just been painted, ready to move into January 1st., 1923. y Terms made known on clay of sale. 7 S. M. TURNER, Admr. MRS. AMANDA COY... Nat Prewitt, Auct. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 24, 922 1 rOOR RIDGE The Thr.ee Holbeins Br ANNE WHITFIELD ' Mr. J. Hit. A. Mnitcr Ii on hie alck .Mr. Ailrinn Mrtcnlf It convnlcjlng very (lowly. A will hegln at 0rlM, HII. W,tttr Nipt--r UU Scott. erie of mrctlniri I'ork Auk. 28th. ZerulibnM Claf hd ertmed from Mr. Alncf Turner, of Imliannpollt, i.lerncl lo New York In an ordinary Intl., t vUitint; rtlativr here. cabin because It won lmwnIMp to seMr. Kild Knrnicr, of l.ouiivillr, n cure n prhate stateroom nl short IIk wn fortunate In fttullng hi riaitinj; her ilaufihler, Mrn. T. Whit-Ukrno-lirr. Bankrupt SALE AT BIG DENIZENS OF DEEP UNSTUDIED Jonah Last One to Get Inside Dope on Mammoth Beings Living in Sen San Fr.mclfo, Sine Jtnnh ob- roommate nti liitetllccnt. InonYniJvo, educated innn, nnd, Mng of n kindly dlp"ltlon when hi suspicion win-no- t nrou!, lie heraine quite confidential with him, Hi wa partlciilasly drawn to him he found Mr Rthsiii Interest-t- il In art. and lie tnM him alxmt hi private collection nf old master. The nun card, nml Mr I'.tliniM nit reed to mil mul InntHrct the gal-Icrl- Mr. Kuet Speed Shrrrow ami ion were Sunday nf Mr. nml Mr. I'M Mobrrley. Mr. nml tained hi allfcetl InsMe information or finre the whale rejected that duu nt:reeable prophet, there has been little stuily made of the feeding nnd other habit of the mammoth mammal of the 1 ea. Mr. Stephen Walker en- tertained icirernl nl dinner one tiny last week. Mr. nml Mr. I.cm Irvine spent Sunday with Mr. nml Mr. Bradford. ' About tin' middle of the corid linlf of tho nyare Mr lltham received n wireless which rove him gnat Ill mother wn dying In Syra ruc. and It una n race ncnlntt time to pi t to her deathbed In ltni to iik to her. "Vou'll make It." ntd Mr. Hay. encouragingly "You get n mil at ntnl rare fur tlif Clranil tVntrnl. Plenty of tralna." "I know." ithl Mr Wham, "hut they'll lake nu hoar clearing my rnhln trunk I wonder whether you'd In mo a great klndncs. I hi'llnti to k It, hut well, t daren't ivti her am! I enn't hear " for three li Mr "That'll nil rlclit. Ilthnm, Oay. "I'll do It. What U m my trunk through "Why, Jutt for mi a your emit," sntd Mr Kthani Tte col aotui libel In my suitcase. I'll put jvur name on It, ami then I ran arm! to your house for It "My dear hoy. I ll be delighted 7.eruhhbel Clay, and h thought no more atiout the matter. "What' In asked the nullKlir. Mr. Fletcher Innn of Chnrlviton, Wet Vn U vUlUnc Mr. V. S. Ilurke II, 2 Splendid Farms and Personal Properly and family. McMlnmo T. Whittaker am Kdd Knrmer (pent Snturday with Mr. It. II. I're-ttoMltMe I.illie nml Mnraret Ilurke hiive been vidtlni; Mr. John Hamni at Mt. Ml i Wrl, born Auk. IHth. Miwe lilu K. and I'cnchic Mhc Hurt and Or I'rayther Jpent the, weekend at Iluckeye. MiMe Olivia nnd Hazel !'reton were i;uet of their filter, Mr. Ilnr-- ' ney Knt Saturday ni;ht nml Sundny Mr and Mr. Walker IlurilctU en-- i tertnined Uev. and Mr. J. F. I'rice officer. ami children ami Mr. Walker at "(Ih. the uual tu(T." replied .Mr. Mwe Minnie and l.eno Kat and nay. He irm surprised when the otttcrr Maritaret Moberley o' Iluckeye, were Ullvia I'reiton of Ml dinner pron-deto tHrn the entire cmit-n- t of ttie frank out upon the plank. Me Fr.ttoy. wan Hill more survrlM-win) he The revival rltMed at I'leatant II1I1 drew n lHirii Instrument frmti hl Thurdiy nittnt with 2( addition pocket and calmly rlpi-eoff the hot Itev Price preached ome interttini loin. He wa astounded when three dlcb-lying anrlrnt 'picture I Mr and Mr. Jtbn Spark were the "You'te Iwrn dune," Mid Ihr ottlrer week-envisitor of the latter "lltham wai trj luc to rush tln-parent. Mr. and Mrs. Iluke Prcnton tlinmch the rtmtpfH uttliout imylng at Marcellu. dutr. We know all about It. They're Mr Dlllanl Simpson had the mi-- j Holbein, and our rrpro-ntatlIn London appraised them IWtiro lltham fortune to break a bone In his foot' hlpw-tliem. Tliey're going to eot Sunday evening, while runninir after you tlfli-ethouMml dollar aplete a cow. Hi many friend wish him you prefer t a speedy recovery. duty and fln tmlr forfeit tlielH." Mr and Mrs. Walker llurdette andj "Hut lt' l!tham trunk t" nhonte.1 Orn Trather, Ida K. ch.ldren, ZemMmli'l (lay. Ttw ottleiT (xtlntei! to the Inhrl. atnl I'eachle Mae, l'enrlle and MaKKie H. Mr. Dny tlHoicht hnril, He m a man Hurt atendetl church at Iluckeye of illlrk der1lon Sumlay nnd were dinner truest of Mr. "All rlcht. I'll write you h rh.ck-h- e and Mrs. Ubt. Carter. natd iletly A week Inter Mr lltham called at Mr t'lny' lmue. I lr rn ijulte HHrepi-nt- . Dtart Peculiar Taitci. ant. Hear Iwle the imell of muili, hut "Sorry they were wle to It, Mr. are eitt-ill- ) fond of the odor of Clay." In- Mid, "hut of eoure I'll lit tlHmainl jou Imte jour fort)-flhnek. I run let you hne a eheek at That' Mor, Llk It. onee. The fart la, I ran nwke n tidy to ho omitted from the If "eliey" little pmtlt on n mle to n prhate oti rtttMil. how about mnklnc It "love, a tomer. eten thine lnil" honor and dlptayV IH 'mo Herald. Mr. 'lay wa not n, farmtlr. He the crumldiil n little ntid JlYiMHfi-Spanish Doctor Peorly Paid. lloll.-lnIn Siwln an hy nc ti.k-t"Ve, I pit liil them up In an oh! i W. ami Ihey are Wfll I it 1mm country mid. "No menu lHt to attend tin- (MMirer rlu- luentloti a to their KfnHltunim. I'm Hltbottt hii) ehark-- at nil. ery imirli oMIkwI. Mr. Clay I In Kin lit hard. He was a nuiicr Dull, ihhii of ijulrk iNilnli'im, mid he htnjetl Alhe "Ttie lo'Ud whore hadn't ii Holhelti. eeln4t." Vlrsliiln "How much nre you culm; to tit wa there any one whom "(SracltHi! fur thenir he nuked. ".Seent)-th- e tliollMlliV" allnnonil jou etW .imbr New- York Sun. r.tlinm. The Inner "I'll Eire Joil eenty." After . il. il'' k.nd f world one inr-rleMr. Ilthntii laughed. "I wimhln't ' i -- art self I the tnke he redled. "I'e prw-Imtlilaic. i.'ie world outidde tnke my client " ml aliie from ill It He went nwuy with Mr. ('lay' rlpt heck for tlilrtj-IHtliouaad il.4lnr thai. lUnwn In hi NH'ket. reproentliii: the dlfTir Kill Too Many Swrordflih. i'ihv, mill Mr. Clay frnniiil hi Hoi-II K"MI f"'"' tvr man, The wordll-Inn In nftcoiith eentury onk and wnn hunt tlil llti with n liutik' tliem In hi hull, where they were and hunt him een llsliermeM Mry iimiiIi nilmln-il- . thoush he l u M relic nml dancerou It WflH not until the ilopreclMtloll of o mnny llchter. The 4uhler of Mt'iirlthn Hint Mr. Cluy found hlutoelf swrdllli l ttUturldni; the txihini-- of In n hole. He hud tn rnUe llfty nature, mi 'II Mid, ami allow Ins; the ImmeillNtely. He hated to let shark to multiply without Itin-- e hi Hidhelli to, hut- which nnlnili lniHie. llo nui it tint of quick ilwUImm lie unt for .Siiirrvimi. Much Demanded of Critic. SeiirieaiH eiiituliied tluiu rnrefully. Crllk1iH I nelllier the seule that H. ileer llillxoitun', Mr. Clli)." he wHkIi nor 10 that sweoiens hut eiild. "Ilono hy Ynniitello. Il work tinlliat. for reader leadens the employ nl fur n lot of ileiiliTh. lump. A KoimI reviewer limit have thin him tu)ieir. Almit pirfiKt-li- ut warm hwirt. lie mid cool bruin hriuhw'ork lilui nwuy." and cuard nuit have "Well, you liliplN-to U dead thorn, HHd eiitliulflm 11111 Ih ii Ids IlkliiK wroiiB," Mr. Clny, '.'lenue Id Imte. It I 110 profe-Io- n the iiintniiiH duly en inn to JuM forty-th- Iroiic n linek l.llerwrv llevlcw. for my hoiloo!" Iliniiwind. (let out of n offendeil that he And he wn King S)OMon' Magic Carptt. liiktend. Mr, innrtpu-n-l Iiiiiim Id Prime .l.iiuil . Klory of the maxlc Cluy wn n mini of quirk iIccIrIoiik. uiNt of Tumtu, which would trtin-ir- t any one who rat on It In I he Two Fighting FUht. l.te he wlned to reueh, ha II . ord-llOne of Hie features of llie In Ike Koran? Klni: Solo-uusinler-ar- t I thnl It lm a lontr lill.1i tin II l lld. Mil a (nil"' vtlth the iiitrly ttie whole Htim- - iuhkIc UIII which eitend made of ll " liyixlli of the hark. Tlio wiirdtlli silk, jad on It waii placed hU tit liould not te confuMil with NuwlUh. hl'Uie wheM he wlhed to tnixel The latter tUli I funilatied with a . rll Mood oil the left hand of the tpliici (Inc. and on hi rltilit tod men uud lone houy ktiotit oet with n rude or leelh readily nit-itlniuuuell. TlieN S.ilnmim told the wind Mir, The MiwlUh, which I relnleil to sjiero Iw to pi, nnd fellow the thnrkc and ni)", I n ! Into the air Hie earpet ur a lib all who timid roe and iim-- hi mnuc oilier llli iihiii It. and "r-wuy. Hut u awonl-flh- , :raeled swlfily to lu detlnallon. In n lianded" uier1or auorda-tnniilil- i a Idle bird wllh oulslreli-bet- l of hi wing will Kenerully m I to 1dm "hip dew royal 10 screen tin Mini Ihlch" or Imraitrlng lilui or ;ieM-ncfront the nun. piiiHliire lilui lu aom other dlM(r bit way. er. tpent last I'enrl Matthew Saturday, Sundny and Monday w th Ml Acne Slmpion. .1 Mr and Mr. Ktlil Moberley ure re-- ' of n bnby ' Jolcini: over the arrival AUCTION Tuesday, Sept. A FARM OF 177 ACRES A This the plain inference from itatemcnt made in record to thce nf the deep by Dr. ilarton denizen W. Evermann, director of the Mufteuni of California Academy nf Sr cnrcR, in a ront statement prepared for tne coming commercial con. Union. of the KrVccjrdintr to Dr. Kvermann, the t shark rcj orted finding of a and 3,000 pounds of lanllncs in the ttomach of n sperm whale emphasizes the fact of how- - little i known of the preferred menu of these ocenn-coinj- : animal., anil their relation to the Pan-Paeiften-foo- tisherie. Sardine fishermen of Monterey Hay a well a thoc of Norway, he .iy, claim that whales herd the sardines in shore nnd nre therefore beneficial to the sardine fishery. They object to the killing of these pelagic voyagers for that reason. Not only that, but n:iturallU do not know even what species occur on the Pac.fic Coat of North America. The Sei or Japanese sardine whale, unknown to the scientific world until found In Japanese waters, in 111 12, wa taken olT our coast in great numbers in 11)18, the first year ever identified here. The whales and other mammals of the sea ehoulil be investigated by the Committee on Conservation of .Marine Life of the Committee on Pncific Investigation of the Division of For-eg- n delations of the National Council, Dr. Evermann believes. Itr 5th ACRES ( FARM OF 22J kuU BOTH FARMS IN GARRARD COUNTY. j lt wt-r- der As Trustee in Hankniptey of Davit! Dudderar, I will sell to the highest bidon the above tlate the said two farms and also the following PERSONAL In-r- PROPERTY: 20 nootl hemp brakes, 'ibout 7,000 feet of first class, new lumber, one (5 II V hillside plows, one hay Kas engine, one ! II I Kas engine, one wootl cutter, II I' gnu engine one 12 II I' wagon, one rake, one water tank, one Kas engine, one planer, one blacksmith outfit, 6 sacks cement, one 'ot of loose drill, 2 frames, one lumber, one wiikoii truck, one cook wajion bed, one 'A e Following these investigation treaties should be entered into between this nnd other countries for the protection of the largest creatures of the largest sen. l'j Beef Herds Suffer as Drouth Cuts Pastures Hundred of purebred beef breed- Mi-ue- ' thresher, It disc plows, one lime spreader, one wheat drill and one black mare. 'A- ing cattle herds in Kentucky nre apt to fUtTer expensive losses in weight st miles south-oaTHE 177 ACRE FARM is located on Gilberts 'Creek about of Lancaster, also near Goshen pike. This farm has dwelling, two splendid tobacco barns, stock barn and other out buildings." About (50 acres of fine bottom land, and is well watered. - 1 le,' - e THE 227 ACRE FARM is a part of what is known as the GIBB'S land. To those who know this farm is suiricient reconiniondation as to quality. Located near the Hyattsville anil Kirksville pike, miles northeast of Lancaster. The quality of the soil is the very best of the famous Garrard County sandstone soil. The farm has two small dwellings and two of the best tobacco barns in the county. This farm is a money maker. It is well watered, well fenced, has been in blue khiss for years and ready for the production of "BIG" crops. NOW FIX IN YOUR MIND THE DATE AND THE TIME OF THE SALE. THE 177 ACRE FARM WILL BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. THE 227 ACRE FARM WILL BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M. SEPTEMBER 5th., THE SALE WILL START AT THE GILBERTS CREEK FARM at ten o'clock in the morninu. there we will sell the 177 acre farm and all the Personal Property on the farm. THE SALE WILL TUESDAY, THEN W't Irf-j- " eU-hty.- i 11 e bar-khi- farm on the Hyattsville pike and there promptly at 2 o'clock the 227 acre farm will be sold and all the personal is on property on that farm. A part of the personal property ed each farm. BE ADJOURNED to the "GIBBS" above-mention- lliwi-Mim- l NOW EVERY ONE KNOWS WHAT A BANKRUPT SALE MEANS. SOMEPossession will be given to the purchaser on JanuBODY BUYS A BARGAIN. ary 1st.. 1H215. I'e - it 11 1 tli" 11 The sale will be made pursuant to the Judgment of the Court in the proceedings of David Duddcrtir in Hankniptey and the tonus and conditions will be announced at the sale. LAND VALUES HAVE REACHED LOWEST MARK, THE TIDE HAS NOW IS THE TiME TO BUY AND BUY AT A "FORCED" TURNED. SALE. mu-en-- e li For further particulars soe during the present drouth existing throughout the state unless extra feeds are supplied to supplement the failing pastures in many sections, nr. cording to K. S. fiocul, head of the annual husbandry department of the n Co. lege of Agriculture and n authority on beef cattle. Losses itj we'ght at this time of the year are difficult to regain Inter in the season. The sleek appearance vhich Is a desirable condition in the breeding henl also i marred when the anmals in it lose weight, ho pointed out. "Silage has been found to be one of the be-- t feeds to tide cattle over during a period of drouth such as be-n- g experienced in the State at the present time. Cows tha tare nursing caives snould be given grain in addition to a.lagc, five or six pounds a u(Ticient. About one day being pound of this grain mixture should be cottonseed meal. Cow without calves can get along with silage alone. "If no silage is available, hay may be used in its place, in which cum-thgrain feed should be increased to 10 pounds a day far each cow that i nursing a calf. However, cws that are not mirsinjc calves may be ma ntnined on the hay alone. "Experience on the college farm indicate that owner of purebred beef brei ding cattle herd should find this method of feeding a profitable one. Breeding cattle in the college herd have been given supplementary feeds and this since the drouth started method of herd management will be continued until the pasturos are re-- v ve I with fall rain. Preventing srmk In cattle by lupidvintinting the short pasture should prove economical on every beef bruoding farm. "If silage is fod during the sum-hu- t, it should be lowered from four 'X iiuhe in the pit every day in or Tor to prevent las from deuy. lire, der who have no faotlltlos for fee Img silage undoubtedly would pn.li' by making plan now to store iwtne of their green crop, for feed during periods of drouth that exist from time to time in the State." well-know- e ! G. B. TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY Swinebroad OF DAVID DUDDERAR depression Th Blu,14 This phrase, descriptive of taoods ot or lucUmlioly, teresting origin. It wu formerly that working with Indigo dyes lu un In-d e LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. tn.-rbi'i- caused fits of melancholy, u the chemical worked on tho system through the A skin. tho dyer were nearly ntnined blue In part of their bodies, the phrase came Into current use to cxprt-low spirit or y The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky.,Thursday. Aug 24 1922 Morgan Farmers I 35 Cars of Lime Spread on Grayson Cotintjr Sold -- Enter Drle for CoTr Crop Slightly Disfigured BUI STILL 1 Farm and Home Newt From Ov,er Kentucky IN will on THE RING SATURDAY, AUG. AT 2:30 P. M. 26th . 1922 I II Sell the property of MRS. JAMES A. ROYSTON in Lancaster, Kentucky, on Hill Court. This propertv consists of a five room house, having a 65x225 foot lot, with good cistern, under shelter, plenty of fruit, with seven bearing plum trees, ten cherry trees, as well as lots of apples and peaches. Plenty of hardy ornamental shrubberv and well shaded lawn. Concrete walk from street to house. Also a very desirable building lot, 55x225 feet. At the same time will sell the household and kitchen furniture of Mrs. Kovston's. This is all first class and in good condition as knowing .Mrs. Roys-to- n would indicate, and it is well worth your time to be on hand. Among the furniture are several pieces of the "Aunt Ike" kind. As to terms, well, you wait until you get on the grounds and you will agree I that the terms are the best ever offered at a public sale in Lancaster.look will this anyone who wishes a home or to make an investment, to be glad for property over and Mrs. Royston will be glad to show you over it. Nice chance to make some money, good neighborhood and on one of the best streets in the city. At the same time will sell a Castor oil painting, of Dee Gulley while cutting his first teeth, also sell a Record containing the date of births of all unmarried ladies in Lancaster, widows included. Some spirited bidding is ex- pected here. Colonel Ambiguous Hourne will set the pace with n burst of speed and will doubtless run true to form, full of new corn and green tomatoes. Please don't fail to come. J. I. HAMILTON feeding prisoners is the fact food Is the first of June and thus furnishes 3 MEALS COST 16 bought in large quantities and vege maturity. The grain ripens about in the reformatory the earliest feed crop that can be ... PRISON table are rased also is a negligible I secured CENTS i.iinlim. The reformatory ! "The chief obstacle to the wider i...m nf ..n..n.. Inmates Frankfort Reforma- has Just completed a large ice and production of winter barley In Ken makes it tuckv is the fact that a a rule It cold storage plant, which tory Get Plenty and Gain possible to buy food in larger quan- must be seeded before the corn crop tities than heretofore. The cold can be harvested. As a matter of Weight, Warden says storage plant consists of rive rooms, fact, barley seeding Is restricted to one of which is for meats, two for tobacco uround or fallow land. It MENU IS CHANCED DAILY vegetables and fruits, on for dairy is not safe to seed the crop later than Nothing September in Northern und Central Frankfort, Ky. It's possible to live products and one for ice. Kentucky and October 1st, In Southis allowed to spoil. cent a and grow hearty on D ern Kentucky. When the winters are The total cost of feeding the prismeal. Of course, one can't eat in July 1st., a mild as those of 1920 and 1921, restaurants ami have music with his oners from January 1st. to barley can be sown as late as wheat. meals, but for 10 cenU n day one can 192 was J37.978.U1. The menu which is changed daily, The crop is attacked by Hessian fly get all the necessary calorics that the follow- und in sections where wheat growing will enable him to do a full day'. August Hth. consists of ing: Hreakfast, fried beef hearts is extensive, it is unsafe to plant bar work and be healthy. That it is pos. light ley when there are indications that libit has been proved by the 1,500 and gravy, syrup and coffee and ba- the fly is going to cause trouble. On prisoner! at the State Reformatory bread; dinner, boiled beans and con, raw onions, and syrup and corn rich land, six pecks of good syed an here. peaches and acre is sufficient while less tertue Not only do the prisoners live for bread; supper, sleuc-gravy; butter and syrup and light lands should be needed at the rate of that amount, but, according to II. V. two bushels an acre. I'reparat.on of Ilastin, Superintendent of the He. bread. Sunday the land is the same a for wheat The following is a typical formntory, men as a rule increase in "There is only one extensively butweight when they first come to the menu: Hreakfast, apple butter, syrup and coffee and light grown variety of winter barley, the prison. Prisoner, after being con- ter, jjravy, and gravy, Tennessee Winter, which .s the comfined in Jails for any considerable bread; dinner, roast beef syrup and stewed potatoes and light mon barley of Tennessee and Ken Iteriod, become emaciated, Mr. Ilastin butter, tucky. It Is perhaps the best variety said, but after being in the Reform-ator- y lreud; supper, stewed apples, known but in some cases ,s ba lbsyrup and light bread. for a short time show a marked and other mixed with rye, cheat increase in weight. weed ceeds. It also is damaged by May Not only that, but precautions arei both kinds of smut. However, many taken to see that the convicts do not of these foreign seeds can be elimi fall below a normal weight. They on Many nated by the fanning m il while the are weighed monthly and when any Winter barley bids fair to replace formalin treatment will eradicate u considerable change in their condi- wheat on many Kentucky farms dur- good part of the smut " tion Is noted they are placed under ing the coming year, according to If mime people were requ red to observation immediately. The con- scores of inquiries being received at would vict are examined at the hospital Agricultural experi- stand on their dignity they the Kentucky have to lie down, and if it develops they have contract-'e- d ment re- Stut.no. Disappointing tuberculosis they are put on milk turns obtained from wheut during j and egg diet. In the case of stomach the last few year are held largely trouble or other ailments, dieti to responsible for the change while correct their condition! arc provided. ii in ii v farmers will switrh to burlt'V Menu it Changed Daily because of its value tu u hug feed' The men are given a change in uhen it is ground or soaked. Since! menu daily and the food ii selected barley van be marketed through hogs so that the greatest amount of calor-v- i it also provides an opportunity for' increasing the returns from the small! are provided. The low cost of feeding the prison, grain crop of the farm, according to en, however, is not due entirely to K. J. Kinney, a member of the station j u careful balancing of rations. Kuch agronomy department. "Winter barley usually is a high man is allowed to take any kind of food that Is provided and "seconds" ly profitable crop on good land. and "third" con be had. There Is While not quite us hardy n wheut, were no limit to the amount a prisoner can it seldom is damaged severely by win. eat, but there is a rule against his ter killing if seeded early. It is much taking more than he wants. A con- - more likely to flit out well than wheut J its "eyes cannot be bigger than while the average yield Is much larg THOS. PIERATT lus stomach." Whutever he takes he er. As u nurse crop for clover and grass, winter barley easily is the Nothing can be wasted. must eat. Another factor in the low cost of best grain crop because of its early Approximately (100 tons of limeLiberal use of limestone Is playing stone were crushed for Lincoln counfall cover campaign being conducted the leading role In soil improvement ty farmers during July, according t throughout the State through the co- -. movement which Grayson county County Agent C. II. Etston. The operation of farmers' organizations, farmers are carrying on in material will play a part in the soli county agricultural agents and thejation with County Agent It. V improvement work being carried on extension division of the College of Scenrct and the College of Agricul n the county, wilt be used on a dozen During the farms during the coming three Agriculture, according to It. K. Steph. ture extension division. enson, soils specialist of the college. last three month, approximately 35 months. The campaign Is designed to prevent carload of the material hive been Campbell county farmers found It the heavy losses of plant food caused ued on farms .n the county white profitable to sell this year's wool crop and leaching when fields the steady use nf it is expected to through a pool, County Agent II. K. by erosion lime. The Link says. The best grade of wool nre left unprotected during the win- be continued r sow fact that Mr. Seearte. whe is direct- sold through the association which ter. Farmers In the county who are co- ing the work, has been in the county was organized for that purpose operating with County Agent It. II. only about three months is taken ns brought 13 cents n pound. Rankin are expected to make a special an indication of the keen interest Five Allen county farmers have effort to have a large acreage of ry' which farmers in thnt section nre Joined the "Itetfer r showing in this method uf increasing seeded, this crop being the principal Stock" campaign being conducted one t fiat will be used In the campaign. the crop yields from the.r land. throughout the State by the College Morgan county has n considerable Most of the soil type found In the nf Agriculture extension division and acreage of rolling land that erodes county belong to the coal measures have agreed to use nothing but pure-bre- d rapidly when left without a growing and Chester formations although a sires In nil their breeding work, crop during the winter. Many few outcropping of St. Louis lime according to County Agent A. M. Aland cowpca fleWs and a number stone are prcscrt. Many of the soils len. An effort will be made to en of corn fields in the county are in are extremely sour and need lime roll fiO farmers of the county In the special need of some crop to protect stone more than anything 'In cf..rc(rjvt, fer lml,rvw stock. them. mey can pronuce ciover ami omerj Grayson county farmer have uiel county Agent acearce is In addition to protecting the solt legume. a total of 2M carloads of limestone from erosion and leaching, the rye recommending on application of two in two months in their efforts to Imon many farms in the county will be tons o flimestone and 300 pound of prove soils of the county, according used for pasture. The crop ha acid phosphate nn acre. The fertiW. It. Scearce. cases to County Agent proved satisfactory for grating with lizer and limestone in most They have contracted the entire outall kinds of stock, many farmers last will be used on wheat where clover put of a quarry in an adjoining counyear having been especially pleased is to be seeded in the spring. results are almost sure to fol- ty with it as a pasture for dairy cows Interest in better livestock is on and ewes that were suckling Iambs. low this, method of soil treatment, the increase in Wnyne county, Coun- Calves and pigs also thrive on young specialists say . ity Agent H.J. Hayes says. Six farm- .u- -. .1.- rye. t i in ururr tiiav wic u- -r u i ii T A few farmers in the county who would not have to be limited, farmer. ; 'nT,!. Mres-UettStock campaign have rich soils on their farms will who were interested in the plan of 'letter use vetch and rye as their cover crop soil Improvement contracted for the and will use nothing but purebred combination. In this case about 10 entire summer output of a quarry in slrrs in nil their breeding work while Jersey heifer have Just pounds of vetch seed will be used a neighboring county. Under this' y tmmtn in the hvfn with it bushel of rye for each acre. plan, they are obtaining the stone at ntl Purtbrd Jerey cat- Vetch Is especially valuable since it is a cost of from $1.37 to $1.67 a ton CBU"la legume and therefore builds up the which t. said to be cheaper than tlc hrti,! 'UrtcJ' soil. It is hardy but the seisl must farmers can crush their own stone. -Why Shs Is be inoculated and requires a little The use of limestone at this price Is' Pippin." How and why Hie wiml "pippin" better soil than rye. limited only by the supply, soil speci-- i Into tin alitnc InugunRt. Is J eTer briiki In mot cases where the vetch and alist say. nut Ltum-- itiif1nlt.li liut i!,m ..r.t la rye are seeded together they will be fMany other counties in the state Bfl Ani5i,rt,, fnrtn r IHieriil plowed under in the spring for green are using large quantities ol lime- French word rpln, willed mean srntl manure. Farmers who use rye alone stone far soil improvement, but only nr w.tllln When an apple loer of will either plow it under or use it as. those having the advantage of a the Dark Agvn prtxltiml n new vnrletjr n nurse crop for grass. Satisfactory (state-ownecrusher in localities lie enlleil It surli iinil m il n rpln. It results are obtained by handling the where outcroppings of a good grade)1" 4",' "" ,,",r" ' n" "I'l'1" crop either way. Inuring the rye 'of stone are abundant nave used as ...TV, TiV'T in "'" pnite a short period of time,, v..rk.hir when it is used as nurse crop ..t.i ,,i,,i not injure the grass if the s'ock ore a has been use I in Orison county,! ,n,i ,, lH.,,nniiln may bte Jt removed early in the season f rvm the its). f the Itumnns, is said. Slres-lletteimir-iwiiv- Morgan county farmers are the most recent ones to Join the annual " r'brl I1'""'' j d I'., ,K-- ' ? ,., ,,.. i. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. HENRY D. BAUGHMAN'S AT 217 Acre Farm For the Purpose of Settling the Estate of the Late Henry D. Baughman, the Undersigned Administrator Will at 10:30 A. M. Saturday. Sept. 217-Acre 16th On the promises soil at public outcry to the highest anil beat bidder the .splendid Farm belonging to the estate of H. I). Ilatighman, and located about Barley Wheat Replace Farms TIRES &TUBES Asgoodonyour w South of Stanford, on the county road lending from the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike to the Stanford and Otteheim pike. It will be ottered in .separate tract and then as a whole. This farm has been in the Haughman family for almost 100 yunrs and 1ms brick been woll eared for , and the improvements arc good. It has a barns, and other necessary outbuildings; dwelling, large tobacco and stock water supply. It is rich and fertile soil, without an acre of poor never-failin- g laud on it, It Is generally regardeil and has been spoken of for years as "one of the very best farms in Lincoln county." TKK.MS The purchaser will be required to pay 10 per cent cash on the day per cent January 1st., lllillt, when full possession is given, and of sale, and ti.l general warranty deed made, and the balauue to be paid in two equal Installments, due in 1 and 2 years from date, with interest at (I per cent from January 1st., 102.1, with lion retained to secure same. Administrator to pay 1022 taxes, and the purchaser to pay 10211 taxes. Seeding privileges this Fall. P- - mile.s ry l-- .l automobile as tli onyourbkyefc GEO. D. FLORENCE Admr. With Will Annexed of II. U. Haughman, of Stanford, Kentucky. Thm Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 24, 922 1 mmtmmmmmmmt Uncle Thomas' Open BY the Door to Strategy By CHARLES E. BAXTER I'aprrlaht. lilt. W..l,rn H$wftpt Ualon up," Hied thln "If, nil rlKhtl aald Uncle Thomas tu his brother, Jlio Jfewrleh. "Oh, thank hcavenal" cried Khna Xewrleh. "Tlien aho'a connntedt it would hnto killed mo If my ilnrllng boy hnd really married that actre." -Yep. Ifa nil rlKht," sold Uncle Thorns. "I went to Mf her und had m atrnlKlit talk wtlh her. I told her Juat hnt thr altuallon was. If he married Dick, you'd rut him off without a prnny. Hut, Inanmuth n ahe hnd the fvldenri with which tit bring n iilt, you'd tw will-Irto pay her f I0.UW If hed full In with my plan." "Kho wilir ".he JumpH nt It, Jim. You're nil herv tonight, you undenlnnd, to t you nnd Klmn, and Dirk and Mla.i You'll tell Mla TremlMt Tremlett. that jour hmther Tliomsd la oipec tul to ny her hli nmpllinent. I come M't In, her, atnnd riirld. nnd her In thunderous torn as the woman whom I murrifd five yeura oko, conn-dlnwho ran nwuy with a half-cot- She allnkx out, I follow, cuit-InHip her the 110.(00 In the hnll, DIck'a and cln- - makra her getaway. aateil. "Thomnp," aald Jim New rich. In a huoky voire, "you're a Jewel of a I wluli every man had one brother. MARKETING KEY TO FARM REPORT SAYS CANTR1LL "SomcthiiiR Garrard National Farm LoanHssn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. Success OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. l'e When 60 Per Cent of Farmer; Live on Mortgaged Lands" Is Assertion Is Wrong PER For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Scy-Trea- s. 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. .Campbcllivillc, Ky., Aug. 14th. Cantrill, Congressman J. Campbell in an addresa to a large crowd of farmers and tobacco growers of Taylor and adjoining countlca Saturday, declared that "something is wrong when 60 per cent of the farmers of the United States live on mortgaged farms," expressed the opinion that agricultural conditions in the United States In the past few years were due to a defective system of marketing and declared that the only remedy for these conditions lies in marketing of farm products. Here In Kentucky," said Mr. Can-tril- l, "wc grow half the tobacco produced In the United States. Our climate and soil are ideal for tobacco production. Our tobacco growers are expert in that work, but they have been receiving less than It cost them to grow their tobacco because with all their expert knowledge of tobacco growing .they know nothing flere'n your check; ceh It of marketing." llki jou, before ctmlng time, and allp her the Mr. Cantrill said the Hurley hrench-of.promla Don't dare to do right. stead, f Do it, in- It's a wise man who knows when he Is a fool. When tired of talking, give others a chance. Commend as often as you find fault, and more people will commend you. Some people are proud of their ancestors, while others are not to blame. It will be a relief when Kurope gets on its feet provided It don't sit down again. Dally Thought. The applause of a single Is I ot great rottetienre .iin Samuel n be-In- s John tun. A Spetding Up Production. Why do you go shopping hrn you hatrn't any money!" VI "Oh, I get throucli an much quicker '"Judte, A lie- wad nn you aald. "Oh, jKr Dick, my preclou. Inno. In that lent Dick, what -could he dreadful woman!- aobbed Klma New-ric- a leaking plp may maile by binding around several Injers of mrlnc well soaked In thick oil. Htpalrlna Water Plpti. atUfactorjr temporary rrpalr It Wouldn't Co flight. "Our paiior)) sertHn this mornlni did hsvr- so murli meat In It as uunl." "Mcatl Certainly hhI; this li nt tion corps qtdckly enough, hut I got a prejudice sgslnst Rln any higher!) I can reach with u stepladder" Richmond Sack Again. Abe says: "Urn, I'll Join tlir lnt." H(ntn A Trnnerlpt. avia- Ignore Qottlp. TlwrDIirh Facta About JhhiI,. ylic few Idle wordi ahum . e tauat imt mind tint, anj mnrr lh ilw i.l.l church aleepls In mhtd the George IC'it r.s c"l about It. Oatrlch. Tli ostrich Ik tlif biggest bird on! Rifrethlng Ignoranca. Jim, Kawler "l enn't do without earth and bat the smallest lirnln. It weighs n much n a cow and It hraln ' my tmlnlliml coffee." Sirs. Newrlch ' I that a weighs two ounces, Vet It I not! hrandf We've tried stupid. The mtrlrh lite to lie shout ' msne that are- poor."- - lloaton Traruw-ripninny jear old. t tht NICE ter. CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE le nld Uncle "Oh, she ain't had," to that, Jim, I dunno Thorns". aa the Iwiy inlehtn't have done won fur hlmaelf." "Oh, Thmnaa, how can you wak reIlk that' aald Ida aUter-lnda"NoUxly known where proachfully. alio cornea from, and she's on the Mnjre that's Immoral enough. Isn't It I And not n penny to her name." I'nrle Thomns would have stopped to dUcuss the Klnt, but he remetn-leni- l that the bank would cloe In half an hour, and so he hurried nwny. Neither of the Npwrlches hnd ever seen MIm Tremlett. nnd deplte their acalnt lier they were lmpreed ngalnat their will by the charming, vivacious young woman whom Dick proudly brought Into the drawing room that evening. And when she spoke Klma Newrlch wns painfully awnre that the visitor's necent was more Itootunlan than her own. Jim Nerlch took her hnnd. "We foucht ugnlnut this match, both of us, I confs., ho salil, "but now that we've seen you vca are realgncd to c It. l wish to null privately, my residence on Dnn-vilAvenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- Klmnr' "Yes," said Klma Newrlch Kb, In melan- Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH LIGHTS. BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD DARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 1D2II. Those dcsiriiur to look oxer property may call me over I'aint Lick phone 11-K. "Mr. Thomas The door Newrlch." announced the Knsllsh butand family, micJ Mr and Mn. II. ler, clicking his calves. HAMILTON VALLEY 1) Creech Sunday. Undo Thomas entered. Dick stepped (Delayed) i forward. FLAT WOODS Tills Is my flnnrev, Miss Trem-I-t- t who has been Miss Jennie Well be began: and stopped as Uncle (Delayed) sick la able to be in achuol again. Thomas became Then ho seemed astounded to hear Mr. and, Mr. John Yarbcr visited Mis CJydn Wooten ipent Sunday Uncle Thomas burst Into a hollow Mr. and Mra. Thurston Robinson Sunlnugh. with tame fetlk. day . "Yes! Well. I don't think she'll be Mr. and Mra. Homer llyland wore Mr. Chu. Wooten, who has been your bride. Dickie." he sahk "Infamous woman, do you know me 7 Do j visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Clark very III U aomc better. you remember the hubnnd whom you Sunday. week-m- l Miss lleilt! Mulllnj apent tho deserted to run off with an Mr. V. M. Creech visited hi aiatcr, with Mli Martha Wooten. low comedian IUe years ncot" Nina, Satur-da- y Mr. Andy Metlock, of "Whntr shunted bis brother. Mian Kthol fi.tfney ipent Sunday and Sunday. "Look nt her! !.ook at her face with MlMM Mary ami Kthil Mamand let that b her answer," thunMr. Fannie Hawlcy and Miss Irene mon. dered Uncle Thomas. llawley, apent Saturday nlht with Miss Tremlett, sobbing invu!lely Mr. ami Mr. Krneat Itoadu apent Mr. Jasper Hulette. Saturday hIkM and Sunday with Into her hnndkenidef. moved slowly Mrs. Marion Wells waa a visitor of "Viper P hlo-etoward the door. fedka. Uncle Thiimao, and sllpcd a wnd Into Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Wells, near llrd. hM 'llegonu from tills home Mra. - W. .McQutrry. who I at the her batiil hoad last Monday. Mrs. Alice Miller l.fxiiiKUin hospital, i aonit! better at thut ou have iMdluted with jour presaccompanied her home for several ence I" thm writing. weeks atay. "I'm going light now," sobbed Miss Stepnen Mullina wna the lrueat Mr. Mr. and Mr. Marlon Wells and Tremlett. ght A Newport family of hoavy-w- e flood-bfor "Come nlone. Dlckt 'laughter, Jennie, Mr Charles Haw-- of lua fnendt Saturday night und proportions which has contributed at Sunday at Itockcnatle. the present, folks!" she vulliil. ley and family and Mr Will.e Khodua, "What's thiitr shouted the New. least three "fat persons' 'to circuses j was brought to light recently In police ilrbes together. "It's nil right. Dick's wise- - rolled court at Newport Mrs. FtciI M. Miss Tremlett gnjly. "Ve'e hooked Yates, In applying for a pardon for our Is'rths for our honeymoon trip to her husband held on a disorderly conTlmnks for the pres- duct charge, told the court that her South America. ent. We'll continue our talk when we j mother, Mrs. ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Lev WeUch, Rosa I'm chid you're so i oiih' home it pi In weighs 300 pounds, besting her fathYoung men who would enter the dcelino of lifo in rich, father und er, Thomas Welsch by 100 pounds. circumitancea ahould bee'n to wive now. anving ia n lavinc ac"My broHier, Charles," the woman The approved modem method of The Diamond Deetle. count in the home bank. One of the mokt beautiful of all In- expla ned, "weighs more than either . ot his parents, 310 pounds. Then sects la the "diamond beetle" of Thla bank Invite young men and young women to Join According to iho recent Investi- thcru wa my Aunt Nettie, who was of aAvinga depoiitor. Its fan account, and nny sum maygation of an American nuturuIUt who the fat lady in Itanium & Ualley's Ono dollar opens a aavln: has lately visited that country, the circus, tinping the scales nt 050. be depoaltcd thereafter. sparkling colors of this beetle, which My three uncles weigh 2H0, 100 and biases with extraordinary brlllutnce 30C. Two of her heaviest unclen' In the fsunatdne, originate In an enway from the hues of children have Just Joined a circus to' tirely different display their avoirdupois." Mrs. The scute of the butterllles. OF LANCASTER. beello uppeur to consist of two Yatea weighs 1K0 and her husband lujers, separated by an exceedingly 135". S. C. DENNY, CMhicr. thin Interspuce, and the llglit fulling upon them experiences the effect of InParis has sprung another attraction terference, so thut the resulting colors for rich Americans. Divorce Is easy corropond with those of thla plates and without publicity as to details. or of the soap bubblo. oH-neier off-colI uuto-mobile I- HMMHIHUIIIHHIimHHIIIMMMIMIMIIIM CLARENCE QREEIV. choly tones. "You have no money, and you are In an Immoral occupation," continued Mr. Newrlch, "but you can live down your pat n n member of the Newrlch fnmlly. Money counts for a goinl deal, and 1 have six million". I paid a hundred thousand for that painting by Raphael- ."And ns our daURhter ln law," put In his wife, "any rel!cctin upon you will In n rellectlon upon --Iliat's all rlRht, mother," suld Dick " "Vou'll llku euch other easily. ine-e.- " first-rati-- Wo all know n few things, but think more. This world is full of bunk, but this assertion is not a part of it. Never sell a stale Joke. Forcing a laugh is too annoying to your friends. When your friends begin to tell you their troubles, unload yours onto them. It works. Some people don't believe In paying others back in their own coin. They keep it. Instead. Still, If wc arc unable to get coal this winter It will save us the trouble of kicking over the price. When we hear a fellow orating on the glories of his past we wonder why Asso- in heck he is so Grower' silent about his presciation had adopted the method of ent. the great manufacturing corporation and that it now is selling the growers' product Jutt as these big manufacturing concerns are selling theirs. Growers in Competition W. O.RIGNEY In the old dnys, he said, before the successful organization of the growers Into a compact body, there was practically one buyer of tobacco while there were 60,000 to 75,000 sellers. Naturally, he said, the tobacco of all the farmers waa in competition with that of all other farmers with the inevitable result that prices, Office Phone It. except during the years of the World war or at other extraordinary times, barely returned the cost of production and in some years, as in 1920, for instance, failed to realize cost of production. Four beeves and 2G sheep were slaughtered to provide the materials for the barbecue and 250 gallons of burgoo were dispensed to the big Praise your neighbor's garden. Ho crowd, which was estimated at Many contracts were signed, may give you some. but the number was not given out, The obstacles of life never bother as Chairman Sam Dotton and his those who push them aside. were still signing up growers History never repeats itself, but as darkness fell. the story teller often does. To-bac- oc Don't tell other people how much you are worth. It isn't wise to overshoot the mark. Never tell a woman how old you think she is. You don't know what she expects you to say. The modest way to advertise your prosperity is to dress your wife In accordance with your Income. W. B. DICKERS0N W. O. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. perate fright and to the Judge in a blue funk. If that tariff kicking about it. For the sake ot your intelligence, don't buy a "best seller." Select something fit to read. o Cracks at Creation. 10,-00- 0. Is bills wo don't wonder as high as other that people are iAuto Licenses to Be Still Higher Frankfort, Ky. Kentucky will get nn increase revenue from automobile licenses next year, the fee on the heavier and more expensive cars being raised slightly, while those on the lighter nnd less expensive ma chines arc reduced, officials believe, under a law passed by the session of the General Assembly. The state will lose approximately $60,000 In revenue on Fords alone, or about $1 for each type it I, figured but the new horse-powhundred weight law will result in increases on other cars which will make up more than the 160,000. The new law provides 25 cents per horsepower, as well as 40 cents for each hundred weight of the car. The measure, when introduced in the legislature, wns opposed by the Louisville Automobile Club on the ground that it would cuuse confusion und alio" that it would increase taxation as a whole. Under the old law which taxed the cars according to horsepower only, it often happened that expensive machines with a low horsepower rating were taxed less than cheaper und lighter tnnchlncs. Young men in love arc adepts at and concealing their state of mind when-none else is around. they Can you tell the name of the know. It would show them. up. brightest man in jown? Rut perhaps The lazy man is most considerate. you are too modest to say. He allows others to hold down his The greatest trouble with some Jobs. people Is their lack of trouble. It Don't worry over being fat. It doesn't leave them nny pep. makes people think you have plenty A man's soul is his most priceless to cat. posesslon, and nbout the only Thing There wouldn't be so much crime that some people ever give away. In existence if people had time to go Don't run away to get married. to work. It deprives your friends of an opporNever Judge a fashionable woman tunity to see how scared you are. by her clothes. Kyestrain lends to If the law required every man to blindness. earn his daily bread a lot of them Some men go to the altar in a des would want to eat but once a week. Summer is on its last legs winter is beginning to toddle. Discreet men never tell all 12 Speaking of Flesh mm ! K-- i j SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG i com-furtab- le molhei-ln-luw- ." Hrit-all- You cannot burst upon the world suddenly as an empire builder. You must begin by doing a little building with your own affairs, however small they may be. If you aro successful with them, you will find opportunities, and if you continue to succeed there is no telling how great a builder you may become. THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Our bank assists you in building your financial standing. You simply cannot build a business career without our aid and it is yours for the asking. This is an invitation to ask us to help you build. -- Surplus 450,000. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Honor Roll Dank The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 24 1922. All Thinis to All W l v CI RATES i Single insertions tc a word for Uss than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the pnes of five, Phone orders must be paid promptly. No ad taken Men CATCHCS TAPE. DRILLS FILES HINGES j MORRIS CpfiUht. Illl, 3CHULTZ SONNY" - AT - WMOra BOLTS FILCS RULES N.w.p.r UsUa. CLASPS WIRE PADLOCKS RlEgJ 've Got it! 9 MSSSSV ?" J If it i anything in the Hardware line you need we've got it. We keep up our stock. Furthermore, our good are the very best. We tell known, reliable brands and stand behind every article we sell. Our prices are as low as good stuff can be sold for. Seeing and pricing our goods means buying them. Come "in. OUR HARDWARE WEARS WALKER BROS, ICE CREAM In Memoriam In sad and loving memory of Ber nard Simpson, who departed this life August 7th., 1922. MARKETS Want Butter Fat Reduced in Product Two long weeks ago you left us, And your loving voice is still, Louisville, Ky., Acting on n peti- Tho you passed away so suddenly, tion of ice cream manufacturers of It seems we never can forget. Kentucky, the Bureau of Foods, Drugs and Hotel of the State Board of Health will hold a hearing In Louis, ville early in September to decide whether manufacturers of ice cream shall be permitted to reduce the percentage of butter fat from 10 per cent in plain cream and 8 per cent in fruit cream to 8 and 0 per cent respectively, it was announced here by Miss Sarah H. Vance, director of the Bureau. The manufacturers who have requested that this change In the regulations be made, Mils 'Vance says, give as their reasons for it the fact that every State surrounding Kentucky has the lower percentage requirement and that the lower stan dard invariably results In an increas ed sale of dairy products. Before the State Board of Health ( takes any action in the matter, however, Miss Vance added, it desires to know what other persons interested wish, and for this reason dealers who handleice cream and members of the general public that use it arc invited to communicate their views to the Bureau of Foods, Drugs and Hotels before September Bth. In the grave yard, softly sleeping, Where the flowers gently wave Lies the one we loved so dearly In the cold and silent grave. Peaceful be thy sllen? slumber, Peaceful in thy grave so low; You will no more join our numbers, You no more our sorrows know. But again When our In Heaven you, Where no sometime, our loved one, days of life have fled, above we hope to meet farewell tears are shed. A. S. Cracks At Creation. Even a lazy man Is energetic at quitting time. Some hearts are never bruised un less there is a healing balm in sight. Labor will become more attractive when we cease to regard it as labor. Many a man discourses on the glories of his past in the obscurity of his present. no longer necessary to hock your watch. A chunk of coal will do Just as well. solid FOR SALE: Tester bed can't drink pure milk!" I heard her maple, mahoganized. Good condl. ask old Jin. O'Hourke. Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird. "And pray, how many hare, youse tlon. hail of your own, mamf demanded (8 24 2t. pd.) Mr. O'Hourke. FOR Sideboard, SALE. Oak Sister Anne said: ".Vone of your lra pudetice," nnd Mrs. O'Hourke muttered China Cabinet nnd Sewing Machine. something nasty. Sister Anne couldn't Phone 223. Mrs. F. S. Hughes. he beaten down. Sometimes when she (S was carrying a basket with fried doughnuts and other little luxuries for Notice: Bring me your corn, barley tho NHr, she'd meet the ltev. Smile, or any otner feed you want crushed. and they'd stop and have a talk to Prompt service. Prices right. gether. Harry P. Edwordi, I suppose you alt know how the Iter, piL) Marcellus, Ky. tfniale had been engaged all the time to an actress T Terrible scandal In FOR SALE: Stock ewes, one, our village. After that, sister Anne two, three and four years old. Any tnoped and pined. I'd told her what Td told her before, and she told me number. Phone 53 or 12. W. S. Carrier and P. T. Ilrown, to shut up. However, Mr. Seehrlght was the (8 3 7t. piU cream of the collection, lie was an FOR SALE: Some nice spotted artist, but he hsfl money of his own. Hod rented the tathrop cottage rot Poland China Roars, also a few Gilts. S. C. Henderson, the summer, and before you 'knew Prices reasonable. . where you were he and sister Anna Paint Lick Exchange, had urt't each other, and sister Anns Ct pd) 0 Paint Lick, Ky bobbed her hair and wore a grren One Fairbank Morris Mounted, 8 blouse nnd yellow skirt, and beaten brass banglets thick alt up one nnn. horse power Engine; one M 21 llllr- "Land's sake!" said mother. "Think card Cutter; one Nn. 1 Crusher and you'll hook him. AnneV Feed Grinder for sale at a bargain "Mr. Seebrlgbt and I are quite if taken at once. Cull Conn & Conn said sister Acne. Garage. W. 11. Conn, Lancaster, Ky, Mother looked pleased at that, and 4 2t piU be must be asked to supper. said I never saw such s pair. Thert they sat, talking all tho time about "The Beautiful," nod whether Michael A meeting of all the teachers who Angelo bad had the same cultural In expect to teach in the Garrard County fluencu upon his time that the something. It was quite Schools this year, will be held in the a dark night, and mother had mailt County Court room Saturday, Sept 2nd., at 2 o'clock, P. M. Let every some raspberry cordial, and There's that tap dripping ngalnl" teacher of the county please attend said mother. Respectfully yours, "It sounds like rain coming down tht Jas. R. Abnir. Supt, 24-3t- .) 40-G(7-2(8-2- I suppose I'm still kid. but It sister Anue had taken niy tip she'd have got nurrled a good deal rooner tluin I ltd. I shall now recount the adveu lures of Ulster Anne with her various suitors. First, I tnuit tell you thit wn'ro quite ordinary people. Father gixti to business, mul mother runs the hiXae ami buttles hltn. Sitter Anne teases mother, und everytxidy sits on me, because I'm wily tlfteeu. That's ordinary raiiurli Un'i ... In fitter Anne's n stenographer that' oninmry, too. And she's Just nn or illnnry sort of girl, except when lute-sic- k days dawn, and then sho gov out of her head. "Anne, Is that young Mr. Hmlta sweet on jour mother demanded. "It appears so," murmured Aiine. "Did he kiss you last nlghtl" "Why, no, mother, of court notT Mid slter Anne. "Then It must have been the tap dripping." said mother. "Vou'd better tell Mr. Hopkins to huve It filed." So that wns why sister Anne had got so sporty. Young Mr. .Smith was n sport and bad a bulldog, and sinter Ann had Joined the golf club soon after meeting hint When he turned her down, I said: "Slater Anne, n fellow doesn't want till like, he want something qulto different, you take my tip for It" Sister Anne wouldn't listen to reason, Sho didn't cans niudi, anyway, because she'd struck up an attachment with the Her. Hmnle. She wm Interested In soda! service, and always going Into the homes of the poor. "IlaTen't you got enough sense to know that a three months' old child OPERA HOUSE To-Nigr ht Airedale Puppies 430, Lancaster. Ky. for .sale. Hox Find-e- LOST; Kastern Star pin. return to thU office pi can--. (lt.pd) FOR SALE OR TRADE: Ford Truck in good condition. G. C. Walker, (tf) FOR SALE: Some seed wheat. J. nice Fultx W. Sweeney. jjj FOR SALEt Wardrobe trunk, almost new. Used once. Ask Record, S 24 tf.) FOR SALE: One good milk cow. Will trade for a good hone. Smiley Walker. pd) MM r. ; v Wheat Drill, Cultipscker, Riding Plow, Lawn Swing, Screen Doors and Windows, cheap. J. 11 Mount Co. Come in to my office and give me the asseument of your property NOW. A. T. Scott, Co. Tax Com. 0 7t.). (3-1- vi i Tuidti out Local people will be thoroughly interested in the nbovc photo piny tonight, ns Mi?s Mnrj;aret Knulconer, to well known nntl denrly loved here, will appear in this picture. "SONNY" THE DRAMA FOR EVERY MOTHER'S SON AND EVERY SON'S MOTHER. GET IN IF YOU CAN. Congress has made It legal for Anne. kissed Mr. Seebrlght ex. women to vote, but it hasn't the nerve cept father, and Mr. Seebrlght looked to try to make them do it. They were married uncomfortable. month Inter, and spent the Intervul The fellow who slips backward as iiuurrellln:; like cats and dogs. rapidly as he moves forward can They spent their honeymoon at Ni never understand why he never gets agara Kail, und came back to o rentnnywherv. ed cottage ucross the road. I said they'd gone away quarrelling like cats nnd dogs. Well, when they came buck devoted to each they seemed We positively will not permit fox other. hunting or hunting of any character "I can't muke out what's comu over or trespaising on' our farms. Any Vm," said mother. violator will bo prosecuted. I heard them talking on the porch J. S, Schooler, KdgarPrice, W. A. when they thought no one was near. "If you'd guessed how I hated It, Price, Joe Criicillis, T. J. Price, IL L. Elkin, B. M. Lear, IL L. Barker darling." said Mr. Seebrlght. "How was I ta. know" uiked Jill. IE. F. Parson, Marlnda Longsworth, thought you IKod It." J. P. Bland, Askins and Moberley, "I "A man like his opposite," said Mr. J. J. Sebastian, W. A,. Moberley, and I nearly laughed out The fellow who wears a poker face Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and loud. "The minute I saw ymi I reJi not always an expert ut the game. Hughes Bros., M. B. Turner. volted to weuu you awuy from urt, pq It makes an excellent mask for a pin (Other names will be added upon that I could get u rest from It headed brain. the payment of 25 cents) (tf.) "Well, huw was, I to knowf naked Brodhead, Ky., Aug. 1!0 Paint Lick humped into a real pitcher by the name of Bacon and got trounced to the tune of G to 1. Bacon wns ho stingy with bate, hits, he only allowed three. Red Ilcnzley started the game for Paint Lick, but gave way to Uckcy, Paint Lick's pitching nee, In the third. Lackey held the Brodhead boys down pretty well for the remainder of the game. They say Bacon don't pitch such a thing a a curve ball, but they get up to n batter a dnmake a guy think "they aint when they nre." That kind are what they call "mean hops." The battery for Paint Lick. Beazley, Lack-rand Patrick; for Brodhead. Bacon ind Pike. y, Uu-r)bod- Brodhead Twirler Bumps Paint Lick It is gutter." father thought. I knew whut It was, and sure enough they come In arm In arm. "Well, we're engaged," says sister Othtr Sldt of tht Question. Put On Your Own Prle. "A dog." said Uncle IHxn. "Is man's Kvery one stamps Ids own value on hlniM-lf- . The price we challenge for faithful friend; which Is whut ho ouriu-he- s Is given us. Man Is made ought to be. consldrrln' bow ho eats great or little by his own wilt. Schil- wtfout worktnV ler. Flowtrt for Luck. wk.es the ciwi art In Hwltiertjn-Savsa. When machinery was driven to the mountain pastures for llrst intruduced, nxmt opposed the summer, the leader, which wears It. on the ground that It would throw a bell, has her neek garlanded with many out or Mnny an flowers for tuck. sewing machine Mtlmninn still curries buckshot In hU Irgs, tired there Jspsnsso "Courtship." by "practical" gvnt who objected to In some parts of Japan, as soon as the detlllsh device that work a young man has set eyes upon his from Today w reallie Ideal, he opens proceedings by that labr-ltidevice merely shift a branch of a certain shrub worVrm Into new Industries and against tho door of her parents' house. rals- - the standard of living. You Should the young woman not wish to Ihls llluitrntnl In the American encourage system that does the work allowed to his advances tho branch is wither; but If sho decide nieM-iigr- r of auJ,0t) boys. to accept him aa ber future huoband sho blackens her teeth as a sign that ho may begin negotiations with hor Ruskln. Ncverthelsss. though tin future may father. prefer to read ItuiMn In selections. It Is nut concehuble that the present afDrunkards Among Insects. o great a writer fectation tu Uespl Entomologists have found thst Ivy nnd so line a spirit will persist. This flowers provide avertlable bacchanalian generation may be red of ItusUn, but futlval for a number of Insects. Wbea the next will return to his noblest the willow Is In bloom they find a simthings with a new pleasure. He had ilar sceno of dissipation around Its yelan isr, passion, eniulslle sclisltillltli-s- , low catkins. There Is a fly so ada wonderful eye for th i:ilnuict nnd dicted to wine that Linnaeus named the grandest colored forms of ti.iturv; It tho "cellar fly," which appellation and he itmde some f the mot KIrby changed to the more approprithings In Ungli.li ate one of the "cellar wine drinker." like the Innuiti over St. Murk's KIrby stales that the larvae of this iiisiirpucl description' of plcturvs, little fly. whose diet he could attest UmUnipes, Sclomun from his own observations, dlsd.ilns to trees. llot-rs- . All persons having claims against Kagle. feed on anything but wine or beer. the estate of the late Cyrus Daly, properly will present same to me, proven, before September 15th. Those indebted to said estate will plcae set! tabor-Mttng pplu Jit. o!d-tla- e lrk g Notice 11 mag-nltlcv- pre. pns-uigi-- 4 Notice. 'SAVE Tlie DIFFERENCE WE OFFER YOU THE FOLLOWING: tle at once. T. H. Daly, Administrator, 3t.) 4 (8-2- Friday and Saturday LOW PRICES 20 CO Hunters Beware Farm Loans Joint Stock Made by Louisville Land Hank, organized and operating under the provisions of the Federal Farm Loan Act. In amounts from .On imI2.S00.U0 to $35,000.00. proved farm lands. Interest rate, 0 per cent. Terms 33 years. Payments on amortization plan. No commission to pay. For full information address or Tomlinson & Hnys, Atty's. tall on Bars P and C, the White Nnptha Soap with 5 Bars P and G Luna Soap Free pound can Silverlenf, Pure Lard $7.35 Halls Perfect Mason Jars, with the beat red rubber rings, Quarts Pints Half Gallons $1.00 iwrao-tlnies- ." Lancaster Graded School Notice BOcts 100 pound Best 90cts $1.20 such n hind left ear, result of pollevil; rubber tired black buggy, with see his moneyrich hlmsslf. ou f all TKe strongest of hands are withHide curtains. Man thought to be one Brad Taylor, wanted out value unless there Is a brain capa. With a OtVltal M. ble of directing their movements. jjere on similar cnurgc. "You know all the capltalsr Notify march of PHONE 31 We Insist that th "Ye, that Is, of all the statsf" DR. PRINTUS WALKER, OA SHERIFF Of "Well, what Is tho capital ftt IM progress has not halted. It is mere, Brinir In your eggs. All those who desire to enter the Loucaster Graded School which begins Sept. 4, 1922, living outside of the district, and those under the age August 13th., 1922, horse and butriry was hired to party for of six or over the age of eighteen, two days. Same has not been returned. drip whether living in the district or not, hear the Seebiights' water-taping. must pay tuition for whole nine S2S.00 reward for information leading to recovery of same months in advance. Willing to Help, and $50.00 reward for arrest of guilty party. Paul 11. Uoyd, Supt. (8.3 4t.) Madge I bear sho married him out .17 years old, weight 1G0 poundtJ, of sympathy. Description: Man about Never marry for money until you Marjorle Yes ; she was sorry ( are sure of setting It smooth shaven, blue eyes. Mare, black, 7 years old, scar bep slhter Anne. "I wonder if that's why Hob Smith nnd tho Huv. Smalt" "What's thutr asked Mr. Setbrlght. "Oh. nothing, dear." I wondered whether our folks would young man spending Kastern Cane StiK'ar $7.50 50c OH pounds, 12i2 pounds, $1.00 Quart tin Fruit Cans, per dozen 4SC No. 2 Galvanized Wash Tubs 69c 9c. Armours Oats, per box Post To.'utles, per box 11c HcstSoda Crackers, (absolutely fresh) per pound 17c package, each lc, 7 for ..25c Arm and Hammer Soda, Karo, Blue Label, Corn Syrup, No. G can 25c. No. 10 Pail..50c If you have not seen our new stock of GINGHAMS, SHOES, NOTIONS, QUEENSWARE, TINWARE, ALUMINUM WARE AND GLASS WARE it will pay you to look NOW. 8-o- z. A. H. IT'S FREE. Bast in & Co. 4 CUUIRAJID COUNTY. LANCASTER, KY. state of rastrlmoayr "That's easy Moan." ly golnx round in circles. lot NEAR DEPOT Water and hitch your Horse in our