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September 14. 1022
Cenderted by Mr. Robert F
9pmr Farm Demonstrator and Special
JINIOR AGRICI LTI RAL CUBS
Silver Creek Junior Agricultural
Club mot Inxt Wednesday night,
Ri ptember 6, and rendered a very in
teresting program. The entire pro
gi am was conducted by the rlub. Ar
rangement were made fr a club
picnic with two other clubs invited.
Committees were appointed and the
announcement of the picnic date will
be known later.
Silver Creek club is progressing
Other clubs are conducting meet
ings, holding ice cream suppers, pi
srppers, etc., throughout Rockcastle
and Madison counties. The program
are fine. Their work is being recog
nied by many.
From Producer to Consumer
Walla, eton community met last
Tuesday nirht to discusa the needs
of a community organization. Before
nicelv and doing some splendid work adjourning they found themselves
with Stanley Towetl as leader.
The County Agent was present and
emphasized the importance of com
pleting their record books.
Lone Star Workers Junior Agricul
tural Club met Saturday night Sep
tember 9. for the purpose of an ice
cieam supper. The proceeds of
vhich go to help pay the expenses
of Starns Freeman, one of the mem
bers of the Junior Live Stock Judg
ing Team, to the State Fair, Louis
ville. All the cream candy and cake
was sold. Everybody seemed to en
joy the evening.
The County Agent explained the
Junior Live Stock Judging Team and
also reported what Madison County .
cfubs have done in eight years.
The Lone Star Workers club is very
active with Mr. L. L. Campbell as
This club is the home of the State
President of Junior
oiganized into a community club.
Mrs. Bernice Kindred, the Junior
Club leader and the teacher at Wal
laceton, was instrumental in getting
the club started. This club means
much to Wallaieton community.
ficurov 'ill tmvxrrllrfi C'.l Jr i F -'III
l0VED UWORM WTttJUTWHAl I BIBLES FOR ALL THE WORLD
(Rr RKV. P. B IT7.WATKR, O. D,
Tmrlrr of Knfliah HI bis In 111 Moody
nihl Instltuia at hlnm l
Cop, Ms M. ltll. W , NwapaMf falsa
TOI LTRY CULLING
There will be ten poultry culling , ,,. ,j .
demonstrations for egg production,! k..i:.. .v,., i. :n i l-
i " i v v n ma, win mircaiatj mo
income of dollars and cent for Rock
and one night meeting for the pur
pose of discussing poultry and cover
crops in each magisterial district in
Rockcastle county as stated below:
J S. Swinford, Disputant
September 18, 10 a. m.
Wallace Laswell, Orlando
September 18, 2:30 p. m.
Night Meeting, Macedonia School-
September 18, 7:30 p. m.
Orbin Gilliam, Pleasant Run-
Agricultural pan ponder CauIey
CUDS af.soc.auon, ana very pruu. ( September ,9 2:30 p. m.
of the fact that the State President,, v... .. . .
, '. nv-i. -.ass-,, i iini
Starns Freeman, la to represent them
In the judging 1am at Louisville.
September 19, (7:30 p. m.
George Fish, ML Vernon
Willing Workers of Dixie Highway . Septmeber 20, 10 a. m.
Junior Agricultural Club had a very (John Sam Purwell, Mt. Vernon
successful ice cream supper last week i September 20, 2:30 p. m.
making a nice little sum, which is . fugnu Meeting, Oak Hill School-
t be used for the promotion of club I House
work in the community. September 20, 7:30 p. m.
This club is one of the biggest j t McKniirht. Conwav
clubs in the county and has a mem
bership of 40 members and ia doing
excellent work under the leadership
of Mrs. M. A. Moody. Mrs. Moody
is also teacher in the same district
Mrs. Moody is working hard with her
club and will lead them to a success
Conway Junior Agricultural Club
put on an excellent program two
weeks ago which was enjoyed by the
entire community. This club ia a
very active club under the leadership
of Miss Rosa Dalton. The club it
planning for the School and Agri-
September 21, 10 a. m.
W. A. Johnson, Chestnut Grove School
21, 2:30 p. m.
Night Meeting, Chestnut Grove
September 21, 7:30 p. m.
Sherman Chasteen, Bromo
September 22, 10 a. m.
W. M. Hurst, Level Green
September 22, 2:30 p. m.
Night Meeting, Level Green School
22, 7:30 p. m.
The county agent is very anxious
(hat these poultry culling demonstra-
A PROLONGED COURTSHIP
The old ninn regarded hi remaining
unmarried daughter critically.
'i.et me nee, Alice." he reflected
-loung Miiythe hua been railing on
you regularly for nli or eight months.
"Yen, father," simpered Alice).
"Well." continued her parent. "If he
asks you to marry hliu when he comes
tonight, tell him to nee me. Under
"Yen. dad." giggled Alice. "But sup
pose he doesn't ask me to marry hlmt"
ITm." reflected jn. "In that
cane Just tell him I wunt to see blia.'
"Tan'l I sell you some of these pork
and benrm goodsf
"No. Indeed. I siw an advertlae
meiit giving a picture of a fellow who
hnd taken one bite of those and was
wearing a grin that waa positively
idiotic. 1 don't wnnt to take any
chancea n l.ioking that way." Retail
Why the Crowd Laughed.
Lecturer (In loud voice: "1 venture
to say to this crowd of people that
there Isn't a man In this audience to
night who has ever done anything to
prevent the destruction of our vast
As be paused for breath a little man
In the hack row rose timidly : "Yea, I
have; I killed a couple of woodpeck
1 knew him when he was a boy
What one is there of us that has not felt the glow of satisfaction
over the outstanding success of a life-long friend Often a sur
prise seemingly "all of a sudden." Yet neither surprising nor
sudden, when you slop to think back over each step of his progress.
IE United States Rubber Company makers of U. S.
Koyal Cords were first to conceive, make and announce
the balanced tire. A tire in which there is such rnm.
-tjS-J p'ete unity of action in tread and carcass that neither
JTi'iJ :ll i l L -I
iu kvc way cciorc roc inner.
First to conceive, make and announce a complete
line of tires a tire for every need of price and use under
standard of quality.
First to tell the public about the good and bad In
tire-retailing. (You remember the phrase "Go to
a legitimate dealer and get a legitimate tire.
First also to arouse industrial and trad
minds to the need of a new kind of tire
competition. (Competition for better and
better values. Greater and greater pub
THESE high spots along the U. S.
road to leadership indicate the
intent the will to win by the qual
ity route in a price market.
Now that so manv car-ownera
have given their verdict for quality
tires in general, and U.S. Tires in
particular a number of dealers
and car-ownera whose vision
has been clouded by "dis
counts," "sales" and what
not, are beginning to re
member that they "knew
him when be was a boy.
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United States Tires
re booq htbs
Hay and Grain
t'urn Ni. S while il'ii, dUiilSc ; No.
SI uhlle lltSQiloSc: No. SI yellow lUi'
7c: No. 4 while letfiillc; No. 4 yel
low tIW iWr : No. 2 mixed ll'ifi title
Wheiir No. 2 red l ll'nl.U; No
$l.tIHrl.i: No. 4 l nVtl 1."H
tinls-No. a white :W4(r:Me: No
S :i"SlSW4c: No. 2 mixed SIT 1
No. SI mixed :C:tit.-.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry
Mutter Pair.v f.incy :!; pmklns
stock N. 1, -l'; packing stock No
KgK Kxtra firsts StV; firsts Sttci
ordinruy firsts '.lit'
Live I'oiiltry llroilers 1 Ihs and
over --' ; fowls 4 pounds and oei
Uli'i under 4 Ihs I il-: roosters i:.c.
I'little SU-ers, giHid to choice 170
S).UO; f:ilr to giMid $tLiMx?7; coiniiiot
to fair ltsi&tl.tl; heifers good U
choice IT Oil ."HI; fjir to good E.'.Ss9T
coiiiiuoB to fair $.'l.."wr."ii ; cows gone
to clioii-e $.'&tl: dinner l .Vr'-"
stork steers $.''j! T isl; st.n k helfert
S4.ts J :...
( uhes-G.hmI to choice H-'tfl J.'s)
fair to goH $:9I2; common unr
In rue .fl
Shet'p tiood to choice M."i; fair t
goid .''ir4. common si iil.'si: lumh
(I.hmI to choice I t TO; f.ilr to g.MH
flt lNlQ l.'t.UI.
Ilotfs Heavy f'.iil IttlTi ; choice park
ers nnd liulcliers !t.T."'iilH.": metliiin
i.X.'i in : rniiiinon to clioii-e heavy fai
sow sVi.TiB ; pigs (111) pounds ant
Squirrel's Surgery Effective.
Rome New Itrunswick schoolboys
trappel a atjulrrel some time ago. Its
skin and the flesh of Its legs were cut
through to the hone by the trap. The
little animal was put into a cave and
given aome balsam boughs to play
with. A achool teacher hniieiied to
pass by the squirrel s cage. She
stopped to look at It and oliserved It
pick some balsam from the houghs
and apply to its sore foot. The teach
er was Interested in the little prisoner
nd stoMd to see It every day, and
the squirrel treated Its foot In the
nine manner. When the hurt was
completely cured the hoys gave It it
liberty and It scampered off as iil.-kly
a though It had never been Injured.
New York Times.
movea are as bad as a
"And one visit of the paper hang
era b4la a cycloua."
Two local llollundera exploring a
Aide eight feet III circumference and
2s feet deep III an en field rcvutly
found a network of passugea contain
ing vast numbers of mummified re
mains of animals and birds In an ex
traordinary atate of preservation, re
port a dispatch from Johannesburg,
The passage discovered were of
many aizea ami some of the (Insures
are estimated to he MM) feet high.
Zoologists here are unahle to offer
any conjec ture a to the orlglu of the
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U S. Tires j
BOONE TAVERN GARAGE
I hava a prr-rt wlfo." said Lm;
"liar cooklns'a not a rrima.
Ana whrn she makes a data with me
tshe'a always ili-rs on tinia."
"Would you mind turning off that
electric fan, walterT"
"Yea. air. Too much draft, slrT"
"It Isn't that, hut I don't want the
aroma of this caineiuhert I'm eating
to be blown away
Another Speed Record.
By running list yards In 11 4 8 sec
onds, recently. Mis rSllnaheth Lines
of l.oiidou. Fruglaiid. ostahllshed a
record for women runner.
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 17
THE MESSAGE OF MALACHI
I.fcfWilN TKXT-Mal. 1.1-4 1.
UiHJiKN TKXT llfluin unto ma. an4
t will r-turn iiruo yon. sm it rs the lird uf
tlimta - Msl 1 ;
HKh KKKM'K MATKUIAI-II Kins
1. -3, Iss k K'ik. i.l.;. Ait ai-Jk, II
lor I 1-1 li
I'KI M A It V Tiil'li.' OiHla I'rumiM uf
thr Kvi..f , Conon
JIMult Til l -ll(Trrings That I'leaaa
I NTKRMKId ATK AMI KKMOIt TUPIC
W list Us Mlxiul.l invfi to lld
ViM'Ni PK.il l.i; ami All I.T T-H'IC
Wliat the HUH Ti-s h-s About Ulvina
The Niihjeit of liMluy'a lesson la
broil. ler Hiiiii the text. eH-i lally the
verses printed. J'. Msl way to teacli
this les..ii la to glte a survey of the
entire hook. . r .
Mnlarhl was Tluips cmiteiiiiorary
with Neheinlah; pmhiihly aiistnineil the
same relation In Neheinlah that Hag
gitl and et'hiiriah did to -ruhhatiel.
After the cNiipletinii of the walla of
Jerusalem Neheiulnh seems to have
been railed hack to the Persian court,
hut returned to Jerusalem after a
few years. Though outwardly the lives
of the issiple were correct, the prophet
m. riled out the sins of a Corrupt priest
hood, mixed marriage and a failure to
I. Israel's Base Ingratitude (I :!-.'..
U.mI approaehed them with the ten
der affirmation - have love.1 you." It
was the prophet's hurden to declare
this fa.'t unto them (v. I). So formal
and worldly were the int.ple that they
failed to see (iial's hand upon them.
The attitude of Israel to liod la shown
in the skeptical Insinuation "Wherein
nasi Ihoii loved us? The srophet
answers this hy showing limi t -holi-e
of Jaeoh and Ilia mslng hy Ksu; Ilia
destruction of Kdoiu and saving Israel.
II. God's Sever Indictment (l:H
2.17). 1. Agninst the Priest (J :-2. ).
They were guilty (I) of profanity
(l:l). Their profanity wa In despis
ing the name of tlod. To fall to honor
SmI Is to he profane. To use Ills
name In any unreal way Is to lie thus
guilty. (2) Sacrilege (vv. 7. H). Their
sai-rllegious act was In offering mI-ltite-1
bread ami hlemlshe.1 sarrliVee.
To bring siirh offerings o an earthly
ruler would be gross Insult, lilft
to lie a.reptnlile with tiisl must lie
genuine; must smt something. We
should give to ti.xl our liest. There Is
no Intellect too hiilllaiil to offer In the
Uml's servlee. The young should not
esteem their lives wasted who offer
them on the altar of missionary sacri
fice. M fireed (l:1tl). They were
not willing to oien the disirs of God's
house without pay. nur service should
le out of a heart of l-.ve for ld, not
for pr.dlt. This hits a vital aplli-allon
to ministers and evangelKIs tislny. To
enter I'hiiotbin serl.-e b.inuse of
worldly giilu Is of thl.4 type. (I) W mir
iness (I : 1 2, 1 :t ( . Us e of laek of
love the routine of duty t.e. nine Irk
some, (."ii Not t.iiihing the law to
Ihe (ssiple (2:11)). Those set apnrt
to lem h li.Ml's law to the H-ople have
a great resainslhllity ntid lSo.1 will
niont surely demand an a Minting.
2. Against the 1'eopie (2:HI7: .':"
l"i). (I) Kor iing.Mlly innrrliiL'es (2 -1 1.
12). tiod's plllMie In the prohibition
of mlil msnliiges was that lie might
rnlse up holy seed (v. I.'i). The imir-
rlilge of the Im-IIi-v -r with the unbe
liever t.idny brings loiirn-t. n Into the
fold of Ion) mid turns nlde Ills pu
Nise. (2) lor divor.e (2:l't M). Ill
vor.'e whs the s.iiin-e of great sorrow
even the tenri of the wronged wom
en covering the altar (v. i:t). The of '
ferlnirs nf a mini who hnd thus (rented
his wife would be mi atxiuiliuitlon to i
t;.l. The tenrs uf wronged women j
todny ure going up to oh ami imike 1
even the prayers of some men an
nhoiiiliiiitlou to Mini. :t) I'liblle
w mugs (II :.y (!). (a) Sor.-ery tniigle.
Those who prucllee Min h things should
be regarded a public offenders, (b)
Adultnry. This Is a sin of w bier extent
than the pnrtles coinvrned. (c) Kiilse
swearing, (d) I tppresslon of Ihe hire
ling, widow and fulherless. (e)
Turned as'.fle the stranger from his
rights. (4) lihisphemy (SI: I.'I -IS).
III. The Severe Judgments Which
6hall Befall the Nation Ct l ..; 4:HI).
1. Hy WhiHii Kxe.-ut.Hl. This Is
done by the l.onl. Iiidgment has lieeu
committed to the Sou of tlod (Acta
2. Time of Second Coming of Christ.
John the Itaptlst waa the forerunner
of Ills first coming. Klljuh shall lie
the forerunner of Ills second coining.
8. Itesult.' For the righteous It will
he day of heal'ng and aalvalloii. To
the wicked It will be a day of burning
and ib'slrintlon. A hook of remem
brance I now being kept. A day of
retribution I coming.
Even a He Is Pure.
Ileloved. now are we the son of
(lo1. and It doth not yet appear what
we shall he; hut we know that, when
He shall apear, we shall be like llltu;
for we shall see llltu a He la. And
every man that hut h this hope In hliu
purltlelh himself, even aa he la pure.
I John 3:2 .
I laid me down and slept; I awaked;
for the Lord sustained me. I will nut
he afraid of ten thousand people.
I'salin r. :t i
Society Reports the Orsateit Year In
Its History In the Velum
t Ha Issued.
The biggest year of Itlble rlrciila
lion since Ihe high levels of Ihe war
period. Is reported by Ihe American
Itlble society fn the annitnl reMirl Just
Issued. This report aiiya:
"The total number of volumes circa,
lated during the yetir was 4.H.VV4M,
which Is more than a million In excess
of the distribution of the preceding
)enr. Ihe largest Increase Is shows
In I'lilmi, where 2.ll2.7:tt were clrcii
luted. I'mm Japan, the Nenr Kast
Hnd all nf Latin America, there has
mine nn Increased demand no greal
that the society lis been unable lo
"The revised Spanish New Test,
nieni bus been completed nil. I will he
ready for distribution during Ihe com
ing year. 1anslatlon work has gone
forward also In l.tiragoll for mission
In ftrlllsh Knst Africa; In Quechim for
the llollvlan Indians; In Zulu for Ihe
bin-k people of South Africa; In
K'pelle for use in Liberia. In t hin
large part of Ihe scriptures have
been Issued In the new phonetic script,
which la a simplified written form In
dorsed and promoted by the govern
That Was All.
Huberts .Mega did not slay long
when he called on you al Ihe office.
Kohlnson No ; he wanted to liorrow
t!i, and went away ss soon a he girt
"I see; Just a case of touch and
go." I,i.lin Til lilts.
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What are ywo doing with that
Hims) ef eoair
"I am taking It to my Jeweler's to
have It made ever Into an engage
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