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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 21, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922122101_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 21, 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 TIAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 21. 1922. CASHIER HIGH AVERAGES HUMIIR 37. CLAYHOLE PRECINCT To Gut ROLLING IN Court of Appeals Rrverstt of Boyd Circuit Court. ARRESTED Richmond House Sells 1,250,- Tobacco Grower Pleased With WHAT IS CHRISTMAS 000 Pounds nt an Avenge Advances Received Claudo M. Minor, Hoyle Leirifl ChnrKed With Murder of Leon DEMOCRATS Unless we look beyond the of 532.G0 .Manager George A. Brown ha Intor, Hold in Connection Rcnnker at Winchester change of gift at Christmas we Now TrlnlH Soon been kept on the Jump, since the Including Friday' sale tho Home mivs its true message. With llnnk Failure opening of the Hurley Tobacco Grow-erJury Out 'Three Hours Independent Tobacco warehouse, of a HARDMAN Presbyterian jChurch Notes GOES FREE ex- will Decision Breath- Have lit Circuit Judte Should Cases Vacated Bench for Election New trial for French, Shade and l.ealle Comb and George Allen, Jr., Democrats, sentenced to prison on charge of conspiring to prevent an election In Clayhole precinct, Breath-li- t county, and killing George Mcintosh In tho furtherance of thl alleged conspiracy were ordered by the The court of appeal last Friday. Judgement of the lloyd circuit court, were tried on a where the case charge of venue from Ilreathltt county, wa revered In an opinion written by Judge, Charlea M. Moorman. In an election day battle In Clay-hol- e precinct on November Hth., 1921, four men were killed and 17 wounded. After considerable time the casvs were taken to Boyd county and indictment were returned against the four Democrat and against nine charging them with to prevent the election. Will Harnett, The Republican. Willie Davis, Will Campbell, Alfred t, Barnctt, Amby Harnett, Marian Ed Davl. Kd Combi and Che-tDavl. also were charged with the y murder if Asberry Comb. The charge wa dismissed against Uie nine Republican defendant, but th court of appeal last week held that they muit face trial. Four Defendants Sentenced Lelle Comb and George Allen, year Jr, each were entenced In prison and erFnch and Shade Comb to 6 year each. The court of nppeal held that the trial Judge In the Breathitt circuit court (hould have vacated the bench when aiked to and that neither the defendant nor the commonwealth could obtain a fair and Impartial trial In Breathitt county. The opinion held which would have told of plan to that tetlmony excluded from lie trial, prevent the election, mnum have been admitted. The opinion held that testimony to the detructlon of the bal lot bote Immediately after the batal-tle should have been allowed. It o held that the Jury ihould have been permitted to hear testimony showing what occurred immediately after the battle end what ome of the ld the day or two preparticipant ceding the election when, it wa alleged, threat were made that preparation were completed to prevent the election. Conspiracy Testimony Completed The Jury ahould have been permitted to know that Amby Davit, one of the nine defendant made a itatc-mea day or two before the, elecsad-di- e tion to the effect that he had hi bag full of cartridge and that he expected oriou trouble at the election, the court id. "It mny be a!d finally on the sub-Jethat any evidence tendering to show a conipiracy on the part of the Campbell crowd (the nine Republican) to destroy the election or Indicating that defendant were merely acting In rettance of a purpose of that kind, whether it relates to Incident preceding the election or Immediately following It and before the dispersal of tho crowd ,1 competent to be considered by the Jury," the opinion tated. con-spiraBar-neter con-pirac- here, but everything Is running smoothly and the grower are more than pleated with the advance they are receiving on their tobacco. About forty !ondt are being unloaded each day. with .every day thl week filled to capacity. Garrard county tobacco I unusually tine this year, with practically no houftcburn and vrty little damaged I ten on the door. The growers are taking more pains with the grading this year than lat year and at n result are receiving much better average. The Hit nf grade and price bring advanced on each grade indicate a higher average for the 1922 crop than wa received for the 1921 crop, a portion of which ha not been paid for but for which check will be mailed nut at an early date, according to official of the association. Below Is a list of the official grade and the price on the respective grades! AMIS, A3.$13, Al-l- l, house Al-11- cashier of the defunct Peoples Bank and Trust Company of Perryvlllc, and former president of the Kentucky Banker Association, was nrrcitcd at his homo In Perryvlllc Saturday night on a warrant carrying thre charges, two of making false entries and another for wrongfully converting property to hit Claud M. .Minor, own use. Minor, who ho represented Boyle county in the legislature for the last three year gnvc bond of $4,500 for his appearance In the Minor Boyle county court todny. A6-$- 8. AG-$B2-$1- A7-I113-11117-1- 4. C2-I1C3-$1III-$1- ill. $20, 115-1Cl-12- denies the charge. The Perryvillo bank closed its door October 2nd., by the orders of the state banking commissioner. At the time It was stated that the failure wa due to the Inability of the bank to collect outstanding debts. Depositors May Lose A dispatch from Frankfort states that depositors of tho defunct bank may lose part or all of the deposits and that the stockholders are liable for nn assessment of 100 per cent of the 110,000 total capital. B6-$- 5, Cl$15, 1)4-11- C5-$1)1-121)5-1Bl-$1- C0-I)2-$1- C7-$D3-$1- I)fl-$- I)7-$- 2.1)2, H(l $4, K2-$- K3-S1- K4-f- K5-IFl-$- E7-I- 3. F4-IFS2-IK- FS Gl-f. . G3-I- 3 G5-$2.- G2-I- CWI-$2f- l, CW2-$2TW2-$1DG-$NG-f- l. TWI-12CG-$- tJf. that the prices are practically the tame on the first grade but higher on most of the low. er grade, which will give the grower a In excess of what was received for their crop lat year and which It creating a tentiment of universal satisfaction among member of the great Association. will be noted It The Burley Contract The following notice will be read with a great deal of Interest and will straighten out many differences of opinion between the man who Is a member of the pool and one who is not. If the landlord Joined the Association prior to the time the Bingham Act became a law, January 1 6th., and traded with a tenant who wa not a member of the Association before that time, the crop will have to be divided, the tenant taking his part and the landlord ocllvering hi part to the Association unless the tenant want to sell to the aisociation. A landlord who Joined the Association either before or after the Bingham Marketing Act became a law, and traded with hi tenant after January 1 nth., 1922, will be required under the terms nf the contract and the l.nw to deliver all the tobacco grown on his land, hi part and 'the tenant'a at well. Van Benton, Brandenburg and Cruise, 500 pounds at 48cts.; 450 lb. Beginning with the coming year 45ct.; 580 lb. g 45ct.; 390 lb. women will be required to pay poll tp 44cti.; 305 lb. 44cts.; 555 lb. tax as a concomitant of equal rights, & 4 lets.; 410 lb. (ft) 4 lets.; 310 lb. according to a decision of the Court 43cts.; 215 lb. (a 40cU.. 80 lb. Qp This is In line with 39cU.. 275 lb. of Appeals. 37ct.; 255 lb. other states where the same question 35ct.; 275 . 33cts.; 190 lb. ha arisen since suffrage wa lCcts. the womn. Wesley Simpson, 400 lb. 55ct.; Thi will mean that wherever poll 125 lb. 4 Gets.; SOct.; 285 lb. taxes exist they will be required of 355 lb. a 42ct.; 370 lb. 42ct.; women above legal age. In most 600 lb. & 40ct.; 205 lb. 39ct.; counties of Kentucky a poll tax of 370 lb. (0) 30ct.; 140 lb. 14cts. $1.60 is levied, to which nearly every Joe Smith, 260 lb. G2cts.; 230 lb. municipality adds an addition tax. $ OOcts.; 155 lb. 40ct.; 140 lb. Neither Jefferson county nor the city 3 40ct. of Louisville imposes a poll tax, but J. II. Million fc Kcllsy, 225 lb. such an impost la I the rule rather 43ct.; 025 lb. $ 43ct.; 225 lb. $ than the exception elsewhere In the 43ct.; 210 lb. (J 3Cct.; 270 lb. state. 35cts.; 70 lb. S 23cU. While poll taxes are imposed on Neal Madden, 220 lb'. lOcts.; all male of legal age, collection of 330 lb. 0 4 let.; 225 lb. 40cta,; same only Is assured from those own- 75 lb. 39cts. ing property. As a result every' Gardner Baker. 385 lb. 54ct.; 255 sheriff settlement is cluttered with lb. g 4 Gets.; 345 lb. 39cts.; 145 It may be lb. a long list of delinquents 10 U lb. 33cU.; 75 lb. that when the women are subjected to such a tax the ntte will be reduced Loses where poll taxes are levied. Women Must Pay Poll Tax in 1923 Richmond, Ky., hat mild ono and n quarter million pounds of tobnero for an average of $32.r0, which amounts to over $400,000, that hnt been paid out by this house 'o the grower who have not Joined the Pool. Prices have leen firm all through the week with many large basket bringing up to $0C. Wagons continue to pour in from all sections of thu State and the Home House will hare capacity floor nil next week. Mountain counties still are sending a large quantity of weed down and especially noted arc a great many wrapper which are bringing as high as $02.00. The big tobacco companies are all buying briskly and a large force of employees arc kept busy moving the large crop and not a minute I being lost by the management to move the crop through the break with the least possible delay. 250,000 that Indications are pounds were offered Monday. Sales will be returned at 9 A. M. and continue every day until Saturday and only a few day will be taken for Xma. Some sales noted Friday Include: Anderson "The timet will be better" for the watch Whiskey The people of Anderson county arc very much wrought up over the proposed removal from that county about 18,000 barrel of whiskey to other place of concentration .The removal will cost the county In the loss of taxes about $10,000 annually, to say nothing of the stupendous loss to the owners of the warehouses, who get large sums for storage and arc well paid for bottling and boxing. We suppose the government figures that if this whiskey I not removed soon from AnJerson county there won't be any of it left, so numerous are the robberies at these warehouse. Only last week a guard there was boun.l and gagged nnd the warehouse robbed of about 515,000 worth of Buick Agency We arc carrving In thl nt ct Are You Ruled By Prejudice? There arc tlll a few people who are afraid of anything new. They rcoff at new discoveries. They try to ridicule that about which they know nothing. If ono can get profit by u harm-le- u, drugle, science isn't It within reaton to suggest that you try that idencc? Chiropractic addf nothing to nor 4k , doe it take anything from the body. (asTBV liv relieving the nressuro on lm- ... i i - i . . i. I i y tiingCU nerve in mo spiuai cuiumu , IVI .1 J 11 give nniuru a viwiivw iu ivuhiiu the part of the body that I diseased. You'll try Chiropractic tome day. 11. K. Wade, I). C, Chiropractor. Office hours 9 to It A. M. and 2 to 6 I. M. Evening, Sunday and Holiday by Issue the advertisement of It. M. Arnold, of Danville, announcing the agency for Garrard county of the Buick car. Mr. Arnold also has the agency in this county for the Hupmobile. In this connection we might add that Mr. Arnold Informs us that during the past six months he ha manufactured more bugglet, than during any previous months that he hn been in the manufacturing business. Hi buggies have a wonderful reputation all over tho state and they are sold In Garrard county by the following There Is but one "Go.Getta-Man.- " agents: llaselden Brothers, at l.ancas-te- r, Morgan Brothers, nt Nina and O. booze. If the county taxes on this whiskey L. llanimack, at Paint Lick. Is worth $10,000 a year to Anderson Friend here were distressed to county, it would be good business for learn of the death of Frail it Hurt Jr., Big the county to furnish guards against eight year old and only son of Mr. such losses. c and Airs. Frazier Hurt, who passed nway at the home of his parents, in The big storage warehouse, coverWilson Day ing over half nn acre, erected in Litchfield. 111. last Monday night, December the 28th. Mr. Wilson will an uporrtion for appendicitis. connection with the Burley Awocl-atio- n year old, and this event The distress parent have tho symwarehouse, in Harrodsburg ha be sixty-si- x throughout the will be celebrated pathy of all friends here In the lots been completed. It will hold over Wilton hogsheads and it U proposed to United State as Woodrow of their bright little boy. Burial will ake placo at the Lan- store tobacco there from Mercer, Day. In honor of thi event, Mr. caster cemeterv today, (Thursday). Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, Washington, J. R. Mount, the local chairman of Wilson Foundation Marion, Taylor Green and Adair tho Woodrow Nice Honor counties, tnys n Harrodsburg dis- Fund, has called a meeting of the friend of Mr. Wilson nt the court At a meeting of the Central Ken- patch. house, ut ten o'clock Thursday, Dee. tucky Commercial Organization last 28th., to draft suitable resolution in Night Friday in Lexington, permanent ofa telegram, of birthday greetings, Mr, G. B. A meeting of the Chamber of Comficers wire elected and which will be tent to tho distinguishSwinebroad, of thl city, wa unanim- merce is called for Friday night, Dec. ously chosen president. 22nd. This It one of the important ed and honored it vice It I hoped and expected that u Thirteen organizations were repre- and the last meeting of the year and goodly number will attend this meetsented. Mr. Frank Jones, of Lex- a full ntendanco of its member It ing. ington was elected President and urgently requested to bo there, a Price Galnet of that city, Secretary-Treasur- e some matters of interest will be taken Sunday evening at the Sunday School will have charge of the Christmas eve service, with a program of music and recitations. The service will be a meat interesting one and will be enjoyed by all. The basket offering to bo taken will be tent a a gift from the School to the Orphans Home in Louisville. At the close of the program each child will receive a Christmas remembrance. It is hoped that the membership will be present for both this service a well as the one of the morning. The pastor will bring n Christmas message at 11:00. Come for Sunday Home School and League, too. EveryThe home talent play given nt the body heartily welcome; if you arc not School Auditorium Tuesday night going elsewhere come and worship brought out a crowd that practical with us. ly filled the building and everyone coming away pleased with the enterChurch News tainment. The proceeds will be used The sendees next Sunday will be to purchase new stage property, which is badly needed. All who took in keeping with the Christmas season. part in the play did well and deserve The pastor will preach at 11 o'clock, much credit for the work which each and in the evening a Joint program must have given, to have put on a will be rendered by the Sunbeams play so well rehearsed and so delight- and the Junior Union at 7 o'clock. Be sure to come. fully rendered. The Christmas number of our taking part were: Missel Those Edith Moore, Kugenia Dunlap, Mar- church paper if ready for distribugaret Elliott, Anna Evaree Layton, tion. Come next Sunday and receive Messrs. J. It. Haselden, Wnlker Rob- your copy. The Church Directories inson, William Danleb, Jack Wil- are also here, and we want everyone liams, Henry Clay Cox, Hamilton Cox to have a copy. Ak for yours. The pastor desires to express his and Ben Kavanaugh. The music between the act wa sincere appreciation for all the kindrendered by the High School Orches- ness extended to him during the past tra, composed of Messrs. Bourland, year and to extend hearty Christma Haselden, Creech, Henry nnd Miss greetings and best wishes for a happy Henry. It received hearty applause New Year to all. and deserved lL Look out for the 5 Scobee Hnnimnii. charged with the murder of Leon Rcnaker at Winchester, was found not guilty by n Fayette county Jury Tuesday morning, after having considered the verdict for three hours. In view of Hordman't acquittal there wnt considerable tpcculation nbout disposition of the cases against Mrs. Catherine Rcnaker and Reese Fox, charged with complicity In the murder. Circuit Judge W. B. Shackelford said, however, they would be continued until the April term of court. Hani man's face showed great relief when the verdict was announced. He straightened up and after a few preliminaries left the court room a free man. He Immediately went to G. F. the office of hi attorney, Wyckoff where he dictated a statement to the correspondent of the Associated Press "The verdict completely and absolutely exonerates me," the statement said, "of committing the crime charged against me or of being connected with IU "Five months of Intenrive investigation by officers, detectives and the pry'ng curious has failed to produce any proof of my connection with the dastardly crime ascribed to me. In my happiness at being exonerated before the world, I also feci a deep sympathy for Mrs. Renaker, Reeic Fox nnd their grieved kin and friends, nnd I feel that they, too, have been cleared of any stigma. "Knowing human nature as I do, I can have none but the kindest feelings for thorns persons engaged In fastening the crime on me." Mrs. Renaker through her attorney declined to make a statement, due, it was said, to her suit filed to collect insurance on the life of her husband. The whole world pauses to celebrate the birth of tho Son of God, who came to save the world from It sint. God askt in return our unselfish service nnd complete surrender. The Wise Men of long ago brought their richest gifts when they came to worship tho infant Christ. They recognized the Babe as their ruler. As we come to the Christmas season let us consider how much of ourselves we bring as nn offering to the Saviour. Christmas service In Prayer, Song and Sermon at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. The evening program will contitt of special music and short talk on India, beginning at 7:15. At thi service we will have the opportunity of giving to the poor of our community, and to tho mission work In India, money to cause In India and food for the poor in the community. Thi will be followed by a Christmas tree in the Sunday School room where all the children of the School will receive tome little gift, and some of the grownup may find something, at least they will all enjoy seeing the children mnde happy. An invitation to all next Sunday, COME. Methodist Church News Talent Play Baptist Few Hours Earlier Road Law Invalid $50,-000,0- Frazier Hurt, Jr. Warehouse at Harrodsburg In order that the readers of the Tho Court of Appeals held on last Record may take advantage of the week that the Simmons road law, by many Christmas advertisements that which it was proposed to spend art being offered through the paper on the road of Kentucky in thi issue, we arc coming out a thru a commisVon headed by General few hour earlier. Those living on William L. Sibert, of Bowling Green, Woodrow 3,-0- the routes throughout the county, should get the paper n day earlier. Some splendid bargains are being offered by the merchants of Lancaster and there ahould be no reason why anyone should leave home to buy "him" or "her' a Christmas gift. Notice To the Member of the Building and Loan Association: Will be out of town fur a few weeks, and during my nbsence please pay your dues and Interest to L. N. Miller, at thu Central Record office, on Saturday afternoon or Monday morning of each week. Sue Shelby Mason, Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n SecU-Trea- Friday Meeting r. "P. Turkey Dinner Good Yield Messrs. Sell Cattle K. Robinson Profitable Turkeys appointment, (It) Feed, sUHtrd' Keatucky Fan can beat it? Genuine Kanawha Sail la sack aad , grouad Ballard's Pure Wheat 41 per cent Protein Cotton Seed Mule barrel, lest far curlag Meat. Barter, Dairy Feed, Horse aad Hudson A Farnau. Meal for sale. Hudson A Faravaa. Hues en Faraa. Feed. sold a nice bunch J. Mr. Green Sutton, who lives out of fat cattle, welching 1,000 to V. on Crab Orchard route 2, certainly A. Lear last week, for 97.00 a hun- made it profitable for her on 25 year. She dred. They were shipped to the Cin- turkey she raised thi cinnati market. Karl Farra sold 15 told them for a total of $167.30, the head of feeders to Frank I.ogan of 25 weighing 478 pound, or an averBoyle, for 0 cent a pound. age of 10 pound each. Now, who Job Gulnchlgllani, proprietor of tho Puritan, wfshes us to announce that he will serve a bounteous Christmas and Turkey dinner on Christmas day, from 6:30 to 7:30. Joe never fails on any of hit undertakings and. if you want a real dinner and In order to b aure of a plate, reservations should be made at once. Cos-mom W. S. Kmbry and J. T. Henry delivered a crop of tobacco to thu Burley Grower Association house Tuesday and received an advance of Notice to $17.85 a hundred. It averaged 1,900 You had better pay your city tax at pounds to the acre and wa of the once If you don't want to bo adverWhite Twist Bud variety. tised. J. A. Bratton, Tax Collector. invalid because of the fact that the law nanted the members of the proposed commission, an executive act done by the legislative body. In a dissenting opinion Judge Wm. Rogers Clay, of Lexington, hold that if the majority view Is good, appointment of n state librarian or of the member of the old prison boards alio would be illegal, and that the correct view to tale up such law I that appointment by thu legislature is valid if not prohibited specifically by the constitutor, or if not manifestly nn exercise of executive authority. Judge Clay held that It was at times a difficult task to define exactly tho line of demarkation which separates one of these departments execuof government (legislative, tive and Judicial) from the other. The decision uphold the ruling of Judge Robert L. Stout, of tho Franklin circuit court before whom it wa originally heard. Tax Payers Christmas Articles BaMard' OUUsk Flour. I re, I have on tale at my home, tome which I keel thM' aad 'delUiou. Try a ak article fancy Christma Lis, Saad, Cesaaal, Reck, would be pjeated to show my friend. today. We deliver I tew). aad Pressed Brick. Hitdea & FeTMU. Mrs. Leila Landram pd.) Htidsosi A Farnau. (12-7-3t ft Thm Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dsc 21, 1922 L Is not for off and our complete display of XMAS t HOLIDAY GOODS IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION We admire n man who U strong on civic pride. Such f man, or woman, is a distinct as set to any community. Too often a town suffers be its citizens immerse cause themselves in the business of making money, to the utter cx elusion of all other consider ations. Always there are a few who believe in improving local con ditions. Through their efforts a certain amount is accomplish cd, but uniform improvement is only brought about when the people ns a body arc willing to to that end. Conditions in our own com munity would be better, and life would be brighter, if all of our people had the spirit of local improvement nnd the will to put it into practice. Why not? BUCKEYE Mr. It W. Sanders was in Lexington Monday. Mr. Ray Noel was in Lexington first of the week. Mr. Robt. Noel was In Lexington Tuesday ad Wednesday. Mm J. F. Price visited Mrs. Johnson, in Lexington Wednesday. Mr. Geo. Ray bought a milk cow from Mr. Will Cruse for 145.00. Miss Mary Kurtx, of K. C. W is at home for a two week's Dan-vlll- ALUMINUM SALE $1.09 $1.29 $1.39 .95 .99 .99 .99 .99 $1.34 Dippers, were 25cts Sale Price .23 Pan, II nnd 4 qts, was $1.50, Sale Price $1.10 Yon must see to know nil the Hargnlns. This sale will only be on until December 2:ird. Come early nnd pick your choice. We also carry a full line of toys, Xmns candles and Fire Works, Auto Tires nnd Tubes and Hlue Grass Gassoline. We nlso have the best conl for every purpose nt $8.00 per ton. Each load sells another. t. t. e, McRobsrts Dying Tot Saw Angel county reRelatives in Lincoln ceived news of the death at Detroit of Freeman Hatfield, 8, from hydrophobia. The letter states that Just before he died he told his mother he could ice an angel beckoning to him. His parents moved to Detroit from Highland. Dryesc Fall in 38 Years It has not been so dry in the fall since 1SF4. Then it did not rain un. When til during February. 1885. the rains set in they were followed by violent snow storms, forming drifts twenty feet high. For several weeks travel was almost impossible.' Raywlck Cor. Lebanon Enterprise. "Black Beauty's" Creator The author of "Black Beauty" a Quaker girl, wrote the story on her rind to heed this Lancaster woman's sick bed and sold it for $100. More experience: Mrs. M. O Aldrldgc. Danville PJke. than 3,000,000 copies have been sold in America alone. Tho writer died ays: Tliero Ss nothing llko Doan's I navo Kidney Tills for backache. one year after the book was taken them several times for dull I have also had pains In my back. hart1, shooting pains In my sldo Why Not when sweeping, that felt as though SomeYou people who like to rend thej a knife wrr stabbing me. get dlsxy, paper, but who borrow it front your, times I would my eyes nnd specks that nearly neighbor each week, should return tame before I stooped over. When Minded me If j the favor. I got an attack like this, my kidneys Why not subicribe a wh e and loan wero out of order and acted Irregu-larlit to some neighbor who has it not? i I went to Mcltobert's Drug It is true your neighbor is kind j Storn nnd got Doan's Kidney I'llla. and loans you, but don't you know! They have always cured mo of tho they have remarked a hundred times attack." Don't about why the paper is worth bor-- i Price COe. at all dealers. rowing all the time and not worth' simply ask for a kidney remedy Kidney Pills the same, ' get Doan's subscribing for. thai Mrs. Aldrldge had. A suggestion that would help you, Co., Mfrs., nuffalo, N. V. your neighbor and the paper would be to subicribe and get one yourself. McROBERTS DRUG STORE Agnin we suggest that time to look over the field sec if there is any one in our midst who is likely not to be remembered on Christmas day. If there arc any such persons the spirit of humanity and brotherly love which Christ taught should prompt us to put joy into their hearts on the trreat day of clays. To him that hath not should Pin, Not Appendix be given. ueorgc ihocny, years !!. wm discharged from a hospital in New How mnny of the children port where he was operated on for who receive their toys on appendicitis. For some time the child had com Christmas day will understand plained of a sharp pain in the right why those toys arc given them side. It was thought his case was a nt that particular time? severe one. How many of them under Physicians found a pin an inch long stand that had it not been for near the appendix. the birth of Christ there would And here's wishing ourtelf a mer- be no Christmas, and perhaps ry Christmas. no occasion for toys? Some men never know when they It might be profitable to tell They never get that them the story of the child who are well off. far. came into the world in a manger and went out of it upon a WOMEN 6IVE OUT cross, thnt their thoughts on hard enough .when Christmas morn may instincHomework is Every Lancaster woman tively turn back to the day healthy. who Is having backache, blue and nervous spells. dizzy headaches nnd when the virgin became a kidney or bladder troubles, should b mother. visit. Mr. Tom Dunn, ofKansas, is visi ting here. This is hi first visit here In 34 years! Mr. T. O. Hill has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilradshaw in Danville. Mrs. Mat Carter, MIm Sallie Noel Mnd Mr. Ottie Hay Ilogle, who have been sick continues about the same. Mr. Hiram Ray bought 7 head of cattle from Mr. Klrby Teater t 5 cents per lb. and 1 head In Stanford at 5 and SUcU. per lb. Miss Leno Kast Mr. Amon it is Lamny were united and marriage' in In nnd Lancaster Monday afternoon, Dec. Dish Tans, 10 qt., was $1.25, Sale Price Dish Pans, 14 qt., was $1.45, Sale Price M'icco Cooking Set was $1.50, Sale Price Perculntors was $1.25, Sale Price Ten Kettles was $1.30, Sale Price Hound Itonstcr, was $1.00, Sale Price Double Hollers, was $1.00, Sale Price Lipped Kettles, was $1.00, Sale Price Wntcr Hucket, was $1.G0, Sale Price Henry ft. Moore & Son POINT LEAVELL, KY. Drug Store. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Owen Kast and I very Indus--, trious, while the groom is a young farmer. Their many friends wish for them a long life filled with happiness nnd prosperity as they Journey through life. Uth. It All Depend I start a At- - Sewell John Scwell, age S3 years, who had been in 111 health for the past two years, died Sunday morning at 12 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Pertnclla Hogie. He has bten u resident of this locality for about 3.'. years. His passing away will be mourned by many, especially those to whom he hnd some time done an act of kind ness. He was clever, kind, court ous and ever willing to be helpful on any "occasion wherever he could be of service. His Interest in the sick and distressed was a profession with him, and many will never forget hU sympathetic and personal service ren dered at the bedside of the afflicted He was a member of Liberty Haptln church and many times during his long illness, spoke of the time when he was ready and prepared to go. Four brothers and one sister survive. Funeral services were conducted by Hcv. J. F. Price at the church here at two o'clock Monday afternoon. Interment taking place in the cemetery at this place. PAINT LICK Little Charles Franklin Sebastian continues ill. MIts Lucille Davis was a weekend visitor nt home. There will be a Christmas trre at the school Friday morning. ' All stores have on horlday attire and all clerks are kept busy. Mr. Lean Lcdford Is able to set up, his many frlrml are glad to ASTHMA Cough, shortness of brrnlli, wheezy breathing, quickly relieve 1 with Half the things you do would look I suspicious if someone should report that you are going crniy. chison Globe, j Ends Life to j FOLEY'S Keep Warm Julia I.avellc, 40 years old, ended her life In her apartment in Rochester, X. V.. by inhaillng illuminating gas. A note written un the back of an envelope said: "I got to keep warm somewhere." The suicide came on the heels of the first coM snap of the season. Hot air is never the result of cold deliberation. WEtfM Stood the grnrrstions, Free from opiate - ingredients plainly printed on wrapper. Largl wlUnf cautS tn4lln In lh WmM. tct of lima acrvuig three A caustic tongue leaves a sting behind, but it seldom gets Its owner There would be more Justice in our to the front. court if the cases were not so often After all, requiring our millionaire tried before the Jury hears the evito pay thler Just proportion of taxes dence. might be a dangerous experiment. "Cancel the war debts," is the lat- There would be so much gold in the est wail that comes fropi across the national treasury we might all be seas. It was alo the first, and it tempted to go bolshevik In order to will not be the last. grab It McRobrts Drug Slora Return Favor ! 1 You will be spending some money this Christmas per haps a considerable amount. We all do. If you spend it with our home merchants at least a portion of it may find its way back into your own pockets. It often docs. If it is spent outside of our community you will never see know. it again. They never do. Miss Ida Hurt is on the sick list, we Since you are possesed of at regret to note, being unable to teach least an ordinary amount of this week. Our school has ordered ami receiv brains, which appeals to you? ed some very interesting books for Foster-Mil-bur- B l!) 1 IDF Villi ft AIIO uuofine I uu TOMER OF OURS? IF NOT, WE BOTH LOSE. THIS IS TO NEW RESIDENTS AND THOSE WHO HAVE NOT FAVORED US WITH A TRIAL ORDER. 9 1 i i HI Other good people in this community have found it to their financial advantage to becoine(stcady customers of ours, because an a general store we sell practically everything, and our enormous volume of business enables us to cut tho price clear down to the , Wise buyers ore nlways willing to try n good thing at least once. When may wc expect you? limit. The average minister preaches about 100 sermons a year. This requires intelligence, education, research, and concentrated thought. In addition, he must keep a watchful eyo on thu work of the Sunday School, conduct mid week prayer meetings, foster nnd encourage all sorts of societies and activities, visit the sick and oppressed. Smile sweetly over the indifference of many of the brethren, and blaze the path to heaven for people who are too engrossed in worldly affairs to perform this important duty for themselves. We dole him out a sum that, with rigid economy, will cover his nakedness nnd keep soul and body together and feel that we have done wonderfully well. The devil smiles at our parsimony, the preacher doesn't complain of it, and wc, apparently, prefer to 'remain ignorant of it. It's a gay world for everyone but the preacher. their library. IssBr' At The I SsssH H M Miss Elizabeth King nnd sister, will spend Xmas week In Junction City with their aunt. Mrs. Anslc Parks, of Richmond, spent two days last week with her ' mrx mother, Mrs. Win. Hurt, Sr. Mcsdamc F. II. Smith, R. I, Hill and Miss Kmma Ilurchell and Mr. W, O. Andurson were In Richmond Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Chestnut will move to Herea next week. Mr. ChestSix Day Bike Race nut has bought half interest in a garagu there. Alfred Goullct, the greatest six day cyclist of the prosont day, Is A. H. Kstridge anil Rodney Ralston n heavy favorite to win tne race again this year. He Is as immaculato who are attending Georgetown Col- as he Is a good rider. Photo shows him practicing his tonsorial art on lege, arc at home until after the himself. Xmas holidays. 'Mr .and Mrs Robert Ward and children, .Mr. and .Mrs. O. II. Peyton, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut. sssssssssH Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox "PURE BRED" Is the watch word on I 1 Your Produce is samo ns cash. Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLK, KENTUCKY. 1 bunting or hnnting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will bo prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. Price, Joe Criscillis, T. J. Price, R. L. Elkln, I). M. Lear, R. - Darker R. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, J. P. Illand, Asklns and Moberlcy, J. J. Sebastian, W. A. Moberloy, Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and Hughes Bros., M. U. Turner, R. L. And now, If you hnve bor- Arnold, Ed Daker, J. A. Scott, W. rowed this paper in order to T. Worrcl, A. U. Doty, W M. Marsh-bankII. M. Kurtx, J. W. Sweeney, rend this column, return it with thanks and send in a subscrip- J, S. Ison, George Conn, Prathor and Creech, Donaldson Jones, Doyle 1s, DIXIE STOCK FARMS will ever be In the future, why not buy your foundation for your future success. When better Polands are bred we will breed then on THE DIXIE. Pure' Breeds are cheaper today then they tion of your own. It will add to the enjoyment of your Old-fiel- d. Dixie BROS. A M. Stock SANDERS J. LANCASTER, 1 Christmas dinner. (Other names will be added upon (tf.) tht payment of 25 cents) AMON, PROP. KY. Farms. ITItflBltttlB?8BtliBtslf Th Central Racord, Lancaster Ky. (GIFTS FOR CHILDREN IN RURAL COMMUNITIES Purebred Pig or Calf or Other Animal Is Suggested. Study of Im Recent Qutstlonnalr proved Stock Showtd That Ham Influent It an Important Factor Oovtrnlng Brtssllna. Thursday. Dec 21,1 922. 81 you. fice. COUNTY FARM BUREAU DO YOU 2- - XMAS GOODS As NEED Bureau HELP? haa It "The Farm for lh. tllt4 PtalM tXrlmol birthday and Christina gifts for children In rural cnmftiunllle, why not itUe a purebred pig. calf, or other nnltnnIT This I the sugge'tlmi" thn ITnllrHl State Department of Agrl culture, which, with the various Mate, la conducting the "Metier Hire Better Mock" campaign. A recent question nalre study of the utility value of purebred life atock showed, among oilier result". Hint home Influence l an Im portant factor jmernlng the breeding PrFr4 In Sy TOYS - TOYS i A Club Qlrl and It rank We have everything in TOYLAND on display at our store, with everything possible in Toys and Holiday Gifts. We have an attractive display in the Biggest Toy Store. Hr Prlt Fio. In next to sale, la lniKirtanc feint and shows, taken collectively. When parent show their Interest In S'mmI atock the children are inorv Ilk Ijr to ilo no. One hreeiler told of rebelling summ (nirebml live itook at a wedding sift . from lila That beginning wan an lmMirtnnt Influence, which re nulled In an entire herd of profitable animals, a practical Inflil tnce In the couple's imxperltr and happiness. (!ltl of cuod live atock, the depart went point nut. are nut only accept able In theniaelve but with proper handling multiply and cite pleasure, satisfaction, and financial benefits for an Indefinite period. father-in-lawwell-bred- . of auierlor ilotnritlc animal. fart. We Have Suitable Xmas Gifts for Everybody CUT GLASS GLASS-WAR- E CHINA-WAR- E ttfr J" a , BEST STORAGE OF POTATOES Only Tubtra of High Quality Should B Put Into Collar or Pit Jggn JSp ALUMINUM WARE Prtvant Fretting. If beat reaulta are ezpected ing potatoea, only potatoea by Mur PYREXWARE SILVER WARE Mll V-- " of cood JsSi P TOYS TRICYCLES KIDDIE CARS SMALL AUTOS FLIVVERS WAGONS quality ahould be atored. I'otatora will not ImproTP In atnrace but are more liable to (o down In quality, Many atnracv troiibtwi ure the result of MHtr field condition. I'otatoea ahuuld Imj left In tb field a few houra after dig ging to rwnult them to dry. Immature potatoea will hare to be handled and watched carefully. I'otatoet may be atored In open bin In a cool cellar or burled In the ground. If atored In n cellar, they ahould not be plied mora than a foot deep. When atored In layer deeper than this or In sscks, there la more dancer of loaa from may be burled In th I'otatoea ground over winter. A ahallow hole about (1 to 12 Incbm deep ahould he dug and lined with about two Inchea of Mraw. The potatoea ahould be placed in the hole and covered with at row and four or Ore tuchea of Kill. Ven tilation ahould bo provided In the annio manner at for atorlng other root crops. Aa the weather get colder, place another ln)er of atraw on the mound and add aufllclent aoll to pre vent the tuber from freezing. de-ca- CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE We Insist that yon come to our store to see our line of Holiday Goods and buy your Xmas needs at the cheapest price possible. We are prepared tp give service with courteous treatment and are looking forward to your visit. JEWELRY CHAFING SETS CASSEROLES KITCHEN CABINETS CLOCKS ELECTROLEERS ELECTRIC HEATERS FLOOR LAMPS OIL HEATERS GUNS CUTLERY MANICURE SETS TOILET SETS IVORY Do not Walt-CO- ME VICTROLAS CANDLE STICKS PICTURES SHAVING SETS NOW and Buy Your TOYS and CHRISTMAS GIFTS AVOID Usually SOFT-SHELLE- D EGGS Cauaad by Han Balng Too Fat or InaurricUnt Supply of Lima Food. Haselden Bros. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE The, caute of eggs usti ally la that the hena nru too fat or do not have lufllrleiit food of a lime nature, or have been worried, or the oviduct la not In a good healthy condiMT. HEBRON tion, which may 1 ruuicd by Inflammation brought on by overproduction, Crawford U on the Miai Mollic disease or Injury. If fowli ore too fut atarvo them down, furnish them tck litt. with material for shells, keep dogs, Ml Elizabeth Mall nnd Frank children and nwilo fowl from chasing vnninca. arc 111. them, provide lurches nenr the ground, Mli Nnnnlo Lane, of Pnlnt Lick, feed lightly nnd umi I unco quantities green and vegetublea rather than ii with her brother, Mr. Tnylor Lane. of grain. Mr. Herbert Holticlnw, of fiilbcrta MUCH ECONOMY IN BALED HAY ovenintr- Convenient to Handl and Advantage. out In Marketing Prattle Worth Extending. Creek wni In thtm vicinity Sunday Quite n lot of the pooled tobacco la beins delivered from this community now. Mr. Nancy Snlvy, of Louiavllle, A recent Indication ahowa that ha been the truest of her son. Mr. In aome atatea aa many a 10 per cent, Koy Spivy anil family. or more, of the famia aro equlped Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jennings nd r with and In many caaea the children, of Jessamine, wcro with hay that la atored and uaed on lh farm I baled because cf the Increased relatives here the latter part of the vcononiy In atoragv and tb conveni- week. ence lit handling. Mrs. Spratt, of Paris Crossing, Ind., While th advnntagea la marketing who has been vialt!n Mrs. Kllrabeth of hay and atraw are th greateit Onstott Is the guest of Mrs. Syd obtained thua far from bal-luDoolln. th advantage of baling th maThe ML Uebron Consolidated terial; wllch it used us th place School will give a Xmas tree Friday warrant ceBtdrtaf and tat to worth Mtw4toc. hay-bale- Kctit ly sent 8 quilts, K towel, Bingham, loutlni; cloth, shoes, hose anil aome reauy-mati- e ciominu' ann nuo some. inc longer you livo the more slrfed apples, soap and pop corn. 'cruel the tragedies of this life seem get. At one home in Paris there Mwdnmea J. U. Dean nnd Wm. On-,t- o jstott'a classes will send n box of .are two little children who were nirnle I homo-mad- e candy this week. motherless by the brutal act of u viTlio Mt. Hebron church and Sun cious negro. In another home, just school will flnish their gifts toj day two blocks from the one mentioned the Kentucky Ilnptist Children's above, there are five little orphan Home this week. children made so by the insane act There will be a stockholders Mimes Kmmn Holtzclaw ami Myr of the Garrard Tobacco Ware of their father, who killed their guests of house Company at its olTices on mother and himself. And ten days tle Doolin, were week-en- d Mrs. Jonathan Ilankin ut llubblo and Campbell street, Friday, December ago there died in the latter home, from broken heart, tho mother of the were in Danville Saturday. L"Jnd., 102L', at 2:30 o'clock. man who committed the deed. Paris L. 0. Davidson, Soc'y-TreaHorn to Mr. and Mr. Taylor Lanu Democrat. on the I'.'th. twin boys; one died and interment took place in ML Hebron cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Notice Notice Itev. I, V. Manley delivered three There will be held a meeting of There will be) a meeting of the interesting sermons at this place this stockholder of the Gurranl Dank the Stockholders of the Citizen Naweek. At the business meeting the and Trust Company at Its office, on tional Dank of Lancaster, Ky., for the same officers were elected for the Tuesday, January Oth., 1023, for the purposo of electing directors to serve new year. purpose of electing officers for the tho ensuing year. The election will be held at office The S. S. sent a box of sheet, ensuing year. The meeting will be of said bank on Tuesday, January 0, towels and pillow caaea In July. The held from 1 P. M. to 4 P. M. church sent 204 half gallon Jan of J. W. lmore, Cashier. 1023 from 10 to 2 o'clock. canned frulL The S. S. has recent- 0 U G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. afternoon and a short program will bo given. Mrs. Thof. Hfcka nnd daughter, Hnicl Uuth. were the uuesta of Mrs. H. n. Montironu-rfrom Saturday until Sunday. Result of Tragedies "Call up the local Farm Bureau ofThere you will find a trained farm expert. Your call for help Is n command to him. As soon as he can get away, he will climb into the Farm Bureau car and come to see you. He will go over the wholo situation right on your farm. He Is trained to help you solve your particular problem. He is put there by your agricultural college and the U. S. Department of Agriculture to render expert advice to you. His work is financed and made possible thru the County Farm Hurcau. "That' service You want to support an institution like that, don't you I "Do the pigs have a couch? Is the alfalfa turning yellow? Aren't the calve doing well? Is the corn firing? Does a cow have bloat? No market for your molasses? Arc the Income tax blank worrying you? Want to shipping assostart a ciation? Have the tobacco buyer been around? What'll wo do with' our cherries this year? Want to buy some more cows? Is rock phosphate aa good as mixed fertilizer? Are we going to pool our tomatoes this year? What about that twine? Who is the speaker at the picnic? "It doesn't much matter, what you wnnL Tho Farm Durcau can tell you. And the Farm Ilurenu can do it for you in an organized way. "The Farm Bureau will not sell you a membership on promises. It will sell you on accomplishment. 'Although it ha only started, tho Farm Bureau is already the biggest farm organization under the sun. And the Farm Bureau i equipped to render you the utmost service: to do cvcrythfng that organized agriculture can do for you. Your little annual membership fee buys for you all the benefit! of a busincMlike organiza tion an American Farm Bureau spending a thousand dollars a day to get big things for you; a State Farm Itu reau spending a sizable income to serve you; a County Farm Bureau expending a budget which only the pooled membership of hundred of farmers like you makes possible. "Ha this ever occurred to you? The Farm Bureau is built on the soundest model of the ages the United States of America, with county, state and national units, and representative government It is built from the ground up and founded on a rock the country unit where the major portion of the money is spent and where individual service can best be rendered. Then there is the State Farm Bureau to function for you In affairs of state-wid- e Import, and the national Farm Bureaa to represent yo uin the national council and to initiate nation-wid- e movemets for the benefit of all farmers. "Tho Form Bureau triangle county, state and national is one, when it coms to serving you. More than that, they 'unction as one with various commodity organizations in point of service to yov "Tho Farm Bureau is like a church, too. You Join it not alone to get to Heaven, but because by working in the church you can help other folks. You owe something to your fellows, don't you? It is good to help other folks get along. "The spirit of unselfish service is the foundation stone on which the Farm Bureau I built. The Golden Itule is its ideal. If you have not yet found the exact spot in which you can .render greatest service to your fel- you have not yet found j your place In the world. Join the harm Bureau and find your Job. Help others by helping yourself. "See that little car pounding down the road to get a farmer out of a hole? That' helping. "That's the Farm Bureau." 1 1 " JUDSON Stockholders Meeting s, (U-30-3- (12-14-3- (Delayed) Miss Nannie Barker is on the sick list. Little Miss Mary Elliott Onstott is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Klza Barker were in Lancaster Saturday afteroon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Humphrey were in Lancaster Wednesday. Mr. Clayton Hay was the pleasant guest Sunday of Miss Mattio Mao Crank. Misses Mattio Mae and Maudo Crank spent Wednesday afternoon with Miss Nannie Barker. Mrs. Louis Lemay was the guest Sunday of her brother, Mr. Klza Barker and Mr. Barker. Mrs. Dennis Sherrow and children were the guest Wednesday of her sister, Mrs. Everett Barker. Mrs. Kobert Tudor and children, Stella Mae and Lout are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Estes. Th Central Racord, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday. Dac 21 . 1922 NOTHING is sweeter CAN THIS BE LOVE? ly MARY HITSttMCK than our SWEETS NOTHING Is better than our BEST Remember this when your sweet tooth begins to itself. ns-se- rt Select line of confectionery and nuts for the holiday trade. CANDIED FRUITS FOR. YOUR FRUIT CAKE. ( kr MsCtar If 4U.) "The can were awfaHy lata, mi! I bad no way of telling Uia ttae. It I tad wrist watch Ilk Jostee " Sally's Interest In tin argument for the defease did not Interfere with her rapid movement, a sbe hurried about In nervosa fashion, aettln th belated supper on the table. "If you had flfty watches you'd nev er be on timer Jlnt took out his own, and frowned Impatiently. "It Isn't getting any earlier, either'' "Well, alt there like Dsnlelcome-to- Judgment, long enough, and It will be early again I" Sally flung the flippant retort, drew up a chair, and poured a cup of tea, then sat down. "I don't want any," an Jim handed her a generous portion of the salad. "Sulky, eh) Well, suit yourself." Rally watched In alletlce while her husband ate. "doodnes. how you can eatl If I went to half a doten theaters In one afternoon I'd be tilled up ou N.Hr Qfo HOOVER IT BEATS.... AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS GURREY & 6ULLEY "You did go, thenr Sally had ex ported a swift denial. "Is this tha end of this frugal meair Jim wiped his mouth, after finishing in connection with the tree. MAKKSBURY the third helping of prrsonreit peache. Mr. ami Mrs. Jaa. Turner and Miss I ilon t blame you for filling up at Mr. Center ha purchased e new Delia Mae Turner were called to your friends' borarsl Wonder If they Lexington Saturday on account of all serve theso Hoover aupperst" Ford louring car. 'You ran le horrid when you really the sudden death of Mr. Turner" You can't do betttr than see the try!" Sally rose to clear the table. Jim brother. Mr. Gilbert Turner. Co.GttaMan. selected a cigar, lilt off the end, and Rev. L. N. Thompson led the Bible fished In hlx pocket for a match. Mr. Joihua Sutton hat had a reading this week with 2S5 chapters. "Arm t you going to ask me about severe case of tonsilltls. having read the Bible thru since the sfyows i" Mis Susan K. Sutton has been Nov. Cth. Mis Sallie Lou Naylor "I ilon t want to hear about them," lufTcrlnR with bolls on her arm. led the younger set with 117 chap- Salty was fighting back the tears by Mr. Herbert Naylor has recovered ters; twelve more than the previous now. "I asked you tma morning to from several days illncM. lie was week. What has become of Homer? tnke me aoiuewher tonight, anil you said we rouliln't afford to throw away threatened with pneumonia. Just at the close of Sunday's cr money on 'punk stuff.'" The ladies of the church sent a vices. Rev. Thorn nson united in mar 'I meant It, tno Just because It crate of chickens to the orphan home riage Mr. Cronley Hurt and Miss happen to In our wedding annlver at Glendalc as an Xmas present. Maggie Grimes. The contracting nary Isn't nny reason" Hut Sally wait crying now. Jim got Miss Alice Sutton begins the fes- party was from the Qryantsville sec tivities with an Xmas tree for the tion. Congratulations from a num up from Ills clinlr and came around to benefit of her school Friday after-noo- ber of the congregation were extend where she sat, head on the table, crying as he had never seen her cry. A nice program will be given cd to the happy couple. "Herp, here, quit that, Sally! Won't you plettie atop?" She knew he wna standing over her frowning, and chewing the end of his rlgnr Into a sticky pulp, but sho did not stop. '.N'lco pleasant evening we're likely to have! You'll look a sight I All the powder In the drug store won't take you you buy & tho shine off your nose I don't euro what I look like I" It Well. I dot Think I want folk wondering what special aort of brute Make I am?" Then, aa Sally rose, and still crying, started to clear tho table: "lAavo those things where they are: iic'ib got Just time enough to dre."' What) Wherer Sally's Drens fountain of grief ceased to How. Miss Sm Sktfty Maseo, Stcly-TitiJ. L Retksos, Prrsifcat. "We're going for u walkP n. They weren't all regular theaters," Jim's look was aa cool as his toon. .Soino of them were motle houses. Olve tno some of that fodder." Only Two More Days to Purchase a HOOVER IF YOU FOR CHISTMAS GIFT WANT - A THAT IS USEFULWE HAVE IT. Cedar ChestsFloor Lamps Graphanolas End Tables Telephone Stands Book Cases Mirrors Smoking Stands Child's Rockers Art Glass Lamps Boudoir Lamps Ladies' Desks We Also Deal in Second-Han- d The New3fcCar. est Rahv Furniture MONEY to LOAN can borrow want to home If the money and pay back on the installment plan. application to the Secretary now U.F.HOLTZCLAW Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n s. "I'm not!" POOR RIDGE Mr Elgin Ray has been ill. Miss Agnes Simpson spent Wednes day with Miss Olivia Preston. Mir. Barrier Enst visited her mother, Mrs. R. H. Preston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burdett and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mctcalf Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lota Kaney, of Lancaster, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clco Ray. Mines Ora Praythcr and Grace Hall spent Saturday night and Sun-la- y with Lancaster friends. Mr. and Mrs. Everett East and children, have returned to Louisville, after a visit with relatives here. Mill Bessie Mae Ray spent from Saturday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray at Gunn's Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Sparks and baby sj)ent a few doys with Mr. James Sparks and family last week. Surest thing I H'sppotus I was run Mr. and Mrs. Powell Fowler and ning arouml In the heat for the fun of deughter, Sarah Katherine, of Lex wearing out my shoes" Hut, jou said" ington, is visiting her parents, Mr. Wu'rv going U) the theater. That and Mrs. Caleb Johnson. Is If you ever come to enough to get There will be a Xmas tree and en ready! Its tlio Iet show Its town. tertainment at the Pleasant Hill Sully. We cull Jut make It It you School House at 10:30 o'clock in the hustle" "Hut If we've got to walk" morning and at Scott's Fork at 2 "Well, If you Insist, I'll try to carry o'clock in the afternoon, Friday, Dec. d Everybody is cordially in you to tho car liner Jim a 22nd. grin took the bite from the vited. growl. "Toddle along, now, or come aa jou are" "(i!ve mo twenty minute!" Sully was ulrenily running up the sin Irs. At tho lauding sliu paused. Jim bad called to her. 'Did you say something" lloated up: "Don't forget to Hiwder your nose, Sally. It looks aa no none ought to look In thes da)i of prohibition." Five, ten, fifteen minute msed Jim, alwnya impatient of delays, till geted at the foot of the stairs. "Klvo minuted more, Sally " lie heard her light feet cross tlit room to tho drenalng table, heard the rattle of china us sho took the top oft her powdi'r box, heart! her cry of sur- prise, then he bounded up the stairs. lie was Maiming in the doorwaj when she turned the flush on her cheeks deeper than the slight tint still vlslblo on her1 nose. In one baud ht held the Hwder puff, and In the other, still wrapped Its the soft tissue papel wlUi which he had thoughtfully pro tected It from the groin of powder, was the double of Joslea wrist watch. 'Jim!" Kally knew bow to say many things with u single word. Illik-volc- "Oh, yes you are. And you're going to Menr that organdie dress I like so much." "I won't tires ui Just for a walk. Who' going to seel" "They turn on tho lights between tho acta; and must folks dolt up for tho theater, don't they" "The theater?' Sully stared stupld Seven-Passeng- er Touring REO, $1485 Oh the Reo "6" Chassis, with a Full Measure of Comfort, ftuggedness, Economy-am- i Good Looks PRICES SMASHED Entire Stock Must be Sold by JANUARY 1st. Cardy, Per Pound, lOcts. Putraan Dye, 10ct. 2 Quart Uucket, lOc; Dest VlncKiir, gallon 20c Best Tea, Per Pound 25c, Mery War Lye, 10c Black Pepper, lb. 15c; Sage, Per Pound, 15c. $5.00 Sweater $3.50 $2.00 Boston Bags $1.00 $10.00 Trunks, $5.00 1.00 Men's Caps GOcts. Two Spools Silk Thread 5ct. r MR. MERCHANT, WHERE ARE YOU? . ASSURANCE of power to spare is the wonderful Reo "6" motor, with large ports and crankshaft making 50 horse power available for the quick spurt, the long grind or the hard pull. I The cleanest front compartment in motordom carries the distinctive Reo dual control just two foot pedals and the gear shift lever. leather covers scats designed to Genuine hand-buffe- d provide restful comfort. Under all is the rugged double-framechassis, with Its inner-fram- e mounting of power units to foil the d J - ravages of road shocks. Coy S. Sanders LANCASTER, KY. me " Hut whutevrr had been In her mind remained unsaid, for Jlut turned and started toward the stairs, calling back over Ills shoulder: 'There's th carl I heard the whl tie ! We've got to run fur It now, and serves you light If we wis It, after all! Twenty mlnutea to drew' Huh I Why don't you say you seeded ceu pie ef hourar' "Itlght here I" "It'a lovely I And to think you ll shrink-proo- f Metal framed side curtains and weather proof assure practically closed-ca- r comfort. $1485 F. O. B. Landing, plus Federal Tax. sag-proo- f, KINNAIRD BROS., LANCASTER, REO MOTOR CAR KiY. COMPANY, Lansing, Michigan r Tn Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dec 2J. 922 1 till lit" Afl IMP Vft DAIRY COW IS LARGE FACTOR IN OKLAHOMA Twt-YMtr-O- M t Alfalfa StNre Prevt Satrtfaeltry. MNt Addition Is Full Feeding of Corn la Nat Favor A. In tt Feedlrtf Linseed Meal and Clever or Becom-mende- Home and Furnishings AT Cream Stations, Creameries and Plants Tell Story. On Account of Cattle Tick Sued Da. d Kiperlmcnlal work by llio sity of MIotirl College of linn shown- - UniverAgrlcul-tur- Tlint highly satisfactory liecf rnn Im produced from flww by feeding the corn n silage, together nllli llneed meal and clover or nl fulfil linjr, InMend of hill feeding on tllelled or far corn. That tho rlrt of feed nnl tin on heavily fat caKle during tlm Ave jrar lia nut warranted full feeding over Innit itIoi1, when utile, which nr two yearn or more- ot age an used. That ono acre, yielding 40 bushel of rum. or elzht (on of sllnge. If fed a line, together with 1,7X1 iioiind oil meal nml LM" wiinn of pre-itilu- lnt PIM i lind i Having decided to change my residence, I will offer at public auction my present home on Lexington street and Maple avenue am H" vtlopmtnt Was Formtrly Impot-tibl- e Eradicated From 43,255 Squart Milts. Pttt (Frttrt! A br lh I'allril (( D,prtml recent limp of Okliihomn Indl rating by iimrks of various shapes the locution of cream stations, Ice cream patnurltlng factories, crenmorle. plant, mid combination plants, shows the thi.ry cow now a n big factor In tho pro'perlty of the state. Formerly, on account of the cattle tick, such u development of dairying was lmiol-hie- , hut the nntUIck nctlvltle of the stntf nnd the Inlted State. Depart- - FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd r aA L. r V km aSr aw ssL aaW v Vea Hertford Helftr. of alfalfa hay. would prepare fur mar-Ve- t 23 trer. or wouhl produce under MA the forrpdng circumstance ound of href ami II .A MmniN of imrk, h cowparrd with U.hi steer prepare! for market hy an nrrv of corn, feil a ihellcd corn (full feed! ami silage together with .TGS.2 poun.U of Unseed meal and SIM pound of alfalfa Imy, or which produced ISM.fl tound of beef and tlia pound of Head of a Purebred I 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 being 1G8 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, bathroom, 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. Thttt Cows Arc Healthy and Make Profitable Returns. That the rrk produced behind rat-ti- e eating a ration of corn silage, linseed tnral and bay It a negligible quantity, Ttiat It I pn.ilMe to change catt.e from com silage to dry feed, but thai the Increased cvt of grain frequently make It Inadt (table. pork. hay, produced a gnln of 2'; pound er day fur the tlrt l tin) of a feeding period, on ThaTa ratlou of com kllnge. ami cattU. That a ration of corn silage, alfalfa hay and llnveed meal with (he patt five yenni' prices, produced gain tn three-fourt-h at about of the cot per pound a the cot when full fed on ktiellrd or ear com. That It." ettenklve uc of ullage without ahelied or ear mm lnvolte the Invratment of lea capital lu feed, decreanei the com of gulnt and the necmaury margin, rviluced the hax-aof cattle feeding, ermlta of a largrr volume of limine and enable the average fanner to participate In It doe not produce the enterprUe. uch a high flnUh nor uch large two-thir- 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 due 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. 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; Six Dining Chairs, Two Host Chairs, One China Closet, Tea Wagon and Serving Table. 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 (irafonola, Fish Stand and Globe. FIBRE GOODS: Table, Fern Box, Magazine Rack; Two Chairs, Couch and Wardrobe Trunk. 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- F At the same time I will sell the handsome furnishings in this home consisting in part as XT R 2hT X SH NT ,G- - S ment of Agriculture for the punt six or Heveu yeur hnve resulted In the eradication of the pent from 4Z12X Mpiure mile, or nbout IK) per cent of the Infested territory. A a result of thce Mrlde In eradication the figure on dairy production tdiow I urge totulu, anil In 1021 milk and butter were Imiwrted product. During that year f.lKKVO." raunds of butter fut In the form of syur cream wus PJCod.Uledt selling for n little more than K(XX,000, nnd OXti.Ti.' pound of butter, valqed at $3,2W,000, More tljST 10,rtXMiO iKMind of sweet milk uai bought (or making Ice cream. Pasteurizing plants reported handling Hiund of milk. The figures are from report received from 1M cream eries, 44 Ice creum plunts, and 30 combination ptanta operating In Okla homn or Jut outxlcle It tiorders and buying from Oklahoma farmers. 33 FARMERS MUST AVOID WASTE Increasing Price of Land, Fet4 and bor Make It Advisable to Use All 4 La- i gain. MALE BIRDS INCREASE EGGS Selection of Cocktralt to B Uttd In Brttdlng Ptna It of Qrtau tt Importanco. The lino of in a If from heavy laying line upon good ttnniK hem that are fair layer will Incrcate priHluctlvlty In a flock tn u comparatlrely abort time. Heavy laylnir la an InlierKed chnrarterltlr, hut It It Inherited from the male line rather than from the female, line according to high author Ity. The aelectlou of the malea to be lined In tho breeding pena In, thereforej ,... . . .. oi liiu lirvnievt iuiriiniiv t0 nit? ii aulta n n to be obtained. . ir SAMUEL COTTON LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MANSE Mr. Ivan VanWinkle ia back school after n brief illness. in With the Increasing price of land feed, and the higher coat of labor. It It becoming necessary that the farmer eliminate, as far as possible, any waste. He mutt make use of alt the of hjj business much the some ai iTii manufacturer docs. Cora Is produced In practically every section of the country, primarily for the grain, nnd frequently the stover Is disregarded, i Properly cured stover I relished by live stock, hut that which Is left In the open during disagreeable weather Is fur from being putatahle or nourishing. Stover protected from the time It Is cut In the field n valuable feed for young stock, Idle horses, and cattle that ore being carried over the win-,e- I 5. ejap ration. The best way to handle corn stovet Is by means of the shredder. This method makes It poMlhlo to get It tn the barn before the feeding qualities have been Injured by the weather Knough room should nlwaya bo reserved In the bam lo accommodate a good supply of stover. Hay may b safely stacked out, but It Is unsafe ta try to stack shredded stover. Cure must be taken to give the corn ample tlmo to cure beforo It Is shredded, for It may heat In the mow and become worthless through subsequent molding. , 1 FEEDING PULLETS Ovtrfst FOR EGGS RECOMMEND ACID PHOSPHATE Big Lota of Nitro-gt- n From Manure. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. HAMILTON Mkttrlal Actt Clucking at Prtttrvatlva In VALLEY After conducting a norluii of expert ta inentt, thn New York experiment of arid tloti la recommendlni; tho u phoaphate n a manure. preervntva Acid phoiphate not only check. th lot of nitrogen from the immure, hut materially Incrennea It fertlllier vab uo by aupplylug the plant food In which It la deficient. IMPROVING Mora SOIL IN Will HUMUS ImporKin. tant Vttabla Matttr dtr on Many Farm Turn All Rubblah. ouicbt Kvery effort that can be afforded to bo put forth to Improve tni toll for next' yara crope. More table matter In the M will be Important on many farau. Turn undei vrredt, atalkl tad rufeblth and othcj material to bapm your aoll ta h (Delayed) Mr. John Klnnalrd haa been pin, tcrinjr at Crab Orchard. Mr, Irn Well apent Thurtday and Friday with Mr. Marlon Welle. Itev Itaac filled his regular appointment at Level Green Sunday. Mr. and Mr. W. M. Creech vliited Motler SatMr. and Mm. Jenning urday night. Mr. and Mm. W, M. Creech were dinner KUctt of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davla, Jr., Sunday. Mr .and Mr. Homer Hyland and Mr. John Klnnalrd vUltcd Mr. and Mrs. Marrion Well Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Robinson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Crit Robinson Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. James Led ford has fcturned from a visit to relative In Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tudor and Miss Fuye Ward motored to Lexington to hear Mary Gordon. Mr. lien Dunn and Misses Jennie Hiirpin and Callio Itoid motored to Danville Inst Saturday. The Mnme school Rave a Tnckey party to the parents and friends of the school on last Friday night. Mr, OtU Gooch and Misses Maggie Miller and Flora Cotrell spent last Saturday and Sunday in Danville. is much imMrs. W. A. Ramsey proved after a serious illness, and is planning to spend the winter in tho a fool to ask questions that South. It takes Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Tudor and fam a wise man cannot answer. ily accompanied by Miss Lavcrne Chandler spent Saturday in Richmond. Major Holmes and son, James, who have been confined to their homo for some time are reported to be much improved. Mr. Jewell Wallace and a friend were seen hunting near Manse a few days ugo. We think they were look-Injr friends consolation and hopes of her recovery. Wo will all be glad to welcome her back home. Mr. C. H. Ledford has a new boss Fowl Is Not Satisfactory Layer and Will Eventually Become a Drone. the form of a little lady by the name of Jennie Slavin Ledford, tho namesake of Mrs. Jennie Slavin, of In Kichmod. for quull. Mr. Walter Dyche, who has been very ill and liuvlnir undergone an operation, is very much Improved. He is at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Tom Little. Saufley Messrs. Harry Frances, Hughes and J. C. Tudor were bird hunting Wednesday and brought in almost as many birds as the law would allow. News from Mrs. A. T. Bowling, who ia in Aihevllle, N. C, gives has Association The Parcnt-leacher- 's had their regular monthly meeting at Mrs. Jack Hester's the first Saturmeetday in December for an ing which was very much enjoyed hy all present, especially the splendid dinner. The work done by the mothers was very satisfactory and the Manse teachers are very proud of their association The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Will Marshbanks and the two quilts now under way will be quilted and. other plans put on foot for the betterment of tha school and community. all-da- y In feeding n lot of pullets heavily for egg production, should any indi vidual become overfat and threaten to break down, It Is n good plan to take her out of thn general pen and feed her more lightly. In fact, It may be a good warning that you are feeding all of them too heavily and should slow up a little. Ilemember that an overfat pullet makes no better a layer than an overfat hen. She will become "a drone In her class. TO REDUCE o FERTILIZER BILL Much Money Can Be 8avd on Farms Where Live Stock la Kept by Caring for Manure. Oik farms where there are live) stock and most farms should hare live stock It Is possible to eliminate) much of the fertilizer bill, for the immure from the animals. If take rare of, Is rich 1st these) eleataUa which make plants grow and predttesi food fop mui and betuj t. Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 21, 1922 ft STOP! CONN I I LISTEN AND COME BROS. TO 1 HARDWARE STORE THE WEEK OF I fsSnrlHRSV fir IE It is a message that has been handed down from the days of the babe in the manger n message that is old ,yct always is now one which is precious beyond price, yet which has no price attached. be merry. Your sorrows arc of yesterday. 18th. to 23rd. and see THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE We will have with us for this week a man from the Majestic Factory. If you want a range come In and let him tell you all about this Range with a reputation. Is there a stranger within our midst ono who has been Have you a little kiddie in with us but a nhort time, and your homo 7 is without close friends, and Think of the fime when you possibly with but a limited ac were of the snme age of how quaintance? you looked forward to opening Christmas may not be quito the stocking on Christmns so merry ror him, or ncr unmorning, and to counting the less we make it so. things that Santa left for you The stranger within onr during the silent hours of the gates should not be a stranger, hat, drink and our leaving will be without re gard to our wishes or desires. Life is too short to be spent in squabbles and misunderstandings. Thero is n better way. May health, happiness and prosperity attend you 1 I Car Repairs are Necessary High Prices are CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE 3 H1F1 D.D We frankly confess that our Christmas Thoughts LANCASTER, KY. Watkly. Year. own thoughts are much along $1.58 a luiixl fesWhen you eat Christmas din the same line, for on that Payable in Advanes. ner the thought may come to tive day we make it a rule to J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. you that this h a fairly good forget the cares of the present H. L. ELKIN. Local Editor ond Mgr. thousands of dollar in higher rail- of such roa.ls during the period excountry in which to live and the sorrows of the past. road rate." He gave one Incident tending from the fifteenth day of country for which no apologies Entered at the Post Office in LanIf there is one day in the year to back up his statement, of trucks December to the fifteenth day of Mail s caster. Ky., as on which we should be joyful good will to vou are required. Peace and sent to to haul a load from April following, a permit so to do Matter. we nave mucn tor wntcn to that point to Hnrrodsburg. The must be granted by the County Judge that day is Christmas. And always ! be thankful on the great day trucks were either 3H or 5 ton, he of the county In which is located the since joys and sorrows do not THF. AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION said, and that the County Judgo and road over which such load Is proposmake the best of companions Is there someone hereabouts which all Christian nations Hoad Engineer refuted to let thrm ed to be hauled, and mlch permit we cast the sorrows aside. with whom you are not on the leave Ijincastrr loaded. The price must specify the lond to be hauled Utcasicr, Kj., Dtceakcr 21. 1922 We have law and order to a for the truck hauling in this rase, he and the point rom best of terms? which and to Has some little incident es reasonable extent, and are said, was $2,00 a hogshead, while by which It may Us carried, but where A right merry Christmas to Greetings of the Yuletidc rail It will be 374 crnts a hundred I the load is to be hauled over roads without serious internal you and yours ! tranged you? season! pounds or f 1.50 a hogshead. A lying in more than one county, it What is your program for Christmas will be a good day simitar ratio exists in other parts of shall 1m necessary to secure a perYou arc probably more in- Christmas day? on which to forget the incident r We have freedom of speech the state. mit orfm the County Judge, or nearNo matter what other things and remember the friend and and press, and the right to terested in the coming est magistrate of each county thru Load Llmll worship God according to our The load limit law which was pa- - which the load is to be moved. dinner than you are in see you may have in view, do not neighbor. Third Any person, firm, associaing things "as the editor sees forget that the minister has a We do not come into this individual lights. ed by the last legislature and which We have prosperity far in went into ctTcct on December tilth.. tion or corporation violating; any of message for you. them."' world on our own volition, and the provision of this act shall be excess of that enjoyed by any i. m follows: deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and First It shall b unlawful for any other portion of the world. upon conviction, shall be fined In any We have a population of person. Arm association or corpora- sum net Jew than Twenty-flvdoltion to haul over any turnpike, ma strong, healthy and highly in- cadam, gravel or other hard surfaced lar I $25.00 and not more than Two telligent people, with n grow- road, at any time between the Kith llundro.1 dollars ($S00), and. In ading generation that will prove day of December and the first day of dition thereto, any person, firm, association or corporation worthy sons and daughters of April following, on any vehicle with of the provisions of this violating any act shall be steel tires of le than three inches their parents. responsible In the civil courts for any in width, any load, the combined We have an educational sys weight of which load, vehicle and damage done to any of the public tem that is not surpassed any driver shall be more than ft, 000 roads of the State or the county. FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK W WILL GIVE TWO GOLD It shall where on earth, a system that pounds; or any vehicle with steel Attorney beofthe duty of the County the county in FISH AND A GLOBE WITH EACH C ASH PURCHASE OF $ 1 .00 produces men and women who tires of three Inches and less than such damage occurs to institute which mjoh four inches in width any load, the have been taught to think and vehicle and driver shall be mure actions as may be necenry to rccov- than act for themselves. 0,500 pounds; or on any any vehicle er any damage so occasioned. We have all of the modern with steel tires of four inches and Meet tht Co.Gflla.Man. inventions and appliances with leu than five inches In width any LUNGARDIA which to make life easier, and load, the combined weight of which preparation in stands high above all quickly removing load, vehicle nnd driver shall be brighter, and more attractive. more and Colds. than S.H00 pounds; or on any Coughs and Colds are n menace twOur wheels of progress are vehicle with steel tires five Inches or Coughs AS THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR SANTA CLAUS in e I.UN0S." Take no chance with many, and they grind steadily, over nnv Inail. thf rnmMni.fl a syrup of merely pleasing taste, but HAS LEFT HIS PACK WITH US, IT WILL ENABLE KDIA. recommended and and surely, and to a definite of which load, vhicle and driver! Ulc ' b Nurses and Physicians, and shall U. morn than 7.000 r.n,m,l. r u,d purpose YOU TO SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM ' proclaimed the best. Uncnualed for 9 solid rubber or vrhicle difficult breathing, etc. could sane jg ... I AA. aanmsrwiaBM.Ia.l ft picWhat moreexpect, a when the Mlhhaa iviiijMJUMuruith ll... iva iflttil i,orc Hndrott.l.a,Un pCf UOlUC A NEW, CLEAN AND COMPLETE STOCK. l uur wut'T. miit OUT ask, or inchrg in width any load, the money back if any other preparation ' is in the three rest of the world e combined weight of which load, ve-- "PPoaches It for good results. "s and driver shall be more than throes of unrest, or racked KoTsALrMlY McROIlEKTS DRUG STORE. with misery, privation and de 6,500 pounds; or on any vehicle with The Central Record night. And do you remember how you slipped into the pantry, and climbed up onto n chair and hooked a piece of mother's cake, and possibly bit oiT a corner of her best pie and how she laughed instead of giving you a good scolding? It was Christmas, and she re membered the significance of the day. She could not put sorrow into little hearts on the day that only joy should reign. Heed the lessons learned from the good mother who has possibly journeyed on. Your own kiddie may want to hook a piece of cake, or set its teeth into your best pie. at least on Christmas day. When you want competent work at reasonable prices we will be glad to do it for you. WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF GOODYEAR and OXFORD TIRES. Anyone who has ever bought n TINE know these TIRES. KELLEY-SPRINGFIEL- D, May your joys of life be many, and full to overliowing. Remember the poor and needy. Give of your substance, that there may be none without sustenance on the day of days. Christ gave his all that we might be enriched by his sacri may! fice. The unfortunate be cheered by a slight sacrifice from us. For Sale by Spratt & Daugherty Second-Clas- c 1 1 Free-Gol- d Fish-Fre- e ! ji g g $ Gifts at This Member Store For EverjJ of The Family 9 2 $ 8 g 3 "Deep-seate- d ' neo-'on..a- ny I a ia s .. " X Mnnu-hid- spair? As you eat, give the brain which God gave you an opportunity to think. blessings As, you enjoy tlte of today, thank God that you are not of those who perished in the curse of yesterday. Thu Maker and the Giver of all things extends the protect- DOLLS REAL KID BABY DOLLS BISQUE DOLLS STOCKINET DOLLS MUSICAL DOLLS ED DOLLS RUBBER DOLLS DOLL TOILET SETS IMPORTED DRESS- - TENPINS DOLL DUGGIES DOLL HIGH CHAIR CARPET SWEEPERS DOLL DISHES DOLL TRUNKS SAND SET BOWLING ALLEY PROBLEM BOARD SEWING CARDS CIRCUS PUZZLE BOX Sk00.!" S VnkfR TOYS WHEEL BARROW Everything that Santa has for good children. Sof roly poly Jpci NS ing hand of Christian fellowship to us. Let us humbly and thankfully accept that which is proffered usjy Him who made us. VICTOR VICTROLA, $25 to $1,500 "Edison," The Phonograph With a Soul, $45.00 to, $3,000.00 With Each Machine Gois 10 per cent of Value in Records Free BARKER THROWS BROADSIDE AT LOAD LIMIT LAW Says Law Hits Growers Hand Charging thut the load limit law which went into elfcct last Friday, has the ear marks of a railroad law, wero madu by H. 51. Darker, director of warehouses of the Hurley TobacAssociation co (irowi'r peaking over phono to thu Courier Journal. .Mr. Darker said elimination Of trucking service for the from December 15th., to April 1st., will cost the farmers "thousands on IVORY, TOILET SETS, EVER-SHARPENS AND PENCILS, PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES, AND CUT FLOWERS. WHITTMAN'S CANDIES, P STORMES DRUG STORE. or rubber compounded tires of three Inches and less than four Inches in width any load, the combined weight of which load, vehicle and driver shall be more than 0,500 pounds; or on any vehicle with solid rubber compounded tires of four Inches an dlcss than five Inches in width any load, the combined weight of which load, vehicle and driver shall be more than 7,500 pounds; or on any vehicle with solid rubber or rubber compounded five Inches or over In width any load, thu combined weight of which load, vehlclu and driver shall be more than 10,000 pounds. Provided, however, on brick, concrete, rock aiphalt, or surface treat-e- d macadam, or any type of construction rated as high type by highway engineer, the weights as set out In thu above section mayibe increased fifty per cent (CO (during the abovu mentioned dates. .Nothing in this net shall or horse drawn used in the construction, reconstruction, repair or of ony public highway provided, however, that such hauling is done only over the rood under construction, repnir or maintenance. Second In case of emergency loads of greater weight than the limits herein provided may bo haul, ed on such roads between the ICth. day of December and the 15th. day of April following; but before any t loud in excemt of the. limits herein provided shall be hauled over any solid rubber main-tenanro (ll-O-Ht- .) firt becomes The optimist never loses hope. a pessimist. lie r"n,vftnnerrrTTi Your best girl Xhs best in chocolates. Shipments of Lowney's in various assortments come to us fresh end delicious, in the "just right to cat" condition our customers Chocolates like. Get a box before tha present shipment ii sold out. Treat with a package of ' Lowney's tonight, THE PURITAN Joe Giunchliillnnl. Prop 9 The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, Dec 21 1922 and daugh-to- r, Betsy Margaret, of Covington, re expected here thin week to spend the Yuletldc. Mrs. Hesslo McRobert .r i " YOU FIND AT of Mm. Tom Wilson, Mr. ami Howling Green are here for tha Christmas holidays, guests of Mr. and Mr. Joe Mount. Mr. Waller Allen and ion, Juicy, Sweet who Rob-Into- n, JOE'S a! (I Mil Good havo hern guests of Mr. J. K. has returned to their home Chattanooga, Tenn. In Candies. Fruits AND GAKES WltolUMIllw m W Christmas Specials A SALE THAT is a CHRISTMAS GIFT In ITS SELF M Mr. J. M. Staughton, of Coving-toIt visiting her mother, Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury. Dr. Staughton will nlso spend Christmas in Lancaster, Joining Mr?. Staughton later. n, Mutfill DAINTY, DELICATE, NUTRITIOUS, ENTICING SILKEN WEAR CAMISOLE OR BOUDOIR CAPS OFFER INEXPENSIVE BUT BEAUTIFUL GIFTS IN THINGS THAT EVERY WOMAN LOVES TO HAVE A NUMBER OF. JEWELRY GIFT OPPORTUNITIES OF THE MOST APPRECIABLE KIND ARE OFFERED IN THE SELECTIONS SPECIAL OF ENTIRELY ORIGINAL WE SHOW FOR XMAS. DE-SIG- Mm. A. II. Hire, of the Virginia apnrtments, will depart Tuesday for ! Lancaster, Ky., to spend Chrbtm.-with her mother. Knroute she will stoji at Covington, to be the guest of 'her sister, Mrs. J .M. Staughton, wife) of Dr. Staughton, of that place. Mr. ltlce will also spend Christmas in Lancaster, joining Mrs. ltlce later. ' I'arkcrsburg, W. V. ' Pleasing to the most fastiduous. The Like Never BeTore Exhibited in Lancaster Greenfield. Lowney's, Dolly Var-rie- n, Nunnelley and Mavis BOXED CANDIES ALSO IN BULK Received by Express Daily Quantities & i Quality of Florida & Cnlifornin Fruits & Nuts Miss I'orter Scott Hudson, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Hanks Hudson, 'and her aunt, Mrs. W. A .Farnau, of( y, LADIES DRESSES ONE LOT $25 to $35 DRESSES AT $18.75 ONE LOT $16.75 to $19.75 DRESSES AT .$10.95 ONE LOT TRICOTINE itnd SERGE DRESSES AT $7.50 ALL-WOO- L LADIES COATS I AND SUITS Only a (tw garment tag of thai lake atlran. wondtrful valurt. 1- -4 off HOSIERY WHEN IN DOUBT SELECT A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS. WE HAVE STYLES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE FROM THE SEAMLESS SILKS TO THE LACIEST NOVELTIES. MILLINERY SPECIAL VALUES YOUR CHOICE $1.00 to $5.00. $2.98 ?G.OO to $7.00 $.3.98 S7.50 to $12.50 $4.98 JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI. Prop. Lancaster, entertained most delight-fullone of the evening bridge) iclubi, on Tuesday, at her beautiful' ' Lexington Avenue home The tally I 'cards were timely with Christmas Dies Ben Supper decorations. A most delicious nnd( nf-- i Lick Lancaster lost a good colored citielaborate salad course was served The children of Hnrmon's '. U Tl. .. HiKlirpw . pcui u school are giving n pic supper at the zen -- when Ben Moran, son of George l lie liT lor gallicprizes were won by Miss Kllznbcth school house Saturday evening, Dec. Moran died Tuesday morning after Salter and Mr. Thomas N. I'rivctte. i!3rd. Beginning at seven o'clock. an Illness of cicht days of pneumonia, He has operated a barber shop in Those present were Miss Margaret Kverybody welcome. j Duncantown for several months. Cook, Miss Julia Itogers, of Athens, Ilurinl will be held today In the (ia., Mlsi Lillie Cecil Taylor, Miss T. Coming Soon Lancaster colored cemetery- Fox, Miss Joy Taylor. Miss Elizabeth Salter, Mr, Kdward Hamleft, Mr.. At Harmon's Lick School House, WHITE TWIST UUD TODACCO Chas. Cecil, III.. Mr. Henry Honakcr, Saturday night, Dec. 23rd., we plan Seed will to give a party. A good old fashion SKKD, $1.00 per ounce. Mr. McLary Mercer, Mr. Leslie !Comb. II., Mr Thomas N. Privotte, ed one you know with fun and food be given out at otTice at Tobacco Mr William llohon. .Mr. Davis llohon that's hearty, hvcrynody welcome. Warehouse see D. A. Thomas, bookand Mr. J. C. V. Heckham. Jr. Dan-- j The proceeds arc to go to the Chi- keeper. John T. Henry. ldren's Home at Lydcn. 'vlllc Messenger THE PURITAN Moran Pie - i ' Don't mitt this opportunity. The program eons'sted of Itesin's 'opera, "William Tell" and was de- -, 'Ilghtfully given by Mrs. Charlie! Thompson, with several elections plnyed on the victrola. About twen-- j members were present. Thisj Service our Bye Word. One Thursday the club will not hold a t mi.ftttni- - tml n Ynm. ...Ill Km. ' I given TM inuriuiay aiiernoon, necemoer 28th., with the following hostess; Mr. Boone Sanders, Mrs. D. C. SanMr, and Mr. Jim Judge Charles Hardin, who has ders, Mrs. Forest Stapp, Mr. W. A. Hamilton, Jr., moved Tuesday to one of the bunga- been folding cour here for three Trite, Mrs. C. A. Kobinion and Mrs., Louis tandram. There will be no! weeks, returned to is home in lows on Hatelden Heights. further invitations but all memberst Saturday. n Madge Isaacs and Mr. W. Mi are expected. Cook of Danville, were visitors Mr. Mnrr Swinebroad has arrived nr, I Owsley Sunday. uf Mrs. K. from Staunton, Va., rind will spend A new child, about to be bom, has A DrUf MtfttlaN t 0 CoesJajs u4 the yuletldc with his parents, Mr. and been named in advance. It is 1923. la. r...!.. . Im. TVm. W, Am lfti.rif Mm Ijvrrne Hicks, student of Mrs. G. It. Swinebroad. Transylvania University, is spending Successful tiic holidays with hrr parents. Miss Nellie N'olnnd. stuilent at ; . watch for .(State College, is at home with her The rvcent bszaar conducted by 1923 l th year to -- i Mr. and Mrs George ii mother, Mrs. Mae Hughes Noland, for the ladles, of the Christian church tha Co.Gvtta.Man. Ga., have been visiting their i Atlanta, the Christmas vucation. was a decided success from a finanMr. J. N. Denny has been a recent Mother, Mrs. Katherine Harris, on cial standpoint at least. About i Maple avenue. in Danville. visitor who attend Miss Cecil Hatson, 1200.00 was realixed from the sale. school In Staunton, Va., will spend Wc are hsked to thank those conMr. and Mrs Carlton Klkin were Mrs, Ada Klnnnird, Mr. and Mrs. the holiday vucation with her parents, tributors who donated so liberally to visitor in Danville recently. Lewis llerndon of Louisville, will Mr. and Mrs. It. II. llutson. the cause. spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Mlsa Marthn Ileitis, of Lexington, Hvgati Dullard, at Ilryantsville. Mrs. David Walker, Jr., of Ulnns- i with her mother, Mr. Ellen Ileitis. Good Show boro, S. C, hns been spending a few Mr. W. A. Knrnnu. who ha hi-, Mrs. Vir days with her Although the night was the worst Mlsi Kill hen. of nryantsvllle. the fcrue,t of hrr fUtcri Mn n,nkjl gil Kinnaird, before going to New seen here this 'all or winter, a very ins been a roecnt visitor In l.anca- - HuiUan, In Danville, has returned i York where she wi spend Christmas good crowd turned out last Saturday ter. home. with her parent. night to see the comedy drama d Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, Is Miss Kllzabcth Walker, student at by a Hrrea Company, under Mis West, of Washington City, K. L. the gurst of hrr mother, Mrs. the auspices of the Garrard County K. C. W. will spend Christmas with spent a few days here with her sister, Farm Hureau. Those who were Owsley. forWoods Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs llobert Kinnaird, before going tunate enough and brave enough to Mr. J. C Tutior, of Garrard coun- Walker. to Lexington, Va., where she will tackle the weather report n delightI I .I... .1 1...11I I.I. InBr ty, was in Itlchmund the past week " Mis Marilee Lear, teacher in the ful entertainment and wtdl worth the on buslne. Mrs. Harrington King West. small admission charged. Versailles High School, N uitii her Miss Julia Held has gone to Louis- parent. Mr. ond Mrs. V. A. Lear, on Mr. John (Ml Kinnnlrd and little Ray ville, ,where she will spend Christmas Lexington avenue. son, John Morrow, of Lexington, will with Mrs. I'ilcher. week to spend Christmas A marriage which came as a surMr. Cecil Hrown was at heme last arrive this with Ijineater relatives. Mr. Kin- prise of many frit nils was that of Mm) C A. Hoblnson ban returned Sunday from Lexington, where he is naird will also spend the holidays tramfk visit to her sister, Mrs. J. C. holding down a lucrative position here, Joining his wife and son later. Miss Alice Itay to Mr. John Uratton which took place Saturday afternoon with O'llrien A Co., tobacco buyers Hemphill, in Louisville. at Lancaster at the Methodist parof that city. Mr. Karl Swcpe, who is taking an sonage, Hev. X. S. Dean performing Messrs. George II. Kobinion and Mr. ond Mrs. Prank Judy, of 1'res- - agricultural course at the Kentucky the ceremony . Juck Hyatt have been recent visitors toniburg, Ky., have been visiting Mr. (University, was at home last Sunday, Miss Kay is the youngest daughin Danville on business. Judy' parents. Mr. ond Mrs. J. n. h Kuest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ter of Mr. ond Mrs. John A. Ray, of Bourne. They left last Monday.i l'en Swope. He was accompanied Garrard county. The bride is an exMr.fiimi Mr. Jesse Arnold, of are guests of Mrs. Arnold' motoring thrqugh to Florida, whereby h friend, Mr. It. W Danieli. of ceptionally fine young woman, who they will spend about six weeks. , Louisville. mother, Mrs. Kllen llettls. will make him a wife he will be J! proud of. Mr. Uratton Is the son of Mr. J. L Storiuri. Mrs. K. It. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Uratton, of Lin1 Hourlund, Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mrs. coln county, who is a nice, quiet and Mrs. J. K. Hoblnson, j W. M. Klllott. gentleman In every reBUY YOUR XMAS CANDIES AND Miss Joan Mount, Mrs. Dunlap Itlan-'to- modest young J. W. Klmore, Mrs. J. K. spect, Mr. After the ceremony they motored FROM C. K. ENGLE Elmore, Miss Martha Gill, Misses Kate de- -' and Lillian Kinnaird were visitors in to the groom' parents, where a SPECIAL llclous supper was served, the dinDanville recently. ing room belne beautifully decorated IScti. Chocolate Candy, Per Pound Miss Georgia Dunn has returned with bells and holly. 15cU. Mixed Candy, Per Pound Only the Immediate families and from Louisville where she went to 2 for 25ct. gtiBijDrpp Candy, Pound conduct the Installation service for Iter. N. S. Dean and family were 35cU. Dozen the newly elected officer of the present. SUPERIOR STORE WITH EXCELLENT Louisville Christian Kndeavor Union, Mr. and Mrs. Bratton will be at VALUES. tml to attend the dinner at Ucnedlct's home to their many friend at the given In honor of the Field J. II. Swope farm near Hubble after Secretary, Mr. Charles F. Kvans, of January 1st. May peace and hap Chattanooga. piness their steps attend. ex-cele- nt ; DON'T FORGET THAT FOOT WEAR is an acceptable and desirable Xmas jrift and we are offering you many values in SHOES, OXFORDS and STRAPS from $1.98 up. An interesting meeting of the Wo- Club was held Thursday after-- . . nnnn tit rrn n. tin f Avlniflnn . . t. u. a. r.. iiounann pre-- ; ijnrrnur. i sided and business of importance was, ' I llitirllllSPil. Thit minnti wnro rnnil by the secretary, Mrs. 0. A. Abbott. - 'man's 1 ; VISIT THE FRANCIS SHOP I DURING YOUR XMAS BUYING We have new SILK HOSE, all colors, from $1.25 WOOL HOSE and HANDKERCHIEFS at all prices. TOYS of all kinds. LADIES' HAND BAGS AND PURSES, SUITABLE FOR GIFTS. up. I The Price Store ty-'iv- e RELLA Tu&'rrulesls In A. FRANCIS j f Go sip About Orltiin. (tor-so- liar-rodsbu- rg Hob-inso- It IhcMIihi nil llmt about SO,(K) In liritit lirliiiln die amiuully from consumption Gives It GreM Value. A bonnllnz c!iol natter belns tikel by hi teorlnr "Uliat mnkr n 'ulUr bill vnliiiilde? rrpliwl. "I laving MM'nt nil Study In Which Jspsnes Led. The Japanese were the t)ri to mak ii scientific study nf enrtliquakoa. I I i Bazaar ' ' tin' ret of vmr nllmvMiieu." Norfolk lsl;nd :q :r)t Cash. Money I.h nlimnt ni' iMinn on Nor-about folk Island. In the I'liiSne Ixlnc all thut In handled tiy the entlrv imputation In the inurM of a year. 1 sister-in-law- Wealth frem Sfstt Dirt. SlmHt Cilna Cement. l ThoMSfliiiln of To .rv reetalmed glutkurv. make Uvn -- ..iiiMihi very lliii-f gum arnMe each yifir by Imh; .i Hiiinii who and stir is.i ii iI:irIit of purls until do nothing hut r.il e ir millions of In mery nook the mixture i of prH-- r connivency. tons of Mote, . ity of Um-iloAbout no . .:. wicli Is hImiiU tlie nud eomer of the proper q.in. ." t usiv Apply with 'Pin. copper, zltir unit and sotno-tlmquantia hriKh o i'm tirfcii topre slltir lire f'ltiuil In gether, tli' 'f oxtreina. ami leutn for ties. Occasionally tVns a few ilu. ,t will lie perl'ectljr value are found, due to tLe eureleaa Ann. Thl "itkr a white cement. oi ieopie. I nu-m- t:'i. kite'il n. es elje, ri' Ii.-- ni pro-ducc- "Annie Laurie" and !?"". m"- Bratton "Swanee 9 X Cov-Ingto- River" - . Will never grow tiresome Songs that stir us all, no matter how often we hear them. You can have the genuine pleasure of hearing such songs whenever you plonse on a COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA. Columbia Records bring the best in music from the world over to your own fireside. Let us show you our attractive Columbias and explain the easy terms that delivers one to your homo. I n, i FRUIT C. K. ENGLE McBoberts . Drag Store All-Sout- h I The Central Rucord. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dsc 21. 1922. Beasles ! Chriftmas ! Party By BOOTH TARKINGTON uuejnasiey ! ! s Jf. e j j I have given my auiwrlor the htgflt conception nf my Journalistic nl. At n telephone station ub the next corner I cnllrd up Air. Apperthwallu'a house nnd asked fur Mr. Dowden. "What are ytr.i doing!" I demanded, when Mm voice responded. "Playing bridge." U answered, "Are )nu going out anywhere )" "No. What'a the trouble!" "I'll ti'll you Inter. I may want te see you tnnlslit before I en trick to lie offlce." "All rlstit. Ill he at home all the 1 I hung up the receiver and made off on my t'rninil. urer a nmiun "Ladles and gentlemen, t will now ad. dret you upon the following subject Why W. Call ChrltUnas Tln.o Ihe Ileal Time. "Christmas U th best Umi because It la the kindest time. Nobody evtr ftlt very kind without feel lag at least a little course, either way about, the happiest time Is the kindest 1 m e that's this time. The moat beautiful thing our eyes ran see are the start; and for that rwion, and In remembrance of ur, we set One candles on the tree to be stars In the house. So we make Chrtatmas time a time of atari In, doon; and they 1 happy, bo, of aaJaassssssssVBBBS outdoors that Is. hootii Ilka tha cold of taukinuton other seasons, not o kind. Wo tt our hundred candle on the tree and keep them brlsht thruushoul the ChrUtmaa tlmt, for while they ehlne upon ua we hare light to tee thl life, not aa a battle, but as tha march of a mighty fellowship! Ladles and gentlemen, I thank you!" Its bowed to right and left as to an audience politely applauding, and with drew; while old tlob set his fld lle to hit chin and scraped ths preliminary measure of a quadrille. Ileatley was back In an Instant, thoutlna aa he carta: "Take your pardners! Iialance all!" Such was Darld ileaaley'a speech aid the beginning of the strangett ChrUtmaa party ever conceived by the brain ul man. Tou will hare to read It to understand the story. As a narrative. It Is fit lo ru along with the Immortal Chrtitmaa Carol of Charles Dickens, and llluitratet again the many sides to the genius of I tooth Tarktngton. Tkrklngton. born at tadlanapollt. and educated for the law, became a newspaper man. He deserted that field to enter politics and served for two years In tht Indiana legislature. The tsperlenre gate him the Idea for hla first book, a twlltlcnl novel, entitled "The Otntleman From Indiana." It was Instantly successful and launched Ita author on a brilliant career. H has since written novels baaed on business, social, historical, romantic and many other subjects. He It a matter of humor and character at well aa of plot and narrative. Some of his greattst hits have been stories showing tha humorous sides of childhood and he has won the youth. Twice since IMIIlier prlie fur the bent book of the year dealing; with Amerlcin lit and manntra. much-covet- shine warmly against tha cold 8YN0P8I3 PART I. Newcomer In a small town. young newspaper man, who tells the Starr, la amaied by ths unaccountable actions of a man who, from the window of a fine house, apparently has converse with Invisible personages, particularly mentioning one "Slmpledorla." The youth oea to his boarding house, the home of Ira. Appertbwalle. next door to tha scent of tha strange proceedings, bewildered. Neat morning he dltcovera PART hla strange neighbor Is the Hon. David Beaaley, prominent politician, and universally respected. Telling of hit last nlaTht's experience, he Is markedly Inter, ruptsd by a fellow toarder, a Mr. George Dowden. Later, with Miss Apperthwalte. he la aa unseen witness of a purely Imaginary Jumping contest between lleax. ley and a "11111 Hammtrtlty." Mlat Apperthwalte appears deeply concerned, there apparently being no pottlblt ex planatlon of the strange proceedings. PART IIL The reporter learnt that Beaaley end Ulss Apperthwalte had at one. time been engaged, and that the young lady had broken the engagement because of Utatley'a "lack of Imagination." PART IV. Ths "mysttry" of lmpledorla" and "11IU llammeraley" Is ex. plained by Mr. Iawdtn. Ileatley la car. Swift, ins for a small boy, Hamilton though iinlor, a helpless Invalid bodily more than ordinarily bright mentally, the son of dear friends who are dead, and "Mmpledorla" and "Hill Itammersley" are creatures of Ileasleys and the small toy's Imagination. Ileatley humoring tlie tlUlt sufferer by the "play acting." -S- It Down town ilit streets were crowd- . ed people. with the iKicknge-ladchciidlhg Mid shoulders to tlie which swept a blinding, I liltter wind, ri,.,.fiku anmv horlstontnlly ngnlnl .i,,..- vi ,wn,,r umi.L- - f niiiiiiI. moii n nlnw upon the che-- of the pe-! limit tlmt for n niomi'iit It would (lMit ninl you could hcur them vn in,j linifiiMitliercd "Alia" ilk bat'ur In ti heavy aurf. Yet there u uajriy In tills cairor gnle, the y . pressed anxiously, yet ' and down Iho street In their enertu se.irch for thing to give uwny It wn not llu rlrli who t'rvs-xUithrmih l In? fttorni tonlKht. ther m-rpoiiple who citrrlitl their own You miw them tollern iiutulleH luuiie. (.lid tuners tlrtil inothiT nnd fnlhera. voni with the grinding thrift of nil tin- i r, hut now for this onn iitcht the money. enrv'i of how hnnl-KnrrcrklerK of trrythlni; hut the Joy of clvlns It lo hrlng the clilldrrn Joy on ' ?o they bent I tho one irniit tomorrow, ! their heiuN to tht freezing wind, their I anna Imlcn with darllie lumdlet nnd I their henrln llpllfttil with the trehiul oui linpilncK of giving more than they could nffonl. .Meanwhile, ilr Simeon I'rck, honet num. hnd choen thl icnvm to work harm If he inlcht to Ihe gentlent of IU fellow-ini'lI found .Mr. 1't'ck waiting for me nt hl houte. Tltere were four other men with him, one of whom I recog' lilted oa (irlst. it .vjunt young mini hlack luilr nnd with They were a Inmhritiuln donning their cotit nnd halt In the linll when I nrrhitl. "From the Denpntch, hay?" Hr. Peck gave me greeting, n he wound a knit comforter about Ida neck. "Thnt'a good. We'd moat give you up. ThN here's Mr. (JrUt, and 3Ir. Henry Ctillop, nnd Mr. ViU Schulmeyer thre' men that ttf the same way Ken 'ley that I do. That nliout oilier young feller," he waved a mlt- teneil hnnd to tln fourth man "lies from the Journal. Likely you're nt ojinlnted." Tlie young man from the Journal wn unknown to me; moreover, I waa far from overjoyed at hla presence In the groui. I've got you newpaer men hens eoiitlnutMi Mr. Peck, "hecniw I m giilll' to Miow you aoinep'u' aliout Date Ilensley that'll orx-- a good ninny folk'a eyes when It's In print." I aaked. rather Well, what Is aharply. "Jet hold your horei a little hit," he returned. "Orltt nnd me knowa. and so do Mr. Cullop and Mr. And I'm goln to take theiu and you two reporters to look at It. All ready? Then come on." He threw open the door, stoop!: to the giixt that took him by thv thrytit, and led the woy out Into the a Uu-ti- Bwialey'a) my yra were i full of amartlnB tmra I coHld apt) only blurml plane of UrJit dancing; vaguely In tho tlrkii(M, (natattd of lirlglitlj llghtetl wludowa." "Now," anld I'ec. rtaetm and turning hla hack to tha wind; "the rest of you gentlemen wait out here. Ynti two Dewapaiier men. you come with mo." He ojH'ned thr pttea and went In. the Jnu.n.tl reporter and I follow d Inr nil three of tia wtplnit our eyeM, When we reached the Midler of tho front porch. I took (he key from my pocket and opened the door; "I live here," 1 explained to Mr. Peck. ".Ml rlfht." he nld. "Jeat atep In nnd tell Ccorse IMwden that Slut half-hllnde- jtmctiH fmn tha nrtfi, net r)" ti., Imp-pll- l i. e mtu-tach- Hcck Turned to tht "CentUmen" Other "Whin W Clt to Mr. Jutt Stop Outside Along the Fane a Minute." lae n Itr .Schol-meye- r. I'eck'a out here and wants to see htm at the door u minute. lie quick." went Into the library, and there aat Dowden coutemplnthely playing bridge with two of the elderly ladle and Mlsx Apperthwalte. Tlie null" took my breath nwny. In honor of the Chrlstmaa eve (I ' aupjioted) the wore en erenlng dress of black lace, and the only word for what she looked hn suffered mich inltuse that one heltateg over It: yet that la what she was regal and no lets I There was n sort of splendor nhout her. It detracted nothtnt; from thla that her expression was a little sad: something not uncommon with her lately; a certain melancholy, fnlnt but detectable, like breath on a mirror. I had attributed It to Jenrt though perhiita tonight It might hare been dee merely to bridge. 1 Yal-Jea- "What is hall. atonn. What la he up to)" I gnped to the Journal man as we followed In a alrnggllng line. I don't know any tnotv than you do," he returned. "He thinks he a got something thnt'll queer lleniley. I'eck'a nil old fool, but It's Juat pos sible he'a got htlil of noinethlng. Near ly everybody lias one thing, at least, that they don't wnnt found out. It nay be a good Mlory. Lord, what a night !" I pushed ahead to the lender's aide. "See here. Mr. Peck" I began, liut he cut me off. You llalen to me, young mull! I'm glvln you some new foe your impcr, und I'm glllln' at It my own wny, hut I'll git nt It, don't yon worry' goln' to let gome folks around here know what kind of a feller Dave and I m reully la; yt Ileasley goln' to show (Jeorge IHwden he can't laugh at met" "You're going to show Mr. Dowden 7" "You menn youre going to I mill. take him nlong with ua on thla exi dlthm, tool" Tnktt lilm!" Mr. Peck emitted tm utrhl bark of laughter. "I guewt lies nt Itentley's, all right." No. he Isn't; tie's at home nt Mrs. playing mriK" Apperthwnlle'it What !" I Implicit to know that he'll he then- - nil etenlng." Mr. i'eck smote h! palma together. (Irlst !" lie rolled, over Ida shoulder. struggled fonvitnl. mid his colleague "Listen to llda: even Dowilin nln't Hi IWasley'a. Ain't the lird workln' fer ua tonight V "Why don't you take Dowden with you." I urgeil, "If there's anything you want to hlinw hluir "Hy (leorge, I will!" shouted peck. Tve got him where the hair's short now I" "That's right." aald (IrUt. Peck turned to tha "Oentlemen" others- - "when wu git to Mrs. Appcrih-wlie's, Jest atop outside along the feiic a minute. I reckon we'll pic-I- t up nnrnilt." 8hlvfriug. we took up our wuy again In single tile, stumbling through drifts that had deeened Incredibly The wlntl wa within the hour. straight ncnliikt us, hnd so stliigluicly harp and so ladun with the drlvluii snow tlmt when w reached Mr. Ap-(wtilctt w sb-jssrthwalte'a n after an npology for dlatuthlng the game, I bad drawn him out la the townnl the front door. He thlnka he'j pit "Simeon I'ecfe. something on Mr. lleasley. He's watt-la- g to see yon." Dowden uttered a sharp, ha If exclamation anil scped quickly to the door. "Peck I" he said, km he Jerked It oK-l"Oh, I'm herel" declanxl thut stepping Into view. "I've come nrotiiid to let you know that yint couldn't hrnglt like a horso at me Ho- - you tut more, (leurge Dowden! weren't Invited, either." "Invited!" sahl Dowden. "vltcil where t" 'Over to the ball your frivad la glvln'." I motioned Itr naked Dowden. when, -- PART V. The reporter becomes ac. jualntrd with David Ileatley and It to hla home, where he meets Ilamll. of ton Hwlft. Junior, and his which Ileatley and Ororge Dow len have made very real to the child. cl-c- le "Due Ilensley. So you ulrVt quite good enough to ilniuM with Ida high-societ- y "Vhat frlemir PART VI. Reality a a atrenir candidate, for his larty's gubernatorial noml. being one tlmeun nation, tils chief enemy mean.thlnkleg InPeck, a small.souled. reporter Is sent by hit city dividual. Ths editor to see Peck, who declares he Has something, on" Heasler. Peck and a numberof his cronlet. with two reporter, et out for Ileaeleys house, whi h I'ecu declarea Is the center of Chrlitmat Ileatlty has not deigned to which whom, to Invlla hla patty's vorkers. to his po. In however, he looka for support his coming Attured of Ultra! aspirations. ; n- trlUBipn, reca inn s cltett personal and polltlctl ... a inin f ha nartv. tauntlnf mm with tria fact of his not being coniMered by food tnoush aocUlly to be entertainedthey Reasley. Watching from the outttde. colored servitor Uob. and his 7t"....TT .mrentlv alona In a brightly Illuminated room, with a magnlltrcntly ChrUtmaa tree, guetta en. derated a large numUr otsetmlngly Mitt l.rtalnlng Jolne.1 ADPerthwilte I at mvttintd.Peck'a panr, they await dawlopmtnta. They hear tJavId Heaaley "- a ecu, re", iDowden lira) make a speech, hla only auditor Ulna Old llob. though he tsllt addreeaftig Urge gathering. Pol. uVtaxTlhaapeech. Ileatlty. by .himself. amaiing dancea a "quadrille." jeitn complementnaei-I- t of to deUlL and a full Peck Is jubilant In. nvlaftU rartnera. ttstlag that Btatlty Is craiy and that he newa "all over town" wW have the Apperthwalte la bewildered. aKV-T'rVeludethe watchtre for llme.tboome aware of Us nrea. inie fcst Hamtlton Bwlft. Junior, and all wm d. raLa that JuvHiaasMw Th? reawttra . IhVtry will strsnathtn Beaa. tie raiteea eraatfaltan. ItVa nowdaa aad the MUa AuMtasaiit. roZag rtorter lota. BeaaUy'a "jarir." promtaa Peck the story wll tncaorrow. and tha uT.uvuttial reallaea how greatly the human S$SE&ZX the wboU firaTa tohls llttls crippled ward. David ., Beailty-- ln . n. Vllse Ap- - Icnnirl. ,f t Dowilen demanded, Impalleuly. "I reckon you won't 1m nulte mi strong fer Iteasley," It'upoudoj Peck, wllh u vlmllctlte lltllo giggle, "when you Und lie nm ue jou lo hit baslniKs, but when It collies to eotcrtulaln' oil no, jwi uln't tpilte the boy!" "I'd nppreclnto your eJutiiliig." "It's kind of cold said Don dm. Mtnndlng here." Then I Pwte laughed shrilly. reckon you better git your hat and roat and come along. Can't do ua no harm, and might he an fer you. (irlst and Ous Kchulmeyer wnttlti' out yonder and llnnk Culli-ji'at the gate. We he'n ha vln' kind of a consultation nt my House over wmiep'n' (irlit sti-l- l tit ttensley's a little earlier In the evening. "What did Orlet seer Tabs I Cub- - tlrlvln' up to Ileaa- ley's house a whole lot of 'em. (IrUt wu dowu the street a piece, und It wns pretty tlnrk, but he could aco tlie Inniiw and hear the doors slam as the pcoplo got out. Ileildea, the whole ulacu la lit up front cellar to attic, (Irlst couiu on to my houo and told tne about II. and I begun usln' tho telephonu; colled up all the men thut count In the porty found most of em nt home, too. I aat etu If they was Invited to thla ball toulght; and not a one of 'cm was. They're only In politics; they ain't high society enough to bo aat to Mr. Heaaley! dsuclii'-partleOut I would 'a' thought he'd hrt ye In aaywayi fet s fricodat" "WJutt are yon talking aliouti" thought ha was goln' to keep the doln'a quiet; afraid the fanner might not believe ho'a Jeat the plain man more tlinn fuinileil. Not only he sets up to be afraid that folka were alt the shade of the biz thrtv-facelike you that aln'J Invited might turn of the "alltlnj rtiw" ncalmt him. I'll fool him I We're lifted, hut (evidently on uccotiiit 'if goln' to we what there l to see, and I ho' loo great get tetany of n husehif I'm goln' In hate these boya from the fire that hlaxed 1." Ihe ohl fnMdone.1 newlaHT write n full account of It. tiilmuey-ptateof the wludntrM . o. i you want to come nlong, I exieot wna lien- In Ihe It'll do you a (Hiwer o good." shadow Just beyoMt the rosy oblong "I'll pi," said Dowitei. quickly. He of light tlmt fell uim the snow, we got Ida root nnd lint from n table In .nlhenil nild !rkeil frey wltlllll. I "art of the the hull, mid we rejoined tho huddled tienr to our nsi und shivering group nt the gate. view, t!ough nbont hiif of it wn shut "(lot my recruit, genie I" shrilled off from u by II - very king of all I'eck, slapping Dowden lxttenmly ChrMmaa glittering with d'u-ton the shoulders. "I reckon he'll gtt ami doirns of tandles. inuptinm lit a change nf heart tonight!" silver, epnrklluc in gt'.. nud laden And now. sheltering my eyes from wllh Heaven nlme tmiw Imiw many 'he stinting wind, I saw what I had been Ini blind to sen as we approached Mr. Apivirtliwiille's. lleasley' hone wns illuminated; every window, tip stairs and down, wm aglow wllh rosy light. That was luminously evldeilt, although the shades, or molt of them, were loweretL I thank you' "l.ook at that!" I'eck turned lo Dowdcu. giggling triumphantly. "Whn'd He IhiwciI to right and left, ns to an and. I tell you! How do you feel about It audience politely alMrfaudlHg. now I" lifting the table ami Its tmnteH, withdrew; white old Hob a en III set lit "Hut where are the cahti" naked fiddle to Id chin and started to Tnp-t- he Dowdcu, grately. preliminary ioeaure of a quadrille. "Kolka ull conn-,- " Mr. answered Iteasley wns back In an lindant. I'eck, complete with assurance. shouting at he came: "Take your Won't he uo more cabs till they begin to go home." nnliirrs! Hatance all , And then slid there, and all by We pluncid ahead as far n the quadrille, performhe danced comer of Itcaslcy's fence, where Peck ing at one and Hie same time s(opM-- l us again, and we drew to gelher, slnpplng our hands and stampfohr lively couples. Never In my life have I seen such gyration and caers ing our fert. I'eck was delighted n aa were cut by that long legsed, thoroughly happy man ; hla sour giggle mlrnculontly flying figure, lie of had become nntlnuoii, Has In the wlldeit tnotleu without nnd the same Jovial brenk was audi ressallou. neter the fraction of en Me In (Irlst's voice as lie said to Ihe still; calling the figures at the Journal reporter and me: top of hi voice and dancing them "Uo ahead, boys. (Ill your stery Itnultaneoiisly ; hi expression auxlout Weil wait here fer you." hut Hilite (as I Ihe habit of other Tho Journal rcHrter started todancers) ; Ids hnnd extended as If to ward the gate; tie had gmio. erbap swing his partner or corner, or "optwenty feet when Simeon Peck whist lifting high posite lady;" and led In sharp warning. The rrtwirirr and flapping down In an old fashioned topvd short In his tracks. tep. Ileusley'a front door was tlirmvn forward am! back!" he "Klrst nirn. and then sKhmI Ileatley hlmwlf shouted. "Forward and aalutnl in evening dresw. txiwltig ami smiling, to corners! Swing partners' but not nt us. for be did not sev ua. Oppealte thi Trtv, laacst Against Itlght and lWtl" The bright ball behind htm was I nan tha Wall, Sat Old Bab. I think the combination of abandon tlful willi evergreen streamer and wren tin, nnd great flowering plants In and what eiittretiH-tits- . Op and decorum with which he wandered that "Oraud Highland-LeftJars. A etrnln of dalice-mutlposlte the Tree, hi hark ncnlti't Ihe thing t have ever out to us as the door opened, hut there nll, sat old I toll, In a drc of wa the funniest was nolxMly except David Ileatley In stnte. part of which i'snlsteil of a seen. Hut I didn't laugh at It. Neither did Mlta Apperthwalte, at lxht. which certainly teemed ectillar swallow-lal- l rout (with an overgmwn -- for n halt! rhrysantheinuiu In the hirtlotihole), a my aide. "Heat of 'em Inside, dancln," eg- - red necktie, and a lib"Now do you believe mV Peck (dalueil Mr. Peck, crouching He wa ecrap-lu- g wna arguing, fiercely, with Mr. Schulerty cap of tUuc-ppr- . "It'll lo th? houiia the plcket-f-nca fiddle "like old times cutue meyer, "la he craxy, or ain't feef' n more'n half full o' "He la." Orlit agreed, hoartely, "He sgaln," and Ihe tune he-- plajed was, P "till, my Llui. p,. gnir My feet ta a stark, starln. ravin', re tin' luna"Mh!" suit! (irlt. "Listen tu Dave aliufflrfl' to It III the- - snow. tic! And the nigger's humorln' htm!" lleasley." They were all staring, No one rirekt old ltol was to InIteasley had begun to sn'nk. and Ida tern In the n'Ui. hut wt nstctieil him and aghatt. Into Iho lighted room. voice, loud and clear, sounded uttc and llstroetl brealht"wly. When he "Do you see where It puts usT the wind. "Come right In, Colonel V llnUhed "I.Uu." he Ini the fiddle Simeon Peck'a rasping- - vlc re"" he wild. "I'd huve sent a cub acrota hla bni-e- , als fuce with high. for you If you hadn't telephoned tnu n new and brilliant blue-- silk handker"I gnes I. dot" said flrltL "We your rboumatlstu chief, and said; this Afternoon thut come out to huy a barn, and got a was so bud you didn't exxict to be house and lot fer the same money. It' "Now come do big s;eecli." uble to come. "I'm glad you're well Ihe gmttctt nlght'e werk you ever carThe Honorable Dnvlil again. Yes, they're alt here, and the rying a small mahogany fable, tcped done, Sim Peck ladles are getting up a dancu lu tl "I guce. It It!" out from hejoud the Ctuittmaa tree, room; "Shake on It. Sim." (It was at this moment that I ra-- advanced to Ihe it nlnr f the disappeared for They shook hands, oxalted with the table cchet! upon the calf of tho right leg setmoment nud down; returosd with a while a n kick, the ecstatic violence of whltli r and n guisx. lie placed "Thlail do the Work." giggled Peck. led me to attribute It, and rightly, to these ttHn the tahlei auaed gracefully "It's about tier cent letMr. Dowden.) times, tlicn spoke: ter Ihati the.ttory we startinl to' git. uo- 'Ceiitlrineii'a "IjiiUes and gentleiuen " There he Why, Date Heaitleyit be In a paddeil stairs to the right. Colonel," rolled cell In n month' ItH be nil over town uuteiL lleusley, n he close) tho door. much tomorrow, and he'll have a "Well," said Mr. Inieim I'eck, slow There wna a pause of awed silence chiincn fer governor as that nigger In ly. "don't this beat helir among u. "Iaik out!" The Journal reMirter Iheret" In Ids ecstaty he stnole Dow-de- n (I Improveil It by reluming the deliriously In the rlhs. "What do made- - no twitched III tleeve, "IjmIIc present." kkk to Mr. Dowden. He you think nf your cnndldntn now?" "Wherer said. f. ncknowliMlgtiieut of Its rrceritlon oilier "Walt," said Dwden. "Who came He leantnl iieHtt-- r uie and spoke In than to sink his chin it little In the cabs that (?rtt sawt" low tone. the collar of his Ulster.) He This staggered ily the Almighty 1" snld Hraieon "Just lielilnd us. She followed u rubbed his mitten Mr. Peck. woolen over his "Who what wan uvt-- from your hiidlutf lHhie. She's Peck, hoartely. bend. "Why," Dare Heaaley tnlkln' tor Tlioro wnsn't been sUndlng around near us ull cap ns if scratching hi In Halifax did ulong. 1 supposi-j- t she wa Dowden a he said, slowly "who ludiody there !" come In them "(lit out." (irl"t bade lilm; ant his daughter, probably." The Ilunchhergs) Where" "He hnsn t any daughter," I said, tone was iHirturlHtl. "He iwui that hark to the hooded "Listen," said fkiwden. He wns glvln' us the and stepM-- l reMrter. figure I hnit been too nbsorlHii In our "First couple, face out 1" shouted Inush." Beaslvy, facing out with nn Invisible "He's crnyl" exclaimed Peck, ve illicit tu notice. It was Miss .ierthwnlle. lady on his nklmhood arm, while old hemently. loose cloak over Roh tnneil nuulty at "A New Coon In She had thrown lnmiedlnuty nil four uiciahers of hla Tow n." purty bi'gum to talk nt the same ilmo: tier bend Jtid ttiMllders; but entrtoH-i"Second couple, fnll In!" lleasley Mr. Seliulwiejtr agreeing with Orltt. In It as she. win. and crested and hile, I knew-- her at wheeled about and muclnl the second tilid Mr. Cullop holding with Peek epntllettrtl with wum uo mlMnklng lurr, couple. that llemdey bad siiniy become In- once. There sane; while tlie Journal man. re- even lu a blluitrd. "Third couple I" He fell In liehlnd turning; was certain that he had not She caught luy hand with n strong, himself again. a quick pressure, mid. Iieudlng her head Argllliivnt became beili sreii. "Fourth couple. If you (dense I wrangle; exepeiiielit over the reniark-alil- to nine, snld In a aoft whtcr, close AIJ.I I beg your pnnlon, Miss wllnesxtl, and, to my ear: Mcvtie we had Molaniia, I'm afraid I atrpt.i on jour n certnln sharpness partially "I heard ever) thing that nun said train. Sathay All I" You left the library engendered by Ihe risk of freezing. In our hallway After the "sashay" th noblest ami High words dour oh-when you called Mr. Dovr-iW-u must dashing hit of gymnastics disIe.1 to some Idltcitiesa. out." were riling Uxin the wind, Hvrntunlly, played In the whole quadrille ho "So," I ivturned, mnllclously, "you bowed profoundly tu hla Invisible part.Slinenn l'ck got tho flour to himself help following!" n moment. couldn't fur ner and came to n paute, wiping lit She released my hand gently, to streaming face. Old Hob dexterously "See here, laiys, there's no uso Ktttln mnd amnga' ourselves," he my surprise. swung a "A New Coon" Into the atately "Ile'a any "Iltiah," she whlM-rel- . vorlferntiil. "One Ihlug we're nil of a triumphal inarch. agreed mi : liolMHly here never seen no Ing somclhltig." "And now," Hentley announced. In aa "IjiiIIi-gviitlemelt," und snld stentorian tones, "If the ladles will he siiih it diini we Jest Kiii In their whole live be- Heaaley again nnd atopiKtl again. so kind aa to lake the gentlemen's hall or no bull, there's fore. Ttiurfore. Dowdrn'a volco souudetl hyatvrlnilly arms, we will proceed to the dliiliijj wrong aloul thla In my rl.ht ear. (Mlta somcpV tnUiity room and partake of a alight col I a business. Ain't that snr' hnd wlilaperiil In my left.) "The only Hen." tK-ecThey said it wua. lio's ever made In Ida lift Thereupon came a slender piping l "Well, then, tlierv'a only one thing and lies aluck!" Jey from that pert of the room Hut lleasley wasn't! be was only which had been gcritnej from us by to do let's Hud out what It Is." deliberating. "You bet we will." the Tree. "Ijtdles and gentlemen." he began "I wouldn't send no one In there screened from ua by the Tree, alone," I'eck went on, excitedly, "with "Mr. and Mrs. Iluuclibcrg, Colonel "Oh, Cousin David Heaaley, that was Ihe beautlfulleit quadrille ever danced a craxy man. Ilesldea. I want to see llunchhcrg nod Aunt C'ouley Hunch berg, Mlsii Molunnu. Miss Queen, and to the world I And now, piMie, won't what's goln on, myself." "And so do wet" Tkla dodaratUNs Miss Marble Ilunchbertf. Mr. Noble, you take Mrs. U nark berg out to Bttp- Iktr. Tom, and itr. (irandee Uunekberg, waa unanimous. ful-nihtl ) mhnlf-rulsc- acrid and ettrltant latHra aAln, "I get these fellers fram the newsittprra, and all I want I to git thla Item hall In print tomorrow, nnd ac what tha boys that da tlx- - work at the primaries have ta try about It nnd what their wlvea'll say about the man that's too to have IVasley 'em In hU house. I'll otH a fecond' table!" ttr. his Peck ah if led TTfi Ms see If there alnl aowiw way te de If. I'erhapa he ain't pull-- I all the almded ttewti on the other aide ferglt tu tl the house. o that." There was hut one mind In the party regarding thin proposal. The next minute saw ua all caullmisly snenk-In- g Into the aide yard, a rnggol llr.e of bent nnd flipping fl turns black against the snow il were Hlmcnn Peck's cxcctnthm Its high-tone- lt tm, Mr. Cjfle7lTnTriiifgy, and ffaster Hammertley : You see before-- yim tiv nlgiit, in iny iwrson. merely the of your real hst, Mitr Swift. Mister Swlfl Ima expreil a wlali thai there should be n srerh. and baa depttteil me tu make It. He rcqucsta that the subject he has assigned me should he treated In a dignified a manner a la xwsble considering Udlet ami the orntisr. geiiliemen" he took a alp of water "I will now address you upon the M lowing subject: 'Why We Call Christ-m- a Time the Ilet Time.' "Chrlstmaa lime I the best time It la the kindest time. Nobody eter fell very happy without feeling very kind, nnd iioxdy ever felt vrry kind without feetlng nt teaat a little nappy. So, of course, either way about, the happiest time I the kindest time that's thl time. The tnott things our eje can ace are the atnrs; nnd for thai reatou. nnd lu rcmrmbrnnce of One stnr, we set cnndle the Tree to I) atars In the houte. So we make Chrlttmnt time and the) n time of atnrs Indoors; shine warmly against the cold outdoors that Is like tlm cold of other sen tons not so kind. We set our hunthe Tree "and keep dred candles them bright throughout the CtirM-mtime, for white they shine iimiij us We hate light to see till life, not the march of a a a buttle, but a mighty Kellowthlp' ladles and gentle-me- ii ii a r lilm-self- ft louse-Jointed- , ht-f- Hal-alie- Or-rrn- deler-tahlie- c d i. win-ml- um r Mttltig-rixmi.- wuler-pttvhe- r llo r cabr k Hal-aac- e a h ' f L Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Dec 21,1 922 Vlm tot tk vMmi of mt pr.ralrH M (tamfetrMted 3 ent. were Htfl wagon, pulled by M old colored woman, Boh'a wife. In Urr and there, propped upon pillows, lay Hamilton Hwlft, Junior, hla soul fclflJtwr rapture out of hli Krmt bright iot of color on each of hla watchers rtmn tha WALLACETON la very ill bU tfa, thin check. Ma chin. for an lartant something teemed In t wiWHt with the brnca which wat under He lifted himself on one elbow, ami mi 'i Mr. Jai. Oulnn at pres- VERY SPECIAL SALE, OF School Is progressing nicely good attendance. with Mrs. Sam Hill and Mr. Hugh Ray In Taint Lick Saturday. Haley sprang In him anil adJuMrt It tenderly. Then ha bowed etaborata-I- jr Inward the mantelpiece. 'W llnnrlil.crc. lie ali, "may I have I lie hotyirr And offered Ida arm. "And I must hac Mister Hunch, berg." chirped Hamilton, "He mut walk with me." "lie trlla ," said llcatlejr, "ho'Tl Ih inlrhtr glad In. And there' a plate of xme fur Slmi'lnloria. "You lead the way." cried the child; "you and Mr. IlunchlM'nr.H "Are we all In liner Iteanley glanced hack over hi shoulder. "Hinh my I .Vow, let ua on. llol Music there I" applauded MUter Hwlft. And llcnslejr, hi head thrown hark and hla client out, proudly led the way, tupping tiohly and In time to tha ex- - r. m-- f FUR GOATS Our maker in New York has sent us on two weeks consignment a big lot of .FUR COATS and has authorized us to offer these at very low prices. Mr. Richard Sootier wat tha guest of M. G. Hutchlns Sunday. Mrs. Chester Rlkln and Mrs. Dave WaUon wat In Richmond last week. Mr. Hardin Kldd, of Silver Creek, was the guest of hit ton, Arthur, Sun- lay. Mr. Mr. Arthur Kldd entertained Aaron and Mr. Ruttcl Prazlcr Sun day. "Itr-r-ra-v- Prices are less than former wholesale prices. 40-INCH BAY SEAL GOATS FOR $89.50 COATS FOR $125.00 , ' 50-INC- H FULL LENGTH BAY SEAL 40-INC- H BAY SEAL COATS WITH SQUIRREL COLLAR and CUFFS $125. BAY SEAL COATS, FINEST BEAVER COLLAR and CUFFS, $165. 40-INC- 45-INC- H H NATURAL MUSKRAT COATS FOR $95.00 40-INC- H HUDSON SEAL COATS WITH SKUNK COLLAR and CUFFS $250 ONE REAL CARACULE COAT FOR $95.00. 9 This sale continues until January 1st, when all unsold willbe returned so we advise early buying, as prices are almost as low as cloth coats. A. B. Robertson & Bro. "You Lead tft "You and Mr. W. F. rirown, of Ilcrea, spent the day with Mrs. M. O. Hutchlns Friday. Mr. Hlllery Hounshell's nephewr and wife, of Tennessee are here to spend Xmas. Miss Ollle Hall, who it visiting her titter, In Hamilton, Ohio, is expected home for Xmat. Mines Kdna Sparks and Esther Dall spent the afternoon with Ml Inia Hutchlns Saturday. There will be a Christmas tree and entertainment at the tchool house Saturday night, Dec. 24th. Mr. and Mrs Willie Wallace and baby spent Sunday with hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnt. Wallace. There will be a good Xmas enter tainment at the httridgc tchool hojso FriJny afternoon, Dec. 22nd. Mr. G. II. Foley, of Hnekley, re turned from a two weeks visit nt Harlan Thursday and visited his sister, Mrs. M. C. Hutchlns. The Wallaceton Community Club met at the school houie Inst Tuesday night. One of the most Interesting features of the p'ogram was the 'Irish Wedding" which kept tho house In cn uproar. The O. I. W. Agricultural Club met at the tchool house Friday afternoon and reorganized for the year The officers 1923, with 14 members. elected were: Arthur Kiilil, local lead Inli er, Kdna Sparks, president, Hutchlns, vice president and Lillian Hutchins, Sect.-Trent. War,"Cnd tha Child) Mr. Hunchbtrg." DANVILLE, KY. Buckeye High School Notes Mr. Margaret Adami, teacher of the Primary Dcpartmen will apend Christmna week nt her home in Rich mond. htlnratlng measure. Junior, tonol hy the Hamilton Hwtrt, old mammy, followed In hi wagon, hi tain little unit uplifted ami hi flncr curled a If thrjr held a trunled hand. When they reached the diMr. vld Itoh roe, tnrnril In alter them, wad, and atlll fiddling, played the print-uniohliuoelf down the halt. Anil mi they mnrrhed away, and w tnrlng lnl wvre left the cmsty .. room. "Sly iulF" uld the Jounial re- jmrter, ganplnc- - "And he Old all that Jut to pleae a little Kk kliir . lm reck, "I rnn't flmre It "Till try win he nit oxr town it He glanced at mo, and t morrow." nodded, "It'll ! all over town," he continued, "though not In any of the wr and I don't believe lfa golnc any" to hurt Pave Ilenalry'a clmnr Mr. 1'eck and hla companion turned toward the street and went lletill. The young man from the Journal orertiok them. "Ttinnk you for tending for tmM he tnlrt. cordially. "You've given me a treat. I'm for lhMUyt" hand im my Iowden put hl He had not observed the alinulder. remaining. third (Igure "Well. lr," he remarked, the now from Id coat, "they were rlnht about one thing r It certainly wa ralshty low down of Have not to luvllo ine and you. loo to hla I'hrMmu Let hltn go to thunder with jMirty. hi old Invitation. I'm going In. any way! t'ome on, I'm plum frote." There wa n lde door JuJ beyond the liny window, nnd I)owdn went to It and rnng. loud and long, It wat llratcy himself w ho opened It, "What In the name " he began, a tile ruddy light Ml upon Dowden'a faro and upon me. standing n little, way nnw. "What are you two bank! What on earth are you fellows doing out herer "Wo'vo come to your Christmas pnr-t" Thus Mr. you old Dnwilrn. "Hoo-rny!said llealey. Dowden tunied to me. "Aren't you y, horse-thief!- plteoulr. "I can." uttl the Journal reporter. out." inurmnmJ the busincsa men, the chnrck news,' the c.ric good accomplished by the from the city newspaper I women, school items, the happy social Turn that 'gatherings of the people, the mar to the rural press exchange come U the Herald's devk, I like riage, births nnd deaths, farmers' strppinp'Troni the tlumst full of vile, items, nnd all the thousand and one into an old fashioned garden sweet dally occurences that make up the. with Uvemiur and thyme nnd the simple annals of the great common! scent of perennial flower. The pages people, who are really the founda-- ' of the big dnllica arc so full of mur- tion of thia broad country of ours. der, thirvcry, immortality, the crimes Scandals ar eseldom published in of every sort and the breaking up of j the country newspapers, bnt if it so home by infidelity and aelfUhness, j happens that decency demands it, the that the better newa is obecured by uglier details arc omitted, or given a these glatintr shattering of tho De- kindly touch that is wisclydIiTcrcnt calogue. One put the papers aside from the unfeeling publicity of the with a fc!inR of ilepromion and city prens. No wonder. Tho ofheartache that the world ia ao full of fender maj be our neighbors, or people we have rubbed elbow with all terrible nnd unhappy things. Thtn picking up the pnpera that our Uvea. They are rea Ihuman berecord the Lappcnlngs of the little ings to their home town paper, while rdie around us in Central Kentucky, to the great city dailies they nre Kama reru'wed faith in life. Here mercl grains of n sort that nre aw set forth only that which up-)i-ft ground out hourly in their newt mill. Sometimes people apeak lightly of a community the activities of A Country Newspaper I thu country newspaper, but it (e one Smith, a member of the poultry de of the most potent anJ uplifting fac- partmcnt of the College of Agricul tors in our national existence. Thu turc at Lexington, marked a big step great dailies have their mission, but in the work. One of the important their scope is too big to touch very things done during the visit of Mr. closely the inner things of life. It Is Smith to the county wat the small country newrpapcrs that cation of the flock belonging to Mrs. keep us saner and better citizens be- It. C. Coomcr. The fact that he cause they record principally the flock was certified signified that h the intimate, the good, has high quality stock from which the whqetome, the progressive hap- other farmers of the state can obtain pening about us, and thus gives us hatching eggs with which to build up clean rending that engenders clean their flocks. A flock of 450 hens be thinking. Harrodsburg Herald. longing to C. II. Jctt was culleij dur ing the ?nme week In order to re move the hens that were poor layers not capable of paying for their fee Clv Hens Right Feed and Care nnd care. A further sign of the In creasing interest in improved an county farmers and practical poultry methods, according Hockciistlc their wives are giving more attention to Mr. Spence, is the fact that tw to better methods of feeding, hous- new poultry houses have Just bee ing nnd taking care of their chickens, finished in the county. County Agent Hubert V. Spence says. Watch for the A recent visit to the country by J K. i the-ccrti- Rockcastle Farmers McQUAY-NORR- IS Renew Prof. II. V. Price nnd Mrs. Price and children were in Lexington for the week-enMitt Laura Belie Todd will spend next week with home folks in Aurora Indiana. The school and community will enjoy a Christmas tree In the auditorium of the schocl building Friday afternoon, Dec 22r.d. Exercises will begin at- - one o'clock. School will b resumed on Tuesday, January 2nd. The play entitled "A Poor Married Man" given by the High School Friday evening. Dee. 8th., for the benefit of the school, wns well attended and enjoyed by all. On Tuesday afternoon, December Associa12th., the Parcnt-Tcachtion held their monthly meeting at the school building the new officer utTiciatlng, Mrs. Hubert Carter, president; Prof. J. F. Price, vice president, Mr. H. W. Sanders, second vico president, Mr. Earl Carter, secretary, A round Mrs. Oscar Ray, treasurer. table discussion on the best mean of raising money for tho High School equipment was lei by Prof. II. V. Price. . cr Regardless of where you plan to have your car, overhauled, we can supply all sizes and over-sizPiston Rings will is slacking up McQuay-Norri- s promptly. Why not renew your car's power and power, save gas and oil, renew your car's old-tieconomy now? and decrease carbon troubles. We Carry a Complete Service Stock If your gas bills are too high and your power PISTON RiNS Your Car's Power and Economy WOODS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, IN BANK. RUPTCY. es comlngr ft chmbf. WHITE, RICHMOND, KY. nmy trp cut" vrlvvt anlta quick rattac-In Jiffr ' To keep thtm ckran b4 Iin from rut. ach lirul la aa Individual iumum It "What are you waiting for.'old fa. lowr said IleaKley. I waltetl a moment longer, nnd then It happened, .She mine out of tho ahndow nnd went l the foot of the step, her cloak falling from her ahouldrra as aha pawed me. I picked It up. her arms pleadingly, Klio lifted with what though her head was termed to me a leautlful aort of ahanie. She stood thero with tt anow dr1 tng against her and did not apeak, lleasley drew his hand slowly arroa III eyes to ace If they were really lrf llmt ivrMtcn. aivntqiulpw Mr t 'l pointa on nrluidtr wH. For kUriiiuniroovttttftpt tacohkhthouU hat, Iwt. Khriapctita(rcl' luit cuioum C4 OK f B twopWc dtl(J), UK KMI bf ViattP a ritluJr !rvot1 m a 1 i tmptin on tach up tiok. or thauy irontd ttnc cuaM tlo. KmIi ring packed in a pMchnwnt con taiocr. rltoa hWh fr " laUka. t,,ml out Kmtrocubuitton tj iJ CoUrcu imu oil cm dovn link' of ik CfV. Jirrr.CKir . hkh rv UWC ran bNoo tuttlm Joint. will. ftttol ctoacr thn Per Rui aacl "! Snap Rlnft of th hiht tr.de. Htitnl tbovt lb tvtrict by McOutr-Nui- ti mtnufMturing met bod; TbcV um iniurtt U lot tatititction pobW tot you lo tf t from a pUm imp ru. They ait pactrd laclvc ling, to h carton anil loUcd in ucd ptP"' lnt ttir. I think. "David," tho tlwtr said, at laat. "You'vt got so many lovely people In your houo tonight, Isn't Inere room for Iti for JiHt one fool? J5 0 i ptl win In the mntter of David Dtiddcrar, a Uanl;rupt. On this Sth. dav of Dec. A. D 1922, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 10th. day of October, A. D 1022, it it ordered by the court that a hearing bo had upon the tame on the 9th. day o' January, A. D., 1923, before said court at Covington, Ky., in said district at 10 o'clock, in tho forenoon, or' as nVar thereto at practicable, and that notice thereof bo published one time In the Central Record, n newspaper printed In said district, and all known creditors 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 bo (runted. WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judiro of tald Court, and tha seal thereof, at Richmond In tald liii. trlct, on the Sth. day of Dec, A D7, 1922. J. M. MENZIBS, Clerk. By Paralee White, D. a (T11IC KND). Tn Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 2!, 1022 FM PROTECTION FOR FARM MACHINERY Many ValuaMc Imtlwniwli Are Left In Stutter of Ireae) RATES i Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for lew than 20c In thlt column. No a J in thla column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of Are. Phone order mast be paid promptly We'll go you one better the Pure Bred llronze FOR SALE.1 Turkey,. Mr. Nannie S. Jennings, Ilucnn Viitn, Ky., Dryantsvitlc, phone 46-1- 1. FQIt SALK: Good Jersey milk cow, fresh In February; Rood Kligs-bur- y Piano; 1021 Ford touring car, In good condition. J. M. McCarty, Richmond Street. Heater, Cook Stoves, Coal Hods, Shovels, Stove Pi pen and Elbows, Roaster and Perculntors, Stove Boards, etc. and other articles cheap J. R. Mount & Co, for 15 day. Black and white DOG LOST;. spotted hound bitch. Scar on hind leg; wire cut. Reward. J. T. Hack-IcStanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1, near Cedar Creek on Crab Orchard pike, i TOBACCO SEED: "White Twist Bud", one of oldest type burley. More pounds to acre, highest quality. Limited quantity of seed for sale, $1.25 ox. George W. Denny, Lancaster, II. 1. y, Bourbon Red Turkeys for Hens, G.00; Toms, $7.00. (12-14-4- t.) sal- e- Mrs. B. M. Lear, Paint Lick, Ky, Nice brick store room, now oc cupied by Coy Sanders, for rent for Hasclden Bros, year 1923. (12-14-4- t) FOR SALE: One gooa as new, Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three Electric Light Fixtuies. For infor(tf.) motion call at Record ciTicc. - FOR SALE PRIVATELY: My house and lot just on outside of city limits on Danville street Good sev en room building and big lot, room enough for two more houses. Good cittern at door and good stock barn. .) Frank Turner. (12-21-tf- Tobacco Seed That good Standlng-u- p Burley that weighs heavy and colors good. $1.50 B. F. Kclley, an ounce. Lancaster, Ky., Route 1, Box 173 Old Standing Burley Tobacco Seed you want a good crop. Sow the best seed, the old big, broad, sharp pointed leaf standing Burley is the best by test; has color, length and Start right if weight, ripens early, easy to handle, in fact, is better in every way. We are offering the seed for sale at $1.25 per ounce. Mail orders filled prompt ly. Phone 3C4-Virgil and Jesse Layton, Lancaster, Ky., Route No. 3 WANTED: Man to succeed Bry-a- n Sutton Retailing Rawlclgh Good Health Food Products: Spices, Flav-or- s. Medicines. Toilet prcnaratlons. !tc. 150 everyday necessities uicd "by millions, Largest Company; established 34 years. Favorably known No experience, Jill (over America. practically no capital needed. Wo tfach you to manage your own perron. HCnt big paying business $2,000 to $5,000 yearly. Write for application and give age, occupation, references. W. T. Rawielgh Co., Dept. 300, (12-- 1 2t) Fryeport, III SALE MCE CITY RCSIOCNCC Tarraces bid fair to solve a bif problem for Calloway county farmers I wish to sell privately, my resilience on Danwho havo hilly land that waihes easily ville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancasaccording to County Agent J. B. ter. Gardner. Score of farmers in this Modcrnly equipped with CITY WATER AND section of the state arc showing a LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH a means lively interest in terraces as RATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF of preventing this damage. In orGOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND der to meet the increasing demand OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. terfor Information on how to build Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 1023. races, County Agent Gardner, In co Those desiring to look over property mny call dlVi operation with the extcntlon mc over Paint Lick phone 11-slon of the College of Agriculture at Lexington, recently held five demonstrations on different farms in the county in order to point out the essential features In building one. JUDSON Mrs. John Yater returned home Tho fact that the number of farms In Sunday after n visit to her mother, the county having terraces has The little son of Mr. and Mrs. U. Mr. Croushorn, of Uryantavillc. from one in 1020 to 30 at M. Lane has been quite sick. Mrs. Maggie Tracey returned home the present time, is taken as an indiMr. Wm. Black sold some shoata last week after a few days stay with cation of the increased interest which her son, Mr. Tom Tracey and Mrs. farmers are showing In them as soil to Mr. Teatcr at 7Hcts. per lb. Mr. Hugh Simpson was the guest Tracey. savers. Saturday of Mr. Robert Simpson. Miss Virginia Ray was the guest Mrs. Margaret Lane has been sick, last week of her sister, Mrs. Hugh A lawyer charges a man $10 for her many friends will be sorry to Simpson and Mrs. Simpson, of the Stanford road. ten minutes conversation the man hear. Miss Etta Rom was the guest last insists on paying It. A doctor charges The marriage of Miss Maggie II. $1 for a prescription and the patient week of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Se Grimes to Mr. Cronley Hurt came as says, "Oh pshaw is that enough?" bastian. quite a surprise to their many friends conducts a funeral An undertaker Mrs. W. M. Adams and daughter, here. Mrs. Hurt Is J he youngest and charges $100 and he Is Just per- were the guests last week of Mr. Ru-f- daughter of Mr. Henry Grimes. Mr. fectly lovely with everybody Inside Adams. Hurt Is to be congratulated upon winnnd outside the family. A man buys Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pulley were ning the hand of this young lady. Mr. n gold brick and apoligiies for not called to the bediide of Mr. Elgin Hurt Is a progressive farmer of Bry. having bitten sooner. An editor Ray last week, who is quite sick. antaville. walks a mile in the hot sun to get the farts of n sudden death or wedding or social function and spends three hours in writing it up and tells lies and praises pt'ople till he hates Then if he makes an in himself. significant omission or error or . charges 5 cents straight for three Three Through Trains Daffy extra papers he Is a stingy cuss who never gets anything right and charges Danville-Flor- id four times the price of city papers .wice as large. In short hi is a con founded and ought to be run out of town. Talk about the ice man! How would you like Ohio to run a newspaper? Exchange. Lv. OanvHIe Lv. DanvWe 11:40 A.M. . 920 A.M. . 8:1 S P.M. Ar. Chattanooga . 3:40PM. Ar. ChaHanooi Davis Monument Ar. Atlanta (C.T.) .. . 11:10P.M. Ar. Atlanta (C.T.).. . 8:40P.M. (Owncsboru Messenger) Ar. Mates Macon (EX) . 12:15AM. (E.T.) Ar. 2:55A.M. Ar. Jacksonville, ... .. 11:t5A.M. Ar. Jacksonville . ... ..7:50 AM. If the United Daughters of the ruUaun SWpiog Cars and Coaches PulUnin Slerplnic Csrs sad Coschts Confederacy in their session at Atto JaeksonvMs. to Jicksonvifl. lanta did not secure sufficient pledges to complete the monument being erected near llopkinsvillc to per Lv OsWft Wit , a 1 1 45 lM Ar. CkeManooga petuate the memory of Jefferson 6:36 AJM. (C.T.) Ar. Atlanta 11:25 A.M. Davis, president of the Confederacy, Ar. Macon ....(EX) 3:10 P.M. it should be raised at once and the Ar. Tarns 1:36 AJM. structure completed. There is only Ar. Clearwater 7:03 A.M. Ar. St Petersburg. , . 7:55A.M. a matter of $30,000 lacking, or jdoflteww Ar Of 71 2fiVlW rather was before the drive at the , Ar. Sarasota 7:45 A.M. Is but a bagatelle convention, and this (C.T J CmimITUm. (K.TJ EsauraTVM. for the descendants of those who Pullman Sleeping Car andCoacbts toTampa St. PftarsDUrg sodf arsserts. fought for the lost cause. These Dialog Cars on Atl Trains Herring All Meals. have shown their loyalty to the reunited government on many a bloody . C RING. Bktrlrt raearafee Agtat, 1S4 Harts UawittM Strati, Ustactsa. Br. FsMe IS battlefield since then. A descen dant of Lee and a descent of Grant fought side by side in the World war. There is no disloyalty In honoring the Like Other Animals. Legal Holidays In Alaska. memory of those who wore the uni Iloy hjid rrtti't.nl from a visit to Alaska hss ten legal holidays New form of grey. TearQday, Lincoln's hlrthday, Wash- his aunt, nnd hhh trying to describe The soldiers who fought in that ington' birthday. Decoration day. In- the folding led he hmt Ihi-i- i sleepwar nre rapidly crossing over the dependence day, Ijlor dajr, Alas-k- n ing In. "It Inys drmn at night, mamlast river. Only the "boy soldiers' day (November), ThsnksglTlnf, ma, and stand on Its hind legs In of that army arc yet alive. The Christinas nnd general electloo every the daytime,' h said. tribute of the memory of the dead two years In November. "Mo Melassvs" New Slogan. chieftain should be completed in time Ths Southsrn Sahara. "Wist 'Detroit need most of all," to give them an opportunity to see It, aid the rubllc-SplrlteCltlion. "Is at i The Kalahari desert covers fully 120,000 square miles, and Is part of lesst "tie restaurant where they five And Still Oood. you enough syrup to cover two out "Kver since I con remember," said the Immense Inner tableland of South served In an Uncle Kben. "ilf hlsh Cost of llvln Africa, with an avernce elevation of of the three wheatcakes 3.000 feet It has l.etn called "the order. I don't advocate enough for has been mentioned by careless peothree, becnus I rvolUe you can't exSouthern Sahara." and like the gn-a- t ple as n 'cute for beln' broke- .u desert of north Africa Is scarred by pect the millennium over night." DeStar. the beds of drled-utroit News. livers. Hot Weather's Effect on Clocks. R. Calloway Farmers FOR CHRISTMAS BARGAINS IN j Candy. Skies LIKE AH Fruits and Applet ; Year ArouneL For that good FLOUR go to R. Near THROWN AWAY MONEY J. EN6LE tatKMter.Ky CLARENCE QRBE1N. IV pot. Fsw Farmers Following This Prattles Realise Qreat Less They Sue. tain Covering of Common Axle Qreate Is GooS. How many fanners would leave $'.23, f.7) and even $1U0 In bills out In the open during sn entire winter? Hounds absurd, but scores of such bills. In their equivalent of farm Implement! nre left In the shelter of tho broad sktes all the year. Few fanners who follow this practice do so with a realisation of the great loss they sre sustaining en the money Investeti. A flOO machine left out of shelter orer winter, means a loss of from 3 to $13. At this rate It Is quite evident that a machlnn shed would be paid for In two or three years, even at present building costs. Store Impltmtnta Properly. A suitable shelter having been It Is now essential to store the Implements prtM-rlIf the shed has a dirt floor, keep the machinery from rrMlne, directly on the ground. Place n iHutrd at least under all supporting parts. In onler to prevent rut, thoroughly cttrer every polished surface, such aa plowshares, mold boards cul tlvatnr shovels, poner knives and the like with common axle grease. All adJtiMllig screw and nuts should be thoroughly oiled with ordinary machine nil. Krery wheel hub and leur tng, after a rnrrful rlennlng. should ! parked with hard crease nnd rvplared. Drills In which lime or nre pro-vldtiy TheEditorT Chair Service Cmtbmtfi Florida Suwanee River Special all nukes of Battertc ftchqrej6iplr Southern Ramm System Royal Palm Special CONN and CONN assssssssFsSsssJTBwOsV-BSSSSSBBBBSSr BSsssaPBssyuBSSa4CK'n4' 'BsV BSSSSSBklllKSsT m iBSflBSSSSSSBBSSSI SBSSSSSSSSSBm PJbbbbbbbVpXsbibV' M.'M Bsssssssssssb JMMWBITEtCO, iouisviuc. asv, iiukiikwii tsn tSui I ssssrtmt Vols SM Ss Raw Furs M. Si Pear Way to Trsat Valuable Machinery e TTTs HATFIELD d J -' Wash-Ingto- Hot weather frequently will cause clocks and watches long out of me to start running. The heat melts the old oil which has hardened and clogged the hearings. Bunysn's Valley of Humiliation. This Valley of Humiliation Is of It self as fruitful a pluee as any the crow fill wit. It Is the best and moM fruitful piece of ground In all these purls. Heboid how green this vnlley Is; nl- -i how beautified with lilies. 1 have known many laboring men Unit hate i;ot good estates In this Pulley uf Humiliation, for "God re sisted the proud, but glveth grace to i . tho bumble."--Jnhllunyun. n Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. PER uoed must he ramfully cleaned, lerw-senDENTIST oil helng lltwrally applied to all parts eipoord to the fertilizer. Illnd)-- r Office over Tb Garrard Bsstlr. canranes should be hung up by wire rheaes OflUc B. 376. to prevent damage from mice. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. liberal use of pulnt l the next step In keeping machinery In the best eon dltlon. Of course atl pans iout Ih freed from dirt nnd great?, Then paint the wood with a goA grade of (taint pigment mixed with Unseed oil. All metal psrts, except those greaied, DIRECTOR must be well covered with the he! Ofllre Over Nstionsl Hank. metal paint; this applies especially to steel parts. Iteildence I'hone S. Office Phone 27 Nets Parts Nesdlng Repairs. LANCASTER, KY. tiie cleaning, grenilng and When painting Is being tlone, one ran also make note of each broken or worn part that needs to be replaced. Thewj during the winter, end I nu be when the spring- - and summer work VETERINARIAN. cnlls for the various Implements, they will he reedy for duty. How much Call. Antwsrstl Promptly Daj more satisfactory than to be Night. Phoit 317. to sacrifice u duy or more for ;n r pairing at a time when the machine t ANfASTi Is needed most I Any farmer who has followed the above suggestions will glndly altlnn that dollars are thus saved on each ami every Implement. Try It and you will heartily agree. 4R fUUc J. A. Beazlev MINERAL Or. Printus Walker com-lelle- mo: Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate BEES THRIVE ON SIRUP DIET Every Colony Should Be Qlvsn Ten Pounds of Pure Material Honey Is Not Favored. Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv- ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- a. Bringing the Dead to Life. Many apparently dead persons have Stinging Power of Ens. been resuscitated by Injecting liito the Only iuen bevs and workers have heart one cubic centimeter of u 1 In tho ioMer to stlug. The drones con 1,000 solution of either adrenalin or not sting. The Jtlncer Is curved, and pi tul trln ; the Injection is muile Into Is carried sheathed. It can be driven the left Intercostal st'iice one or two Into the llekh for a dUtuneo of finger breadths to the left of the sterof an Inch. After the point nal border. Scientllli Amerli-nn- . enters there Is n flow of polMHi. It Is believed that n bee cannot sting a second time licvttu'e, owing to back-war- d What's a Husband Worth! pointing larlw, the stinger Is left The smartest thins ever heard said was by a good, motherly old soul in the wound. Thus, the beo dies ss whom everybody loves. She lost her a result uf It vengeance. husband many year ago, nnd when Imagination. asked why she never married again This power . . . reveals Itself replied: "I havo never happened to ran across tho man I would trade my In the balance or reconcilement of opqualities: of posite or discordant pension for. Topeka Cupltat. sameness, with difference; of the gen eral, with the concrete; the Idea with Husband Worth! What's me The smartest thing ever heard tali the Image; the individual wiin of novelty wns by a good, motherly old tool representative; the seiisu nnd familiar whom everybody loves. She lost her aud freshness with old ' husband taaay years agw, and wbea objects; a mors than usual slate of more than usual order; ked why aha never married agala emotion with Judgment ever awake and steady self neer happened replied t "1 enthusiasm and feel-lurun serosa the man I would trade my possesslou with volieiiitut. Coleridge profound or Capital. Topeka one-twelfg SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG - ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life In comfortable circumstances should begin to save now, The approved modern method of saving Is a savings account In the home bank. This bank invites young men and young women to Join Its family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. over "After the breeding end tliere nre no eggs or larvae In the OITOMUTI8T hive, bees should be winter fed." says Practice limited Francis Jnger, chief of the division of to diagnosing and. beo culture at University farm, "Kv correcting defects ery colony should receive ten pounds of Kycilcht by of pur sugar sirup, no mutter how the fitting much honey they hnve. Those that of nre light should he fed more. Ilees do proper classes. best ihi sirup In winter, because the DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. best of honey contains jxillen grains Opposite Gilcher Motel. which fill the Intestines of the bees In winter, causing dysentery If they eat Office Hours 8 to 12 and I to S p.m. too much or If tho winter Is oo long. According to University farm experiPLANT THIS FALL ments the proportion of winter mortality of sugur-frFRUIT AND SHADE TREES and bees stands three to II vo In favor of BLOOMING SHRUBS d DR. J. J. BYRNE sugar-fe- d beea." SMALL FRUITS RAT MOST DANGEROUS ENEMY Dam-sg- THE NAtToNaT BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, No Other Pest Inflicts So Much Upon Humanity Msnace In City and on Farm. No e CRAPE VINES EVERGREENS PERENNIALS In fact, everything for Orchard, Lawn Cashier. Capitol $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. tMiea for." other animal or Insect Is so and persistent an enemy, or Inflicts so much damage upon humanity, aa ths common brown or gray rat. Us destroys sud Injures vast quantities of grata, destroys young chicks, fruits, vegetsble and flowers, lie causes esortaoua losses In warehouses and freight terminals, Is a menace both la cities sad farui districts. dsn-Sero- and Garden. Our illustrated catalog this year Is the most complete nursery book ever issued in the South. It is free for the ssklng. II. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. Ius Grass Nurseries, Lealagtoa, KsaUcky. Thm Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday, Dec 21,1 922 'Farm and Home News I r Money Brands" Lots for Your BAKING POWDER From Over Kentucky AN ANTIDOTE By M. D. CALDWELL MmuM Net Tempt Yau Use CALUMET The Eeonomy That'a What Minion f Houicwivcs can't be sold for less that "more for the money "means bakoday failures, wnsle of time and money that Calumet means economy. The sales of Calumet nro over ISO;, greater that, that of any other bidc- inji powder. Do They know that Good Baking Powder BEST lii' TEST THE WORLDS GREATEST BAKtG PQW.sk.i li is a remarkable fact that noth ing certain is known as to the actual date of the birth of Chri. Decern ber 25th., being only a tradition adopted by the church about the mid die of the Fourth century. Lupl, learned Jesuit of the Rsghteonta century, says: "There is not a single month in the year to whieh the Nativity ha not been assigned by some writer or 'other." Tlw earliest celebration of Chriit-ma- s STANDING on December 25th. appears to have been held in Rome in the Fourth Uon't be deceived into hu.Mii); inferior sed. Buy the century, heing first mentioned in n Genuine Keliey Scud. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP Roman document, the Fhllocalian BURLEY, with the LONG POINTED LEAVES, which k'ivca it calendar, dating from the year 354, but containing an older record, refrom three to four inches more length. ferring to the year S30. Chri.tina wa brought to Kngland by SL Au- gUitine, and kept in 5U8, but it would appear that It was not vtabhshej in Germany until 813, and in Nor way about the middle of the Tenth century, hy King llakon the Good. The Roman of the empire UJed to celebrate the birth of the Uneonquer-e- J Sun on December 25th., according to the Julian calendar, the winter The old StnndlnB Hurley had a round pointed leaf, hut II. L. solstice, whn the swn began to rue Keliey and Sons, by careful breeding and crossing have de In new vigor, after his autumnal de veloped their present STANDING UP HUKLbi witn tne lonj? cline. Therefore, the reason for the pointed leaf, which Rives it more length and more wciRiit, still choice of December 25th., for Christmas would seem to have been symwhich has made this, seed famous subjects for diicussion will be those dealing with dairying, turkey and the rural school. The speakers at I'lans Mr the eleventh annual Farm rw,l- ""Huled for talk on the pro-,- 1 t'Km for the day Include J. II. Mc an Horn- - Convention to h- 0 tthv u- - s- - Department of Ag-t- o College of Agriculture Jan. 30th,I-,the Feb. 2nd., of next year, for Ken. Mtulture. Mr.. M. - Hall. Shelby, n,, M,! Katherinc Christian, tucky farmer ami their wives already. J,,M lnn W- Miss Nellie Card are well under way according to an announcement by .V. K. Klliott, whon1 A J Sner. all of the college, nbJU and those i. In charge ef the rrogram for the I lM e nnl "mmunity will Talk., demonstrations aml,,nc wUh conferences to give farmer aifd thelri'" ;h mam onr on the FrWV P" The speakers will Include Mr. wives practical pointer, on a wldel?"""variety of Important farm and home, ,h,,"H: M;. - Hughe, I.ooIwM8 r. the Uni- P1'1" problem, already are scheduled on Wayland " the program which I. fast taking a'?'"" "f Kcn,utk'. Bryant, of the col- "' T-! ,!hd definite form. . .r..l . "K'- lr..Mrr.. ,l...llr,,. wool, alfalfa and the farm hme will Hsr Prenatal TjmU. Krl attention on the firit day of the r4.rti IhelHtHm. r was program, Tuesday, Jan. 30th. The iorn In a rude Ins rlHn built by Ms principal apeakrr on that day will hutcbler Mr. Jrtmle HlrtwnK include Mia Mary K- - Sweeney. Wash I'xinn Transrrlpt. ington. I). C, and H. C MlWcr, I J.! Horlacher and E. J. Klaaey, of the , . fhr college. should ioWii tf someonegoing ,tart a Hog, tobaeeo, poultry, fruit and rcp..rt il.t jou are eraiy. . church problem, will he the cbiwm headllnrrs on the Wednesday pro- -, gram, Jan. 31. The tpeakcr for the, April Fooling It Old Cuttem. No satisfactory orlcln linn b,ecn as- tlay will Include Mis Sweeney, Hen V Nile. Mendcrxtn, Mcretary of the Ictnil i. April Fool's ilny. The cu- Kentucky State Horticultural Society tww tf tuxidwlnklng (teople at this and W O. Vnlleau. Ceorge Roberts. time In tm.vd by muue to the ancient Hull frMlvnl of India. itered March U H. )imMk, MU. Margaret Colfln, a, ()) Im,ug (, ,h, Ml., Weanor Knnght. J. OIney. ,in,n., (n ,,p Mnthett M prac. J. S .Gardner, J. II. Martin and J. R. tice ilatuu: l urk to ancieift tltncn. j I I 1 II Farm Meeting Program Already Well Otarted Sn"li I the college. On Thursday, Feb ' lit., the chief Lee counfy farmer recently plant-'e- d 1,600 trees on their farm In one month, according to County Agent 'T, II. Jones. Wotk put on In the county during the tumemr Juat pat by the county agent and the cxtcn- tlon dlviilon of the College of Agriculture at Lexington is held largely responsible for the Interest which farmer of the county arc taking In the development of their home orchards. The drive staged this last summer arplnit loafer hens in McCreary county flock by the extension dlvi-- I ( .Ion of the College of Agriculture has been brought to a successful (close with the completion cf the j twelfth culling demonstration, the of a series held to ahow farmers Ilait wives how to distinguish between good and poor layers in their 'flocks-- Four hundred ninety-thre- e jhens were handled in the I'i 203 being discharged they showed the characteristic I signs of being poor producer, V. R. to County Agent Woodward. Twelve Fayette county farmers will with County Agent V. It. Cabbcrt and the -- xtcn.ion of the College of Agriculture luring the coming year in putting on beef cattle feeding demonstrations on their farms to bring out practical pointers on the fattening of cnttlc for other farmer of the county. Union county farmer living in the Waverly community, cooperating with County Agent I. C. ilrewer, will use organized community effort in attempting to get at the hrirt of some of their farm and home problems. One hundred fifty of them attended the meeting when the community club was formed and the program of work outlined. This is the seventh community in the country to adopt a similar line of work. j demon-Istrations, se It) kf MtClar Nwtppt SfBdle.u.) For six generation the little white cottage, nesting In Ita evergreen protection, had bern ownnl by maiden ladles of various temperaments. Its nnlquo history was directly dun to the fact that Mis Abigail Itrad.haw, the original maiden owner, had been bndly dlsapixilnted In her very anient lore affair, and thenceforth truMed no man. Abigail bad adopted n niece, who had heeded her warning, and recrlved the cottage aa her jecompenne. In turn, the second maiden of the little whlte.cottage adopted a girl relative, and In her will advnnred a step and required that her child by adoption remain umnnrrlcd, and take a girl baby, also, teaching ber to do likewise. And so, down to the generation of I'rlocllla llrad.haw (they had nil taken this name), no man had dwelt overnight In the cottage. Aunt Susan, the fifth mnlden Indr, hail found 1'rlsrilla rather hard to understand. It was now a June night, and standing Wore the mirror In her aunt's beilmom, ho felt an Indefinable, Inexplalnable loneliness creeping over ber; nn unncconntahle longing for oh. for something something to love I There! That was Itl Someone to love I And then came her nnnt'a command: "And when you're twenty-ontake a girl baby, as your nunts hate done before you." And she was only eighteen. Anyway, considering her own rest, lessnes and discontent, she wan't sure she wanted to hnnd any girl bah a life such a hern wis going to be. Itesldes. sweet ttni:lit, she could love one of her own. oh, so much more. "Goodness, what am 1 thinking H And as If to make amends for grace-le- u Ingratitude, she gnve thnnks thnt she had been protected from worldly temptations and that no ninn had her path. So I'rlscllla thanked the Great Deity that she had not loved a man, and the nest day she went to the Sunday school picnic. Tall, fair and reerved. waring hair struggling to be freed, and caught at her neck In the original Urodnlmw knot, I'riscllln wns dresed In a flow ereil voile of plain style, itnd much. oh, much too long. She made a sharp contrast to gny and modern llerry Townrnd, who wa preening before Hob dale. Itarrjtown's mot popular young mnn. "Ill bet you don't dare!" she fairly I r? Christmas it the time for peace, cheerfulness and good will. Those who are not at peace with the world; those who fail to find cheer; those who lack the spirit of good will are usually those who are in financial distress. They may have spent their money as it came, instead of putting it in a bank; they may have car- ried it about, or hidden it. and have been robbed. Bring your cash surplus to our bank and start your account now. Let this Christmas be nn eventful day in your life. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Christmas and Ghost Tales Christmas belnir celebrated in the depth of winter, when "lang's the neet frae e'en to morn," the festivnl i naturally associated with talcs of haunted halls and "things" that arc supernatural Thus Dickens in his "Christmas Carol," gave us the Spirits of the Past, the Present amlj the Future, but ChrUtmas in mind,, clothed each of them in a fascinating rr.antlc of kindness, and sent them out on a message of mercy that made' itself felt over all the. earth. Over' crosl " deal-even- t. HOW TO GET BACK THE "JOY OF LIFE" isn't worth living if you're so ami run down yuu can hardly drag yuurM.'lf around. If the ncli ral bkxl, full of licallh and visor, u ere pumping through your vans, the joy of life would come back n turn enough! Gude's has worked this magic for thousands- -It will do the tame for you. Take it for a ahott time and see how your health and strength improve Your clrugKMt has it liquid or tablets, as you prefer. i - I Mf ' LIFE many a stony Scrooge have they cast their mellowing shades, teaching them to sny: "I will honor Christmas In my heart nnd try to keep it all the year. I will live in the Past, the Present and the Future. The spirits of all three shall strive within mc. I will not shut out the lessons thnt they teach." Scrooge, concluded Dickeni, "had no further intercourse with Spirits, but it was always said of him that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge. May that be truly said of us, and all of usl And so, as Tiny Tim observed, 'Rod bless us, everyone.' " V I'cpto-.Mangs- W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. D1CKERS0N sparkled. The picnic was n success, and everya. W. 0. RIGNEY I Funeral Oirectors Office Phone IS. & CO. , IJSta peptc-anga- n Tonic At-rur- Oi-o- and Blood Enricher - Date of Birth of Christ KELLEY'S TOiACCO SEED THE IMPROVED UP BURI.EY fetaininj.' its brlht rolor. Ihrouuhout the United States. Price $2.00 an ounce, $12.00 half pound. 21.00 a pound. None Kcnuine without siKnature, All in ounco packages. which appears on every package. bolical. However ,lt is true that bunk shoot Ing, as a pa.time, it all bunk. The chief lament of some politici your ans I that they haven't enough Hades! Oh. no. they "Devil! fingers to shove Into the pie. haven't done that to you! Folks say they were queer, but they couldn't poison you with untruths like that!" rrlscllla crumpled down upon that Writ To-i- y one was alinnut Jubilant except I'ris-elllShe was tno( uncomfortable, an I hours before It wns time to go home she had wandered down to the lake and thought and thought and wondered. Kveryone had lieen pleasant, n eeryone always wa, but surely the "yonng set" hnd deliberately simt1ed her. It was probably her outlandish clothes she knew they were different nnd her hall". She had secretly admired the coiffure the girls were wearing puffed at the bark anil puffed at the ears nnd their skirt, too! Sho would try to change herself n btt If she only had some girl to help her; bnt she wouldn't nsk one of them no stree! Not when they had snubbed her so. Hut how she wanted to know! And how she wanted them to love her! A big tear splashed on the rock when she sat; then a shadow fell before her. I'rl'eilla' looked jip, and Into the eye of that model' of mntctillnenc, Itob Onle. She stared. He smiled. "Ml Ilradhawl" he aked. rrlftcllla nodded. Tvo come out here to ask you an awfully funny question," he began. "Hut tlrt I want to tell you I hinen't seen anj thing so sweet nnd loe!y and quaint a you for well, eter. I want to know jou. I want to be your friend. Will you be my frlendr And rriscllln didn't know ltob hadn't Intended saying an) thing of the kind when bis shadow felt acros the rock. The girl's expression chanced completely. An Illumination from luilde glowed In her eyes, a smile, tecliinlng with ber Hps, seemed to oner her face, and dimples appeared about her mouth. Then, as quickly, her coun tenance clouded. The glow went out. dlsapiicared, Ihn dimple and ltob sensed n chill. "What Is It. quulnt Frlseillar I'rlM-lllthought a moment, looking Mi night at hint. "How do I know you aren't the 'devil's Instrument' and that I won't 'land In hades' If If fond of and Embalmers Residence phone 33. Lancaster, Some Yuletide Beliefs ad-:ti- Kentucky. termed "a good gift of the gab," while those born on Christmas Day An old superstition says th'nt it U. are supposed to have less tongue and lucky to be born on Christmas Day. better rrnson powers. A daughter born on Christmas Day will grow up French peasants believe that In to being lucky Christmas Day to be wise, witty, and virtuous. A curious bequest for the benefit babies have the gift of prophecy while in Silesia there i a belief that of Christmas Day babies was left by By tho a boy born on Christmas Day will n mr.n who died in 1915. become either a lawyer or a thief. terms of his will each child born in Among Voiges peasants, children the testator's native town on Decembom on Christmas Kve are supposed ber 'JCth., receives five pounds as a to be endowed with what is vulgarly birthday gift. 9 This Bank Is Worth j Money To You. Are VOU Cnrrvilltr n "roll" of mnnne nmiinil In a your pocket? If so it is not earning anything for you. Possibly it It being frittered away little by little. TRY the better way, tho profitable way. Open a savings account nnd keep your money in this bnnk.. It won't fritter, but it WILL earn interest for you. t . i . For Your Copy . L, KELLEY R. P. D. No. SONS 1 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MMikrs of the lurlcy Tekacco Grower' Asocitioti Ce-yrmt- Hr 1 '1923 SPRING SEED CATALOGUE V WW. STWtS k CI. Incorporate HKMDMKX SLoulsville, KrXjHl y J rock and sobbed aloud. "They tried to, but they couldn't they haven't! Tell me I can live and lovo like other girls and still li-egood! Tell me. Hobert Calet" And Hobert Rale, the village Heau Itrumniel, forgot he had approached I'rlscllla Itradshaw, the village freak, on a dare, and became compassionate. "I tell you. oa my honor, you can live, and love, sad be .better than your aunts I And Iff tho straight roud to heaven the straighten I Waal you let ta lead your And ati oM. MSI 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. I Tno Central Racurd, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dsc 2 I 1922. m Parts GUY. Lan-caster ; te Buick Cars ARC NOW ON DISPLAY AT R. M. ARNOLD'S 6ARA6E COME IN AND SEE THIS WONDERFUL IMTROVEMENT THAT HAS BEEN MADE ON, 1923 CARS QUIET, SMOOTH RUNNING ENGINE, WONDERFUL POWER, AND CLOSE FITTING CURTAINS. It wns up to the Rulck Company, to produce a better car In orilcrto tnkc back the place that they previously held in the automobile world This they hove done and we arc quite sure anfl we ask you for your Inspections. Take their 1923 catalogue and turn to paire 24 for the SIX and page 40 for the FOUR and you will notice the changes that have been made. ma i StmmLurd vf Camparlmm ML WWW Buick Service and R. M. ARNOLD Open Every Week Night until Eight o'clock Nine o'clock in the Spring. Battle Trtcs Transplanted. One of the public piirWg In Sacra-rarntC'al, hn u grove of 14 trees all transplanted front battlefields of the CUII war. wilKht-currjIn- Danville, Kentucky. Phone 76 FOR SALE: Single Comb Rhode Mr. and Mr. Wm. Kinder and children, were visitor recently of Mr. Island Red Cockerel. These cockMr. Wm. Whittaker spent Satur- and Mrs. Wm. Ueczlcy nnd Mr. nnd erels were hatched from the Irixe Mrs. Mltey Bcnxlcy, of McCreary. Pen of Mrs. Luther Todd's Hock, day In Lexington. On Friday afternoon, Dec. 22nd., Beres, Ky. Price reasonable. Write Mr. J. I. Foley visited Mr. nnd Mils Dorris Bowling, at two o'clock at the AnUoch School to Mrs. James YantU Sunday. (12.21.St) Paint Lick, Ky. House there wil be an entertainment Mrs. John Donaldson left Tuesday nnd Christmas tree. A cordial in FOR SALE. If not sold privatefor Richmond, where she will upend vitatlon to all. ly before this date, I will sell at aucChristmas. Miss Cora Meadows and Mr. Gobel tion in front of Court House at two Mrs. Wm. Sutton was a visitor of I Mays were married at the home of o'clock Saturday, Dec. 23rd., at Lanand Mrs. W. J. Romans In Mr. the bride at 5 I. M. on Dec. 8th.. at caster, Ky., one trunk, one suit cose Tuesday. K.rlnn. Ivi-- Mn. Msv ! fhi. rhnrm. and one ring. G. C. Walker, Mr. Patience Prlchett, of Stanford, , ,i.U.htP of M, Mr. An.!r Trustee in Bankruptcy Is visiting her daughter Mrs. Henry Mt.ajowf, who formerly lived here. G. A. Abbott. Yatcr and Mr. Vntrr. until four yi.aM nK0 anJ a iovnJe Turner and tntrntiil -- ml nn rKrentlonnllv Misses LUCV and Nolle were Sunday visitors of Misses Annnfinc young woman. Her many friend' Mac and Lillian Kidd. here wish to congratulate Mr. Mays' It is the things we don't do that j uin-,o- n winning sucn a treasure nnu lueai requires .the most explaining. Little .Miss Iluth Kmbrj'i ' through life's Journey. Wc caster, was a visitor the past week of help-malinjlAV-tMn- d ft.. tf Mm, fa n anlnn The door of hope does not swing Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantls. did young man, has a lucrative posi- both ways. It is wide open. Mr. and Mrs Alford Poyntcr nnd children spent Sunday afternoon with tion as bookkeeper for a Lumber Co. No man ever loses interest in his May their at Copper Hill. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. William Lane, married life bem long and happy one wife as long as she keeps him guess Miss Maud Yater has returned ing. is the wish of friends here. home after a two weeks visit with Some people never allow their relatives in Lincoln county. FOR RENT! House on Richmond Wagging is too tongues to wag. Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, of street. W. J. Romans. slow. Kirksville, will spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward The scandal market thl aweek reThe Genuine, Long Leaf, Standing mains Arm, with the public demand Miss Mattie Bculah Cobb, of the Burlcy Price $1.50 per ounce. strong. Lexington road wm the guest Sunday C. 0. Layton, night of Miss Lcvcrne Whittaker. Never judge a man by the front Lancaster. Ky., It.' 1. l I Mr. and Mrs. William Walker were 1WI MIC Ulll IUUKJIIK " ll fUV Uf. . f, 1 Notice visitors Monday of their daughter, i ill- - uesi siuc. Mrs. Roy Prather and Mr. Prather. , The next teachers' meeting will be No man ever beats his wife. The Mrs. Wm. Whittaker and daughter, held in the Circuit Court room Sat fellow who does that is not entitled guests urday, January G, 1929, at ten o'clock to bt tailed a maa. Miss Laverne, were week-en- d of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Poyntcr, in A. M. P. H. Hopkins, Supervisor of Rural Schools, will address the teach Many a fellow advocates giving Lancaster. ers at this meeting. After the ad- people their just deserts and then Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark and Mr. dress and the close of the business howls when he geU his. Jim Clark, of Corbln, arrived Satur- session of the meeting, a social for day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. all the teachers will br given in the Borrowing trouble Is an unproAt-abl- c Clcve Clark. business. It is never worth the offices of the County Superintendent. Miss Mnry Drown, who is teaching Let all The teachers of the county efforts it takes to get it. at HryanUville, will be the guest be prrscnt. Patching-un quarrel is poor busiof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Respectfully yours, ness. It is better to make a new Drown during Christmas. Jas. 11. Abner, Supt. and take a fresh start. A Common Complaint. Too many people In this vat of tear think they art Independent Just beeiiu.i' they iirr habitually Insulting. St Joeph Vews-I'rv- , Eskimos Hold WhaU Rtgatta. Decktr Carries 718 Pounds. Among (In CaVlinns whale hunting dockers' In competition In l'rniux' I In- - winner curried 1s ini'rli in the tinturv of a regatta, a burden of Till xiini n distance of honors coins to the ImwI which kills the riot whale of llm seaion. 13 yards. Suspicions That Hurt Paradoxical but Trut. "Die htiiiwii anatomy l a wonderSnlr..ti that Hit mind of ef ful Idt of imvlmnlm. lMTVrd an grasps, are hut hiuirs; hut suplrlon apprentice. "Ye." agreed the fore- that nrv nrtlttelally nourUlml and put man, "I itnitnl Charles on th back Into the InlliiU of other. h4e stlngw. Lord Itacvn. and made III. head .Hell." Heard Around the World. It win Daiib-- I Webster, of limfrUlw able memory wlio spoke of "Tlint empire whuw morning drum-beafol lowing the mm nnd keeping company with Mm hours, encircle the Ktobe with nu uuliroki-- chain of the martial airs of Knglaiid." He had come arrixi the boundary to Toronto some eight years utid as he wrote he heard the drum heat out the reveille la the barracks near by. t, .,, I Votlh Your Fed Are a Fortune I Kijht now while j on have Sood fret you sImwU taVe care of them. You can't liavc comfottaMc fret if you continue to wear urdU Cracks At Creation. i I "Corns On." TIil hit of Aiuerlrnn "lant or and "iltnUt "crate," la relative!) nrw in modern ue. It is startling. thereftMe. to nnd that It occurs In (Iminvr "I'arlla-nieti- t of Kowles" In exartly th Ttie bird crow red of llstf nlng to a long illi nu'ii among , at last: the young raslr. ; nn. "Com off!' they tr)thyou will us shendel'" .' ul nary shoes with ugginir. arches. Arvb Preserver en. nio-vr- n 11 (arth hridfe keep yxtur fret vigorous ami healthy be caux: a comfortable and , Shoes with the concealed lal -- normal support is pro. vtded. Arch Preserver Shoes are in j;otJ st)le, enabling )tu to olwa)-lute )our f cct touk as yuu wuh. (2J-21-2- t) Exchange 1918 War Savings Stamp For Treasury Savings Certificates m v. sum raWSWSBSWSWMSSSMBSASBJS (12-21-t- f) EXCHANGE 1 I j K M c. THIS FOR. THIS JsBSSHSSlKtelMjbMEdl mirs tub nxrr well Thrsthlng d-p In p gar-mc- nt Tlie IhreKi.fns of barley In Tibet K n amuttng procesj. it I strewit erul lnclu-- 5 la an Inclomn- - of hard earth, into which rt ntiinhre of yaks, frlcliteoeil by the heating of drums, are driven hack and fwrth over tbe bnrlcr. Cood Reason, llootli. tho tntKodtnn (father of Pool), lMd a broken now. A lady once to Mm. " like your acting. Mr. Doom. Imt to be frank with you. I ran't-ipitset njee your noe." "No wonder, we.law." repllinl lie. "Tbe bridge is gone " Kd-wi- n Tlbst. sv The only- difference- bstween some people and some animals is that the nnimals object to the comparison. - A handsome woman command ad A good one, whether' miration. handsome or not, commands renpect. Ever) man should learn to pray. Then he will not be nt a loiu for words when he gets in a fight plare. A man with a real grievance selHe bottled it up dom mentions it. and lets It. work until tire cork blows out. A brfiiny woman unve that nil Men are moiilxy. bat she wns wrong. Some aw Jut plain asses, The world is full vt men who will dance attendance upon a flirt and then waltz up to thw altar with a sensible girl. It 'sn't always wise to speak adversely of your ueighbor. He may be Jiwt vindictive enough to tell the truth about you. ' Why not n'vo useful gifts at Christmas time? Wo have many lovely things that will please your family and your friends. These presents will mean so much more than something that can't be used. They will bring hap piness to those that receive them. Don't put it off but come In today and select what ycu want. The first ones here get the best pick. t OUR HARDWARE WEARS Tin. man with n halil heuil ihould not efel cust dawq. Powtibly he has so- many brains there is no room for tie hair to grow. - I IS ll'lng. . T i j Some men cannot resist the temn-itatlo-n to talk shop at a aocial gathrr- . They ... ... don't believe lor invir advertising. in paying There are two things In this world that we despair oi ever being; permitted to see a papuer in an evening dress ault, or a millionaire, in Truth In Italian Provsrkv, Whwu.ihlldreii arv Utile they make our lieuiU ui'titt: ubNt vruwii, our neurts. 'Italian Pruverb. rag. J WALKER BROS. ft Look Stamps was the greatest lesson In (BpecUl.) Savings Stamps ot thrift ever taught to the people ot tho 191S Issue, bearing a picture of the country Hundreds ot persons who George Waahlniton and green in had nefer before bought a governcolor. All such stamps are now being ment security or saved money became redeemed by lha Treasury leprt- - ownera ot War Savings Stamps, which ment ot the United States, as tbey they have held for live years, thereby only keeping Intact tholr have rdn their full course ot Cvn years. Tho stamps taay b eschanfed Inot but securing a generous rate of The e from the goernment. at any financial Institution or government believe mat icoso pertor the new Treasury Basing Immediately. The gov. sons who have held War Savings Certificate eminent, however, will not rodecm jStampe for tbe full period ot five seen tbem steadily years and taenii ra cash until Jon. 1. Treasury Department flgtires show grow from the prlco paid for them L. that there aro 190.000.tWO worth ot 1918 to their fare value ot Klve Dotheir by tho peo- llars, will readily exchange War Savings Stamps-helple at tho r"ourtb Federal Ileserve stamps for Treasury Savings CertifiDistrict. Many ot these hare- been cates, .which will increase In value blddsn away and perhaps the holders during tbe next five yrars In tho same hav forgotten about them, so that If manner as havo the 1918 War Savings you have any recollection of evor buy-la- n Stamp. School Savlnp,s. War Savings Stamps. It wguld pa.y you to look them up at this time Inasmuch as the school chllJrnn of aad sea It you own any of the 1918 the Fourth Federal lleservo District only the grten were Instruments! in tbe sale of apHowever, issue. stamp bearing tho picture of Ooorge proximately 1:5,000,000 worth of the Washington aro ap tor redemption at 1918 War Savings Stamps, Vernon M. itlegel. Director ot Kducatloa for Ohio, this time. has Issued an appeal to tbe boya and Bsware of Fake Stocks. War Savings Stamps ot the 1118 girls to continue their reinvestment Issue will bo accepted at live Dollars with the government. "It would be for nothing short ot tragic it the spfendld each, face value, in exchange Treasury Saving Certificates, which result of the thrift manifested by the will taaturn Ove years from Jan. 1, pupils during the war period should 1921. In the event that tbe boldor of now be lost through careless use or War Savings SUmpi doss not wish misuse of the proceeds," ssys Itlegel. Treasury Havings Certificates are Isto reinvest with the government, Treasury Department officials are de- sued la deaoattaatloaa oj 11,090, I10O sirous that holders consult with on- - sad 125, cesllas pIO.'W sad IJO.M. clals ot their local financial Institu- respectively. If held far tht full tions, so that this money may not be period of 8v years, they yield 4 par and cent, eetapaunded twt through bad Investment. The govsVntasnt calls attention to are free ef all state sad local taxes. Ha War Savings cssapalgn r I declsr-la- g Full lafefmatisa esa be secured at the t War Savings Iocs! iMMtessea. that th COLVMHl'S. O. Rsd" Olood Corpuscle. MmM enuii'les nre renllt) straw eohn when wn singly, hut when In mases they appear nil ami do g the blimd Its color, bright n-ml when fnll of otygrn dark rW. almot purple, when deprUMl r tfadr tixygen. In KcK-nllc- post-oinc- throush nHt- k..,, , ltn If Woman Has Sonie" Job. 'Hie buetnew mun h thinks It wife about rewl (iruMeHM la llouUt lhl. he - proWenwnliiimit,; ,, N lufug up with tbe fnfciit,i,s "the ruusj bo-.- ,, tu Milt as Hmo) .ln. a Hr are wh.-i.r xb fmully. (.-e nnii "tati'iaw" lilMStdf. ruu(ll blS iMt renlly nre .. he Jte I trlkNMfO, wiut aha rtiaiiv N..H.ri Irate Molbor (to isifatuiwl thiugh-leVttrfrl . ri itltoile fnu,h (fJ. B,lnBSt ) m IW.hr X., H.M. I. loni: ngo, for )i.ur fail,. And how many limes much lwe I wNheil I'd hud a light-hliirod ibHt ou b M chiiiL iur .,u f day-Par- J1HH(g ,y luun innrrlsKet g iN MBt-ansuall- Scotch "Howlsrv" Here are tome new "howlers" quotH In the I'rovlnilttl. tbe wage-sin- e of tliu Kdlnburgh ProlncUI Trulnlng ndlego; "Hocrutes lled of aa orerdiue of wedlock." "A wa suplal U un animal with a poudi In IU Moiunrh. Into which It retired when hard pre,-.!.- "An epitaph Is a short, sarrattlc "Iletkrlt wet lleary M the altar step and said, 'Vliat bo, " him." 'nr lleury micrvly tuasscrvd