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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 28, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922122801_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 28, 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. TMIMT THIRD YKAR LANCASTER. KY. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 28, 1922. Little NUHBIR 3. association ns the source of new In Arnold-Spea- ke Draws Stove regard to Uie affair of the associMr. Robert LmiI Speakr, son of The mlnature Majestic stove that Price Floyd, colored, and driver ation. Hut wn now know that much SERVICES greater publicity should be given than Mr and Mr. J. W Speake, and Miss was given away by Conn Hrother for the truck of the Garrard Milling ha been and that various matter Lilly Mae Arnold, attractive daugh last Saturday nfternoon was drawn Company, was severely Injured last Lexington Herald Makca Some that have either intentionally or un ter of Mr and Mrs. Tho Arnold, by Mr. Tom Wells, of this county. Thursday when a train on the South- Hcautifully Rendered nt ChrisTho drawing attracted a large ern Railway struck hi truck at the Ind., last intentionally been unrecorded in the doped , to Jcffersonvllle, Thncly SuRKctIons to Thti tian Church I,nst Sundny public prints should be recorded, so Saturday afternoon, where they were crowd and many little girls were dis crossing near Danville on the Har Hurley Association all may know the facts and false and married. It came as quite a surprise appointed that they should not hove rodsburg pike. Floyd was thrown The Christmas services at the Lexington unfounded charges may be dissipated to their friends, who will extend con held the lucky number. Mr. Wells from the machine nnd was knocked Christian church last Sundny were In ii recent Uue of the gratulatlons and best wishes upon has five little girl who were made unconscious. He was taken to the in the light of accurate Information, Herald n strong editorial appeared, over Joyous nt having received so Danville hospital and Immedlai-- j of unusual merit and helpfulness. A an Illustration, there was wide their return In the morning a Christmas cantata kindly and timely tup maklnir ume The bride is very beautiful Indeed handsome and valuable little stove. medical attention was given him. He entitled "Bothclhcm," wo given by gcstlens to the Hurley Tobacco Grow, Interest in the prices paid for the and the groom Is energetic, moral and ha recovered sufficiently to he million pounds of tobacco Association. The fifty-fou- r n deserving young man. brought home nnd is now improving. the choir. Mr. Mae Hughes Koland, Good Service sentl purchased from the association by the director and organist, nnd tho editorial so well expresses the Postmaster Ilrown ami his corp of The truck was badly damaged. Floyd singers had worked faithfully in pre mentt of the Record, we nre publish Mr. Kirk. It was entirely reasonable Middleton-Herr- on was returning from Harrodsburg and proper for the officer of the ns assistants, gave the public unusual paratlon and this work showed In the ing It here In fulL - Editor. Mr. Ham Herron, son of Mr. and good service during the holiday rush, where he had taken a load of tobacco practically perfect rendering of the "The Herald I glad that the of sociation to make no imnnuncement by nny Mr. Luther licrron, of this city, was keeping the window for the public for the Hurley Association. tlriit could cantata. fleers of the Hurley Cooperative As of these pr'.-chance lead t false hopes or ex- married in Cincinnati last Wedne. open evcrnl hours last Sunday and The auditorium had been decoroted sociation have announced publicly Legion in evergreen with a large white cross, through the column of the paper, travagant anticipation. Hut accord day to Miss Klizabeth Mlddleton, two hours over the usual time on On Tuesday, January 2nd., there immediately In front of the organ. the ailvancei which will he made on ing, to report it ha been some weeks daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mid Cristmas day in order to hand out the various grade of tobacco, and since that transaction was closed, the dleton, of this city. The marriage the large amount of packages that will be n meeting of the Heldel San The windows were draped subduing tho statement that the tobacco delivered and paid for. In is the culmination of a long and hap- was on hand. The public we are sure ford Post of the American Legion at the light, nnd candles were effective welcomes , The the I. O. O. F. Hall in Lancaster at ly placed in the decorations. members of the association are satli our judgmrnt every member of the py courtship and the many friends of are deeply grateful for thl sen-Iceassociation and every resident of the both extend henrty congratulations for no better or more efficient set of 7:30 P. M. choir members were clad in white'. fled with the prospect of the 102 In the surroundings Thl is a very Important meeting Everything crop and with the advance being hurley belt had a right to know what and wish them much happiness thru officials can be found than are those brightened the effect of the old but of their were the prices paid and what would life. They will make their home in in the Lancaster postofflcc. and it I; hoped that every paid to them on the deliver) man In Garrard County will attend. beautiful Christmas story as it was tobaceo at the receiving plants ol tns be the approximate amount for dis- Corbtn, Ky., where the groom holds tribution as quickly as the officer of a lucrative position with the I. & .V. If you are an man but told in song and scripture, readings. Mtrciation. Several requests that the cantata All reader of The Herald know the association had that Information. Kailroad. William S. Scott, aged G7 years, arc not a member of the American Ttre association is not only founded how earnestly we advocated the or died ot his home on the Huckeye pike Legion pleae bear In mind the ad- be repeated have been made; but at Murphy ganUatlon of the association, and on the basis of a democracy in which yesterdoy morning, after several vantage of belonging to such a real the present time it is not definitely each individual has equal voice with live 100 per cent American organi- known wheathcr it will bo repeated how persistently we have expres-eThe marriage of Mr. Homer Mur- months illness of tuberculosis. our confidence in the success of the every other Individual, but it is found phy, of this city to Miss Cora Dry ant, Mr. Scott conducted n blacksmith zation and come in on above mention- or not. If so, announcement will be association, Because of that ad ed on the principle of community daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hry business near his home for several ed date and turn In your application. made next Sunday morning. The evening services consisted of a vocacy and that belief, wc feel wc Interest, and the chief plea for Its ant, alio of this city, was solemrn year and was well liked by his neigh "You'll know and under- religious program. Again the decowill not be misunderstood If wo sue organization was that every class was (zed in Danville last Thursday eve bor and friends. He leaves n wife watch for the Go-Grations were very effective and the Rest, with all courtesy, that there Is, Interested and would benefit through ning. Immediately after the cere- and several children, who have the stand" different parts well rendered. The In our judgment need for greater its successful operation. mony the happy couple motored thru deepest sympathy of all in the loss taMan. story of the birth of Christ was deIf a personal reference may be per- to Cincinnati, where they spent of n father and husband. publicity In regard to the alTairs of Ilurial To Members picted In song and pantomime. The the association than there has here- missible, we realized fully that the or several days, returning to this city took place today In ti.e Lancaster Madonna, the Wise Men and tho tofore been. In making this sug- ganization of the association meant Tuesday where they will make their cemetery' Growers having Registration Num Shepherds were Impressively repregestion wc think It Incumbent to say a direct curtailment of the advertls home. Mr. Murphy is one of the bers from 1 to 91 inclusive, will please sented while the singing, a in the that we do not know a better news Ing revenue of The Herald. With the foremost and most competent meGood call Garrard Warehouse (Phone No. morning, was very beautiful. The paper man or publicity man than J. tobacco warehouses In competition, chanic at Hascldrn Hros. Garage and SOS) and get date for delivery, for A splendid crowd turned out lust young men and women of Mrs. Cur Sherman Porter, who ha charge of The Herald could count on advertis- ha many warm friends who will conrey's Sundny School Class put the the publicity of the Hurley Assoc- ing patronage during the selling sea- gratulate him upon winning his Friday to attend the personalty next week. All members who have not regis pageant on and thereby placed sale of household effects of Sam Cot the iation, but we realixe, of course, that son to the extent of thousands of do- charming young bride. ton. The bidding was never more tered, who have tobacco READY FOR congregation and many others of the he not only should be, but must be, llar. With the association in control spirited than at this sale and even- DELIVERY .may call by phone or In community under obligation to them. of all the warehouses, there would, of controlled by the policy of the thing sold well. The household goods person and receive your Regjstration Large crowds filled the auditorium In our judgment that course, be' no such revenue. The and The dining Number and watch the ntfier each morning nnd evening. At the close It was quite a surprise to his totaling about 12,500. policy ha so far been a mistaken merchants of Lexington and of every of the pageant in the evening a thank town in which there was n loose leaf friends in Garrard when the news room set brought S 15.00 and was week for your number. . one. G. A.Orown, Mgr. offering, consisting of provisions and We appreciate fully ihat those who market realized that there would be reached here of the marriage of Edi- purchased by Mrs. J. T. Coy, of Modi (It) money was made. Some of those in are not trained to appreciate the need a curtailment of retail trade during tor B. C. Walton, of Stanford and son. Col. Am Hourne was the aucneed in the community were rememfor publicity, particularly those whose what had been the congested season Mrs. Anna Evans Miller, of Mt. Ver- tioneer uad did his work well, as he New Champion Cow non, the cermony taking place in ge orally does. bered and a barrel of canned fruit lives have been spent In the con for the sale of the whole crop. and preserves was ent to the Orphan Hut the merchants and The Herald, Louisville last Moday afternoon. The duct of private business, have an In Buys City Home at Louisville. nate, a well a cultivated aversion accepting and adopting the plea that groom is editor and publisher of the The money ofy With a rec the best to. publicity, and It Is not unnatural the association is ,in essence, a com- Interior Journal, one of Mr. Charily Higsby has recently ord of 24,907 pounds of milk contain- fering, amounting to about $75.00, that the officers of great organlxa munity organization, aided in every country newspaper In the state, purchased the property of Clarence ing 825.3 pounds butterfat equiva- was sent to the Board of Ministerial Relief to help pension the aged mintion, far and away the most impor way possible to bring it into life and white his bride owns ami edits the Green on Danville avenue, for S4.G00 1,031.(1 pounds butter. Oak- lent isters among the Disciples. tant in the hurley belt, should to a to make it a success, and the bankers ML Vernon Signal. fcne is alio the cash and v.111 move with his family wood to Segis Dc Kol Johanna, an large extent be controlled by the of the Blur Grass also rendered most) official stenographer in her district to Lancaster In the next few days. purebred Hotitein, is the new same feeling that would be dominant nbtable service. Kvery banker, ev- and holds n secretarial position on Wc are glad to welcome Mr. Higsby Church News tho State Kailroad Commission. She and his family and trust their sojourn Kentucky chapmlon butter producing and proper in the conduct of a private ery merchant, whether in u city or at cow over all breeds and ages. She a cross-roadand charming with us will bo permanent. every contractor, every is very attractive The Joint program given by tho corporation. is owned by the Kentucky Holstcln Sunbeam and tho Junior Union last Tho Hurley Association, however, business man, has an interest to know ytjung widow. This is the third Farm at Bardstown. I Sunday evening was interesting and not In any sense a private cor- quickly the amount of money receiv- matrimonial venturv for the groom More instructive and enjoyable by all presporation. One of the chief argu- ed by the association, the amount of and a more popular gentleman does Mrs. C. M. Hulette, of Hry ants Notice to A host of ent. The treat for the Sundny school ments In favor of its organization debt that the association owed, and not live in Kentucky. sold twelve turkey a few weeks was the somewhat revolutionary pro the amount, therefore, that will bo Garrard friend extend hearty con vllle There has been a number of boy scholars was given out at the closo ago that weighed 12 pounds and for vision that every member should have distribute to the growers. It is not, gratulation. playing in the cemetery. Signs that of the program. which she received $80.08. Another were posted throughout tho cemetery equal voire. In a corporation the in our judgment, either wise or prop-- 1 The services next Sunday will bo extra good turkey sale. member vote I measured by the er fur there to be any further rcten-tio- n have been removed by some one. of Interest to nil, but to members In Sells of that knowledge by the officers amount of stock he owns. In the LOST: A Cameo Pin. Liberal This will have to be stopped and all particular, as wc will have a roll call The James Swope farm containing Hurley Association It Is not measur- of the association beyond the day parents are asked to please Instruct of tho membership. Tho topic for 217 acres was sold last week, private reward If returned to this office or ed by the amount of land he controls, they knew accurately tho amount that ly their children to stay out of the the morning will be "Visions nnd Phone 215. to Mr. J. II. Goggins, of Lincoln by the amount of tobacco he pledges, will be distributed. cemetery, If not parents will bo held Vows," and in the evening there will county. The farm lies near Hubble Thursday Friday Saturday responsible. By order of the board. be a watchnlghtservlce, topic, "What nor by tho service he renders, but is There are other incidental matters and is considered a good one. The December 28th., 29th., 30th. S. B. Henry, Supt. of the Night." (It) thl very ultimate development of which we believe should bo made pub price .was not given out. at The Sunday School and Young Peodemocracy In that the individual, as lic, if our view of the function, the Humans' Opera House Watch the Record next week ple's services at the usual hour. nn Individual, has equal voice with spirit and the future of the associThere is but one All Star Vaudeville Review All are invited to attend our ser and you'll know the every other Individual in determining ation u correct. The association is, Man. C 8 People 8 Acts 5 Man. by vote the policy of the association. In our Judgment, founded on tho posvice. A Guaranteed Attraction Ground BarUy, Cremo Dairy Feed, To make this clfectlve, every mem tulate, and its future depend on the Change of Program each night ber should have as full Information as assumption, that it will secure tho ser- Horts and Muto Fed, Wheat Mid. Burley Members also it I posslblo to transmit to him, vices of the very best men whose ser- dlini., Purina Cow Chow, Purina Pig Hudson A Farnau, Thursday Dig Feature Picture about every matter that can be re- vices can be purchased for every po- Chow. Friday Hurricane Hutch Serial vealed without Injury to the associ sition from the most modestly paid employe to the highest saLiried of- trol. There have been two short Saturday Famous Player Feature ation. Ford Price The Hurley Association, however, ficer. It should not be a question crops of tobacco; the crop this year, Packard Show Children lCcts. Is not In any sense a private cor- of price but a question of efficiency is declared to be of the best quality Adults 35ct. Gallery IScts. poration. One of the chief argu- and of service rendered, and there Is that has been produced in the last ments in favor of its organization no justification for the employment decade. Hsllard's Kentucky Farm FeeJ, was the somewhat revolutionary pro- of any man in any position, high or The real test is yet to come. It is Ballard's Puro Wheat Uran, Tankace vision that every member should low, except that he is tho very best far bettor that every person in the for hogs and chickens. In our Hlue Grass shall be made to realize have equal voire. In a corporation man Unit can be employed. Hudson & Farnau. the member1 vote I measured by the opinion, no public officer is more re- that the officers and representatives sponsible far the future comfort, cul- of the association have no false pride Amount of stock he own. In the RulHurley Association It is not tHitasur-e- d ture and hajtlnM of tho barley belt of opinion, and have nn intense do by the amount of land he con- than the officer of tho Hurley As- tire to keep In touch with every ing in trols, by the amount of tobaeco he sociation. If wo be eorrect, each class of the community, bankers, pledges, nor by the service he ren- and every ae of them oceuplos a dual newspaper wen, farmers all who Universe tiers, but I the very ultimate develop positio- n- Umt of an officer of the make up the great mass upon tho Universal forces operate on the mr.t of democracy In that the indivi- ajkttM ktitsn. and of a servant of the sentiment of which depends, ultimate law of vibrclion. people upon whose support tho success ly, tho continued success, of the as dual, as an individual, has equal voice In the human body the mental im with every other individual in deter- of tho association depends. Wo sociation, and when mistakes, arc pulses (mental faratts) dativored from mining by voto the policy of the at therefor think it nwt only wise but mado to give the definite, accurate the brain to svory part of the body incumbent upon las officers of tho information in regard to those mis soc ation. artt simply mental vibrations. To make this clfeetive, every memto have it a matter, of us takes, so that they may not bu mag 100 pvr cent considered by us ber should hnvo ns full information general knowledge a it is in regard nified eilhvr through Ignorance or as the perfect is dogro. When the a it is possible to transmit to hlro.l t Tubiic officers, who are the of intent. mntal forces are hindered, do not about every matter that can be re- fleer, why they are ohoson, and the Wo earnestly hope the officers of vibrate at least 100 per cent, we have vealed without injury to tliu associ wagM or tamrios paid to them. the association will direct the public- a diseased body the coll structure It May Us that M,iy will differ with ity department to furnish the news ation. ceases to function normally. may be of sours, that we are papers nil fact in which the memWe feel somewhat responsible for u. It Adjusting tho subluxated vertebra tho policy that has been followed. in error. Hut wo believe every mat- bers of the association and the pub- in the spinal column assures 100 per Duo to our earnest purpose to do all ter affecting the association that can lic are interested, for we desire to cent nervous flow of energy vibraposslblo to aid tho nssoc'atlun and be made public without injustice to continue the present arrangement, tion i not hindered. nothing that could Injure it, we glad- others or injury to the association, under which tho new of the associII. B. Wade, D. C, Chiropractor. ly agreed, if, in fact, we did not sug- should be made public. ation conic through the accredited s Office hours 9 to II A. M. and i Drawn bjll.jrPuUom Tho officials of the association arc representative gest, that thu association Itself have of tho association, 2 to 5 P. M. Uncle IIcnry:--"- I an authorised publicity man to give human. They are liable at time to rattier than to resume the practice of Joined the Burley Pool early and I have since Bvcnlngs, Sunday and Holidays by .to the public, in authentic and ae1 make error. Tremendous success gathering that news through the regu cleaned nip every debt I owe. You now behold a happy and prosperous appointments. (it.) man" (ewrate form, tho information which has attended the first year of it lar stuff and crops of correspondents Uncle Silas: "Well, I did the sume thing, and since receiving pay Wtld be given. A a corollary of operation, due in large measure to of The Herald, with the possibility Ballard's Obsllsk Flour Is purs, mat arrangement, the members of the ability and servico of the officers, always of not being able to secure asaltfcful sad dsHcious. Try sack ment on my recent deliveries of tobacco I have on hand more money The Herald force were Instructed to but also due in Urge measure to It accurately when It Is given by those today. W d.Mvsr la town. than I know what to do with. By the way, If you happen to run across look only to the representative of the causes aver which they had no con- - who do not have full knowledge. HttWM ft Farmau. anybody who needs any money Just refer him to me." OUR SENTIMENTS Train Hits Truck CHRISTMAS EXPRESSED Meeting Scott Bryant d et Burley Sale asso-elatio- Editor Walton Marries - Property For Kentucky semi-offici- 3GS-da- eight-year-o- ld Baptist Turkeys Parents Farm Go-Gctt- a- Go-Gett- a- Pleased "Vibration" isThe Factor The asssx-ialiti- p Th Central Record, Lancaaur. Ky., Thursday, Dec 28, 1922 PROSPECTS FOR AG RICULTURE IN BRYAN TgmLK Mrs. C. M. Dean was,ln Danville Friday. Prof. K. M. Adams Is the guest of relatives at Whltcsburg. New Year's Statement and reMr. W. K. Davis was at homo from Lexington for the week-ensume of Agricultunl ConMr. and Mrs. J. Hogsn Ballard ditions and Prospects spent Wednesday in Lexington. from Secretary of Mr. Andy Croushom wan at home Agriculture Wallace from Lancaster for the "week-envisiting Miss Elizabeth Swopc I Twelve months ago most of the six Miss Christine Swope, at Lancaster. million fanners of the United State were starting on the long hnrd climb Miss Margaret Scott, of Lancaster, ot of the valley of economic depres is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott, sion. They have not yet attalncil Jr. the heights which are bathed In the Mr. and Mrs. R. P. llrown spent grateful sunshine of prosperity. the week-enwith relatives at StanSome, Indeed, have fallen by the way. ford. In the valley. Never- Others arc still at Miss Margaret Croushom l theless, as we stop a bit and look Xmas we can see that very con home from llcrea for her backward siderable ground has been gained by Miss Hazel Carson Is spending the. the great majority, and we can enter renewed hope and holidays with her parents, at Rich the New Year with with that courage which comes from mond. Miis Mary Brown Is spending thoi the realization that we arc really making progress. holidays with her parents, near Lan-- , Start la New Year right by having new Tools-t- hen A year ago, when speaking of the caster. you will be able to do better work. , prospects for farming in 1S:!2, I said Miss Elizabeth King is at home Better work meant advancement- - advancethat while there was no reason to ex- from E. K. N. S., Richmond, for the! ment means ownership ownership means indepenpect boom times for the fnrmcr In holidays. dence. the near future, there was promise Messrs. Z. P. Hentty and Wesley Supply your HARDWARE NEEDS at our store. o fbettcr times, both for the farmer Sutton arc at home from llcrea for, You will find our TOOLS the highest quality. They and for those whose business is the holidays. are made of the finest of steel and keep their edge. largely dependent upon him. The Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Iloner, of Lebyear has brought fulfillment of that Our prices are reasonable. Mrs. promise. Speaking generally, times anon, were gcusts of Mr. and C. C. Decker, Monday. are better, much better, than a year OUR HARDWARE WEARS ft... Vlnla nn.l .twnn !?nLln nr. ago, both for agriculture and for In Millersburg,! at home from M. F. C, dustry. Crops have been good, on hte for their Xmas vacation. Trices of the crops are mostwhole. Mr. George Hroaddus, of Decatur, ly considerably higher. While there III, has been visiting his parents, Mr. j has been a corresponding advance in and Mrs. W. J. Hroaddus. y Mrs. the prices of the things the farmer II. - Elder, of Nlcholssvllle, Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Montgomery! Mrs. W. K. Davis was hostess must buy, the total sum which farm- and children, of Paint Lick, have been for the members of the W, C. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Guerrant, of ers will receive for the crop of this visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ilryant. indwiche Delicious and Louisville, Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and T. U. year is greater by a billion and a half Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr., were hot chocolate were served and the Min Marguerite .Woolfolk, of Lexdollars or more thsn that which they dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T, afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed by ington. Mr. Kliza II. Ilallanl and received for the crops of last year. Scott, Sr., nt Lancaster, Sunday, Miss Mayme Lee Ballard. every one present. This will certainly mean better times Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 lot an Ballard en Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Perkins were on the farm, and farm folks will be a. Look out for the Mon- tertained Christmas Kve with a dr. able to ease up a little on the grind guests of relatives at Stanford Man I lightful course dinner at one o'clock ing economy they were forced to day for the Xmas family dinner. The wise man keeps moving Mr. and Mrs. Ollle lloain, of Paint at their beautiful country home, practice the preceding year. There Is no gold to be found The labor cost of producing the Lick, were here Monday, the guests Pine Crest." It Is their regular cus crops of 1922 was still further re- or Mrs. Rhoda Wylie and Mis Kthel tom to have a Xmas dinner for their in other people a tracks. relatives and the occasion Is always duced. There were some substantial Wylie. Telling the truth is often a real Much reductions in freight rates. Mr. Lawrence Rose, of New Albany anticipated with a great deal of pleas- test of courage when the other felhelpful legislation has been enacted Ind., has been visiting his grand- ure by those who are fortunate low is a husky scrapper. The house was In- mother, Mrs. Jane M. Rose and other enough to attend. and more will be this winter. artistically decorated with holly, mis Nineteen twenty-thre- e terest rates ar elower and the credit relatives. is eay to The write. We trust it will be quite as This has strain has been eased. The many friends of Mr. G. C. tletoe, ferns and narcltus. easy for you to conquer. made It possible for many farmers Rose are very, much grieved to hear table was very attractlvo In its and the Xmas colors, red who arc rather heavily involved to that ho has not been so well for sev- Whatever your successes of the and green being carried out In the refund their obligations and get ral days. decorations, also the lees, cakes and past, they should not measure up to themselves In condition to win thru. Mrs. H. - Klder. of Nicholasvllle, There are still some dark spots. is spending several weeks with her mints. In the center wss a lovely those of the coming year. In some sections weather condition daughter, Mrs. J .llogan Italian! at poimettia and the place cards were tlctn-Fails as Fertiliser. also done In polnscttias, while silver were unfavorable and crops were Tine Crest." HreeM - -- '.'IK, l,nt hare failed to candlesticks with red candles were short, and farmers in these sections Miss Amy Dawes, of Georgetown attractively placed which added great show tU)t vtrr ncltr makes seeds are having a very hard time of it. sprout any fno- high, es College, U spending the Xmas holi ly to the beauty of the table. A Freight rates are still too Hew to PIju. pecially for those who must pay for day with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. most delightful four course menu If o mum to get rich from writ-InD. A. Dawes. was served and certainly was enjoyed n haul to market. writf the Mirt of iliins Hint Is rrail Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson by'sch guest. In the late afternoon Taxes are high, but this is largely by wrini who move their lips when due to the increase in local taxes, and daughters, Hazel ami Dorothy, the hosts gave the guests quite a they rri! m IhwwlT.Hc" D,m Marover which farmers themselves must spent Xmas day with Mr. and Mrs. pleasant surprise, as a Xmas tree had quis. In the NVw Wrk Nun. M. O. Kennedy. been arranged In the upper sore exercise control. Locking Dtsth In th Psc. There will be services at the which was most lovely in its decoraThere has been gratifying growth iVntli Imi not frtchli'tt o how. I marketing Methodist church next Sunday both tions and each guest was remember-c- d In farmers' cooperative with gifts. The hosts, Mr. and ililntr it u ilk.- - iMkio: rlilomfonii ; associations, and more of them are morning and evening by the pastor, Mrs. Ballard were also remembered dwi't Mruscle scnlnst It. hoJd Hie luin.J being organized on n sound business Rev. A. P. Jones. if Among It n frleml. ant It l not linlf tiuit with basis. Miss Mayme Lee Dullard returned with a large number of gifts. Irillllw nf not fur ni am! lumtin help which ha home Wednesday after spending a those present were Mr. and Mrs. for you. I'nw "Wonls in rain." let Aside from the Hughes ter Morgan Sparks, Master been given by the legislation and by wet'k in Lexington, the guest of Miss .rlen liy n djlnc KiiclUliuntuan Sparks, Mis Alice Hughes ,Mr. and l her iloctor. administration activities, strong cca- - Margaret Woolfolk. nomtc farces arc at work to restore Miss Margarvt Dean, who attends a more normnl relation between agri- school at Nlcholasville, is spending culture and other industries. her vacation with her parents, Mr. The peril in the agricultural de- and Mrs. C. M. Dean. i pression is more keenly realized by "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" Mr. C. M. Dean, who has been other groups than ever before, and quite ill for several days is very much on every hand a sincere desire is being evidenced to do what can cb done better and his numerous friends are safely to help the farmer better his delighted to see him out again. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE ANNOUNCEMrs. W. T. Woolfolk and Miss condition. Kverything considered, we have Marguerite Woolfolk, of Lexington, MENT OF OUR MARCH BRED SOW SALE, WILL guests of Mrs. E. II good reason to expect still better were week-en- d In the year Ilallanl and Miss Mayme Ballard. things for agriculture SELL FIFTY HEAD OF EXTREME BIG TYPE Mrs. W. 11. Smith entertained Sun 1023. . day with a delightful family dinner POLANDS WITH A DIXIE GUARANTEE Some people don't know when to and Misses Ktta and Keba Smith, of BRED H 3 quit because they never start. Lexington, were nt home for tho oc casion. IN ULU KtrUULKT. JUDSON Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose and Mas ter James Lear Rose were guests for Mr. Hubert Scott is very ill at this dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wil writing. liam Lear at their home near LanMrs. Lee Simpson was In Lancas caster. SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP. ter Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Skinner were Miss Mattle Mae Crank has been in Mercer county Sunday for tho an LANCASTER, KY. ill with a severe cold. nual Xmas dinner of the Skinner The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence family. Miss Jennie Skinner return N'nylor has been christened Gladys ed home with them for n visit. Louie. Mr. E. T. Sanders, of Paris, has Miss Maud Crank and mother and been the guest of Miss Bernlce MontMrs. Nannie Naylor were in Lancaster gomery. They wcroj entertained 'SunW. ii. DICKERSON W. 0. R1GNEY Thursday. day at a delightful dinner by Mr. and 6 Mr. W. M. Humphrey and daugh Mrs. J. A. Clark, of Danville. ter, Miss Leola, were In Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulley and Wednesday. Miss Bessie Gulley moved Tuesday Mlsa Ktta Lou Naylor is visiting to their home which they recently her brother, Mr. Clarence Naylor and purchased at Lancaster. Their many friends here regret very much to lose Mrs. Naylor. . Stella Mae, the little daughter of this excellent family. died Misses Katherlne Miller, of LouisMr. and Mrs. Charlie Poynter Residence PttOM S3. Office Phone 18. Wednesdsy about noon. The child ville, Anna Lee Eubanks, of Stanford, took ill Sunday and only lived a Opal Hendrlx, of Flemlngsburg and short while. The friends of Mr. and Joy Taylor, of Danville, are expected guests of Miss Mrs. Poynter sympathize with then to be the week-en- d Jane Bowling. in their sad loss. To Our Friends-T- ie Public I 123 We want to thank you earnestly for your favors during the year that is the year that clos-in- g and hope for a continuance during is soon to be ushered in. d Wishing you all a very Prosperous and Happy New Year. McRoberts Drug Store ' Mountain Sheep Improved by Uss of Purebred I Rami Using purebred rams on the comhcep of Kentucky in tests at the Kentucky Agricultural experiment Station, added all the way s of a pound to from more than two and a half pounds of wool to the average of five pound which these animals generally shear and In practically every instance Improved the quality of that wool, according to a new bulletin, "Breeding Experiment with Kentucky Mountain Ewes," which has Just come off the press at the experiment station of the College of Agriculture. The new publication summarizes the results of experiments that have been carried on by the station since 1015 to show how the native mountain ewes of the state could be berd up with purebred rams. Rams of the Rambouillct breed should be given careful consideration by Kentucky sheep men when they are considering the blood to use in building up their flocks, the new bulletin points out. This was found to be the most satisfactory breed for improving the mountain ewes. Ewes from this cross produced heavier, finer ahd more valuable fleeces and when bred to purebred mutton rams they produced market lambs of bet ter quality and type than the Iambs from the common mountain ewes. Southdown, Cheviot and Hampshire rams also were used in the experiment. The grade Hampshire lambs resulting from crossing the mountain ewes and purebred Hampshire rams gained rapidly and were ready for market sooner than those from any of the other crosses. However, they lacked the quality of the Southdown and Cheviot grades. mon mountain three-fourth- The Southdown grades had excellent quality and good mutton form but gained slowly and required a longer time to reach marketable weights than those from the Cheviot, Hampshire and Ramboullct crosses. Rams of the four breeds used in the experiment sired lambs that were more meaty, crew more rapidly, were of finer quality and dressed out a higher percentage than lambs sired by scrub rams. The new bulletin, which Is No. 243 may be obtained by writing the Experiment Station, Lexington. WALKER BROS. Fri-daI- i Go-Cctt- J for-wa- nl. keepshildren well and strong THIN, pale, impoverished blood children frail, backward Pepto-Manga- n creates a Gude's bountiful supply of pure, red blood, restores bodily strength, brings back color to the checks and builds firm, flesh. For over 30 years Gude's has been recommended by leading physicians as a tonic and blood Your druggist has it emicher. liquid or tablets, as you prefer. d Pcpto-Mang- an I- . Gudefe Tonic and Blood Enricher All good, no harm, so don't be alarmed when you see the "Go-Getta-Ma- n. Killing husbands has become a popular pastime with wme women. It saves a trip to Reno. May the new year bring you unlimited prosperity. Then you will not miss the subscription prices of this paper. ARE YOU A CUS- - TOMEB OF PUBS? IF NOT, WE BOTH LOSE. ... THIS IS TO NEW RESIDENTS AND THOSE WHO HAVE NOT FAVORED US WITH A TRIAL ORDER. Dixie Stock Farms. Other good people in this community have found it to their financial advantage to become steady customers of ours, because as a general store we sell practically everything, and our enormous volume of business enables us to cut the price clear down to the limit. Wise buyers are always willing to try a good thing at least once. When may we expect you? Your Produce is same as cash. 1 " W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. Funiral Dirictors and Ewbalmtn Lancaster, Kentucky. t Th Central Record. Lancastar Ky. Thursday, Dec 28, 1 922. mils sin CONTINUES BLACK jO IS UNLUCKY DAVENPORT MyssM By ALICE Start The New Year BY TRADING WITH hi XrCior .Vtwtpr Kb.IciI.J wrs known far ami wide a a husband; steady as the rock of (Iltirultnr. An steady as It Mas, at (0 Hub mtxIH I tine lie was In Letty, Wife, was a veritable ffsdahmit. lUAt renmnM rated In voln. dpalr. I BROWN STORE SELLS would dlMolve Into tears a way she liml; but when tier lean dried she was mi tlm tnt nijnln with her crnnlei. ('online down on tin Ml.'., Hob rsn nrnti ("barley, tin latest victim of matrimony. Poor Charley wns In the tliriTu of Irullgestlnn. "If tlrnce could only to cook,' innmird Charley. "Hut you can't sym pathize, Is filch a 'orh at that sort of thing." "Ye, Mn Is," admitted Hob; "but what would )ou dn If your wlfo In- nlted nn going out every nighty "I'd bent her to It." Charley assured him. There Is only one thing for ymi to do. Iloh," Chnrlry told him. There Is mi old superstition that says If you want to keep n rat yon mut butter ... ........ i.... t . ..-i- .. . Ia-U- I'tty Currey TO OUR PATRONS:- - & G-ulle- y We have lind n j?ood year of business, THANKS TO YOU. Now it is a privilege and a pleasure to extend to you our grateful appreciation of your splendid support. We trust 1923 will be both pleasant and prosperous for you. Vow, Itoh liftd a deep ENTIRE STOCK DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES AND GROCERIES SUPREME OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY BEGINNING SATURDAY, JAN. 7th, 192? We will have SPECIAL AUCTION for one hour, 3 to 4 o'clock P. M. and continuing every Saturday and Court Day through the month. Bear the time in mind and be on hand ready lo bid. No one can afford to miss it. TERMS OF SALE CASH Produce taken in exchange for Merchandise. Bring us your eggs and we will pay the highest Market Price. although he would hare died rather thnn admit It. If ho could butter laity's feet If he could h would try It and sop how It worked. Letty met him at the door. htitddlng oir, as usual. She served tho delirious dinner and enjoyed watching him eat. As soon as he bad finished hi hearty meal and slw had eaten like a bird, she drew him Into the cozy living room. "I hare a secret for you. Hob," her eyes dancing, MI am going to stay at home tonight, nil alone with you." "Letty, are you sick V Hob was really anxious. "Don't nib It In now, honey, or I'll change my mind." .SIio wns In Iht most charming iiich1. SIm- - sung Ids favorite song", she played Ids favorite selections; slm nmdu Imrmlon drinks delicious all the more because they were liannle". "Why enn't It Ik- - like this all the time. LettyT he asked her. "Could onythlng lie better than thtar Now tatty could have been disagreeable and replied In return: "So, nothing could be nicer for you, but what nbout mi . I have done the cooking, the entertaining, tho talking, and I am almost exhausted. I have given and you havo taken." Hut slio was a wle tatty and knew better than to spoil n perfect "My dear boy," she smiled In her enrhantlng way, "you enjy this It Is so rare. If we bad a night like this every night In the week you would soon tire of the monotony. You harn't even read your sporting news. Hob. I must have charmed you, sure- rein of tier-stltlo- n, CURREY Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky Twenty-tw- o Crittenden county farmers and their wives are cooperating with County Agent John R. Spencer and the extension division of the College of Agriculture in keeping records on the number of eggs laid by their hens In order to show their neighbors how good feed and the right kind of care helps hens lay more eggs In winter. Limestone as a means of building up soils and boosting crop yields is getting Increased attention from Webster county farmers living In the Slaughters community, County Agent Lloyd E. Cutler says. Seven of them this fall ordered 80 tons which will constitute the 'first limestone they have ever used on their farms. Demonstrations on stripping and grading burley put on In Pulaski C& GULLEY county through the cooperation of the Hurley Tobacco Grower' Cooperative Association and the extension division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington furnished the means of showing scores of farmers in that section of the state how to strip and grade their leaf crop to the best advantage, County Agent W. C. Wilson says. A total of 63 farmers attended the six demonstrations held In different parts of the county. Wayne county farmers arc continuing to take steps for the Improvement of their poultry flocks, County Agent II. J. Hayes says. Eight purebred breeding cockerels recently were placed on farms of the county while another model poultry house was completed. Purebred livestock is gaining in numbers on Leslie county farms, County Agent T. H. Uritton says. Four purebred are among the latest additions to the list. LANCASTER, KY. Ray, Mrs. A. C. Miles and Miss Kthel acting as the leaders. Junior club Ray read "Ana is not at Peace." Mrs. work, soil improvement, health and T. C. Jenkins read "The Wise Men sanitation, home beautificatlon and Hugh Kurtz were In Mr. and Mrs. . to the roads will get attention in the ProcSeeking Jesus." Song--"Jo- y Danville Thursday. World." Roll call with tl members tor community with Albert Tlrey, MIm Laura Uelle Todd I visiting and one visitor present. Personal Albert Hall, Mrs. Strat Kvans and her home this wet k in Aurora, Ind. Sternberg visits made 'J3; Mr .Hand Mrs. William work for December Fruit growing, Mr. Oscar Carter, of Herca, U trays 10; cash 135.50. Meat, pre- acting as leaders. serves, apples canned fruit, cakes and poultry, hogs, soil improvement and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. in the MIm Lucille Stapp, of Lancaster, several garments for Xmas remem roads will receive attention with Miss Mar' brances and 21 boxes of fruits, candy, Rocky Hill community, according to pent the week-encrackers,, sugar and two sacks of the program of work outlined for that Kurt i. district. The leaders in the different Mrs. A. C Miles and Mr. and Mr. Hour were sent to the sick by the In Nicholaivlllo ladles. For the year 1922 the W. M. projects include Robert Ilrandcnburgi Hubert Carter were U. has sent to headquarters of W. M. Mary Roland, J. W. Kvans, Samuel Saturday. In personal work at home, Doncyway and Hill Congclton. U. $30.76 Mr. Margaret Adami it spending ISO. 60. . the Long Shoal community, junior the Christmas holidays with relatives club work, poultry, corn, hogs and in Richmond. fruit will get attention with Samuel Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Kay entertain Lec Taylor, Mrs. Sarah Palmer, D. V. ed their children and grandchildren, Chllders, Robert Taylor and Walker To Improve Christmas Kve. Taylor acting as the project leaders. Home Mrs. T. S. I'ieratt and daughter, Ktlzabeth Gordan, have been visiting Farmers and thir wives In five difrelatives in Richmond. ferent communities of Lee county, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and son cooperating with the extension diviGreetings! Another year of opguests of Mr. and sion of the College of Agriculture at portunity is before you. were week-enMrs. Wm. Jenkins at Newby. Lexington, have organized commun. The man who watches his steps Mrs. U. W. Sanders and daughter, ity clubs and mapped out definite seldom has to resort to jumping. Itny and prssrams of work for their sections Miss Hope, Misses Kthel The world is looking for a strong spent Tuesday in of the county in an effort to better Sullle Lou Tcater, Richmond. their farms and homes, according to man to save it. Are you game? The Christmas tree at the school County Agent T. II. Jones. Thej Hy wishing your enemy a happy-neyear you might convert him into auditorium Friday was beautiful. communities involved in the project Santa was there with presents for all include Uelle Point, Kash, Proctor, a friend. Rocky Hill and Long Shoal. the children. Some women pay compliments In planning the programs of work Mrs. Krnest Chrisman and little coming year, representative when angry. They call the other daughter, Doris Rose, of Danville, for the woman smart. wives in each of havo been visiting her parents, Mr. farmers and their Some people can make a big stir the communities met at different and Mrs. K. II. Ray. times with County Agent Jones and In this world without doing any talk Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, of decided among the main farm and Ing. They ore editors. Louisville, spent from Saturday until home activities in their particular Tuesday with Mrs. A. C. Miles and communities Some of the big facSomo men are quick to recognize Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter. tors that limit the results from them." the faults of others because they have Mr. Elliah Anderson has returned activities were then decided upon ah so many of the same kind themselves. to hi home In Arkansas after several! ter which remedies were outlined If you knew how unpopular your month's visit with his mother, Mrs.1 and demonstrations planned for the troubles are with other people you Martha Anderson and family. community to show how these reme- wouldn't cling so tenaciously your Rev. and Mrs. J. F. l'rlce enter dies could bo applied. Some farmer self. talned Sunday to a Xmas dinner, Mr. or termer's wifu was appointed in and Mrs. D. N. Long and family, Mr. each case to superintend the demonLUNCARDIA stands high above all and Mrs. Hugh Kurtt and family, strations that will be conducted In preparations in quickly removing and Colds. "Deep-seate- d Mrs. A. C Miles, Misses Kthel Ray, connection with the various activities. Coughs soybeans, poultry and junior Coughs and Colds are a menace to Sallie Lou Teater and Lucille Stapp, Corn, the LUNGS." Take no chance with W. M. U. met Thursday evening agricultural club work will get at- a syrun of merely pleasing taste, but Mrs. J. F. tention In the Uelle Point commun- use LUNGAKDIA, recommended and R. W. Sanders. with Mrs. ity, Zack McCiulre, James Durbln, used by Nurses and Physicians, and llJ - I . I iL.. ..ilHn MMH...I best- - Unequaled for proclaimed singing, "More Like The Master." and Miss Uelle McUuire were selected sere throat, the difficult breathing, etc. community leaders In these 66c and 11.20 per bottle. Prayer by Mrs. Kobt, llroaddus, Miss as the Your Sallie Lou Tester read the Scrip, projects. Fruit growing, hogs, poul- money back If any other preparation ture lesson found in 2nd. chapter of try and soil building will get attention approaches it for good results. ManuIn the Kash community with factured by Luwrardia Co.. Dallas. Luke. After singing "Silent Night" Texas. FOR SALE BY Mrs. Kobt. BroaddiM read "Christmas Eleven Hollan, Sherman Bradley, M ROBERTS DRUG STORE. Mrs. HI ran Mr. Dora Bradley and Gita Bradley Around Tho World." Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5J PER CENT. BUCKEYE d Farmer and Organize Farms Cracks At Creation. d ly. I'm going to break the record tonight and go to bed early." She went through her retiring routine more quickly than usual, ltoli did the nightly-chor- es; wound the clock and- set out the milk Jars. As he turned to enter the house, something soft rubbed against his leg. He looked down and saw a beautiful black cat. He liked cats, particularly black ones, but Letty could not bear to havo ono In the hous. He stooped to stroke the glossy fur and the cat purred. Ho could not resist the Impulse to open the screen door and let the cat enter with him. Hy the time Hob bad fed the stranger, made a boil for It and fustened the windows It was growing late. It was silent upstairs. Letty must be n sleep. He looked at the cat, then thought of the butter. He vent swiftly to tho Icebox, brought out a pat of butter, clicked off the lights and went silently uj tho stairs. Letty was sleeping peacefully. She made a perfect picture of repose, and he gazed, well satisfied that everything was working out ns be wished. Tho night was so warm that she had thrust her feet out from the thin covering, and Ilob stooped to npply the - For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- s. child died of tuberculosis. Farmers throughout the county are cooperating with County Agent Bate in the drive against bovine tuberculosis by acting as district chairman to push The work of eradictlng tuberculosis the work in their communities. Ninefrom Lewis county cattle herds has teen of these chairman already have been given a good start with the test- listed 1,018 hend of cattle owned by ing of COO head of animals, accord- 327 different farmers for the test. ing to County Agent R. 0. Hate. Six Positively and moat emphatiof the animals tested proved to be cally there will be a carriers of tho disease and were con demned as reactors. It later develop ed that two of the six reactors had Moit editors arc fair Judges of hubeen purchased by their last owner man nature. Otherwise they would from a farmer vhos cwiftuind infant not long be editors. Drive Against Cattle T. B. Started by Lewis Farmers butter. i Now Letty had peculiarly sensitive feet. As Hob plastered the butter he touched'n sensitive nerve. Letty gave a powerful kick, landing on Hob's right eye. He gave a bowl of pain, while tatty turned over to a more comfortable position. She would not wake up; she was n heavy sleeper, as he knew from experience. Hours later, or so It seemed, tatty uwoke. There at her feet was a horrible black creature, licking her toes. She could not move; she felt etrliled as the terrible unlmat glared and looked ready to spring If she tittered u cry to Hob. After an eternity of waiting, the animal jumped oil the bed and slunk uway. "Hob," she called, In her weakest voice. "Hob, dear, wake up; I'm so THANKS VsSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBsl tjsBBaaaaaaaaaaaar frightened." Hob but be got out cf M and turned on the lights. Letty screumcdwheu she saw hlui. "Look at your eye, It I all black. Such a night I've bad. What did you do to your eyet" Hob refused to say what ho did. She sat up with the air of a tragedy queen. "There was some terrible black animal sitting on my feet most of the night Don't think I'm crazy, Hob ; he really did. I shall make one resolution for the future. Never agsla will It be early to bed for and aa for these at homo BlfMs,' we bad bettor Uobb far sport" was In no comforting mood, We mean everything the word implies and even more. It would be difficult to express tho gratitude we feel for support tho past year. HERE'S OUR HAND. SHAKE! . m; Zinnaird Eros. mat Th Central FUcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday life without ambition or hope of substantial reward, or we may "pep up" and get there almost before wo know it. If we go after a thing we at least have a fair chance of get ting It. If wo wait for it to come to us we soon loam what waiting means. The editor considers this nn oppqrtune tome to suggest that the Chamber of Commerce hold some kind of a public meeting, and suumit sugges tions and plans for community betterment. No one man carries all of the community brains around under his own hat, and hence it is not from his lips alone that all of the good suggestions must come. Every person has ideas, and it is but fair to assume that at lenst some of them are worthy1 Dc 28, 922 1 I Our I APPRECIATION WE THANK YOU FOR A YEAR OF GENEROUS PATRONAGE. We fully appreciate your support, and In token of that appreciation we will endeavor to serve you as well, or even better In 1923. May the best of everything come to you. , 3MM, UMM,i Kaa. CW- of considerate.. , aUMyTtMtM. th mIM lhtTmakr um maa, It From chance works great m aa4 PrMd IrM. Ha4a A Farmau. and our vigor In our Immortal aoaL events often occur. And some OtIJ. one in our midst may be waitFOR SALE: acrt twlld-In- c Halaful Thoufht for Today.. lot, adjoining my residence on ing for an opportunity to utter IM not try to rrap tw much of life Stanford afreet. Ideally locatrd and that word. at one time. Lite today writ; life I Let's have a meeting, and ex- needa no Trading. Juat outaide town a mnle and each I hi) ploro ifcenM I. 1. Thempon. limit. change views. be cut and art with klll. Bait on Tranncrlpt. There is plenty to bo done, and enough of us to do it. Wild Cinnamon. Notice to Tax Payers One-half (12-28-4- Bustaeat not mentioned Juit want your attention you'll tee the n. Stockholders Meeting There will he a meeting of the DtorkhoMrr of the Hank of llryant vllle, at the office of the bank, on Tuesday January 9th., at two o'clock, for the purpose of electing officer for the mining year. Rusell 1. (12-28-2- Brown, Caihicr. 0 In Dlcltcrton't Genuine Kanawha Salt lacbi and barrel. HutUon & Farnau. Although tho ruUlratlnn of cinnamon You had better nay your city tax at In IndoCliInn la liirivnlHf, moit ndver-tlicd- . once If you don t want to be of the prwluct cornea from thv wild J. A. Ilrntlon, hroh. When n natlre illrwrr a Tax Collector. cinnamon tree ho mint imiLv a deeta ration tiefore the locnl adinlnUtratlon. Moments Worth Memcmbtring. You will Ami. it yiiii liNik Imrk iipon Praytr. your life, that lli motnenla that Mnml Afore thlitga are wrought by out nliie i'iTTtlilni; cIm nrt tlie nwv than thin world tlrcmn of, iira)er .Wueie-forIn inrnt wlien yim have ilmm thin let thy Twice rto like a fountain a fplrlt of love. tlrrirj- llniuiiiimuL tor luo Miht ami ,Uy. for what are men better than hW-j-i or con la that Ancttnt Culinary Idtaa. tiourMi a Wtiwl life ultkln the brain. 8iim nf iht rarlr Ulcn of lellcarlea If. an.- - io timl they lift not lian.U would not appeal to tin- - nxxlprn tHte, of pravt thriuvlvt and n nor wtmtil uch tnethU aa wmie IIimm im r.ill tbem frteutlt For wi the rook nppllnl to tlxmullrt. whole cmml arih U ftrrj way ht'tund u rooked wlilta alive ia a by which i t .'biilmi ub.Mii t t of (lod, Blum on the tabli. Alfred T"nj(.(it Ito-mn- t, fr CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." M vl r! irl SI be grasped. IE DC WELSH & WISEMAN GO'S Possibly they expected opportunity to take them gently Payable in Adranca. by the hand and lead them E. ROBINSON, Editor. J. gently up to the trough of plen R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. ty. But opportunity didn't. Entered at the Pot Office In Lan tMued Weakly. H-S- The Central Record We have seen people stand up and deliberately boast to Haara Fonian AJrW the point of prevarication, and THE AMEWICAN PBES8 ASSOCIATION expect others to take them at 1922 face value. U,caitfDecrkr28. They probably did not real Rata For'Polltical Annouaeement. ize that those who outwardly For Precinct and City OrTlcei- -l 5.00 accepted them at face value 10.00 were secretly reading the For County Offices heart For State and DUtrict Office. 15.00 that wags the tongue. 10 For Calli, per line 10 For Cardi, per line all publications In the Inter-fFor of Individuals or expret- alon of Individual vlewa; per .10 line . .05 -' Obltuarlti, per line -at carter, Ky., at Matter. Seeond-Cla- Mall Stock Clearance Sale Which You Can't Afford to Miss IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK TO THE LOWEST POSSIBLE POINT BEFORE TAKING OUR ANNUAL INVOICE, WE ARE NOW '' HOLDING OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE, BEGINNING TODAY, OFFERING A As The Editor Sees It An editor Is always "seeing things." Sometimes he mentions them It and at others he doesn't. depends upon whether or often not a good purpose can be served. we have in mind a few things that we have seen, the mention of which at least will serve no ill At the dawn of a new year purpose. We hnve seen frisky motorists go tearing along the highways and laugh sardonically when some pedestrian had to jump to keep from being crush ed under the wheels. If the tables could be revers ed ,and the motorist were required to make a lightning jump to save his own hide, he might do a little cussing him self. And, too, he might realize what an unmitigated nuisance he is to the public, and how low he stands the estimation of Inw abiding motorists and the public at large. Perhaps if he hns any brains. Liberal Discount ON EVERY ITEM, EVERY ARTICLE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STORE EXCEPTING IN THE READY-TO-WEA- R DEPARTMENT, WHERE STIEL GREATER DISCOUNTS OF 1- , . , We have seen many things, We have seen little children pass adults on the street and In many places, and at many look wistfully for some form of times, that would make many recognition without receiving people smile or squirm if they were reduced to cold and it. on tho part unfeeling type. Thoughtfulness of course, but What have you seen? of oversight an nevertheless which "pains the infantile heart Another Year of What? and leaves an impression that Again an old year Is behind is not easy to forget. us and a new one is before us,j n We have seen beautiful to make or mar by our own while men acts walk along stared intently at them even Have we any community to the point of rudeness. plans for the new year? This is not a fault peculiar Are we going to make it a to the men of our community, progressive, year? Or shall as our men measure up to the we just drift along? standard of mankind in gener Tho ship that drifts goes only al. as fast as the tide or current It is simply a recognition of that carries it. It would take the beauty of womanhood, but a long time for such a vessel to a recognition so forcible in its cross the Atlantic. nature as to be often misunder But install a powerful engine stood and to cnuse embarrass in that ship, and turn on the ment and resentment. full force of its power, and it will plow Its way through the We have seen men spend water at a rapid rate of speed. dollars for personal pleasures It is so with us, in this comand slip a dime In tho collecmunity. tion box at church. It probably does not occur Our rate of progress rests in to them that the dime they give our own hnnds. We can drift year find is for the service of God, and along, and let another us about where we are now, or that if it were not for tho tolerance of the same God there we may employ the force of would be no expensive pleas-ure- a will power and determination and forge ahead, as the power fori, them to enjoy. driven ship does on the waters We have seen people sit still of the seas. We may 'let well enough while opportunity walked all around them, waiting vainly to alone," and drag "lof through i tho-adult- -4 1- -3 and 1- -2 WIEL APPLY; AS WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE ..V . STOCKS OF Goats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Millinery, Furs AND ARE OFFERING ALL THESE LINES REGARDLESS NO wo-me- OF COST RETURNS i TERMS OF SALE DRESS GOODS SILKS VELVETS SPOT CASH HOSIERY NO APPROVALS COMFORTS LINOLEUMS MATTINGS COATS SUITS DRESSES FURS WAISTS MILLINERY KIMONOS UNDERMUSLINS HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR RII1BONS NOTIONS SHEETS SHEETINGS OUTINGS TRUNKS BAGS UPHOLSTERY CURTAIN NETS WHITE GOODS GINGHAMS TABLE LINENS TOWELS TOILET GOODS LADIES SHOES.' MISSES SHOES UMBRELLAS BLANKETS NAPKINS CORSETS GLOVES WINDOW SHADES RUGS Welsh & Wiseman Qo DANVILLE, KENTUCKY The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday. Dec 28 1922 Mr. George Swlncbroad attended the dance In ttlchmond Tuesday evening given by Mr. and Mrs. William O. Mays. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams return cd yesterday from Itlchlands, Vn where they have been visiting for scv era! weeks. Mr. and tained the nn elegant thetr home Mrs. Ailolph Joseph enterclerks of Joseph's store to diner on Christmas day at on Maple avenue. AUCTION SALE BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC. 30th., AT 2:30 I WILL CLOSE OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, including all fixtures, counters and shelving and a lot of household furniture, at retail auction in small lots to suit the purchaser. Come to this sale and buy at your own price. fY Mr. Ashley Swopc is here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Hright Herring, He Is now making his home in Lock hart, Texas, and is well pleased. Mr and Mrs. Albert Phillips, f C'orhln, have been visiting Mrs. I'hil lip' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I., van tis and Mr, ami Mrs. W. S. Embry. Mrs. K. L. Owsley, Mrs. W. It. Cook TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: WE WISH YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. YOUR GOOD WILL IS WORTH MORE THAN MONEY TO US. HUDSON & FARNAU and Miss Mary Owsley left Tuesday for Cincinnati for a few days visit. They will be Joined by Mr. Letcher Owsley, of Cbienga, 111. at tinde l Mie Vox Hunt given by Mr Sam Helm at Turaersville last Mon. AbAut thirty attended and a dar big day was enjoyed by all. Mr. nl Mrs. I lay den Coy S. Sanders LANCASTER, KY. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. Telephone No. 2G Lancaster, Ky. The wedding of Miss Madge Mont. gomcry Isaacs and Mr. William RobMr. J. I). Carter, Prohibition En- - inson Cook. Jr., which was solemnizforcement officer, spent the Holidays ed Saturday afternoon at four o'clock with his family here. Mr. Carter has at the First Christian church was and beautiful in every bren quite active since his appoint The Christmas party that whs to be given this nf terns n at the Wo man' flub rooms ha been postponed fur the present as so many members are ill and ethers have en . Isaacs-Co- ok gagements. Has Dig Butter Industry. T1h city of Cork. Ireland, Is one of the crentct Imtti-- r centers In the worM. It In exiliRntH Hint one year's expmt of butter amounts to 750,000 ton. The rhurch was elaborately deco rated with cedar, holly and mistletoe. Mr. Marrs Swinebread attended tall cedar trees were placed at either the dance given by Governor nnd Mrs. side of the choir loft nnd smaller trees E. P. Morrow at the Mansion in were used to bank the choir nnd the Frankfort Tuesday evening, in hon- - pulpit. The tall trees were also used or or their daughter, Miss r.riwlna ut each end of the balconies with gar- Morrow. amis of cedar boughs nnd holly along T)r Dsn Collier Elkln was called the balcony rails. Clusters of misfrom Boston last Sunday, due to the tletoe were suspended nt intervals critical illness of his mother, Mrs. from below the balcony. A large It. I Elkin. He will return Friday, cedar tree was placed nt the altar with tall boughs of holly nnd mlstle-- ( Mrs, Elkin having shown some toe nt either side. Cathedral candles in seven branch candelabra, shed a Miss Edna Underwood entertained soft glow over the bridal party. at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday eve Preceding the cermony, Miss Kath- ning at her home on Richmond street. crinc Letcher, presiding at the organ, honoring her charming visitors, Miss played "The Uarcarole" from Toes of es Elizabeth and Marie Crowley, of Hoffman, and "To a Wild Rose" Williamsburg. Other guests were McDowell. Two songs, "Until, from, and. Messrs. Morris Todd and A. 11. Es- - "When You Are Truly Mine," were) tridge, of Paint Lick. beautifully sung by Mrs. Hughes Mr G. I). Hwlnebroad was a visi will arrive Mrs. Luther Glbbs and Mr. J. E. Jackson. tor la Louisville Tuesday. January ltL Elmore accompanied Mrs. J. E. El The impressive ceremony was said Mrs, VanArsdale, of Stanford, is more and Miss Sue Shelby Mason as by Dr. Madiwn A. Hnrt. The bridnl, Mr and Mr. William Anderson, of Danville, ham been rrrent visitors the guest of Mrs. It. E. Mcltoberts. far as Lexington Thursday where party entered promptly at four In Lancaster. they took the train for a short visit o'clock to the strains of Lohengrin's! Miss Van Grcenleaf, of Richmond to Mrs. lluckner Spindle, In Norfolk, "Wedding March." Through the rear Mr. Gilbert Curtis, of Cincinnati, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Emma ami Cmi A HrUI MsatUa at Vn., where they Joined the Congres doors nnd down opposite aisles came' GoUj by Tfesst W Am Mtrtstst la. is spending th holidays with hl par. KaufTstnn. Messrs. William Kinnaird, of Lancas-- . sional ship for n visit to Panama. nts, Mr. and Mr. Floyd Curtis. ter, and Edward Prcwitt, of MU SterlMn. F. 11. Marksbury entertained One of the merry Christmas par by Mcsre. Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hughes and a few friends at a dinner party the ties was that given Tuesday evening ing, they were followed ' Chas. Perry Cecil III, and Rufus Pres. Is spending daughter, Mim Margaret Hughes, of past week. Mr. Carrie Davidson by Misa Margaret Elliott, at her homo ton Carter, both of Danville. Behind jlCbrisUna in Richmond. Louisville, are guest of Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Unison hsve on Maple avenue. Christmas emb Mr. Cecil came the bridesmaid, Miss Miller. much to the attractive- - Margaret been recent visitors of relatives in lems added Mr. Uright Herring was In Danville Letcher Cook, sister of the nessof the Interior. The evening groom; she was followed by the mnld Mist Sarah Ilall Smith, of Shelby, Crab Orchard. on business Saturday. was merrily spent with various diver nlle, has been the attractive guest Mrs. W. A. Famau and son, Ken- sions after which a delicious lunch of honor, Mis Elizabeth Salter. Just Miss Allrne Curtis, of E. K. S. .'., of Miut Minnie Mne Kobinson, on tht nedy, have been visiting Mrs. Hanks was served. There were about twen preceding the bride, came the charmh at home for the holdlaya. ing little flower girl, Miss Lillian Bos-le- y. Stanford ruad. Hudson bi Danville. guests being Indebted to the The bride entered alone and Mrs. Victor Kice. Mary Nlcey Itice. Mrs. Sam Haselden and Mrs. E. D. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mcltoberts, of charming hostess for so delightful was met at the altar by the groom Dourlund were visitors in Danville Mr. and Mrs. Oscar llallnrd and. baby. Stanford, have been recent visitors an evening. and Mr. Vol Cook, who was his brothRuby I.oyd, of nurgin, wen visitors nf Lancaster Tuesday. relative. A beautiful and appointed dinner er's best man. The bride, always .in I.nnrnitrr Siunil.iv. beautiful, was unusually so in her Miss Mary Miller Woods and Mir Col. Joe Haselden, of Crab Orchard party was given on Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frailer Hurt, of Springs, has Mr. and Mrs. Luther Glbbs ut their draped gown of whltu satin with Nancy Tom Uar wore visitors In Dan-- ; been spending a few 111., vhne been syendlng home in "Hill Coort." The table was bertha of rose point lace and train of j Leitchfirld, rifle Saturday. tUys with Lancaster relatives. most attractively laid nnd was deco- satin. She carried a shower bouquet Jn few days with her sister, Mrs. It. Mrs. James Ilcailcy and Mis Mil- - j l'ruf. anil Mrs. I'aul ltoyd and rated with an exquisite arrangement of bride roses and valley lilies. nUon and Mr. liaison, dred Hcazley have been recent visi are spending the Christmas va of Christmas emblems. An elaborMiss Salter was regal in a gown of J- Mn-MauRntwt, w,ho Has been cation with relatives In I.eitchfleld. J tors In Danville. ate menu was served ami covers were pink chllTon and cream lace with silwith her mother, .Mrs. II. A. H. Marks-bur)- '' placed for Mrs. Thompson, Miss Nan ver girdle and train of chllTon, she Miss Georgia Dunn i spending the for the Christinas holiday, left Miss Matie I.uti, returned from cy Thompson, Miss Martha Gill, Dr. carried a large arm bouquet of Col Marksbury fur her home In Covington today. holidays with relatives at London yesterday where she had n and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Mr. and .Mrs. umbia roses tied with long streamers end lluena Vista. pleasant visit with friends and rrla Goorge Smith, Itev and Mrs. Hnrry of pink tulle. Miss Cook was most Mrs. Green Clay Walker, who has Hudson. Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, is been in St, Jneeph Hospital In Lex tlves. striking in n gown of pale yellow visiting her sister, Mrs. James Woods ington, has been removed to her georgette trimmed In gold and carryMr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, of The following Lancaster people ing an arm bouquet of Ophelia roses on Richmond road. home where she continues very 111. Charleston, W. Va., spent Christmas attended the Isaac-Coo- k wedding in tied with tulle to match. Little Miss with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Danville Saturday afternoon: II. 0. I'oynter and family, of Mr. Mrs. Lillian Hosley Mr. and Mrs. John Gill Kinnurd Miller. was dainty and ex- K. E. Meltoberts, Mrs. V. 11. Marts- Stanford, spent Xmas with Mr. and quisitu in a white chllTon frock with and little son, John Morow, who have bury, Miss Koto Kinnaird, Mi.-c-i LilMn. Alford I'oynter. butterfly bow of pink tulle at the Ifeon visiting Lancaster relatives, reMr. Francis Elliott, who is attend lian KInruiird, Mrs. E. L. Owsley, Mrs. shoulder and bandeau of pink chllTon KMrs. U. D. Simpson, of Lexington, turned to their home In Lexington ing Dental College at Louisville, is A I Ml M..ll. . ,..- -. r. nniuii, .inn .'luriii-- II. I'll r, Jir. ' t a basket of is the yuost of her daughter, Mrs. Tuesday. at home this week with his parents, Mill. 'I,. V. 1. Mttl, .Ml. ,1, JJ. I Columbia roses nnd gysophila, Ephriam lirown and Mr. llrown. Dr. and Mr. William Klliott. Mamin, Mrs. Louis loindram, Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield and chil.Mr. and Mrs. Cook left immediate Mrs. Luther Glbbs, Mrs. Robert Kin Dr. Milton Klliott, of Loulivlllr, dren, Klsie and Krnest, spent the Mr. Henry Moore, a student at ly after the ceremony for a short mohas been spending a few days with Xmns holidays with Mrs. Hatfield's 1'urdue University, In Ufayette, Ind., nolrd, Mrs. J. It. Kinnuird, Mr. Sallic tor trip before returning to Danville parent, Mr. and Mrs. T, 1J. Walter, Is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lawson, Mrs. Pearl Guilty, Mr, ht parents,. Dr. and Mrs. W, M. George Lawson, Mr. aud Mrs. John to make their home. of Jabez, Ky. Henry Moore for the Christmas Tho bride it the charming and AGill Kinnaird. Dr. and Mrs. Virgil vacation. ccomplished niece of Mayor W. 0. Kinnuird. Mclntyre, of this city. She has made Miss Mary Elmore, Uachcr in the Mr. and Mrs. Elijah MeMlllian en her homo here for several years nnd School for the Deaf at Morgantown, tertalned Tuesday with n 12 o'clock for the past year has held a position C. K. ENGLE TRADE S, C, Is spending the holiday vnca dinner in honor of the brldo and in one of the city schools. She isi tio.1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. groom, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ilratton a graduato of Kentucky College fori FANCY GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS J. W. Elmore. The house was beautifully decorated Women in the class of 1020. $1.10 Lexington Cream Flour, Per Sack Mrs. Ward Combs and children, with crepe paper, beiU and cedar. A Mr. Cook Is tho oldest son of Mr. Mary Stone, John K. and Louise, of ueucious inree course dinner was and Mr. William Robinson Cook, of Wets. Special Patent Flour, Per Sack Luxlnnton Ludlow, have been spending the served to the following guests: Mr. this city and Is a progressiva yuung1 Lexington Prize Patent Flour, Per Sack 89ct. Christmas holidays with Mrs. James and Mrs. J. L. Dratton, Mr. and Mrs. farmer of this county. Roth he and $8.00 Sugar, 100 Pounds for lluford Smith, Mr .and Mrs. Mose his It. Abner and Mr. Abncr. bride are among the most popu Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Royston Kay and THINGS Mrs. A. II. Hlce, who has been vl. son, Jullian KInneth, Mrs. Wllbert lar members of Danville society. A STORE FULL OF SATISFACTORY ting her mother, Mrs. H. A ,B. Marks, Dalley, Mlses Llda Mae and Jessie Danville Messenger. bury, left Tuesday for a visit In Cin 11. Kay, Messrs. Abner Ray, Joe and Seme say, "It's a shew:" cinnati before going to her home in Roland Kay, Harrison Dalley and Mr, other don't knew, but you'll , Parkersburg-- W. Va. Abe Burton. see the ment and has made several Important arrests. 5W I mm ir RAN The Gossip About People vv ETERM Made i Everlastingly -- By the Rust Proof ty-fi- Pair Aim tSjifito" r I , WITH ' WOK MX srw i smww wvarsmv C. K. ENGLE I BROTHERS I Tne Genu al Record. FOX CHRISTMAS Lanctr, Ky. Thursday. Dc 28. 1022 BARGAINS IN Candy, Fruits RATES i and Apples For that good FLOUR go to R. J. ENCLE Near Depot, If Lancaster.Ky Single Insertions lea word No ad Uken for less than 20c in this column. No ad in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of Ave, Phone orders must be paid promptly. you charge your bad debts up to experience they may prove to worth more than they coat. Furnished rooms for rent. Phone Mrs. Henry Moore. be 29. ( FOR RENT; Houie on Richmond There's a time and a place for nil W. J. Romans. street. things, but too often we don't know the one and can't find the other. The Genuine, Long I.esf, Standing Rest enslly, Mr. Man. That Juicy Burley Price $1.60 per ounce. story is not in the paper this week- C. B. tayton, and perhaps it will never be there. Lnncaitcr, Ky., R. 1 (12.21-tf- ) (21-21-S- t) Have you noticed that happy look on the fac cof a certain young man In this town? There Is a reason he is never troubled with Indiges tion. Bourbon Red Turkeys for COO; Tomi, $7.00. . (1214-4t.- ) sale-H- em, Mrs. B. M. Paint Lick. Ky. Iar, Hunters Beware not permit fox hunting or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be proiecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. Price, Joe Crisciltls, T. J. Prjce, R. L. Elkln, B. M. ,Lear, R. L. Barker R. V. Parson, Marinda Longsworth. J. P. Dland, Askins and Mobcrley, J. J. Sebastian, W. A, Mobcrley, Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and Hughes Bros., M. B. Turner, R. L. Arnold, Ed Baker, J. A. Scott, W. T. Worrcl, A. B. Doty, W M. Marsh banks, H. M. Kurtz, J. V. Sweeney, J. S. Ison, George Conn, Prather and Creech, Donaldson Jones, Doyle Old field, Lee Pendleton. (Other names will be added upon (tf.) the payment of 2C cents) We positively will now or Nice brick store room, cupled by Coy Sanders, for rent for Haseldcn Bros. year 1923. (TJ-U-t- t) FOR SALE: One good as new. Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Swinging, Coal OH Lamps; three Electric Light Flxtujes. For Infor (tf.) mation call at Record tffice. Heaters, Cook Stoves, Coal Hods, Shovels, Stove Pipes and Elbows, and Peculators, Stove Roasters Boards, etc. and other articles cheap J. R. Mount & Co. for 16 days. DOG LOST: Black and white spotted hound bitch. Scar on hind leg; wire cut. Reward. J. T. Hack- ley, Stanford, Ky., R. K. D. No. 1, near Cedar Creek on Crab Orchard pike. d) JOMWHTEtCa UMHCVKXCKV. tutsn Ft Vats 9 tw. mm TOBACCO SEED: "White Twist Bud", one of oldest type burley. More pounds to acre, highest quality. Limited quantity of seed for mIc $1.25 os. George W. Denny, (11.30-7t.pd- .) Lancaster, R. 1. Rtw Firs M S. WHITE TWIST BUD TOBACCO SEED, tl.00 nor ounce. Seed will be given out at office at Tobacco Warehouse see D. A. Thomas, book HATFIELD DINTIST OsTke steer TIm Garrard Baatk. Oafca 5. ReMac 37. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. 4fe keeper. (12-2- 1 It) John T.Henry. Poa FOR SALE: Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cockerels. Thems cock erels were hatched from the Prlie Pen of Mrs. Luther Todd's Mock, Berea, Ky. Price reasonable. Write Miss D orris Bowling, to Paint Lick, Ky. (12-21-2- J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National llink. Residence Hione 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Tobacco Seed Burley that That good Stunding-uweighs heavy and colors good. $1.50 B. F. Keliey, an ounce. Lancaster, Ky., Route 1, Bqx 173 p morning when h having read for the week 250 chapters. Mb Sallle Lea Mr. and Mrs. Price Bourne gave a Nayler reported 120 while Rev. Lewturkey dinner to n number of friends ie Thompson read 118. The readings are taken every Sunday by Mr. and relatives Xmas day. Thompson. Isom and Mr. Hall, of Mr. Denver Little Miss Gertrude Rich Is making Harlan, are the guests this week of wonderful progress In her school their uncle, Mr. Ryle Isom. and Mr. Jno. work. She has been going to school Miss Sue Sutton 18 months and completed tho Sutton enteatained n number of their about litfriends Xmas day at a noon dinner. 3rd. reader this last term. The tle Miss Is only six years of age and Mr and Mrs. Ernest Gosney and cannot be kept at home. She attends Miss Annie Blanks motored to Lexat Mason. ington last Wednrsday for the day. 'Mr. Gordon Doty and Miss Dora Miss Lenora Bogle and Mr. limner, Scott, of Paint Lick, were married of Jessamine county, were the guests last Saturday. It Is reported they Sunday of her sister. Miss Delma were married In Danville and went Bogle. on to Lexington for a hort stay. A "Comic Xmas Tree" will be glv-e- n They were accomanIed by Mr. Scott Thursday nUht at the parsonage and Miss Hammack, of Paint Lick. by the B. Y. P. U. Much fun is The contracting party are well known and have many friends both in Gar Miss Denn Hunter has sold since ntrd and Madison counties who wish Jan., 192, $2C0 worth of milk and them much happiness. butter. This does not include eggs The program and Xmas tree at and other farm products. Mason, given on last Friday by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Bob N.tylor enter Alice Sutton was an entire success. tained a number of their friend at a The audience as well as the children A very en- enjoyed the affair especially the reci splendid Xmas dinner. joyable day wan spent by her guests. tation given by Miss Mae Belle Sut Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark, Mr. Price ton and the monologue by Miss Sal Master Ernest Itob- May, spent lie Lou Naylor. Clark and Mrs. VIrgie Tuesday In Lexington, the guests of jerts acted as Santa CUus, No tree more beautiful decorated Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. Margaret ' looked (with Christmas bells, tinsel and pop Clark. corn. Mr. Green Estes and Miss Deane Hunter attended their home church Misdirected Energy. at Klrksville Sunday and were dins Then there Is the mnii whu ner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve destined to go throusli life hitting Estes. hts thumb on the dark while trying The Xmas tree given by the ladies to lilt the nnll on the head. of Pleasant Grove church was greatly enjoyed by those present. Much In the Department Store. Lady Customer "1 wnnt a fan and merriment was offered when Santa It ramt he something light. What are presented the old men with toys. thn-tfllrn fans I read n mnrh about Miss Dean Hunter was hostess at nowadays?- - ltton Evening Tran dinner Tuesday. A delightful repast script. was served, consisting of all the dell, Too Latt. cacies of the season. A very enjoyA French scientist ut)ft ttinl In orable time was spent by those presder t attain a rle ohl use It Is ,nec-eaent. to .deep In a due north and south Mrs. Wm. Blanks and Miss Annie MHltln. We may dip young hut we'll Blank entertained at a delightful keep right w on our right Xmas dinner. A number of friends side, nit curled up with our knee our chin. It's too lute for us to enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Blanks. The guests from a distance start now worrying whether r not -- lnti-l north. were Mrs. Yeakey and Mr. Anderson, we're of Hubble. Composition of Dust. Miss Martha Curtis, the Primary Tlita, I. .Ill 1 : III. .f hartlu t.9 UM- I U .a II l.i II 'HI IIMI teacher ofthe S. S. provided a small burned mrlxin from smoke, Xmas tree for the enjoyment of her of wool (iittn nnd hair, living organ-Ism- s nmt" nnrljHlrrMnt mineral matclass Sunday morning. The bright Mng nut Into little faces bespoke of their happiness ter. All s when Miss Curtis presented each one the iilr anil they llp through rnu-knf houe nnd iwttle. After billions of a gift from the tree. partli-lhae fallen, we say th door We are sorry to report that Mrs. Is ilustr. Teleafus Pollard, who is ill at the Good Samaritan Hospital at LexingWhat la a Drought! According tn an ottlclal drBnltlna ton, U not improving as rapidly as might be expected from a recent whlrh has tri-- In Uwt ouiqng meteor-ologfur over thirty years, an aboperation which occurred there. solute drought I n. perlm! f more Mr. Ernwt Gosney and family have tliau fnurttvn ti)UMVuUe ln tint taken rooms with Mr. Gosney's father one of mIiI. Ii I u rain day. .V ruin until the first of March when they day Is a day with ,01 la. or wore of will go to Illinois to live.. Mr. Frank rain (uu Imh of rain ineaus 101 Shearer is moving to his home, the tens to tit- iktv). A partial drnucut consecutive la u mtIin of more than place Just vacated by Mr. Gosney. days, tln tii an rainfall of wUlth does .ill In, day. Mr. Homer Rice excelled Sunday aot Eu-gesn-tue ry mi-tiM e n MARKSBURY MONET to LOAN If jom want to.Bja home yoi can borrow the money 4 jHry It back on the lnatallMeat plan. Make nkatloa to the Secretary now Lancaster Binding & Loan Ass'n Hiss Sh Siclkj Matte, Seclj-Trr- Womsn Posts In China. Among the jxVts nf China the V an predominate. Thought for the Day. of the best termoM reached without word. Many It wom- art ' Today's Wise Word. n gon! figure, n a civxl temper nnd n good hitnlc and u wnni.ni ran oulnisrry all the sirens of -- onir. story and history." Helen tin" liimt "(71 veil nk, ethers. Werth It. tl The nnlj w to attain perfection Is to follow all no ndvke you itr to Isnt Quits Frtqutntly, 'Berts. Hie trouble with men nf sense It' thnt they are so drrndfcdly In earnest ill the white. Untre. -- D Rloht Always. Iii and angulli Do rlcht UmihiIi be thy lot Thy hinrt win rbeer thee, whet, the psli'-- t forgot. IM wrong for plrnnitre' wke. then ronnt thy cnln. mp dep.trtsj (he sin The plea-iir- e Blhn Xlmttlrwrnrth. Yes, Wt'vs Mst Them. Some (joople take mi're time and strength trying to rind hnw to avoid doing a hard thins, tlmn they would Llk th Nols. nv every man Is en- need to do It And of all. they Jnd Tunkln i opinion, hut iuot of become titled to l( one of the mi"t woMhle ntlhi-- r et Into nn unniment things tn tie found on this htg enrth us would than enjoy KMv!on. of ours. Exrhanee. Washington S'ar wrt intii-enM- Is the Ouid cf Life. Note recelveil hy a New fork tench- thnt proba- er; "Klndlr llutler my n M'nseti bility Is the pihlo of lite hut few from lelne one argrlcate ilsy ahetit phllooophm have courflgvou slek. he hail For why his mother enough tu avow- - thnt phlloaojihy mn to sojourn le the (lerpetual. tie luiiUfliil with anything that Is mere- kindly apotosy hlru for nt mtnlnJ ly proliahle. John lewry In once day n sehool " Ibmton Trsti lUnhofi i Probability Why Moves Was Absent. he "Heron-strurtlo- n In rhllooihy." crlit Florida Three Through Trains Daily Danville-Flori- da SouheknRajlwaySystem Royal Palm Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ohio Special Lv. DatviMa OMvWt ChsHsfloefa t. . . taT.7... (I-T- Atlara Maeen .) AT JfjfcfJkWIvHi .. a 12:tSAJN. 7sfaT AaMt M. I:4PJM. n 99 AM. Ar. Chsttsnoogs (t-T.)- . 110 A.M. , e lMlkcia Skeptng Cart sad CoaeKas to. Ar. Masta . Ar. Jatastmillt. . PuBsun aerptag Csr to JacftsenviKt. 29S AM 111ISA.M. 8:15 P.M. 11:10 P.M. saj Cotbn Lv. Oansat Ar. CsaHsssiiga (C.TJ Ar. Aatssa. Ar..Maassi ... .(E.T4 Swtant River Special ...1I:H 11 JM. CM AM. 3:18PM. M AM. Af.Tiwaa Ar. CtaavMtr Ar 9t PMtftkuffj. Ar. Ar. I 1:50 A.M. 7:83 AM. TzM AJfA TTiTATiSr. tasatiU. 7:4SA.M. 'i ri it luUmaa StVefaag Cars asul Cosebca to TnmsMi St. Ptttrsku rg aad Dicing Cms oa AH Trsmt Vtnkt All Mesls. 14 Or. Calf Printus Answ-sret- i Old Standing: Burley Tobacco Seed Walker !i aMf8)8j( Afat, IS VETERINARIAN. Nlcht. " Start rfcht if you want a good crop. Sow the best teed, the old big, broad. Promptly Day or shnrp pointed leaf standing Burley is the best by test; has color, length and Prion 317. KENTUCKY ADMINISTRATOR'S Knowlccigt Mtn Claim. vlll tn lie of little things and great thins as If they know what thine were little and what thlnrs weru crenr. Phillips Itroolca, Men Among Thost Present. are alius found on "Ie Ids ile heals philosophised de top Uncle .Veil, "hut If '.t wa'lit fu' tie rest of us ilere"!! h- - n, henrV It Is to lie diiilhtnl If he wilt ver 8nd the way .n henten who desires le go thither nl.me IVIlhnm. Stltlshntss Hamptrs. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to lean oa farms. priv- weight, ripens early, easy to handle, We in fact, is better in every way. are offering the seed for sale at $1.25 pen ounce. Mail orders filled promptly. Phone 301-Virgil and Jesae Lnyton, Lancaster. Ky.. Route No. 3 (12.21-tf.- SALE As Administrator of the estate of the late A. II. Hounshell, I will sell at public nuction on Photesrrphinj Uis Ust your farm for sale ately er at auction. Office ever ) Notice J. W. Smith' Store. DR. J. J. BY RISE OPTOMBTRI8T Practice limited to diagnosing nd I correcting defects of Eyesight by fitting the of proper glasses. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. There will be held a meeting of tho Stockholders of the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster, Ky., for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing year. The election will be held at office of ttald bank on Tuesday, January 9, 1023 from 10 to 2 o'clock. nn fhn L. C. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Saturday, Jan. 6th, 1923 AT TEN O'CLOCK nrim tuns nnnr U'hltn I.lck Crouk. throo miluH Smith of First fnollsh Oukt. The title of difce, the htchest order of the ltrlll-- h nee'sce. was first Introduced Inm?. and the niack Divorce Caty Mattsr In Assam. I'rlnee, the sou of lldward 111 of Kn In .lium tii.- - hiiumii wImi tires of land, was the tint duke, under tbt i her .ml prefers another comtitle of the ilukn of Cornwall; panion in.,.it , aii her hushand tu fcvr. They lt iIuhii und hmu a per. Few Will Admit Ulensss. Work, nntirdlnB to my fooling. Is as fectly frliHMin nnd she offers to a man as er.tlng him n 111111 .( i,HiHy In exchange for murli of n and lwplnc I5en Umiv who do noth- her freedom l!.. tiuhatid then pucks ing which tn u Mnslhle man can be his . li iiii. money and de,4 ii,n his plaiv may railed work. Mill Imuirlne that they parts In a be tnkeii hv ,, .,t, ,.r ,m tlsls does are ilolng noiuethlu:. Tlio world pi1 n nunnietit In the femes not n iiihii whii Is an Idler In not rvrti i , "mart his own eye, W rim llumhiddt. um. hum-Nin. It has lieen iiivi.il) found thnt photographs of tar duwn tit the sixth mngnltude or ilegrei. of hrlKhtneM rau he taken in hrosd layllcht. mi that aMroiiomlml photiruphy ne-- l no longer coiitlne.1 to th lilcht. If the stellar phototnipha an- - taken thruilgh a dei-- n- Hen-ethe utars apiear ilUtlnctly Stars. Oppo.it Office Hoar. Gilcker Hotel. S Boyle County to 12 aad 1 to S p. at. Farm for Rent cash, f 90 acres for 3 years; balance at end of the year. Fire miles out on the Danville and Lexington pike, IVi mile off road. Seven room house; 0 acre barn, corn and wheat land. Will sell teams, tools and feed, nil good. Come and see this farm. Phone 6604, Box 174. Danville, Ky. one-hal(12-28-4- PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS CRAPE VINES EVERGREENS Paint Lick tho followiiiK personal property: One Brood Mare; One Kood work Horse; One Rood team of YoutiK Horses, four years old; One Horse Mule, kooiI worker; One five year old mare Mule;"Four Milk Cows; Two Calves; Four Younir Sows, will farrow in March; Fifteen head of Sheep; Seven Ion of Clover Hay ; about 40 Barrels of Corn ; Sixty shocks of Fodder nnd some good Farming Implements, consisting of Cultivator, Roller, Corn Planter nnd Truning' Plows, etc. Terms: All sums $20,00 and under cash in hand, over that amount negotiable note, due in three months, drawing G per cent interest from date of sale. f I- - SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG com-forUb- lo ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young meji who would enter the decline of life In 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 b deposited thereafter. 1 I- - PERENNIALS Notice In fact, every tklug for Orchard, Lawn There will be a meeting of the and Gardes. Our illustrated catalog stockholders of the Garrard Bank most complete nurs this year k the and Trust Company at Its office, on ery beak ever betted in the South, Tuesday, January 9th., 1023, for the It is free for the asking. purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. The meeting will be H. P. HH.liTHeir.YER 4 SONS, held from 1 P. M. to 4 P. M. J. W. Elmore, Cashier. Keattsear. (ltMt-K-ps.) (12-14-3- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, CsukUr. G. C. Hounshell, Admr. ' CfU $50,000. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. Ths Ctntral Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 28, 1922 Jefferson Flock Owners After More Winter Effgs BILL'S HALF-HOU- rI 1 ammmfflwmmmfflixtmxc Your Wife 4l i IfeHccharqc dst9H d Repair aR Makes ff Brterkl jfl K By H. LOUIB HAYBOLD Hew to fcctl, ho.ttc and manage their farm flock of chlckena to get IS r MtClar arntlu. the most winter nrira hat aroutcil Kraut, whittling aloud out of Jefferson hi milhappy, rare-freconahlerablr intcrett nmonir young heart, county farmer and their wivca dur picked up the letter which lay on hit ing the few weeka, S. W. Andcr- - desk, unfolded It, ant read, lilt ton, aMittant county agent of the whittle stopped abruptly. county lay. The keeping of record Head propel In lilt two hands, he by 25 flock owner in the county and read the tetter again, rpread out on the organixation of two group of Ids dealt, aa If n second perunl might farmer nnd their wive for the pur-po- alter the situation. think that I hnve "lltnr Illll-l- Wt of itudying various detail of forgotten you, for tho long silence. poultry feeding, care nnd manage- When I told you alldid ynu I among the development enotith In marrr. but not lore rntir ment are Inreil that mark the new interett, he ay. friend Instead, I wn wnmg. He The record being kept by tho 2G neter ntket me ncnln, hy the wny you Mill want me, I will marry farmera nre proving to be especially Intcrcallng to chicken waiter of the you. In fact, I am taking n chance county, n addition to keeping rec- and coming nut by tin- - next bnnt, ord on their flock, the 25 persons which will dock at Honolulu almost as soon aa ynu receive till letter. nre conducting them m irVmomtrn-tlo- n If you don't wnnt tue, lllll, nhy. I to thow the value of a number ran at least go home ncnln I At eter, N,rir e Iat ic '8i yr-f- n money. aEMtrniwui Don't force your wife to beg ' Fart: for household 1 j CONN and CONN Today's Win Word. Decision of character l one of tht mott Important of human qualities. Study In Which Jsp.ntit Ltd. The Japanese were tlir first tn matt scientific atuilr of earthquake. , Todaya Wits Woro. hail somn good momenta. They ixne somehow 'In iplto of one. Tht bine l then to recognise, them." Henry James. Tte A Daily (hought. Ilunr Hunt Haiti Iwttli jutt ami re mwnoowt' hy custem. Terence. I.onk belHre Canadian! Qrow Tobacco. Tobacco planting In Caundn hat wade remarkable, progress during the t few year, some JO.HXJ acres being isMcd tatt year. Thrught (or tht Day. am rlclit nnd the lake mother leak, Doluth Herald. Th Ont Thing Thty Should Oot Men will wninsle for rellglun; nts for It ; fight fnr It . dte fnr It ; anvthlsr dut lt for it rvion. It Jhi leap. He sure yno Spolltrt of Btiuty. tMniitlful henrt tiittkcs Hie plain t face to look at. And ugly ttwuglit nntl klnil within sjmiII A col it-- Sir. an ettrtntt n for It; but that Mill make It rlcht. Yon may have a reason why two met two slmnld mnke live; Imt they will mill niaki four. Dr. Johnson. beauty wlthitit. Doctor Jonnton on Reason. yi nt ri of recommended poultry practice, thus making it ponlblc for their neighbors to get practical pointers on how to feed nnd take care of their hen for the greatest egg production. The number of hen in the vnrioua flock range from 25 to 200 but nil of rhem nre being led with the idea of increasing their ttx production. began The keeping of tc record November lot. ami will continue for six month. Reports made by the record keepers on the number of eggs their hen are laying showed that d about of the hen in the various flock wree laying soon after the record were atarted. However, it I expected that under the good feed and care which the birds arc re ceiving that at least half, nnd per haps more, of them will be hiying in the near future. The two poultry study groups that have been organized each include nbout SO farmers and their wives. .Monthly meeting will be held during the winter at which time special at tcntion will be given to proper hous ing feeding, culling, mating, hatch ing and breeding chick. It is hoped that the work of the study groups will result In the development of high producing purebred flock of chickens each having the required character istirs of it particular breed. one-thir- ij Ileatrlee Shawl Yea. he had niw thotiRht he hired her had lieen pret- ty well cut up when the. turned him down. Hut he hadn't thought of her for month. Not since he hnd met r.lleen Cnry to whom he wna to lie tunrrlrnl nt asuiii totiiorrnw. Why, that Hut noon tomorrow! wn when the Mnttonlo would din-k- , hrlnelng r.llivn'i. aunt to the wedding from her home In the .State, and alto How could he explain to Ileulrlce. Klleen that til girl hnd no Halm ou hlml That the old affair and It had hardly been that wn over nnd done with years ago. How cnnld he know that llentrlce would retire an affection fnr him the had never tdiown and out of n clenr sky would descend tn niln hi wedding day? lllll me nnd paced the floor nf the comfortnble ttudy he rhaml with his old friend nnd present fellow worker nt the Interdtlnnd Navigation company with nervotv, ngry stride. Then n strong delre surged within him tn share his trouble with tome one. Indlnrt Should he tell Klleen T urgel him tn wait, yet the longing to hear her voire wn overpowsrlng. He took down the receiver nnd mllft the number of her father' plantation on the city' "That you. Klleen?" Don't dole it out to her at if it were a charity. Your wife i your partner treat her aa such. Make her a monthly or weekly allowance aa liberal as your financial condition will permit. Then once a week or once a month deposit that sum in (he bank to her credit. Let her run her part of your copartnership on a business basis. Women do not like to be eternally begging and asking for money and they should not have to do so. s 5? CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, GUY. Prnthcr, were guests of Mr. W. T. Wnlker Sunday nnd Monday. outlrt. "Hutyr Thero U more retft rtnuiy la pntlnc no man a Jl than Hi fis'dlHg four in Idlcue. Hmton TmseTttf, Tilt" best Hon U In Ctit Form. Tlmtty n f M r wmi it lmplt. ,; ' ft anil Intnxlarttn f menta. It la tlw mmf ' -- f rcalr that makim ratwUiIlM Wlmtel). r-- eosM -r iiei im inp. f itaely arre-sar- rnli. Much Virtu In Sllcnct. Silence It one uf tin lianlet klndu of nmununt to ri'futt Tlien l ni rpml mtittltutf for wUiloni; but allelic It the bet that ha a yet been illfiiTi reil. J I. Shnw. ' saving up?" WantiJ tht Mir.ty Anyna. eater.- A liy at H'iMwl ws ritlawi:y writ-lit- e home, for lit f: tiwr mail Mlttral Hat Itt Uatt. a final reftttat, clih lint The nilttrat U n rMltlnir "linl nblch I he Mt Wlb l.i ItJ. ir:.. Ill son awtH-t- i ilown rrimi the rentral 11m- not plntviti nf France to the leiilierrnn' to become a Pud; ear It tlrle up the io- 'i mnitvi m to t mr ri I am Will J on mndly l ml ine ' nnl V tiiiMiiliiH- - ii I i IbhiiIp va-t- r y 1 . Lleni Furnlth Qood Ottik. I.bm llenb an lit to bf err cont entitle, Imt tlsvr It touch ntol .Inrwy. Neterthelets the latter Ik titen In Inillx, n tln-ru njirmlli.in Aiat It linpitrtt Mmitnli nml cwimliif to the 1 o 1 HlSackache H U Ceases U foiKiDvnf H quickrllt!roaitrnxstr law tttfitllo I I I I 1 silra ska rHvs systptoao. aatl arMir I I llr brim hack tailk. via-- I I I I at OC 4laof4ff mmd IMmti first,blUf . tut m back. ukI cfcaclMi. f 4 I I I I I I eSaa aflfcbM'BSal .. FOLEY W M KIDNEY PILLS M arssiii1tlpBrjUrU wtasly com ski I I ;: cartUr sad bii 1 tinnot nti!-i- f ' aa4lck to Tka I dtd. tonic la actio rtT aood nf Ps I I I I " I I KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED THE IMPROVED STAN0IN6 UP BURLEY Don't be deceived into buying inferior seed. Buy the Genuine Kelloy Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP BURLEY, with tliu LONG POINTED LEAVES, which givca it from three to four inches more length. I I II Pall I I I c of tfcont it! w karo rtcatrtd frosa aflcrtnt trka kT lommi rthsf, l bars) b o troti4 wttk weak Wbktyss sad scvfsl ll rs tn tks Ust too ysaralkad that ttr rtbU bac k tchm titti o fMUatf. scarctly FotorKldiwrl lika tlatn-- Ul bclaw U for tomorrow?" suppose ynu should heur oil. nothing, dear; I don't know what I'm saying." "Of eourM' I lore you. N". then' tierer wn nny one else. On my wonl of honor Klleen I" And yet, n (ie hung up, lllll could the Mnttonln stenmlng nearer and nearer, bringing the girl who thoiiEht he tllll rnred. n. hang It, ht erldently must have ago, when, seemed to cure year purrtil by n moonlight night at n dunce nt Coromuln, he hnd suggested they be engaged. So long ago hnd It leen Hint ho had evqn forgotten why hi had turned him down. Oh, hit friend. had mentioned What friend? To Itllly the whole matter was nt vngue nt that. Isesperntely lllll sat down nnd tried to reason n way out of the tangle. He would get hit roommate to gn down tn the Mntsnnln and explain tn Ileatrlee thnt ho wn about to be married, thnt she, wat mistaken In "Anxtout "Suppw tin-lett- I I ! I I abls to do By work. II HBJ BJ I fl im-- per-- I aisssstoad. Mk thinking heenred. thnt he mut return on the ne.xt bont, rrorldrag she had funds, llut, hang It. hi roommate, the only one tie could trust not to let the cat out of the bag to Klleen. had other duties as best man. He was to meet Klleen's aunt, take y her to the church and return to neenmpnny mil. why Mennwhllo rteatrlce, wondrrh linme-dlntel- Misses Mollic and Ethel Dames Mr. nnd Mrs. John Askins, Mr. wrre pleasant guests of Mils Lucy Green I'oynter nnd Mr. Alford I'oyn-te- r. Turner Sunday. Mr. W. T. Wnlker nnd Mr. Ray Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscnr Lewis spent Prathcr were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with her parents, Mr. and W. S. Scott Sunday. Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Yantis nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker, who sons, George and Hcrschcl, Mr. J. II. hnve been sick the past week are bet- Jennings and son, Leslie, motored to ter nt this writing. Somerset Saturday and were guests Mr. Lawrence Reynolds, of Gunns of Mrs. A. M. Girdlcr and Mr. nnd Chapel arc with Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Mrs. A. N. Longsworth. Tuttte during Xmas. Mrs. Albert Phillips, of Corbin, is' Good Way et Looking at It. here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I If the weather linpticn to be good for my work today. It's good for T. L. Ynntis for Xmas. Mr. and Mrs. James Sebastian, of some other tnun's, and will cnnie round to mu tomorrow. Dlrieiia. Buckeye arc the pleasant guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Tribe of Indians Marquttte Met. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mullins arc the The fltt referenco to the Missouri guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. trllx of Indians made by a Kuropean Henry Ynter during the holidays. whs by Marquette In a letter written Mrs. C. It. Henry and two children In lfiTO to !ji Mcrcler. hit father u- canoes of of Kirksvlllc, arc spending Xmn I'lor. as Indians "wl... w,,,mL map appear 0n Marquette nt, Mr. nn.l M. Mtiinn W.-r-d. ' the name und locntlmi uf tho "Ou Me. Mr. and Mrs. John Black and twoteurc." hnrnnl,.! .biblrttn worn i.n.t. fit bnr Truthful Oam. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Turner Sunday. "fe'iiiuuel, tiic yo' Hike this woman Mr. and Mrs: Steve Sutton and chilfor thy lawfully nc!dd wife?" asked dren of the Crab Orchard road were the colored uirm. glancing nt tho recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Edd diminutive "Mer-eyedbovvleg.-vBaker. hriilcgnioiii, who rtood beMde -- 10 Mr. Emmctt Taylor, of Corbin, pound of fcM.iiine insurance. "Ah ' spent the Yuletlde with his daughters, Hikes liiitliln cioonilly responded tht) tiriile;Mtu. looked." bcln 'Ah' Mist Malinda and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Tinier. I.s Aiigi Foley. Master Colli O'Neal Prayther was Great Woman and Creat Empress. the pleasant guest of his grandIt wns Marin Therewi, eiupnm of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker (j'ernmtiy ) Le the who Thursday'. metnoruble.wuiite. "I want In uict$ my When dying she refused Wc are glad to report Mrs. Roy God kwuIm Oinyle I'rather and children, who have been n doc ot opium.brave, highsujk of tier: "She win uuHft and pious; sick the past ten days, arc better at bcuu:iriii itinl nullum with gixil nathis writing. ture: t!...i'kh of u temper thut v.ould Mr. and Mrs. Ray I'rather, Master easily m.-t'ro, (icrliups no noble Collis O'Neal. Miss Willie Francis Miiu.n lueit.'' ' iloc-n.V- n. d . (1717-tTMi- . I McRoberlt Drug Store Washington Leaf Growers Get Pointers on Grading: Important pointers on the stripping and grading of hurley tobacco this fnll hnve been explained to close to ng Hurley had n round pointed leaf, but H. L. 300 Washington county farmers by The old Stnnd mean nine demonstrations put on Kclley nnd Soiih, by careful breeding and crossing have de- In this of section of the State through long veloped their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the the cooperation of tho Hurley Tobacpointed leaf, which gives it more icngin ami more wuigiu, aim co Growers' Cooperative Association retaining it bright color, which has rondo this seed famous and the extension Division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington, throughout the United States. half pound. S24.00 a pound. County Agent R. It. Heath any. Price 2.00 nn ounce, $12.00 None genuine without signature, Demonstrations won held on the A11 in ounce packages. fnmts of J. It. Claybrook, C. W. Homen, Kvcrett Wakefield, It. A. which appears on every package. Thompson, J. It. Hopper, William Arnold, Jack Rayburn, George Russell anil Judge Gowln, W. L. McMur-trgrader from the burlcy association, conducted the demonstrations. According to those who atetnded the demonstrations, tobacco in this d part of the state thia year I better than it was last year. Very little Injury from house burning and practically no green tobacco B. L. KELLEY & SONS was found. The crop also Is said K. F. D. No. 1 to have good color, y, one-thir- ' LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mt-ifceri irf the Purity TthMf M9c!&&os Grwr' Cn You still have plenty, of time in which to do your 1023 Christmas shopping. lllll had not met her, would prolmbty le hunting him up. nnn like at not stumble on him nt he entered the A nice contretemps thnt rhiirrhl would be I For to Hill's disordered tulnd It seen1,! quite possible) that any girt capable of chasing un old and dtscanled lover tn Honolulu would Im (julte n cnpable of brenk- lug up n weiMIng with another girl on the iot. leaped In Hill' A wild thought brain. Siiphim he boiled I Or uv-piM he dashed nut to Klleen's mid demnndeil she eloH. Vet where could they elope to Iffore Heatrlce arrlrel? The IMiindt nre circumscribed when It ciMnes to gossip and he was In n poltlon to know that not even n tramp steamer for the South sen would Im leaving iort. Hnrkt Who wat that coming In downtlalni? A shiver of apprehension shook Hill; then nnerlly he shrugged hi shoulders. The Mutsonln hadn't raised Diamond Hend yet. At worst It would only bo hi roommate. HI roommate It wn. who bounded til the stairs two slept at n time and burst In the door. "Caught n rldo back on Crnnier'a yacht, so got here sooner. How' the You're looking little bridegroom? seedy, llrace up and tell mo What you think of a doublo wedding!" "A double wedding. Will?" "Sure I Didn't you read tho little note I left on your desk for you tn read? Or did you think It wa yours I've and I opened k by mistake? always been iweet on Heatrlce. Thought at ono time you were. And bow, blest her heart, she' coming out to met Oh, you're) not the only lucky bird I" "No, William." said Hill, and rising, took a oBg, deep brtavOi, "but I'm m dtraed htcky that I eau hardly bear MP uadsr It I" J KWvnMslIM i 11 i This Bank Is Worth Money To You. , j Arc you carrying a "roll" of money around in your pocket? If so it is not earning anything for you. Possibly it is being frittered away little by little. TRY the better way, tho profltnblo way. Open a savinjjs account nnd keep your money in this bank. It won't fritter, but it WILL earn interest for you. 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME ArtD SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co 1 WC SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. It Th Central Record, LncWr. Ky.Thurtey, Dec 29 1922. .Jt. '1 I' . F .HeH' iBidjlH 4 f Begins Thursday, December. 28 th THIS IS OUR ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE IN WHICH We OFFER EVERY THING IN OUR STORE AT REDUCED PRICES, FOR T&IS SALE ONLY. ilj t&3 of M . it-- This Means Tailored Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists Corsets, Underwear, Hosiery, Dry Goods, Linens, Washjoods, Sheets, Cottons, Silverwear, Jewelry, Blankets; Etc. We Mention a Few Items to Give an Idea of the Scope of this Sale but Eyerything is :i I Included and Cuts are Deep. . ? , TERMS CASH - NO APPROVAL GOODS - NO EXCHANGES TAILORED SUITS & 'PRICE COATS One-Thir- d H WOOL DRESSES SILK DRESSES h j PRICE ALL WAISTS One-Thioff rd PRICE FURS off i'OFF It" . LADIES FURNISHINGS LADIES FURNISHINGS Gossard Front Lacing Corsets, Warner Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Corsets will be liberally reduced. " HOSIERY Silk Hosiery in McCnllum, Gordon, Gotham and other makes, also Wool and Silk and Wool Hose and Lisle Hose will be reduced during this Sale. And Bath Robes of all kinds will KIMONOS h during this Sale. be offered ata reduction of CORSETS one-fift- f MUSLIN " UNDERWEAR CURTAIIT MATErflALS FHet Nets. MarqwUcttcs. Scrimf, Tuscan Nets and Draperies of .all kiwi will be tfwcd at liberal Said. "ft reductions during-Thl- s 9Sc Choice of a big; gowns Muslin Underwear as wellas Silk Underwear Underwear will be reducPhillipino Hand-Ma- d and ed during 'This Sale. MUNSING UNDERWEAR All sizes and styles jjnd weights of Union Suits, for Women and Children and unquestionably the best underwear made. All at decided reductions during This Sale. 1 15c Steven All Linen Crash Tuwsllqg. $1.50 for 10 yard piece of Kood quatyty Long Cloth 19c Fine .quality .16 inch Enjama Clwck TSliyM NaifiM rwiulur $S. $3.9S 10 Yard Pmc $4.9& 10 Yard Piece Finest Chymosa Nainsook-reg- ular price 6.50. lt of Outing Cteth Gowns that were nadc to sell atf$,1.50 to $2.00 SPECIAL f V - 1 v Excellent Quality Plaid Gotton Bed Blankets in Full Double Bed Size SI. Each ; DRESS 4' GOODS AND SILKS COTTON AND SHEETS As you know all thes will be considerably higher after our present stock is sold, but during this Sale we will' offer all Cotfons, Sheets and Sheotings, Etc.. at reductions from OLD PRICES. Jl'Jc Pre-Shrun- During this Sale wo will offer our entire line of Dress Goods and Silks of all .kinds at a reduction of h. Better buy now for Spring. one-fift- STERLING (SOLID) both Flatware nnd Hollowware. SILVER TABLE LINENS DURING THIS SALE we Will offer all kinds of Tiible Linens, Napkins, Table Sets, Madiera; Linens. Towels, Linen Lawns and dl other Linens at reduced prices; During This Sale we will offer special reduced prices on all our line of finest Solid Silverware, PLATED SILVER We haviv a full line pf the Celebrated Alvin Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons in George Washington and Molly Stark patterns and will offer at a discount pf ONE-FIFT- SUIT CASES AND BAGS Thi line Is new and jfairly complete and prices are advancing but During This Sale all will be. subreductions. ject to very-decide- Best Dress and Shirting Cheviots .will be..: k 29c Dress X3lng lams will blel 32 inch Anderson Gingham ( will be -- y l Debonshlre Cloth, will be J n li.Jr- Genuine Imported Japanescj Crepe wlllvbe. i? ' f Ilest real Punjab Percales will be! ' T It 'Bet Calicoes will )c. 5 H' Imported Dresi 'Ging innw.wlll finest r.n, Pnultuti Print Will be Best Amoskeatr Staple DrcsslGiiurnnms vlll M 2Gc Yard Wide OutingJClotjis wl bo i-u- WASH ' dooDS i v 1 i 15cti. 19ctt. act. atctt. 25ct. 19ct, . .4 ctt. -i-- lOcts. 39cta; i l..itr beli 39ctt. 1 I5ct .jJ-Ll9- arid'COAT (STYLES WE WILL OFFER A COUNTER FULL OF NEWEST STYLE SWEATERS IN SLIP-O", t ?i J IN ALL COLORS, AT HALF PRICE. VE WILL OFFER TEN FU COATS IN SEAL, MUSKRAT, CARACULE AND MINK AT PRICES FROM $40., TO $150. LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. THESE WILL BE OFFERED UNTIL JANUARifrlst. WE WILL OFFER ABOUT ONE, HUNDRED EXCELLENT STYLES IN., FINELY MADE GINGHAM , HOUSE DRESSES IN ALL SIZES FROM 36 TO 46 BUST, CHOICE FOR $1.50. N 1 Ml. FOJND JUST AS REPRESENTED, NO EVASIONS EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SALE WILL-BSERVATIOtfS. PRICE CARDS ON EACH SsTOCK AND GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, E OR.R. M.l curt. ' 4,