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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 7, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922120701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 7, 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 YIA LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 7. 1922. XUMIKR 31. GOOD PROGRAM Mid-Wint- Meet Promised for injr o( Kentucky l'resa George A. Drown Appointee! Robinson Brothers, Eatcs, Crutch-fieland Captain Cox Mannjjor of Local House Association tioned by Sport Writers and Coaches in State to Succeed John M. Farm llayley In Loulsvllls fMalcomb er POOL HOUSES LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL FOOT BALL LANCASTER FARMERS' BUREAU OPEN PEC. 11th. ELEVEN HIONORED SEVERS Now Ftinct.oninjr and Gone Men- Athletic Relations With Stan ford High School The Lancaster High School Athletic Association, feeling that tuch a move it for the best interest of ath letics in this community hat formal ly severed all athletic relations with the Stanford High School Athletic Association on and after this date nnd so long na tho present adminis tration continues in the Stanford City Schools. (Signed) Paul' B. Boyd, Supt. Lancaster Graded and High School Into Active Work New Secretary Arrives . . a. JVCniUCKV Times) Secretary J. C Atcock ITCH . Clots a Successful Season D, A. Thomas Bookkeeper (By Billy Miller) of t. the tm That the Lancaster High School year the green and white lose a valu bulletin calling nttentlon to sued foot ball trnm had n successful sea- able man and one hard to fill hit various matter pertaining to the K, son as well as having quite a few place. 1'. A. and maklni; announcement of nior. Crutchficld, Hubert, weight stars on their "Victory" squad was part of the programme for the mid clearly shown to the State In Sun"Crutchlc" that meant ever winter meeting, to which every newt-Herald, Louisville reliable nnd faithful, although badly day's Louisville piper man in the State It invited Evening Post, Lexington Herald nnd bruised up In the Madison County HI The bulletin taya: meetthe Lexington Leader, when many game, never n time did he complain The next annual ing of the Kentucky Press Ao- cnachrt throughout the State and and was always eager to get In the Sport writers of the above mention- battles. He wat p'eked by many at Lan clatlon will be held in The Serlbach ed papers were highly complimentary the all State tackle. Jlutcl nt Louisville, Ky., on January Hi Robinson, Geo. D., Jr., weight 1G0 to Captain Hamilton Cox's squad. 12 and 13, 1023, it was decided at a Heretofore the members of the -- Sophomore. "Bed" wat a perfect recent meeting of the Executive Shows local Hi team thought they had to terror to the opposing team as he Messrs. G. li. Sneff, L. S. be Seniors before they would go out would play the game from start to One of the most pleasing reading Fitihugh, Malcolm llayley, it. for the team, however, they are fast finish and was In all the plays, matters was found In the Cynthiana Kcn Johnson and your secretary getting away from that absurd Idea "ned" too wat picked at an all State Democrat of Its last week's issue, met a few daya ago and adopted a and by next year they should have man by Coach Happy Chandler, of when the Coach and members of the tentative programme, which prumUe one of the best, If not the best team Versailles. Cynthlan s High School foot ball team to be a very Interesting one. Lawson George W., weight ISO to be found in Kentucky. personally thanked the Lancaster While there will bo a few Supt. P. B Poyd since coming to Junior. "Crook" Is one of the best eleven and the High School Athletic "outside" talkj, the meeting will He rushes the Association for their hospitality and Lancaster three years ago hat put ends to be found. be devoted mottly to ubjecti bearing Lancaster on the map not only from passer and the kicker and hit great friendship extended to them while directly upon the newspaper business, Athletics standpoint but Is turning hobby is to take passes from the air they were in our city from Thursday and, a ii always the ease when we Some Local meet at Louisville, the entertainment The Lexington Historical Society out students as well. In that time which he can do with much ease. until Friday night. A committee was appointed by the In addition to a is making a drive for funds to place Lancaster Hi hat played thirty garnet He wat a valuable man to the local will be luncheon by The Courier-Journa bust or tablet in the Lexington losing only five of that number, squail this year and will make an alt local school to wait on the honored guests and give them every attention. and Louisville Times, the editor nnd Library In honor of John Bradford, which it a record in itself nnd one Kentucky man next year. Kates, Dpnald, weight ISO Jun will publisher of the The only thing thnt we have re their wives and "sweethearts" "Kentucke Gazette,' to be proud of. to really the Lancasbe given tickets to the best theaters the first newspaper issued west of ter people hardly know what defeat ior. "Don" had the honor of being grets of, is that the Cynthiana lads means, taking into consideration the picked by McCann of the Lexington won the contest which they did in in Louisville. the Allegheny Mountains. The first buslnet session will be It is locally interesting that this strong recognized High Schools that Herald on his all State Squad and it clean cut mnnner and we congratu deserving of the honor, it good on late them on their victory. We are Hi have played. held Friday, January 12, at 2 1'. M. pioneer printer-Journaliwas closely Lancaster snagging passes and Is fast, often good sports to wc mutt take the de Hov. David M. Sweets, editor of related to the forebears of a Lancas The McRoUrts Wllmolt downing the safety man on kickoffs. feat with our victories and wish for the Christian Observer, Louisville, ter cltizon, the late Henry Clay Jen One could not mention the success He was in all the plays. the fighting "Cinthy" lads success will offer the Invocation, and lion. nlngs, In whose family the early 1h-ful season that the local squad has Anderson, William, weight 140 all next year except the game with W. Sherman Hall, United States Dis- ingtonlan was held In such esteem so Justly earned without paying trict Attorney for the Western Dis- that in every generation since his day tribute to the ones that made it pos- Junior. "Battling Bill" because he Lancaster High. played the game hard and fair and trict of Kentucky, will deliver the a sun Mas borne his name. Mr. John sible, men that worked hard and had of welcome. Kern Johnson of Bradford Jennings , of Tulsa, Okla, unceasing energy and at all times had made a name for himself. Small but the Lawrenceburg News will respond and Mr. Bradford Jennings Williams. the team at heart. We have refer louil, wat tho way that his opponents Ball CoL of the same city, but now a student ence to none other than Mr. J. M. Mc would refer to him after the game, to the address of welcome. Hubert J. Mcllryde, Jr., former asso- of Amherst Collegr, Amherst, Mass., Boberts and Mr. Wood "Tiny" Wil "Battling Hill" will be seen wearing Friday night at the Kcngarlan ciate editor of The Louisville Times ton and grandson, respectively of Mr. molt. These gentlemen have given a grven and white next year. Hotel about thirty admirers of the L. Henry, Hichard, weight 145 Jun II. S. and of the K. I A., will Jennings are the present bearers of their time and mono yto make this foot ball squad will give a ban lor. "Boots" is one of the hardest delivrr an address on the subject, the nanu'. qurt In their honor. The Invitation team a success and have worked hard tackles to be found and is fast with goes out to Capt. Cox and his green "What the Itoad llond Issue Will Do in order to bring the honor that they it, playing a wonder game at Spring for Editors." and white warriors and a dnndy good have won and deserved. Mr. Mcltob Son field and next year we predict that time Is looked forwent to this annual Paul l'laschke, the famous car erts arranged one of the best sched he will be a screamer. toonist, and, Charles Hamilton Mus-- j dinner. Mrs. A. F. Sanders of the ules that he could possibly do nnd Kill Spcake, Hamilton, weight 145 grove, noted writer, wil then give the Kengarlan will terve an excellent had many of tho highest ranking Stanford, Ky., Dec. 2 Allison Freshman. "Freshie" made a dandy meal to thlt "wonder eleven" editors an entertainment that will be and Conley, 37 years old, merchant, who elevens to play here, while "Tiny" showing this season nnd says that very instructive and enjoyable. the many guests. worked faithfully and hard to get and he Is happiett when he wears the The second business session will be moved here two years ago from Hum keep hit lads in shape for the sea Supt. P. B. Boyd hat called green and while. He will make tome railed to order on Saturday morning, tide, Ky., was killed accidentally mn, for a meeting of the squad to meet of the old timers tit up and take January 13th., at 9:30 o'clock and Thursday when the shotgun of Italph in the parlors of the Hotel at 5:30 The Team and Its Members notice In the coming Fall. among the questions to come up will Arnold, 13, was discharging as the P. M. for the purpose of electing a Cox, Hamilton. Captain, weight youth was disentangling a brair which Creech, Edgar, weight 160 JunI captain for next year. be the Hensy Watterson Memorial. The banquet 1 55 Junior. The team was built or. "Mule" had rather piny foot ball The load enterK. A. Jonas, of the Louisville Herald, scratched hit eye. will be served promptly at G P. M ed Conley't right title and tore thru this year around this lad nnd he play than drink chocolate sodas. He work is chairman of the committee that is the desire of the entertain body. Two other men were in ed a wonderful game all through the ed at the pivot position on several and it hat been working on this proposition the ing committee that all who have pur Capt. Cox was picked by occasions and will make an ideal for the past year, and will have the party and Arnold was going for season. chased tickets for this banquet tq be many coaches In the State for hit linesman next season. He made on hand promptly something of interest to report. Plans a bird which had been shot. at this hour. The tonley's widow and three small wonderful work, he is recognized at quite a showing when under fire, are being made by members of the decorating committee Is In charge of children survive. Gooch, Craig, weight 140 SophoArnold it a ton the Association to do something in honMiss Marie Cotton, class '24. Koblnton, Walker, weight 155 more. "Craig" the coming star of or of Kcniucky'a greatest editor and of the Hev. E. K. Arnold, Methodist pastor here. Senior. "Walk" at he wat familiar- - the U II. S., will In our prediction it it important that all thosu interNotice ly known wat one of the best open captain the squad In hit senior year, ested be on hand and hear what Mr, fit-Irunners that this' school has ever it good on kicking goalt and It a valu Chamber of Commerce Mealing Corn Jonas will have to say on the subject. turned out, wat picked by many ablo little player. He played this Tuesday Niiht There will also be several other speak peculiar Several and unusual coaches for the mythical all Stute year in the backfield. ert on Saturday morning and at noon freaks In ear corn have been brought nnd will be missed by the Owing to the fact that the High Lancaster High this year had four the editors will be guests of the Cour to litis office and nre attracting quite eleven green and white eleven, as ho gradu garnet cancelled with them, the Lex School foot ball banquet will be giv and Louisville Times at a little attention. The freakt are so ates In June. We will all hear about ington Senior Hi "Blue Devils," the en Friday night at tho Kcngarlan luncheon. out of the ordlnnry it It Impossible College dayt. Midway Hi, Lexington Model HI and Hotel and as to many members of In the afternoon D. M. llutton, of to describe them. They were sent In "Wnlk" in hit (nttlneau, Claud, weight, 15G Stanford team, making in all eleven the C. of C. with to attend this ban the Ilarrodsburg Herald, will discuss by C. C. Prcwltt, Cus Hrickey, A. H. Junior. "Claude Belle" wnt the games that the green and white war quet, the C. of C. will postpone their "Tho Circulation Problems of n Coun Burchell and J. T. Manuel and can hardest hitting full back to be found riors played, winning all except one, meeting until TUESDAY NIGHT at try Paper," and other subjects to be be teen in our window. in Central Kentucky, whenever a few Note We believe in "giving the the usual hour. dlscuel are "Newspaper Make-Up- " yards was needed nil that one had devil his dues" and desire to state It. L. Elkln, Pres. C. of C and "Plant Equipment," nnd oeveral to do was to call and let him have right here that no one person Is en others . pigskin Nice It may be added that the theater The Woman's Missionary Society the down and he easily made the titled to more credit for the success or marker which ever the of the Lancaster High School foot of tho Christian church will conduct first party for tho editors and their wives John M. Fnrra, who for the past case may be. He was. known for ball team, than "Hilly" Miller the will be given Friday night, so all arc a Holiday Baxaar in tho directors two months hat been assisting in the room of the Citizens National Bank, hitting the line and running for author of the above article, whose organization urged to be on hand for the opening .at Hopkinsville, for the touchdowns on many occasions. work and coaching has been such a session, l'laschke and Musgrove Friday and Snt'jrday, December ICth Dark Tobacco Growers' Cooperative (mstineau, Virgil, weight 140 pleasure to him and of untold value promise a surprise In the way of en and ICth. Articles from ten cents up Sophomore. Association, has accepted tho place 'Little Virg" as he was to athletics In this community. Edi as assistant to Col. It. E. Cooper, ditcrtainment on the opening after- will be offered for tale, betides cakes called had the speed of n second "Bo" tor. and candies lit profusion. rector of warehouses, and nssumcd noon. and to see him tkirt the endt for his duties there on December 1st. Another unusual ting to be done Good block coal yard price, $8.00 long gains wnt worth going miles to L. H. S. Foot Ball Rec Mr. Farm was local manager of the will be the choosing of tho next meet per ton. Hudson & Farnnu. see. "Virg" wnt to fust that his , Ing place by vote of tho members, in hero hardest work was to keep behind hit 1922 Season warehousenamed during the past year as manager for the und was stead of its being chosen by tho Exelntirfi-r,niH- . is Disease? - II. S. 42 Junction City Hi 0 present year, but resigned last week cutive Committee This will be done ! Fleece, weieht. 1GB lun L. Ilratton. Those who have a back-uchH. S. 78 head Nlcholatvltle Hi 0 to take up hit new duties, which arc as the last thing on the Saturday lor. "Andy" without a doubt the L. II. S. 28 Versailles III 7 far more lucrative. afternoon programme and those who uche, goitre, "heart trouble," "stom best Center to bo found not only in - H. S. 23 DanvlIIo Hi 1 want to "have a say" on the subject nch trouble," indigestion, const I pn Central Kentucky but the State as L. H. S. 23 or Invite tho association to their city tlon, rheumatism or any onu of the well, especially ..Clark County Hi 12 C. E. Houk. when it comes to L. II. S. 25 Since we have a secretary for our Madison County Hi 0 for the summer session will then have hundred nnd one ills of the body will playing offensive ball, has a A laughable and instructive drama, record L. II. S. 10. .Transylvania Fresh 0 nnswer by saying that his particular an opportunity to do to. entitled, "Between two LIvet" will be Farm Bureau and you have read that Is to bo proud of, ns he played L. II. S. 27 During the business meeting Satur- trouble it "disease." Ilarrodsburg 0 staged at tho school auditorium, Sat- what he has to say, I want to appeal rings around his opponents nnd hat L. H. S. 20 "Diseaso is any departure from the Covington Hi 0 urday night,. December ICth, under to you at Farmers to get behind him day afternoon there will be a special made only one bad pass In nil the L. II. S. 0 Snrlmrileld 3 tho auspices of tho Garrard County and help push. Thcro Is no reason entertainment for tho ladies, the na- normal in tho human body." ho has played center. Diseaso Is caused by u structural time that II. S. 3 Cynthiana 20 Farm Ilureuu. Tho company, who on earth why wo shouldn't make Garture of which will bo announced later. Knvanaugh, llenjamlne, weight 180 L. H. derangement in tho spinal column. S. Points .304 represents the best talent at Bcrea rard 100 per cent Farm Bureau. It' Junior. "Big Ben" wa a perfect OptHinont'a Pointt To look for diseaso tho Chiroprac 65 College, comes highly recommended tho kind of organization wo l4vo been to his opponent, was a Jolly terror needing for years and now since we tor makes an analysis of tho spinal good kid and should prove a drawing card that and always made huge holes Everything In fancy work and column. havo it LET'S GO FORWARD. will tax the building to Its capacity. for his backfield men and had a Tho vertebra that is out of line, Again I wish to invito you to come other articles suitable for Christmas, Ba- pressing on the nerve. It tho cause. death grip. They always knew they It is well worth ones ride to Stan The proceeds of the entertainment to our community meetings and hear will be ottered at the Christmas goes toward a fund that will be award zaar, by tho Ladles Aid Society of The Chiropractor adjusts the cause. had been In n game when "Bed" got ford and tee tho beautiful Holiday ed In prizes for tho "Community what we havo to say and get an Idea, through with them. gift articles, being displayed at tho Baptist church at J. E. Dicker-o- n the II. E. Wade, D. C, Chiropractor. of what wo aro doing "Tho Lord Cox, Henry C, weight 105 Sen-io- r. homo of Miss Charlotto Warren, all of Achievement Contest" to bo decided Office hours 0 to 11 A. M. and helps those who help themselves, so and Son's store, Saturday, De"Henri" although playing hit them tho handiwork of this gifted and during tho coming year. 2 to 6 I. M. cember 0th. oln the rarnt Bureau and help your Evenings, Sunday and Holidays by first and last year played a wonder-ful- l talented artist. Her friends In Lan. self." game tnd was In every ply( hav- caster aro cordially Invited to m Chow, appointments. Purls CWow Ckow, Pig A. T. SANDERS, (It) ing played against many men this them. I have on sale at my home, tone-fancDairy F.eJ, Hoes ad Mule Fmi, Pres. Farm Bureau, Lisas, Saatl, Cnnt, Rock, Cots. year who were picked as all State Christmas articles which I Crouatl Barley. Taakai. BaUarsl't men, but that did not worry "Henri" 41 par cent Proteis. Cottott Seed would be pleated to show my friends. Good block coal yard price, f 8.W Pur Wkeit Bran, Kentucky Farsa most atul Prtttssd Brick. 1 pd.) Hudson A Faraau. In any manner. In losing him this Meat for tals. Hudsoa a Faraau. (1 Mrs. Leila Landram per ton. FeejL Hutltss, Hudson & Farnau. Farms. ISO-Jumid-wint- Com-nilttt-- c. I- EI-ki- n, The receiving plant of the Hurley Atso. Tobacco Growers' elation will be opened to receive the December 1022 crop on Monday, 11th. Dates are being given those who apply this wrck, to as not to block the delivery or detain nnyone over night-- The same plan it being used this year at was used Ixyst year. George A. Brown has been appointed Warehouse Manager of the As sociation's plant In Lancaster, sue ceedlng John M. Karrn, who resigned n few ilayt ago and Is now the as sistant to the directors of Warehouses at Hopkinsville. Mr. D. A. Thomas has been named as bookkeeper, the same position he held last year. There will be only one house oper ated in Lancaster this year, The Car- rani House located on Campbell street. The house on Stanford street will not be opened this season. That's The Spirit caster Always Interest first-clas- s. al st ad-dr- Banquet for Foot Team of Preacher Fellow Hunter triple-threat-ma- Freaks Holiday Gifts Cheap Job for Farra What ord for I- o, I- Amusing Drama. The Garrard County Farm Bureau it now a reality and much good It expected to be done for tho benefit of the farmers throughout the county during the present and coming year. Plans for next year's work Is being rapidly worked out and chief among the features of the coming year will bo the "Community Achievement Contest" to be cooperated In by the schools of tho county and the county Home Demonstration Agent. Mr. C E. Houk, the newly elected secretary, hat moved Into Lancaster together with Mrs. Houk nnd two children and have located on Danville street. Mr. Houk took up his official duties on December' 1st., nnd It very enthusiastic over the work he proposes to do for the farmers of tho county, who arc members of the organization. There are now 140 members and the goal for 1,000 members has been set for the coming year. Mr. Houk comes highly recommended and well prepared for the work ho has undertaken here, coming direct from Berea where he got his foundation work at the Normal and Agricultural department of that college. For one year he wat the assistant superintendent of the foundation department, after-warassuming the tuperintendency to the college farm of 600 acres, later teaching four years in the Agricultural school. Mr. Houk hails originally from North Carolina, the "Land of the Sky" and seems very proud of hit native state. Ho makes his initial bow to the farmers of Garrard county In the following card: Dear farmer friends, You have been laboring for months trying to organize a Farm Bureau in this county and today you are to be congratulated on having tuch an organization with 140 members and others coming In every day and if the present rate of signing keeps up will have a thousand before spring. As Secretary of your Farm Bureau I wish to say HELLO not only to the members but to every farmer in the county, as I am here to serve you In every way possible. We are going to give every farmer a chance to Join the organization because we feel it it the thing for him to do. This organization, as most of you al ready know, deals with the farmers problems tuch as the marketing of his products, better agricultural legislature, taxation, cooperative buying along the lines of coal, feeds, seed, etc., and Community Improvement from the standpoint of soil building, crop rotation, better live stock, poul try and in fact everything that goes to improve farm life. Again we can tee no reaton why ever;' boy nnd girl in the county ahouldn't Join the Junior Agricultural Club. I may say here that the Farm Bureau it plan ning to with the County Superintendent of schools and Home Demonstration Agent and put on a "Continuity Achievement Contest" for the entire county. If this it done the program will be published toon. When you hear of a Farmers' meet ing to be held In your community be there and come and hear what we havo to toy this week wo have meetingt nt Buena Vltta, Wednesday night, Bryanttvillu Thursday night nnd old Paint Lick Saturday night. I would also liku to say, that If you hear any one knocking the Farm Bureau almply explain to him that we are no one's enemy, but wo ttand for friendship because wo want to "Live nnd Let Live." So wc can all move forward together. Itemember where thcro is unity there Is strength, where rhoro It strength, there It power, whero there it power used tomethlng mutt move: to Join with u tand move Garrard county ono notch higher. Your friend and Secretary, dt Christmas Bazaar ... Holiday Gifts Christmas Articles Th Central Record. Lancattai, Ky.(Thuraday, Dec 7 1922 ATLANTA MILLIONAIRES Buy Boat to be Used by Pre- I paratory Students Year In Final is not for off and our complete display of XMAS HOLIDAY GOODS IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION McRobsrts Tankage Gone 2 days; Hens Lay 320 Eggs Less Animal protein, fed to hens cither in the form of tankage, sour d Drug Store. skim-mil- k buttermilk, is a or scml-sollbig item in kcepng the wntcr egg basket full, nccordny to results obtained during tho year just past by S. J. Howard, a Henderson county farmer living near Corydon. Mr. Howard, along with 4C farmers scat- e, has just com tcred over pleted th crccords which he kept on ms larm ijock xor me year in cu-- i operation with the extension division' Do your Christmss shopping before of the College of Agriculture to show'; Christmas. the value of recommended practices in feeding and taking care of hens. NO FARTHER Being without tankage two days last January caused his flock of 107 White Leghorns to lay 320 eggs less that Th Evldenc la at Your Door. month than they laid the previous Lancaster proof Is what you waat month, according to one of his re- ad the statement of this highly reports. His flock was the third high- spected resident will banish all est producing one out of the 47 for doubt: the year ending Nov. 1, each of his J. T. Holley, .farmer, Il.F.D.No.J hens laid an average of 1C4 eggs Lancaster, snys: "A short Umo ago I had occasion to use Doan'a Kidney during the 12 months. eu ra nnQ lnr " s" Mr. Howard, who started his rcc- a; ords with 107 hen, .in hi, flock andj .S-rSended the year with 71 hens, kept n,for Mrml moatha am, eTerythtBS , mash made of bran, shorts, hominy umjertook to do nbout lno p!aC() wa8 hearts and tankage before his birds R to me jjy kidneys JMnt act at all times. They also were given a freely enough, r.nd thorn was soma the secretions pass-te- r grain feed of com and wheat. Af-- J smarting wli-the records had been :unning for fd. I saw Dosn'a KIdnoy Tills adver-scvermonths, he added oats to this, Used, so I wont to tho New Stanford ., -..,.., .,i,. Drug Co. and got thrco boxos. I used i ill VllV tl'lUVWIIWHlB I them until my troubles left mo en KIHIIl ICCUi month during the year, he uicd a tirely." the-stat- left out of this feed for only two days one month, the egg production of the flock dropped 320 eggs before the hens could be brought back into laying after the tankage, again was added. Like many other successful farm poultrymcn, Mr. Howard hatches his chicks in an incubator and broods them under a colony brooder, thereby keeping his hens for egg laying only. His work in cooperation with the college has made it possible for him to give his neighbors many other practical pointers in the fcedng and care of hens so that they wll lay more cgg 60 ' Atlanta, Ga. Join school and sec the world! Readln't writln and 'rithmelic are to be taught to the chug of engines and the lapping waves when tho new school project of this city gets under way. Six Atlanta men got the idea that education should include a knowledge of distant peoples and places. So they joined to purchase a boat in which n group of boys could do their final year of college preparatory" work and at tho same time see the world. William A. Sutton, superintendent of Atlanta's public schools, wna author of the idea. He placed It before Asa O. Candler, Jr., son of the Cocoa Cola king: Harry P. Hermance, Lindner Hopkins, Cator Woolford and Harold HIrscb, all millionaires. They. "were enthusiastic. "I'll buy the boat," said Candler, j and therewith produced his check for; $180,000. Purchai Boat With this, the former army trans-- 1 port Thomas was purchased, and as' soon as received, will be outfitted! with libraries, laboratories, dormitor- -' let, athletic courts and all other ad- -' juncts to n standard school. A large central Institution will be established on land and used as head-- , quartern," says Sutton. A preliminary tour of America on n special train, lasting six to eight weeks, will precede the ocean voyage. The water tour will last nine months and will encompass the world. Lessons will be designed to fit the places visited and the schedule of the vessel. "It is our belief that this school will exert a profound influence over future International thought and understanding. It is certain to promote international peace. "Let the best boys in America scCj the people of other nations and learn to understand them, and future Inter- -' national relations, so far as America is concerned, will bo easy." Sutton will be executive head of the institution and will command the school ship. Tuition fee will be $1,- -. 000 to $1,200 annually and will cover all expenses. In n few years, the organizers plan to make the institution al. ! Fine Stylish OVERCOAT Gaberdines, Whip-Cord- s, Heavy Coats - FOR MEN, BOYS AND THE KIDS Wo have fine assort- ment of OVERCOATS for your selection made in the best styles to be is had this season. Boys' Coats $10. to $25. Men's Coats $15. to $35. Kids Coats $6.50 to $10. !bbbe3i HissssssssssB I t "SsssIssssssk Let us show you now while we have the Coat you want in the size you wear. Copyright 1922 Hut Schilfaci & Mart House of Quality. Jas. W. About a Smith Lancaster, Ky. OLD FOLKS NEED NOT BE FEEBLE th c-- d.Iuted solution should test be- - pj-r- r rounds crn or sorghum silage CoW Now Making a day an i five or six pound of clov tween four and five degrees Haume by the hydrometer test. The stanalfalfa, ybean or cowpea hay. 25 Cents Day er, the farmers who is selling the cream F you arc "getting along in years If dard commercial liquid test 30 de1 you con l ncca to sit in a cr.imney grees Haume. Thousands of Kentucky farmers; from a few cows sets out to feed his aimer and dream of the daw when you were full of life and vitality. Ilrlght, sunny days when there is who are keeping a few cows from ammaU like the commercial dairyKeep your blood rich and pure and little wind blowing are the best on I which to sell cream arc facing the man does the extra grain feed that your system built up with (lucle's down on rich he wouldhave to give in addition to which to spray since it Is important necessity of cutting and you will fee! to cover every part of the tree with protein feeds and using only thow? this roughage every day would take stronger, younger and livelier than you the spray and have it dry before rain that arc grown on the farm in order 15 cents out of the 25 which he get liave for years. Get t today and watch the result. comes. Standard commercially pre- to get a fair return from their ani- from each cow. Your druggist lias Gudc's liquid or pared sralecldes sometimss give as mals during the coming months, "The best the farmer can do under tablets, as you prefer. good results in controlling the scaje dairymen at the College of Agricul- present conditions Is to supplement as the lime sulphur. Where the scale ture say. At present prices being his roughage of silage and hay with ha become very bad, it may be ad- paid for butterfat, thy average farm grain raised on the farm, such as 135) luu" "l i.,c SOc at all dealers. Don't visable to use miscible oils in control- cow is returning a total of about 25 broken ear corn, shelled corn, corn pounds of shorts, 157.5 pounds f ; tlmply ask for a kidney remedy got Pepto-Manga- n I ling it. cents a day. With such feeds as cot-- and cob meal, If this can be crushed, hominy hearts and 07.5 pounds of lean's Kidney rills tho sarao that Itonieed meal and linseed oil meat or crushrd barley. The use of a In making up his mash. The Mr. Holley had. tankage Co., Tonitmnd Blood Enrichcr pounds selling around $3 a Schedule and mill feeds andhundred ranging protein feed, such as cottonu-e- meal New same month he fed a total of seven Ufrs., Buffalo, N. Y. or linseed oil meal, it necessary and bran bushels of corn and 225 pounds of 'around $40 a ton, the farmer cannot j profitable with the man who keep . whent. Although the tankage was McROBERTS DRUG STORE to , . ... ,..1 .Ll ecul .t mem anaIInave anyining icu ioja uniry iypo oi- cow ana has a mar-pa- y Escape San Jo(e Scale Damage! him for the work he spends on ket for whole milk. However, thin vear the inerraaw In h mat nf nil hl rows, the ilnlrvmen sav. tian Join scale, one of the bad fruit "It takes about 20 pounds of milk grain feeds for the dairy cow Is iro- tree pests, Is just as serious, if not other western cities and Jacksonville' worse ,in Kentucky apple orchards at was Inaugurated by the Southern to make a pound of butterfat. At ing to make It necessary- - for even the the present time as it has ever been, Knilway System on Sunday, Novem- this rate, the average farm cow in commercial dairyman to use as many Kentucky does not yield more than home grown feeds as possible." according to A. J. Olney, a member ber 2Cth. The "Iloyal Palm," handling sleep- half a pound of fat a day. Present of the horticultural department of the Nobody seems to be worrying about Few of the ing cars between Chicago, Indiana indications arc that this fat will not College of Agriculture. thousands of apple orchards In the polls, Detroit, Crand Itapids, Toledo, bring more than 60 cents a pound this the frigid blasts of the coming winf statu are free of the insect. The Cleveland, and Jacksonville, was plac- season, thus making the daily return ter. They arc not here yet scale attacks the trunks, limbs, twigs ed on a new schedule under which from the average farm cow ubout 25 The prcsdent Is in favor of the and fruit and often cuts tho yield of it reaches Jacksonville at 7:55 A. M., cets a day. "Kvery cow, regardless of whether restoration of light wines and 'beer. apples heavily before farmers notice earlier than last year, and leaves at It Spraying with lime sulphur at 0:05 P. M., an hour later than last she is of the dairy type or tho average and then again he Isn't depending; this time of the year when the leaves year but arriving at Cincinnati at on on tne larm, neeas nbout au or upon which side is doing tho talking. are off of the trees is the best way 9:15 P. M. n heretofore. The "Hoy. al Palm" carries an observation car to control the pest The scale goes through tho winter between Chicago and Jacksonville ns a partly grown Insect that matures and has through coaches and baggage "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" in the spring. The number of In- car, with dining car serving all meals. THIS IS TO NEW RESIDENTS AND THOSE At the same time, the "Ohio sects increases rapidly throughout tho WHO HAVE NOT FAVORED US WITH A TRIAL If the tree has becorAe Special" was placed Jn service for the summer. ORDER. crusted with the scale, it is necessary winter months, handling sleeping cart! to spray once at this time of tho year between Chicago and St. Petersburg Is the watch word on Other good people in this community hnve found via Jacksonville and between Cincln-- 1 and again In early spring. Light it to their financial advantage to become steady cusDeparture of the scale may be controlled natl and Jacksonville. tomers of ours, because as a treneral store we sell with one spray put on at this season. from Cincinnati remains at 8:15 A. DIXIE STOCK practically everything, and our enormous volume of However, it Is almost impossible to M., but the running time has been business enables us to cut the price clear down to the scale entirely with the shortened to give arrival in Jackson get rid of the lim(t. Pure Breeds are cheaper today then they result that spraying every year fs ville ut 11:15 A. M. Northbound it will leave Jacksonville at 8:10 P. Wise buyers are always willing to try a good necessary. will ever be in the future, why not buy your thing at least once. When may we expect you? Several years ago the lime sulphur M. and arrive at Cincinnati at 8:55 foundation for your future success. solution often was prepared right on P. M. This train handles through Your Produce is same as cash. the home cooked wash coaches and baggage car between Cinthe farm but When better Polands are bred we will now has been generally replaced with cinnati and Jacksonville, with dining breed them on THE DIXIE. commercial forms. No material has; car serving all meals. On December 20th., a sleeping car proved better than the liquid time sulphur for controlling the scale. In between Chattanooga and Jacksonmaking the commercial liquid lime ville will be added to the "Ohio SANDERS BROS. J. M. AMON, PROP, sulphur weak enough to use in spray- Special" and on December 30th. a BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ing apple trees for the scale, one part sleeping ear between Chicago and LANCASTER, KY. of it should bo added to eight parts Miami will be arnica io me "itoyai of water. When made to this strength Palm." i kpto-Mangan, n al Gude's Foster-Mllbur- n Few Apple Trees Winter For Trains d Florida ' i j , ARE YOU A COS-- I I I TOMER OF PUBS? IF NOT, WE BOTH LOSE. ii PURE BRED" FARMS ks Becker & Ballard i Dixie Stock Farms. - Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky... Thursday, Dec 7, 1922 Mr. and Mrs. Eekles hare returned to their heme at Decatur, Ala., after a visit to .Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker. Karl Gooi'.man left Monday for Ulchmtn.' v Iters be has a good position 'n the fnx Commlitloncr's of- I Thoie Invited were, Messrs. Woods and It. J. Walker, D. 8. Ecklet, of Decatur, Ala., II. W. Ettrldge, R. 0. Woods, D, A. Hervey, J. H. Kaltton Dr. II. J. Patrick and Dr. F. II. Smith. flee. J Claries Frank, little ton of Mr. ,nnd Mrs, Mallard Scbattttn, hat been II of diphtheria but Is reported a t. 4 Hcely. M.s-Kmmn Evelyn and Martha Kitrll While, af Rtoamsnd. were Sat-- ( .ir ay n rht nnd Sunday guests of (Mi Ituih llurnojt. Mr and Mrs. C. II. Ledford arc re-- c . congratulations over the ar-- r. of a baby girt, who has been chrjicni'd Jennie Slavln. Mr and Mrs. John Cotton nnd family, who moved to Indiann n few lioumhell "Uncle" Andy Hounthcll died of hrnrt trouble Friday night, Dec, 1st. He had been under the care of a doctor for sometime. About two weeks ago his condition became worse and he suffered great pnln until the end. His wife died a year or so ago. Mr. Hounshcll moved to this county nbout IS years ago from Wise Co., Va. He was art industrious law nblding citlxen and leaves four tons and three daugh ters and many friends to mourn his loss. The funeral was preached nt I.cnrcll (irecn by Jtcv. C. A. VanWIn. kle and the remains were laid to rest in Cartersville cemetery. iiERsiflHUS'jBBHil on Erskine Childers Put to Death Ertkine Childers right hand man to Enmonn DeVnlcra, who was executed by the Irish Free State for carrying firearms on his person recently. Childers at will bo seen by the photograph was DeValera'a right hand man, physically as well as literally. A soft word hard punch. Bolt of Lightning Strikes Oil Tank Denic clouds of black smoke and an enormous heat at night teen for mile around- - the wont kind of n fire thu photo shown an oil tank in flame at llowlin," Green, Ohio, which wan itruck by lightning. DOINGS AT' PAINT LICK Interesting News of Knst End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents Jewell Wallace spent Thanksgiving) at home. home. Miss Jennie Parks, of Itichmond, Farmers around hero were glad to is the guest of Misses Lucy and Margaret FrancU. tee the rain this week. KuUi Hots Word has been received of the rereturned to St. Mis cent marriage of Mis Ilcrtha Cobon Catherine Academy Monday, Mr. L. H. Davis has returned from at Parker, Ind. n business trip to Livingston. Dr. Patrick, who has been confinMiss Hadle Italtten spent the week- ed to his room for several days i.s able to be out again. end with friends at Georgetown. Miss Grace Gentry, of Huntington, Our school butMing is underlain W. Va., was the guest of Mrs. J. I a new coat of paint on the insde. Shepherd Wednciday. Mesdames It. (J. Woods and II. 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Patrick has returnFranois were In Richmond Tuesday. ed from n risit of several month to The many friends of Mr. Lean are clad to know he is Improv- relatives at Paintsvflle. "Granny" Metcalf is still bedfast ing. Prultt, who U attending and does not seem to rally from shock Gocbel ca College spent the week-enat of a fall received sometime ago. at Led-for- d H-r- d Mr Willie Calliro is very ill at his Mist Lucille Davit has returned to home on Droaddus llrnnch. The doe-to- r says he can only last a few days. Junction City after a fw days visit home. months ago became dissatisfied and have moved back to Kentucky. .Mrs Mona Ch.utlne, of Little York, Ind., and Mrs. Jennie Stowc, of Camden, Ohio, arc here for a visit to thel rparcnts, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Lean Ledford. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ilolan, Miss Ora Praythvr nnd Mr. Earl Holman, of Poor Ridge, were dinner guests uSn-da- y of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall and family. Mrs. Tho. Logsdon went to Draw-fiel- d Saturday. Mr. Logidon motored there Sunday nnd spent the day with rjis parents, bringing Mrs. Logs-do- n back with him. Mr. Sam Purcell, who wa.i blinded by cataract went to Ilcrca and submitted to an operation in one eye by Dr. Cawley. He can now sec dearly and is happy over the results. Mr. W. D. Thompson was buried at old Paint Lick cemetery Sunday. Mr. Thompson was a resident of Paint Lick for several years but had been living at Richmond for some time. Among thoie who ntetnded the foot ball game at Centre Thanksgiving were Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L. Francis, Misses Ilculah and Iva Ledford and Messrs. Earl Goodman, Olln Patrick, U. M. Ilurgeis and Harnett Koop. Sirs. Woods Walker entertained In honor of Mrs. I). S. Ecklet, of Deca-to- r, Ala. Those who were fortunate enough to attend Mrs. Walker's party were, Mrs. I). S. Ecklet, Mesdames 11. L. Francis, R. W. Estridge, R. G. 'Wood', and It. J. Walker. Mrs. E. - Woods entertained for Mr. Woods Wednesday evening, I- When Mnjor General George Jr., retired from the army recently n great reception, banquet and linlt was tendered him and Mrs. Hell by the army officer of the Sixth Corps Area and the citizens of Chicago. That, however, was but an incident in the notable career fff this grim fighter. The outstanding feature is the fact that his former officers of the 33rd. Division from all over Illinois ilocked into Chicago to attend the affair and testify to the love and esteem they still feel for their old commander of war days, who led them through the furnace of hell on the fighting front in France. We are not a hero worshipping people, but there arc some things red blooded Americans never forget. Hell, seldom provokes a ex- Fingers that point with prIiMjji-gcncrall- y neatly manIeared.5QpKp When love goes out the doerffw-- . ithness generally goes with It? The man who depends upon cuses stamps himself as one. Don't be too free with your advice. The great trouble with a straw vote is that it Is only a straw vote If it is of any value it is too good to give away. after it has been taken. Absolutely honest business men do It is always safe to tell a woman not have to advertise their honesty. how old she looks, provided you make Their scarcity does that. her look young. of your neighbor's The Lord has blessed you with the They may be only the re amount of brains your destiny reflection of your own obstinacy In re quires, but you can't expect him to fusing to recognize his virtues. keep brushing the cobwebs out. Why speak faults? 'Between Two Lives' The Great Farm and Home Play THE DRAMA The passing of the old and the coming of the new in country life The winter season is at hand and our young people will be planning many social affairs for recreation and pleasure. Let them go to it. There are too many vital activities ahead in their adult life to risk stunting their intellects by undue repression while in their formative stages. Activity breeds energy. Energy stimulates the intellect. A well developed and balanced intellect is necessary to success in our modern life. Again we say, let them go to it. THERMI Incorporated Quality Foods at Economy Prices Branch Store No 77. Lancaster, Keutucky When you were a child in school your parents were keeping a watchful eye over your progress from day to day. But parents had more time those days than they have now. Or at least they took the time necessary to sec that their children were given proper support and encouragement. True, we are now living in a swifter age, nnd must move rapidly or drop behind in the mad scramble for conquest. With some this may servo as an excuse for leaving everything to the teacher who is paid to cultivate the brains of our offspring. In reality, though, it should prompt us to exercise even greater personal supervision over the education and training of our children, in order that they "may not be outdistanced in u faster pace yet to be set. ror tho one who lags behind gets only what is left by those who sweep on in the race of life. in LESS THAN UNTIL THREE WEEKS CHRISTMAS WHY NOT LET OUR BIG CANNED FOODS DRIVE SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEMS? Nothing could prove more useful and practical than a case of delicious Canned Food and certainly nothing you could buy would represent so much actual value. GIVE HER A CASE OF CANNED FOOD FOR XMAS! VAN CAMP'S FAMOUS PORK AND BEANS Dozcn q nig O Cans $1.00 . 40c; doz. Heinz Deans, 3 Medium Cans $1.58 Otc Saturday Night, Deo. 16 7:30 o'clock SCOTT COUNTY o O TOMATOES 3 Medium Size Cans Medium Size Cans No. 3 Cans QQ JOC . 28cts.; Dozen Dozen $1.50 $1.10 Dozen CHOICE QUALITY EARLY JUNE PEAS 3 . School 3-B- IG Auditorium, Lancaster. Fancy Sifted Peas, Tiny Sifted Peas, Medium Size Cans $1.58 3 Cans 47c; doz. $1.85 3 Cans, 72c; doz. $2.85 tUCIS FRANKLIN BRAND SWEET SUGAR CORN ACTS-- 3 Staged We know of a good citizen who makes a practice of casting his eyes over his house and grounds front day to day. other article nave been dropped where Inst used he picks them up and places them where they belong. It is the samo with anything else thnt may have a tendency to litter up the place. The result? Ilia place is always neat, and clean, and orderly, and attractive to tho eyes of those who puss by. 3 Fancy Country Gentleman Corn, 3 Cans Fancy Maine Corn, 3 Cans 49cts.; doz. 07- -i 4 CIS Dozen $1.05 40c $1.90 If an axe or a spade or any LEARN and LAUGH LAUGH and LEARN Children 25cts.Adults35cts. We bet 25 and 35 cents you don't miss it DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING PEACHES Sliced or Halves O Big J Cans Dozen Cans, $.3.90 Del Monte Sliced Peaches, 3 Tall Cans 60cts. 98cts Dozen HIGH GRADE CORNED BEEF No. 1 No. 2 C'74., Cans. 3 CIS OJCtS $2.25 Dozen DEL MONTE FANCY TABLE 'APRICOTS A RARE OPPORTUNITY The Cast of Characters are Unequaled Cans Tall 3 No. 2a $2.50 Cans $1.00 urc There are other good citizens who do the same, but there might bo many more than there Many other Sensationul Bargains I Don't fail to cash in on this BIG MONEY SAVING DRIVE I .szMiM Th Central Record. Lancastei, Ky.,Thurtday, Dtc 7 1922 NMtNNtNNNMNMMNWMNM Wfcy Things Looked Different I MARKSBURY Rrr. L. N. Thompson, Is who has-bee- Br ELLA SAUNDXIIS NMMMtMMMMtMIMNIMMM Molly Brent went down the hill Into (ha village. Bird although It waa very hot sho went dancing all the war, ) wa to llgbtbearted. Whn she got to tho bottom of the hM aha waa surprtoed that everything looked Quite different Those eliaa. for Instance; how beautiful they' war, with their spreading branches ) and leafy shade. And the lirtte brook that gurgled underneath why bad aha never noticed those things le-f- DECEMBER SALE OF lies SUITS, We are now offer-ink- ' AND MISSES COATS. AND ner recently. Cevers were laid for eight gueita and a delightful menu -- $il.75, $15.75, $19.75, $23.75 was serve!. $28.00, $36.00, $44.00 and $47.50 MIm Dora Scott of Paint Lick, attended the candy isle Thursday eve$22.50, $28.00, $36.00 and $47.50 ning mil was the guest of Miss Alice Sutton until Mondsy. $18.00, $25.00, $29.50 to $98.00 15.00 was resllred from the candy I Misses and Children Coats, at greatly lowered prices. sale g'ven by the B, V. P. U. Thanksgiving evening Wter a good proAll Fur Coats and Small Furs at reduced prices. gram a delightful social time was had by the young people. All Millinery at final close-o- ut prices. Messrs T. Henry Edwards and brother, of MarceMus, wero dinner guests of Mr ami Mrs. Forest Curtis .. Thanksgiving and enjoyed a hunt in the afternoon. Mr. Center bought recently a lot Do you realize that it is less than three weeks until Christmns? There is no tftne, to be of hogs from different parties, paying for them 7 '4 eta. per lb. Last week wasted just wondering "what to give," so to be of real service to our host of customers, we have he bought of Mr. Sanders a bunch transformed our store into a nig Christmas Bazaar. Gifts for every member of the family cts. per lb. of nice hogs at 7 Mis Mary Clark and W. A. Clark, in an endless assortment of newest novelties. of Lexington, Misses May and Emily and Mr Chas. Bourne, of West Lan- caitrr, attended the candy sale lait Thursday evening1 at the parsonage. he muttered. Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell Schradrr, of Molly went on till she came to the . Indianapolis, have been viiitlng Mr. church. The parmin, Mr. anu .Mrs, lourwey uoDcris. .Mr. nnil Gregory, whs Just coming out of his Mrs. Roberts n honor of their guesu house bvsldo It "Good-day- , Mr. Gregory ;" but now ttlie spent a day in Richmond during their saw for Uio first tlino how worn and stay here lined bis face was. Shu wondered If Mm Annie T. fecll, of Danville, he was troubled ubout unythlng. Then who ia bten visiting relatives here she knuw. Mr. Gregory wuh support-In- g returned Sunday. She was accom-ipanie- d a wlfu and four children on nine CARTEHSVILLE POOR RIDGE Home by Mr. Mason Pollard, Pigs Never hundred a year and a free nousc. $p.-n-t the day with Mrs. Ktla I who "Oh. Mr. Gregory, I've got u lot of spent Saturday Mr. Raich Preston Mr and Mrs. Kmard Clark were Cecil, of that plnce magazines ut home, and I was wonderguests of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Green ing whether you would care for any night with Mr .and Mrs. I. I). Duncan. II. A!dr1dK Mr and Miss Sunday. of them," snld Molly breathlessly. Mis Ora Pravther sncnt Wednes Mary King SUten. of Danville pike, Mr. Gregory took her hands In his. day night with the Misses Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. J I Pitta, of llerea. j were married losjl Wednesday, Nov. In an e.hl:bit entitled "Pork pro"My dear Mix llreut, that 1 so kind opent Sunday with Mr. nnd .Vi. A. 20th., nt the parsenage at 5 o'clock Misses Olivia and Haiel of you. Of course I shall be delighted, Preston duction," shown by the United States It. Carter. presence of a few witnesws. J in the Mr. Gregory ansvvercd. spent Sunday with Mrs. Barney East. Department of Agriculture at the He looked after her. "Now, I won. International Live Stock Exposition,' Mr and Mrs. Hump MtQurrry were Rev. L. N. Thompion performed the Jessie Larue Iiurdette Chicago, December 2 to 9th., the degueiti of Mr. and Mrs. Metvin Sten-net- t I ceremony. The bride and groem are dr whut mude Miss Brent say that to hasLittle Misswith a severe cold. been ill I taking me," he cogitated. Sunduy. partment gives the esicntinl points I rMi with Mrs. Miia AMrfclgr Molly had now reached the business j mother of the groom. Mis j Gtace Hall visited her parents for raising swine economically. Their Mr nnd Mrs. Felix Pennington, of part of the town. A blind man n Good breeding stock, proper mat-- , ilerea spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. friends wisk tkem a preaperoui nnd sitting on n doorstep. With his enp In at Paint Lick this week. happy life. ing, and careful feeding of the brood C S. Roop. Miss Agnes Simpson visited front of him, and a tray full of The Indies Working Society has matches In his hand. Molly dropied Sherrow nt Mt. Hebron recentl- sows are nil important but a point in Mils Lucille Morford visited heme hog raising that should receive more a nickel Into thu hat. yfolka at Buenn Vista from Wednesday formerly decided to help suppert a "I've put something there for you," is often neglecpor worthy, ambitious Chlneie stuuntil Sunday. The many, friends of Mrs. Henry attention, because it hhe snld to the blind man. "Good luck is the necessity of keeping the dent m Mrs. W. M. Satire's girl ichool Rny arc glad to learn she is improv- ted, Mr. John Wcddle, of Richmond, to you." young pigs growlnc continouily from) tpent Friday with his mother, Mrs. in China. In ichool she is a favorThe blind man, who could nee jier-- ing. the moment of birth to maturity, ite and s considered n religious star. fectly well out of one of hU eyes, Jilia Wcddle. Mr. Poke White spent the week-enEven before the pigs are weane.l AKheugfc young she is already win. momentary witli Messrs. George and Bert Wat- looked lifter her, and n Rev. Lewis and J. D. Carter at-- I Mia . they should have access to com Inj seuts for the Master. The sense of shame came ujion him. He Preach-ersvill- e kins. tended quarterly meeting at As soon ns they are sow's milk. pocketed the, nickel, aud that little ef the society who arc conSunday. Mr. Phil House, of Valley View, as a supplement to the event decided him to do whut bo hud tributing to the support of the girl are been planning for wine time go out Is visiting his mother, Ml. Abe Bur weaned the pigs should be kept on Mr C. S. Roop. who I working at as follows: .Mriirs. Maon Pollard, ton. and get an honest Jolt. or by full feed, cither by Tlaver Bottom visited home folks SaU Jna. Sutton, Forest Curtts, Charles Of course, Molly knew nothing about Mr. J. T. Walker was a recent visi. hand. Approved types of self-fee- d urday nnd Sunday, accompanied by Du. Mr. Brown, D. S. Swope, Mrs. all that. She was thinking that Fhe Kmmvt Ung. Mrs Lottie Huffman, Mr Kugene Carter. tor of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bur- - ers, hayracks, troughs, and watering I Corners was not a bad little town affountains are shown In the exhibit. ' Mctdamcs Dora. Addie and Pearl Mrs. Ann Swope and Miss Snllle Lou ter all, and Shepherd's building was dctte. N'ayUr. certainly the tlnet place In the world. Misses Lid Mae and Alice Ray Proper feeds and oxerciic furnished Davis, Mr and Mrs. Henry Moore and ( She run up thu Mep und steppvd sncnt Thnnkigiving Missel to vigorous pigs of proper type re with uaugnter spent inankigmng wita sult in hogs of market weight at Into the elevator. "Take me up to No. Agnes and Zona Ray. Paris-Ne- w Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Boian. 310, please," she said to thu colored about 8 months of age. .Messrs. U. G. and T. T. Preston of He it ordained by the City Counelevator tnun. "Goodness, It Is hut, Mrs. Rosa Shaw and daughter, "Tho profitable pig is the one that Express Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Isn't HI" Viola and llttlo Marie Green, Rev. cil of the City of Lancaiter, Ky., That never stops growing from farrowing 11. Preston. The darky, pleaced nt being xkeu Mrs. R. Heeds and Mr. Kugene Carter were beginning January lt., 1023 the to market" is n good slogan for evVia to, showed Ids white teeth In n gleamMr. and Mrs. L. A. Simpson and ery hog raiser. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. water rntes to all consumers out of ing smile r.ud took Molly up to 311). family motored to Danville and the clly limits of said City shall be Lieut. Charles N'ungcsser, retired, Roop Sunday, Molly lupixd at the door, ran In, and one day last week. SO cents per 1,000 gallons, With congress back on the Job of the French Army, wounded 17 and all of was folded In the cmtiruccs of n young auch consumers are required after Mcsdamcs L. A. Simpson nnd Brad again the poor old Job must be get man. . 105 German timet, destroyer of January lit., 1023 to have a standard "Oh, dearest, I Just couldn't help ford Iiurdette and son were recent ting mighty darned tired. planes and decorated many times by He it ordained by the City Coun- water meter and to keep coming to see you." she whispered. guests of Mrs. Wm. Matthew. aama In Xow we are told that we ran make cil of the City of Lancaiter, Ky., That good shape at all times nnd register-In- g , "I was silting here wishing you would Mr. Abe Burton broke the record In peace with Turkey bccauic wo never many governments for his bravery, come," he iitmvcrcd. 1923 the correctly. York beginning January 1st., Garrard raising corn. lie raised 125 declared war on her. That, however, is to pilot the firit Purls-Ne"I know why everything looks differMil for water to all consumers withAny coniumer who falls to procure f hristmns airplane, inaugurating a paiivngcr in the City limits shall be due at the a now," snld Molly. "I never seemed barrels on five acres of ground. Can may soon be reminded. ent meter by January 1st., 1023 will to see peopln beorv. It's bocauso I'm uny body beat It? service between the continents. is near nt hand. end of each quarter and any one who have his water cut olf. In love. Io you know, I think It's goMrs. Walker Burdette and chil fails to piy said bill within ten day Tho bill for water shall bo collec- ing to make u great difference to me dren, and Mils Ora Praythcr spent after same Is tendered will hnvo their ted from luch coniumer nt the end for alwii). I never knew bow how Thanksgiving with Mrs. Caleb John water cut olf and laid water will not of every three monthi, nnd If nny good and nlco the world Is." son und Miss Grace Hall. be turned on again until said bill is consumer fulls to pny to the Relieved. paid and a fee (if $1.00 paid to the of the Watur Work his bill And still, there Is one consoling "Do I understand," snld the young Superintendent of Water Works. or as long as ten day after same man, firmly, "that you absolutely re- thought about the short session of It is further ordered that all con- Is due, which will be ten day after Loans: fuse to let mo marry your daughterf congress, it will bv short. sumers of water in the City who have each quarter of the year tho Super"I do," said the girl's father sternly. meters are required to keep same in intendent is directed to cut A pessimist is his own worst en "Sir," said the rejected, ns he said wa5 repair and registering correctly nnd ter olf nnd the same will eached for his bat, "will you shake emy. He know a good thing when only be at any time a meter used by any such turned on again after tho said he sees it but is too stubborn to grab hands In imrtlngr CENT. r, consumer is en account of said con"Of course," said tho father, sur- it. who I In arrears, pay his bill prised Into generosity, sumer's fault not kept In repair and In full to the Superintendent "I'm glad to see of Waare you take It so decently, anyhow." We object to tho statement that rrgliUring correctly the water Is or- ter Works and the addtlonal payment "rah,M said the youth. "I'm going there are no modest women left in dered to be turned olT If after ten of $1.00 to the Superintendent G. B. SWINEBROAD, of to seed you a box of cigars, too. You the world. There are a few who day' notice said meter is not fixed. Water Work. Scy-Trea- s. doa't know how darned near that haven't money enough to buy modPaul F. Morrow, City Clerk. a W. P. CHAMP, Mayor daughter of yours cam to baring taa ern gown. W. F. Champ, Mayor. PAUL P. MORROW, City Clerk. keeked T Mcfemond swered III. Molly wmt Into Llebcnnann's wondering why alio had never noticed Llebermaun'a awning before. Had ahe gone through the world Mind? "Good rooming, Mr. Llebermann. It la hot, Isn't Itl" "Purty wntzn for this time of yenr. Mis BnsuY nld Ucliennnnn. "I want let me see," began Molly, very Importantly, aa the looked at lier piece of paper on which una crawled her purchases. "And half a pound of ham. Mr. Llebermann." "You're looking pretty cool. Ml Molly." M0h, I I gues so," answered Molly, and twinkled out of the ihop. It certainly va hot, but Molly waa not feeling the heat. She wai wonder lug why ahe bad never noticed that twisted elm at the bottom of the road. Or why old Silas Crocking, who fat nt hla door crippled with rheumatism. bad such clear blue eyes. She had always disliked old Mr. CrockltM, but now s he threw htm a good-da"Good-dato yourself, Miss llrcut," antwercd old Sllai. "And how your rheumatlsml" i "Well, 1 ain't aa spry us you, Miss Ilreht," SUas answered, "hut I can Kit about, Jest Kit about." IJa looked aftej; lijr with a pleased cxptffllton on Ida dour face. "Wonder what's rot Into that gel this morn-tfig,- " gro-eer- y, Ilera waa III Jonnaon'- - cabin, and III waa puttltHt on a new stoop. Molly waa ao happy aha bad to (top and aptak to him. "That wlU look fine, HI." she said. ine oi a negro turned nnu grinned at her. "Ah reckon so. Miss Itreiit.' he answered. "It's tftne It waa done, Tour wife will be able to do her sewing on the porch, now Mild Molly. That' ao shorn tbat'a so," an DRESSES FURS choice of our entire line of COATS, SUITS, DRESSES ant! FURS nt very radical reductions from rcjrulnr retail prices. Garments of the highest type in a vast array of exquisite styles and superior workmanship. All our regular, carefully selected lines, ond not a promiscuous lot of undesirable merchandise purchased for sale purposes. This sale aiTords a splendid opportunity, to choose PRICES, for the holiday season and for holiday gifts. WOOLEN and SILK DRESSES, at WOOLEN and SILK DRESSES, at TAILORED. SUITS, at LADIES' CLOTH COATS, at attire nt GREATLY improving. ilck ' Mr. Davis, of Paint Lick, was the truest Friday of Mr. Forest Curtla, Mr. Grover Clark, of Lexington, lias been visiting Mr. R. S. Clark and other relallves. The long drouth was relieved Monday by a splendid rain. Everybody was glad to see 1t. Mist Cora Bryant, of Lancaster,, has been a recent visitor of her sister, Mrs. Luther Burdette Mr. ami Mrs. Wallace, of Lexington, have bcrn recent gueita of Mr. and Mr. Courtney Roberta. Jno. Royston sold n bunch of ahoats to V. A. Lear at 7icts. per lb, and a cow for 2Hcts. per lb. Mr. Gordon Doty has returned from Corbin, where he has been a member of the guards for the L. & N. R. R. Luther Mrs. Ed Clark and Mr. Burdette have returned from Indiana where they have been visiting relative Miss Mary Clark nnd Mr. C. W. Clark, of Lexington, came over lait week and were gueits of Mrs, Sam BourneMist Sue Sutton was hostess at din- REDUCED The Christmas Store . Welsh & Wiseman Go Danville, Ky. "Profitable Stop Growing" Slogan : ' te Mrs-Spee- d d self-feede- rs self-feed- a To Pilot First York Air Ordinance liar-rodibu- rg Ordinance w Garrard National Farm Loan Assn PER super-intendo- nt Federal Farm RATE. OF INTEREST For information con-sume- Tuaea-Dlspate- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 7, 92? 1 McOUAY-NORR- IS RIGHT CARE FOR DAIRY ANIMALS Sire Should Not Be Allowed Run With Herd, jut Given Chance to Exercise. IDEAL RATION If your car needs more power and is wasting gas, the chances are that McQuay-Norri- s Piston Rings will put it back in fint-clacondition. They increase motor power by preventing gas waste. They decrease carbon troubles. ss R i fi PISTON Power G.S Gas Increase Your Car's Save matter where you plan to have your repair work done, you can get a much quicker job by ordering McQuay-Norri- s Piston Rings, because wc can supply the proper sires and s promptly. Why not increase your motor's s power, and put it back in condition now? Mo over-sizefirst-clas- ta LIbsB "Mf- 4aaaaaH IS SUGGESTED We Carry a Complete Service Stock WOODS JSJI QPC I tut it 4 line Ml I WHITE, RICHMOND, KY. wl - Krrpt lubrlra of rombtntwn Calvt, Should Remain With Dam for On or Two Day, and B, Kept In Dry Clean Stall for Month-G- rain for Helftr. of hr hlthnt rraH. abnvt lh avrrait tr McQuay. Nollt raanufacturixt nwthoda. Their Lw latum all th aalitfattiofi poatibl for ywi o art from a plain taap lln. They are iwltj twelve tint. In the carton aod rotted In w i rtl paper KaianJ BesJleH mm hal tMi, OI equal wt all rotnit on crUnJrr waH. For all piMnn, torn,, rartpt toft, which thouM i rIwmTT" llSaf8"- titluiive -" Wwn, ntnl t " Bt S 1 pUton ,VT Km W CtC SUchrui(piIlnanb. Kath run Ulnar hkh ail fmplli iijinr m .ciu ttrt pKktl ml on raHi down cannot do. hmrnt ron tirekr of up ttrokr, V ,nt. Moft butllm )oM. hkh Pef Ring ran bt Jlllr.1 clowr hm ordinary ,l,p cut thrt finlh quick arattnf Stali In a jiffr " To krtp Ihrmrlean anj Irrt from mtt, each rinf I, txckrj In an taJirVlual ilaomt -- Snip Klnr Tho following suggestions on the care and feeding of dairy cattle nre made by the dairy division of Clem-so- n college. 1. I Th Herd Sir. not let the bull run with the MQUAY-NORR- lS ea What Ship Subsidy Measure Means in Facts and Figures Here nre the main provision of the hlp subsidy bttl, fought In by the Democratic party and a number of Republican. The mrs-ur- e Con-KTc- per cent of dutle collected That on' import Into the United States ahull be paid to the Shipping Hoard every year to create a merchant marine fund. The total Import duties collected In 1021 were $308,604,981. Ten per cent of this wuuld be 10 8. provide: That to thla fund ahull be added yearly all the tonnage charges, taxes and fee, Imposed on all vessels entering all Port of the United States and It possession. Thi, amount ha, been estimated by Chairman Laakcr at about $4,000,000 a year. To the fund alio ihall be turned over nil um heretofore paid by tho I'ostofTicr Department for the carrying of foreign malli, excluding parcel post, Thi, amount, according to the President, I "rapidly amounting to $0,000,000 annually " The total amount I us available to the merchant marine fund would be Ily an amendment to the Inter state commerce act railroads are to be allowed to own and operate steam ers for foreign trade and all rnllrqads must grant a preferential freight rnte on throuph shipments going to or coming from American vessel. Special Loan for Ship Construction 100 miles. The Philippines are to be consider For vessel making thirteen knots cd a coastwise trade and restricted the amount i, to be increased by to American vessels for all transpor of a cent, increasing the chip's bonus to $70 per hun- tation from and to the Unitedd dred milca. For each Increase In of- States. All amounts due from any person ficial speed of a vessel of one knot, the bonut Is Increased by tenths of a for all federal taxes, including In lf two-tent- hs about $40,000,000 a year. With higher In.port duties It would Increase. Thia fund would be turned over to the Shlppng Hoard to be expended in subsidising all pascsngcr and freight-carryiAmerican vesela engaged In foreign trade, with n view to creating a large American merchnnt marine. The board would have full control of the '.ind and almost unlimited discretion in iu expenditure. General Proelilona of Plan The general provision, of the plan embrace the-- : Kvcry cel of American registry, carrying paiaengerl or freight or both ii to receive from the fund an annual bonus, payable on these calculations One-haof a cent for each grow ton of the vessel's tonnage for each 100 mile traveled for vessels mak ing any speed up to thirteen knots. This mean $50 for a alow freighter of 10,000 tons every time she travels sub-ilditi- ng ration of eunl parts by weight of ground corn, ground oats and wheat tinin Is nn Ideal ration for Keod enough of thi, ra a herd sire. tlon to keep the anliunl In good thrifty rendition. Ftadln j Dairy Cilvet. 1. l.onve with dnm one or two day. 2. Kitil one quart of the mother's come taxes, to be remitted if such milk three time per day for first week cent all Ihe way up to twenty-thre- e X Inrrvaie wholo milk after first amount are Invested in new ship knots, the maximum, giving the ship for each hundred miles construct'on, Instead of being paid In week from eight to fourteen pounds, deiwndlng on size of calf. these bonuses according to speed: as taxes. 4. After four to six week,, start sub All Importers and exporters may Fourteen knoU, B0; fifteen knots, stituting skim milk. Take one week sixteen knots, $100; seventeen deduct from their taxnble incomes 5 to make tho entire change. $90; nf thi. flrnntinta nnitl nut nn . , knots, $120; eighteen knots, $140; nnr B. Feed twelve to sixteen pounds of nineteen knots, $100; twenty knots, freight cargoes In American vessels. milk per duy until six months old. If knots, $200; twenty-t- I A spec'al loan fund for financing poxMble. $180; twenty-on- e ' nan' t ia nntM1silin fa. tt n tifinnfl wo knots, $230; twenty-thre- e C Keep mires In dry, clean stall. until n month old. out at 2 per cent per annum. knots, maximum bonus, $200. 7. Stnrt feeling grain and bay when Air existing Shipping Hoard ves- All ships receiving such bonus shall carry ma'ls free of charge, except I sets nre to be sold at market prices, three weeks old. A good grain ration Is equal part rea ixine nossiblv $200,000,000 it I by8. weight parcel post. of wholo corn and whole When a vessel shows 10 per cent estimated, on total cost of onts. Feed nil grain and hny they is estimated, on total cost prorV over all operating charges, net it bonus stop, and thereafter govern I of t3.G00.OQ0.n00. ment is to share In 5 per cent of cx I All olTIccri and men on American . . i - .. ;l i.i . : .. cess profits. SNAP RINGS III, cur licnL 2. (Jive plenty of exercise. Free run of open lot Is best. 3. feed little or no sllnge. 4. Kerd no cottoneil meal. B. Keed legume hays alfalfa, clover and iMiivIne. 0. A good grnln A Pressing Engagement d would The young man have been in a worse predicament had not his very tailor thought of tho old sugar barrel. Then to take advantage of the young man' presence, he had the bnrrrl painted with an attractling ilgn. g Ii7atj All Cowards. Many an orchestra lender has made u, wonder why none of his players ever bad courage to strike back at htm. rnr Vi The Bttt of Rtatont. "I never ask other, to think ns I do," remarked the broadmtiidcd man, "bemuse tomorrow I mny thud- - differently pijh."-Ilott- on Tmnwrlpt 3,500,-000,00- 0, Of Undtttrmlntd Source. In qulto common things much depends on choice and determination, but the highest which fall to our lot comes from no man knows whence. Goethe. Seven-Passeng- er Touring REO, $1485 On the Rco "6" Chassis, with a Full Measure of Comfort, Jiuggedness, Economy and Good Looks is ASSURANCE of power to spare large the wonderful ports and motor, with crankshaft making 50 horsepower available for the quick spurt, the long grind or the hard pull. The cleanest front compartment in motordom carries the distinctive Rco dual control just two foot pedals and the gear shift lever. leather covers seats designed to Genuine hand-buffe- d provide restful comfort. chassis, with Under all Is the rugged double-frame-d mounting of power units to foil the its inner-fram- e ravages of road shocks. shrink-proo- f Metal framed side curtains and closed-ca- r comfort. weather proof assure practically $1485 F.O. B. Lansing, plus Federal Tax. sag-proo-f, KINNAIRD BROS., LANCASTER, IIO MOTOR CAR KY- - COMPANY, Laming, . Miehlgaa three months of age. 11. Supply plenty of clean drinking Kentucky has enough livestock on her farms to yield annually at least wnter at all times. 12. Provide salt as soon as the calf 10,000,000 ton of manure worth stcrts euting hay or grain. millions of dollars for building up nre due to overfeeding, 13. Scour farm lands, according to soils and Irregular feeding, feeding cold milk, College of sour milk, tltrty milk, unssnltnry pnlU. crops specialists of the Agriculture. In view of the fact 14. When milk It not available after that Kentucky is n livestock state, ralf Is six weeks old, the following this manure should be a big factor in mixture may be used ns n milk substl keeping soil, of the state rich. Half tute. Linseed nil meal, hominy feed, red of thi manure is produced in the win dog Hour, dry blood one tcr when stock are on feed. It is mixture to eight pounds txiund of the of water for special tho at this time of the year that calf. elTort to rive the fertility in this maFttding th Growing Heifer. terial Is needed. 1. Feed two to three pound of grain "Half the fertilizing value of ma dally. A good grain ration Is equal corn, oats, iinil bran, or two il uro is In the liquid portion which part may be easily and cheaply saved by ports corn and one part oats. 2. Feed six to eight pound of legume using plenty of bedding. It has been hny w hen not on pasture. estimated that by thi one means 3. Feed all tho sllngo the heifer nlone, Todd county farmers last year will clean up. If no sllngo I available, saved 2,000 tons of manure more Inr.vnsK hay nnd add a pound or more than ordinarily would have been sav of grain per day to keep In good ed. The best farmer in the state thrifty growing condition. suQIclcnt for 4. No pasture nlone now keep manure in stables or feeding sheds until it can be spread on heifer under one year old. B. Keep heifer growing continu the fields, instead of throwing it In plies outside where it leaches and ously. C Feed ono tnhlespoonful of ground heat and lose much of it fertilizing limestone In grain mixture to heifer A well bedded and tramped under breeding uge. vulue. stall will keep manure in good condition. SELECTING BREEDING GILTS "Many farmers in the state now spread the manure on their farms as Q sod Dspth of Body In Forsquarttrs fast as It Is handled to tho fields. Mian, Vitality and ProntabU The old practice of throwing the maBrood Sowq. terial in small pile to be spread later In selecting gilt, beside the usual is expensive and wasteful. Most farmer use a light application to requirements for a good hog, Uie unlmul la the. best. Oood depth cover as many acres as possible. An of body lu the forequartora menu viapplication of five tons to the aero tality and strong heart and lung achat been found to give good result. tion. They are not quite so cheaply "Most of tho farm manure in Ken- fattened a thoso with tucky I used on tobacco or corn land. rib, but there will to more profit In This make it necessary to spread it theui. A slightly slabby appearaaco Is as fast a it Is produced In the win- proper In gilts If they are to tcom ter or hold it until spring before really profitable a, brood hows. spreading. On level land, and esKp a Poultry Rscord. pecially where there I a tod, winter How many folks who raUo poultry spreading can be done without loss. know what their Sock, are actually A few fanner make a practice of top doing! Only a few yet It U eases. dressing young grass and clover with till to true success la aay bualnea, manure. Thi helps considerably in that ecu rite record be kept, to that results may be checked la aevef! difKctlnff and keeping a stand." ferent dJrectteaa. 1 deep-bodie- d welt-ipru- Manure Yield in Ken tucky Worth Millions to Farmers JOIN WHITE CO, ' can merchant naval reserve, cost of UMMtVUXI, RV, which will be provided for elsewhere. All army an dnavy transports to be nboliihcd and all such business given to American ships. Raw Furs All immigrant to be brought on vessels so far as poMlbel American The total annual cost has been Ma S, estimated by Chairman La iter at $52,000,000. HATFIELD The bonus payable to the Leviathan 54,000 tons, if she made fourteen DENTIST round trips to Europe in a year has Office over The Garrard Bank. been calculated at $907,200 a year, or Phoaas Office S. ResMeace 376. 04,800 a round trip. "Admiral Valt," Orand Champion Hoi LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. sUln. Some men are energetic because they are too busy to be lazy. wilt clean up. It Is best to feed grass hay until four months old, as legume hays have a scouring effect on the bHsKv aaeVlfc calf. 1. Feet) no illnge until six months of ngv. 10. Keep off of J. A. Beozlev f pasture until at least MINERAL DIRECTOR Offlre Over National Hank. Residence hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Or. Call, Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. AnivaraJ Promptly Niahl. I'hona 317. Ki.Nrt-ci;- t Day ut Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farm. Liit your farm for ale priv ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith' Store. DR. J. J. BYR1NE OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defect of Eycslcht by fitting the of proper glassci. ' DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 8 to 12 Office Hour Opposite Gilcher Hotel. aad 1 te S a.sa. PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS CRAPE VINES EVERGREENS PERENNIALS In fact, everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our illustrated catalog this year I the most complete nurs ery book ever Issued In the South. It Is free for the asking. II. F. IIILLENMEYER A SONS. Blue Gran Nurterie,, Keatucbf. Leilas; t oa, Th Central ed in the old teatamcnt? What period is covered In the new testament? What is an act of God? When did you last attend church? How long has it been since you opened tnc uiuie . in your home? How thick was the dust? . RfcorLancattajr, Ky. Thursday, Dtc 7, 1922 TOO FIND to those suggested above. DIXIE STOCK., It makes no difference from FARMS whose brain the original idea springs. Results are the only Sell The Pure Bred by The things that we want. Shall we get together In or Carloads der to get results? Seems that the Dixie Stock Farm be Nationally known a producers of animals that go out At last a woman has been in prominence and makes for them sworn in n n gnnntnr nf Mm selves reputations that co down In . history. TT.,it.,i oiilll-9- . i Wllliwu . nuc,Bllum.TVUU I WMita, I ..11 r Si ,S a a vetll oniy one uny, navmg been np- - (rom Banking Concern In pointed to IlII out an lincxpir- - N'orth Dakota for a carload of Angus I cattle consisting of 20 yearling heir cd term. 0 two year old bulls. Hut thnt nnx dnv tirm u.rvn I r . ii uur mow tfirm wmcn ina tocrn iin as a milestone in the political thc Mhm cIreult ,incf thf BIuc advancement of American wo- - (;ms Fatr ha, rccenty returnf(l wth AT Juicy, Sweet mi Good JOE'S Step by Step is Better are tttlnsr to Candies. Fruits AND CAKES "It is what the people want.' Thnt is the only, excuse that can be ottered by the publish ers of our great city dailies for ct.t. t w - .... . Vholo,lt nml Kwti.ll iEe DAINTY, DELICATE, NUTRITIOUS, ENTICING BETTER COOKING A alism that appears in their columns. " Pleasing to thc most fastlduoui. The Like Never Before Exhibited In Lancaster is many winnings to their credit, and can asure yourself that they destined to shine brightly in the There was a time when a UP "Ranst some of the best that hfstnrv nf nnr rnnntrv. w n. i .t l.i , T.. i I cia-- i ,.muurr, .logcincr sensational sheet would not be lnc , V BOXED CANDIES ALSO IN BULK ni. . mnnv Imnnrtrd nni frnm Jirnt, tolerated in any respectable pnreni icnciency oi some oi our anil. wc rc fming full herd for Received by Express Daily home. Now sensationalism means a women With political ambitions the show circuit In 1023 and w will Quantities & Quality of Floriiln & fnliforiilii Fruits & Nuts to scale the heights at onelnwkc- - the man that tlefenU the big circulation and n corre bound I sweat for the money. The same arc nnd Pn for TO CONTROL COOKING spondending increase in adver T l.n a a. n.l now 00 0Ur lhrCC wiaeva w w telle. inspection tising rates to any one that wishes to decidedly. safer to climb the look them over, PROCESSES IT IS NECES-- I JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI. Prop. And it is from ADVEKTIS- adder step by step, as the av For our hoes thc demand has by SARYTO HAVE CONTROL- - ING that newspapers MAKE erage man is required to do. far exceeded the supply, we have- Just LED HEAT IN THE GREAT MONEY. turned down several orders As we see it, about the first It seems to be up to the dear important nnlltnl Ior Dt MClUdinc one Oh!C f County MAJESTIC THE people. 1 I far 2 hrif! inv,. titlt - hntin In Mrs Sam Hughes Dies .. 1. is iu mmu a wiruiui the future wo will b ablr to .unnlv woman Mrs. Sam Hughes, formerly !' COLD-RIVETE- D JOINTS, , Motile Hick, of . i city, pacd away .1 i .. c 10 navc n'CL Study of CIVIC conditions In the In Krcater part of thc demand ns we at her home Inthis .Mit Held will not give a demonMADE LIKE AN ENGINE Hlrmlnchnm, Ala., :iome community, nnd then de- - have jmt added to our strong army Ithines Raid about von. rest ns- last Monday momlnir. She ha many stration of her work in the Teachers oroou sows several select onen BOILER, INSURE PERFECT 8Ure(j thnt somcbody is saying vote nil of hor strnnirth in rn. friend here who remember her quite J Meeting Saturday morninu, but we I TESTS them. Your commendable acts is HEAT CONTROL. nrtTnwat ralaux wm n i I t fna,l t. pleasantly nnd regret to lrarn of her will meet at ten o'clock A. M. with re,I luivitl t pasalnjr. She is survived by her hut- - other important busineia to bring beI 1? .i tnCrCOI. 111 aaiI Ir. nm ntit In Mm unnouccii PROVE THAT THF MAI IF. l,u 1101 incre nre numerous local battry of herd boars and we will let band and two children, Mr. Allen fore the teachers. We will have a Wm V At the n t are. exsetrtts mm mtmmm - I The trouble with some noo- - offices that could be filled by you Judce from the following wheth Henry, formerly of thin city, having speaker for the occasion. ABU1 lKun in IMt mAJ"- pie, though is that they expect cloje uf hv lesslon the teachers will women ns well us hv men. nml r or not we made u'ood selections. married one of the daughter. to commend them, TIC RESISTS RUST 300 PER even-bodHurial took place in Birmingham. be paid another month salary, but no (lr.r. n niTlnn., I iicMirtira one iroin i u. uiovrr, tnmc cheek will be mailed out this time. i n KW CENT BETTER THAN THE a"d .f Let every teacher of the county be Thompson wuum uu en nni! from tootintr llno, n,rtr .trr.l of ono ner- arged and broadened nnd they by Revelation, one ired by Ambition CHEAPER STEEL RANGES. After a life of 83 years, W. I). present at this meeting. Respectfully yours, Thompson died at the home his in a sale THINK OF IT! ONE MA- - in which to "whoop it up" for would become better fitted fori andH. Olover just last week held by laughter. Mrs .Nannie Hell, ofnesr James It. Abner, Supt. Liberator sold under the hither nolit'cnl honorx and other deserving ones. th hammer for f 0,900.00, and Re Manse, Ky.. Iat Friday morning. OR JESTIC OUTLASTS The fellow who doesn't turn to reqnnnqihnitln lie satislied with the lion s , ... . . l inniiun iuiii mr jj,vuuuu anil inc December 1U, at seven o'clock in look at a pretty woman probably IX nuiliun caiUlUt THREE CHEAP RANGES. expect 10 I Ambition I. nnl fn, the morning. His remains were buri- doesn't see her. at .n, nrl share, and give the lambs an ... i ' i i. an anisuc gown wunoui Also In the above spoken of sale ed at the Paint Lick cemetery Sntur- opportunity to be recognized. inaKe BUY A RANGE WITH r" Kreat trouble with our political first learning to sew, nnd neith- - sons of Liberator ld for an aver lay. Ho was a member of the I'res- REPUTATION o, s iiauchters for byteran church nnd Is survived by one j P"1"'" it that they are political. We 01 er can she exnect to make a We do not agree with the laughter, .Mrs. Hell anil three aons, insieau. S.i'JU.UU, president in his assertion that oiiPfoao n n r,u 1,1 ! fTiVJn I . 1, . 1 aVcrflRC OI an average IB sons Of S. W. Thompson, of I'oint Leavell.l " oi a.ju.uu I .1 e ncinni u ior .,m this is a time for constructive UtW"""h VIIUIUURIIIJ !! , , ,I,.,.H( M Allfl, Allen T. and Andrew J. Thompson effort. Constructive perform- miliar with the important du- - b0vc were half brothers and sl.ten. of this city. If you need money I ties of Citizenship. to our herd boars and they are such ances is what we need. on your, farm, JanuWoman has made iriant Individuals as will improve the breed "Live and Let Live Folks" ary 1st, put Jn ap.qtrwli.9 In th, nnat f.nv v....,-- The family of the late V. D. Revelation was the world's Champion It isn't always the man with Thompson, desire to thank the friend ' w',Rh,ns v" plication' NOW the biggest mouth that makes nd she will make greater ones . and neighbors who were so kind and I " ;,v, the loudest noise. It requires iii it... vcara n- come. iiiu sympathetic, during the Hlnem and .t.nin. ...i (nuid Weekly. 91.50 Year. lungs to do that. And it isn't 1nut It Is better to begin at the chance of losinit him. Ambition death of their father and take -2 Payable in Advance. L'OO pound boar and means of expressing It. always the man with the big the bottom nnd work up than ' a'ia gest head that has the most in to begin at the top and not '0UnR no,r' wilh ,he ahoe bIoo,, J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. Sue Shelby Mason Ballard's OMi.W Flour in tack. dominatim; through our herd we see .nrl- It. L. ELKI.N. Local Editor ond Mgr. teiugence. borne heads arc Ifnniv wny u won v uc equal a We deliver In town. iiu I.oan Agent and Abstractor f merely flesh and bone plus n. . liutl.on Farnau. f. l unuea. niaies. I lan ncru ln Court House I.ANCASTKH, . Entered at the Post Office in Lan . nothing. We have recently made the follow- They any love come unbidden, but Why INot 6 15tf Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s KY. ng sales: Clyde fcwalt, Cynthinna, many a time money pushes it along Matter. bojir? W. T. Fvvnll nnv How? greater wisdom by disguising one bred sow; IL W. Darkford, Kcene FeMtea AiKwtMiae R THE AMEHICAN PRESS A&SXIATIOM What do we most need in himself and mingling with the two trflta. one boar; S. E. Motfctt, people in the resorts and Streets Troy, one boar; Theo. Ilrunner, of this town? Lucuter, Ky., Dcceakr 7. 1922 Mcholasvillc, one boar, one Bilt; How are wo going to get it? of his canitol citv. N'lcholasville, one Our own senators and con- - Thomas Ilrunner, Answer those two questions liriil ami. WMI llnnvnr Vf.hntnaiMliw Rates For Political Announcements. in a satisfactory manner nnd gressmen might display great- - 3 bred sows: KnuiTman Ilros.. Camn For Precinct and City Offices. J 6.00 you win nave performed a cr intelligence if they, too, Nelson, 2 bred sows; II. H. Givinpi, 10.00 For County Offices would mingle more freely with N'aphor, 3 bred sows. Cat Xevieus, of For State and District Offices. 15.00 wonderful service for your one the people nfter the Votes have Stanford, M- sow; Pool Perkins, one 10 community. For Calls, per line I,0"r! A- QHes. Frankfort, one .101 II :n o For Cards, per line vumiiiuh. 1,.... fi There are many ways of im .. ........ .1 ii , wisuom I""" I).. .1. tl f For all publications In the Inter- u is (lououui ineir boars. T. C. Yantis, Uncaster. nrovinc a town and its adiacent est of Individual, or epres- countryside, but they cannot is any greater than that of the silts; V. M. Campbell, Moreland, all be employed at one and the ruler of old who sought und K'"1? A C. Hanson, Moreland, 2 bred WITH If that be true, what'a the manhood, a milestone that matter with the people? Greenfield. Lowney's, Dolly Var-de- n. 'u Nunnelley and Mavis MAJESTIC . .l n,,h siv .?.. 11 " THE PURITAN Garrard "ntly " TabIia... f- 1 1 1 fa. y wwf f... l'io':i.wc I- two 1 " "iniani Conn Bios. The Central Record Card of Thanks " i- i.. T". ,.t. tn Interest 5 .... h. . P' . Here, loo 1 le What and ..,i 1 ". lil, Obituaries, per line 10 05 Same time We Americans consider our-P-" selves a God fearing people, nnd the world so considers us and perhaps we are. 'But how much does the aver age man know of God and His ways? Test yourself by answering these (luustlons. and then coiri- tate upon how Htle you really How nlitnineil first hnml Infnrmntlnn sows. Aionc witn tne cattle nnl not; sales There nre many people who regarding the needs nnd desires we have also had creator demand for our two noted breeds of sheep than ideas and suggestions for of his subjects. I I did God create the world? How many years did Adam live, and how did he die? Why did God make the skin's of some people ;hite, and some nnd otherj brown, or yel- -- orlilack? ' Why does God permit some children to be born in deform- ity,' or imbecility, or both? What were the first and the last miracles in the life of What is the first word in the old testament? .What is the last word in tho new testament? How many times have you read either one from cover to . What period of time is cover-latin- g improvement, but it is also manifest that they cannot all be adopted with the limited facilities at our command. The obvious thing to do is to get our various ideas together nd Into the limelight, where they can be scrutinized for ob- ; i t.i r xnen i Jeiunauiu icmures. mi cidu upon the one single sug- Rested Improvement that would be of great benefit to nil of our people. Thnt done, we will be face to iacu witn tne Problem of how to convert that suggested provement into an accomplish-low- , ed fact. Agnin will come into play thu various Ideas of people who nre in the habit of making a study of local conditions, nnd from the many suggestions fered we will undoubtedly be able to decide upon the one best suited to the requirements of the situation. Dig down under the surfaco of towns that are always forir- ing ahead and you will invnri-covcr- ? ably find that they aro oner- along lines much similar a. a. . ue-kno- Til im-re- d, to the United btates Is nocks of Southdowns and Dorset. beginning to near lruit oi a wo nave now at the hea or our Ibouthdowns Hock the Champion Ham different kind. has been doing some plain speaking in his public ad- - KOOj ram, nI thpro are , KenluckV( dresses, with the result that and we have Just added other countries arc speaking up to our herds, Including some of the the best and are accusing France of Bl'l that we tt,xM bu ,he w "or;hes- - ijtrdV ,n, thwarting every attempt to one Just purchased huropean peace on a of the ,nn?l. hTeilL. tablish a ,n CMmAm sane and safe basis. ami will in n few days have them In Now let's have a few more ready for inspection. foreign dignitaries over, nnd In the past we havu not put many sheep perhaps in time we will bn able of ourwu will on' exhibition but In 1923 make the, circuit with to determine what's thc matter a lull hcril or houihilowns and Don with Europe. sets. t ranee" Send Cm Along e inu inc wall, oi IL. iiKr "i -- I we were able to sutinlv but bv on other season we hope to add to our 1.1(1 ttnnlt i.r. " M ta'ltli li. n... '"' v ..." " that we have recently added to our v Toys Toys S TOYS We have now on display at our store the most complete and finest line of XMAS GOODS ever shown in Lancas- many-female- s - ter. We invite you and all of the Kiddies to come and see what real surprises we have secured for your Xmas. A warm welcome and courteous treatment will await all who visit our store. HURRY AND COME-W- E WANT TO SHOW YOU OUR HOLIDAY GOODS. to our herds, visitors being ahvayi wtl h.ou,5hMv.ll?i!,..Coy,,re no chance with Llimi. the a syrup of merely pleasing taste, but Dixie Stock Farms. use LUNUAKUIA. recommended and ued by Nurses and Physician, and I proclaimed the best. Unequaled fori Just to remind you that the Christ sore throat, difficult breathlm?. etc. Yourtmas Raxaar on December 10th.. will 00c and $1.20 per bottle, "H-nac-e As all of our show stock are now on the farms, we wish to extend LUNCARDIA stands high above all preparations in quickly removing a welcome to any one that I InterCoughs and Colds. "Deep-seateested to make us a vitit and Inspect d ci.i factured by eLunganlla it n a ' Co.. a s Dallas, I aociety oi good to eat mt M n.r T? Sett?. Unuv inrisuan church. "erythlng HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. (U.9-8t.- ) The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec' 7', 1922. Uurton ha been ing a few day In Lexington. Mrs. V I'- 4 spend- Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Gardner, Mrs. T, C. Jame nnd children, of Leitch-fielKy., spent last week-en- d with Mr. and Mr. Paul Uoyd. d, Mr. Ephrlam Drown, Miss Jva Lee Smith, Ml Valeria Whlttakcr and Mr. Pendleton Williams were visitors in Lexington, Thanksgiving. Miss Lois Virgfnln liourne has returned home after spending several vou an ODDortunitv to do Offer u & 4 W5 days with her little nelce, Virginin liourne Rollnrds, In Danville, Mh Annn Mae Smith hns returned to her home In Louisvlllu after a vlit to her grand parents, Mr. nnd Mr. Solon Henry and famly. Mrs. J. R. Mount nnd Mis Joan Mount returned las. Monday from LaGrange, where they had spent ten Your Xmas Shopping Early AS WE ARE SHOWING A VARIED LINE OF SILKEN WEAR SI CAMISOLE OR BOUDOIR CAPS OFFER INEXPENSIVE BUT BEAUTIFUL GIFTS IN THINGS THAT EVERY LOVES TO HAVE A NUMBER OF. WO-MAN JEWELRY GIFT OPPORTUNITIES OF THE MOST APPRECIABLE KIND ARE OFFERED IN THE SELECTIONS OF SPECIAL DEENTIRELY ORIGINAL SIGNS WE SHOW FOR XMAS. days with relatives and friend. daughter, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd liourne and Milton Rollards nnd baby, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood, near Danville. Well Styled Coats, Suits and Dresses at December reductions for Ladies, Misses These are practical gifts. and Children. HOSIERY DOUBT IN A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS. WE HAVE STYLES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE FROM THE SEAM-LES- S SILKS TO THE LACIEST NOVELTIES. SE-LEC- MILLINERY SALE T WHEN MANY MODES IN MANY HATS MAKE THIS A UNIQUE SALE. $12 and $15 Hats at .$9.00 SS.00 and $10.00 Hats . $.6.95 $0.00 and S7.00 Hats -- .$4.95 $1.00 and $r.00 Hats.. $2.95 -- DON'T FORGET THAT FOOT WEAR is an acceptable and desirable Xmas gift and we are offering you many values in SHOES, OXFORDS and STRAPS from $1.08 up. The One Price Store Mines Thelmn Hamilton and Jane Haselden, who spent the Thankglv ing holiday with their parent, return Cook. ed to Hamilton College In Lexing ton Monday. Neighbors-Whi- te Mrs. James Smith .Miss Katie Tuesday's Courier Journal carried Rarnes Dickerson, Miss Lizzie Hetti. Mrs Naomi Hamilton nnd sons, James a Washington dispatch, announcing nnd Charles, were visitors In I.oxing the marriage of Mrs. Ida Lee liourne Neighbors, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. ton Saturday. J. 11. Bourne of this county, to Mr tsssssv.,,ssatssi Little William Cecil Clark arrived Harvey White, of Louisville. The last Tuesday to make hi home with marriage taking place In Washington Mr and Mrs. Simmie Clark, Jr., on City. It wot practically an elopethe Lexington road. Iloth mother ment and came at quite a surprise to and baby are doing fine. friends of contracting parties. The bride is well known here, quite popuMr. and Mr. Jack Adams left this lar and very beautiful. Mr. White week for Richland, Vn., where they i n prominent and Intluenta! busi Babe Ruth on His will spend the winter with their chil ness man of Louisville. Rabe Ruth It seen here In working U. Terrill nnd dren, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. White will remain clothes of overalls and fur cap, chopMr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Adam. in Washington for several days and ping wood, following the career of Mr. nnd Mm. Henry Stephens and will continue their honeymoon to New another exiled monarch on his farm daughter and Mr. C. I Honor, of York. After that they will return to in Sudbury, Mats. Louisville and Mr. John Hammons, Louliville and rctti'e at the Puritan. I of Junction City, spent the last week Sutton-Aldrid- ge end with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Joseph. of chicken' patties, potato hall, beaten biscuit, fruit salad, brown bread sandwiches, cream meringues, filled with chocolate Ice cream with whipped cream, and n cherry decoritlon, candle, nuts nnd pickle. Thl announcement, which was not expected until sometime in the fu ture, came n n distinct surprise last night, and was made in a most at tractive way. Miss Isaacs Is n young woman of unuiua. charm and ability. She has been teaching In the Dan- ville school this year, having taught In Stanford last year and her success as n teacher Is in the line with all he undertake. Her gift for making nnd holding friend is indexical of the lovely character that underlie this charming pretence. Mr. Cook is In every way fitted to claim one to worthy. He 11 n young farmer with high Ideal, and ha establish I him self in business, and proven himself ready to choose a helpmate. Tho dnte of the wedding hns not been an nounced, but will be tome tme n December. Danville Messenger The announcement will be rend with n great deal of interest as the groom to be is so well known, having lived here until moving to Danville about three years ago. He is the popular son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. supper the heart of 'such a lvejy little girl. They will ga to hnusekjlrg on his father's farm In JanuaryThlr many friends with them a lonsrand happy life nt they Journey upon The tea of mntrimony. 1 Dr Tinder at Warsaw One of the mott successful revivals In year has been underway' at the Chrittlnn church the past two weeks. Dr, P. M. Tinder, evangelist, of North Middletown, delivered a strong and Interesting discourse each evening. That his sermons were well received wat manifested by the large crowds In attendance. Warsaw 4BI Farm ex-cele- nt Mr. Charlie Poff, our occomodnt ing mail carrier is visiting hi dnugh ter, Mr Wm. II. Wood at Herca, this week. Mr. Poff has not missed n single train during the three years he has served a carrier. Mrs. F. '.. Robinon. of Elixnbcth lown, Mr. W. R Cook, of Danville, Mr. E. W. Sprague and Mlu Helen Elizabeth Sprague. Mr. and Mrs Theodore Wintersmith, all of Louisville have been recent visitors of Mrs. Service our Bye Word. Gossip About People Ne A BrUf MutilM 0 W G.tajs byTtwt Cotnlsjs tod Art InlcmUd In. Mr. Jack Hiatt wn in Danville re- - E. L. Owsley. of Chattanooga, Tenn., are guests of rently on business. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newton Hroad- Mr and Mrs. Joe E. Robinson. Mits Lena Bright was the guet of dm, of Lancaster, are w proud parMrs: Jame ami children, of Leitch-fiel- Danville relatives this week. ents of a son, born last night at the have been guests of Mr. Jame' home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Cook, of London, wat mingling sitter, Mr. Paul Royd and Prof, Charles Carter. He hns been named with friend in Lancaster, last Sun Robert Newton llroaddus, for Mrs. lloyd. Mr. Walter Allen and little son, d, It. Cook, of Danville. Interior Journal. vlalted her mother, Mrs, K. L. Ows- hi parent, Dr nnd Mr. J. H. Rev. and Mr. W. II. Morris and Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, was ley, Tuesday. daughter, of Nicholaaville, were din In Lancaster Monday on butine. Mr. Delbert Kidd Is visiting her ner gueil Friday of Mr. and Mrs. MiM Virgllccn Ilyron, of Owlngs-villPurest Stapp nt their home on Lex nKdlth Avnnt, of Danville, hat Ml ha been the guest of Mrs. P. parent, Mr. and Mrs. John Peace, on ington road. Rev. Morris is holding Ixcn visiting friends in Lancaster. Mr. Frible. on Maple the Danville road. P. Frisble and n very' successful meeting at the avenue. Miss Ella Mac liourne was n guest Methodist church at Gunn's Chapel Mr. J. M. Farra, of llopkintville, days at ha been spending n few There has been Mr. Joe Keiley, who had the mis- last week of her aunt, Mrs. John Un in Garrard county. thirty-fiv- e home. additions. fortune of breaking his arm when dcrwood, in Danville. cranking a Ford Thursday li doing Mr. Rutcll 11 r own and lltth Mr. and Mr, llradlcy liourne and Mn. U. E. Moltoberta and Mrs. nicely. daughter, Iteka, of Rryantiville, were Mrs. I.ula Johnson, of Versailles, Martha Friiblr were visitor In Danweek-enguests of her mother, Mrs. Mis.. Nell liourne und Mr. und Mr. ville Friday. Mr. W. I. Duncan ha returned to E. W. liourne ,of Lexington, Mr. and Nicholssvllle from a visit with her S. D. Cochran. Mr. George Robinson, Misses Fan- daughter, Mr. Sam Hnsehlen, In Mr Stephen Walker, who I located Mrs. Ewing Stultz and daughter, ny nnd Hetty Wet were In Danville La n enter. at Schon, Ky., spent the Thnnksg'r Jane ami June, of Louisville, have the pat week. his wife and daugh been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Mr. and Mr. Clay Sutton are ing holidays liourne, on the Stanford pike. d Mr. Ed Hushe. who hn been Georgetta. guest of Mrs. Sutton's iter, Mrs. ter, to hi room with illness, U able J. M. Staughton and Dr. Staughton, There wa a very interesting meetRev. C A. VanWInkle, of Paint to be out attain. ing of the Woman' Club Friday af in Covington. Lick, preached to n large crowd at ternoon nt the room on Lexington Mr. C. F. Moor?' ninny friend Mb Mary Owsley, teacher at the the Chrittlnn church at Junction City nvenue. Mrs. E. II. Dourland, the will be glad to know she i Improving High School Sunday evening. In Lexington, spent president, was in the chair, and the from her recent tunes. Thanksgiving with her mother, Mr Mr. Frances .Elliott, of Louliville minute read by the secretary, Mr. Dental College, has been snendinir a G. A. Abbott Mr. J. K, Stormc and Mr. Hallie Dunlap. After the business Sauflry Hughes visited Mr, Uoek- few Jay with hi parent, Dr. nnd session, MiM Mary Davit, n charming reMr. Salllo Ho Lawton has well Smith in Danville Sunday. young member of the club had .charge tny nt Mr. W. M. Elliott. turned from n six month' i of the program, which was delightMr. nnd Mr. John GUI KinnalrJ Mr. J. C. Robinson left Tueilay Three Lake and Milwaukee, Wi., Hnute nnd and little son, John Morrow, of Lex ful. Her subject wa Puccini' opera, Lexington where tho will spend Chlraio, III., Terra for Hutterfly" Several selectcvural weeks with .Mr. M. A. Hen-nin- Grcentburg, I ml. ington, have been visiting Mr. and "Madame tion from the opera were played on Mrs. F. II Marksbury. Mr. and Mr. J W. Caron, who the victrola. The audience, which showed Mit Eliza Smith, of Lancaster, were at Lancvter for teveral months Mr. Gayle Doty nnd Mr. David numbered about thirty-fiv- e was a guet of Mr. Anna Darnell have moveif to Danville Mr, and Lnngley, tudnts nt llerva College, enthusiastic appreciation of the pro McDouglo for the Mury Garden con- Mr. Uurton Stapp occupy the rel spent the Thankigiving holidays with gram and Ml IHvis discharged her; Lexington dence on Danville avenue they vaca their home folk here. futy In a most pleasing; mnnner. cert and the week-en- Mr William Klnnnlrd, headquarters week-en- d day. Miss Mnry King Sutton and Mr. Charlie Aldrii'gc drove to the home of Rev. Thompson at Marksbury nnd were quietly mnrricd last Wednesday afternoon. The bride is the youngest daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sutton of Danville road and the groom is a son of Mrs. Eliza Aldrldge of Marksbury. The bride is a very pretty and popular younp- la.ly while the groom Is on energetic young farmer and very popular. Immediately after the ceremony they went to the homo of Mrs. Aldrldge and partook of a bountiful supper. Their many friends wish for them a long life filled with happiness nnd prosperity as they Journey through life. - Your Fed Are Worth a Forltinel Right now while you have take care can't hsvc comfortable fcrt if you continue to wear ordinary shoes with sagging arches. Arth Preserver Shoes ith the contatlnl arch bridjc keep your fret vigorous ami healthy because a comfortable and feet you SkI of them. should You Rroaddus brother and her husband. W at Lexington, pent the wih Mr. East-Moo- re Kln-nair- d. e, Miss Minnie Fnncis East, of Duck-ey- e and Mr. Ray Moore, of Uradshnw Mill were united in marriage Novem ber 20th., by Judge Treadway in the presence of Mrs. Ren Motly, of Lex- normal support is provided. Arch Preserver Shoes arc in good stle, always, enabling you to luve your fect look aj you with. d con-fine- wh ington. The bride Is the pretty and attractive daughter of Mrs. IjUcy East nnd has only seen seventeen years filled with pleasure and happiness. She was a student of the Uuckcye High School. Her many ichool friendt will regret to loose such nn excellent tchool mate. The groom is the seventeen year old ton of Mr. and Mr. Philip Moore. He is to be congratulated on winning M W. SHITfl. t. t V KEEIS Tilt; a0 KUOT WTIX MY STOCK OF Merchandise and Fixtures g. Htrald. ted. GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS SHOES, RUBBER GOODS, BOOTS. O'BRYAN OVERALLS, Outing Cloth aMd Heavy Underwear. Look before buying. C. K. Engle Mitt Elizabeth Salter wa host last Marilee Lear, teacher at Versailles High School, has been spend- night at a bullet (upper for about I ing a few day with her parent, Mr. fifty, complimenting Miss Madge i Isaacs nnd Mr. Robinson Cook, at I and Mrs. V. A. Lear. which time announcement wa made' Mr. and Mr. John N. Drown and of their engagement, which wa most I Mr. Thurman Drown, of Louliville, attractively done by little cuplds on spent last Friday In Hlchmond, the tho plates in the form of little tele fciiesti of Mr. Jennie Slavin. graph messengers who bore the glad Margaret Robinson, Mr. tidings to the company assembled. Mr. Theodore Currey, Mr. Coleman Gul-le- y The house was handsomely decorated and Miss Carrie Lee Romans were In' winter flower, with yellow and visitors In Lexington tho past week. white prevailing. The dining room was most attractive In yellow, with Mr. and Mr. Horace Poole, Mr. a large basket of yellow chrysantheand Mrs. Jack Doty, all of Lexington, mum for center piece, and at thl were dinner guests of Miss Lena table, Mrs. W. L. Kenneth, of Louis- Uright and Mr, Gaylo Doty Sunday. ville, lerved coffee. A most delicious Mis FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN POSESSION NOW OR JANUARY 1st Coy S. Sanders LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 7, 1922 -- Beasley's Chriftmas Party By Christmas k -"- p-rt ft BOOTH TARKINCTON itosrriiki latfg O' . IJAATU TARKINGTON -- r litrs A Bretkers a "Ladlea and gentlemen, I will now address you upon lit following aubjecl. Why W Cll Chrlatmae Tim Hi Ileal Tim.' th Chriatmaa la th best tlm kindest tint. Nobody kind without lectin at least a llttl happy. 60, of court. either way about, th happiest tlm 11m I hsf bwiiH II U rtr flt very e aveceieT The tuaplp-bortle- SV M . I this tlm. Th moit thing our beautiful bbbbbbbbbbbV can trn Ur; and ar for th that rrion, and In remembrance of On itar, w set randU on th tree ' ar aaV to b tar In th BBBBBM ',jW house. tlm th klndt 1 nn no eat; theru ns nothlnc tlicre alreet wai thick. licliOMlli the window except till an n rountrr Sunday; so quiet d cniM. that there seemed nn echo to my A llcht ahoiu' In tho linlhvny heldntl It was four o'clock In the mom- - the hrmiil front dir; ouof tluxe wn Itic; clear October moonllcht mlstctl It sllh.iurtto 11k nf, ,,.,,,1, ... ....... ........... i mil thin tljure of a mull In n lone shadowy aldeunlk and lay like atretic IlI.fllll,,(m, ,ir,.Uli:.;wn. clote-croipefoot-ste- I. ' j i I ,,,,, Christmas of So w mak tlm a BBBBBh aw jJH ' cold against, th IIOOTIt outdoor that I. Ilk cold of TAltKIMlTON th other seasons, not so kind. We Ml our hundred candle on th tree and keep them brlitht throughout the Christmas time, for while they hlne upon u we hav light to e thla life, not aa a battle, but aa th march of a mighty fellowship! Ladle and gentle-meI thank lout" 11 right and left a lo an bowed to audlenr politely applaudlnc. and while old Hob et hi fiddle to hi chin and scraped the preliminary measure of a quadrille. Ileaaley wa back In an Inetant. shouting a he cam: Take your pardnera! Ilalanc all'" Such wa David Ilenaley'a speech and I he beiclnnln; of the strangest Chrlalma party aver eorvelved by th brain uf man. Tou wilt hav to read It to understand th atory. As a narrative. It la fit to ro a Ion it with th Immortal Christmas Carol of Charles Dickens, and llluttratea again th marry aides to th genius of llooth Tarklngton. Tarklngton. born at Indianapolis, and educated for th law, became a newspaper man. He deserted that field to enter politics and served for two years In the Indiana legislature. The experience rove him the Idea for hla first book, a political novel, entitled "The Gentleman From Indiana." It was Instsntly successful and launched Ita author on a brilliant career. I In has since written novels tased en business, social, historical, romantic and many other subjects, lie I, a master of humor and character as well aa of plot and narrative. Some of his greatest hits hav been stories showing the humorous sides of childhood and youth. Twice since lilt he has won th Pulitzer prli for th best look of th year dealing with American life and manners. with-dremuch-covet- ahln and ttara warmly they PBusI SYNOPSIS TAItT I. Newcomer tn a email town. a young newspaper man. who tells the story. Is amased by the unaccountable actlona of a man who. from the window of a fine house, apparently has converse I persunage. particularly I with Invisible mentioning on "Kimpledorla." Th youth I goea to hi boarding houae, the horn of i Mrs. Apperthwalt. nest door to th seen I of th Strang proceedings, bewildered. I'AIIT II. Next morning he discover hla strange neighbor la th Hon. Davfcl Ilrasley, prominent politician, and universally respected. Telling of hi last nkht' experience, he Is markedly by a fellow boarder, a Mr. George Dowden. Later, with Miss Apperthwalt. he Is an unseen witness of a purely Imaginary Jumping contest between lleas-le- y Miss and a "1IIU Ilammtrsley." Apperthwalte appears deeply concerned. there apparently being no posslbl ex-- 1 planatlon of th atrange proceedings. Intel-rupt, ! I'AIIT III. The reporter learn that Ileasley and Miss Apperthwalte had at ' time been engaged, and that th young lady had broken the engagement ' because of Ileasley's "lack of Imaglna- tlon." "mystery" of "Simple-dorla- " he PAIIT and "II1II Ilammersley" Is ex- Ilrasley la rarPlalne.1 by Mr. ltowden. ing for a email boy, Hamilton Hwlft, Junior, a helpless Invalid bodily though mora than ordinarily bright mentally, the on of dear friends whn ar dead, and "Himpledoria" and ' Hill Hatnmersley" I ana in small are creature ot lieaji.-r-s boy's Imagination. Ileasley humoring th Utile sufferer by th "play acting." one lV.-T- Th reporter becomes ae. I'AIIT tuatnted with David Ileasley and la Invited to hla home, where he meet Hamilton Hwlft, Junior, and hla circle ot "Invisibles," which Ileasley and tlrorse Dowden tun made very real to the child. 1s a strong candiI'AIIT date for his tarty ifubernatoruil nomination, his rh.ef enemy being on hlmeon InI'eck, a dividual. The reporter Is sent by his rliy editor to see I'eck. who declares he las "something on" Ileasley. I'eck and a number of his cronies, with two ret out for Heasleya house, wl... Peck declarea Is th renter of Christmas festivities to which Ileasley has not deUned to tnvlt his party'a workers, to whom, however, he look a for aupport In his political aaplratlona Aasured of his oming triumph. I'eck Invites (leorg Dowdeiv as Ileasley' clorst iersonal and polliicel friend, to Join th party, tauntinx mm with th fact of hla not blng considered aood enough socially to 1m entertnlne.1 by Ileasley. Watching from th outside, he DeasUy and hla colored servitor Hob. s hough apparently stone In a brightly Illuminated room, with a merntfl cnUy decorated Christmas tree, seemingly entertaining a larg number ot guests. Miss Apperthwalt ha Joined I'eck'a party, anJ, oonsldtraltv mystlfled they await devtlopmenla. They hear DavH Ileasley (Dowden declares, for th first tlm In his life) mak a (erh, hi only auditor apparently being Old Hob. though he talks follas It addressing a larg gath-rl- by himself. owing th apeech, Ileasley, a "quadrille." with amailng danea detail, and a full complementridel. of Ity to Invlatbl partner, reck Is Jubilant, Insisting that Ileasley la rrasy and that h will hav th nwt "all over town" to- orrow. MU Apperthwalt I bewlidsred. he dance concluded, th watchers for th ftrt tlm becom awar of th prs-enr- a ot Hamilton Hwlft. Junior, and all MU raalls that IMvId Ilasley-l- n no Imagiopinion a man ot whole actum to nation luaa devised th alv Lleaaure to his little crippled ward. The reporters iiromlaa I'eck th atory will be "all over town' iw.oo.rviw, anu it.a i.i.onlJual realise how greatly th human I 'eret of th atory will elrtngthen Heaa-ler'- a II rstlres crestfallen. Boattloa. Mmm Apperthwalt. Uwdn and th youstr reporter Join BeaaUy'a "party." ska yaua. lady humbly betog th of "Juat eae foot. It a ChrUtmaa V. small-soulemean-thlnkln- g i . n. to inaki? of .. . , .. Wnlnwr Kht Moniluc !patch. rau;ht yotii " "l".., ":, I hntl nlrtady murk.,1 that houe a ilcnlli uf colli, rovltii; out at sut-- nn the llnest (to my tnate) In Walawrlcht, hour. Hut there." he ttiutlnut'd, mure I.. I.lit a ...t . a,m ny -- w,.,v .uri. piihti. frel L . ":v m. vou-- r Mf now" . hi..i . inr milium n u4vti jvniuu.i; Ho close,! tho door, aud I henrd hln. .... vv hmij u iivvi ..... . . lilt nin !. r. where I llTeii. had nothing; to cood. p?" t': om fMenliiB-- : r,,u't" Nov. however. J nj.proachl Ita pur-- 1 Stmptedorla ,1s nil right only lleu with n pleasure In It quite una!' loed, for I wn at last myself n rest' little rhlll.tl. Ill lirltiz hint up In dent (albeit nf only one day'. atand-Inc- ) jour fire." ! went on my way In n condition or of Wnlnwrlsht. nnd the Iioum. thotiKh ! Iiad not' e.ven an Idea who nKtouUhnient that eiifcnderetl, almost j doubt of my cye; for If my alsht llreil there iart of my isssessloo n I a citizen. Moreover, I might eujoy the wna uniiniirei nn.i uiyseii not nut. to optlrnl r mental delusion, itel j wnrmer pride of a ' for Mrs. Aperthwnll'. where I hntl ther boy nor dog nor bird nor cat. nor i any other object of this visible w.trbl taken n room, was Just IwyoDik enler.il that owned door. Was Tills wna the quietest part of Wain- - '" n pla.vor.-nl- l wrlght; Imalnesa stopped abort of It. my "llnest" house, th wandering sho.tr.. who crtnie home nnd the "fashionable residence see- - j tlon" bad overleaiKtl this "forgotten to nx- -t at four In the morning? It wan only n slop t.i Mri". Apper backwater," leaving It undUturbed and In with the key umhnnglns. with that look about It Ihwnlto'a; I let which Is the quality of few urban that good lady hnd given me, stole up quartera. and eventually of none, aa n to my room, went to my window, and nrn the rnnl nt the home' n city tho look of ninn-town growl to still beluga neighborhood. Thla friend-- ' next door. The front window In the neees.nrlly llnest- - ol nppeartitieo was largely the second atory, I belongetl to that room In which the emanation of the homely and i llrfitcd,: but all wa ful house which o greatly plennil my Inmp had fniicy. dark there now. I went to lied, nnd why 1 dreamei! Hint I was out at eea In n It might lie difficult to thought It tho "finest" house In Wain- -' fog. hnvlng embnrke.1 on a tranpar- v.hoe prepoiierous nnme.. wrlglit. for a slmpltr atructure would . cut dend-bigbe hard to Imagine: It was merely n Inwrlhed uwm glass old fahloned brick house, painted lug here nnd there from an Invisible ".Sluipliiloria." brown nnd very plain, act well nway rnll. w from the street among roue splendid j II. forest trees, with a fair spread of fiat I Mrs. ApperthwalteV was a commo- - j lawn. Hut It gave back a grvat deal for your glimce. Just as some jicople rilnus old house, the greater part of It I do. It was a large house, an I say. yet of about the same age, 1 Judged, as lit It looked not like n mansion but like nelshlMir: but the late Mr. AplH-ra home; and made you wish that you thwaltc had caught the Munwird fever of the lute '.Seventh, and the building lived In It. Or. driving by. of an eveupon him, had ning, you would have liked to atop disease, once faMem-your car and go In: It fjsike so sure- netcr known n eoflvnlescence. but. the token j ly of henrty. oldfahloned peoplo liv- rather, a series of ing there, who would welcome you nf which. In the nature of a cujiola and a couple of frame turrets, were terrlmerrily. ml-- 1 It looked like a house where there fylngly apparent. These romantic eetned to mo flnt Inhar- - j placements were a grandfather and n grandmother; where holidays were warmly uionlous with the library, a cheerful and pleasnntly shabby apartment kept; where there were liolsterou , where I found (over a family reunions to which uncles and aunt, who had been born there, would substratum of history, encyclopedia, return from no matter what distances; and family Itlble) mine worn old of "flodev's tally's Itoofc." an a house where big turkeys would bo on the table often; where one called early edition of Cooper works; Scott. "tho hired man." (and named either Ittilwer, Mneanlay. Hymn, and Tennyson, completer some old volumes of Aimer or Ole) would crack wnlnuls upon a llatlron clutched between his Victor Huso, of the elder Pumas, of knees on the back iiorch; It looked Flaubert, of Haulier, nnd of llnlznc; C'larW-ii- ." "lJlbi Itnokh." "The like a house where they plnyed cha"Iteuhih." "Unrtln." "I.nelle." rades; where there would he long streamers of evergreen nnd doiena of Tnrle Tom's Tnldn." wreath of holly at Christmas time; "Trllhr." "She." "Ml tie !ird Fiitllitleror:" nnd of n litter d.vade. there; when there were tearful, happy weddings and great throwing of rice lifter were novels about those dellcntely tanlittle brides, from the hrond front gled emotion ettHTtenceil by the susteps: In n word. It was tlm aort of n preme few; and stories of adventurous young ! house to make the hearts of spinsters royalty; tales of ;nti some tnirif Ainerlcnn manhoodand hnchelors very lonely nnd wistful und that Is about as near as I can volumes of rather precious ;crse. ( come to my reason for thinking It the Twas amid tbene romanllc scenes, lunch- j llnest house In Walnwrlght. that I nwalted the sound of the Its bell (wht'h for me was the uunounce-men- t The uioou hung kindly level door In tho silence of that Ocof brrnkfust). wbtn I nrue from! muler Mr. my llrst night's slumln-rtober morning, as I checked ray gait roof; nnd 1 wotiderei! to loiter along the picket fence; but suddenly the house xhowed n light of If the hooks wen a fair mirror of Miss Its own. The spurt of n match too Apierthwnlta mind (I had been told my eye tn one of the upp.-- windows, that Mr. Appcrthwnlte had a daughthen n steadier glow of ornnge told ter). Mrs, Apperthwalte herself. In inn that a lamp was lighted. The winher youth, might have sat to nn Illusdow was 0!cned, and n mnn looked trator of Hcott or Itulwer. Kven now out and whistled loudly. you could see she hnd mine as near I stopped, thinking he meant to atbeing romantically iMBtitlful us wa projHT for snrh n timid, tract my atvntlon; that something might b wroug; Hint erhnps winie-ongi'litle little gentlewomnn as she was. was needed to go for n doctor. My Iletliiced. by her hifband'a Insolvency mistake wn Immediately evident, how(nilnrldetit Willi hi demise) to "keepever; I stood In the shadow of the ing bonrderx," she did It gracefully, ns treea bordering the sidewalk, and the If Hie urgency thereto were only n man nt the window hud not seen me. spirit of quiet hospitality. It should 'Hoy I liny!" he called, softly. be uddiil In haste I hat she set an ex"Where tire you. Himpledoria cellent table. He leaned from the window, looking Moreover. Hie guests who gathered you are!" he nt her board were of it very attractive downward. "Why, there exclnltned, mid luni'il to uddress some description. I decided tho lintnnt Invisible Mrson within the room. "He'i my eye fell tim the lady who sat opright thero underneath the window. posite me ut lunch. I knew at once He leaned him up." I'll bring that she wits Mls Appcrthwnlte, the nut again. "Walt there. SlmpledorlnP "went s'." " "'T ""J"' '"'r lie culled. "Ill be down lit a Jiffy nnd molber; nothing could have. he.-- more let you In." suitable. Mrs. ApnTlhwnlte was the i'uzxled, I stared nt tho vacant lawn kind of woman whom you would before me. The clear moonlight relo have a beautiful daughter, und vealed It brightly, and It wa empty of Mls Apiierfliualte more than fultllled any living presence; ther were no her mother" promise. bushes nor shrubberies nor eveti I guesei her to be more thnu Juliet shadows Hint could have been misCaptll'i's age, Indeeil, yet still betaken for a hoy, If "Slmpledorla" was tween that am! the ivrfe-- t ng. o' boy. Ttnr was uo dog tn sight; woman. 8li wu of larger, fuller, pnn'ntMlverf..suiK.thhousoofiny; rk on the, ,n? from my flnt uljf. ... .... ,. BlWrwlnj! .,.,,.,,,, ,,, i.... . - ::..?:. if ir ... I ,,,. ,ur : I, tr , melf l J tt d . I y i , wl llfe-belt- - relr.i. down-stairs- vol-nin- "Ilen-Htir,- - "dean-llinhw- - e s o f mediately began to question in about my work, making hi determination tn glte me no opportunity ngaln tn mention the Honorable Duvld Itensley uu necessarily conspicuous a I thought I could only roucludti that some unpleasantness hnd arisen between himself and Ileasley, probably nf political origin, since they were IhiiIi In politics, and of personal (and consequent ly bitter) development: and that Mr. Dowden found the mention of Hens-lenot only unpleasant to himself but a possible cmbnrrnssmeut to the ladle (who, I supposed, were aware of the quarrel) on Ids account. After lunch, not hnvlng In report at the ottlce Immedlstcly, I took unto my self the solace of n cigar, which kepi me company during n stroll nhotit Mrs Apn'rtliwalteV enNicloua yard. In the row rear I found an garden the hushes long since bloom less and now brown w lilt autumn and I pared Its graveled potlis up nnd down, nt the same tltnw favoring Mr. house with n covert study Hint would, have done credit to n for the sting of my blunder at Hie table wa quiescent, ot nt lest neutralized, under the Itrh of curiosity fnr from aatlsfle.1 mnrerntiig the Interesting promises tinxt door .own. I The gentleman In the iln-l- ng wns sure, could hav bwu no other than the Honorable) David Itenslej himself. He came not lu cyewhot now neither he nor any other; them wa no sign nf life stxrtlt the place. That (Mirtlon of his yard whlc't lay lehlnd the house was not within my vision. It Is true, his pwtierty belug hese sej-rated from Mrs. Apperthwalte' by r board fence higher than a tall man could reach: but there) was no soum' froui the olhere side in this purtltlon snve that tium1 by the quiet moveMrs. Apperthwalt Wis the Kind of ment f rusty leave lu tlm bmeze. whet My cigar was at Woman Whom You Would Expect Mrs. ApjT to Have a Btautlfui Daughter, and the green lattice door am More Than FulMiss Apperthwalt thwrdte' back iirch wa saueei Mis Apperthwalte. bearing filled Her Mother's Promise. of milk. Issued therefrom, followed me. She made the presentation genhastily, by a very white, fst cat. with - of eral; nnd ! bail the ciiK'rlencin pink ribbon ronud lis uek. a ilbran' a nod nnd n slow- glance. In nose, nnd filed, voracious rye up which there was a sort of dusky, estilifted to It saucer. The Indy slid lie mating brilliance, from the beautiful cat offered to view group as pn-lllady opposite me. as a popular pointing; It was et.tt Im It might hav been better mannered proved when. stiiplug. MIm Aper for we to address myself to Mr. Dowthwalte set the uurr upon the den, or one of the very nice elderly ground, and, continuing In thst po women, who were my fellow-guestture. stroked the cat. To bend so fat than to oMti a conversation with JfUs Is a test nf a wotnau's grace. I have but I did not stop to observed. think of that. She tnrned her face toward me and "You bare a splendid old home next smiled. "I'm ilniot at the age, you door to jou hen-- . Mis Apperthwalte," see." I aald. "It's a prlvllego to rind It In j "What age?" 1 ake.l. stupidly j enough. view fnm my window." There was a faint stir as of some, "When we take to rata." she said e like to rail cousternatlnn In the little company. rising. "'Splnsterhor The elderly ladles toped talking 'fllnle;blesednes " " It und exrhiiii;e glances, though1 That I your kind henrt. You dethis was not nf my observation at Hie cline to make oo of u happy to Hit moment. I think, lint recurred to my despair of nil the coiisclotisnciut later, when I bad She laughed at this, though with ne my blonder. very genuine mirth. I marked, and let "May I ak who lives there?" I purmy 1W0 attempt nt gallantry imst sued. without retort. allowed her noMiss Apperthwa!t "You seemed lntcmte1 In the old She Indicated Mr ticeable Inshes tit cover her eyes for place yonder." an Instant, then looked up agnln. llealey's hnu wllh a nod. "A Mr. Ileasley," she snld. "Oh. I understood my blunder." I "Not the Honorable Duvld snld. quickly. "I wish I had known I exclaimed. the subject wa embarrassing or un with a certain pleasant to Mr Dowiteii." "Yes," she gravity which I afterward wiahrd had "Vhat made you think Hint?" checked me. "Do )ott know him?" "Sumly," I ald. "you saw bow "Not In person," I explained, "You pointedly he rut me off." (bought fully "Yes," she svtv I've written a good denl about Mm. I wan with Hie SpenrervHIe "He rather did. It's true. At least. 1 Journal until u few- - days ago, und seo how you got that Impression." She know-- who's uvwti In tho country' seemed tojtiuu- - upon this, letting bet who In politic over the Mate. Hons-lay'- s eye fall; then, raising them, allow cd gaze to nst upon tlir the man that went to Congress her atid never made u speechlit er made house bejond the fence, und wild, "II vun a motion to adjourn but got evIs an lnteretng old place." erything his district wanted. There's "And Mr. Ilensley himself" I talk of him for gotrnior." -In.l.Hiir "Oh." she snld. "he Isn't Interesting "Ami so It's the Honorable David That's his trouble!" Ilrasley who lives In that splendid "You mean hla Inuible not with jdace. I low curious that 1st" She Interrupted me, "Whyr asked Mlsa Apiierthwalte. sudden, surprising energy, "I mean "It seems too big for one man." I ho'a a man of no Imnglnntlon." answered; "nnd I'te alVays had the "No Imagination'" I exclaimed. " luipn-MloJfot one ounce Mr. Ileasley was n "None In the world NM one grain!" of Imagination! "Vrs," she said, rather slowly, "he "Then who," I cried "or what I filmpledorla?" I." live there "Simple what?" she said, ptalnlyl 'Itnt of cotirs.? he all alone." I supposed, nloiid. "proln mystified. "Slmpledorla." ably he has " she repented, nnd "Slmpledoria "No. There's no one else except a laughed. "What In the world Is that?" couple nf colored servants." "You never henrd of It before?" "What a crime I" I exclaimed. "If "Never In my life." there ever was n house meant for a "You've lived next door to Sir. Ileaslarge family, that one Is. Can't you aliuoit hear It crying out for heaps ley n long time, haven't you?" 1 and henps of romping children? "All my life." should think" "And I upMs. you must know him I wa Interrupted by n loud cough pretty well." "What next?" she mild, smiling. from Mr. Ifciwdcn, so abrupt nnd arti"You snld he lived thero all alone," ficial that his Intention to rheck t hallow of my Innocent prattle was em- I went on, tentatively. "Kxcept for an old colored couple, barrassingly obvious twen to met "Can you tell me," he said, leaning hi servants." "Can you tell me " I hesitated. forward aud following up tho Interhe ever been thought well, ruption as hastily aa possible, "what "Ha the farmers were getting for their queer? " "Never P she anawemd, emphatwheat when you left Hprnccrvlller' I answered, and ic II y. "Never anything so 'exciting I "Ono twenty-tlvw,deadly and hnielessly commonfelt my ear growing red wllh mortification. Too late, I remembered that place." She picked up the aucvr, now In a community should matter wllh inc." tho guard his tongue among the native exceedingly empty, and iwt It upon until he ha unraveled the skein of a shelf by the lattice door, "What i was It ubout what wa that name? tbolr relationships, alliances, Slmpledorla?'" a, precept not unand private war "I will tell yotV I mUL Aad I i like the- classic Injunction : Aux-rtliwnlty xirch-cllmbea half-lengt- more striking type' than Mrs, Apcr-thwaltn bolder type one might put Mo might It though hare been c great Ural bolder than Mm. without IoIf)K hold. Certainly alia win handsome enough to make II young fellow to keep difficult for Slip hail un from ' staring at tier. abundance of very soft, dark balr, n worn n I most austerely, at If Ita necessitated repression, and I am coBiMlcil to admit Hint her fine eye expmssetl distant conteinpln-Uo- n obiouiy of linlilt not of mood so pronmiuccd that one of her enemies) (If sha hnd any) might have dcscrllied llinu aa "dreamy." Only one other of my own sex wn present nt tlm lunch table, n Mr. Dow-dt-an elderly lawyer and politician nf whom I tint! heurd, mid to whom Mrs. ounlnc In after llio rest of ti wen antel. lnlrtMlurel e, Appcr-thwalf- Tea, my dsrHng daughters Hang your clothe on the hickory Math, Hut don't go near th water, llowevqr. In my contusion I warmly tated regretted my failure to follow It. and resolved not lo blunder again. Mr. Dowden thanked me for the Information fur which he) had no rent ilelre. and, the elderly ladles again Inking up (with all too evident relief) their various mild debates, he Inquire! If I played bridge. "Hut I forget," lie milled. "(If course you'll lie nt the Despatch office In the evenings, and Im- can't Ins here." After which ho attention. ported In Then was nothing "far away" nlmut her eyes now; they wore widely and Intently alert. When I finished, she shook her head slowly as If quite dumfounded, and altered her maltlon, leaning against the bark of the bench and gating straight before her without speaking It waa plain that her neigh Wa lehavWr had rrvealod a phaso of hla character novel enough to be startling. might be Just "Ono explanation biirely possible," I said. "If It Is. It Is the most nunarkable case of somnambulism on reconl. Did you ever hear of Mr. Ibstsley's walking In She touched me lightly but peremptorily on the nrtn In wnrnlug, and I stopped. On the other side of the In detail thf frlnnUr perform In ance nf which I had been a wline the late moonlight before that mom Ing's dawn. A I talked, we half unconsciously moved across the lawn her. finally seating nurselves upon a bench beyond Hie roebcds and near the high fence. The Interest my In the narratlnu exhibited might have surprised me had my nocturnal experience Itself been Irs surprising. She Interrupted me now and ejaculathen wllh little, tions of acute wonder, but Ml for the miit wrt with her elbow un her kneo and her chin In her hand, her fnco turned eagerly to mine and her lip ti liv-g- el his" it d ) She Touched Me Lightly but Peremptorily on th Arm In Warning, and I Stepped. fenrt" a door otved crrnklly. ami there sounded a loud and cheerful voice thst of the gvutlemsn In the Imnl dressing-gown- . nt." per-rvlv- ' far-nun- n. g to" bucb-elor.- diM-sn- 't " Mi-rel- new-com- er - come-!- " It said; "me and big Hill Hsmtnersley. I want to show lUII I can Jump anyway three time s far a he can ' Come on. Hill." "Is that Mr. Ileasley' voice?" I stV.il. under my bmath. Miss nodded In affirmation. "Could be have heant me?" "No," she nhltprred. "He's Just nim out of the house-.- " And then to herself. "Who tinder beaten Is Hill I neter heard of hltnP Ilammersley? "Of iiiiirse. Hill." said the voice beyond tlm fetecc. "If you're afraid III bent yon too badly, you've still got time to back out. I did understand ymi to kind of hint that you were considerable of n Jumper, but If What? Whnt'd you say. Hill?" There ensued a moment's complete silence. "Oh, nil right," Hie voice then continued. "You say joti'm In Ibis to win, do you? Well, so'm 1. Hill Ilammersley; so'm I. Who'll go first? Me? All right frotii Hie edge of Hie wnlk hem. Now then I One two three' list A sound came to our entw of some one landing hentlly and nt full length. It seiined tin the turf, fob lowed by a slight, nity groan In the same voice. "I.'gh' Ison't you laugh. Hill Ilammersley! I bnven't Jumped as much as I ought tn. these Inst twenty yearn; I rrrknn I've kind of lost the hang of It. Aha!" Thero were Indication thnt Mr. Ileasley was picking himself up, and bruihlng Ids trousers with Ids linnds, "Now-- , It's your turn. Illll. What say?" Kllcnce again, followed by. "Yea, I'll make Simple-dnstget out of th way. Co&hi here, Slmpledorla. Now, Hill, put your heels together on the edgp nf the walk, TliHt's right. All nady? Now then! One for the money two for the show thme to make ready aud four for tn OOP Another silence. "Ity Jingo, Hilt Ilammersley, you've lient me I II. ha' That wu a Jump! What say?" Silence once mom. "Yotf ay you can do even Mter than that? Now, Illll, don't brag. Oh f you say that wu up In Scotland, where you spring-boardhad a Oho! Alt right; let' see how far you can Jump when you really try. Them! Heels on the walk ii gain. That's right; awing your arm, Ono two ilireo I There you got" Another silence. "Zing I Well, sir, I'll bo snltchod to flinders If you didn't do It that time, IHII Himmrrsleyl I see I runcr really saw any Jumping before In all my bom day. It's eleven fret If It' an Inch. What? You say you H j I heard no mom, for Mis Apperthwalte, her face flushed and her eye ahlnliig, beckoned me) Impersonally to follow her, and departed so hurrlsstiy that K Btiwt be sals' aa raa. "Hem we e f n ? Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 7, 1922 ' "I don't know," Mid !, keeping m lion nt n minstrel show." "Hush I" she warned me, though we were already t a safe distance, and did not speak again until we had reached the front walk. There she pausd, and I noted that she wai trembling and, no doubt cormty, Judged her emotion to lc that of con- her elbow, "whether f more Ilk 'Alice' or Hie Interlocutor's converw sternation. "Thrro wn no enp there r she "He was all lr himself! It Just thn same- a what J on mw last night!" "Kvldentty." "Did It Hound to you" there waa little awed tremor In her voice that I found very apealln "did It round to you like n rwm who'd lout his "I don't know," I wild. "I don't know at all what to make of It." "He muldn't hare been" her eyea grew very wide "Intoxicated!" "No. I'm sure It wasn't that." "Then I don't know what to make of It, either. All that wild talk about Hill llnmmersley' and '.Stmplcdorla' In Hcnttand aud " and spring-boarJuniji," t sug"And tin eleven-foo- t gested. "Why. there'a nn more n 'Hill JInm roerslry,'" Hie crlc., with a geturc of excited emphasis, "limn there la a 'Klmplcdorln'!" "Ho II nppenrs," I agreed. "lle'a lived there all alone," she aid, solemnly. "In that his houoe, so long. Jut Kitting there evening after evening, all hy himself, never going out, never reading anything, not even thinking; hut Juat silting and sitting Well," she broke off, nnd silting uddenly, shik the fruwn from her forrhnut, and made we the offer of a datxllnr smile, "there'a no use Iwlh cring one own head alxwit It." "I'm glad to hate a so eVrle I might hare I Mid. "Il concluded there wn something the matter with me." "You're going In onr work I" lie nked. a 1 turned toward the gate, "fin very glad I don't have to g u mine." "Your!" I Inquired, rather ManVlr. "I teach nlgeHrti nnd jilnne Kinmeiry at the High rlnl." nald thl !Uiirl-Inyouns womati Thank Heaven, Ifa SntunWiy' Vm rending I.e enihle for tlx- - wtenth time, and I'm gitiiC to Imtc n real orgy over and the barricade thl afternoon I" fellow-witness," g lowers got oat m lilm In ml imlsvi time made the i Mllcnl miinneci crjr. He wa th Tlrst nnd readiest prey for every (mini mid swlmlbr thn' came tn Wnlnwrljtlit I heard, and yet. In spite of till and ir til hatred of "secch-mnklng(' .tc's a silent n flrnnir mM one Informant). Iir hnd n large practice, n l wa one of the most mrcful lawyer In Hir stale One story they lotd if hint (or, as they Were apt to n II. on" lilm) wn repented mi often Mint I nw II hat! hceome one of tin Imvti' l rr.illt lont One bitter evculiu n February, they wa approached upou Hi related, street by n ragged, whining nml sldv. talk of Tteaslry there. T tipnne If may have been a little cmharrnlng for evrrybody eeclally If Ann Ap perthwnlte heahl you." "Ann? That' MIm AptierthwalteT Vea; I wa apeaklng directly tn her. Why riiouldn't he have heard mol Rhe tnlkeil of htm hrraelf a little later mlndr roollidi, contented smile of lit. I'd" have gone mad If It had lasted any longer!' I asked her If she thought married life consisted very largely of conversation between husband and wlfej and she answered that even married life ought to have some poetry In It. 'Some romance, she said, Vomo soul I And he Just comes nnd and nt some length, too." "She did!" My conln tnpicd rock sit. she said, 'and sit and slta nnd Ing, and me with her glittering sits and sit! And I enn't benr It any longer, and I've told him io.'" eye. "Well, of ni:r "I'oor Mr. Itenslcy." I aald. "Is H mi sunMlngr Tlie lady gave her boat to the wares "I think, 'I'oor Aim again. "Ann Apperthwalte thlnka retorted my cousin. "I'd like to kin.w about lilm still she said, with some- If there" nnythlng nicer than Just to thing like vlndlrtlveness, "I've nlwnys suiected It. She thought you were new to the plnre nnd didn't know anything about It all, or anybody to mention It lo. That's It I" "I'm still new to the place." I urged, "nnd still don't know anything about MONEY to LOAN If you want to biy a home you can borrow the money and pay It back on the Installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now ne r Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. : : 2 Rfoeii, President. Miss Sue Sltelbj Mitcn, Srtlj-Trta- s. IN1T. HEBRON laiville, were here day. huntlnj Thanks-Rivin- i; all." They ued to be engaged," was her succinct nnd emphatic nnwer. It I found It hut loo Illuminating. oh'" I rrlinl. "Oh, "I was an Innocent, wnrn't II" "I'm glad she doe think of lilm," aid my coulti. "It serve her right I only hop, lie-cn- he won't find It out. he'a n ior. faithful crenture; he'd Jump at the chance tn Inke her bark -- nnd she doesn't deserve him." "How long lin It ben," I asked ( "since they used to lie engaged!" "Oh, a good while Ave or six year" e ago, I more, time sklp J V? aionc .vnn .vpi'ennwane s no riura en, you know." (Such wn the lady's "Tliey got engaged Jnt expression.) after she came home from college, and " of all the Idiotically romantic glrl "Hut she's n teacher," I Interrupted , think--mnyb- At )ll. ler-Tnl- to Know soma of My on the Dttpatch, and ta Pick Up Acquaintances Htra and Thtra About Tvn, I Somatlma, Madt Mr. Btasler tht Subject of Inquiry, I 0gn "Ye." She nodded wisely. "I al ." way thought that explnlned It; lite romance I a reaction from the aln, " gebra. I never kneav a iierson conwith mathematlcsornstronomy ' Inectcl or rny of thoe exact j who didn't have a croxy streak t In 'em somewhere. They've got to Idow off steam and be foolish to make up for putting In so much of their time ' I Think, 'Poor Ann nt hard sene. Hut don't you think Retorted My Cousin. that I dislike Ann Apperniwa!te..Mie s 11 H with a love- "nl ' " always been one of my be friend; w"" nM Ihnt- -n man who under-that's why I feel at liberty tn abme her and I always will abtie her stands thing, and think nnd llnten poc I """ smiiea instenn or everiasimgiy wheti I think how she treat.-I I "of mathemntle." Hi ApperUe!" i Mr i. W. U C'Tavt is quite sick nt this writing. The luby of Mr. nnd Mrs. Innc Jnmes has tonsllitis. Chicken Vox has been raginc in the school here for scvern! days. Mrs. Spratt is the tcueit of Mrs. Kiixnbeth Onstott at this place. Mr. and Mm. DillartI llrumdcld a number of frfendj and relative to dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Crolc McKcchine nnd ltev. Manlcy, were guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. MontRomcry Sunday. Mewrf Woclford and Walter Scott nnd Mr Chas. Crawford, of Nlcho- - Mr. Kdd nnd Grow dnughtrr, Fcldn and neirc, MIm I.ucy Grow, spent Sniurday night and Sunday with his father Mr. W. .V. firow. Mrs. Florence Crawford and children, of Sulphur Well, were the guests of Miss Mollte Crawford last Thursday. They were accompanied home by Mr. J. H. Crawford. spent Thanksgiving , Prof. Little with n friend near FleminKsburj. Miss Fields with her mother nt Mayt-vlllMlts Holtzclaw nt her home at Gilberts Creek nnd Miss Doolin with her slitcr, Mrs. Clnude Sparks, near Ounn's Chapel. e, NICE ter, CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE I wish to sell privately, my rrsidoncc on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- i '' j ' Modcrnly equipped with CITY WATER AND LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 1923. Those desiring to look over property may call me over Pnint Lick phone 11-R. "A It happen." I remarked. "1'vu r the "How did she treat hlmT by which he had varlou lngenultle Mr. Itensley talk." Tlirew htm over out of a clear sky worn mil the (mtlence of the charity one night, that's ill. Just sent lilm "Why. of course he tnlks," she I orpiHlrntlou. He aked I lea ley for nnd broke his heart: that K It turned, "when there's any real use In Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rancy and BUCKEYE a dime. lealey had no money In hi would have hern broken If he'd had It. And Ie talk to children ; he'a thnl I III. Klvarce Carter, of Lancaster, , Mieket, but gate the man hi over I do not know why It hnuld have ' any kind of dltofltlon except the one kind of it man." Miss Sallic Noel continues about spent Thanksgiving: with Mr. and II ie to nml that Ml Ap coat went Iim wltlii'in any lilmlf nitimlihfd the Ixird Messed him with Just all "I mennt u particular lntnnce," I Mrs. Robert Carter. Iwrthwalto wa a teacher of tnathe-aintl- r and pet "'I wwk in bed with n Imd optimism nnd cheerfulness and meaning to see If she could the same. of ptietimonta a the direct re lneierl-encii- t eae Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Ticratt, Mr. eveept that (to my ila'a never cured give me any clew to Ilttt llammersley Several from here attended court e)o) he didn't )oik It. She ult. Ill henrfMary aold the oter-ent- . for anyttody else, and I guess ho never and Slmplclorln. but at that moment in Richmond Monday. and Mrs. Holman Todd, of Richmond, Had mvettcd the proceeil In a will. looked more like (liarlotte Corday ' Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. the gate cllck.il under the hnnd of Mr. John Scwell and Mr. Ottice were truest of flve-dpree In the rlolng I had the pleasure of eelng hrr opMy cousin ro "What did she do It forT to another caller. I'icrntt Wednesday. Ray Ilogiv are about the same. posite me at Innch the next day (when of which a couple of brickbats were "Nollilnr 1" Mv cousin lnt the In. ' him nml Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Sanders effect Mr. Powden kept me occupied with fentur.il to high, dlgnant wonl from her Up. "Nothing teave without having been nble to get Mr. W. E. Whittftkcr was in Louistmllllca, (4ir1ouly fnm One be neni through n Jeweler's show- the ldc worldT nnd son, of Lawrenccburg, Mr. Will bnrk upon the subject of Itensley. ville Tuesday nnd Wednesday. -Hut there must have been- -" frar that I would break out again), wimmw in an aifewpt to intimt.inte Deren, have been visiting Ttiu. once more battled. I returned -Anna Mildred Kay arrived at the Snyder of , uue wholly Imstlnnry pursuer, the , but no Mrolt In tbe yard with her reIDe Mr, .,p,H.rt,wnlteH-n- nd within llH-- r home of Mr. and Mrs." Harry Ray Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Price. he pr..J,te,l at a ac warded me afterward. a I dimly nd tell me If you ever herd any the hour came Into full possession of Mrs. Margaret Adams and Miss Iiotwd. for tie IUapearel liefore 1 inai H.ite..mnn wm, wa en.i.vortng thing nueer.-- r lu your life. They'd the very heart of thai dark nnd mibtle Nov. 22nd. left the table, nnd I did not ace her tn Mxtthe htm. The victim of Hens been engaged Heaven knwa ho' m.vtery which overhung the Iioiimj Miss Mary Kurti of K. C. W. Dan- Laura Hell Todd have returned to charity ami the ottlcer were then long again for a fortnight. On weck-dnr two years; protiattly nearer neit door aud so erpleied my soul. ville, was nt home from Wednesday their schools after spending Thankshe did not return to the houe for Iwrne to tlie txwtHtal In company. three nnd always she kept putting It giving with relatives in Richmond. until Monday. It wa dne In pnrt to recollection lunch, my only meal at Mr. Apier off; wouldn't Ix'gln to get ready, iv. ( dined at n rrMaurant near of (hh leaeM.1 ami illier of a slmllnr' Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Rny, Mrs. Nora t thwal!e" wouldn't s.-- a day for the wedding. Mr. Huph Gibson Sander, of Madirinding that I had still some leisure the IVupatch office), and tOie waa out ehainier UmiI nwpte laughed when Then Mr. Apperthwalte died, and tefort.' me, I got it from my room son county was n guest of Jlr. Itllly Teatcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Kurtz, Misses Mary Kurtz, Sallie Lou Tcater of town for a little vUlt, her mother tbejr aahl. "(ti. ye. I know Iave her and her mother stranded high nnd n,l ri'pnlreit to the bench In the gar-d- n Kurtz first of the week. over the following Satnr IUi(ler " Informed with nothing tn live on. David .l.-t i.mi i,nt nm lti.t t and Ethel Rny spent Friday in LexMiss Jane Williams hni returned ington. day and Swnilay Xhe wan not altoAltether. I slmuld say. Itensley had everything lu th world t give ' I when my attention the wa ab.Mii lh.. H.piilar man In her mid still she. wouldn't I Ami then. wns arreste.1 by sound fnun the other to Lancaster after a week's visit with gether out of my thought, however Indeed, he atmott divided hem with nnwsntra. i iuhhi iiioner nonnere one flay, she came up here and told ride of the high fence low nnd trein her sister, Mrs. Harry Ray. Mrs Mai Carter has returned homo the Honorable !nvld Itealer. oji.i.n. iinwevcr. 10 mi.ii i no taint , Jm. she'd broken It oil. Said she, ut.nn crooning of distinctly African after n two week's visit with relaMrs. Jess Uog'.e and family, of IHtlu upon the mytery of Hill A better view which I wai afforded I couldnt stand It to I engaged to derivntlon : tives in Illinois. Mrs. Carter had the , of thl genttemtn dll not Lancaster, spent Saturday and Sun- misfortune to fall and fracture her my , llaHHerler and Sltnpteilorla. It wn David Itensley another minute!" ' m,l mh aliluh In mawnln. .ii... uhvr day with Mr. nnd, Mr. J. T. Hill. lnteret In him; lnereae,J It rather: not until the Sunday of Ml Apper ion nj( hip while there. She is now- - able to up ds hilt o slow! Rhe 'u It nl acned to make the extraonll- - j hwwtie, aliMnc that the reelatlon my cvuwn a xooe wa ,u, u lloo tmti ;,,t,uK you mui. r1l Mr. J. P. I'rothcr has returned walk with assistance. nary dldoea of flitch he had been the nme. shrill Willi tier flcipnlr or expressing i Il'fj bevumlr Oo'a rlu-- ur home after a visit with his daughter, afternoon I went to call upon the satire she would have put Into It vlrtwwo anil I the audience more than Mrs. Hubert Carter and son, Hilly, It wa the vtilce of an ngol negro Mrs. Oscar Hendreri, in Madiion counInexplicable. of mine ever profoundly Mr 'he widow of n eond-coul"leenuM, she mini he waa n man of have been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. nml the simultaneous slight crenklng ty. Cllmne of him In the lighted doerway I he "ed In a ooitnge not far from no Imagination !" W. Jones in Louisville and ntctnded and Jiad given nie the vnguent Ireprwlon ! Mr. Aperihwalte. uion the nme ," I rcmarkeil, of n smalt hub wa nxte seemed tn In "She still say Mr. Smiley Hill and Mr. Penn, of the funeral of her uncle, Mr. J. T. pushing ur pulling dlcnte that he treet. I found her Mttlng on a pica thougtitfully. of hit apiearance. but one afternoon found wagon or Hrambulntor up Frankfort, spent Thanksgiving with lloswcll Saturday, who was a few day after my Interview with ant veranda, with liovee of ftowerlnr "Ttien It's time she got a little Imag- - a child's nnd down the walk fnun the kitchen .Mr. T. O. Hit! and Mr. and Mrs. dead in bed Thursday morning at Mis Apperthwalte--- ! was starting for plant alone Hie mllltie ttiongh Indian his home in Louisville. now close upon depar- i,. ns summer n.,i,i ii.,.i.r' i- i- n..i.i.i . '.Kr to the stnblc. While, he prof- T. C. Jenkins. the nfflce and met him fered s.xithlng music over and over ...... rocking medltnthely i i., i he wn turning In at his gate. I took ture. She repented the chant. thouh with a carefnl Invelee of him n t could and liebl n finger in a morocco vo' known what he 1st Tt.ero are some hi nine. ntnrently of verse ihouch I icople In thl world that aren't rlntlon; .ficouiitertng In turn par-on- e without conspicuously glaring. l nMcted rltf bn.l Uvn better all talk; there are some still rnw brother hi daughter, ench of hi Ther wn something remnrkably hU hi" . ,M" ,"u'"' In the otrra!'on of the people "taking." a we sny. aliout thl man that scarcely ever talk at al- l. one nfter the other snumMiig rnsy nnd genial nnd quint-ea- l and vohlelc deconwHdy pntliig nlonr nnd David Ilcnsley'a one of them. I I '"' He was the kind of the suallt thorouthfare within her don't know whether Ifa became ho nnd 0 person you like to meet en the street ; can't tnlk. or If he can nnd hates to; honey." He Inlerrupml We exchanged Inevitable iuellons I only thank the Unl he's put a few whne cheerful pnslng sends you on . Injunction to the feeling Indefinably a little gayer than Hii.l news of mutual relative: I had like that Into thl inlky world! David avln kM"P ," I nl'P n nn even told her bow I liked my work nnd smile better than ncna jnu did. He wa tall, thin nlr. Da. wha a go mek you gaunt, perhnp nnd hi fncewn long, what I thought of Walnwrtght. nnd of other talk. My I'rovldence! 'I' he wn congratulating me ujHin hav Wouldn't nuybody.Just to look at him good an' well agin.' rather pale, nnd hrewd nnd rentte: Then there soke the strange) sotiioUiliig in Its in!. Illy not unreuilnd-fil- l Ing found so pletant a p'nee to live know that he doc better than talk ? cwd i voice thnl ever fell upon my ear: It of ihe Inte H.d Smllli Ituwell. HI a Mm. Aiperth site's, when sIm In He thinks! The tnmble with Ann Ap- wn t not like n child's, neither wn to wmtle .and noil a perthwalte wa that she wn too hat was lilted buck a little, the slight tcrmiued Iien-et- f very old person's voice; It might to two venllemen ) outig to nee It, She wns so full of like a est bit to one hlc. ind the sparse, cordial high forehead driving by. They waved thHr hats to novels nnd poetry and dreaminess and have been n groshopiHT's. It was so brownish Imlr iiImHk hi hlghfnlutln nonsense she couldn't see thin and little, nml made of such tiny wa going to be gray before long. He her gayly. then bsi.e.1 back comfirta nnd If ever anything nt It nttlly was. She'd study wavers and quaver nod My agnlul ilw i Hsbbm looked about forty. "I want " snld thl elfin voire. "I her mirror, and scu such n heroine of TIhi truth la, I had iUiceted to see two men wen obvlomtly and lucoutest want 1(111 llitimnersley Qulioto; I ably ou the Uwi of tenn with each romauce there that she Just couldn't u coutln gerruuu to I The shabby enr w lilch had nsed my had tlumalit tn detect signs and other, lhee two were. They were bear to hnve it llance who hadn't nny Pax I.I Iteasley awl Mr. Dowdeu. gleuius of wlldnes. however slight chance of turning out to be the crown-princ- cousin's house wn dmwhig up to the 'I it. i wish." ssiM my eouslii, rvsnm of Kenosha In disguise! At the curb near Itensley' gate. Hvtdently oiuethlng a Utile "off." One glance "I b wish dear Da very least, to suit her he'd have Iiml the old negro saw It of Miut kindly nnd tnnnorous eye told Ing her roekln "III dnr'" he cxclHlmcd. "I.ook nt would get n new car of to wear n 'welblrimmed Vandyke nnd vld me su)i eieetatlou had beHi l some ktad; ttmt ohl model irf hli Is coo sonnets tn th gloaming, or read tint! I lain' Hill n romln' yoiinnh des Odd he might bnve K'en edxnrly on de dm an' to tie vey tot you liaveni 'On a Italcony' to her by n nil lamp. he linikwl It but "queer!" a dlssmcc! I Hpfue met him? Of wiir.o. living at Mr. "I'oor David! Outside of hi law- an' Instlnk when you 'qulah fo lm, NVver. Tlii fart that Mis Dor ttune Mist' Dave, right could pbitire urh n mini as Aitj'erihwnlle'. jmu wmtbln't le nw books, I don't believe he' ever rend honey ' las nnythlng but 'Itohlnsnn Cruxou' und on de minute, an' you kin bet sitting and sitting" to," tht "sitting nnd what I he doing with Mr nnd Mark Twain. Oh. you hunmid dollah he got tint Illll llam"Itnt the Illhlo himself Into mi) form of limnla ur mersley wlf '!m! Coiim along, hnuey-chileshould latve beard her tnlk uhoul It! mn'dnes whnlever spoke loudly of her Dowdcnr I nskfll. Ah' go' to pull yott nun In eyebrow. "Why-laklKhe llfteil her 'I couldn't lenc It another day.' she own liunglnullon, Indeed! The koy to SI? lilm for a drive. I suppme." said, 'I couldn't stand It! In all the de side yod fo' to meet 'em," "Siliipleiloria'' wa t b sought unThe smnll wagon erenkii! nwny. the "No. I mean how do they hnppei time I've known him I don't believe some other mat. der chant resuming n It went. he's ever asked me n single question . . . A I begun tn know noin of lo le togelher?" Mr. Ibmden Jumixil out of the car "Why shouldn't thxy bet They'r except when he asked me If I'd marry on tha Despatch, and my neluborera him. He never says anything never with a wave of his tin ml tn the driver. tn plk up aciiunlntiinces, hare nnd old friends" "They are!" And, In ariswi r to he speaks at nil" she snld. 'You don't Itensley himself, who drove thnmch hi then1, nlxmt town, I somellmrs mail enrringe-gateaud down the Mr. Itensley the subject of Inquiry. look of surprise. I explained llmt I know n blessing when you see It,1 I oHn told hrr. 'Itlesslng! she said. There's drive on the other sldd of the house, Kverybndy knew him. "Oh, yea, I hail begun to ienk of Iteusley nt Mrs to my view. nothing In the man' He has no where he wa and described the know Pave Itensley!" would come the Dowdvn. entering our own gate, nodwith which Dowdeu depths I He hasn't any more Imaginaalways with a chuckling reply, nearly ded In a friendly fashion lo me. and tion than the chair ha. sits und alt the subject. sort of Isuiili. I gathered that he had I advanced In meet lilm, and slta In! Half the lime he answer "I see." my rousln nodded, compti " whlrh numunt. n nsHie for "Some tiny I want to tnke you over simple en-"Thai" what I say to him by nodding and say. It wa said that hendlnds, ml to eccentrlcliy. (Irorgo Dun den didn't want you i sod camp-fo- b iX "tiiu huin," with that Mist old next door." ha said conllally. ai I what lbs vard ! . re-ho- erlnc old repreliale. notorious Iavld Healey." talking!" CLARENCE OREEIN. " : : I at e ,.,, ,,, , i le' hl lik !. ( i tt (lp4-ne- tk r.-.- ,i- et 1e-- ... -- wln' , 1 w-- W ... iu.i' , va-ra- enter-lalmi- "'n-l-couMn- vl'. ""'""S. ""' "d "" w' second-couMUn '' fh ''Filial not initial Cas- t- cru-llH- g vUjf sL ii.- e non-en- !ad-oka- Apper-lliunll- ! ug s bt CONN and CONN "easy-going- hlra (Continued Next Week) Th9 Central flcord, Lancaster, BRYANTS VILLI! Ky., Thursday Dac 7. 1922 CUNNS CHAPEL Ml Iva Ilellen spent Thanksgiving here. Miss Verna Ray spent Friday with Mrs. Land. Miss Inex La ml spent the week-enV with the Misses Tenter. Mr. Virgil Scotf ha been A guest of Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Tcater. Miss Sadie Chandler is a guest of Mitsc Hcrnlce and Resale Tester, Mr. Joe Aldridgo and family spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Mote Ray and Ijtnrastcr. family. Misses Uernlce and Hctsle Teatcr I'rof. K. M. Adams spent tho Ttifcnkij'ivinK holiday! with friend in spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Mr. It. C. Ruble wa fa Lexington Thursday. Mr. John V. llryant wa tn Nlcho- lasvlllc Wednesday. Mrs. tl. C. Rote nnd Master James Lear Roie were in Lexington Satur day. Mrs. J. Hojrnn Rallard and Mis Maymo Lee Italian! were in Danville Friday. Miss Mary Ilrown ipent Thnnksglv. fn? holidays with her parents, near siiiiiiiiiiiiiiVS' Bftv'fcBYlifi d bIIjIKIS ' asssssl Mndlton. MIm Florence Agee of Madison, has been a guest of Misses Annie and Flora May. V. 1). Ray iWSlmLmT Mesdames Bwm Fmmmm'J' ' &? ISSSSl faaaaH and J. M, aJTLRaaaaaVwi MmmVSMLmm BM mmmmj aBSbPSB Anion spent lust Monday with Mrs. '' BBaELIl aSaBSm, vlllc Sunday. J. D. Ro'jbitU MSSLmmmmW JmmmMmmmmmmmW tr m Sikmmmmmmmmmmmmm Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Land and Mas Mr. R. II. Hutchlnion, of Itoylc was here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ter Klgin Crow were dinner guests M. O. Kennedy. of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tcater Sun mmmmmmmjBKFmmmWAi nWmwSlmmmmml 'A Mrs. Tom llendrcn, Swm fm of Danville, lay. ttw . -. rWmmTJtiWr ' .' kammmmmiimmn ha been vlsltlnir her daughter, Mrs The Ladles Aid of the Methodist Jesse V. Oulley. church will meet the first Wednesday Miss Allle Mac Kdward has return. afternoon In each month at 2:30 A prospector on hU way to buy h e Lcenie at the Min.ng recorder's ed home from a very pleasant visit o'clock. office, Telegraph Creek, llritnh Co umbfa. Thete license have to be with relatives In Nlcholaiville. Mr and Mrs. KUJah McMllllan and renewed once a year. Kach of theie dogs In this picture can carry about Mrs. C. M. Dean and daughters, son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley fifty pounds on their back. K. Davis and Mrs. A. T. Scott, were puesU of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray Sunday. Jr. spent Saturday in Lexington Richmond. MIm Hazel Canon cnt Thanks giving holiday with her parent, in Richmond. Italian! Mr. nnd Mr. I. Hogan were guest of relative in Nlchol- - BBaCjtyffPtj . u- IIIW (liw Wt KClBllllV it iiaaMH aujui Fur Trading or Gold Hunting? ADMINISTRATOR'S Tuesday, Dee. 12th, 192? Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmorv Tcater and children, of JesMtmine, Mr. and Mrs. old Hutching. Mrs. C M. Dean was called to Dan Ray and Matter Harris Ilrown, of Iturkeyee were guests of Mr. nod Nicholasvillc last week by the ill n of her daughter, Mir Margaret Dean, Mrs. Allen Tester Thanksgiving. who Is attending school there. Life is a burden only to thrum who Mrs. X. T. Grow has been on the make it so. Ick list for several days but her many friends arc very much pleased to There are but twenty-fou- r hours of know that she is very much improved. Christmas, but that is plenty long Mrs. II. C. Ruble, Mr. Chcnault enough for the poor devil who pay It looked like a house uhert there were a grandfather and a Ruble and Miss Anna Lee Swope were the- bill. grandmother; where holiday were warmly kept; where there wert dinner guests of Mrs. Jennie Ruble boisterous family reunions to which uncle and aunts who had been Some countries are talking loudly Thanksgiving at her home In Dan- bom then would return from no matter what distances; a house of the necessity of maintaining pvarc ille. where big turkeys would be on the table often; where 'the hired The rain Monday was badly needed with other nations in order to cover man' (named either Atner or Ole) would crack walnuts on a and caused a great deal of rejoicing up the abience of it at home. fiatbon clutched between his knees on the back porch; it looked among the farmers. Water still con like a house where they played charades; where there would be tinued very scarce In this community. long streamers of evergreen and dozens of wreathes of holly at It also brought tobacco In case and Christmas time; where there uere tearful, happy weddings and almost every one has been quite busy great throwtngs of rice after lUlle bride from the front steps; this week stripping, In a word, it was the tort of a house to make the heart of The many friends here of Miss spinster and bachelor very lonely and wistful 3i Madge Isaacs, of Danville, read with much interest the announcement of Instead of the above, It was the abodepf a (ingle, lonely man. her engagement to Mr. Robinson Within its wall occurred the strangest Christmas party ever held Cook, also of Danville, which was recorded by America's great and many-tide- d story-telle- r with the made in the Kentucky Advocate Frisingular magic which he alone knows how to employ. day. Mrs. J. A. Trumbo was hostess at a very delightful Thanksgiving dinShort Which Be ner for n number of relatives. Among those present from a distance were, in the Columns Mr. and Mrs. Rumley, of Versailles, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gumb, of Prank-for- t, The Central Record, beginning this week Mrs. Parks, of Liberty, Mo., and Mrs. Mary McAfee, of Irvine, also Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Trumbo and family, of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Swopc and children were guest of Mr. and Mm. M. Arnold, In Danville Sunday. Mrs. Lamlram Rurdette has return ed home from a very pleasant visit of three weeks with relatives In Indi ana. Mrs. R. A. Da we and Miss Zlllah Dawes were In Danville Sunday af ternoon for the funeral of Mr. Har addiThere have been thirty-eigh- t tions to the Methodist church during te patt four weeks under the preaching of the pastor. Rev. V. II. Morris. Rev. and .Mr. W. H. Morrit, Mr. and Mrs. Joe liurton and children, and Miss Opal Davis were guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stotu and fam- At Very LHtk CMt! will bo proud to own and ilxive or ily SumJay. ret It's wlthla reach of any f amlla tecomc Tour-Seda- n Ames Four-Doonniir tarn four M F(d Intaarxir a Ford Chassis r( mr tm Body er ISM MilW, rntlwd At rsMlr rni In amrsnc mh cars MtHn si It5 In 13 0. II b l lncr Ofrt than lour trwm. it n iMr. Bt incur utmrt aaq isni loriy pounm and out: plrntr ol fuIWunl door: Iwo broad. iWp, romtorabU ri. Kr to hUo rltuw-ruond Iff room, fir cn ikM In cwuuott Ail window mar M brad f roamd. nwtanltr turnlne It Into blitl gradt lourin nr. CIrTid Iran Slrwirl Vacuum SrxrnQvrntiUcor In rt,wl;nuhnnf HrnVd Inatruawat UMra; wj. upnolatrrm m smart rorm. t laawaxi la l acaara iuu wun Wc wB mount a new- - Amr lUr on rourcM Forvl Q-- m lTalBMt(al TV at ua tl riollarawanialf adarorlwtiorlandafalnrrnunlrr. wftb tu3 dlrtctlsa tcA atuch- Hair ahirprd II ou prrfrr. atla dtlrrrrr cuuaBtnd. roruu lor nwustlnc Aabu)rcaaikK. at Special Offer atsM far llrsssar, THE F. A. Taa WarKT SiUi bmllAL fsDUU-MtNra TUUU DEAIXHS. COMPANY, ttdaru of Stawctal Inc4rMratel IN af frrM To BURL EY A Serial Will Printed of MEMBERS THE BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS' ASSOCIATION WILL BEGIN RECEIVING AT WAREHOUSE NO. 46 (GARRARD CO-OPERATI- wmMJi k r "a .am as mmmm TO-BACC- O SALE WARE-HOUS- E) IklrtamifmiMIMMmtMi kloW tlwrtaj UWI Or KUHf rule3 Un.lUtmwm.atantUmt.otJa. "I e Uank M KMmt ran I Uuac, but! tumcm Una la it taal M jtbm Won r.tmu, ua, UttK aScrlac tram ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 11th., SO CALL AND GET DATE FOR DELIVERIES TO BE MADE BEFORE XMAS. BRING Backache. Rheumatism, Lass Back, XUsqm or mUtUt, ministrator of the personal estate of James S. Hurt, deceased, Tossk In Acti QukktoCJraCoed will sell to the highest and best bidder a lot of personal properKMUKt ty consisting of household goods, GO barrels of corn, a lot of imWlTTTriP calves, one bay horse and one pony plements, three cows, three and about 800 pounds of tobacco and n lot of old fashioned Since half a lie Is as bad as a furniture. Terms: All sums of $25.00 and under, cash in hand, all whole one, why tell either? Some people never admit defeat sums over that amount payable by r. good bankable note with good security, due in three months from date and bearing G per because they don't know the)1 are cent interest from date. PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M. On the premises in Garrard County, Ky., on the Rack Creek Kond near Stoney Point School House, the undersigned aa ad- YOUR. TOBACCO ON THE STICK. "FOLEY WDKEYWLLS Make it your business to see that every member delivers his Tobacco to the Association warehouse. All Tobacco grown on a members land MUST be delivered to the "Pool," wife, daughter, son or tenant. It is all pledged and you are responsible and MUST see that it is delivered or be held liable. No tobacco will be received by any "Pool" Warehouse on G. M. GREEN ADMINSTRATOR of J. S. HURT, Deceased. Most men are great in on way or another, but the public does not know the one from the other. Sunday under any circumstances. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Landlord's Lien Declaration-Wh- en tobacco delivery it subject to landlord's lien come prepared to declare the exact amount thereof. G-- . At the same time the undersigned as Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, will rent the farm consisting of 105 acres for the year 1923, pursuant to the orders of the Garrard Circuit Court in the case of Charley Hurt against Frazler Hurt, etc. All the land to remain in grass except about ten acres, which was in cultivation In 1922, which Is to be cultivated in corn or tobacco. Seeding privilege is reserved for the pur- tlio full nf 10')'t Q ii lil Intul (a in tin trnntpil In a till. not band like manner by the renter and the grass t. I fgrazed so as . 4 tl til to injure it. A oonu wun goou security payauie dunuury ibi., 1924 will be required of the renter. a 1 A. Kgotltm has its virtues as well as it faults. It makes a fellow hustle to live up to his opinion of himself. You have noticed, no doubt, that some men are slow In making prom lift. They are the ones who keep them. We never knew of a really good man who wasn't willing to admit his shortcomings. And, to be equally fair, we have never known a gen. ulnely bad man who wasn't willing to admit that be was a paragon of goodness. W. H. BROWN MASTER COMMISSIONER. A. BROWN, Mgr. The CtntrarRacord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 7, 1922 GUY. (Delayed) Mrs. Hsu .Mrs. Wm. Sutton l on theories: Candida's Reputation Ktftt I ForRealEconomy la th KltehM Uh By JOHN PALMER James Yantls visited Mrs. Milrr Ifi rrrrTrfsT112,r WMltra ton Ward Friday. t'alw.) IC. Mr. Wm. Walker Is Improving after Candida had been enptged to Harry a severe attack of rheumatism. Merrick of Merrick, MrI.ean K Hlini-- n - Mr. Z. T. Illce, Sr., of Richmond, for tlireo tnnnth before he found out that she wns In Ioto with Arthur was a visitor here the past week. t'rnmptnn. I ill ' If Mrs. William Lane was n visitor And, being In his late flfllra, MerFriday of Mr. John Donaldson. rick, who timl nlwnr token life as he found It, iliragccd hi slionlders. lie Mr. Wm. Ilnrnes and son Critt visited Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Clark Sunday. ouclit ti have known better tbnti to hnp supplied Hint It was nn) thing Miss I.ucy Turner spent Saturday but Ms immey Hint bad nttrnctii) 4 Misses Mollle nnd Ethel girl In her ri.ght with twrntle. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSi ' Ilarnes. To the day of hi death ho rememMr. Penn Williams, of Lancaster, bered the wetm In Cilndlds's atilillo, was the iruest Sunday of Mr. Orear Candida In her painting smock, linn Ing mrnln't ttit wnll, ile. Whlttaker. BSBSBSb BBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSB I'wmt nnd pmtestlng. Mr. James Yantls was the dinner "Did I ever tell you I lofcd you. guest Wednesday of Mrs. Carrie Da Hnrryr Iv.dion, in Lancaster. ' "So, That' cetienilty taken for BBBBBBBBSjBBBBBjSBBBBBBBBBjBSJ I Mrs. Albert Phillips, of Corbln, Is grant 11L" "I earv for you to n rertnln extent I v siting her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. nu, nnd I stioiild have 'T I Yantls. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI ' true to you. You'e made the suine Miss Carrie Yatcr returned Monday mistake t tin t nil men make. You tlon't frdm a two weeks' visit with Stan-for- d understand that nmrrlnee Is a career in Missouri Memorial relatives. to woiueti. Man; a.' ed personages nttcndel thr detention uf the monument to Miss Valcrin Whlttaker, of Lanc.vs-te"Arthur and t Into each other, but the oMir dead of Missouri, erected on n little hill overlooking the ruin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. w'r IhiOi unknuwn pnlntens anil we iignnsl Inst year that If neither of ux e which took place Nov (1th. 1'hoto of view which Wm. Whlttaker. of saw liny prciieet of sums we'd Imve how the figure of n woman holding out the wreath of victory and an Mr. and Mr. Dell Kidd were visitheir way up the hill-Id- e tors recently of Mr. and Mrs. John tn give ench other U. Tluit'a nil. I olive branch a though to reward the boys tbouglit you might have underslixid." in the face of deadly machine gun Are. Peace, In Lancaster. trviiilttlne Cnndlda' Mrrrlck Miss Maud Yatcr left Sunday for little hiinds tn Id. "My deur, I mrr Stanford, when! she will visit her for jnu emmgh tn In willing to miirry you without lore," he said, "nnd lnit grandmother, Mrs. Prichett, love will follow. Hut I'm ready to Miss Mattiu Hyulnh Cobb, of the wsilL I'll wult another jeitr. A year's Lexington road, was a visitor Sunday it giNHllali time to n man nt my nge; of Mits Laverne Whlttaker. but I'll wait, Candida. What ilu you . Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, of the snyr I "I ny." snld Candida Impulshely, Poor Itldgo road, spent Wednesday "Hint I nlmot nlmoat lovo you." ! with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane. Hurry Merrick wns satisfied with Mr. and Mrs. James II row n and hi bargain, nnd lie wns TL ,ir2L ,it lie hud llreil hupplly children were the guests Wednesday dlslllusloniil. tiioutti with hi flrt wife, but he had t of Mr. and, Mr. Frank llrown. never loreil her. He wns one of tbuvr 0 j Mrs. Wm. Green were men Mr. and who belreve flint women mut be week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. cnrttl for, sbeltereil. gunrdeil. and road, that lore Is of the man's making. j George Green, of the Richmond Candida nnd Arthur, with another Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poynter and j children were recent visitors of Mr. ear of grace lefore them, set to work It i Green Poynter and family of Lin- - with n will. year wn n mr ngnlnct If either could get tlm. One com. eotabtlaheil In that ierlil, Jlerrlck' I Mrs. Hoy Prathey and children, chance wen gone. Willie Francis and Collis O'Neal. Thre tnontlta laler Candida securvd It circulate Money it a circulating medium. visited Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walker un exhlliltlnn i.t Hie stiow.rooms of n Hfth Henue denier. A week, nnd she Saturday. freely. It is in your pocket today and in omc other ! had sold a large painting for Mrs. George llrown spent a portion ilollar. A wealthy Frenchman, mnn'a pocket tomorrow. of the past week with her daughter, who wa studying contemporary AmerMrs. Dave Hervey and Mr. Hcrvey, ican art. had been attracted by her No man Ret ahead materially by tryirtR to hang In Paint Lick. work. circulating medium, for money of itself will onto A soerrnd stile for fifteen hunilrod Mr. Milton Ward spent the latter something with it. not increase; you must buy part of the week in Madison, visiting follnwtL Tlie purchaser wn a to man. lie had been advliel Mr. and Mr. It. II. Ward and Mrs,. Deposit your money in a bank and you buy a back Cnndliln. C. K. Henry A month piisnil, und Arthnr sold a that credit will increase by the interest credit, amnll plrture for live hundred to an Keep adding to your deposit, and your credit on it. Hvery tmc the people kck about the art ronnoi'ur of Itoton. high cost of living the darned thing continues to grow. Tliey were hnppy. The fnr of Mertake another jump. Let't kick the rick was dellnltely removed. Cnndldn Don't try to hang onto mere money it is the other way! lunthwl with Idm oiiiettuies nnd he wrong system. beard of her sueevs without comment. A fellow went nto a store the other At the expiry of the ninth month daw made some purchases, stood Cnndldn ond Arthur were regnrdeil as BANK. NATIONAL around a while, and went out with coming artlat. and Arthur had sold outh saying a word. He was deaf. Id hlMortcnl pnlntlng of the slgalng of the treaty of Vera Crux to tho Mex. Icon government for five thouannd. "Well, my denr, I iTingrntiilatu )ou "I realise that IkiHi." mill Merrick. flesh. I'm iMiund by the term of my own Ewes Repay itart theorwinter in poor equal parts: a mixture of "OaU inosiil. And no one wishes you good bran is a good grain mix- luck mor benrtlly thnn I." Now of oats adthe pregnant ewe. About, Gain ture for So Arthnr nnd Candida were mnr Constant Itching Almost month befose lambing time it is well rleiL And they were very .happy toStarvation kills more breeding ewe Unbearable! gether, palotlag. Commlsilon tloueil in Kentucky during the winter than to begin giving each ewe about one. CT know tbrr It on thins that slop any other one cauie, is the opinion fourth of a pound of grain a day. eezruis. anil mat it Mure tm MmxI.rrlMI In. Nearly nil of them rumo from H. tiullila tlwta Xnthe American of at leait one prominent sheepman j caK. the weather is particularly H. X. Inrrrat tour far In million!to You nbmnil. however. more highly oppre-clate- il ran tba nils appeared to be of the state. Many fanners in trying severe, this can be Increased gradu- - Mint wrnrrs it la rrtlrllr IwposMM art oversea Hum nt home. to cxUU Wa Luow test a to be rating In their sheep feeding nly ,0 that Just before lambing the tat kuu4 A )enr after their marriage Merrick rut ilown on the feed they given thelrfewc is cctting about a half pound of died suddenly. He left Cundldu everyI ewes during the winter with the re- - grain a day. thing his property, hi house, a line not die,good grass is not available fori "If ult that, cvon if they do structure on Madison nvenue, where Candida had never been. they approach lambing time In a thin,' pasture, a little hay should be added "We must move In." snld Cnndldn. weak condition that makes them poor to the ration. A good legume hay,, "There's n fine top floor that would mothers. Successful sheep raiser such as clover, alfalfa, or soybeans make a splendid studio for us." and breeders have shown that good is bet. Timothy hay should not be . I. . They moved In. Merrick hod been I: ...I .. .,.nn .In., It .tn. llmm Vflw' .1 m.ImI n a connoisseur In hi way. They unof the year and continued little good and the heads of it work this time derstood that he had n valunblo collecthrough the winter is always repaid, into the wool, thereby lowering Its tion of modern artlals. lloth of them "A handful of grain fed to the ewe market value, were oner to see It." The main reason for having ewe in December or the month preceding "I'iMir Horry! It' n slinnie." snld Cundlda, "to think of the trick I lambing time Is worth a peck fed to ln good condition at lambing time is played on him. Only my lovo for you a thin ewe after lambing," L. J. Hor- - tho fact that they ca take better care could Imve Juttltled It, Arthur. I think lacher, in charge of sheep work at the of their lambs than can thin, weak t lornst In naiut"r. MVml vanlanl Wc il.o knuw that uULt he wn one of the best men In the College of Agriculture say. "A rwe owes. It does not pay to try to ratio fallow a dar, lluul a to facial Hut nati! l ifood condition in tho early lambs from sick or weakly ewes. ivu. rrtuu auffttrra. Mir aituallr takra world." that In Ho was little. Arthur scowled Tuou- uu wuJirful TBs nart of the winter will ue much Good feeding will do much to ., ellmi. Sanaa jutt ftilt Jfnu bat fatt! tbwUEnt Jealous of Merrick, even dead. erupllom. rrtrata with all stronger in the spring than one that nate this tpc from tho flock. about It! hklu The dny came for looking over the II lie;, luimir HU l WW house. The gallery wa located on Itcblnc, pluil4. trarln;, uurratbabl tUrkbrads ap.l Ik.Hi. tlier all rack U auil the third iloor three rooms full of wbifi tba llJn vf ITIootl rrlla IvElni to picture. they entered As MNin a rtlls aro tb fltfUtln shale rolllut YOUNG f nalurel H K. H. tullJt Ibrm Or lb Cnndldn uttered n cry: "Why, there's my llrat picture !" he uMaj It slnr ISMt alillont It has iH Hf t? CALUMET 'h tconomy BAKING POWDER A Elg Time and Money Saver lllKINU POwSfU - When you bake - whlte-Mppe- lu fw,,c.tt ia PBBBBBBBBM Dedicated some othor brands selling for less. with Calumet you know there will be no loss or failures. That's why; it is far less expensive than ltit ln-.- France SZST BT TEST The sale of Calumet is over 150rr, tfrcnter (linn that of tiny other brand. r, Don't . Chcppy-en-Arrronn- lk hoine-- i every bake-daLargest soiling brand in the wcrld. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. y. fr Quality Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of fee UA imf taklag Quantity THE WOKLD'S GREATEST PARING POWDER Coal In Industrial Use. or tho Eight'ot until the eenth century did coal become of Industrial Importance e i J SUf or MAS "WO flfty-sere- n Not the Style. "No woman I so nnzellc ns to nre- fer n halo to a hat." ! a London Opin ion's opinion. I Wo ton Tnincript. Island Walled In by Coral. Kennel! Island, the lenst visited In tho Pacific, Is surrounded by wnlls of coral llmcKtone SCO feet high. Got Licked, mouth lecpeth his life, but ho that eneth vldo his Hp shall have ilentructlon. Koiomon. How the Candidate hi Optical Not. We should think the awkward part of wearing n monocle would be trying to remember which eye you wcro supposed to sec out of. City Gathered In Lighthouse. The lighthouse once off Atlantic City, well out to sen. Is now yards Inland from the board walk nnd surrounded by pnved streets ami apartment houses f0 J lie that kee'th 1 Right Way to Look at Life. Much mUconMnictlon and bitterness tiro spared to blm who think naturally Unn whnl he owe to other, rather thnn what he otigl to expect from them. Mine. Gulzot. 11 thou-sntu- W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. D1CKERS0N CId-eng- W. 0. RIGNEV Office & CO. ad Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Phone 18. Residence Hume 33. Lancaster, And Still Good. I inn remember," snld Cnclc Kbcti. "de high cost of llvln by careless peohas been ple as n 'ciuo for beln' broke." Washington Star. Kentucky. Never Worth While. should not trouble ourselves things that urn past. Napo I CITIZENS Breeding Extra Skin Ablaze ortt Eczema "Ever slnco We about loon. Fed Rubbing It In. "In nuropo they tell Americans by their smooth faces." "Well. I started to say It, but won't." "WhutT "That they can nlso tell some of them by their smooth tongue." Florida Tht Exception. cvrtnlnly don't want The Mosquito to And any oil on my land. New York Herald. 1 Six Crops a Year Raised. In Miuthern China from two to six crops nre raised from the same land each year. - j This Bank Is Worth 1 Money To You. Are you enrryinjr a "roll" of money around In your pocket? If so it is not earning anything for you. Possibly it is being frittered away little by little. TRY the better way, the profitable way. Open a savincs account and keep your money in this bank. It won't fritter, but it WILL cent interost for you. Mmvl-erlr- nr 11 ' SAVE MONEY WHEN r. mJ At ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life ln comfortable circumstances should Lffin (o savo now. Tho approved modern method of saving Is a savings account In the home bank. This bank invites young men and young women to Join family of savings depositors. its One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may , be deposited thereafter R R K. It nrw xt lhi PUiinrra, hkiou ri(x-nk- r ami ihhij- ouim rra known tn ua laortaltf 'bn you rut farlt torrtbrr. Ibrn tn rontlnn to tbve rra-m- a an.l akin rrnpllana looks hare mora Ilk a tin I ban a dluvt. Mr. Arthur N. Hinds. I'rarl 8t, Newark, Ohio, tn srilt Mn.en exclaimed. "Uood shouted Arthur, "there' the one I sidd thei Mexican got eminent. What dov It meant" Hut they knew what It meant. livery wrlir' UllU gi't picture In Hurry Merrick's galleries M "Hi kJUUngrtrn S. S. tinJ Ul hud been pulnted by the one or the 3. ri.4. Ska htn wit tunc, I IIUt ywt wry ' tM other. IHttM lil raaaat Ulk- tM My I iNorf mtMrin It a O. K ' llrr la al il, lor I Smw blooU-rall- '. (t U. I THE NATIONAL BANK OFLANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, CashUr. CapfM $50;0OO. SuraUis $500OO. Honor Roll Dank has tried to kill herself by Inhaling gas!" tuctt cccnoioleat. "Good gracious!" growled George, ns ho ushed to tho ktlcbtn, lenied over the cook's prostrate form, and turned stove tui "think .what th M8. 8. 8. U for sal at McKobsrts off the g gas Mil will bo tbla mouth I" London Dm Stora." TttBlf; opportnnltr. B. R. R eon. taint onlr rrtvUbl tallrlnal IntrrOlrnta. bulM rxI Iterauao K . K. It mutt rbrumatlam, ballJa firm flub. frHa out botlaw rhika. tilllflr tbC0BS. you ar bulMt ui Sltilon. B. 8. B youaM wbrn Jrjif alorra. I st .all tn two Tba Urirr tit bottl Is lbs rur da Thrift In Fsc of Death. A man vvns Mimuioinil from his evening paper by. tils wife' frightened cry: "George, come back quick I 4 PER CENT PAID .ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The rook si. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 7i Hardware Household The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dec 7 1922. BRONZE TA1LET To tho Merriory of John Bradford May bo Placed in LexInKton Public BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn Resolutions ' BBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSi Library APPEALS FOR FUND ' sibIbV ssbH Letter from the committee of the Bradford Historical Society, of Lex Ington, Ky., have been received by many In this county asking for con Phone orders must be paid tributlons toward n hrome tablet to promptly be placed in the Public Library at JSMtfrMMKMint KKJSCm Lexington. The letter states: The Bradford Historical Society Ga to the KNGLK HOUSE when in has undertaken to raise, through pub Ijincnstcr. A square meal for 3 Sets. lic subscription, n fund to place In UI.I0.5t) Library n the Lexington. Public bearing the Image ami bronxe tablet Two choice fresh FOR SALK: recalling the accomplishments of R. L. Cox, milk cows. John Ilradford, for whom the Society ll.30-2t.pdPaint Lick Ky. was named nnd who was the editor ssiisiisiisiisiisisssVkssiisiisiisiisii A Jewel Range In FOR SALK: of the first newspaper to be publish good condition. Mrs. Robt. Walker, ed in Kentucky. Paint Lick, Ky. The Society enlist your aid, per sonnlly, in this enterprise. The Ken WANTKI): A stslk field to graze lucky (intette, the second newsabout 100 small rattle. Call No matter what you need in TOOLS or HARD Record. paper to be published west of the V. A. Lear, Lancaster, Ky. WARE come to our store for it. Mrs, J. K. Stormes, Alleghanies, has been described ns a (11.23-3- 0 Mrs. Kd. C. Gaines, While cleaning out the attic of her voice crying in the wilderness'' for We keep abrest with the timet and have all the Mrs. Theo. Currey, LOST Iletween my residence or John Bradford, as an grandfather's home a few days ago, free speech. latest accepted ideas in modern things for mechanics. Committee: Lexington street and J. W. Klmore's historian, as a champion of freedom Mis Dorothy Addlngton of St. Paul, on Danville siren, a Jioior Meier You can depend upon the things you buy from of utterance guaranteed by constitU' Minn., ran across a crumpled bit of In Memory the bottom of an old trunk Return to Radiator cap. tionnl provision nnd ns a pioneer in PnPr us. They keep their edge and we know will give Mrs. Robt II. Wanton. lrawn a roughskctch of a ournallsm, contributed much to his un 11 We offer our deepest sympathy to you absolute satisfaction. nru wn nines away, a Mr. and Mrs. Ilobcrt Malenr In the own age. The fruit. of his labors '"'" STRAYKD: From my residence re, however, more abundantly en. cross within a circle was placed near loss of. their little daughter, Ila Mae. Our prices are fair and square. Joyed In the present than they were where a large pine tree stand be. She was about a month and a half on .Nov. 24th., two biaeK roianu Her curiosity nrous- - old and was sick one week. All that China gilts weight about 75 pounds. In the nast and the benefits of his ",n OUR HARDWARE WEARS ,,, he visited the farm and digging loving hands and physicians could do Reward If returned to work will be reaped for centuries to Dave Sanders. ",c pini inuicnieti on me map sne was done The body was laid to rest come. unearthed a small Iron box contain in the family (Ross) burying ground The lack of a suitable memorial to One good as new. FOR SALK: 750 Injrold. Kentucky's first editor has long been ,n Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Sunday. anoreclntcd. This Snrlrtv )liivtt I The child for whom they hail done so Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps: three that member of the newspaper pro- - Best Electric Light Fixtu.es. For Infor-matlmuch call at Record effice. Some men are always kind to their fesjlon throughout tho United States, This country Is full of great men, (tf.) To brighten the path she trod. aKinjJ I? Arm 111' lover of free speech, teachers and and many of them arc often full. wives. It's the safest way. Has gone to Jesus Who sweetly TOHACCO SKED: "White Twist students of history and all Ken- says. Some people can't itand prosperity Hud", one of oldest type burley. More You may have more brains than tucklans who cheeriih the memories Such is the Kingdom of God. because they never have a chance. pounds to acre, highest quality. Limit, your neighbor, but telling htm so .1 This is the best season of the year tt . snouiu noi weep . who made the! the lor her anv ed quality seed for sale, $1.25 ounce. commonwealth of today a possibility, I to take the farm Inventory, according forget to tell your troubles to isn't putting them to the best use. more, George W. Denny, . I). Nieholls, head of the farm Hut tnist we are near her still, other people and you will soon forNo, brother, this sudden slump' in will approve its efforts to supply this I to Lancaster, R. 1. economics department of the College lack. get that you have any. tor she is safe on the other patriotism is by no means strange. A return envelope for whatever f Agriculture. The supply of feeds shore, as suited God's good will, I have a few fine young Single Some people wy that trouble mul- The elections are over nnd candidates contribution you care to mnke is salable crops usually have vnlV ' Comb Rhode Island Red roosters for An Aunt. are back to normal again. tiplies Itself, but we are not of an closed. The Secretary also requests I been marketed by this time and lit sale at $1.25 each. From heavy wininquisitive turn of mind. our assistance in spreading the ap - tle work nnd money have been ex Church News ter layers. Phone 387-Today's WIm Word. Decision of character Is one of the peal for contributions to the fund and pended on the new year's crop. The There are millions of good cltizenr Mrs. John Land, R. F. D. 3, The Young Men's Hlble Class meet in emphasizing the importance of I four or five hours spent in taking the Ilox 155, Lancaster, Ky. in th scountry, but the bad ones make mrt Important of luimnn qualities. in the church at ten o'clock Sunday placing n tablet commoruting the Inventory make tip about the most most of the noise. The Exception. Cook Stoves, Sib to $85. Heating enlevements of Mr. Ilradford in profitable half day of work that the morning, llrother Underwood is now The Mosquito I certainly don't watt Some young men are so energetic the Library he aided in founding and farmer can put In during the year. teacher in charge. A cordial wel Stoves, $1.00 to $20.00. Stove pips, to mid any oil on my land. New York come is extended to all young men I'.'ct. Roofing, $1.50; coal hods, to which he donated the precious I Mr. Mcholls says they never go to bed until Just be- Herald. 40cts.; tire shovels Sets, and other The annual inventory forms the to attend. files of his paper, fore dawn. Usually dad pays the Have you read this month's num things Just as cheap. Oliver Riding real foundation for the accounts kept Sis Crops a Year Ralstd. bills. Very sincerely yours, In sonthern Clilun from two to sis; on the farm business. Without the ber of the Lancaster Baptist? It is Plow $50.00, Oliver Walker Plow, Charles Kerr, fine paper, anJ we want every $15.50. Wire fence 55 and CScts. Inventor)', it is impossible to deterIf you want to become unpopular, crops are raised from the name land Desha IlrecMnridgc, each year. J. R. Mount & Company. begin talking about your own troubles mine the farm profits for the year or member to have one. II. Giovannoli, Three new members came under while other people are telling you of what the farmer Is acttfually worth. Florence Dillanl, FOR SALK: One 0 II. P. Fair- Pity Would Replace Hostility. theirs. Such an Inventory makes it possible the watchcare of the church last Sun banks and Morse Engine; one InterMrs. Charles P. Norton, If wn could rend tho secret history for the farmer to compare his stand day until their letters are received. national feed cutter, with pipe; one Mrs. Waller O. Hullock, Regardless of the fact that Christ- of our enemies, we should And In each the end of the year with his We welcome them to our number. 14 Inch Nordyke and Marmon com man's life sorrow ami suffering enough Committee. I mK mas Is so near we do not see any barstanding at the end of the previous The latchstrlng is still out for others mill. to disarm all lioitllltr. Longfellow. J. 11. Hughes, gain days advertised among the bootyear and shows him whether he has to make this their church home. NINA Lancaster Star Route. leggers. Rsvsaltd by Teltscop. The ladle are busy this week get Stars lost or made money. Another big Tlie number of stars that enn be Mr. Marion Prewitt is sick at this advantage of the inventory is the fact ting ready for their bazaar Saturday Some women would be perfectly seen by a person of average eyesight Notice. I that It makes it possible for the farm- - Read their advertisement in this willing to keep expense accounts if Is only about 7,000. The number vis- writing. Anyone holding claims against the week's paper. Mr. Kldd of this place Is at Con - r to study nnd analyxe the farm bust- their husbands would furnish the ible through a telescope Is from will present'same estate of i Despite the absence to 100,000. nm ... ilocate me weaK places anil lights last Sunday eveningof electric properly J. S. Hurtat once. Anyone money to pay them with. way on business. iu proven an inspir Th-In t0 c,one "" ' Mr. and Mrs. Dill Layton motored Ing song service was held at the regu. owing the estate, please settle the Jt ves me rarmer a goon to Richmond Monday. '"""V G. M. Green , Admr., same. excuse iu can in me ioois anil equip- - ar hour of service. Tho history of Rev. Chldrrs closed a three days I , ,t,, James Hurt, dee'd. several of the (Impel songs was u .l i l meeting here Wednesday night. given and the songs sung with a full- ed so that nil equipment of the farm l t Shoes! Shoes! .nr. nnuI .ra. ll t - IS rnincr spent i can be brought together and put In er understanding of their meaning. i bunilay with .Mr. nnd .Mr. Charlie condition and its value compared with The rendering of "Nearcj My God Slightly worn for women and chil to Thee" with variations, by Mrs. dren and girls school shoes at the old ween. that of the previous year, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Chronlic Ross, Miss I The Inventory may be taken any Harry Tomlinson, was one of the Hrummctt stand, near the Garrard Lucy Kid and Mr. Abney weru in I time between now and the first of mosi enjoyanic anil wonderful num- Tobacco Warehouse. Don't be deceived into buying inferior seed. Ruy the town Monday. "The Home of Many Shoes." April, although if it is to be usetl in bers played during the sen ice. The services next Sunday are as A. J. Thompson, Prop. Genuine Kelley Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP Mr. and Mr. Nathan Ward spent making an income tax report, it must taken January 1st. Once started. follows: Sunday School at ten o'clock, (13 Thursilay with her parents, Mr. and BURLEY, with the LONG POINTED LEAVES, which gives It the inventory should be taken at the preaching at 11 A M. and 7:30 P, Mr. Chronlle Ross from three to four Inches more length. M, Junior and Senior Unions hold Stockholders ..tu,l w. th.. min I. '" time each year. their services from 1:1G to 7:30 P. M. "0-- ' W There will be a stockholders meet I1VC hOUrt IOUr Or -- nmln.. n. w,m nf , frn,..r. hnv.. You are welcome to all our ser- ing of the Garrard should be needed to take and sumTobacco Ware begun to strip tobacco. house Company at its offices on marize the inventor. It should in- - vices Come. We are glad to know that Mr. i.Imii - II. I ..I ....I Friday, December Georgea Clemenceau, the Campbell street,2:30 o'clock. Mas. Malear of this p ce is improv- - L Wnt, and machinc I . .. ... other prop- - "Tiger of France," honors us 22nd., 1922,G.ntDavidson, Sec'y-Trea- s. lnr. Shi. hat liipn HllL'thiv III. " L. supplies on ham! an dall The singing school will start nt the L.rty umJ tho int..r..it of the fnrnl by hi.i presence In America. Nina School House Tuesday night, husiness. in mrh H..m ..f Ki,h i. He docs not come to devour large enrollment Is expected. t., aulLmi.il a nrmwr vnl.in Thi. Notice us, as did the tigers of old In I Mrs. Lucy lirooks of St. Louis, Mo,, should bo consen'ativo and should search, for human meat, There will be held a meeting of has bvn visiting Mr. Chronlic Ross be, a nearly ns possible, what tho their the Stockholder of the Citizens NaThe old Standing Burley had a round pointed leaf, but B. L. and others of Nina this week. article would sell for, lens the cost of but rather for the more pacific tional Rank of Lancaster, Ky., for the Kelley nnd Sons, by careful breeding and crossing have deMiss Lucy Kidd entertained her getting it to market, or what it would purpose of renewing and purpose of electing director to serve the former friendship the ensuing year. veloped their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the long sister, Mrs. Klkln of Wnllaceton and cost to replace it witlt an article equally as good. Estimates should that existed between our two The election will bo held at office pointed leaf, which gives it more length and more weight, still Miss Klizabeth SikIiIKt, of Paint Lick be avoided and actual measures, Saturday and Sunday. of said bank on Tuesday, January 0, nations. retaining its bright color, which has made this seed famous 1U23 from 10 to 2 o'clock. Mnrh. rfinimint hm tiipn tflvin In weights nnd counts be given as near- Let the Tiger roar often and Ihroughout tho United States. " I10"' L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. the play that was given at the Nina loud, and to his heart's conPrice $2.00 nn ounce, $12.00 half pound. 24.00 a pound. School House last Saturday night All men are foolish In one way or None genuluo without signature, "Mr. Tubbs of Shantytown." A another, anil most Bewtire All In ounce packages. of us in trying to tent. large crowd was present. The houte keep the fact a secret. We positively will not permit fox He is thrice welcome to our pvory package. which appears on was kept In an uproar by the wits of hunting or hunting of any character land and to our homes. The devil knows hi friends when Mr. Tubbs who never let anything or trespassing on our farms. Any worry her. They expect to take It he sees them, but don't let this fac violator will be prosecuted. prompt you to uodge around the corto another place or two. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Price, W. A. FOR CHRISTMAS ner. Price, Joe Criscillls, T. J. Price, R. L. Elkln, D. M. Lear, It. L. Barker BARGAINS IN Why envy the man who lives In R. V. Parson, Marlnds Longsworth. You wouldn't want to be clover? J. P. llland, Asklns and Moberley, Writ To-da-y rubbing elbows with n million bC all J. J. Sebastian, W. A-- Moberley, For Your Copy your life. Forest Calico, Davis Sutton sad Hughes Hros., M. II. Turner, R. L. Now If we could Just make the wets B. L. KELLEY ft SONS Arnold, Ed Uaker, J. A. Scott, W. a little dryer and the dry a little T. Worrel, A. B. Doty, W M. Marsh, SEED CATALOGUE For that good FLOUR wetter they might be able to take , R. P.I). No. 1 banks, H..M. Kurtx, J. W. Sweeney, It through the same straw. go to J. S. lion, George Conn, Prather and Witt. STUBS A Ct. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Creech, Donaldson Jones, Doyle Old. The man who Is quick to start and R. J. Maswsjart af'tka Burley Tebacce Growers' Cooperative argument and slew to quit Is a blessfUld. (Other names will be added open ing In a wsy. He prevents other Depot. Laaowtar.Ky Ateaciatiea Near people from wsstlng so much breath. (tf,) 1 th payment of 25 csatt) 1 Av for Farm and sBVsslllH Buried Treasure!' Home. resolutions were The following adopted by the member of the Lancaster Woman's Club at a meeting held Dec. 2, 1022: In tho pa!ng t M'- - Fannie Cotton the Club has lost a member who In even way did all she could toward the growth, prosperity and Interest of the organisation. As a club woman she was cordial and courteous toward everyone with many charitable Impulses. Neither pettiness nor resentment had a place in her character. As a sustaining factor she was ever to be depended upon. Mrs, Cotton was an exemplary cltlxcn of Lancas ter, proud of Its material prosperity and was anxious to have its physical beauty improved and enjoyed; and in years to come, in order that the fu ture members of this club may know how fully she was appreciated, be It Resolved, That this memorial be entered upon the records of the Lancaster Woman's Club, that the copy be presented to the family, and that the same be published In the Central CluiilM CriNm i KATES Sitigle insertions le a word No sd taken for less than 20a In this column. No ads la this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five, .) .) WALKER BROS. Season Here for ventorv T trail-blaze- Baptist d) 70,-0- 00 ..... . ll "" KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED 1 i- THE IMPROVED STANDING UP BURLEY ht Meeting It..-....- .!. ' j '' Hunters Candy, Fruits '1 1923 SPRING and Apples EMLE