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The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 22. 1922
iT 1 Mm m mmU i a
Honor Roll Bank.
4 per cent paid on time de
posit!. Call and aee tit.
J. J. Walker, Prmdfnt.
W. F. Champ, Vice-President.
W. 0. Itltrnry. Au't. to the Pretldcnt.
U (J. I)v.iIon, Cathier.
J. L (iill, Assistant Cashier. v
V. F. Miller, AMiitant Caihler.
Mm. Natm. Hamilton, Teller.
THE NEW FAMILY
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK,
Corner Public Square find Danville Street,
math late !n the day, to a to have
the poison in place aroun I the plant
Cut. before night, when the cutworms are
active. Apply a second time If
r worm, i
Cutworm can readily be controlled Cutworm deitray hundred of
by the ue of poi-oncd bait, the Unt. ' thousands, even rolllron. of dollar'.,
tttl Statrt Department ef Agricul-' worth of crop every year through
ture ha demonstrated. Thi. Is thejmit the fnited State. They esprei-
way to prepare ami apply the poison
To one bushel ef dry ailil one
pound of white arx-tiie or l'arl green
and mil thoroughly into it mash
with 4 fallen 0( unter, in which hat
been stirred nnv-half gallon of torg
hum or other cheap molaMe. Thit
amount will be tulTicirnt to treat i or
' acre of cultivated crop. After
'he mah hat stood for several hour
scatter It In lump of about thr me
f a marble over the field where
he injury it beginning to appear
Put it about the bamt tf the plant
inch have beei i' cj' Apply the
ally attack tomatoes, cabbage, let
tuce, am) othr Vegetable that have
been Marled under glass and trans
planted. Cutwormt sometime ap
pear in gr at number in the spring
and early lunmrr, and frequently do
severe injury before their ravage
arj noticed. ..-
( mi. ir m.iiui. sii.tr friuifao
The llllle Milne-of lliintmr nun MM
with excitement A new family wn to
in.ne Into the pline. n rare nut fir
(hot remnle until rj town.
The roney fnriti, n It wan railed,
liml long been Mirnnt, ii ml rundown.
Now new owner wn ornir,g, nnd In-
itererrTill lilKhT"' - -
j "III Millie JihMll." Mr. JiHlIt
'informed her nolgl,hr. She hud licen
, inn ktntr Imililrle nl.otit the eieeted
I now comer. Tlie)'e been living down
ifi the elty He cut n wife but slies
llin, and fle ebiMrrn."
All were facer to see the r. w final-
ly arrhe. Soli f the wninen et.n
went ilnwn to the iiinl Hntr station.
The whllle sound.-.), the Iriiln rnn.e
to n stop, nml the new Inmil) iillplite.l.
JI " thiiii. A trunk, well trupd.
wh set ihmn on the plntferiii. a In
ami H hllffv, .
"He" Jot "a buggy." bleril Mr.
True. "Ain't It line? The nt of the
thine inu.t he milling luler."
Mr Jenklii IimiIkI uiriiiit en hi new
nelchlxir, h broad mile on hi fure
that win Ihelr heart, lie s.eii.eU a
Joll) s rt o( iHim, cmh niitur.-d.
Choxon Hy The Ilonrd of
The following it n list of the teach
er who are (mplayed far the schools
of (iarrard County for the chool
Antloch SebMl, V. T. (Jreen, Mr.
V. T. Oreen.
linker SchMl, Mm
Ileaxloy Sehool, MW
lleech drove Sfhol,
Iliech WikhI Sbl,
Hethel School, M)m
I Ruenn Vitta School, Mi! Orn I..
-Any of ji.u cm u her-e I eun bur- lAfianu. J'rtnciiwi; .ir. Jinroui . mc
rowj" he akeil. "M wife here uln't i (Irecor, M! Ellu I.ewi, Ml Mottle
hle to wmIW. My Iimcc) lame, hut I Callm, Mit Huth Ilreaddut and Mlt
Yitu'r wdniiiii to tuk m
our' BjiiUk1y r r po 11 il il Mr.
JlTw, IHiIIM pi t imiium, . . . j
Uitl. H...I.V.. I,urr.....l the,'" "r l'l'ef
Urailthaw School, Mb" Jewell
llricht't Bend .Sehool, Mr. Eucene
Thompson. , ;
ilryanttville School, Mt. Kemey
M, Adamt, Principal; Mim Mnry
Ilrown and Mi Hazel Caron. "
Huckeye School. Mr. H. V. Price,!-
Principal to be tupplled;! .
Mr. Karl Carter and Mf Geneva, Unly Cultural Methods
Central Kentucky's rcnt morninp; ncwBpnpcr, de
nircit to call to tJio attention of the people of Lnncns
tor antl surroundiiur territory that there is a Hpecial
ruck run for the benefit of its subscribers and paper
reaches you in early morning hours. The price of
The Lexington Herald by mail for one year,
DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR
ONE YEAR IS $6.00
The Herald is delivered by carrier to your home at
a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW!
Cn Control Webwormt In Corn
' Mamie Calico.
! CartervWe School, Mr. E. A. Hull,
Principal, and MU Lucille Morford.
Copper Creek School
the following prlnjj.
Grai land of all klndt mendowa,
pntture. or lnwn. furnith the nor
mal food of tod webworm., but they
alto cnaur ynunj; corn plant. below
the turfacc and deform them ihj a
to prevent the production of u'laln.
After the corn it once planted nnd
the Meld in found to be infested there
Thir method of attack it to cut , ,..ir ' ,lU ,.... , utllnv iB ! Gunn'a Chopel School, Mr. Kcarn-
off the younc plant near the cround. n,j ,r,,. rr. Z!r!&Vt ' r' Adam, Principal and Mr. Kearn.
They are of larce me and are vora-i jriT "itMeTr'w 1,- lived ner.t to the ey Adaini.
ciuut feeder, callable of ilrttroyini; fotiej tiirw. WH i,rei,rlni: l, r upper ' Harmon' L.ci Seliool, Mm. Geo.
man j.ant n a mcie mcht Often wln there euiwe u t-iiW at the (i-,r. jj. Collett
Outbreak of wcbwormi in corn
in the Middle Eastern Stutcs can be
prevented only by cultural methods,
nrrordini; to the Ilureau of Entomo
logy of the United State Depart
ment of Agriculture. Unlike mo.t' no practicable method of cettlnir
j of our destructive pests, the various rid of the worms; the only thinj: that
species or webworms are nil native can be ilone I. to produce conditions
of America nnd have not been in- that will permit the corn to grow in
troduced from forylgn land. ' spite of them.
Summer or very tnrly fall plowing Diikinj; in the prinjr, the npplica
should be practiced. Plowing in tion of fertilizer, nnd the owini; of
.. . , ti...... .,f ii m J.nkirm rhii- .. , ... r, ''it" October or November has litwc.tound seed are the chief preventive
they cut dwn mvre than they can n.e,e m.h ..ne of the J.okln Hill Uemni: fccr.d. Mr. E. W. Reeve. , . !,.. ' v., ...m v..... L r,.
de .l jr
SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG
ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE
Younc men who would enter the decline of i.fe in cum
fortnble circumstance should iirg-i to ve now.
The approved moilrrn mcthoj i.f taMnc .t a av net ac
count in the home bank.
Thlt bank mvitr younc men ai,i vour.c w Titn to join
itt family of avmi;i depontor.
One dollar oprnt a savmr a, .oun, and any urn may
be dcpotitrd thereafter
THE NATIONAL BANK
S. C. DENNY, Outlier.
Capital 450,000. Surplus 450,000.
Honor Roll Bank
I llifitman S.'-ool. M:i Lula Crou.
"I "ml s uld jimi lend Mm a aTn
lt t " he nlml. "an" IBB. " , . ...ii.i
u M..wn ami u Utile i ', ' ' V ,,
Uwn.m Schnol. Ms Helta- Miller.
effect because the worm are already , measures that will have any effect.
in their winter webs under the tur- Neither poisoning nor trapping ha
face of the cround. LAnd that has met with any success. Injury to
been in mm! or pasture, or lain fallow 'grasslands fa difficult to control anil
nnil l-rnwn Itn ffi VI'hj.jI. nml nrnM litfln nn l.n .Inn.. - v.m, t,. t.lnur ...i
To t-e sun-, dear!" r.H,rHl.-d Mr. , Uk-nS Chap' School. Mr. Anna thou)( ,)t, ow)(J m Ju Aupu,t,'the an, piant lt't0 M,n. imml.
..... Hntitton Povnler. I ........ . .... '
NEED GAIN IN WEIGHT HEFORE
After tieinc bred and before fall
farrowintr. mature bruin! tfcouhi
' ... . i ... .11 . .
to Kive the .n.ma a small amount ftmUy .,,,, r,.fMM. H ucuwr.
of cram feel. ow much I fe.l wilt; ,,, h. ,t, ,M.. j, . m,, i,n-
dupomt largely upn the amount of ti,,r.
I extra tlotk the aniiMnls are carrying.' -It too evM ermlnp. Imt what can
.The judgment of the feeder will de- we rr H-ketl Mr. Mrown.
lurwiHtt bAti Mfijali i fa Im rlvatn at 1 Thej talked the mutter
any on time. Itrgirdlef of the
i1h At lat lliey ileerileil en il plan
. .1..... .1 .1.1 .., I... a.ff . lil.1 f.l U.irk
ntuunt .f nr. . f .ul ..am... p.k..lt1 ...
gH from 75 to SO jmhib.. in weight.' , , - " 7 . ' a elite In the new family. Jin.. Jon.-
twine brewer . The tram made u,l',t'm,", MJch " nfR. M 1 wa. tlrt one t.. put It int.. effeit.
swine hre.Mer ). The kam mad. u( m(lll, ,Wt4 or m,(IUllflw ,huU( , , k UM.ttl Htl(-
Lv 1 am rllmti J II nut tka ftlltlllMur ... ' .
7 r. : " .. uppito.. in.k.-.i
tnoum lie more man in i ntwe n..n-..ji- ,.,, i . ,
Manie Sohol. Mi Gertrude Col
lett. I'rineipalj Mim Fay Ward and
Mi Cnlhe Held.
Mason School. Mis Alice Sutton.
Mt. Hebron School. Mr. I). II. Lit
tie, I'nneipal, Mb Marguerite Field,
Mis Emma Hoiticlaw and Miss Myr
Nina School. Mr. Scudder Abney,
I'nneitml and Mis Sunbeam Hubli.
Orchard Orove SehMl. M: I'atsy
Paint Uck School. Mr. Klmer Wei-
.....r.l i,.i,.v "I'm l.mUn ".bi thine l nncipai, lo
ever) iIh." be 'Uppll.sl; Mi Sadie Kalston, Mis
"Me. t.'." .rho.il Mi. Ullb. "Tiny Emma Walker. Mt Dora Deane
hae tH.rrowe.1 my wahHird nnd Scott. lif Mary G. Brandenburg
..up. liking tins Hat.-. e.n. iindl,,,,,, M, KttUp jUrru Dickerson.
tlicv tiet.r r.tiirn ii nunc mi i go
after It Vt lwa then. et,eclall)
if ll'm .,..tM...t.ln(- .11 .Mlt. I'll! 'tHItlt
, ure.i of it " I '!,ce Acadesny School .Mi-. Eva
"lie-, Urrwed tay hiibnnr Merrynmn.
Scott's Fork School. Mif Ora
Stony Point School. Mta Urjnette
Sycamore School. Mi Irene Aid-ridge.
In the iwtrnlng sm.ll.i r rhlld came
with the riut rimld ju Imd me
I.Hif of hrenil atu) u few Mtat,
HImI ltl, lie WHHt M .H.el"
After II few iU) the llelchher be
gan to talk among tlieinr.-Jt.it.
I "If lllniHt time thetu thing ef
their eniee. I ay." "'! r.il Mr.
June. "Ihv thing thejSe tMrrewil
lo me nn. halN t nvv.r nturMtl. I
rulitii't 1HI ):'
"Wh) I t.Hg(it I wa the only ore .
who lent '.to tiling!" erll Mr. t
H nly one .Net HtHeh ! 'tUM I
if it is intended to plant it to corn crop.
Pleasant Hill School.
in the breeding
Cim ou lend Mn lx egg
lot ! an.t a cup of ugMr and a Utile butter 1
herd M"' nwking a euKe.
-ivrtalnl). leame.l sit. Jece.
bringing Hie ielril artlele.
farrowing undi - - , , n ,H,r . ,.,,. ,mtX.
H(lnnHK M"" . .luallu f.tuiliMi ...ill twtl thi.au Iti
I .litis. n fat .utll fit it ..-it la tun I n,ll.Hn. ... a i.. i. al.u
.,1, . . I . .... lift) ftffi. Il IIIUIIIIHIII!. !'!
uunnK nv nni vn witmi jmww.
Kami not unly tH.iurt strong jmk nml ! . Iti..4,
a ko.nI flaw of milk after farrow ,ng w f(ttt(ii Mufv tfa j
but nl.o offset the lo m we.ght o f ,
me low iiurinK ine lair,
succeeding uckting period.
ing breinllng, the ow should have
enough grass or forage crn such a
clover, alfalfa, Sudan grau, rape and
oiitf. to make any gram feed un
neccenry," E. J. Wilford a swine
specialist of the Cidlege of Agricul
ture pointisl out. "Thi not only will
result in economy of feeding but aUi
will be the means of giving animal
sufficient exercise and providing
them with more healthful turround
iiik't. "Uuring the last six weeka of the
tage to more than wy for the cost
of fattening. In that t-me a mature
sow would gam from 00 to DO pounds,
(iain on sow which are to In- t-ent
to market nhould require not more
thnn live and one-half pound of
grain for every pound of gain, which
with the usual prices, would inure
a good profit for fattening."
Success breed confidence until it
The wor.t of our worrie are over
things that never happen.
With the recent
retluct ions of
hail storm in-
surnnce rates on
ItrowinK tobacco, in the face of the enotmoua lotsea to
growcra within the lait four or five yenra. every Krowcr
con nfford to protect himself to the limit and, vith
safely, j;o into the business of producing n crop that
requires so much money, lime nml labor, as does tobac
co, that should be insured UBninst loss by hail storms.
Now that so mny giowtrt havo Rone Into an oigtniiation for
a imoi economical, busintts-lik way of handling lhir crops,
and lha iniuranc companies have so low, ltd rat, on hail
intuiance, that i no ita.on in lha woild for any growtr to
ntgltct lha prottction of his crop by ampla insurance.
UIUr your Insurance agent light away and have Mm pro
tect your crop, which is likely to be de.lioved any day by m
hail storm. Policies become effect!- noon, July 10th.
Ue Wli." ho e.itnilultietl.
Hgr' cot -unit In It. anil the hutter
don't tle gi-od "
"Atrry'" eelnlme. Mr. Jon.-.
"Tlio-e egg were nil I had. I remem
ber the Mignr got n4II.il an' the lij
rn',l It up. SM.se they ..,ped up a
lilt o' nnit with It Tun't be bell
now. Ask your ma to please excuse
It thl time,"
The M'heine wu wnrklng well with
Mri. Jenkins, hut bow were the men
to iimniige Mr Jenkltu That " a
mure difficult matter nnd fur more erl
on. 'CimmI morning, Neljlitor Jone."
Mr. Jenkln nccnteij with Id iiual
smile. ".liit lend me your hnrrow.
l'e goiter go oxer my bind."
It hurt Mr. .lone to take the screws
from Id new harrow, for he knew It
would fall lo d.v, and It would
tak a good day to roailr It. but for
the uke of the enili he did It.
In short iii.Htiire Mr. Jenkln ciime
hack, not smiling lid time.
"Whnfit the matter with the old
thlngV' be tdnrteil.
"Why- wh lt' broken!" cried Mr.
Jone. "An' twa n new one. too. Mny
I I etui tlx It, Imt 'twill take n lot
It wu the nme with ev.r tiling
Jenkln trle.1 ti di. i:erjtblns be
tmrroneil fell lo pleee.
It went on for ii few day. Nothing
Hint the Jinkln family tried to bor
row wu In wnrklng order. At bit (be)
began to understand.
"Mehby we'd letier ' an' buy a
few thing for oursuhe." said Mr
Jenkln to Id wife. "Folk .vm tit be
tlre.1 o' l.nilln'."
"Ain't llwt what I told )ouV r
Joln.il hi wife. "Vmt Jlt go to town
an' buy In u slnek o' things un' we'll
gle 'em hack eer)thlnir the)'e eer
Unt ii. Now go!"
"lJue we'e eur.il "em of the hor
rtiwln habit, all rlslit!" cluiikl.M Mrs.
Jones, and the re.t UiijIieJ.
Tentrrville School. Mks Lillian
I'nion School, Mi Kntle Miller.
Walker School. .Miss Wilon.
West Point School, Miss Ida Hurte.
WoodsvieW Sehool, Mr. M. C.
Lancaster: It ice II. Hutler, Mrs.
line II. Hutler, I.ily Mason nnd I.i
DnvUtown: C. II. Nuckolls and E
tella L Vate.
Flat Woods, Mary A. Kinciid,
White Oak. Maggie llurdette, Carl
Hurnslde. and Cora K. Stewart.
Point I.eavol, Susie Fletcher.
Lowell, Charlotte Troutman.
Iloone'i Creek, tie... J. (ininet.
Scott'. Fork, Karl Walker
Poverty i not a crime, but many
people treat it as such.
ltonuty that U skin deep seldom
fade. It washes away.
Toll the truth at nil timo, is good
advice. Hut tell it to the right per
son is wisdom.
W. 0. RIGNEY
W. B. DICKERSON
W. 0. RIGNEV & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Rrsidftx- Hirtie aft
jstnictc.l "by setting post. in the
,ground to support a roof of boards
FOR SHEEP RETURNS LARGE j' f,v,"B thf K'"-
tucky Agricultural hxpenment Snt-
tion farm. The only objection found
; with the structure was the fact that
Plenty of the right kind of hade the roof let water through in rainy
for sheep return big dividends, ( weather amf the resting place of the
farmers nnd sheep raiser wiy. Only 'sheep became muddy. This fault
one or two shade tree. in a pasture can be remedied at a somewhat in
ure worse thnn none at all since a crened cost by covering the boards
place .to which the theep come day j with roofing paper. The usefulness
after day soon becomes a hotbsl for of such a .shed is increased by plnc
parasite. they add. The construe-j ing at on runner or wheels so that
tion of small shades which can be it can be moved from place to place.
moved from place to place is solving'
the difficulty for many Kentucky, Let not your right hand know
farmers. I what your left hand doeth. It
A cheap permanent shade con-j might feel ashamed.
tJood road are only possible un
der good officials. Watch your vote
u. well as your step.
Ilrra Is a wnn-lrrful nni- In all ri
perunt motbrr. Wlirn I tie 1,1111,. (In, ar
rlira, you ran bar lint moment niur fre
rrom unrrmir mm juu-
till twfnai'S liuiiiliir.1.
An riulnrut Kbi.lrUn.
rnrt In lata tclture.l
lit, hon tie way, III
ii be wbo flril uro'l
durr.l tit jr rrtt rriu.-lr.l
-atoiaer ririin.' nit.
(.. J. llarliuiu, Bcrau.
tup. I'- aaiti
-With ur first trol
rhltJren I btj a dortorl
and a nur,e ami Ih.nr
Ibrr bid to ii In.lrU'l
ineola. tut wllb ur laat I
In rblldrrn I uaadl
Mother' r'rlrnd aud bad calr
we bad Do time In rrt a doctor tw-rau.i
i wstni rrrr tick uy about leu ut
a.i.i win foe ufcuM (m inoiu.i Kv
"U4tU4 .k Ik H,r, nmltliui, lat
fti.tlMtl.ll. hlimiUw lika ,ry ,wrt.
kllwff wLt L, ... .hJ .11 .krt-l 'lUW. e.UM.i
ivait. nt-ii. aiu.u. u
Tii allow a child to become cwirnvnKant, no mut
ter how well-off the parents may be, is to seriously
interfere with the development of its character.
Kxtravairuiice breeds idleness and a lack of ap
preciation of values. A pampered ami over-indulK-etl
child can never really experience those joys nnd
pleasures that are the birthrijiht of childhood.
4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE
The Garrard Bank & Trust Go
We sell trnvclera Cheques, which are" good in
the United States and all foreign countries.
McROBERTS DRUG STORi