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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 14, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922121401_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 14, 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 THIRD YEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 14. 1922. SEVEN MILES Running Smoothly Present HUMIIR 36. INSTRUCTIONS FOR HURLEY PREPARING FOR MARKET GIVEN Foot Ball Banquet Lara Crowd ENTIRE CROP SOLD Hurley Tobacco Growers' Co COACH HEBER Made Many Friends Durinjr His Stay in Lancaster In the pawing of the 1022 High School foot bait team, one can not Of Lexington Road Turned Much Infarct! Being Received Local Warehouse ban. One of the most enjoyable Over to State for Mainquel held for some time wa the one tenance Growers Urged to Take PIcn given the victorious High School foot The local house for the burley to- h?eco poolers began receiving the! ty of Time in Strippinjc ftall ixund nt the Kcngarlan Friday Enginoar Slaap Complimsntfd tobacco last Monday and quite a lit night. About twenty-fivpeople, tie Interest I being manifested an Their Tobacco anil Grad-- t t wn other than the entire squad Seven mile of the Lancaster anil and after the bountiful feed Lexington turnpike, that portion from much satisfaction i expressed over ltK it Heforo Delivery which wn excellently prepared and Lancaster to Camp Dick Robinson, the Management and the grades that being given by Mr. J. It. Ulnnks, to Association served by Mr. Sanders of the which ha been under reconstruction aru e pre-cnKen-garln- n, Co-op- cr operative Association Sells All 1921 Crop On the eve of the opening of the receiving phint of the Hurley To bacco Grower' Cooperative Assocla tlon to rcrclvo the 1922 crops of It members Monday,, President James C Stone sold the last of the asso ciation's 1921 crop holdings to the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco company, of Winston-Salem- , North Carolina, thru their Kentucky vice president, T. II Kirk, who In October purchased for his company 54,000,000 pounds from the big tobacco cooperative. Dans had been made by Secretary and Treasurer II. Lee Earlcy, of the association, to have check for the final payment on the 1921 crop in the hand of the growers by January 1st., but the conclusion of the denl for the remainder of the association's 1921 holding, Mr. Earley said, will hold up the payment for n few day. Every member will get a larger check than had been figured for him originally and the saving to the association by sending the entire amount in one check will be several thous and dollars. but think of the splendid work of to member of th Instruction Burley Tobacco Grower' sUlve Association In regard to the tripping and preparing of their to bacco for delivery have been apnrov rd by Director of Warehouse Ralph 31. Marker of the Hurley Tobacco AMocIatlon Growers' jtnd will be tent to all member of the organization. The Instructions, In full, are a "When your tobacco come In cae while hanging In the barn and you are ready to lake It down, you will find that ome of the .tobacco somewhat different, either In color. texture or size, and when ready to take It down, separata by atlek and thla will be of great help to you more time to itrip the poor qualitie and place them in their respective grade an din thi way your grade will be uniform and even. "Take plenty of time to make a first-clas- s Job of stripping. You do no thave to ruih your head off to get your tobacco in the market a certain day, aa the aMociation grading and advance in one and the tame every day in the eaon. Wait until your tak in proper cam tobacco Ing it down. We want to warn you agalnit mixing grade on the ame tick; always keep every grade on ita own stick, never get the tame grade (or familic) mixed in the hand or bundle. The adoration has divided the tobacco into (even grade (or familiei) a follow: Grade A Flying or bottom ragged 1 follow: talk were made by many present, both the foot bailer and the hosts. We wish that we only had room to comment on the many good things that were said at the meeting. The boy of course boosting the spirit thown by the people of the city, white the admirers who were host to the boy who wore green and whlto were highly complimentary to the entire team and assured them that they were behind them for anything that they might want. All in all thi wa one of the most enjoyable banquets given in Lancaster in a long time. One of the guests made mention of the Cynthlana game but the toast master immediately called him down. Great Foot Ball Player leave. Grade II Trashr Just above you flying. Grade C Lug ur the thin bright solid tobacco from which cigarette wrapper are picked. Grade I) II right leaf for smoking or chewing and from which heavy wrappers are picked. Grade K Hed leaf or chewing. iiraue r up jor smoking or chewing. Grade G Green. "You want to know when you look at leaf tobacco to which grade or family it belong. lie especially care ful to keep all damaged tobacco to it self and all green to itself. The neatest you can possibly strip, tie and handle your tobacco, the more money It will bring. Tie your tobacco neat ly in medium sized bundles and .straighten out each hand a you place it on the stick and when the (tick ! placed In the bulk have a nice wide board with which to straighten out and pre down smoothly. "Alwaya keep your bulk wull cover. ed to prevent drying, duit, etc. When you are ready to deliver your tobacco, go carefully through your bulk and lay out each grade to Itself, Then load It on the wngon on the stick, placing a marker between each grade. "Should you have to ship in hogs head, be careful to keep the tobac co straight and keep teparate by plen ty of paper. Under no circumstances take tobacco off the stick to load It. It not only can be handled easier, but will look much better and will .grade higher. Never take wet tobac co to the market. You can dry it much easier at home than at the de llvcrlng point. "The ole object of the association U to help you mnke money out of your tobacco, lour In careful grading, neatly handling and delivering, will go a long way in helping to attain thi object. If you any information, call on your grader at your delivering point and ho will cheerfully give you Mme." do-si- re In commenting In last week's issue of the Record relative to the foot ball season and in giving an account of each member of the squad through our own fault the author of the article fsilsd to make mention of one of the bet all around men that we had on our squad, one who was al ways out for practice, one who would try hard and do whatever you would ask of him and one that could be counted on at all times, this was none other than Ota Moore. Young Mr. Moon-- was In several of the hardest contest that the I .anem ic r Hi participated in and always came through the struggle on top. He was o perfect terror in going thru the lines ami made a wonderful man on the defense. "Auto" as he Is called Will make one of the best men Mounon Capt. Crutchfield squad next tain Highway, (Dixie Airlnc) which season. runs through tho county, the remainder of the road will be completed In Robin- the spring of next year and will likewise be turned over to the state. son, Two Up to this time twelve miles of highway have been turned over for state maintenance, thus saving the Hey' Mascot! Will you page Cap county about $500 a year maintentain Robinson and Captain Crutch- ance, to the mile, or a total saving field, for they are the two stellar of $ 0,000 a year. bat ball and foot ball players for Lancaster Hi. Captain Robinson, class '23 wa elected to lead the base Second ball nine the coming season while Captain Crutchfield wa elected to Through his friends in various lead the foot ball eleven next season. part of tho state, Senator Joe HasThat these two stellar player will elden, who operates Crab Orchard make good leader goes without say- Springs, is getting a strong play for ing and in our prediction they will the republican nomination for Lieulead on the diamond and gridiron tenant Governor. He is a business one of the best teams to bo found, man anil occupies n strategic geo both being likeable chaps, star ath graphic position that hardly will be letes and have real talent for lead- overlooked by the "hand-pickerership and fighting for their men and in making up the state ticket. If rights. The people of Lancaster nominated, Senator Haselden, being should rest assured that under these a holdover, would have nothing to two lad Lancaster HI will again hnve lose In any event. Louisville Times, a "dandy" team and the boy who elected them should be congratulated Burley on their selection. for the past four month, wa accepted thi week by the State Road Department at Frankfort and In the future will be maintained by the state, relieving the county of any additional expenses, as far a this piece of road I concerned. Most of this road wa reconstructed under contract by Mcssr. Hughe and Ware, our local road contractors, the remainder being done by the county crew Itself, all under the su pervision of county road engineer, Irvine Stapp. Mr. T. II. Smith, of Winchester, division engineer, wa In the city la'st week and gave the road a thorough Inspection and evidently wa well pleased, for in his recom mendation to the State Road Department, he took occasion to compliment the construction of the road and at the same time threw a nice bouquet to our county engineer Stapp. In Mr. Smith' letter to the department recommending that it be taken over for state maintenance, we quote thi portion of it: "For your Information I would like to call your attention to the manner and care which was taken in the construction of this road. The County Road Engineer of Garrard is to 1h-- compli Approximented upon same. mately 0 inches of compacted stone was placed upon this road and the finished surface of same is extremely smooth and free from wnves, with an unusually good cross section. Ditches' and slopes of the cut are IlkewiiH- - in unusually good condition." This section of road Just completed, is the main portion of the our grader last year nn gave such universal satisfaction Mr. George A. Ilrown has completed hi organization and everything running smoothly. Andy Crouchorn succeeded Mr. Ilrown thi year and Is tho efficient and energetic floor manager. Uookkreper D. A. Thorn as, I Issuing out the advance to th grower and all seemed pleased, They will be more than pleased when they learn that an increase has been on all ordered from headquarters, grades. This will be especially pleasing to those who have some cx cellent bright tobacco, as some of these grades were lowered from the advance ..rice of last year. About forty wagons are being untoade daily, with ever' day practically fill ed up until Christmas. who wa coach John G. Heber, who gave ueh valuable services and under whose tutelage much of the success of tho team I due. He I a splendid young man and made many warm friends during the six week he worked with the boy while in Lancaster. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and at one time was one of the leading men on the varsity foot ball team of that institution. It was by mere accident, together with a portion of good luck, that his service were secured and his work here will long be remembered, not only by the team a n whole, but by the foot ball fan of Lancaster and Garrard county. Ballou A Koister Local Buyers Receiving at Nrw Warrhouta Baptist Church News The Juniors are planning a special program for the evening of Sunday, the 24th., and It is hoped that all member of the Union will help ta make this a splendid service. The Sunbeams also have a Christ- ma program in preparation. Mrs. J. E. Dlckerson will have charge of the Senior Union program for next Sunday evening. Only n few more days In this year. Shall we make them memorable by genuine loyalty to our Lord expressed in definite Christian service? The service at the regular hours next Sunday. You arc earnestly invited. On account o'f the difficulty In heating the church, the December meeting of the Woman's Missionary' Society wa postponed from Wednesday of last week to Sundoy afternoon nt which time a very Interesting and .helpful program was rendered Subject: Fulfilling the Royal Law. The Girl's Auxiliary had a hort but very interetlng program last Frl day afti'moon. Leader: Hnttle Mid dleton. Subject' "The Life Line." Mcssr. Jake Craw and Joe two Kelley very clever fellow and good Judge of tobacco have been receiving some tobacco bought from parties not In the pool at their new ware house on Campbcir street erected last summer by Mr. Lou Hopper, of this city. This firm has bought all to. gether about 150,000 pounds, so they inform us, at an average of about 29 cent a pound. About fifty thous and pound have already been re eelved) The new warehouse I ideally lo cated and built along modern Idea under the supervision of Mr. Hoppe and acordlng to hi plans and spec! fication. Crutchfield and Captains Elected Buys Herefords Haselden for Place s' Price for Christian Church Notes Membership Day was observed last Sunday. The services were well attended and five took membership; namely, Mr. Henry Arnold and two children, MIsi Angle Clay and Will Ray; Mr. Hoytton Ray and Miss Marie Cotton. Others are expected in short while. The Canvas will be made next Sunday. Thirty-fou- r men, going by twos, will try to see vcry member of the congregation in town and county cu that day. It is hoped that mcmbvrs will remain nt home in the afternoon, unless necesiity take them away. The Christmas service promise to be very Interesting. In the morning, Dec. 21th., a Christmas cantata will be given. This will be under tho of Mrs. May Hughe N'oland and that of Itself bespeak the excellency of It rendition. Those practicing for the cantata say it is one of thu most beautiful ever heard. A special entertainment will bo given at the evening hour of the same day. Thi will bo under the direction of Mrs, Theo Currey's Sun Jay School class. This fact also as sure a fine entertainment A thank offering will be taken at the closo of tho evening entertainment, consist Ing of provision and money, The provisions will be used locally and sent to the Orphan' Home. The money will bo sent a a special offer ing for Ministerial Relief. Kvery-Member November $25.83 The report of sales of burley to. bacco as shown by the monthly re port of all warehoUM-i- t in Kentucky for November to W. C. Ilannn, Com missioner of Agriculture, shows: Hurley tobacco mill tor growers, 3,214,737 pound for $830,G10.38 average 925,71. Hurley tobacco old for dealer, 149,305 pound for $113,770.21, average $25.29. Hurley tobacco resalu 152,190 pounds, for $35,519.24, average $23.34. Total burley and average 3,810,. 298 pounds, fur $985,905.83, average $25.83. Mr. Harry Rice unloaded n nice bunch of Hereford cattle here last week which he had purchased at th Tattersall's Sale and for which he All had paid some fancy prices. told there were fifteen head includ ing their herd bull, Ilcau Prince 27th. and for which they paid a handsome filgure. 1'nnsy Uritlsh, was the name of a fancy bred two year old with Dollins con calf by side. The Hereford Idercd one of the most popular breed The marriage of Miss Abblc Todd, in tho state and we predict that tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank investment will bring in handsome Todd, to Mr. James Dollins, of Point profu to the firm of Z. T. Rice and Leavel!, came as quite a surprise to Son. They were married In Louisville last friends of the contracting parties Thursday night and are expected Nice Home to Sell home the latter part of the week In this issue we are carrying the The best wishes of all friends go out advertisement announcing the sale of to them and trust their married life the beautiful property and its hand mny prove both long ond happy. some furniture of Mr. Sam Cotton's. Thi home I ono of the most desir Legion able In Lancaster, Ideally located splendidly improved and in tho high Card have been received from est statu or repair, the building a Adjutant Meadows calling for a very good a new. The property will be Important meeting to be held in offered on Friday, December 22nd. Commander Edwards' office Friday and at which time the elegant house at 7 P. M. It I the desire of all hold goods will be sold. executive Committeemen that they have a largo attendance. Friday No This Week night. Dec. 15th.. 1922. at 7 P. M Tho notice also states that this will There wil Inot be a meeting of the be the last meeting of the year. Chamber of Commerce this week which usually meet on Friday eve ning, but a very important meeting Hens of the organization I booked for Friday night, December 22nd. Will pay 13 cents n pound for Hens reorganization of the body i now in process, with flatterng prospects of and 15 cents a pound for frying tlze every success. It I earnestly urged chicken, weighing Hi pounds and that every member make it a point less. Highest market price paid for eggs. Hotel Kcngarlan to be present at this meeting. 1 Todd marriage which coma a a surprise to many friend was that of Miss Joanna Ballou to Mr. Melvin Kcister, which took place at noon Thanksgiving day at the rectory of Grace church, Rev. N. C. Duncan performing the ceremony. Only a few intimate friends were aware of their intentions. Miss Bnllou's home was n Kentucky and she came to Morganton in September to teach at the North Carolina School for the Deaf. She Is a very attractive young woman and has made many friends since coming here. Mr. Kcister has been In Morganton several years. He is an assistant superintendent of the Itcrnational Shoe Company's large tannery here, and is a very popular young mnn. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Kcister motored to Ashevllle to spend the week-end- . They returned Sunday and are living with the groom' father, Mr. Grant Kcister, at hi home on Terrace Place Morganton, N. C. Journal. The bride Is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ballou, of this city, and a niece of Miss Ellen Ballou. She Is an exceptionally fine young woman, with many friends by the thousand. She completed her oral work nt Northampton, Mais., this year and was teaching in the School for the Deaf at Morganton when she became Mrs. Kcister. Everybody here want to congra tulate the young mnn on winning Miss Ballou, who wil make him a wife that he will always be proud of. The Interior Journal ha known her ilnce she wa a child and 'knows whereof it speaks. Interior Journal. . Sevier Arnold J Meeting Mr. Richard Lee Arnold and Miss Virginia Sevier, of Danville, Ky., surprised their friends by gong to Jcffersonvlllc, Ind., and getting mar ried. Mr. Arnold is the son of the late Mr. and Mr. T. M. Arnold, of this place. Ho was formerly of this coun- ty, having served in the late war, was over sea several years. Ml Sevier I the beautiful and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sevier, of Danville. Mr. Arnold ( to be congratulated on the prize he ha won. Meeting and Fryers Wanted IBKly V &Eaissssssssssssssi i'sbIssssssssssssssssss! fW J' aP ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssl (12-14-2- 0 Another Penalty Sheriff Robinson I in receipt of a letter from Assistant Auditor Doyle, at Frankfort, Informing him that not only did the six per cent go on De cember 1st, but nn additional penalty of six per cent goes on the sheriff after December 31st., on all taxes not settled for by that time. This notice wa icnt out to counteract an impres sion that these penalties wcro chang. ed by the last legislature, which wa a mistake. Pie Supper There will be a pie supper at the Hickman School House, Saturday night, Dec. Kith., beginning nt 7:00 o'clock. Everybody I Invited. f ' JsLjsssstfsssssssssssH (asssssssssssPsssssssssss! Fatal Accident to Williamsburg Boy Underwood returne from Williamsburg Inst week, having been called thero by tho fatal Injury of her nephew, Klmer Crowley, who wa accidentally shot by n companion while out hunting. Young Crowley wa taken to Knoxvlllo Immediately T. (sSP'MHb Mr. Farmer We want to turn our Dugglcs, Wag Mr. J. Christmas Articles at my home, some Christmas articles which I would bo pleased to show my friends, 1 pl.) Mr. Leila Landram I have on sola ons, Stoves, Ranges, Wire Fence, Hoofing, Faints, and Oils over to you at lei thnn cost. See u before you W. J. Roman buy. (It) "Wrecking Roberta Budget" will bo presented at the High School Audi terium In the near future. Thi la a three act comedy and one of the best entertainments to be given by the High School boy ond girl. Splendid Show at Roman' Opera House. See them. (It) aWKant' fancy (12-7-3- KaaUcky Faraa Feed, Horss a ad MuU Batlay, Bairy Fa Huataa A Fatwaii. FeW. BakWs Pur Wkaat Braa, irauad Lias, Saad, Caaaaat, saw a ad Praised Brick. Rock, Cosa- - and everything possible wa done to save his life but to no avail, he having succumbed three days later. Klmer Crowley wa a splendid young man and had re cently attended the Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond and wa exceedingly popular. Tho new of hi tragic death ha cast a gloom over the community la which ho lived and brought aorow to hU grief stricken family and friend. BaUaraV after the accident Holiday Gifts Cheap Three Act Comedy "Wrecking Robert' lludget" - by The Woman' Missionary Society Amateur Cast of the Christian church will conduct from Holiday Huiaar in the director Lancaster High School room of the Citizen National Bank, At II. S. Auditourium Friday and Saturday, December 15th. Tuesday, December 19th. and 16th. Articles from ten cent up 8:00 P. M. will be offered for sale, beside cake "We want new scenery for our stage" and candle in profusion. BaaaawSsCuiaT! . Dear Sant- aTho modern OUUsk FUsir. HuW HuaW 4 Faruii. Uvr la towsi. Wa W-4 Faraau ksmk. Caavlsta Kaaawka Salt Im sack aad Bast for curiae Maat. HusUaa A Faraau. gift seeker and the patron of Santa, no longev resort to pencil and paper, but uses daddy' typewriter to make clean copy for the White Whiskered old gentleman' Admission 25ct. correipoodence, simplifying the postman's work and giving Mr. S. Claus Msal for sala. Cotton no opportunity f to make a mistake HuaVoa A Faraau. because of IMtflWIIty. 5d Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dac 14, 1022 TENANT ENJOINED FROM SELLING HIS CROP AT AUCTION Judge Temporary Orders BingMarshall Upholds ham Act and Right of Landlord Final Hearing In March I jf is not for off and our complete display of XMAS IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION HOLIDAY GOODS Moberts Youngsters Show Ability in Producing Beef Calves The showing that farm boys and girls of the State made with their baby beef calve at the first annual fat and feeding cattle show held recently at the Dourbon Stock Yards, Louisville, has marked the first year of this kind of work with Kentucky farm youngsters as an unusually successful one, according to M. S. Gar-sidassistant State, leader of junior agricultural club work at the College of Agriculture, who had charge of the baby beef project. Club members had a totai rf 1C4 calves at the e, -- The Burlcy Tobacco "Growers' Co operative Association has been notified that the first case of a landlord member of the Association, seeking to prevent a tenant from dumping n crop instead of delivering it to the pool had been won, temporarily itt least, by the landlord when Sttven and Brown of Glensboro, Anderson I county, were given a temporary In junction by Judge Charles Marshall,' in circuit court at Lawrcnceburg, restrVnlng Jesse I'each, their tenant,! a crop on the loose leaf! from floors. I Fine Stylish OVERCOAT Gaberdines, Whip-Cord- s, Heavy Coats - FOR MEN. BOYS AND THE KIDS We have fine assortment of OVERCOATS Drug Store. formity that marked the Warren county calve. Considerable credit for the success of the Warren county youngsters I given to Charles Davenport who cooperated in financing the purchase of the calves for the club members in that county. The 14 boys who developed the 1C calves in Warren county load were Robert, James and Joseph Davenport, James Spradllng, Aubrey Burnctte, W. II. Wright, William Amos, John Downing, Jessie Mitchell. Jack Alaxendcr, Ephram Walker, Vernon Bcttcrworth, Arthur Cecil Betterworth and Dewitt Young. BUCKEYE Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kurtz were in Danville Monday. Mr. W. E. Whittaker was in Louisville first of the week. Mr. Hiram Ray bought 10 head of cattle In Richmond at Sets, per lb. Messrs. R. W. Sanders and W. II. Kurtz were in Lexington Tuesday. Mr. Mnl Carter bought some nice hogs from Mr. W. E. Whittaker. Mr. Wm. Jenkins and family, of guests of Mr. ?ewby, were week-en- d and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins. Mr and Mrs. Hiram Ray and family spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis at Hryantavillo. W. M. U. meets at Mrs. R. W. Sanders Thursday, Nov. 21., at one o'clock. All members arc urged o be present. Mis Martha Curtis, of Bryants-villhas returned home after a visit with Misses Sallie Lou Tester and Ethel Jtay. e, how. Chief among their winning were the two grand championships that they won over adult feeders and breeders. Ephram Woods, 14 years old, of Stanford, and a member of the Lincoln county club, was the owner of the grand champion individual of the tbotv while members of the Warren county club, who fed their calves under direction of County Agent W. II. Rogers, produced the grand champion carload of calves. The 16 calves in the grand champion carload sold for 15 cents a pound while the grand champion individual calf, produced by young Woods, sold for a $1 a pound netting him $ 1,260. In addition, he won a total of $320 in prize money. The Viuman Packing Company, of Louisville, bought both the grand champion individual and the grand champion carload. Experienced feeders and breeders, who attended the Louisville show marvelled over the fact that 14 different boys could take 10 calves and feed them seperatcly and still produce a carload of baby beeves with the uni Peach, it was alleged by the land-- . lords, had agreed verbally to deliver I his half at the crop grown on Steven and Brown's land to the Association,! the landlords being members. Tlicl temporary injunction forbids him to I withhold his half of the crop fromj tin Association and enjoins him fromi del voting it elsewhere. Lawtcnccburg .t-- ( F. R Feland, torney, represented the ladlords, pro secuting the case under that section! market-of the Bingham Ing act which declares that landlords nro "conclusively prrsumeu to ne able to control the crops raised on' the?r farms. The Anderson county case is the first of the kind U come up under the Bingham act. The hearing on the temporary Injunction is set far the March term of circuit court. Graders for the Burlcy TobaccJ, Growers' Association recently received instructions and prospective graders paved examinations, which Included mainly their ability to do the work requrcd of, them, as shown In the actual tests in grading the 1922 crop in the presence of Director of Warehouses Ralph St.--' Barker and other officials of the bur- ley at the Fayette ware--( , house No. 1 in Lexington. Growers mny register their crops for delivery w"h the receiving plants cither by calling th manager by tele-- ! phon, writing or calling personally, t nili man litlnr i!vsn si ilniu t ala. ' livery. The warehouse' department asks that grown do not reserve dates for delivery of their crops until they arc stripped out and actually ready to deliver. Growers are asked also to give the names and addresses of all tenants when registering for delivery. I for your selection made in the best styles to be had this season. Boys' Coats $10. to $25. SSStBSWSSBMSSJ Men's Coats $15. to $35. Kids Coats $6.50 to $10. Let us show you now while we have the Coat you want in the size you wear. Copyri'fiht 1922 Hart Schalfntr & Mars House of Quality. GUY. Jas. W. Smith Lancaster, Ky. a. us GET RID OF THAT "TIRED FEELING" you feci run down and half-sic-k Arc yuu thin, no energy, na ambition, no pep"? Now is the time to take Gudc's It will trace you up, give you n delightful feeling of vi;or ambition, enrich ytMr blood, build and firm, solid llcsh. and. bring the healthy color back to your akin. Your druggist has Cude'e Liquid or colid, as you prefer. DOpale, all the time? easily tired IYpto-Mangan. Every man has a place where brn ns should be. Sometime they are there. ARE YOU A CUS I 9 K 1 Gude's pepto-anga- n Tonic and Blood Enrichcr TOMER OF PUBS? IF HOT, WE BOTH LOSE. THIS IS TO NEW RESIDENTS AND THOSE WHO HAVE NOT FAVORED US WITH A TRIAL ORDER. it to Farm Account Book Now Ready for Farmers edition of the Tho fifth annual Kentucky Farm Account Book, prepared by farm management specialists of the College of Agriculture, has Just come off the pres-- and is ready for distribution to farmers of tho state. Close to 3,000 of tho books weru distributed last year but It Is expected thut an even larger number of farmers wll keep books on their business during the coming year. Thu book contains 40 pages and contains space for inventories, receipts and expenses of the fjirm bus!-neeach of which are divided into a number of different heads. Among' the features provided in the book ate a summary of the year's business, changes In tho farm business suggested by the accounts, direction for finding the income from each class of livestock, records of mortages, notes and accounts, directions showing the farmer how to find his net worth, breeding records, farm nates and the time, rate and method of reeding farm crops in Kentucky, Copies of the book may be obtained by sending IS cents to tho college at Lexington to cover the cost of printing ana" mailing. s u, i Other good people In this community have found their financial ndvnntuKc to become steady customers of ours, becnuse as a Kencrtil store we sell radically everything, nnd our enormous volume of C usiness enables us to cut the price clear down to the limit.' Wise buyers are aiways willing to try n good thing at least once. When may we expect you? Your Produce is same as cash. Becker & Ballard BMTAHTSVII.U, KENTUCKY. WBsWHsHssBBsiBil I .ssfsvsH Thursday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Men of Mrs E'lcn Mullens, of Gooch's da left Friday fur Corbin to attend pike. Mr Sutton Is the son of Mr. Mrs tieo. Sutton, of Crab the funeral. Mrs. Sam spent the (Delayed) past summer with Mr. and Mrs. Mert-d- iand Both brides are very The baby of Mr. Win. Steel is quite pretty and attractive. She was a splendid christian The 111. woman and made many friends here, .grooms are being congratulated upon MIm Mary Brown, of Bryantsville, who regret to hear of her passing , winning such prises In the lottery of away and deeply sympathizo with the ' matrimony. The grooms ate Indus-(triowas home recently. ami substantial farmers. Quito Mrs. John Donaldson left Sunday bereaved ones in their sad hours. for a visit with Richmond friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater gave an i a rolncidence of this wedding that Mrs. Mullens and Mr. Sutton are Mr. and Mrs. James Ynntis were elegant reception Saturday night In cousins and Mr. Mullens and Mr. visitors the past Friday of Jin. Jno. honor of the two bridal couples, Mr. first and Mrs. Stephen Mullens and Mr. Sutton are first cousins. Their many Donaldson. y About forty friend wish for them much proper-itMr. Kobert Martin, of Richmond, and Mrs. J. L. Sutton. and happiness through life The supper friends were present. was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. was served in courses, the color V. T. Sutton. being yellow and white thru- Mr; Frank Foley, of Winchester, , scheme 17 spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. out the menu. The table was beautiful and had for its center piece a Jake Foley. rut glass vase filled with yellow and Miss Carrie Yater was a visitor re- white Chrysanthemums. Those who cently of Mr. Steve Sutton, of the (attended this delightful affair from I l liH iki IkiIH psrrnt ! chUilrcn and quits uaact nui7 Crab Orchard road. (Stanford were. Misses Maud Yater "Our bb. t 4 tomtK Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton and Mrs. and Lucy Harrison and Mr. Dewey J ktpf Ut Mft .IsMKt ... BMW. i it )uhi. l'o4.'' lltM.r .IT r Wm. Green were guests recently of Shank and Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Cam tttffn'-tUf ntuth. li ni4iii kmm llt4liwicwl. ..4 Ihk.h. ... Mrs. John Donaldson. den. W.B.V..4l.tft.rp,r..C. t-Mrs. Wm. Barnes and daughter, Miss Beulah Yater and Mr. StephMiss Ethel, were guests Wednesday en Mullens, Ml Ethel Hendrix and of Mr and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Mr. J. L. Sutton surprised their by going to Jcllico, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker were Sunday visitors of their daughter, Thanksgiving day where they were married In the Lobby of the hotel by Mrs. Itoy I'rathcr and Mr. I'rather. McRobcrU Drug Star Mrs. Mullens Is the Mrs. Albert Phillips returned Fri- Rev. Baker. Years are much like king. A day to her home In Corbin, after u daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Henry visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantis. Yater and Mrs. Sutton .s the nieco of one die ' there is always another Mr. Yater. Mr. Mullens is thu son ready to take Its place. Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Clark, Messrs. Arthur and Summer Clark motored from Corbin and spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs. Clcve Clark. "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" Mrs. John Walker and daughter, Miss Vivian and Mr. Grover Ward, arrived Sunday for u jrisit with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mrs. W. R. Ramsey and son, EdIs the watch word on win, of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams and Miss Amanda Adams, of Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. and DIXIE STOCK Mrs. James Yantis. Mrs. Wm. Vanhuss and children, of Corbin, and Mrs. C. R. Henry and Pure Breeds are cheaper today then they Master James Milton and Louise will ever be In the future, why not buy your Henry were Thanksgiving guests of foundation for your future success. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J L. Yantis had for When belter Poland are bred we will their Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. breed them on THI DIXIE. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and two sons, Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Messrs. Taylor and Harry Ramsey, of Lancaster and Master Harry Turner. The men enSANDERS 1ROS. J. M. AMON. PROP. . joyed the day In hunting. LANCASTER, KY. Mrs. Sallie Sams, the mother of Mrs. A. M. Merlda, died in Corbin many-friends m mas "PURE BRED" FARMS Dixie Stock Farms. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 14, 1922. KEEP HELP BUSY IN DULL SEASON Good Way to Keep Force Employed on Rainy Days Is to Make Concrete Posts. AVAILABLE WHEN MOST NEEOEI GRAND OPENING in i Fall white"" TM:' I 3 By AQNE& V, MM. ! a. BROQAN 8 . frjjSf??5ja?? Wt.l.is Nis-- r Union.) Strength It Main Requirement Rich Mixture Should D Used Cur lor at Least Four Weeks Defor, 8ttlno Out, and an a' bsa. av.. 1 f little The men tu the club had been storlea of past udtcnturc. A tall man fin eil a alow nurt of a smile uud smoothed his graying hair. "I knew a llltlo Indian girl once," he began, then stopped and said no more. It tuny hiuo been that his mind n'wrted to other tldngx, or It may hate beeu that ho wua fond uf the Klrl. A Rood way n keep the form lal" r faere employed during (lie slack st. H nnil ii rainy tin) U to bau tome fHnH and material ready ami Ih Hllllir tin- - time in making iihi.t. i. IfctK tnn. Ilicy arc attractive, ilur bK titty in make and imt fxtvniv. Jjr Making Ilit'Hi In .nrr Hint, u u, Mjr of h nr u will tsMSlnte awl be they nrv hh Untile .W. Mettil forms ntnti ho pur MM) cawl. Itnt hf-mffc- ' - wm fum. will ila r WnB. TIh- I ami -- In. lUt ry nrronlltiK i Mo) nt typo Ik wit 4ttliM, Imt n hi e Ittrami qaiiri. Nt IW Im.k. i h"M Uim1m( n t t tlirte l wcM-cure- d " ON NEXT SATURDAY we will have a grand opening of Toy land with everything possible in Toys and Holiday Gifts. We have an attractive display in the Biggest Toy Store. . ttx .(I uj "fMii ' I - Waft' MrMHtfc la its ism in --1H. n rtcb vslitt-shu-slIh uw Hm Mrt mt nwMii. on and imc ti. of ctH mi ml nHcl there imrt. . ixrftMaw r Hrwfce) Mtttir. with i ! llWi'nr tNMH h ainall litckufy t... In cowl. TkiM MHitcrlMK hmild I. 'nlsnl wttfc water l Make . f laitMwm wrt efn'li-ti- . :r il -tH-t-h irr at ltr to. Minna led In LnOu illlage. .Shu was Indian-horn- , but ono looking at her would sen a modern young woman of unsually attractive uppcaraticv. The Indian girl hud known the advantage of the public school, till wns considering taking up soine future when Joe cume back upun the scene. Jo had been n companion of Minna' childhood, and approved of her people. Hut Joe had liewi awuy mtviy yetim, studying, tnnpllng and And Jou had returned to tlio howc of bin futlicm bectiUM Minim's memory Milled him. Minim grew lem lnteri-Mii- l In u future caniT and mure Inter.wted In Jim. Minna, with a Joy In the gwme, lilayitl with hit affection. Thlt way Imve luiii a mivhu'i iMpiibui, tow, for srt-uchlni'IhiiI) .he iMlvli'itl lii rb of her ylniur. 11m yotmt; American from .Nw Vorfc city eui u'mut this tliwi to ImCw UnphU. on gi the tinnmlHiliHi. Jack llolden hii! a craft on which n llketl to hlsti-bridc- e MMKi earn-ret-e iti an bawr tin Uom th water sttaasld be tailu-at new t:i m wi wiikiu ti rmtmi nu4aK flrvt put in a mmi ttarw four mrfc tMrfc Tin put :n h tU , ee-Vt:. (m than ran ht lr.- - ' HIMmc Injur . mH ahaot thiw fourth. frwm rmrk wlfr, ft.-ill prrfrrably be t ti. 'nirtli i.f an n . quarr Meri 1 lien ti'I t' IU tlrfwtlm fm f ' IkIi IIM-- rU Mirr'(l t' rt'"!' u ..fin-- We Have Suitable Xmas Gifts for Everybodu CUT GLASS GLASS-WARE E JHif w5 CHINA-WAR- ALUMINUM WARE PYREX WARE SILVER WARE TOYS TRICYCLES KIDDIE CARS SMALL AUTOS FLIVVERS WAGONS CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE Wc insist that you come to our store to see our line of Holiday Goods and buy your Xmas needs at the cheapest price possible. We are prepared to give service with courteous treatment and are looking forward to your visit. Durable ml lntpnilve Pottt at) llirti f lii top. ntu ii ttvn iniri HhN art' li'H'nl h l f..ti' nfti-- r li .. "i the imiM U iiDnihli'trly filled of JEWELRY CHAFING SETS CASSEROLES MANICURE SETS KITCHEN CABINETS CLOCKS it.hih the nm OlrfllllJ tniiini iIomii hut nut hi ua tn cll.turli the ri'lnfurrlii.' Ih m mr o'HiiHfn IhI timlili tin roimtv thin of iniMTi ti- - U nconinilili.' l liy nUnklns or "Jlciilru;." Tin' fiiruu nlmulil nut ! ri'inovf I fnun thi" xiit In li' tlmn I limirs aMl, If txixllili', IS Imurn r tin- - During illlini: obiiulil Ik tl' TOILET SETS IVORY Everybody is comlnd, VICTROLAS CANDLE STICKS PICTURES SHAVING SETS ELECTROLEERS ELECTRIC HEATERS FLOOR LAMPS OIL HEATERS GUNS CUTLERY tn-t- i Iinmllnl Hblli crrmi. MihmI u on rml tn r in. iiMri (iriitiH'ttl fnun wlml uml mm uml itlltmtil tu ciiti- - fur nt lwit fuur urt-knot. Uifun- Purine tliN mtI.I tin-)- li(iutil ! thonuik'til)- - ui'lliil rm li ihiy mi tlmt tin-j- - will not lry nut ini Tin- - jmila uliiiulil ! ran-fnil- Everybody is urged to be PhESENT at the GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th Till' lHt ntlil HlmpIrM Miiy tn fiMtcll ho line ulri't uf llii fi'iirp In tin Mtit U t titilkl n Kliurt uf calvntil'ol wire amund tin' IhiIIi klilm of tin imhi tin- - imhI frwHi Hh Imrk nml ttKtitl)' ii run ml tin- - I ln win. I I'U-c- frtt. tl't Haselden Bros. LANCASTER'S acre. third strum of lloone County White made US bunheU an acru while Iteid's Yellow Dent, another variety used In the test, made 1)5 bushels an acre. Hickory KinR and Iowa Silvermine, the other two var ietios used in the test, each averaged NO bushel un ocre. The yields in the tost were accur ately determined by measuring oil a representative strip in the various row and weiijhini; the yield from yields accurthut strip. With tc ately determined ft was possible to calculate the iold from an acre. Henderson county has grown more acres of corn In the last tun year than any other county in the state, County Agent .Martin says. The fact that high yields have been shown to be practical possibility for fanners in the county indicate that the crop wll continue to bo one of the important ones in that netlon of the state. A Do BIGGEST STORE ' ry MlnnaV hi frieniN. failed to intertalu him he took Iwr often with them. One afternoon Jim atelied them go. The mpldK were tolng high their foam and tueglng at Joe'ii heart caim n great fear. The traiiger Imil lnrn wiirmil acalnit the r.K'ka of the rapliN, hut had lunched tn relenxly. Near twilight It hnpix'Ri'd. Joe knew lintlnctlvely the meaning of the crowil nMembled on slion. With the long, free stride of h!i riico he wa khmi In the inldt of them, lie had no need to seek the cau.e of nnxlety, for out on the rockx. the rapldi boiling around It, wa Jack Holden'.) steamer. KleureM could bo seen on the tipper deck, flgnnllng frantically for help. "They ventured too near," an old boatman explained nngrlly, "and to go to their aid l lniMiklble. No boat could make It, no one "Hut an Indian," another voice fpoko excitedly. 'The Indian alwiiyn known the water, especially thl peril out water. If we could only get hold of Indian Jim and lilt boat" "Jim!" went up the cry "Jim would ncilo tho very rapids," they nald. The old Indian had tdlpied Up quietly and Ids boat was launched and on Its way. "One boat." walled a woman, "can carry no few." Joe leaped to a second boat, nnd u 1th a laugh of bravado he looked back. "I, too," cried Joe, "am Indian 1" He planned doggedly, n he struggled on, sure of bis power, exulting In Inherited skill over, the waves, how he would snatch Minna from her lover, her alone he would bear safely to hore. Ai lie neared the sinking boat Im saw, through his suffering, that old Jim had triumphed; they were reaching down Minna Into hl cure and refusing to be rescued. "I will not go," screamed the Indian girl, "untem you taki him, too," Her arm designated the tall American on deck. Tho American wa left. Joe could seo him plainly. All the women were safe In Jim's boat. Joe made a last effort. The men wero ready for html If Minna loved this man so that she would die at Ids side, then he, Joe, muit save him for her, Safely bark nt last tn culm water Joe turned Ids shaMly fnce to the American. "you," be asked, "nre going to marshit-wa- pleMfHire eiitMrttsin And liernuno .Mltiira nrr ' j TAKE CARE OF FERTILIZERS Manures Scat- Farmers Have Different Wayi of Car Ing for Barnyard ter Over Fields. liuve lltlT.T.Ht DlfflTrllt furtutTH wiijh uml ini'iiiiH uf I'Hrltu fur tliiHr Imrnyunl iiimiurt'K, lut miiIWv It to my, ilu nut let It lirruuiu 'Xhim-- i to lku ruin nor I Ik' nuii; If ihimIIiIi. kfi'p It lill.il Ui In order to prevent tlio e in I o of cuhik tvlilch nre rlrh In iilnnt f.MMl; hs often u irnrti'iilili, Imul to tlio IleliU. uml Im iiieillutely plow It under, llmvewr. If liluniire Is to lie iluvel under, the tiluntlns: uf erupt no tlmt land should nut lie tiwi ImiB ili'laed. herntlM' wuler from ruins cuiie mucli of tliu mdulile plunt fixnl to lourli nut If I here Is im uvnllulde uniulni: crop to hike up lld plunt fiHxl, INDIVIDUAL COST OF ROADS 0n and One.Tenth Cent Per Day Ii Figure Placed by Oureau of Public RsjJds. one-tent- h One and cent per duy uu Hit cost of the American lilghttuys the ludlvlduul man, wtnimu and child In Ihls country last year, after iteduct-Inthe amount mld by uutiimuMI.-- In llcenno fevs, nciDrdliiK tu Thtiuiu II. MucDonuld, chief of Urn United HttjM bunmu of public ruttds. t" in yetr averane tucky i only ti little more than -- 7 bushels (in acre, yields of more tiiiin 100 lmhel an acre nre not impus Mlde, ucurditiK to rusulta obtlriol luring the sumemr just past by N'e.ilie Tapp, a llemlerson county far mer livniK near Dixie, who ea oper- ale.l with County Ai;unt I). V. Jlur-ti- n and tlic extension division uf the ColleKc uf Agriculture at l..xiMKton in rminintr a corn variety test on liU farm to find out which variety was the liKiie.it yiuldii; one for tim. section of the state. One strain of lloone Countv White corn used In the test mm It I OA bushels an acre while another variety, I'riile of Sin I tic, made 105 bushels nn ucre. A third variety, Island Flint made 101.5 bushels an acre while a second strain of lloone County White made 101! bushels an acre. A local strain of a variety known as the Little lied Cob made 100 bushels an Big Yicldcrs Spotted In Corn Variety Teat In iti uf the fact tlmt the 10- Kenyield of curn The return of long nkirts has been What's the use of having unotricial a sad blow to the men, but not en- - observer at the peace conference? ttrcly fatal. They still have unagina- - The correspondent. give us all the tion left. news there Is, and then ome. To retain your popularity with Notice pretty girl., you should never kiss, The regular annual meeting of the them unless you are willing tu repeat' . . i.i. , , ii siucitnuiuers oi me national nailk oi the olTcnsc. Iincnster, Ky., for the election of di-- j rectors Meeting and for to serve for the ensuing year, the transaction of such other There will be a stockholders meet- business as may properly come before ing of the (larrard Tobacco Warethe meeting, ur any adjournment house Company al its olfices on tfiercof, will be hold at the office of Campbell street, Friday, December the bank on the 9th. day of January, 22nd., 1022, at 2:30 o'clock. 1023, between the hour of 10 A. M. I (J. Davidson, Sec'y-Treaand 12 M. i Stockholders s. .) (It) S. C. Denny, Cashier. Notice Notice your Christmas shopping you please. There will be a meeting of the There will be held a meeting of stockholders of the Garrard Hank the Stockholders of the Citizens Na- and Trust Company at it oirice, onitional Hank of Lancaster, Ky., for the Tuesday, January 0th., 1023, for the purpose of electing directors to serve purpow of electing officer for the' the ensuing year, ensuing year. The meeting will be I The election will be held at office held from 1 P. M. to I 1'. M. of said bank on Tuesday, January 0, J. W. Elmore, Cashier. 1923 from 10 to 2 o'clock. L. G. DAVIDSON', Cashier. 1 (12-11-3- answered tho American "Yes." promptly, "If she will hnve me. I do not mind telling you that I have had no Intention of marrying Minna until I saw today the sacrifice she would have mnde " Jack Ilolden'M voice broke. "Well." he said, "she's white, Joe, all white-l- ike you." When Joe reached the shabby o,j hou.e be groped to u couch and fell on It. Hours later, when the sleep of exhati'-tlowas past he stared perplexedly toward tho lighted kitchen, joe lived alone; some ono was there. Some one caiuo In presently and Inquired n to how ho was feeling. Tho some one was Mlnnn. Shu wore an npnm over hrr blue dress nnd told lilm cheerfully that coffeo was ready. "Hut, Minna." said Joe. unbelieving, "how do )ou come hcrcl" "I come." answered Minna matter! "to Join my brave. 1 nm i his squaw," You would have gone "Hut Holden down to death with him " "It l one of our creeds," explained the Indian girl coolly, "to not desert a friend In danger. Mr. Holdeu has No more than that, been n friend. Joe, Dearest," Mlnnn laughed shakily, "my earring Is ult tangled up In your "I knew a little Indian girl once," the man nt the club said later; then he sjMike no more. It may have been that bis mind reverted to other thloo or It may have been that he waa foad of tn little girl, after all. hair." The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 14. 1922 PAINT LICK I I t WORK BOTH ENDS By CORONA REMINGTON b MtCWr I Ntwtrr (imllcut.) ROBERTSON 'S DECEMBER SALE Mwilamri H. J. and Woods WMkcr wrre In Danville Monday. Minn's l.ury and Margaret Kranci Monday. Hammack wa on the alek O. list the first of the week. Several took advantage of the cold spell and killed hogs Monday. wru In Richmond I "I know I'll make good In the end. I have the ambition ami the know, It's going to tnke too how trouble long, and I can't ask her before t get there. With all lift millions I've got pretty decent Income lefore to have ray prldc-'l- l let mo take her. Itcsldes, tii locn accustomed to having ev crythlng she wanted nil her life, ami I can't expect her to take to the Muff. A wrong start might spoil our hnpplncs forever. ItoUnil Fuller walked up anil down hU npartmcnt sitting room and srnjv Ills line, pleil with circumstance. face showed worry frown a he stared at the rues ori the floor and dodged rertnln pattern on hi way up and down. It circumstance Under normal would probably take two or three more year to work hU way up to a In the Mrm where he would feel Ju'tl-tie- d In asking Joephlne ltcec to be ht. And he could not wait, and the probably would There were altogether too many men worshiping at her shrine for anything like that. Somehow, he must get thing In hax that he could propose within the next few week. If he only had n little more weight or Influence, he would brine these people around down at the More. Many said that there wn no such thine n pull, but Itoland Fuller wan convinced thnt It waa fully half the victory. Loads of people with brain and power were holding down hrnlnle, powerlcs position simply because they didn't know how to get wit of their ruta. Hence, nrgucd Ito. land. If pull and Influence would turn the trick mid you hadn't either, then the beat thing to do would lie to create thetn. Hut how, how on earth did a fellow work It. he wondered. An he paced up and down the room, a vision of Josephine Iteeve flitted liefore hi eye. She ocmed to be stnnrilng near him In nil her young lovellne. and hi hand gripped the coin In hi jiocket a he made a silent vow to creato pull to get him-After lf up In the world of a while he Mopped hi tramping and abently dropped Into a chair to work out a plan. Old uinn Iteeve was one of the blg-gtocliholdem In tho Morton Store company, where Kuller wn manager of the third floor. He wlhed energetically that he were the tockholder and Iteeve the mannger, but wlshlnc did not innke It so. The power of wishing may be great along ome line, but Kuller decided that It did little good In cne like thl. Doing counted more than wIMilne and weight counted l. Women's and Misses Suits, Wool Dresses, Kdwln Walker attended the Klka dnnco In Ulchmond Friday night. Miss Mary Walker' Sunday School flam met with Mrs. I). A. Hervey Silk Dresses, d ed Coats and Furs, DECIDED REDUCTIONS. at Tuesday. Me.lames Martha Wynn and W. II. Hoop were visitor In Lexington Saturday. Mr. Klmer Weldon wa called to of Sander lat week by the lllne her mother. Melamc A. II. Wynn, Kl llrown nnd Virginia Ileatley were In Kich-niond iltlon n. We offer choice of hundreds of this season's newest garments, right here at the beginning of the season, at very tempting reductions. CHRISTMAS SOLID SILVER GIFT LINES Complete line of everything for the Table from a salt spoon to a tea set In highest grade We are agents for Towle Mfg. Co., and carry in stock .Mary Chilton, SOLID SILVER. Lady Constance, Dorothy Manners, nnd other patterns. entertained the Missionary Society of the l'reliyter. tan church Friday. I)r J it. Kinnnlrd wa in I'alnt Charle I.ick Sunday to see Httle Franklin Sebastian. The LndirV Aid of the Christian eSurch met with Mr. I. II. Shepherd Thursday afternoon. A vi McU'hortrr was the guest M of her ceusin, Mtw Florence KtrMge at UVWeton Sunday Miss Zuln Calico and father, of Richmond, attended the funeral of Mr Willie Calico Monday. Currey Kiee and Jewell Wallace, of Danville, were in Paint I.ick Sun- Monday. Mrn. K. L Wood SHEFFIELD A great assortment of Tea Sets, Platters, Pitchers, Sandwich Muskets, Dishes, Sticks, Etc. In Hrushes, .Mirrors, Combs, Trays in Sets nnd Single Pieces. nnd Women. SILVER Candle IVORY day mingling with 1d friend Mr. II. L Wallace spent overal day in Stanford, the guet of her mtrr, Mrs. A delta WtU last week. y Kmma Ilurrhell sprnt a this week with her aunt, Mr. quite Ann Mobrrly, whn continue Travel vrs Sots for .Men Mi few-da- MAHOGANY III. Trays at prices from $2.00 to $10.00. Console Sets, Etc. Electroliers $L00 to $lft.00. Candle Sticks, Mr J F White, hi wIm Ha 11. been C. Nlcho-lasvil- te butnc. viiting IMPORTED GLASSWARE ALVIN SILVER daughter, Mrs. Wood returned to his Iwmr In Many attractive news lines of Ktiby, Green, Ulue, Yellow and lied Glass in beautiful shapes and reasonable prices. Mr. and Mrs. It W CMdloo. Mr. and Jim Henry White, of ltiekmml. were recent visiter of Mr. ami Mr. I! C. Woeds. Full line of Spoons, Forks, Knives and single pieces in Guorge Washington and .Molly Stark patterns. Hcst plated ware and sold very dose. JEWELRY BEAD Pearl Necklaces at special prices. Elgin Wrist Watches, Bar Pins, Beads of many kinds, Ear Kings, Cull" Links, Watch Chains, Etc. llruner and Mrs. J, W. Mr. tlryant, of Itryantsville. were guesta Friday of the latter'' daughter, Mr. II. II, Montgomery. Mrs. Walter Hammack, of North Carolina, who ha been vlsltilig rela live and old frirml at Faint l.ck, returned to IjineaMer Momlay. f lUrrtwn, Mr Sam I'enington, Ohio, Mr and Mr. Jim I'enington. of Clay county, were gunst of Mr. Jno I'enington nnd family the past week. 11. 1. Mr Francis entertained with a party the following: Dr. and Mr F II. Smith. Dr. ami Mrs. II. J. I'M nek. Mr. and Mr. It. (5. WihmU, Mr and Mr. It. W. Kslrtdge. Mr. Smith of the KxperiMtmt Station wa in (arranl Wmfansday inspecting the imiltry of all who are in the yearly eentt. She pok at t'i Poultry Club' meeting nml Kve u iHtme- very internsting point. Thoe who wre not prmunt mivtml a plendid addros. M.m Kiiuboth Con and Mr. Stan-!- ltM. of Kirkville, olopotl to Tenneet lot wtntii and worn married. Mr. lto i tho daughter of Mr and Mr. 0. W. Conn nnd ha I of luir life. ei in Paint Uek She wa n clerk in Mr. It. II. where she made many friends. Calico Mr Willie Calee diod Sunduy evv ning nt the home of hit daughter, Mr. I I.. Tuey, nfter several week illneo of tuberculosis. Funeral services were conducted at the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon at two o'clock nfter which Interment took place in the old Paint I.ick ceme- law yet. U'nlklng BAGS Ing morning n remark droped by a man In front of him somehow Muck In hl mind nil day. "Work both end Von HMlnM the middle, Charley. down the street the follow. Imported French Beaded Bags at $1.98 formerly $8.00 and Shell .Mounted Bags at $0.1)5 formerly $'25. LINGERE don't e know how many hiislne have been carried through that ue-ce- Genuine Phillipiuo hand made and ombroidurud Gowns and Tuddius from $1.08 tip to $7.00. Crepe de Chene Gowns and Teddies at very low pricus. Tea Napkins, Towels, Scarfs and Table Cloths in all sizus, very much loss than prices. Many different styles of Silk Hose, Wool Hose and Sport Hose An immense variety of new hand bags in all formed themelve Into n . .......... i .i iiiuut unit w em illlllluuilK through Kuller' Iloth end mind. ncalnn the middle both end ngalnat the middle. At the close of the day, nnd without nny feeling of shock or fear. Puller founil hlmelf walking Into Mr. Morton' office n If hi were a dully occurrence. "Oh. how nre you. Fuller?" said Morton, genially. "All right." he answered. tlll calm, "but you're going to he srarprlsed when you hear wlmt t came for." I'll po- ., . . .. . n ... "inij k' i nreii, mil my mono ninny iieen: wnen you want n thing go nfter It." "Pine motto!" suld Morton, henrllty "lt' the luisl of nil Micce." "Well. I I'm thinking of nklns Jowphlne Iteeve to be my wife, ami with nil her mllllom I Imwn't the nerve until I'm on n pretty good so I was wondering whether you'd drop dend ut the suggestion of making me Junior partner. A bucket of Ire water In hi face would hae uprled Morton leu, but. hrewd hiudnex mnn thut he wit, he never showed what he thought. In a flnidi he took In the situation, and realized that the man who married i.nly child would ome day Iteeve oe the Iteeve million In hi own huilnen Interest tinlen a will were made tying It up for life; nnd that wa hardly probable. "We'll consider the matter at the meeting. Fuller," he next director answered, nfter a while. Thank you, sir," That night Itoland obtained an In tervlew with Mr. Iteeve. "Mr. Iteeve." he began, "I have great hoi- - of being taken In ni Junior partner at Morton', o 1 now feel that ahull be able to upiort a wife and I I want to miirry your iluusli-ter- ti..t.. 1111 way." The word MADERIA LINENS HOSIERY HAND i. .. . former fr Women and Men. n BAGS leather and at all prlaos from $1.00 to $1000. ARTIFICIAL Apples, Pears, Bananas, Oranges, etc. at 0c. Fine line of genuine Kesncr Charactor dolls finost made at reasonable prfuus. FRUIT IMPORTED DOLLS CANDLEWICK In white and colors at $i.00, $5.75, $0.50 and up. quality Cotton Filled, SPREADS COMFORTS BLANKETS BATH sal-ar- We have those filled with Pure Wool, also Down Filletl and fin at prices from $5 to $15. Bed Blankets that are pure Wool both ways wool at $10 to $15. mit Led-for- d, AND ROBES at $8.50 to $15 a pair. Auto lings in pure ROBES Made of Corduroy and Brocade Velvets at all prices from $:i.5 to $8.50. FINE LINENS SILK Sets of fine Linens. Table Cloths and Napkins to match in finest Irish Linens, in all sizes nnd from $G to $20. Made by Follmer, Clogg & Co., in Umbrellas from $1.50 to $10. tery. Thi radio craze i somethlg of n nuisance, but It hat it ndvnntngus, Jut a well A fellow can lay in bed Sunday morning and listen to a ermon n thousand mile awny or he can nod without fear of detection. UMBRELLAS all colors at $5, $7.50 to $10. All prices in black HARTMAN FUR WARDROBE TRUNKS We have the sole agency here and have them from $10 to 1 are the finest Trunks made. $G0 in stock. Hunters Beware lunting or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farm. Any violator. will be prosecutod. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Price, W. A. Price, Joe Criscilli. T. J. Price, It. I P.lkln, II. M. Lear, It-- L. Uarker It. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, J. P. llland, Asklns and Mobcrley, J. J. Scbutlan, W. A. Mobcrley, Fore.it Calico, Davis Sutton and Hughe llro., M. II. Turner, It. L. Arnold, Kd llaker, J. A. Scott, W. T. Worrel, A. II. Doty, W M. Marsh-banII. M. Kurtz, J. W. Sweeney, J. S. Ison, George Conn, Prather nnd k, . Iteeve thought for a tecond In CHOKERS Fine assortment of real fur Chokers in Squirrels, Kingtail Stone Martens, Minks, etc., and are oirering them at reduction of ONE-FOURT- We positively will not permit fox then: "You're n likely young chap and I helletc you can make Josephine happy, flu ahead and try your luck," he ended a he gripped the young man's bund In both of hit. When Kuller kissed Josephine good-bfor the ninth time that night he smiled up into his face and murmured : "I always knew you'd make good. Itoland, and I'm dreadfully proud of you." "Nonsense, dear. Simply n matter of pull and weight," he answered modestly. "And working both ends against the middle." And much to Josephine' bewilderment Itoland refuotd to explain hU Come Earlj in the Morning, if Possible A. B. DANVILLE, ' Robertson & Bro.. KENTUCKY. Creech, Donaldson remark. field. (Other name wilt bo added upon the payment of 25 cent) (tf. June, Doylo Old Tha WILLIAM? y MARTHA CntrarRord, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dac 14, 922 1 I. EATON Lancaster's ) ) kf MrClan Hmtptp r4ltl,) Tell your fitlutif, prrtly Imljrf Ore your ilm with a piece of llvr and HI el.you lota of nlw lliln," Khe let In Beautiful Home and Furnishings AT Most Straw Crop Worth Mil lion and Half as Soil Builder Five hudred thousand ton of draw worth $3.00 a ton, oV a total of $2, GO0.OO0, for bulldlne up aolls reuIU from Kentucky' annual wheat crop, according to R. K. Stephenson, tolls specialist of the College of Afrrlcul ture. Some Idea of tho value of this mntcrlal I to be gained from the fact that straw stacks In Kentucky hold morn than half a much plant food ns all the commercial fertilizers that farmers of the tnte.buy. A ton of It Is worth more for building up farm lands an dmaking big crop yields than a ton of manure. "The best way to moke use of this straw is to put It in stable where It will nk up ltqud manure and thus nave an enormous amount of plant food that ordinarily la wasted. Since straw ha as much plant food in it as stable manure, the quality of ma. nure is not lowered by liberal use of straw for bedding. After the straw has been tramped in the stable and thoroughly mixed with the droppings of the animals, the plant food that it contains can be used more rapidly by growing crops. It is wasteful to let straw stacks rot and make only small patches of land richer and at the same time take up valuablo crop producing space. Hvrn if all the straw is produced In the state were used for bedding, It would not be enough to keep all stables and feed sheds well bedded with the present number of live stock being raised in the atatc. "The chief difference between straw and manure as far ns foil improvement is concerned lies in the fact that straw Is hard ad woody and decoy slowly. The plant food that it contains, therefore, can be used only at a solw rate by growing crops. On the other hand, about half the fertility in stable manure is quickly available with the result that manure make a better ihowng whrn used on crops. "Good farmers preserve" the straw on their farm by baling it or stack Ing it carefully. A good method for stacking baled straw is to rick the bale and top the rick with a small amount of loose straw. When It is well preserved in the stack, straw will furnish considerable rough feed while the rcfuso that left make 1 Alicia Mlil tn Jiemelf, "Why notr three gytwle. In three different moms the girl hail their fortune told. In iIim fhlnl mtnrv Alicia's nwmt u of lhf lodglnc hou-so Mr. Ilrowne allowed her to take thu K)py Into her e, he hail tuM All-i- n ninny thlfig she Mlil, "N'uw take Hie tn your rtHHn no I enn kIc jrmi luck In It." Jim, llnmne raid, MVII, )uu inlsttt "Mi me luck, ns you have uwil lujr room." "All right, lady; give me tin ohl ilres nml I will,' Khe Riven the drcs nhtl tuck n wlnhiil. "Well, Alleln, what illil he tell ymt asked Mr. Itrown, after thr gyple hail departed. "I can't tell, I am worn to ecrcy. My fortune will nut come tnn If I On lint krrp It to myself. Hut thl iniirh you may know I am to marry n man nauieil William," laughed Alicia. Just then Theliiia came In nml run up to Alicia' room. Allcta followed tier. riHim. , After mhhi vfi 4DCTI0N Having decided to change my residence, I will offer at public auction my present home on Lexington street and Maple avenue The In a rvntuurant. Thelma threw herself Into n chair ami mM, "I'm mi bluet" Then drew out her purr uud showed Allclu clrtM cr numervatory niiil I'luyi'l every evening gradu-at- FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd JF" XT XL the content. Three cent! Ttiat' ntt I hate- oV ran have until we're imiIiII" "Well, we are sure of our iiier at the nttatirant," answered Alicia. - I Alicia w a Southerner, with a won she eoulil piny ilerful talent for ruii-lthe piano or violin either. .She played for a Mare ilmiclns teacher alius xi he hml more money than Thelma, tint Mie wb very lonely. "I wl-- h I hail u aweetlHurt," he remarket! to the authored one ilny. The authorm sighed ayiiipathrtlr ally. She, too, wa lonely. Alicia went to play accompaniment) for a sinter one evening, nml met an agreeable young man. Tliey like! each other, anil he m her home. When tie wa leaving her at her itoor lie. ntked If he mlcht call. Alicia save htm enullon. Ijiiigti your namo Wll Ingly h asked. Ham? " c; AT TEN A.M. This residence is the most complete and handsomest in the city of Lancaster, situated on the West side of Lexington street, the lot beitig 168 feet frontage and running back about 237 feet. The house which is a two story frame building, practically as good as new and contains ten rooms, upper and lower halls, bath room, trunk rooms, with enclosed back porch, furnace heated, with large roomy cellar, and one of the best built houses in the city and in the best of repair Hot and cold water throughout the building, with modern electric fixtures in all parts of the building. Outbuildings consist of a handsome garage, large enough for two cars, also two story meat house and laundry house. Elaborately equipped with shrubbery, roses, vines and shade trees and some nice fruit trees. Concrete payment running on both Lexington and Maple avenue. Nothing could be spent on this home to make it any more complete. ' At the same time I will sell the handsome furnishings in this home consisting in part as IV X s JEX T "No; whyr "Oh, nothing." -- rolled Allcln. One evening Thelma, who had a beautiful voice. wa singing "Sometime." Alicia playeil beautiful vnrla-tlonthe verse,' Uoklng up. che caught the eye of a young man . who was lhorotichty enjoying the mu-ale- tnunnureil. They both smiled. "I hot' hU name Is William," she "Whose name U Wlltlamr Inquire! Tlielma. "Nobody, ilear, that I know," will eml Alicia. Then Thelma cane again. Jack Thornton gated arouml the room ami cutis tit n glimpse of n familiar face. "Wliy, there' Mm. Ilrowne." he thought. He strolled over to her table ami spoke to her. "If It Isn't little Jack Thornton Ctvwn upl" she exclaimed. "It aurely la." he replied. They talked of the time when he wn little and they were neighbor, of the music, and Mri, llmwne told Jack he tnuit come and x-- her. he mliL "1 "I hall he am lonely In ill city." One eieqllig a he wit with SI ra. Ilrowne, whom lie now vIMIed often, a trala of Lively mulc awept through the houw. "What la thatT he "How Ixautlfuir ThU time It was a violin. Sir. Itrowno opened tlie door. "That la Alicia ItamloliCi playing. Her miulc I write my In Hondvrfully loplrlng. prettiest thing when khe playa." Tha violin laughed, talked ami acrramed fairly, uhllo they aat ene que-tlonr- follows: ONE HANDSOME PIANO and PLAYER; one Parlor Set; One Oriental Rug; Seven Large Rugs and 15 Small Rugs. HANDSOME MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SET, consisting of One Table; One Buffet; Dining Chair's, Two Host Chairs, One China Closet, Tea Wagon and Serving Table. Six BREAKFAST ROOM SET, as follows: One Table, 6 Chairs, China Closet, Serving Table, Large Mantle Mirror, Nice lot of Chinaware; Sideboard, One Sewing Machine, Eureka Sweeper; Console Table, Hat Rack, Telephone Stand and Hall Mirror. LIBRARY SET, consisting of Book Case, Davenport, Library Table, Writing Desk, Edison Grafonola, Fish Stand and Globe. FIBRE GOODS: Table, Fern Box, Magazine Rack; Two Chairs, Couch and Wardrobe GS first class bedding." Womtn Potts In China. Among the poet of China the woman predominate. We should about thins leou. Worth While. Nvr not trouble ourselves Nap that am past Valuable Elephant Tusk. ilnsle tuk of an East African bull elephant has been known to weigh A . Trunk. 333 pounds. I 5 Tho next time he came Sir. Ilrowne invited Alicia down, and Jack know when ho left that lie had found the one girl ho had hct-- looking for o long. HI dream had come true, If he could win her. Sir. Ilrowne, Allcln and ho tpciil many pleasant evening at the opera, concert and ) on. Alicia knew him only n Sir. Thornton, a Slrn. llrownu never called him by III given name, bvcmue lie wan I ml Alicia tn have tho had aatd ln would h kwevtheart like. Alicia loit lnterct In the young man khe hud met at Sir. Iliiakt-tt- ' when (he learned hi name wa not William. They hud Jolly time, and one day Jack told her ho loted her. To hi aitonlahinent Allcln atked: "I your name William)" "Wlmt do you meunl Don't you know my tiaiue, dear)" heard It." "No, I "Tliat' funny. Sly namo U John-J- ack to thone who love me. I)o you lovo me, dear!" "Yea, I do. and I don't cure If your name Itn't Wlllluiu. I like John anyway." Then alio told Jack what the fortuue tranced. "What a oul that girl mutt hnvu I" "Sh ha, and her volet-- , even, If full of mmlc." frigerator. KITCHEN UTENSILS: One Majestic Range, in good condition; 1 Four Burner Oil Stove; White Enamel Kitchen Cabinet; Lot of Cooking Utensils and Linoleum; Lot of Can Fruit and Preserves. ONE SEVEN PASSENGER NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE. ONE SET OF OLD HICKORY FURNITURE, consisting of Swing and Three Chairs. TERMS of the sale of the home will be liberal and announced that day. TERMS of PERSONALTY: $25.00 and under that amount cash in hand, over that sum a negotiable note dub in three months, bearing interest from January 1st., 1923. Possession of property will be given at once or January 1st, 1923. Those desiring to look over same may call Dr. Printus Walker, Phone 317. -- BED ROOM FURNISHINGS: Three Brass Beds, with Springs and Matrices; One Feather Bed; Three Dressers; Hat Rack; Two Stands; Writing Table; Chifferobe and 3 Fiber Rockers. Two Jardaniers and Stand; Check Protector; One Hall Tree; Medicine Cabinet and Re- Selflihnfs Hamper. It la to Its doubted If he will ever1 And the way to heaven who desires to go thither alone. Fvltbnm. The Exctptienal Ptoplt. It takes nil kind of men to make a world, except the kind who boast of their wealth to the taxing offloj. Galveston New. ce," said Dorothy, defending her batty sister, "aha hasn't got her talk Innjuuuo yet, so she ha to cry for thlng. Itoston Transcript. City Driving. In an alley some small boy were, taking turn rldlne n pony. Above tho clatter of hoof on tho pavement, a thrill Juvenile voice was heard shrieking, "Open him up. Kddle, open him up. Aw geo ho ain't half open." ton No AtUraatlv. SAMUEL COTTON Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, IN BANKRUPTCY. In the mater of J. S. Goodv, a Bankrupt. On this Sth day of Dec, A. D., 1922, on considering tho petition of tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 22th. day of November, A. D., 1022, it I ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the ame on tho 9th. day of January, A. D., 1922, before said court ut Covington, Ky., in said district at' 10 o'clock, in tho forenoon, or ns near thereto a practicable, and that notico thereof bo published one time in tho Central Itecord, a newspaper printed in satd district, and all known creditor and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. W1TNHSS the Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judge ot said Court, and the Mat thereof, at Richmond In said on the Sth. day of Dec, A. D., 1922. J. M. MENZIH, Clerk. By Paralt White, D. C Governor May Call Special Session of The Legislature .1. A suit by Attorney General Charles Dawson to delay the establishment ner teller bad auliL A Thnlcallty. The Counielor You've heeu Indict 4 for attempted uaulauiblr. The I'rlaouer That ouffeta be eaaff U defwd, 'catwe It waa a bmh, b4 a dau tbat beat t of the new eastern and wc.tcrn nor mal school or a special session of the General Assembly to repeal the act providing for tho school was regarded as the possible solution to the tangle which has resulted from the assumption by the Normal School Commission of the authority to select the faculty for tho school at Murray. Should a tuit be filed restraining the Conclusion from acting It would probably be a year before it would be decided by the Court of Appeal and in that case the new General Assembly would have ben elected. Govrnor Morrow ha been appeal ed to by resolutions adopted ia Ash land and Pikcvlllo to call a special to repeal the act. He has stati'd that If he doe call n special session it will be for the sole and specific purpose of repealing the Normal School act, and not for selecting other locations. Governor Morrow was in conference this week with tho Attorney General, the State Auditor and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. No revelation were mado by those in attendance with the exception that it affected the Normal School muddle. State Senators were divided in their opinions to the proprecy of eating a special session though they were practically unanimous in saying that it was not the intention of the Legislature to give to the Commission named by Speaker Thompson and Leutenant Governor Ballard the power to name the faculty and erect the buildings for the two Khools, session cent more feed than tho lot that was culled and produced no more eggs. The extra cost of feed, however, I but one of the larger costs. Others are tho extra labor, extra housing room and extra capital Invested. A uri nirani of Inrri-mln- i To enable the poultryman to cull eiri production by proper culling Is given J his hens properly the exhibit give In an exhibit entitled "Make your tho points to bo looked for when do poultry pay" shown by tho Uuted termintng a poor layer learned and State Department of Agriculture at are means of increasing profits from the International Livestock Expos! poultry. tlon,' Chicago, December 2 to 0th. All men are grateful for favor be Two pen of llo chicken are fore they are granted. One lot of 12 hens was not shown. culled, and ate In one year 000 Creating millionaires wouldn't be pound of feed, costing $20.70. The half as bad If they would only devote 12 hens laid 100 dozen egg during their wealth to making the rest of us the year. Contrasted with this lot rich. i one of 8 hen which were culled, and which laid the same number of There is one thing for which all eggs but ate only 600 pounds of feed, men are truly thankful. Women ant at a cost of $13.50. The lot of 12 not born with th shape the fashionhens that was not culled ate 60 per able gown give them. Culling to Increase Egg Production Shown in Exhibit Tha Central FUcord, Lancaster . Ky.. Thursday Dac 1.4, 1922 Useful Gifts Men Boys for and SILK NECKWEAR SILK HOSIERY WOOL HOSIERY FLANNEL SHIRTS SPORT COATS ARROW SHIRTS GRINNELL GLOVES PHOENIX SWEATER Gurlees Famous Guaranteed CANES AND Clothes Extra TroiSBrs Free with Each Globe Siiit HATS AND CAPS 0 BAGS AND SUIT CASES LOUNGING ROBES SMOKING JACKETS UMBRELLAS HOUSE SLIPPERS Lancaster. The, Central Record ANDERSON BItOS is being written, our food and our clothing and our gold arc being sent abroad in great Kentucky The slogan proved effective and Mr. swamps of misgovernment. We feel Gardner, a genuine business man, a that a businesa man, inexperienced In man who had to successfully admin politics is quite at likely to fail In istered his personal affairs that he thu crisis as It a politician who has quantities for this very purpose had amassed great wealth, was will- had both political traininir and busl- and hundreds of thousands are ing to be drafted to serve his state. nes experience. being saved from starvation. The Democratic party nominated (Anderson News) This we arc glad to do, beIt is our opinion that the best place him. He was elected. He served to inject cause it is an act of humanity. buinesa methods into our In view of the fact that Kentucky four years as governor of Missouri. But we are eternally opposed has never been more needful of state government is In the subordinThe transformation which the busi- ate yet elective offices, to the wholesale admission of a liasiness administration, a business horde of refuges who have business governor would seem upon ness governor was expected to work men In the slate legislature, a busl- man for may have taken place but there were new man as been reared amidst blood, first thought, the panacea for the secretary of treasury, a butchery and trickery. That innumerable ills from which the com few visible results. At least the business man as state auditor. U Missouri voters did not approve of it, vitally important Minor. would be an act of insanity. as a business man is now suiTering. DeceaW 14. 1922 Uicailer, Let the Greek nation house monwealthintelligent unselfish Ken since upon the expiration of the term for governor. In fact a business man God forbid! Every It is .because of the presence its own refuges, and if neces tucldan who earnestly desires that the of office to which the buinei man as governor with the remain.W of Rattt For Political Aaaouacetaeals. of so many foreign malcontents sary we will aid in feeding and state of his nativity co forward to had been elected, a Republican gov. the ticket made up of "professional ernor was chosen as his For Precinct and City Offices.! 5.00 in this country that we arc in clothing them until they can the accomplishment of those Ancr It is to Folk, a political miccruor. politicians wouhl place the business governor, executive In a positon become self sustaining. 10.00 where he could things which will advance the com. that Missourians point for For County Office an ex a constant state ot internal But no more! For State and District Offices. 15.00 monwealth and promote the happiness ample or a competent, sureemfut exe be of little service to the state. The volcano of discontent is of her citixenship, prays for a leader Finally, In the event the Ideal buI-nes- s .10 turmoil, with the. shadow of For Calls, per line cutive and not to the business man per line man Is found and he so directs revolution and becoming hot under our feet as! of vision and ability. .10 bolshevistic For Cards, who failed In an unfamiliar field of is. the affairs of Kentucky that her for all publication! in the interplunder always hovering as a it We will not knowingly kick The next governor of Kentucky endeavor. ills are ameliorated, we will face a task as stupendous as has est of Individuals or expresmenace in the background. The most striking example of the off the lid. sion of individual views, per ever confronted an occupant of the failure of a business man in our na shall be unwilling to deny him the Admit a million and a half 10 line governor's mansion. tlonal life may be found in Mr. An opportunity of serving further In a direct from the hotbdd of in.05 Obituaries, per line There has been much discussion as drew Mellon, secretary of the Uni pubic way, because In rendering a trigue and fanaticism? . i to what type of man can best serve ted States Treasury- - Many there are monumental tervl- - k h.. i himself in the class of .'the political Kentucky as her next governor. we grant who will not concur in Never! the Yes, they're fresh Tnose' prospects of a business man statement that he is an example of Men and women of foreign governor courageously seek to a business man who has failed as an for Leg birth who have come to us in Don't fall to see "Wreektmr Rob lead along paths, which Kentucky office holder. Wo got a supply of past and have proven them erts Budget" that will be presented Will the campaign of foreign the has not yet explored. The criticism within his own party nt the High School Auditorium in Lowncy'a Chocolates selves to be good citizens are propaganda never cease? The greatest error Into which they would indicate he has not been en- the near future. direct from the big fachave fallen, in our opinion, has in the We are severely criticised welcome, and we extend to attempted exclusion of those men tirely successful, firing a business tory every week. because we do not open our them the hand of fellowship man, he Is unable to overcome his Mr. who have been in public service as money bags and pour their and good will. bias in favor of big business. gubernatorial otfice holders from W want to turn our Hunrls. War. No matter what assort .Out they constitute a suffici contents into the bankrupt It appear that his actions have ons. Stoves, consideration. Ranges, Wire Fence,' racat " you prefer," wo ency. Unfortunately for Kentucky, her been largely Influenced by business Roofing, I'amu and Oils over treasuries of Europe. to you always have tawncy interests. Ileing a business man he If Greece needs aid in feed affairs have not always been wisely at less than cost. See us before you We ore importuned and has favored big business. We do not ready for you "just administered under the guidance of buy- W. J. Romans, wheadled to cancel the billions ing her own people who are (It) v right to cat," the political governors. But that is object to that to much as we object forced by circumstances to reof war debts due us from our to an apparent willingness to favor not conclusive evidence that they Overalls are still In style If you turn to their native land, we late allies. would always be judiciously adminis- business Interests to the extent of un- - don't beHere It come to II. S. Tues We are charged with desert- will extend that aid in the "Treat with a package tered under an executive which might equalising advantages. A business day at 8 V. 31. ing them because we are not same manner that we have be denominated as a business man. man in the governor's chair might of Lowney't tonight" The business man at the head of: govern for the private business In willing to embroil ourselves in been doing it in various counLUNCARDIA stands high above all affairs in Kentucky, as a result of his terests of the state rather thau for preparations in quickly removing the tangled affairs of the na- tries in the past through the toughs and Colds. "Deep-seate- d Inexnerirnro fn the irlrnrn of rnvrr. Kentucky. tions across the seas. Red Cross and other such iment might make errors as egregious Should the proponents of the busi Coughs and Colds are a menace to the LUNGS." Tak nn rtiitnr. We are denounced as war las those which the political governors ness man for governor find a candl-dat- e n syrun of merely pleasing taste, but Joe Giunchigliani. Prop ..... 9 lltin a profiteers because we sold to No one can charge the Uni in whom there reposes virtues hxfTe made. recommendod and We are unwilling to admit that all and capabilities which they assert used by Nurset and Physicians, and the late victors in the war the ted States with being niggardly politicians are Incompetent and that should characterize Kentucky's next proclaimed the best. Unequaled for munitions and supplies with n feeding and clothing the sore throat, difficult breathing, etc. I no politician should bo considered a governor and induce him to become uuc which they prosecuted that war hungry and naked of foreign una ,'u per bottle. Your a candidate, it is quite probable that money back i if any other gubernatorial candidate. a preparation and they were sold upon the lands. Even as this editorial I To do so is to cast aspersion upon we shall support htm. nj'rvacne u ior goot results. Manufactured by Lunganlla Co., Dallas, r, 'the memory of Cloy, Breckinridge,! We are not disposed to agree FOR SALE 11 V that only a business man can Texas, .Jefferson, Lincoln, Webster, Clcve-'lan- d McROUERTS DRUG STORE. and Roosevelt Though more lead Kentucky out of the miasmatic (ll98t) , each , commonly classed as statesmen, AND TO LOYO of them was a politician. We are unwilling to disparage the service Every one here are sure pulling briltobacco leaves since the good season. they rendered nnd discredit their beCONN liant statesmanlike achievements Mr .and Mrs. Wm. S. Kay and cause they were politicians. daughter, spent several days last There is no more .honorable profesweek with the tatter's parents. no sion than that of politics. In HARDWARE and other field of human endeavor is Mr. nnd Mrs. Kirby Tenter MMBBMMBMQ HHHHHasMftjguMIW sons were in Lancaster Sunday af- there offered a wider field for useDish Pans, 10 (it., was $1.25, Sale Price , $1.09 ternoon to see Mrs. Walker. fulness and large service. To disDish Pans, M qt, was S1..15, Sale Price .. . $1.29 Mr. II. C. Webber and ton, Kdd. credit politicians it to discourage Cooking Set was 1.50, Sale Price $1.39 of Cincinnati, hnvo been visitors of those men who should, for the public t. Peculators was $1.25, Sale Price Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Matthew, THE WEEK OF interest participate in politics, from! 95 t. Ten Kettles was $1.!10, Sale Price .1 .98 rM. nnd Mrs. Wm. Simpson and offering themselves. There are politicians of the most Mr. Jess Simpson were with Mr. and Hound Roaster, was $1.00, Sale Price .89 " vicious character. Men to narrow Mrs. L. L. Matthew last week. Double Boilers, was $1.00, Sale Price 95 Lipped Kettles, was $1.00, Sale Price Mr. and Mr. Luther Peyton, of and selfish that they are incapable of .89 serving effectually in a public capasee and guests Lancaster were the week-en- d Water Bucket, was $1.50, Sale Price $1.34 city. Such politicians If placed In of Mr and Mrs. Squire Whittaker. Dippers, were 25ct., Sale Price office In Kentucky will only add to 3 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and litPan, 3 and 1 qts, was $1,50, Sale Price $1.10 , ' thu chaos that Is constantly growing tle Miss Allio H. Snyder were the more confusing. You must see to know all the Bargains, This guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hay We will have with us for this week a While there ore fewer examples of Sunday. Bale will only be on until December 23rd. Come men In politics, the failures business man from the Majestic Factory. If you wast early and pick your choice. We also carry a full Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Preston and recorded by them in a public capacity raage come in and let him tell you all Une of toys Xmas candles ami Fire Works, a daughter, of Lexington road weru is as high proportionately as Is that Auto Tires and Tubes and Blue Grass Gassoline. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ray last of the professional poliabout this Range with a reputation. week-enn,8 have tician, In our judgment. coal for every purpose , Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker and Mrs. at $8.00 per ton. Each load sells another. We cite two examples of business Wm. S. Ray and daughter, Charlotte men in public office. A few years A., spent Fridsy afternoon with Mrs. ago there was launched in Missouri I. L. Matthew. a "business man for governor" Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Simpson and There had been abuses In the son, Wm. Hobsrt, Jr., and Mrs. Patsy state government. Mlwourians felt "Live Live Folks.1 POINT LEAVELL, KY. Slnpson were recent visitors of Mr. there was grave necessity for a reforand Mrs. L. L. Matthew, IB mation In the politics of. the state. is insistent pica of those nations, We are told that it is our ti.se Yr iMui w.kir- duty to come to the aid of civiliPavaMa In AdVaaca. zation but with gold in our J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. hands. R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. And now comes the Greek Entered at the Pot Office in Ln nation with a demand that we Mali let down our immigration bars caster, Ky., as Second-ClaMatter. and open our doors to a million and a half of Greek refuges Fmin Adraniaiaa Ra THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION from Constantinople and Asia Will a Business Man Make a Business Governor? ... ...... ......... Pulling The Spangled office-holde- r. Farmer THE PURITAN 1 how-ewe- STOP LISTEN BROS. COME - 1 ALUMINUM SALE STORE 18th. to 23rd. . THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE cc CONN BROSr and Let cam-pafg- n. Henry fl. Moore & Son Th'Cntra! Record. Lancati, Ky. .Thursday, Dec Mlis Ellxnbeth Walker, of 14 1922 rmtmmmmzmmmmmmmxx r Your Xmas Shopping Early AS WB ARE SHOWING A VARIED Mrs. J. A. Amnn and Miss Frsnkle Knuffman have been spending a few day In Cincinnati. Paint Lick, Ky., student In the Kentucky Hollrffn tnr Wnmn. ntjrfa1nfl night with a delightful rabbit roast! at the Lancaster club house on the) nix aivcr. i nose present were Misses Elizabeth Walker, Georgia Driicoe, Lyde Chenault, Gazelle Speckerman nnd Frances Turman, and Messrs. Herbert Covington, Hope Hudgins, h. Y. Willis, John Dugnn, Ed Walker and Mrs. Millroy. Danville Mcsscn- Complimentary Mn. E. L. of handsome day at the home Dave to Mrs. Nat Owsley gave a Hro-naug- tat 1 NOTHING is sweeter j than our SWEETS NOTHING Is better than our h FVArnrAf. riiBiTiA mrr LINE OF tabic lovely SILKEN WEAR CAMISOLE OR BOUDOIR CAPS OFFER INEXPENSIVE BUT BEAUTIFUL GIFTS IN THINGS THAT EVERY LOVES TO HAVE A NUMBER GF. JEWELRY GIFT OPPORTUNITIES OF THE MOST APPRECIABLE KIND ARE OFFERED IN THE SPECIAL SELECTIONS OF DEENTIRELY ORIGINAL SIGNS WE SHOW FOR XMAS. ferns. ed and In ndditlon to those mentioned above covers were placed for Miss Louise Ilronaugh and Mr. Robert Ilronaugh, of Nlcholnsville, Mrs. W R. Cook and MIm Mnrgaret Cook, of Danville. appointment Sun of Mr. and Mn. Rom on Danville avenue. The was beautifully laid and had a centerpiece of sweet peas nnd An elaborate menu was serv BEST sert ituclf. Remember this when your sweet tooth begins to as- Splect line of confectionery and nuts for the holiday trade. CANDIED FRUITS FOR YOUR FRUIT CAKE. WO-MA- N Well Styled Coats, Suits and Dresses at December reductions for Ladies, Misses These are practical gifts. and Children. HOSIERY IN DOUBT WHEN A PAIR OF SILK WE HAVE STOCKINGS. STYLES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE FROM THE SEAMLESS SILKS TO THE LACIEST NOVELTIES. SE-LEC- MILLINERY SALE T An Interesting meeting of the Woman's Club wa held Thursday after-noo- n at tho rooms on Lexington Mrs. H H. Ilourland, the avenue. president, was In the chnlr nnd the minutes rend by the secretary, Mrs. G. A. Abbott. After business of importance wn discussed, Mrs. Clinton Hastin had chargo of the program, her subject being, Puccini's Opera, Several selections "La Hohcme," from the opera on the vlctrola were henrd with pleasure. The program was delightfully given. About 25 members were present. Miss Mary Ann Heard contributed a delightful alfair to the social calender of the past week when she en- CURREY & GULLEY VISIT THE FRANCIS SHOP DURING YOUR XMAS BUYING We have new SILK HOSE, nil colors, from $1.25 MANY MODES IN MANY HATS MAKE THIS A UNIQUE SALE. $12 and SIT. lints nt ..$9.00 $8.00 nnd $10 00 Hats SG.00 nul $7.00 Hat .$4.95 $4.00 and $5.00 Ilnts. $2.95 up. WOOL HOSE and HANDKERCHIEFS TOYS of all kinds. at all prices. 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 $1.98 up. ex-cele- nt The One Price Store Service our Bye Word. tertained with a party of handsome appointment Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbt. The hours were whiled away with music and conversation after which nn appetizing repast was served. The alfair was one of unusual pleasure and the hospitality of the hostess was thoroughly enjoyed Those present were: Miss Ijivcrne Dlckerson, MIm May Wilder, Miss Minnie Hurchvtt. Miss Mary Mae Wn'-keMiss Ethel Estridgc, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Glass Carrier, Mesira. Russell Sandford, Jno. McRoberts, Harry Raincy, Paul KlUo. Holbart Rutin, Lewis Gill, Hilly Knvanaugh, Shirley Hudson, Alex Doty and Hilly Miller. Garrard Chapter No. .141, Order of the Eastern Star, held a special meeting on Friday evening at the Masonic Hall for the purpose of in stalling the recently elected officers of the chapter. Mr. W. O. RIgncy, the retiring Worthy Patron, installed the olticers, with Mrs. Wood Hurn- slde. Past Treasurer, acting as Mar shal, 'Mrs. 11. C. Rose, acting as following officers chaplain. The were Installed: Worthy Matron, Mrs, Dave Thomas; Worthy Patron, Mr. Ross Hnstin; Associate Matron, Mrs. W. H. Uurton; Secretary, Mrs, Geor- gia Luskj Treasurer, Mrs. Wood Hurnsidu; Conductress, Mrs. Adolph Joseph; Associate Conductress, Mrs. Wesley Dlckerson; Chaplain, Mrs. Yelton; Marshal, Mrs. Stanley Her run; Organist, Miss Lillian Kinnnlrd; Adah, Mr. Ross Hast In; Ruth, Mils Sarah Wilmot; Esther, Mn. Clinton Hastln; Martha, Mm. Sallic Lowson; Electa, Mrs. Guy Davidon; Warden, Miss Frankie KaulTman; Sentinel, Mr. Adolph Josoph. , RELLA Stnpp, student at Oxford, Ohio, will1 spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stnpp Frances Elliott, student nt Louisville Dental College, will spend Christmas with his parents, Dr. and 11 n. W. M. Miss Angle Klnnaird will Elliott arrive December 22nd., from Knox-vilTcnn., to spend Christmas with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Klnnaird. ....Miss Martha Ward Sweeney will arrive December 21st., from Randolph Mason, Va., and will spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Sweeney... ..Gayle Doty and David Langley, who are attending school at Hcrea, will spend Christmas licru with their home folk..... Miss Dcliah student at the Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond, will spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawrence, at Prcnchersvillc. e, A. FRANCIS Gossip About People Ne Mm Cssntass sad Bfkl MtMtai Oointi by The Wi An bfcratod In. A Mr, Marion Prultt, of Nina, continue very ill. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John S. l.ong. Mr. and Mr. Ira Cotton Gni.tine.iu Mr. and Mrs. Holier! spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. T. F. Well. Master Leo Vanhuss, of Corbin, with his cousin, pent tho week-enKarl W. Clark. d Mm. C." A. Koblnion i in Iul-vlll- e J. a spending the week Hemphill. with Mrs, Mr. and Mr. Dean Zatione are receiving congratulations over the nr. rival of a ion, christened' Dean, Jr. Mr. Thomas Toomey, of Cotton-bur- g spent a fiW day the past week Mr. and Mr. Floyd Toomey, of with Gnrrard. pent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Rhynehlnur, of Nlchora'svllle. ix o'clock luncheon Saturday. Those present were Mr. Will Vanhuss and children, of Corbin, Mr. It. C. Henry and daughter, Louise and Mr. Tom Ward. Mr. and 3ln. L. Manuel anil son Mr. and Mr. William Ijiyton have Mine KUxabeth and Patty Ander-o- n have been recent visitors in I.ex- - been visiting friend In Richmond. Ington. Mr. Sam Cotton ha returned from Mr. Lucy Franci Hallew and Mr. a visit to relative in Richmond. John Scott were visitors in Islington Mrs. Kphriam Itrown I visiting her Monday. mother, Mrs. U. 1). Simpon, in Mr Frank Judy, of Prcstonsburg. Ky., U visiting her parent, Mr. and Mr. and Mr. Courtney Roberta Mr. J. II. lJiiurnc. have returned from u visit to friends Mr. S. II Estcs and daughter, in Richmond. have been vialtins Sir. Harvey Mis Dove Harris, of Danville, was Kite and family at Georgetown. the guest of her lister, Mrs. Pattie Mr. and Mr. Clay Sutton have Anderson, Sunday. from a few day visit to Dr. Mrs. John Haughman, of Danville, and Mr. J. M. Staughton, in Covlng-towas the guest Sunday of her uncle, Mr. Luther Gibbs and Mrs. Gibbs. Mr. and Mr. John GUI Klnnaird Miss Martha Morrow, of Adairville, and little on, of Lexington, were guests of Mr. and Mr. Joe Walker student at Georgetown College, was the week-engueit of Miss Mury Ann Sunday. Heard at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. Not Ilronaugh, who ha been Luther Gibbs, In "Hill Court." the guest of Mr. K. L. Owsley, reMrs. J. B. Klmore and Mi Sue turned to her home in Nlcholasville Shelby Mason will leave Sunday for Sunday. Washington City, where they will Mr. Susie Farri Middlvton, of Join Mrs. Roy Ilayne and will go for Danville, I the guest of her nekr, a months stay in Panama. Mr. Stephen Walker, on Rchmond Mrs. Green Clay Walker, who has street. been quite HI at her home on Dan Miss Alberta Anderson, who ha ville avenue, was take to tho St. had a position in Lexington, i at Joseph Hospital in Lexington Mon Her many friends hope for a homo !ck with pneumonia and I bet day. speedy recovery. ter Ml thl writing. Lil-Ha- n. ed n. d Worth Your Feet Are a Fortune! Right now while you haw jood fret you should take care of them. You can't Tho following Invitations have been received by Lancaster friends and relatives: Mr. William Owen Mclntyre Invites you to be present nt the marriage of his neica Madge Montgomery Isaacs to N Mr. William Robinson Cook, have comfortable feet if you continue to wear ordinary shoes with sagging arches. Arch Preserver Shoes with the concealed arch bridge keep your feet vigorous ami healthy because a comfortable and normal support is provided. Arcli Preserver Shoes ore in ood style, enabling you to have your feet look as you aln-ay- wish. Junior Satunlay afternoon, December 23rd. at four o'clock First Christian Church Danville, Kentucky .Sc Santa Clsu at HanIJen Uros. Saturday. December ICth. M W. SMITH 4t.ln.ll.l l1n,. T ...... kku-- s Mr. W. 0. Clark wai hote at a Mr. George Swinebrund, who unMrs. Coy Sander nnd Mew. Dave and It. C. Long attended derwent an appendix operation at tho thu funeral of Mis Edna Mae Currey Danville Hospital has recovered sufficiently to be removed home and is in Richmond Satunlay. doing nicely much to the gratifica daughter, Mr. John Walker and tion of his many friend. Vivian, of Corbin and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Iiwrence, of spent Thursday with Grover Ward Mr. and Mr. W. G. Clark, on the Prenchcrsvllle, Garrard county, were , recent visitors in Richmond to see Lexington pike. thei rdaughter, Miss Dellah Lawrence, who Is a student at the Eastern KenMor-ri, tucky State Normal. BUY YOUR XMAS CANDIES AND FRUIT FROM C. K. ENGLE SPECIAL Chocolato Candy, Per Pound Mixed Candy, Per Pound (Jiim Drop Candy, 2 Pound for QranKC, Per Dozen A .SUPERIOR STORE WITH IScU. 15cU. 2Sct, A beautiful picture of Miss Hazel Champ, of this city, appeared In Saturday' Louisville Post with,, the following writu up: Miss Champ was a recent guest of Miss Margaret Hughes and was extensively entertained. Mr. John Mcltoberts entertained Friday evening at the Lancaster Club Heu on the Dlx river in honor of M(s Martha Morrow, tho guest of MIw Mary Ann Beard. The affair proved a delightful one and about twenty guests were present. 3ScU. EXCELLENT VALim v C. K. BNQLE Following are some announcements House. See them. (It) I regarding Christmas comlngH and goings: Mrs. A. II. Uice, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Staugh-toof Covington, will arrive to visit their mother, Mrs II. A. H. Marks-burduring the holidays. .Mrs. 1). Gulley and Miss Hazel Champ will upend Christmas with Mr, nnd Mrs Iko Dunn und family at their win- trr home In Orlando, Florida... .1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and chil-- j n dren will spend the Christmas with Mr. William's brother,' Capt. Cam King and family in Louis-villi?.... Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wdson,' of Howling Green, will arrive thl' week to visit Mr. Wilton's parents,! Mr- - and Mrs. J. It. Mount, during the holidays. ...Mr. Uessle McRoberts GOODS GOING and little daughter, lletsy Margaret,! of Covington, will spend Christmas ' STOCK BE SOLD with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humsldo... . . Mr. E. L. Owsley and REGARDLESS MIm Mury Owsley will spend the holidays in Cincinnati... Misses COST. Thelma Hamilton, Laveme Hicks and Jane Haselden, students in Lexington, will spend the holiday with their parents,... .Mlise Lucille Sutton, Flossie Crlsclllas and Delia Rice Hughes, students at Indianapolis, Ind. will arrive December 22nd. to spend the holiday with their parents..... Mr. Msrrs Swlnebroad, student at LANCASTER, KY. Staughton, Va., will spend tbe holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mr. n, y nn: loor wkll Quick FAST. holi-day- 1 Action ENTIRE BEFORE OF fi pi MUST JANUARY 1st, Coy S. Sanders G. D, Swlnebroad...., Miss Mamie The Centtal Record. I.ancaetei , Ky..Thuraday. Dec 14 1022 rTTVWfVvVtWvfvWA 1 oft. "You ought to know Rentv ley, especially a I hear you're doing aeme elltlcnl reporting. Dave Ilea-le- y' eln to Ik the next governor of thl atate, jou know." lie lauitheil, offered me a claar, nnd we aat dawn I together on the front atep. r row all I mar. I rejoined, "yon ought to know who'll get It" (It waa Mild In town that Dowden would 'come rretty Hear having the nomlna ' .Ion In hla jmeket,") "I exjiect yow thought I ahlfted the Mibject pretty hrlakly the other day!" j He glanced at me qulutcally from tin der the brim of hi black felt hat. "I ineoiit to tell you about that, but tho optmrtunlty didn't occur. You see " "I understand," I Interrupted. "I've hrnrd tho atory. You thought It might ' tie embnrmnalnc to Mla Apter-- ' ' ' ' cae ! Christmas Party Br BOOTH TAWCtNGTON rJ- - rJ-r-v x r-- rJ-- "I expect I was pretty clumsy nliout anld Dowden. cheerfully. "Well well" he Hick nl hi clpir with a mothered ejaculation that was half btl n sigh nnd half n laugh; "It's n mlshty IkI-In- n kind without strange ense. Here they keep on liv at leatt a lit ll ing next door to enrh other, year after 6o, of h a p p y. rour, either ar fBSSBBBBBBBBBBSS yenr. each colng on nlone when they about, th happiest might Just n well" He left the j lime la th ktndst .sentence, unflnlsheil, save for a voent thl SSBBBBBBBBsPs tlmt that'a most . click of compassion. "They bow when tlma. Th btautlful thlnrs our they happen to meet, but they haven't ys ran aro n word since-- the night she th sura; and for ent him nway, long ago." He shook that reason, and In rmembrafic hi head, then his countennncv cleared of On star, w BBBBBBBBBBBBBsVsVMlUsBMi "Well, air, Dave's ' nnd he chuckled. candles on Ui tree to b stars In th SSBBBBBBBBBsRllKBsW sot something at home to keep him ''iny enough, these ilnya, I cxiectl" ning" nous. So we mak BBBBBBBBBBBBBsfarI!BBBBa Chrietmas time a "Do you mind telling mot I In"Mr. Dowdcn'a mirth overcamo him Intlmo of statu quired. "I hi name 'Slmplcdurla'i for a moment; when he had mastered doors; and they SVsBBBBBBBBV-' Mr. Dowden threw hnck hi head It. he continued: "Slmpledorla now shin warmly against th nnd laughed loudly. "Uinl, not Whnt where do jtiu supMe be got that cold IlOOTJt outdoors that Is. ou earth made you think tlintl" nnmeT well, anyway. Slmptcdorta Is Ilk th TAHKINGTON cold of , iu. itl,,iwn I told htm. It was my second sue-uift Jim other Masons, not , with thla mirrntlve; however. - it..t..r i.n.t t, so kind. W set our hundred eandlea on 'v th tre and keep them bright throughout there wa a dirTerence; my former autinthe hlin the other day, lie told met lh Christmas time, for whH they shin Ami Itllt llmitiiiersler I smitMMrd to upon us we havo llsht to see this llf. ditor lUteiml with Hushed and breath tea excitement, wherena the jireaent i,oy iinmIIton Swift Junlora. not aa a batu. but aa th march of a mighty fellowship! Ladles and tentl- - one laujlied consunutlly throughout mv) K(. ,ut very big nnd strung; lie ,, hp ntt llo nw ' BP?."IX he Inugheil wltli a great ,in, mu: r,lc,.k and lft aa to an inugnier , g ni tuo picture or ucnsiey athletic o,nn n whole college audience politely applauding, and withdown nt four In the morning draw; while old Dob Mt his flddla to hi ,Im .nm he out- rhln and scraped the preliminary measure to oi.en tho door for nothing on sea or juuir,M Dae ao far. you see," of a quadrille, lleasley waa back In an land or In the wnter under the earth. Inetsnt, shoutlnc a h camel "Tak I sate account, also, of the miraculous , v your pardnera? Ilalanc all!" Buch waa David lleasley'a speech and Jumping contest (ttiuiigli I did not Ml Appcrthwalte wns nt homo the strangest Christmas mention Mis Aporthnlte's bavins following Saturday. I found her In th of the party ever conceived by th brain ot been with me), nnd of the elllu voire the library with "I.e Miserable" on man. You will hav to read It to understand th story. As a narrative'. It Is fit I had Just now overheant ilviiutiidlns her knee when I enme down from my "Itlll Haminersley." to ao alonr with the Immortal Chrfatma room a little before lunch time; ami Carol of Charles Dickens, and Illustrates "So I exiKi-- t you must have decid- she looked up nnd save me a smjlo many sides to th gsnlus or ed," again th chuckled, when I concludeil, that made me feel sorry for any one ie tlooth Tarklncton. Tarklnrton, born at Indianapolis, and "that TMvId Iteasley has gotnj Just she hnd censed to smile upon. newspaper plnln Insane." educated for th law, became a you." I said, with man. He deserted that field to enter "Not n hit of It. Nobody could look ' "I wanted to tell politics and served for two years In the a little awkwardness but plenty ot gave at him nnd not know letter than that." truth. "I've found nut that I'm an awIndiana legislature. The etperlence "You're right there 1" aald Dowden, him th Idea for hla first book, a polltlral novel, entitled The flenlleman From heartily. "Ami now I'll tell you nil ful fool." "Hut that' something." she returned Indiana." It waa Instantly surcesifut there I to It You see, Dave grew and launched Ita author on a brilliant "at least the beginning up with a cousin of his named Ham- encouragingly career. He has sine written novels of wisdom." ilton Swift; they weru boya together; based en bualneee, social, historical, romantic, and many other subject. It I "I mean about Mr. Iteusley the went to thu, same school, and then to a master of humor and character aa well eollege. I don't believe there wn ever mystery I wna absurd enough to find aa of plot and narrative. Som of his ! greatest hit hav been stories showing a high worit spoken between them. In Slmplednrln.' I want to tell "Oh. I know," she said;, Hnd nl-- i the humorous sides of childhood and Nobody In this life ever got a quarrel youth. Twice since 1)1) he haa won the out of Dave Iteasley, ami Hamilton though she laughed with an effect of lulltxer prlte for the beat Swift wo a mighty cood sort of a fcl-- carelessness, that took which I had hook of th year dealing-- with American low, too. He went Hist to live, after ! thought "far away" returned to her life and manner. they cot out of cWlege. yet they al- -' eye ai he spoke. There wa n cer-' way managed to get together once a tain Inscrutability about Ml Apier- SYNOPSIS yenr, generally alNiut Christmas time. thwalte sometimes. It should be added, PATIT I. Newcomer In a small town, You couldn't pass them on the street a If she did not like to he too easily a young newspaper roan, who tell th without hearing their laughter ringlns read. "I'veMicard all about It. Mr. story. Is arruued by the unaccountable acUona of a man who. from the window out louder than the xlelgh-bells- , Iteasley' been upH)tnted truster or may-b- e of a fln house, apparently haa converse over some old Joke between them. something for oor Hamilton Swiff with Invisible pereonagea. particularly mentioning on "Simpledorta." Th youth or some fool thins they did, iteriiapa, son, a pitiful title Invalid boy who In coea to his boarding house, th home of when they were boya. Hut finally vent all sort of character. The old xirs. Appertawalte, neit door to Die acen of th strajf proceeding, bewildered. Hamilton Swlfi'a business took htm; darky from over there told our cook otlfer side of the water to j about Hill Hammersley and Simple- PA JIT Next morning he discover i over to the hla Strang neighbor la the Hon. Davkl live; and he married an Hngllsh girl. ' doria. So. you see. I undenunmL' I prorninant uasiy, respected. politician, and uni"I'm glad you do," I anld. Telling of hla last versally ' A 'little hardness one might night's experience, ha la markedly Interrupted by a fellow boarder, a II r. George have thought It bitterness liecnme Doaden. Later, with Mlsa Apperthwalle. ha la an unseen witness ot a purely apparent In her expression. "And I'm Imaginary Jumping mnteat between Bras-la- y j glad there' somebody In thnt house, and a "Hill HammersUy." Mlsa Apprrthwalt appeara deeply concerned, at last, with a little Imagination I" then apparently being no possible exi planation of the Strang proceeding. "From fvcrythlns I have heard," I utTlclent bold- returned, summoning PAIIT III. Tne reporter learna that Deaaley and Ulaa Apperthwalte had at lies. "It would tie difficult to say one time been engaged, and that the which hn more Mr. Iteasley or the young lady had broken the engagement child." because of IleaxUy'a "lack of Imagination." , Her glance felt from mine nt thl. i but not quickly enough to conceal a he "mystery" of "filrapte-dortPART and "Hill Hammersley" Is x midden, look of trouble filalned by Mr. Itowden. lleaaUy la car. (I can think of no other way to ex a small boy, Hamilton Swift. Junior, a helpless Invalid bodily thoush press It) that leaped Into It; anil she more than ordinarily bright mentally, the wn ringlns. t son of dear friends who are dead, and roie. for the lunch-bel- l "Slmpledorla" and Hill Hammersley" "I'm Just flnlshlns the death of Jean j are creatures of Heailcya and the smalt Vnljeati, you know. In 'Un Miser- bpr'a Imagination. Ilratley humoring th little Butte re r by the "play acting." nble,'" she said, a we moved to the jI door. "I'm atwny ufrald 111 rry over PAItT V. The reporter become acquainted with Davhl Ileaslry and Is Inthat. 1 try not to. Iiecaiise It make vited to hla home, where he meets llsmll. my eye red." ton Kwlft. Junior, and hla circle of "Invisibles," which lleasley and Ororse DowAnil, In truth, there wn a vague i den hav made very real to the child. not a ! rtitnrtr nf tinirs utMoit lnr pvi-I TAUT VI. rieasley 1 a Strom- - candiIf she hnd shed them, hut more n If date for hla tarty'a iMbernatorlal noml she wen going to though I had not i nation, his chUf enemy being one Klmeoo I ) noticed It when I came In. InI'erk, a ' dividual. Th reporter Is sent by his city t . Tlmt afternoon, when I editor to see Peck, who declares he .aa "something on" lleasley. Perk and a reached tlie Desjiatch otllee, I wn number of tils cronies, with two reporter eominlssloueil to obtalu certnln' politiI'etk set out for lleasley hou, wh declares Is the renter of Christmas fes cal Information from the Honorable tlvltUs to which iteasley haa not deigned . nn assignment I ac Dnvld Invite hla pnrty'a workers, to whom, to however, he looks for support In his pocepted with enswmess, uotwtthtnnd , ' litical asplratlona. Assured of his coming Ins the commiseration It brought me triumph, peek Invites (leorge Dowden, as lleaeley'a cloxat personal art! political from ouo or two of my fellow In the menu, to join tne parir, lauimnir mm reporter's room, "You won't get anyof hie with the fact .Ajklakltv not belnc coniMn,l !I AU nut liti thing out of him!" they said. And "Slmpledorla It Supposed to B Him-fiiisiey. Watching from the ouulde. they i they were true prophet. ae lleasley and his roioreu servitor lion. ilton Cwltt, Jr.', St Barnard Dog." though apparently alone In n brightly I found lilm looking over some docuroom, with a rnagnmrentiy an orphan without any kin. That wn Illuminated ment In hi oltlce; n reflective, un decorated Chrtslmaa tree, seemingly en- - nliout seven yeur ago. Weil, sir, thl terUlntag a large number of guests. Mil lighted cigar In the corner of hi Apperlhwalt haa Joined Peck's party, last summer he nnd hi wife were tuk-Inmouth; hi rhntr tilted back and hi ana. considerably mystified, they awsli a trip down In Switzerland, and feet on u window-sill- . Hu nodded, devslopmenta. They h'ar David lleasley (Dowden declares, for th nrst lime In his 'hey were both drowned tlpiiod over ttion my statement of the affair that tlfe) mak a speech, hla only auditor ai brought me, and without shifting hi potently being Old Hob, though he talks out of u niwbont tu Lake Lucerne nnd wont came that Hamilton Swift' aa If addreaslng a targe gathering. Foltiosltlon, gave l:i n look of alow but lowing the speech, lleailey, by himself, araaslng ridel-It- will apiMiluted Dave Ruardlan of the wholly friendly scrutiny over hi dancea a 'quadmie." with complement of one child they hnd, u little boy Ham(a detail, and a full shoulder, und bade me alt down. I Peck ta Jubilant. In. lAVtaffele partner. Ulteg that lleasley Is rraiy and that he ilton Swift, Junior, hi name. He began at once to put the question I wa sent arros the ocean In charge wa will hav th new "all over town" totold to ask him Interrogation morrow. Ml Apperthwlt Is bewildered. for of a doctor, uud Dave went on to New (ho teemed to believe) aatlafuctorlly The dance concluded, a th watcher pre, York to meet him. He brought him answered by slowly and rumlnatlvely the Bret ttm become war of th all ears of Hamilton Hwlft. Junior, and Ap home here the very day before you stroking tho left side of hhj chin with Mis Davkl Beley-l- n realMe that passed the house and saw poor Dave two long finger of lit right hand, the Lxrthwake'a optnlan a, man ot no unaxl-riIon haa devised the whole schtme to getting up at four In the mornlns to while he smiled In genial contemplacrippled ward. Iv cleasure to hla little .lory wW let that ghost In. And a mighty funny tion of a tarred roof beyond the winThe rVoVten proask fek jT ova lew a" teasorrow. and that ghot Slmpledorla UI" r dow. Now and then he would give me (..dividual reeJtse how.areatly the husaan "I begin to understand," I said, "anil a mild and draw ling word or two, not I at th atory wni en then Be- He retiree ereetiaHea. to feel pretty IUy, too." l,Vl aaMHIoa. brilliantly Illuminative, K.may be reaaa ute iMwoen alia ASawrck "Net at all," he rejoined, h.rtlly. marked. "Well about he beTtutt little chap'a freak would uya-ttf- r gan pace, and tltta lataedjlaftf tsfbedy, MHriftHjr vrttk Dave fe- - t a fH atoy. I "Ladles and stntltmrn, I will now ad dress you upon th following subjtct Whr YVa Call Ctirutmaa Tim th Time. Urn bocau It la "Chliatmas la th th klndfit lima. NotKxljr felt vrrr 'hwalle." lll 'V rr st nmrtat 'em . the rMtcntoiH way 1m itoea. Hamilton Swift, Junior. I the carloiwesrt child I ever aaw ami tbe good Uirtl know He made aM chll dren iMiwerfut myatrrlowil Thl poor little cita haa a complication of In flrmltlei that have kept him on Ma back wmi of Ida life, never knowing other children, never Playing, or anr thing; nnd lie'a got Idea a nnd waya tlmt tnever aw the leat oft He waa born alck. na I nnderttand It hi lione ami nenea and InMile are all wnun;, anmehow but It' auppoaed he get n little letter fnmt year to year, Ho wear a pretty elaborate act of ; hnicea. nnd be' subject to nttneka, too t don't know the name for 'em- nnd lo whnt little voice ho ha aometlmes. nit but n whlxper. He hnd one. I know, the day nfter llennley i hnnight him tiotne, and that wna pndi j ably the renon you thnnglit Dove wn cnrrylni; on nil to himself nhotit thnt Juinpliig-nuitiout In the buck vnrd. The tmy must have been l)lns there In the little wngon they Imve for him. while Dnte nit up shine with 'Itltl Hnmtiiersley.' Of cimrse, most chlldrvn have nnd friend pnnlon, eeclally If they haven't any lirother or sisters, but thl toiiety little feller' got hi people worked out In hi mind nnd materialised ytmd nny I ever hcnnl of. Dave got well iico,unlntod with 'em on the tmln on the way home, nnd they certainly nre giving him a lively time. Ho. hn netting him up nt four In the mormake-believe ,,,,u.i ir. F,- ii,i ,, LJVtll , n.. trnck-comin- rr.ii , you" much-covet- 1 It IV.-T- a" half-stnrtle- ; h small-soulr- mean-thlnkl- . y al trat w wh that" ho ihtftka Tm, Mr. they will." "Yea, Mr, Beaaleyt" I encnrageil And then (a Hob toM m) He went fcbn, for he aeemeil te have dried up almost nut nt hi head with Joy when ItiHistry offer! Mr, llHncbbent i cigar permanently. "Well, tr I irae Hadn't you nl lowed me to jwrcelve, In hi turn nnil struck match for Mm to light It. nM th better ee anme one else aliont tlmtl' now regard, a solemn comwM'ndntloi "Hut whar," exclaimed darky, "wbar In de name o de ijixxJ Thl with the air of a man who and approval. In thta wise wa my Initiation ln" (lawd do de chile get dew name lilt would be but ton fluent and copious njton any subject In the worM except the bautlfii old house ami the cor Ilk to skecr wet" Unllty of Ita Inmate eomideteil: nn-the one particular ixilnt. Tlmt wn a nubjcct often debated liecame a fnmlllar of Ditvld lleal-nnbetween Dowden unit met there was never met nnylMxIy else who Imiked hi want, with lh. privilege to x tmthliijr In Walnwright tlmt could hav ao pleasantly communlcatlvo and to nay so little. In fact he didn't ami cortie a I plened; there wn n' suggested them, and It did not eero waya pay nnd friendly wvlcome. I nl pnihnhle he ciihIiI hnve rewrmbrred say an) thins at all; and I Kncned Hat thl fncnltv wa not wtihi.ut H I wnr enme for the clnir nfter lunch them fnmi over the water. In my opinalne In hi gluteal career, disastrous' 'ometlme for ,unii Itself t sometime. ion tin win- - Hip Intention of that v In'teitd of down town bny mid lonrljr little brain. a It had proved to his private hnppl- - ' ,,ln,,, I mi't I In lluncMi'in family, mjselfj HI Imblt Of alienee, moreover,' "" "" hn when It hpieiic wa not cultlvnteil! you could ace lual an errand or assignment took k tlx day utter tliolr arrival, and Ilea-leoni way in me ntiennxMi, i wouiti rni liy tlmt time, hnd liecnme nt well that "the secret of It" wa that he wn In nnd "vllt" nwhlle with Hamilton acquainted with them that hp could iNint quiet. Swift, Junior, mid Id circle of friend My note-booreminler nil their name, and hclwd noteless, remained There were of eourn'. wIm-- i In the Introduction. Then win Mr. and flnnlly, nt somu inld rvaslott of his nttack were ujNin him. and oni Hunrhtiers-eviden- tly the child' his, ncromptlsheil hy n monosyllable, for li kb described a thr I tangheil imtrlEht and he did. toot Itenstey nnd the doctor and old Ihd. He Join 11 cnchtnnatlon with me aaw him; I do not know what tho hoy's jMi,.(ir of eirry engaging virtue that llrvljr inntron. Mr. henrtllr. nnd with n twinkling niilxrJ inentnl nnidlllon n nt such timed; and there raliies Hint somehow gnve me the ' hut when lie wo letter, and could Ih I tunchlMTc ; there were lti llunrhberg l,1tn thnt In, lulrlit lu, llilnlilnv Irnl1ii,r wheeled alHiiit the house and ngulu re jounc gentlemen, Tom, Noble and nMilogetlcnlly) to himself: "Yes. sir. eelvo caller, he dNln)eil nn almost flrnnilee: nnd tlA young Indies, MIm man I certainly a j dismaying activity of mind It va ac- Queen, Ml Mnrhle and Ml Molahna that old ( tive euoiich, certainly, to keep fnr -- all exceedingly i:ay and pretty. inlghtr funny critter!" own. And be was mn- - There Ma nUo Colonel Hiwrhtierg. an When I went awav. a few moment ; ""'"d r later. nnd left him still Intermittently lerfult still, ltmley nnd Dowden and uncle: Dually then wan Aunt Cooley I were never directly chidden for In Hunrhhenr. a somewhat decrepit Imt chuckling, the Impression remained subordination, though made to wince very nmlnht old lady. Mr. Corley with nie that.he had eome such deprepainfully by the look of troubled sur- Uhbridge lmpiencd to ! calling nt catory and surreptitious thought Two or threw ilay nfter that, a I prise that met lis when we were not the same time; and, a It appeared to quick enntiEh to catch hi mrnnlng. he llciieey duty to keep the confer ', from Mr. started down-towThe order of the day wltli htm satlou going and eontantly to Include lleasley came out of his begun with the "lloo-ra)rty In Its general How, It nnd all of the Sate, bound In the same direction. He of greeting; after which truck me that he had truly (as Dow-de- n me a look of gay recognition and save Mid) "enough to krep him limy." offered hi hand, saying. "Well! Up we were to Inquire. "Who's with U toVliervilui he would make The HunehherE had lately moved In thl neighborhood 1" a If tlmt were day?" to Walnwright from Constantinople. I n matter of considerable astonishment known the character In which he elref oil to lie recehed for Ike invasion. If learned; they hail decided not to llv I mentioned that I wa a neighbor, i "Mister In ton, however, having purchased a and wo walked on together. I don't he announced bluiM-lftttitnk be spoke again, except for a Swift," every thins was to be very fine farm out In Uie country, ami, on Indeed. Kor nccount of the distance, were aide to and "Well, sir!" or two of genial surprise grown-unt something I aald. and, now nnd malltlr and distances were observed;' j call at Iteasley" only about eight then, "You don't tell we I" which hei nnd Mr, Corley l.lnbrldge (an elderly tiniest a day. and seldom more, tlian of great Whenever a had a mot eloquent way of exclaim-- ! iwrsonnce mimntaln-rtlniher- dignity nnd dlstlne twice In the evening. ) much j m)slle telephone announced that they Ing; hut lie listened visibly to my ownl tlon as a were on the way, the child would Hare tnlk, and laughed nt everything that j hlmelf whirled tu a window; and I meant for funny. wJipii they came In sight he would cry I never knew unyliody who gave one i out In wild dellcht, while lenley hasu greater reiiouslteness; lie seemed tened to ojen the front door and adto be with you every Instant ; and how mit them. he made you feel It was ttie true my They were an real to the child, and lory of lleasley, thl silent man who lleailey treated them with audi contalked, except (a my cousin never sistent seriousness, that between the said) to children. two of them C sometime tiegsn to feel It hnpMnil that I thu met him. a I that there actually wen' such ieople, we were both starting down town, and e and to hare momenta of walked on with him, several day In thnt 1 couldn't see them; particularly a succession; In a won). It ai each of the Hunchbergs devclnts-Imblt Then, one afternoon, ns I , a chamcter entirely hli own to the turned to leave htm at the Deuitrh lait peculiarity, snrh aa the aged ottlce. In- asked me If I would drop ft Aunt Cooley HunchberR" deafness, on nt til houe the next day for a cigar which account Iteasley never forgot to I starteit I did ; and he asked I raise, hi voice when he addressed her. tne If I would come again the day tndecit. the detail or actuality In all So this became a habit after that thl aptieared to brine aa great a too. to the man a to the child. CerA fortnight elapsed before t met tainly he built them up with Infinite Hamilton Swift. Junior; for he, poor care. On one deration when Mr. could little father of Ilnnchherr and I happened to Ik call-In- c. be no spectator of track event uon Hamilton remarked with surprise the lawn, hut lay In hi bed apatalr. that Slmpledria had come Into the grew better at last, and However, be room without licking hi hand a he my presentation took place. usually did, and had crept under the We had Just finished out dear In table. Mr. Hunchhevs 'volunteered the "sitting Iteasley' nlry, (through Ilcntcy) that Information room," and were rislns to gs when upon hla aproarh to the houne he had there came the faint treaklns of small wen Hlmphilnrla rhaRine a eat. It wheel from the hall. tnnicd I waa then detiated whether chantlae. mono, In me wltli the axitngetlc ami tuent waa In onlrr. but finally deddeil ' syllable chuckle that waa distinctly that Slmple)orlaB mrreptltloiu man ! hi alone. ner of entrance and hi hiding under I "I've sot a little chap here 7 be the table were aumdent Indication said; then went to tlie door, "llol.r that he well understood hla baenea. old darky appeared In lh- - doorThe and would never let It happen aealn. Dowden, Beasley and I All Slid Down And m, Iteanley bavins coaxed him wagon like a way pushing a little th Banister on On of th Ham out from under the table, the offender ou wheels, nnd In It ut ilton Swift Junior, 0ya. Hamilton Swift, Junior. "at up." beeml, and waa ford en. I of ilm wa.that Mynrs Imprv-sslo- , could almmt feet the apleudld , was all eye; couldr .,,. Hill Hnu.men.ley. If. however, head under my hand when. In turn. I ilns.else f "r " he doclan,! himself to be "Hamilton patted .Slmptrdnrla to ahow that the reconciliation waa unaulmoti. peaked t.tt.e face and the umler-- , te- VI. lere Autumn Ira lint the laat leave were game ami contest. (Dowden, they wen- the brightest eye I ever Iteasley nnd I alt slid down the hind her tljlnj brown robe one nlEht; saw na keen nnd Intelligent a a on one of the Hamilton Swift, we woko to a akurry of mow next wicked old woman', withal a trust- Junior, days, nt which pictur- mnmlnjr: and It waa winter. Down ful and cheery a tlie eye of n setter esque sjiectncle the boy almost cried town, atons the aldewalk. the merimp, chant aet tinea of poles rovered with laughte- r- nod old Hob ami hi "Hon-roy!- " wife, who ciitiio mnnlns fnmi the them with evcrsreen, and ran atream-e- r tlie Honorable Mr. Iteasley. kltrhcu, illd cry) He had a third Thu of ervvti overliend to eticourase the waving a handkerchief thrice around featnl ahopplnx. ialvntlou Army Half for hlmvlf "Just little hla head end thrice, cheering. but tht wn only when the ta Clauv-- atamied their fe-- t nnd raiiK on the corner, and Aud the child. In tlmt cricket' creaky voice could hnnlly chin at nil voice of his, replied: nnd tho wenicnod fare wn drawn to chlldrett fixed their nne Immovaldy Kor thiui, the one side with suffering. When ho told to dUplay-wlndoithe time of tluiea, Thl wn the form of aulntntlon fa-- ' u ho wu "Jost little IinmIIton" we aeaMin of waa at hand. tntllarly lu use them. Iteus were eo' quiet? ley followiil It hy Inquiring. "Who' To n certain new reorter on the Once, for ten dnys, hi Invisible all with u loduyT" went nwny on a visit : Hamilton Swift tfctpatrli the ttr and Knyety of the "I'm Mister Swiff chirped tho little Junior, hnd Interested In atrtnMa men lit little moru than tlmt the Swift, If you please, bear. While thl lasted, nil of fellow. "Mls-te- r daya had come when It wn nlstit In PoukIii David IUiisley." ley's inuiser were, n Diibii said, the afternoon, and that h waa clven Iteusley executed a fenual bow. "a sight" Kor thnt mutter. Dowden fewer iollttcal naclEiiinenta. Ttita waa "There I it gentleman hero who'd tike himself wu quite hoarse lu court nnnnytni;, becuUM llitulcy'a candidacy to meet jou." Awl he presented me fnmi gmwllns fur the corcrnoriihlp had ulveti mo n much. The hear pernoiint Intemt In Die pollllciil attua with some grave phrase were dismissed abruptly; Hill Hamof my general character, address- mersley and Mr. Corley I.lnbrtdge and tlon. The lioinltintliiE convention of ing the child a "Miner Swift"; Slmplednrln intiie t moping bark, und hla jmrty would meet In tho aprlnc: the nomination wni certain to carry whereuiMin Mister Swift gave mo n with them they draught that wonderful f family, the Humiiberg. the election alao, nnd thu far Ilenaley ghotly title hand and professed glad to meet me. lleasley bad Jnst o)encd the front ahiwed more atreiiKth than any other me," he added, to door, niurnliig at noon from hi of- man In the field. Thine aro h'toWltiK "And beside Iteasley. "then-'-a IUII Haminersley and fice, when IinmIIton Swift, Junior, hla wny." aald Dowden. "Ile'a nlwn)H Mr. Corley Unbrldge." voice came piping from the library, workeil hard for the party; not on the atumn, of cotine," ho laughed : "but A faint HTplexlty manifested Itself where he wn reclining In Id wagon the boya umlentand there are more umiii Ilensles face at this, a shadow by the window. which cleared at once when I uskeil If "Cousin David llensleyt Cousin DalmKnant thine than apeechmaklns;. I might not lie ieniiltted to met these vid, rorno he crleil, "Come Ill reeonl In Coiitcrvaa save him the The Hunr!ibrs are hero t" confldenco of everybody In the atate, xroiiage, remarking tlmt I hud henrd from Dowden of Itlll llnmiucr-tey- , Of course Cousin David Heasjey and. beldet thnt, pcopta atwaya trut though unlll now a stranger to came und wu Imniedliiteiy a quiet man. I tell you If nothing happen he'll Ret It" IntrTxlunil to the whole Hunchherg the fame of Mr. Corley Ltnhrldgo. lleasley performed the. ceremony family, n ceremony which old Hob, "I'm fer lleaalcy," another politician with tntetitlonal elegance, while the who wa with the boy, hail prcvloul) explained, In an Interview, "hecauae boy'a great eye awept glowingly froei undergone with courtly grace. nea Dave Hearty I Vet, sir, Tm fer cousin' hi "They like Hob." explained llnmll-Ion- , him. You know th bcya aay It man face to mine and hack ngln. I boweil and ahook hand with Ye, la only for yoa. In thl atate, there "Don't you, Mr. Humiiht-n:the air, once to my left and once to he say they do extremely I" (Ho used Iwi't much In It an ho' may go ack' my right such wont a "extremely" often; In- oa It ; but If he' fer you, be wean It. "And tHuipMorla 1" cried Under deed, a Dowden said, he lulled "like Well, I'm fer Heaaleyt" a child In a book," which wa due. I There were other CMuMeatea, of 3wlft "You'll enjoy JMmplrdorta." "Above all thlaga." I Mid. "Can U dare say, to hla Kngllsh mother.) "And courae; none of them fermldaMe; but fcak hand)' He) ! lew wvut on, "that sit I'm Mr," can." I ivrl4J t kb of Um e4et- a commanding Anger. "teat" I aald, "Watch hhair Swift lift en 4er"Hmplriltwm. thabe hamUr I knelt lieslde the wagon ami aho-an ImagtMry Mg paw. At thU MItei Swift again shook hnmU with me nu Hitrerj ft, I f man-age- il ne. '" y, dn. 1 r n Apper-thwalte- " " wi half-urprl- e d de-llit- dream-childre- n, ""V" "r''"?" '"' 7 conation liay iTf'Inein, JJJ ft"JS "fij bnn-tster- a llnio-Ilton;- a Ih-I- pink-face- Ib-n- iiMiiint-uda-lor- hint-sol- ) tu The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday, Dec 14, 1922 KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED THE IMPROVED STANDING UP BURLEY Don't he deceived Into buying Inferior sncd. Buy the Genuine Kulley Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP BURLEY, with the LONG POINTED LEAVES, which kIvim It from three to four inches more length. Krfpf" f mull hut rnerifrtlc faction opNlng our friend In U'nlnwrlrhf, hH own tnnn ("What arc you minrlvl alHiiitr Inquired Dowden. "Don't ymi know whnt our folk are like, jet? If SI. I'nnl llviil In U'Mlnwrliilit. do you upMo ho rouhl run for without come of Ids near liclcli-lor- x Kelilnc mil to try and down run-stnh- lo lilmr) The lirfld and front (nml Iini) of tin n rloe-flted- , from-thc-wi- opKiltlon to , lmrkln. wn rtsni nor! of mini, one nmmil no In Simeon I'crk. DANVILLE, KY GIFTS The old Standing Hurley hnd n round pointed leaf, but B. L. Kclley and Sonn, by careful breeding and crowing have developed their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the long pointed leaf, which given it more length and more weight, still retaining its bright color, which has made this eed famous throughout the United States. Price S'J.on an ounce, $111.(10 half pound ".11.00 a pound. None genuine without signature, All in ounce packages. which appears on every package. BOTH PRACTICAL AMD USEFUL For Men Women and Children HERE YOU WILL FIND THAT SHOPPING FOR B. L. KELLEY & SONS R. F. I). No. 1 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Member of the Burley Tobacco Growers' Association 7 CHRISTMAS The Head and Front (and Backbone, Too), of tho Opposition to Btaslty Was a ltd Ristn.From-lho.6oi- l Sort of Man Ont Named Simn Peck, ClOM-FlittHard-Knock WILL BE A PLEASURE, FOR WILL ON ALL SIDES ARE SCORES OF ITEMS THAT PLEASE EITHER "HIM" OR "HER." EVERYTHING FROM THE UP WILL BE FOUND SMALLEST ITEM ON Influence, I heard; win n linn) worker, mid tlcoronvly wounded hy mi eiitTci'tlr llentt-nnnt-, a young man named UrlM These, iinil other they (mil lireli nhlv In ilraw to thrlr fnrtloit. were tiltterly and eagerly o himI to llnle) nomination, and worked without ienlne to prevent It, I quote tlu Ititaluahle Mr. Ifciwdcn iigaln "tiiirf nmliKt ti heraUM- - he had ii ijuurrel with ii clerk In Itenidc)' It ie, mid w noted ItenMcy to dU chnrgv Mm. nnd Itenrdey wouldn't; Sim Peek's ptiilnt tin out of Jut lnlu w roin:heiidedhe. and hecuuoo he nev- , er umh fur anything nor fer nnylMMly I In IM Id life. I tinit ii tulk with tl muttnn IiihcI Hie oilier duy ; !n uld our I uiiiilidMie oiicht to lie a farmer, a 'limit of tlie eoiitHMtN iMNiple. nnd !iti I lilm where he'd llnd nnylHMly mure i IHHII .if I he eiUMIHiiIl nile' "Iih tlmn Itettvlej. to Mild lleuley in ii It i.f h trt) nmn' to Niiit litmt Tlie idiu of iMe n a 'wwli'ty iiinn' n tiMi ihiiiIi fur me. niiit I lauulied III Sun I'eek fnet. hut tlmt didn't i Sim I'.i-t- . look nt tin nt)li yellx-d- . he lle In.' lie 'Aln t he fiilrly I l(t'Mil l.iMk t Hint Ids in lllnr., lioiie lie lli- - in! ImiIc nt the way he i:im'i ariiHud In Hint Idc our of III --mid a nlccer to drive him. half the time" I Imd to holler ntnlu. nnd. of . as litnil nure. tlmt mnile Sum ? -it t n he hturteil out to he; nnd he went off xwetirlni; he'd nlmw me. heforo the entHHilk'ii h oer. The only troiihle tlmt crowd Hiirner .' i : f Truer I'rern cr f Itul.v, arris." a? the opening of the he nnd !ilt mid tlndltu; out could Us wuiihl he Hitnetlilm: Chamber "f wc 'er in Italian nmiliiot lave,hynml they inn't ilo tlmt p.ii hear hc dtdarat n of II bu..-n .f Kitcitmu alTmrs from he irw I'retiiur Ilcn'tj ! there iMl't unjlhllik to illid out." I iHMired hl omtlih nee on thW ltd- ler neore, hut wn Komeuliat le on Mime other. There were only NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE two of any olltlrnl In Wulliwrluht, the lepntili I wish to sell prhately, my residence on Dannnd the Jotiniul. holh noenited In ville AU'iiue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- the Interest of r.eimley's party, and LP neither hud "come out" for til in. The Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND Eoi.li I heard nhoilt our nlllce hi I me HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. WITH LIGHTS. to think that inch wus wnltlnc to u whnt hendwny Kim 1'ick nnd hW BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF would limke; the Jouriinl GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND 1 knew, hail muuo Inctliiatioii in OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. (iMuetto with Vtfk. (Irlst. nnd Com Terms reasonable; possession January 1st. lOUtt. pany. Altogether, their faction win Those desiring to look over property may call not entirely to he dc.pl sill. me over Paint Lick phono 11-Thus my IIioukIiIm were a k'reat Oenl more iKVUpleil with Ilenhley's chance than with the holhluy spirit Hint now, with fur and ImIIh und wreathlni ml.t of iiiow, hreatliiil Rood cheer The divorce court furnishes a con liter the town. So little. Indeed, hud Our iilfii of it wry foo .sh man i lK Ihl M'lrll touched me, tlmt, one one who tlot'in't acccp' i'Ur own venient way out for couples who are when one of my rolleiiKUoK, too husy to repent nt leisure theories. ktiinillni: before the crate-I- I re In the reMirter'it riHiiii. yiiwneil nnd Mild he'd he Kind nheii loitmrrow un oter. I nkod him what uiik the partlculiir trouhle with tomorrow. "Christmii," he iipluliied. ".Mm ii) t.lke ko tedlnUH. ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Kuudajr." "It maki'M me homcidck," mild anYoung nun who would enter the decline of life in comother, u mrtuiicholy little man who should bejj!n to save now. fortable I , nnl(1ernlle HERE AT THE HUB AT PRICES THAT WILL PAY YOU TO MAKE THE TRIP TO DANVILLE. WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE. ikil c Jit ?. ssRome The Old Order tt i tlce in ei' . e iiemer fne-tlo- en-clull- SeveivPassenger Touring REO, $1485 On the Reo "6" Chassis, with a Full Measure of Comfort, Rttggedncss, Economy and Good Looks is the wonderful motor, with large ports and crankshaft making 50 horse power available for the quick 6purt, the long grind or the hard pull. H. CLARENCE GREEN. ASSURANCE of power to spare eu-lill- SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG The cleanest front compartment in motordom carries the distinctive Reo dual control just two foot pedals and the gear shift lever. leather covers seats designed to Genuine hand-bufferestful comfort. provide chassis, with Under all is the rugged double-framemounting of power units to foil the its inner-fram- e ravages of road shocks. d d circumstance The approved modern methoJ of saving li a savings account in the home bank. This bank Invites younir men and young women to Join Its family of mvIiij: depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. um forcer hria'tlni; of Duluth. hi native "Christmas,' I repented "toiimr. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capftal $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. row !" It uus Chrlstmus eve, und 1 hnd iwt known It! 1 leiiuiil hack In my chair In u nudileii loiiellm, whnt plrturn iHiinliic heforv me of Ioiik uko even at liotnet old ChrUtim ., even when there vvua a 'free. My name vihh culled; the tilcht city editor hud an ult:iimriit for tue. "do up to Sim 1'eck'a, on Mudlson .trevH," he said. "He think lie' Rot smoothing on David I ten .ley, hut won't say any more over lh telephone. Sre what there I In It." I picket! up my hut ami coat, uim left tho oltlce nt n ieel which lii.. Chri-t-ur- shrink-proo- f Metal framed side curtains and weather proof assure practically closed-ca- r comfort. $1485 F.O. B. Lansing, plus Federal Tax. sag-proo- f, K1NNAIRD BROS., LANCASTER, KY. REO MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Laming, Michigan (Continued Next Week) Tne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec !4. 1922 FOR CHRISTMAS BARGAINS IN LIBERAL FEEDS BEST FOR FATTENING HOGS Gains in Weight Should Be Made as Rapidly as Possible. Stlr.Fedlng loan o did I, a I thought how on my irrcnt a rnponiltilllty wn sfceuUirr. They save me n $12 Illblo. Dr. J. V. Porter preached a Dr. ForIc prpentvd rmon. Rend tin IIIWo, nml Dr. RnRland made a About SO uttnlenU i fatherly pray r. (ieorKetown Had prfoMn frain Th audience wa wwe priMettti about 700." Mr. K. T. TlMmfMn Rave a pie tifpvr at SlrtebtN lleml Friday nleht for Iho nrHe of buylnc nonir hook. .VolwttlMtandinK the had night tne Mrhoal bow wm crowded to It. l irahirr were in tvi!. nre tfMWgll to Mtttfr m many more of th- iup ra the 9M.M Candy, Truits ant) Apples For that good FLOUR go to II. R. J. ENGLE li Most Satisfactory Mtthod, While Hogging. Save Labor of Gathering Grain and Hauling It to Pig. THOUGHTS of CHRISTMAS In cnatitiK about for n suitable ift for Wife, Dniijrhter, Sweetheart or Friend, we cull attention to our late Importation of al N'enr Depot. jaj mmt Lnnrnsler.Ky Liberal f inline should be I ho nil when fattening line. To minimis the rlk of loss from disease nml to cut the InlHir cost, gnln In m right should he made n rapidly n possible. Th greatest Kuln nrc mn.M In lh Imst time by m'lf.ffllnj:, ninwiupntly loot hod In tin- - most satisfactory far WRIST WATCHES They run In price from $12.00 up and are Kiiaranteed for twenty years. We have another lot of prvh - imr. fattening. Thoe are the views of IS. V. Peer of University farm. St. Paul. In chani of the swine production sccthm of tin White Gold Wrist Watches -- ;f,:,v'. animal husbandry division. Torn and lankace," my Sic. Iar-rl"arc two of tlw cheapest utti bait fattening feeds. If each Riven rately Ih n th itfp mm mn1 self-feede- From $18.00 up, which we want you to look at before making your Xmas tloction. The mo menm in tnose wntclio re exclusive and e ceetlinjjly fine. e- III h nrt Mrs. Carl Curtii and lit a, Ratph, of Richmond, haN haw rooMlflK with hk parrntx. Mr iMtl Mn. Curt mn. r the fan wre of hi hoalth cantod by rlnae con rlor in Hu h flnemwit In n taMtrlnl Mr. Ourtia ha rente I a n moad. aear Rielimotid and wi" lo farm to Iho inMmrv wrk, lr. rrat fr Men's Watches i :' every tlecription. American made of white nnd Kreen jfld. ALL ARE SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE of Ma IkRfikthMt. Il Wll move Jar nary lot. Mr. Macon Taoanpoon ha orrnn-iom & S. at r1M Rend S, hoaao aad has also proachoil far the twople of that cvm ) unity hi ... ffrt tho n ho two divimen II hie ttmoditto and Primary. S.. ir nr doUgMotl wttk tike otwaaiaation a they an not noar a rhartn h.oj fi- -, One lady romarkod. "It ha ;...-ears otaco I aOoaaoii S. " 'iH erra' preni rir.. n 'If quality was !. would Ik tit :ce!c sslV v "GIFTS THAT LAST." 0v )" fall Pig GILCHER BLOCK. DANVILLE, KY. A HHo roadiav roatoat a We Rccharqc tir.fi Repair all makes of B arteries CONN end at a Slf-Fcae- CONN tnnxiiw: it? a rn JUltit HUUliU Llbarol bnt the iuavost of lanfencr tlnqr wnmI. Imm Had of 4m a knavy aJIwwaMrv of "tlttiliw ntar? fvmt. th tankafr ruin I uxiall.r lii IIwr rtalMi fiiniM, llotrdnt; lwii ntrn la a rarUtiMi It plan. tin the IkI'-- t if YMtWtBc lb' aTaki ant) hash . nr It to tb ir-- b an a rk tin Im.c- - nrc imt fut 'n"iut to markM out of tin .tirnll4 bwt nwl Anhtotoz m dry lot. "Suit l Ixitti h itwMraMi- - aildtttm l- nvrury to hmk a hodrd (x.-im- l t asntac th revival aorvice i lt J C. Taylor whieh aaa born mnt.nui-- l T. T1iiiish.ii.. When he 'y Mr. for tho woohly rea.I nr Sur. lay womiaw Mha galtl Lmi Na U.r ' ritf)oaii. wttk) 1M ehapter for th iwook. havitiff read I more than Mr Moo, oWv I. N. Thnp..n , llotaoe j led th foatast two weoha havms; read SS8 and iM chapter rf(rciiT1-'. :rt rail) r I ) MAK1CSBUUY uHo ill for the Mr. ! i Jlr. u dtS pt i. Jack Da . full V.lu. aa" I.r ....rlm.nl O.&'Anff UK til r:iln Im 1 Tart- and a m4mhi for (akin t avoid aalt imkuN be. vimtmir rel.i- Mn Wi- . It pajr a to o ancr orrai n "..,. ii. whu hay prvAcbiNi of i.nmm was niMad ally. It toarhoi as to he thankful h rr a nun for the minialry at Um AaUan4 far what aW Lord fir aa at other PoIUrd lw j Qgjfe, aajr rf kwo nrc Avhuuk Ilaptift rhurea at ttmo. Im1k fw thrtHii with Uw wrry f kk' WUWhr wontly nt the followini; which wa There . one advantoue in i tp w" N. of Indiana. U,""' read before the i hurrh Sun lay nrnrn-ingIt n hurt n ,h, inr the Lark pew f tU i. immunity. ' r!n: "M .iritinaii-nwa win!rrful .. .ew Mck i for the? putt '.ho ut-v- i .f . rk-- . aiW - Raw Fursfib' M. S. l I ho l. crxdually ncvtimil Wlhffi uhh to It. llio iiioMHinL of HifilUic km of Iho to fnrnllt tl f.ilt i oniirr-- t' k itminionlv IxiHrlit foriattli- "Tn tlnhli iitivMiirji l murki1 Utg- - H.ar.h.i, . uicn' ) R H I' a ),ounR stiuicnt T- - ajin.nre ,(. n a: there hit f'jt a k f 'he n.vl .luniijc 'tn em e r j rafiosMettMMS wvvaaaaafwcaaaaaoaa ei ' go aoxt U HATFIELD DENTIST OITIee over Th Phones OiTiea S. LANCASTER, ii'H tn-vi-l.- t iniHctiil ikpTidn uMn Xhf iW f iiurkot. Juit now uro m.ii tHMind around Not Mi MQ&EY to LOAN If you want to buy a home you can borrow the money and pay it back on the installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans. RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER CENT. n Garrard Bask. Rttldenca 376. KENTUCKY. l i.i-t- pr an in fonnor mntiUvntl' foodlnc ix'rlodH nnd tew tints' ' liot plan. BRIDGE BIG HELP! Con. Aid cr. imirli laril H want ' li a v i o fi o ".2 o MINIATURE J. ff. 5eazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Offlrv Over National Hank. Itcitldenc rhone S. Office I'lione 27 LANCASTER. KY. Seven-Foo- t Model of Reinforced Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L Robinson, President. Miss Sue Shelby For information soo G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- s. crcta Structure Ouilt to Solving Problem. nn-. Mastr, Sftlj-TreJ- nid.. t'nlteil Stnie Pcpartinoiit of Agriculture, to ilftornilno Jmt how nmonry nrrli lirlK' alioulil he Mlien Imllt on u iikew. A skew 'irideo N one In which the romlwuy 1 model of a rvinforeod concrete tirlduo evven fwt loin; lin oltni' trtl by tho litltvnu of pulillr A lo-o- . cut-i- t d bmbbms Or. Printus tVli Aniv ered Walker Day or 317 KENTUCKY. VETERINARIAN. Promptly I'linne Vil Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your form for sale privately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. the laboratory. I.oiiil- - will he not p rpcn.lleuliir to tlio ulnitinont, when n hrUso croe u ctrcHiu dlaconnlly. . It litik tieen found tlmt the In n skewed tirldsc nrc ronldenihty different from tluiM In n bridge of the to the Kcme upan Imllt ulmtiiionti. uml failure have occurred lioewti-- o not taken Into or-- 1 thlt w count In the delsn. The prohlem U " complicated that digim-cof the hureuu wih to check hy up llo'lr theorei'cal ooncluiliin iiuiklni: h faithful reproduction of n (ridge, ulne lmllur liuilerliiU nnd of mii-l- i aire that It can he tetod In n ftrep returned home Saturday after spend- - Poor, were dinner guests Sunday of of Miss Jane Ilowlini: BRYANTSVILLE were intr several days with Mr. and Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. II Swope. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr., guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.j V. II. CunninKham. All those deidrinR to make a con- Dr. S. J. Rose, of Wincheitcr, wa week-en.Mr. Andy Crouchorn left Monday tribution to the Xmas box to be sent Sr., at Lancaster. here Sunday to nee hi brother, Mr. T. Scott, nf Mr. (i. C. for. Lancaster, where he has accepted to the Methodist Orphan Home at mnne frl..nil Tli. ....... G. C. Roie. . ( i ....i..iii.. i. itl nu or " ,1... ..ui.h-- , re rviueieu io V. Brjant and Mr. Lesley Ron- - ure sorry to hoar that he hnsl" Mr. J. Warehause. umiK weir uuiiiiiiuin io uie nHinc oi MontKom-er- - not been fcelinK so welf for .vrralJTb" Rruner isitcil Mr. U. B. Mrs. R. K. Swope on or before Wed- days. at Paint Lick Friday. MrA,forJ SwoP Friday to asist her! nt,f ''?' -- 0lh- Nlchola-vill- e Mr. IdKie Wilder, of NichqLvMr. J. H. Kdward' numerou norry to hear of her re- vlllc, nnd .Mrs. K. J. AldndRB, of Cov- - mother. .Mrs. II. L. hhier In enter-ink'to- wishes to send it by that time. friends are were here Wednesday wiUi fainmi; the Garden Club. cent illnes of a few day. Miss KHxn Ison. Mr and Mrs. K. II. Italian! and Opposition never bothers u so MIm Annn I'e Kubank. of StanMr. Robert liar' , of LexuiRton, chiMren, of Stanford, and Mnt. Jnne long as it keeps still. ford, has been the very attractive !"'" .K:r - : n. j r McQUAY-NORR- JS Worn or leaky piston rings waste motor power and fuel. Gas that leaks past them is absolutely thrown away. It Mppllnl to the iihmI.1. DR. J. J. BYRINE TO.M OI 1ST Practlcu limited to diagnosing and llietlMMls, correcting defect of Eyeslrht by CORRECTS ACID SOILS fitting ti u of LIME proper glasses. fUttrUI Provides Available Calcium DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. and Makes Manure and Kertl. Ilier Effective. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. OHIc. Hour 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. Lluiestotiu corrects avidity In nour PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES I1LOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS noils, provides axullablo calcium to crops, makes manures nnd fertilizers more effective to the soils, favors bacterial growth and thus make plant fkMid moro available, helps control cot. tain plant dlseaies and Insects and In time Improves the texture of heavy soils. ut vnrloiM placea cat mid Hie Mrtoominted from inoHiureiHcntM of the lenglhonlni; and klmrtt nliiu of the concrete MirfHce taken with ery pnvlie lntruimnt a well h by other - PISTON More Power RINGS Give Your Car over-sizes. pays to replace them with McQuayiNorris Piston Rings pays in more power, lower fuel bills, and less carbon trouble. Regardless of where you plan to have your car We repaired, you can secure a quicker job by ordering McQuay Norris Piston Kings, because wc can supply the proper sizes Made for every purpose and price, McQuay-Norrand Rings will pay for themselves in more motor power and lower fuel bills. is Carry a Complete Service Stock WOODS an rtcluiWt ttctitn. cm nii Per Unit Qiv.. miia! Kur mit mt ll point! on cylinderwhichll. houU U puton cfuuvrsttvept tup. two-fr- S WHITE, RICHMOND, KY. . RHp Jirrr.GKif - loinl.e.pie which u. Nan. bulling rrr Kin $125 WftatBoo loss faf tr.. GRAPE VINES EVERCREENS ' ORGANIC MATTER DEFICIENT PERENNIALS Old Lands After Years of CropIn fact, everything for Orchard, Lawn Some ping Require Application of and Garden. Our Illustrated catalog Qround Limestone. tlili year Is the most complete nurs-- j cry book ever Issued in the South., Some old fannlnc lands after yours ! It Is free for the asking. of cropplns have become d Helen! In nrcanlc matter and humus and so deII. F. IIILLENMEYER & SONS, ficient In lime that alfulfa will not Blue Crass Nurseries, start and crow successfully until the Kentucky.' soil Is fertilised and the acldlt) Laalagloo, ' cor-reel- Imvismm4 KhruicknJliiapfcb. Supra, Ktsps tubrlca-ti- n oil out of rcoibuitlon -..it . itr kui( oil oo tch iknn stroke of pi.ton a4 empties nn etch up stiuke, winch utluury siootrii lints cannot do. Bach tin pxkej la a iwicoment cuu tsincr 5122 ttcp cut velnet nnlili " To aeatins in Sukk clean and Sealsfiuin JifTy each keep free ru.l, tin is packed In an Individual gtatiius en vcloK. can I Ij hlteU cknrr than otvil-nar- of he l.lihe.t fa.le. xaiieu amive tne ayerage or SfrOiia Hocm inanufacturuii inelhu.lt. Tlieir uae iniurtt all the satofacttun (mxhU. foe w w art iiwn I ney mud are packed twe lire iain to lielin. carton anj unit lulled in waicd paper anap Klncs ill QUAY-N0RrS rQUAY-NORRl- T by the uppllcntloo ground limestone. of lime or tfEl PlSTptlNGS, sue cur SNAP RINGS !JlllillUl 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Dec 14, 1922 Don't B Penny WIm and Pound Foolish Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. Tkcrt's Only Oim Way tm 4 mn Bakt-Da- y, Uh CALUMET f h. Iconomv BAKING POWDER tion of a cent for each baking. where It will pay a profit year after year. The Bank of Caney-vlll- e and the Hank of Ctarkson will each furnish County Agent Scearce with 50 farm account booka that will be distributed to 100 farmers ao that they can keep systematic record of t their business the coming year. raycttc county farmer areahow-in- s Increasing Interest In the (Trading and better method of marketing their farm product, County Agent W. It. Gabbcrt nay. Rood attendance and keen intcrcit have marked recent demonstration held over the county to show hurley growers how to atrip and grade their leaf crop. on a bait Ji ANTIQUES By JULIA A. ROBINSON (O Trade at Home The Store, Deserve In Your Home Section Your Fullsst Help and It costs only a frac- CA10MJ You use less be- cause it contains, more than the ordi-nar- y strength. leavening Civic pride should prompt anyone to patronize their home town store. Remember a dollar is round, and goes in a circle. If the store, of your town do not prosper, you lose also, because there is bound to be less community business, less nerd for KflTBTTMT The Hales of Calumet arc over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER i'jmmer one cluji member in the county made more than $115 from h of an acre of tomatoes and I another made a total of $338.50 from h of an acre. Itetter feeding of hen to that they her garden n will lay mere rc in winter U get i Crittenden cauntv farmar are tak- ting attention from Morgan county im-- ltk in rrnlnrr sruh breeding farmer. County Agent U. B. llankin I animals of the eeunty with purebred, ay. Five f tiwra recently made 'according to report of County orders far tankage in order to supply Agent John It. Spencer. In ono week their hen with animal protein, one retontly 48 of them joined the naStock of the thing required in the ratten tionwide lletter SIres-llcttbefore hem can lay the largest num-be- r campaign by agreeing to uie nothing of egg. but purebred sire in all their breedJunior agricultural club work not ing work. only U helping to keep Harlan counGrayson county bank are ty farm boy and girl satiifird with with County Agent K. W. their lot in the country but alto it Scearce and the extenlou division of helping many of them swell their the College of Agriculture at Lexingbank account. County Agent Kobcrt ton in helping farmer in that section During the pait of the ttate put their farm builne T. Harrison report Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky one-tent- one-fift- i I cr labor, and where there Is little need for labor, capital, which is nothing more than money, is driven nway and no new improvements nrc mnde. There is no need to spend or send your money out of your town for hardware when you have a store that can and is always ready to serve you satisfactorily. This Is your store we call this your storo because you arc at liberty to come or go as you please to buy what you want at a reasonable price where you can obtain courteous service and hardware satisfaction. Even a child can buy here sh'eiy became we have but one price a fair price. Our courteous service I the same to every man ,woman and child the same nttentlon is given to purchase as to a tun dollar a ten-cepurchase. Our quick willingness to make good on every purchase and our guarantee of satisfaction insure you against loss and trouble. The same applies to 'phone ordors you can telephone your wnnt with complete confidence and the knowledge that If anything I wrong it will be made right. Help yourself and help your Town Trade at Home. nt wlfo were getting growing old," folk Mild of them. Sir. (logo could no longer work nil ilny on Ida farm. .Mr. tinge gnrH nbout the room of tlu house wbrro lliey had always lived. MVv got more thing tliun we need, father," she obwmil. "We milled 'em once, mother," lure! u mod. "Hut they nln't good for much now," sho protested, "they're kinder III the wny." "Metdiy they lie, mother, but they've done. good service In their dny." The mnn who docs not believe in banks soon "lMtk at them chairs. We had 'em when we llmt set up housekeeping do accdirps n rcputntfon for his peculiarity. you remember Hut they're old now." "Yen, I rememlMT; nigh onto 60 Sneak thieves watch to nee where he hides his )carn, ain't ItJ" hoard, and make away with it the first opportun"Klfty.flvo. father," she corrected. "That so? UVre gettln' old, but we ity. A bolder brand of thieves tour the country ain't outgrown rnch other, If things hunting for persons who tlo not believe in banks. have wore out a bit." ho chuckled, a tw Inkle In hi eye. They do not wait to spy out the hiclding place of the "Then! chair cost a heap o' money," shu went on. "If we'd n put It In the ltoard; they torture the unfortunates until they tret bank we'd have something to live on the hidden money. now." "An" then:' the sideboard," she con. Put your money in this bnnk it will be ?afc tlnued. "We pnld ?I0 for that, an' here, and you will be ,tafe, too. 'tuln't n mite o good to u now." "Hut It ha Intii i use, mother," he protested. "An all tho parlor things," she "We don't use 'em. We don't hflvo no ocennlou to go Into the parlor now." They settled down to their quiet evening by the kitchen stove. It wa not often that "mother" worried about Stov- jI due it. Some farmers arc exceptions money matters, and she soon forgot. to this and put the whole stalk in A werk later Mr. and Mm. Oage tthe silo while others cut their corn were sitting at their late breakfast However, nd put it In tho shock. The talde wns t with tin1 tdue china ' from one and n half to two million they used for the past M year, the pewter castor, the sugar liwi of tons of tho two and a half million design, the two.flncd fork. Uss than half of the 2,500,000 produced in the state are left In the There rnme n knock at the back ton of corn stover produced in Ken- field andfire only partly graaed, left k door. A man wutked In. of keen, tucky each year is uied to the best to go to he land or blow away. hi Mr. feeble. tr MeClvr (Jk and Nirtvr iMltl.) They're He DiDM'r ii ' BMNSS at CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Less Than Half of er in State Put to s-- i" Best Use bu.il-mll- 4 Between Two Lives' AND PLAYERS ARE PROFESSORS FROM THE AGRICULTURAL NOMIC DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE. HOME ECO- The Great Farm and Home Play THE DRAMA The passing of the old and the coming of the new in country life Saturday Night, Dec. 16 7:30 o'clock School 3-BI- G- Auditorium, Lancaster. ACTS-- 3 Staged LEARN and LAUGH Children-25cts.--Adults-3- 5cts. LAUGH and LEARN We bet 25 and 35 cents you don't miss it- - A RARE OPPORTUNITY The 6ast of Characters are Unequaled "Thought 'twu most likely I'd Und advantage by farmers of the state Xo, there's no danger of this counaccording; to you In tho kitchen," ho announced. for feed or fertilizer, by soils and crop speci- try going to the dog. The dogs run "It's the best mom In tho houe. now estimates too fast. alist of the College of Agriculture. ain't It I always love a kitchen!" In view of the fact that corn i the lie looked about tho room. Easter Sunday generally find the "I do love old thine! You've get a chief stock feed in the state, the front scat occupied by women. The lot of 'em. That old blue china, now. grain is used carefully while the stov- men would be there too if they could quite er often does not get the attention wear their new hata In church. I'm Interested In that. Must old? Yes, I thought so, And this pewter! Thce chair you must have lmd " em "Fifty-fivjenrs!" Mr. Onge boasted. W. 0. DICKEKSON W. 0. KIGNEY "Ah! That' a long time and this sIiM.onrd ever think of selling 'emV Mr. (Jnge flushed. They nln't worth much. Where could we sell VmT" "Tell you what," the man considered. "I do n lltllo In that line myself. Jut collecting, you wo, a few old things I might llnd something i like j "hi bore. Now, If you wnntcd a little mom-)- , 'twould come In handy. We mlcht mnke some kind of n bargain. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. You en n't use nil thin stuff." "So. It' In the way," Mm. Oaco answered, but her husband said nothing. "I'll give you two dollar apiece for those clmlrn," be offered. "Oh. will you" she gniped. "ou can have em nil of 'em. We don't need "em." Mohammedans Favor Violet. An Old Editorial. And the sideboard I'll clve you 50 Tho violet l the flower of the MoA man that huth friends must show for that." hammedan religion and violet I the himself friendly ; and there I n friend Mm. Race could hardly Mleve her mourning inlnr of It follower. that stlcketti cIo.mt than a brother. earn. Her things were worth someProverb 18:'."l I thing. They would be rich Bringing th Dead to Life. Tho sale continued. The man went Many apparently deud Ask the Wife. rsoiu tiara from nttlc to collar, picking out the boon resuscitated by Injecting Into tha Why la It that sonic men will tnfca things he wanted. "You needn't fear heart one cubic centimeter of a 1 in counsel with ever) body else sooner coming to want," he said. "You'll have l.ts.iO solution of either adrenalin or Ihan the? will with their wive? If enouKli for the rest of your lives. My pltultrlu; umde Into they would go to her llrst and .do as the Injeftimi He'll take this truck the left' Intercostnl man' outside. t or two she advises, thero would Im fewer men out of your way." ( Hie ster-(linger breadth to V- t down on their luck at the present time, They had come, to the big border. sklentitliFarm Life. i.,irirun. In the attic Then Sir. Onge spoke for the llmt time. "Mother," he whispered, "you nti' mo slept on that when we wu first married. All our babies ha id opt on It." "So they have, father." Somehow, money didn't look important to her now. "We won't let thnt go." "And the crib, mother he' taking Hint I Our llmt baby that died slept In " that Tear were In tho woman' eye. "Ho can't bavo that!" she cried. Mm. Oage' feeling were beginning to change. Things were very prcclou Are you carrying a "roll" of money around in to her now. it would be like parting your pocket? If so it is not earning; anything for with the children over again to let you. Possibly it is being frittered away little by these go. One by ono they went ovei little. the thing the man had set aside. Kuril V. TT r 1..fl4u ....... At. 1. one had dear axwiclatlonx. liven the memories Ktj kitchen chair had prlceie fi artvtnird nnniitif titnl 1m-imiti mAnno i of Thanksgiving and festivals; the t It won't fritter, but it WILL cam interast for you. sideboard, where tho little ones had been measured, each year coming up n little nearer to the top, where tJie "We tempting fruit wa displayed. mn't spare one!" mother decided. Mow could she have thought to let them go The old china, her mother". No ono would prlte It a nho did. "Wo won't let him have 'eiu." whispered her husband, taking her hand. The stronger spoke. "Hero' your money, madam. I'm In a hurry." Shu faced him. "I don't want your money. The thing are our. You can't haw ono of Vm 1" Mr, and Mr. Oage sat down by the 4 PER CErfT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS kitchen stove, lie stroked hi wife' DEPOSITS. hand softly. "We'vp got each other, mother, and we've got our good old thing." He chuckled. "Gut- we can gu on a little longer, and we'll be happy together." apienmnce. !' e W. O. RIGNEV & CO. i. Funeral Directors and Embaimers Lancaster, Kentucky. f four-iioste- r - This Bank Is Worth Money To You. 1 - The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES. PAYAILE Dsflncd. Ilijrd lurk. In nine rase out of tea. I merely a combination of hulnesa and bad Jfldinsmt. Boston fK u IBJ Att Bl BTC nc 4 sis. vw uru,ii ill nu, rnnid ur Tur iimoi n IX The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 14 19 22. Mrs. Marcus White and ltHle sen, Hugh and daughter, Ml Lalllc Leu, were gue'sts Wednesday of Mrs. Jao. roacMus.'ftf HyaMsville. Mr. and' Mrs, Clve Clark had for their visitors last week Mr, and-MShelly Clark and little sen, Messrs. Summer and Arthur Clark, of Corbln. Messrs. W, T. Sutton and James Yantls bought two meat hogs, each weighing 300 lbs. at Sets. pr lb. I from Mr. Cornelius Pendleton, of Poor Ridge. Mrs. W. R. Ramsey and son, Edwin of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Adams and Miss Amanda Adami, of Danville, were recent visitors of Mr, and Mrs. James Yantis. I Mrs. John Walker and daughter, Mum Vivian, Mrs. Wm. Vanhuss, of I I Corbln have returned to their homes nftcr visiting their aunt, Mrs. Milton Ward and Mr. Ward. r. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmm GIFTS of Individuality for Men FROM A MAN'S STORE. Yes, a man's gift for a man every time. And there's but one place to get it at a man's store that specializes on what men want. Hardware for Farm in TOOLS or HARD No matter what you WARE ceme to our atere for it We keep abrest with the time and hare all the latest accepted ideas in modern thing for mechanics. You can depend upon the things you buy from us. They keep their edge and we knew will give you absolute satisfaction. Our prices are fair and square. OUR HARDWARE WEARS Household Coming Soon Three Act Comedy "Wrecking Roberts Hudget" at the High School Auditorium. Look out for the date and be present for this entertainment. Home. ned I Mr. Farmer We want to turn our Buggies, Wag-on- i, You'll know your gift will be heartily welcomed that it will make the right impression that your taste will be complimented if it is chosen here. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS, INCLUDING BATH ROBES Stoves, Ranges, Wire Fence, Roofing, Paints, and Oils over to you at less than cost. Sec us before you W. J. Romans. (It) buy. See Robert and Martha Tuesday night At High School Auditorium Find out more about old "Ku Klux" Kcedon AUTO ROBES SMOKING COATS SWEATER COATS ANGORA MUFFLERS PULMON SLIPPERS FEET SLIPPERS REEFERS KNITTED MUFFLERS WALKER BROS. GUY Mr. GcorRC Brown Is quite sick. Mr. Grovcr Ward left Monday for a visit with Mississippi relative. Mrs. John Donaldson is visiting Mrs. Phillip Arbuckle, In Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttlo were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. W. Tuesday, December 19th. PHOENIX HOSIERY SILK NECKWEAR BELTS BELT BUCKLES SILK UNDERWEAR WOOL SOX COAT SWEATERS KNITTED TJES SILK HANDKER- - ' T. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green were visitors over Sunday of Mrs. Wm. Hurt in Paint Lick. Mr. Wm. Foley, of Corbln, visited his cousin, Mr. J. P. Foley and Mrs. Foiey last week. FOR SALE: One good as new, Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three n Light Fixtuies. For and Mrs. Stephen Mullens, of Electric Mr. (tf.) call at Record office. the Gooch road were visitors the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Henry WANTED: Man to succeed BryY.ter. an Sutton Retailing Rawlelgh Good Mr. Kobcrt Martin, of Richmond, Health Food Products: Spices, Flavwas the guest last Sunday of his ors, Medicines, Toilet preparations, ncice, Mrs. Wm. Sutton and Mr. etc. 160 everyday necessities uied by millions, Largest Company; esSutton. tablished 34 years. Favorably known Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hcrvey and all over America. No experience,' children, of Paint Lick, were Satur- practically no capital needed. We day guests of1 Mr. and Mrs. George teach you to manage your own permaDrown. nent big paying business. $2,000 to Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, af- $5,000 yearly. Write for application ter a visit with her parents, Mr. and and give age, occupation, references. W. T. Rawlelgh Co., Dept. 300, Mrs. Milton Ward have returned to 0 Frecport. 111. their home in Kirlcsville. Infor-motio(12-14.2- SILK MUFFLERS LOUNGING ROBES BOSTON BAGS UMBRELLAS GLOVES, all kinds GOLF HOSE CHIEFS INITIAL HAND. KERCHIEFS TUXEDO VESTS SUSPENDERS SUIT CASES KNITTED VESTS ENGLISH KITS GOLF CAPS BEAVER HATS SILK SHIRTS MAbRAS SHIRTS FLANNEL SHIRTS RAIN COATS CUFF BUTTONS SPORT CHAINS KNIFE and CHAIN CANES DRESS OXFORDS MONOGRAM BELT) BUCKLES Prices reasonable this season. Make your selection early PAEZS and HENDEEN "Better Men's and Boys' Wear." DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 1 S Free-Gol- d Fish-Fre- e j i J J 2 w 1,000 GOLD FISH TO BE GIVEN AWAY SAURDAY Beginning Saturday, Dec. 16th., at 9 A. M. with each cash purchase of $1.00 you get two Gold Fiih and Globe Free. a Gifts at This Store For Everj) j I I g J W Hember of The Family AS THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR SANTA CLAUS HAS LEFT HIS PACK WITH US, IT WILL ENABLE YOU TO SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM A NEW, CLEAN AND COMPLETE STOCK. j 1 DOLLS REAL KID BABY DOLLS BISQUE DOLLS STOCKINET DOLLS MUSICAL DOLLS IMPORTED DRESS- ED DOLLS RUBBER DOLLS DOLL TOILET SETS DOLL BUGGIES DOLL HIGH CHAIR CIRCUS PUZZLE BOX 5k.C.K,S CARPET SWEEPERS DOLL DISHES DOLL TRUNKS SAND SET BOWLING ALLEY PROBLEM BOARD SEWING CARDS TEN PINS R2clD?of TINKFR TOYS ROLY POLY TOY WAGONS wucri BA"KOv Everything that Santa haa for good children. 3 3 g 5 g wm VICTOR VICTROLA, $25 to $1,500 "Edison," The Phonograph With a Soul, $45.00 to $3,000.00 With each Victrola or Phonograph 10 per cent of value in record free jjj WHITTMAN'S CANDIES, IVORY, TOILET SETS, PENS AND PENCILS, PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES, AND CUT FLOWERS. EVER-SHAR- P g 2 g w I STORMES DRUG STORE. I Splendid Shows at Romans' Opera I realizes that he must operate his fac tory Juit as efficiently as the raanu- louse. See them. CtlllMH faucturer. His is a plant that Is FOR SALE: A Jewel Range In worth as much as the various busi good condition. .Mr. Robt. Walker, nesses In town f with which he desls; Ky. jj I (11.30-31.- ) RATES i Paint Lick. he Intends to operate It Just as careSlagle insertions 1c a word Bourbon Red Turkeys for sale-H- ens, fully. That's why he Joined the farm bureau." S.00; Tarns, 7.00. No ad Uken for leas than 20c Mrs. B. M. Lesr, A Woman' Tribute in this column. No sl in this (12.14.4t.) Paint Lick, Ky. Here la a woman's answer to the column charged. Nice brick store room, now oc- question: Ssven instrtioaa for the "The Farm Bureau," said a Kanscupied by Coy Sander, for rent for pries of Jive. Haselden Bros. as farm woman, the mother of four year 1923. Phone orders must be paid ons, "has succeeded so gloriously be( promptly. cause It Is so much a part of the best S STRAYED: From my place about community spirit. In our town December 3rd., Yellow Sow, weigh- many of the buiiness men are memGo to the KNGLE HOUSE when in ing about 125 pounds. If found bers as well as tha farmers became Lancaster, A square meal for 35cts. please call George Dishon, Lancaiter, they realize that the farm bureau is (lt-pd- ) Ky., Phone 207-B- . working for the good of the entire t) community. FOR SALE: Pure Bred Bronze as "The Farm Bureau has given the Turkeys. Mrs, Nnnnie S. Jennlngn, farm boy a new aim and vision. He See sees now that the profession of his Buena Vista, Ky., Brynntsvlllc, phono 4CH. county Farm parents is no longer haphazard, stragSixteen hundr.d state Farm Bu gling nnd unorganized, but that it is milk Bureaus, forty-fou- r FOR SALE: Good Jersey Kings- reaus all bound up in one national second to none In its efficiency and cow, fresh in February. Kocd bureau-operatbury Piano; 1921 Ford touring cur, In Farm Bureau with a membership of ideals. Let the farm about a million how did it come to for the next generation as success McCarty, good condition. J. !. fully as It in now and you'll have no Richmond Street. run within two short years? ( more trouble in keeping the boy on From a Builneti Man the farm. It is a significant fact Heaters, Cook Stoves, Coal Hods, Or.o business man gave his nnswer that out of several hundred boys and Shovels, Stov6 Pipes nnd Klbows, day: girls awarded trips to Chicago lad Perculntors, Stove to the question the other and Roasters "On the day when the former first fall to the International Live Hoards, etc. and other articles cheap Stock he was Juit as much a Exposition as n reword for superior J. R. Mount & Co. realised that as his city merchant or for 15 days. business ninn agricultural accomplishments, only D0(J LOST: Black and white grocer or grain dealer or druggist four or five came from homes that movespotted hound bitch. Scar on hind on that day the farm bureau diil not belong to the farm bureau." leg; wire cut. Reward. J. T. Hack, ment started. Since then the farmA Word From a MinitUr lev. Stanford. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 1, er has proved himself a business man near Cedar Creek on Crab Orchard to such an extent that he has won "Servlcel" the 7?4pcct of solid bunlnesa men nil pike. Thus, tersely, did a western minover the United States. ister summarize his answer to the A elieck for 510.08, dated LOST: From An Editor question. Dec. 0th., signed Try State lluttet "The Farm Bureau," he said, "has Tho editor of a New York newsCo... Cincinnati, to Harlan F. Warren paper has thus answered the ques- taken Ita part qultely and efficiently. Tuesday piornlng between It has rendered real service not only If found re tion: und 'Marksbury. "Tho Form Bureau movement to its members but also to every other (lt.-pd- .) turn to Harlan Warren. mnrks the dawn of r new day in member of the community. No com. TOBACCO SEED: "White Twist agriculture. he old pioneer who munlty can afford to do without Its Bud", one of oldest type burley. Moro took his all from the noil and was county farm bureau." nut it is the farmur himself who pounds to acre, highest quality. Limit- proud that he had cut himself otX ed quantity of seed for sale, $1.25 ox. from communication with the out- is best qualified to tell Just what the George W. Denny, side world has been replaced by the harm Bureau has done for farmers. Lancaster, R. 1. farmer who knows that he needs hb Instead of speaking he has been vole neighbor in his business. It Is the Ing his opinion by actlnir ho has Shoes! Shoes! Farm Uureau movement tha spans Joined the Farm Bureau, has placed Sllishtly worn for women and chil the two or three mlle'gap between his membership fee with a million dren and girls, school shoes at.tho old the, farmer and his neighbor apd be- others, and has found a nlara to Brammett stand, near the Garrard tween the farmer and the towns- work. And, after all, that Is the most glowing tribute that can be paid people. Tobacco Warehouse. "The Home of Maay Shoes." "The modern farmer la a manufac- to any organization a consistently A. J. Thompson, Prop. turer; the sky Is the roof of his fac- Increasing membership. Baristown ' ' tory and the earth the Bow. Ms, Standard. (12 Clatsilti (t) (lt-lCS- Farm Bureau Others It e dl Lan-cast- er " V