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THE CENTRAL RECORD. 



rnm.T THIRD WAV 



LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 28. 1922. 



OUR SENTIMENTS 




Lexington H.r»l«l Make. 
TrfftHv Suit^'ntionn to Th. 
Mtf Awaociation 



association as thr source  if 
regard lo the affairs of the 




of thr Ualngtnn 



,1 



In • recent 
Herald ■ » tfl — 
making «*' 

geettens lo the Ilurlry Tnbaeco Cr,.w 
• ra Ce-operative Association. The 
editorial as wall eipiwaers the «enti 
ments af the Record, we are |n*bliati- 
mg • herr In full Ed '•" 

"THa Hrrald la glad that thr of- 
..f the Burlry Cooperative Aa- 
have announced 
thr columns of Ik 
which will or 
thr vnriou. grades of 
thr 

of Ihr aaeoriatien arr salis- 
fled With Ihr prospect of thr IfZS 
i Top and with thr advance, bring 
paid to Ulrm on thr deliveries ..f Ihnr 
toha. ro at thr receiving plante of the 
aatrrmtam. 

All reader, of Thr Hrrald know 

ihr or- 

of thr 




vora.y an I that h. i.cf. wr frrl arr 
will not br misunderstood If wr tug 
grat. with all cwurteey. that thrra is. 



that hav, rllhrr intentionally 
intentionally beaa unrecorded in thr 
public print a should 
all may know tha farta and falaa and 
unfounded charges may br dua l pa tad 
in Ha light of accurate Information 
A. an illustration, thrrr waa wldr 
laterest bj thr prices pa  I for thr 
fifty four million pound, of ioba. ro 
purrhaae.l from tha aa.o.-iation i»y 

and pr. per far the fflcere of Ihr 
eociation to makr M nnnnuneeaietit 
,.f tha.r pr  e. • «• could b  an) 
icty,! ehanre laad falaa hopes or ex- 
travagant an' . it .n Hut accord 
mg to report l haa bran war week, 
since that transaction waa rloaad. thr 
lobar.,. delivered and paid for In 
our judgment every ataaibrr of thr 
sesoria i  n an I avary resident of thr 
barlrv to it r.a I a right to know what 
warr tie price, paid and what would 
br thr approximate amoant for dia- 
iributL.n aa qui.kly aa ihr officer* of 
thr aaaoriation ha. I that Information. 

Ta  association ■■ no' only f. un lr.l 
onUir hosts gj a democracy in which 
each In.liM.tual haa rqual voirr with 
avary other individual, but it ta 
ad on tha prinr.pl.- of 
Intaraat. and tha chiaf plr. for ita 
organnation wai that rvriy rlaaa waa 
interested ant would brnrfi' ir u»'h 



Arnold Speake 



Mr Roheri I. -Is SnraVr, aon of 
Mr and Mr*. J W Speake. and Miaa 

Ully Mar Arnold. 

•rr of Mr and Mrs. T»"i* Arnold, 
doped , ta 
aa recorded, *o| Pator U, 

inarr.nl It camr a. quite a 
to thalr fr ends, who will ritrnd con- 
gratulation* and baat wishes upon 
thrir return 

Thr bndr la vary brautiful indrrd 
and i.ir groom is mrrgrtir. moral and 
young man 



Mr Norn llerrun. .on of Mr. and 
Mr*. I.ulh.-r llrrron. of thia city, waa 
marrinl m Cincinnati la»t W.-dne.- 
■ »4  ',. Mt« Elisabeth Mi.Mlrtnn. 
.laughtrr of Mr and Mr* Tom Mid 
dlrton. ..f thla city. Tha mar.iatT* 
i* taw culmination of a long and hap- 
py courtship an. I thr many frirnds of 
both   xtrnd hrarty congratulations 
and wiah thrm much happtnraa thru 
Ufa. They will makr thrir homr in 
Corhin, Ky.. wharr thr groom holda 
a lucrative position with thr I. 6 N 
Kail 



in our judgmrnt need for graatar "« enccraafu! operation 
publicity in rrgard to tha affair, of If a prraonal rrfrrrnra may br par- 1 
tha aaaoriation than thrrr haa hara- 1 miaaibl.-. wa rrali*ad fully that Ida or- 1 

location mrant 



...f..r. I,. . ii li 

it inrumbaat to .»  

■bllett) man Man J. 
an Porter, who ha* charge of 
tha publicity of thr burlry Assoc.. 
ation. but wa raaliaa. of rourar. that 
ha aot only ahould br. but muat ba. 
roctrolled by thr policy  1 thr aaso 
nation, an.l in aur jud-mmt that 

ona. 

Wr appreciate fully hat thoar who 
arr not trained to appreciate tha naad 
for publicity, pa 
Hess havr bran spent in 



Tha marrtagr ..f Mr Homrr Mur 
phy. ..f thia . • v • . Mi.. C .ra Hrvant. 
daughtrr of Mr and Mra. Jamra Bry- 
ant, alio af thia city, waa solrmrn- 
nr. i in Oanvillr laat Thursday ava- 
iling. Immr.liatrly aftrr thr crrt- 
mony thr happy cuplr mot..rr.| thru 
ta Cincinnati, wharr thry ap nt 
•wvaral daya. rrtumlng to thia Hty 
ganiiatmn of thr aaatH-iatinn maant Tura.lay whrrr thry will makr thrir 
a dirrrt rurtailmrnt of tha advartia- , „ , Mr Murph) onr „ f th , 

lagrrwrurof Thr llrral.l. With th, .f ( PMri .,„ m „ t rort4wtrn , me . 

tobac. . warrhouaaa in competition, rhani. at Haaaldrn Bma. (iaragr and 
Thr Hrrald uld count on advrrtia- 1 haa many warm frirn.U who will con- 



ing patronar- luring thr sailing sra- 
son to tha ratrnt of thouaaada of dol- 
lar*. Wita thr aaaoriation in control 
of all ihr warrh..usra, tharr would, of 
ours., br'n-. aurh rrvanur. Tha 
airrchanta of l.rtingUin and of rvrry 
town .n which thrrr waa a lousa . af 
markrt roa'.itr.i that thrrr woui.l br 
a curtailment of rrtad tradr dunng 
what had been thr rongrated arason 
for Ihr aalr of Ihr whole crop 

But the merchant, and Th- Hrrald. 



•rratulatr 
charming 



him upon winning hia 



dart of privatr 

note, aa wall aa cultivated av. rtion arcept ng an I 
ta tajMartty. and it n»t unnatural laa aaaariatiaa ia Ja 
that tha orTu-vra of a great organua. I M ' 'rgan.iation, 
tloa, far anrf away thr mmn rmpor- way poaaiblf 
tant la the hurley belt, should to a 
large extrnt be controlled by tha i 
same feeling that would be dominant 
• ia the roadu.-t of a private 



is not in any eeaae a 
poratioa. One of tha chief 
menu in favor of ita organisation 
waa thr somewhat revolutionary pro- 
•Won that every member ahould havr 
equal voter In a corporation the 
member's vote ia measured by the 
amount of aloes' hr 
Burlry Aaaoriation it 
ed by the amount of laad hr control.. 

.lorV'th. "servo r he rrndrr» P buTT. 

ultimate development of 
ry in that the individual, as 
an individual, aaa equal voire with 
every other individual in determining 
by vote the polity of the aaaociatiun 
To makr thia elfrctive. every mem- 



to make it a su.-rraa, and thr hankrre M 
af th. Blu. '.rasa alao rendered most 

abUble sen... Kvery l»anker. ev- 
ary merchant, whether in a city or at 
every contractor, rvrry 
haa an intrreet to knoa 
nount of money receiv 
ed by the aeaociation. the amount of 
debt that th. aaasHiation owed, and 
the amount, therefore, that will be 
dkstril.utrd t» the growers. It is not, 
in our judgment, rithrr wise or prop? 
er for iher. to br ..ny further rrtrn- 
owns. In the Hon -f that knowlrdgr by thr offn . r. 
a asM mo aaor- ; of thr aaaociatioa beyond the day 
they knew accurately the amount that 
will ka diatr.buted. 

Th. re are .tnrr incidental matter* 
Which ae bel.es. should be made pub- 
lic, if ..ur view of thr fuartion. the 
sp.rit and the future of the associ- 
ation is corr. . Thr aaaoriation is, 
in our judgmrnt, founded on 
tulate. and lis future drprn.i 



It was quite a surprise to his 
friends in (larrard when thr nrwa 
reached here of the marriage of Kdi- 
t..r | C Walton, of Stanford and 
Mrs. Anna Evan. Miller, of Mt. Ver- 
non. th- rermony taking place in 
I ouiev. lr last Moday afternm.n The 
groom is rditor and publieh.-r of thr 
Interior Journal, one of the best 
aided ;n every I rountry nrwipapera in thr «tate, 
hnng it int.. life an.l | "Ml* hla bride owns and edits the 
Vernon Signal She i. alao the 



Draws Little Stove 

Thr minaturr Majretir atovr that 
waa given away by Conn Brothrr. 
last Saturday afternoon waa drawn 
by Mr Tom Walla, of this county 

Th. drawing attracted a larga 
crowd and many little girl* were dis- 
appointed that thry shoald not have 
held thr lucky number Mr. Walla 
haa five little girla who were made 
over Joyou. it having rereivrd aa 



Po.t master Hrnwn and hla rorp of 
aaaiatants, gave thr public unuaual 
good arrvlre during the holiday rush, 
krrping thr window fnr the public 
open aevrral hour, last Sunday and 
two hour* ovrr the usual Umr on 
Criatmas day in order to hand out 
thr large amount of portages that 
waa on hand Thr public we are surr 
f'tf this 99 f v \cg ■ 
t' rlTicirnt pr t of 
official, can be found than are thoar 
in thr l-anca.tcr poatoffirr. 



Scott 



Train Hit. Truck 

Pr rr Floyd, colored, and driver 
for the track of thr Garrard Milling 
Company, wai 
Thursday worn a 

rm Railway struck his truck at thr 
eroasing near Danville on the liar- 
rodsliurg pike. Floyd wa. thrown 
from the machine and waa knocked 
uncons. ii.ua Hr waa taken to the 
Danville hoerdtal and imm.-.lia •• 
medical attention was given h.m He 
haa reriiveeed .urTirirntly to be 
brought home and i« now improving. 
Thr truck waa badly damaged. Floyd 
waa returning from Harrod.hurg 
where he had taken a load of tobacco 
for the Hurlev Association. 




Legion Meeting 

On Tuesday. January ML, 
will br a meeting of the Hrldel 
for.1 Post of the Ai 
the I O. O. F. Hall m 
7:10 P. M. 

This is a very important mrrting 
and it I. hoped tha 
man in tlarrarl C. 



Thr Christmas services at thr 
Christian church laai 
of unusual mrnt ai 

In thr morning a Christmaa cantata 
entitled "Bethelhcm," was given by 
the choir. Mr*. Mar Hughe. Noland, 
the director and organist, and the 
singers had worked faithfully in pre- 
paration and thia work showr.l in the 




The auditorium had been decorated 
in rvrrgreen with a large white 
immediately in front of thr 
The window 
the light, and 

ly placed in the decorations. The 
choir members were clad in whits'. 
Everything in the surroundings 
rs-serricr ! brightened the rfTrrt of thr old but 
dl attend, beautiful Christmas story aa it waa 



William S. Scott, aged r.7 yeara 
iird at his horn, on thr Buckeye piks 
yesterday morning, after several 
months illness of tuberrulosia. 

Mr Scott conducted a lilacksmrth 
business nrar hi. homr for .rveral 
years and wa» well liked by hi. neigh- 
bors and frienda. He leaves a wife 
and several children, who have the 
drrpest sympathy of all in thr loas 
of a father and husband Burial 
took place today In tlw lancaster 
remrtrry 



Good Sale 




A splendid crowd turned out last 
Friday to attrnd the personalty 
aalr of housrhold effects of Sam Cot- 
ton. Thr bidding waa never more 
•pir.tcd than at thia sale and every 
thing sold well Thr housrhold goods 
totaling about I2.S00 Thr dining 
room srt brought IMS 00 and was 
purchased by Mr. J T I .y. of Madi- 
son. Col. Am Bourne waa the auc- 
tionrer und did his work well, aa ba 
r*ei erally does. 

Buys City Property 

Mr. Charlie Rigsby has recently 
purchased the property of Clarence 
(ireen on Danville avenue, fnr f 4.500 
.aah and will move with his family 
osTicial .trnograpber in har di s t rict | to l^ncaster in the next few 

We are glad to wel 



and holds a secretarial position on 
th  State Railroad Commission She 
is very attractive and charming 
yo'jac widow Thi. is the third 

and a more popular gentleman .lore 
not live in Kentucky. A host of 
Garrard friends 
gratulationa. 



daya. 



F 



Sells 



The James Swope farm containing 
217 acres waa sold last week, privatr 
ly to Mr J H. Goggtns. Q f Lincoln 
county Thr farm lira near Hubble 

and . .-..nv !.-r.- I a good one. The 
price .was not given out. 

Th«r. ia but oar 
Man. 



I 



brr should havr aa full information aa assumption, that it will a ecagsj 



it ia possible to transmit 
about every matter that . 
voalasi without injury to t 



B» Mm. vices of the vrry heat men whose ser- 
vices can hr purrhaavd for every po- 
sition from the moat modestly paid 
employe to the highest salaried of- 
f.cer It should not be a question 
of price but a quretion of efficiency 
and of service rendered, and there is 
no justification for thr employment 
of any maa in any position, high or 
low. except that he ia tha very beat 
have equal voire. In a corporation 'nan 'hat can he employed. In our 
thr member's voir is measured by the  aini. ii. no pjb'i. officer is mora re 



poration One of the chief 
menu in favor of its organisation 
was the somewhat r. volut .onarv pro 
vision that rvrry member should 



amount of stock he owns. In thr 
Hurley A.eot-lalion it is not measur- 
ed by the amount of land he con 
trols. by th. amount of tobacco he 
piedsjaa. nur by the srrv.ee hr ren- 
tiers, but is the vary ultima!, develop- 
in r. I of democracy in that the in.livi 
dual, aa an individual, haa rqual voirr 
with every other individual in deter 
mining by vote the policy of the as- 
sociation 

To make thia effectivi 



sponsible for the future urn fort, cul- 
ture an i r • . .. af the barley belt 
than ■ IT .. ra of the Burlry Aa 
saris lion. If we be correct, each 
and . very one of them occapies a dual 
' on that of an offtear af tba 
iBtsaa, and of a servant of the 
people upon whose support the success 
of tba aaaocialion depend. W. 
Iher. fore think H not only wise but 
lias-U' ileal upon the officers of t 
arm ' to I svr t a matter, of aa 

bar ahould hare as full information general knowledge aa it is in rrgard 
aa it ia possible ta transmit to aim. 1 to lublir officer*, who are the of- 
about every matter that aaa ha ra-jficrr.. why they are chosen, and the 

age. ..r .alanes paid to them. 
It may be that ma.iy will diffsf with 
Wr fret snmrwaat raaponaible foriua It may ba of course, fiat we are 
tha Policy that haa bean followed, j la error But wa believe every mat 
Due to our earnest paraoer to uu all r .if., ting the association that ran 
possible to aid thr association aadjbe made public without injustice to 
Bulbing that could injure it. we glad- »th. ra ut injury to the association, 
ly agreed, if. in fact, we did not sug i n publu 

Tha asflciala of the aaaooalioa are 
human They are liable at timea to 



....... .1 Barley. Creaao Dairy Fees!. 

Hoesr aasl Mule Feasi. Wheal Med 
. Pariaa Cow Chow, Psrist Pig 



10 short 
thia yrar. 
Mas quality 
in thr last 



gasl, that the association itself hsve 
aa authorised publicity man to give 
tu tba public, in 




The Herald force 
look only to the 




trol 

crags* of tobacco 
is declared to be of the 
that has been produced 
decadr. 

Thr real trst .a yrt to come. It is 
far belter that rvrry person in the 

Blur Grass shall be made to realise 
that the officers and representatives 
of the association have no false pride 
of opinion, and have an intense de- 
sire to hasp in touch with every 
class of th. community. bankers, 
newspaper men, farmers — all who 
make up the great mass upon the 
sentiment of which daaaads. ultimate- 
ly, the continue. i success of the asv 
sociatiua. aad whoa mistakes are 
made to pive the definite, accural, 
information in regard to those atia 
■*  that tliey may not be mag 
nifi.'d either through Ignorance ar 
int.-nt. 

We earnestly hope the officers of 
the aaaoriation will direct the public- 
ity department to furnish the news- 
papers alt farts in which the mem- 
bars of tha aaaoriation and the pub- 
lic are .nt. r. •'. •. for 
continue the present arrangement, 
u ii.l. i which ihe news of tha assort 
at. on comas through thr accredited 
representative of tha aaaoriation. 
rather than to resume thr pra. • 




Turkeys 



Mrs C M. Hulrttr. of Bryants 
villr aold twehrr turkrya a few week 

and f..r 
Another 



Hi 

which .he received $8«5 08. 
extra good 

LOST: — A 
rrward if 
!• n. .'I.'. 



Liberal 



Thursday— Friday-Saturday 

•JHth.. iwth.. :ioth. 
at 

Ipera House 
Alt Star Vaudeville Review 

-People — • & — Arts 



A Guaranteed Attraction 
of Program ear 
also 

Thursday Big Kesture Picture 
Friday— Hurricane Hutch Serial 
Saturday -Famous Player Featur 
Packard Show F -rd Price. 

Children ISrts. 
Gallery IScts. 



B.IUrsVs 

Inr h„„ 



r *eed. 



*. F. 



rirat year of la- 
the ability and service of the officer,, 
but alao due in large measure to 
over which they had ao coa- 




of The Herald, will, the possibility 
always of not being able lo secure 
it accurately when it is givea by those 
who do not have full knuwlsaffa. 



"Vibration" is The Rul- 
ing Factor in The 
Universe 

DadvSfssJ f .rcr. operate on thr 
law of vibm.ion. 

In the •,a'i,..n ho ly the menial im- 
pulses • mental forces I delivered from 
the brain to . very part of thr body 
are simply mental vtbrutiana. 

lOu per crnt aj consider.- I by u«| 
aa thr perfect degree W hrn the) 
mortal forces are hin lered, do not 
vibrate at least 100 per cent, aaj have 
a diseased body— thr roll structure 
i. -c» ;» function normally. 

Adjusting tha subluxated vertebra 
in the spinal column assures 100 per 
cent nervous taw of energy —vibra- 
tion is not hindered 

H E Wada, Hi . ... pra. lor 
Office hour. » to II A M. an.l 
I ta • P. M. 

Evennga, Sunday and Holiday a by 

at) 

Flssr ia ssro. 
Try a sash 
ia Iowa. 

a ratwaa. I 



If you are an ex-aervirr man but 1 1 I n «  ng and «. rtpture readings. 



arr not a inemb. r ..f thr American 
Ugion please bear in mind thr ad- 
vantages of belonging to «urh a real 
lire 100 per cen 
zation snd come in on 
ed date and turn in 



"You'll 



and under- 
for the Go-Get- 



To 



Grower, having Registration Num- 
bers from 1 to 91 inclusive, will please 
call Garrard Warehouse i Phone No. 
5051 and get date for delivery, for 
next week. 

All members who have no 
tere.i. who have tobacco READY F  K 
DKI.I VERY .may call by phone ..r at 
person snd receive your Registration 
Number and watch the ujfprr each 

lit. ' " r PU G. A. itJrown. Mgr. 



Several requests that the cantata 
be repeated havr been made; but at 
thr present time it is not definitely 

it will be 
or not. If so. announcement will be 




New 



For 




The rvming arrvicra consisted of a 
religious program. Again the deco- 
ration, were vrry rffrctivr and the 
different parts well rendered. The 
story of the birth of Christ waa de- 
picted in song and pantomime. The 
Madonna, thr Wise Men and thr 
Shepherd, wrre impressively repre- 
sented white the ringing, as in the 
beautiful. The 
of Mrs. Cur- 
put the 

pageant on and thereby placed the 
congregation and many others of thr 
community under obligation to them. 

l-argr crowds filled thr auditorium 
morning and evening. At the cloae 
of the pageant in the evening a thank 
offering, consisting of provisions and 
money was made. Some of those in 
need in the community 
bered and a barrel of 
and preserves was sent to the 
Home at I.oui.ville. Thr 
faring, amounting to about $7.'.. 00. 
waa aaat to thr Board of Ministerial 
Relief to help pension tha aged min- 





ts it h a 365-day semi-official rec- 
ord of .'..HOT pounds of milk contain- 
ing RM poun 
lent to l.OSl.d 

Dr Kol Johanna, an right- 
year-old purebred Holstetn, is the new 
Kentucky rhapmion butter producing 
row over all breeds and agea. She 
ia owned by the Kentucky Hol.tr. n 

instructive and enjoyable by all pres- 
ent. The treat for the Sunday school 
There has barn a number of boys j scholars was given out at the close 

playing m the cemetery. Signs that 'of the program. 

were potted throughout the cemetery The services next Sunday will be 



The joint program given by tha 

and the Junior Union last 



havr brrn removed by sonic one. 
This will have to be stopped and all 
parents are asked to pleaae instruct 
their children to stay out of the 
, if not parents will be held 
By order of the 
(Itl g. B. 



Watch th* Record next week 
and you'll know the Go-Getta- 
Man. 



of interest to all, but to members in 
particuLr. aa wr will have a roll call 
of the membership. The topic for 
the morning will be "Visions and 
Vows," and in the evening there will 
be a watchnight.erv.cr. topic. "What 
of the Night." 

The Sunday School an.l Young Peo- 
ple's services at the usual hour. 

All are invited to attend our ser- 
vices 



Burley Members Pleased 















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j 






I'm I. 



. Urasa fcf   1st Sui.su . 

II. . . I joined the Hurley Pool early aad I have 
debt I owa. You now behold a 



Uncle Silas:— "Wall, I did tha same tiling, aad giace receiving pay- 
ment on my recent deliveries of tobacco I have on hand mors mouey 
than I know what ta do with. By tha way, if you happen to run across 
anybody who needs any money just refer him to ar " 



The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday 




RICULTURE IN 



To Our Friends-Tie Public L. 



We want to thank you earnestly for 
your favors durinpr the year that is clos- 
mg and hope for a continuance during 
the year that id soon to be ushered in. 
Wishing you all a very 
Happy New Year. 



McRoberts Drug Store 




by Wm* 

• Using purebred rami on the com- 
mon mountain »he*p of Kentucky m 
at the Kentucky Agricultural 
». added all the way 
of a pound to 
a half pounds of 
to the averse of five pound, 
animal* gen. rally ahear 
and in prartirally every inatanre Im- 
proved the quality of that wool, ac- 
cording to a new bulletin, "Breeding 
Experiment* with Kentucky Mountain 
Ewet," which ha* ju»t come off the 
pre** at the experiment station of 
the College of Agriculture. The new 



The Southdown grade* had excel- 
lent quality and good mutton form 
but gained slowly and required a 
longer time to reach marketable 
weighta than tho*e from the Cheviot. 
Hampshire and Ramboullet   r.  »..•  

Ram* of the four breed* uaed in 
the 




on by the atation *ince 1915 to 
how the native mountain ewea of the 
*tate could be herd up with purr bred 
ram*. 

Ram* of the Rambouillet bred 
should be given careful consideration 
by Kentucky sheep men when they 
are considering the blood to u*e in 
building up their (lock*, the new bul- 
letin point* out. Thi* wa* found to 
be the most satisfactory breed for 



rally 



hi* croa* produced heavier, 
finer and more valuable fleece* and 
when bred to purebred mutton ram* 
they produced market lambs of bet- 
ter quality and type than the lamb* 
from the common mountain ewes. 
Southdown, Cheviot and Hampshire 
rams also were uaed in the rxperi- 



of finer quality and dressed out a 
higher percentage than Iamb* sired by- 
scrub rams. 

The new bulletin, which is No. 243 
may be obtained by writing the Ex- 
periment Station, Lexington. 

KEEFSNHEDREN 
WELL AND STRONG 

THIN, pale, impoverished blood 
makes children (rail, backward 
and delicate. 
Gudea Feptn-Mangan creates a 
bountiful supply o( pure, red blood, 
laatufi* bodily strength, brings bock 
color to the cheeks and builds (inn, 
well-rounded fleah. 

Par over 30 years Gude's Pepto» I 
Siangan has hern 
leading physicians 
m richer. Your 
liquid or tablet*, 

Gude's 
pepto^angan 

Tonic and Blood Enricher 



aume nf Agrirultual Con- 
dition* nnd Prospects 
from .Set-rotary of 
Agriculture Wallace 

of the m 

million farmer* of the Cnite I Bute* 
wen- starting on the  ong hard clioh 
ot of the valley of eronom c depres- 
sion. They have not yet attained 
the heights which are bathed in the 
grateful .un.hine of prosperity. 
Some, indeed, have fallen by the way. 
Others are (till in the valley. Never- 
theless, a* we mop a bit and lawk 
backward we caa aee that very eoo- 
siderahl.- ground ha. been gained by 
the great major 1 1 
the New Year with 
with that courage which 
the realisation that we are 
making progress). 

A year ago, when .peaking of the 
prospect* for farming in 19'..".'. I aaid 
that whltr there waa no rcs»-»r. to ex- 
pect boom time* for the farmer in 
the near future, there waa promise 
• f better time*, both for the farmer 

largely dependent upon him. The 
year ha* brought fulfillment of that 
promise. Speaking generally, time* 
are batter, much better, than a year 
ago. both for agriculture and for in- 
dustry 

Crops have been good, on hta 
whole. Price* of the crop* are most- 
ly considerably higher. While there 
has been a corresponding advance in 
the price, of the things the farmer 
must buy. the total sum which farm 
era will receive for the crops of this 
year i. greater by a billion and a half 
dollars or more thsn that which they 
received for the crop* of laat year. 
Thia will certainly mean better time* 
on the farm, and farm folks will be 
able to ease up a little on the grind- 
ing economy they were forced] to 
practice the preceding year. 

The labor cost of producing 
crop. ,.f 1! -.'J 
ducrd 



the 



rn recommended by 
as you prefer. 



in frriifht 
helpful legislation ha* 
and more will be thi. wint*r. In- 
tere»t rate* ar elower and the credit 
•train ha* been ea»ed Thi* ha* 
made it possible for many farmer, 
who are rather heavily involved to 
refund their obligations and get 
in condition to win thru. 

•pot*. 




Mia* Christine Swop*, at Lancaster. 

Miss Margaret Seott, of Lancaster 
1. visiting Mr and Mrs. A T. Scott 
Jr 

Mr. and Mr. R. l», 
the 

ford. 

Mia* Margaret Croaahorn la at 
home from Berea for her Xmas va- 

cation. 

I. .pending the 

h- 

mend. 

Mm. Mary Brown i. .pending the 
holidays with her parent*, near U* 
caster 

Miss Elisabeth King is at home 
from E. K X S . Richmond, for the 
be 

Measr*. /. P. Beatt) and Wesley 
Sutton are at home from Berea for 
the holiday*. 

Mr and Mr*. J H Boner, of l.eb- 
were geu*t* of 

c. c. 

Miase* Viola and Jean K 
at home from M V C . 
for their X 

Mr tleorge Broaddus. of Decatur 
III. ha* been visiting his parents, Mr 

Dr and Mr« B B. 

and children, of Paint I.ick. have been 
visiting Mr an.) Mr. J W. Bryant. 

Mr. and Mr. A T. Scott. Jr.. were 
dinner gur.t* .if Mr and Mm A. T 
Scott. Br., at Unreal. 

Mr and Mrs E. W. 
guests of relatives at Stanford Mon 
day for the Xma. family .'.inner 



Mr. • K Davia was aostea. Pat 
Stj f.,r the members ..f the W C. 
I I Delicious sandwiches snd 

hot chocolate were 
afternoon was t 
every one present 

tertained Christmas Eve wil 
'ful course dinner at on  

Mr and Mr. OMte Boain. of Psint at their beautiful country 
Lick, were here Monday, the guest* "Pine Crest." It i* their regular cus- ward 
of Mr. Rhoda Wvli. an I Mi« Ethel torn to have a Xma* dinner for their in ot 

relative, and the occasion la alwaya 
anticipated with a great deal of plea, 
ure by 
SjaM an. I other • nough to 




All good, no 
be alarm ad wh 





so don't 



I 



become s 



Killing husbands 
™ popular pastime with ami women, 
ewe* and purebred Hampshire rani j, a trip to Reno. , 

gained rapidly and were ready for| 

market sooner than those from any | May the new year bring you un- 
of the other crosses. However, they j limited prosperity. Then you will 
Isrked the quslity of th 
and Cheviot grades 



I not miss the 
, this paper. 



short, and farmers in these sections 
are having a very hard time of it 
Freight rates are still too high, es- 
pecially for those who must pay for 
a haul to market. 

Taxe. are high, but thi* I* largely 
due to the increase in local taxes, 
over which farmers themselves must 
exercise control 




ha* 

I by 




ARE YOU A CUS- 
TOMER OF OURS? 

IF NOT, WE BOTH LOSE. 



association*, and 
being organ: red on a 
ba*i*. 

Aside from the help which 
be«n given by the legisiaUon an 
administration *c : . \ .i i ■ .trong ceo 
nomic force* are at work to restore 
a more normal relation between agri 
culture and other industries 

The peril in the agricultural de- 
ia more keenly realise ! by 
other groups than ever before, and 
on every hand a sincere desire is be- 
ing evidenced to do what ran eb done 
aafely to help the farmer better hi. 
condition. 

Everything considered. we hsve 
good reaaon to expert .till better 
thing* for agriculture in the year 
in.' I 



VYylie. 

Mr Lawrence Rose, of New Albany 
lr I . haa been visiting hi* grand 
mother. Mm Jane M 
relatives. 

The many friend* of Mr. »i « 
Rose are very much grieved to hear 
that he ha. not been so well for sev- 
eral da * 

Mr. H. I. Elder, of Xirholaeville. 
ia spending several week, with her 
daughter, Mrs. J H  gan Ballard at 
"Pine Cre.t " 

Mis* Aim Dawe*. of Georgetown 
College, i. -pen.l ng the Xmas ha* 
ila « with her parent.. Rev. an i Mrs. 
B. A. Dawes. 

Mr and Mr*. Robert Hutchinson 
and daughters. Hate! and Dorothy, 
spent Xma. day with Mr. and Mr. 
M. O. Kennedy. 

There will be .crv.ee* at th* 
I Sunday both 
b, th. p-.t»r. 
A P. Jonee. 
Mias Mayme Lee Ballard returned 
home Wednesday after spending a 
weak in Lexington, the guest of Mi»* 
Margaret Woolfolk. 



Mrs H L Elder, of Ni, 
Mr and Mrs. Marsha l tiuerrant. of 
Uaisville. Mrs W T Woolfolk an.i 
•he Miss Marguerite » f k. ..f lex 
by mgton. Mr* Klisa II Ballard and 
I Mia* Mayme LaM Ballard 

out for th* 

I 



wise maa keeps moving for- 
There is no gold to be 
rr pe.iple - * track. 



I 



Telling the truth i. 
test of courage- when 
low I. a husk) 



i.ften a real 



artistically decorated with holly, mi* 
ttoto*. fern* and narct.ua The 
table wa* very attractive in it* ap- 
pointment and the Xma* color*, red 
and green being carried out in f. 
decoration*, also th* ice*, cake, and 
mint*. In the center was a lovely 
poin.ettia and the place cards were 
also done in poinsettla*. while silver 
candlestick* with red candles were 
attractively placed which added great 
ly to the beauty of the table A 
most delightful four roars* menu 
was served and cer.ainly waa enjoyed | ^ 
t'Y^'srh guest. In the late afternoon 



een twenty -three is easy tc 
We trust it will be 

1MB 



Xme 
»r t. 



Whatever your 
past, they shoald not 
of the 




I" • Pent), a* **Mii.iar 

Ke.. ... irsla I 

afcnw t • r-.ilj 

nn« fas**" 



M 

• i 

I of I 



.he. 



quit 




IENTS AND THOSE 
US WITH A TRIAL 



THIS IS TO NEW 
WHO HAVE I 
ORDER. 

Other good people in thU community have found 
it to their financial advantage to become steady cus- 
tomers of ours, because aa a general .store we sell 
practically everything, and our enormous volume of 
liuniness enables us to cut the price clear down to the 

Wise buyers are always willing to try • g 
thing at least once. When may we expect you? 



Becker Sl Ballard 




people don't know when to 
they never 

JUDSON 



Mr. Robert Scott i* very ill at thia 
writing. 

Mr*. Lee Simpson was ia 
r Thursday. 

Miss M.ttie Mae Crank r 
ill with a »ever* cold. 

The baby of Mr and 
Xaylor haa beat 
Louie. 

Mia* Maud Crank and mother and 
Mrs. Nannie Xaylor were in lancaeier 



Mr W M 
ter. Mia* Leola. 
Wednesday. 

Mia* Etta Lou Xaylor 
her brother, Mr 
Mrs. Naylor. 




ill Sunday and only lived a 
short while The frieada of Mr. and 
Mrs. Poynter ay**! 
 a 



school at Nicholaevill*. i. .pending 
her vacation with her parents. Mr. 
and Mr*. C. M. Dean. 

Mr CM Dean, who lias been 
quite ill for several da s I* very much 
better and hi* numerous friends sre 
delighted to see him out again 

Mrs. W. T Woolfolk and Mi*  
Marguerite Woolfolk. of Lexington, 
were week-end gas at* of Mrs. E. H. 
Ballard and Miss Mayme Ballard. 

Mrs. W H. Smith entertained Sun 
i«v BjM a delightful family dinner 
tta and Raba Smith, of 
ere at home for the oc- 



taw boats gave th* g uest* quite a 
pleasant surprise . aa a Xma. tree ha t 
been arranged in the upp  r •ton 
which was moat lovely in its de« or* 
tmns and each guest wa* remember 
ed with gift*. The ho.U. Mr 



hi 

It-ey rr*.» i.. th.oo.elv.-. - 
qui. in ii New V . rk 



Leaning Death in th* f sc. 

In** th U *• . rot frU'hteii ii.e now. I 
think It i« tike is* it* . hlorofocia; 
be red ' "•fo-e'e ««:ili'»t iM.bl the band 

with a large number ..f gift* Among 
those present were Mr. and Mr*. 
Morgan Spark*. Master Hughes i fmtt ,, , 
Spark . Mi*. Alice Hughe. .Mr snd i, b. r ... . t..r 



t a fr.-vi aiMt It l  •■  i half bad alia) 

I Ita pn^ais* of real for me and he* re* 
: far i ■■* — )'n«i ••« „n|. in fain." let- 




WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE ANNOUNCE- 
MENT OF OUR MARCH BRED SOW SALE. WILL 




Dr an. I Mr. H I. V! 
ter Janie* Lear Rose were gueits for 
dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wil 
liani Lear at their home near Lan- 
caster. 

Mr and Mrs. J. 8. 
in Mercer county 
nual Xm*» dinner of the Skinner 
family. Miss Jennie Skinner return- 
ed home with them for a vi.it 

Mr. E. T. Bandar*, of Pari*, ha* 
been the gue.t of Miss Bernlre Mont 
gomery They were) entertained Sun 
day at a delightful dinner by Mr. and 
Mr*. J A. Clark, of Danville. 

Mr. and Mr*. Robert Gulley aad 
Mlaa Be**ie (iulley moved Tuesday 
to their home which they recently 
purchased at Lancaster. Th*ir many 
friends here regret very much to lose 
thia eicelleat family. 

Miller, of 
of 

Opal Hendrtx. of 
Jay Taylor, of 
to be the we* 
Jane Bowlia*;. 



WITH A 



IN 



Dixie Stock Farms. 

SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON. PROP. 
LANCASTER, KY. 

ran 




W. 0. 



W. 0. RIONEV & CO. 

Funeral Directors snd Embdlincrs 



Lancaster, 



Kentucky. 




The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday. Dec 28. 1922. 




CONTINUES 

I BROWN STORE 




DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES 
AND GROCERIES 

SUPREME OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY 

BEGINNING SATURDAY, JAN. 7th, 192? I 

We trill have SPECIAL AUCTION for one hour. 3 to 4 o'clock P. M. 
unci continuing every Saturday ami (.'«nn1 Pay through the month. Bear 
the time in mind and be on hand ready to 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. 



»»• ..r, tl,- trot again With l,.T MMM 
Coming down ..n the VIS, IM. ran 
HP - i barley. •* RMM victim »f 
— titmm fmm Charley «a* m th.- 
throe* iiC 

-If « 
tn« mw- l Charley, 
pathlae. Lefty la MM h * peach at «h«t 

I thing " 

I • . she |.. admitted RM | "but 

what Would ) MI ,1.1 If T.Mir Wlf* in 

I • ' nn gnlng ,hiI every night r 

I d bent Ml  n it Clmrley asaure.1 

him 

■ Is M|| one »liln« f'T RH t,  
do. Ill*," Chart*; him "Thar* 

kj Mp -«'ltl«n that aay* If you 
want t.. kw|, a .-at von mu«t butter 
her fr» . Apply that t   Laws] " % 
V"» Hot. had a deep vets . f »iiper- 
•tltl. n, although he «»ul.l have died 
rather than a.tmtr II If I,.- could hotter 
t-elty's fret If he could— hr VMM 
try it and a.*- how it worked. 

I -•■ r •   met him at ft,.- dnnr l.iihldlnic 
over, aa usual She aer»r«l tl, - I,- 
ll.-loa* dinner and enjoyed watching 
him nl A* auon a. he bad finished 
hi* hrarty meal and she had eaten 
Ilk* a t rd. drew him Mi Ml 
'••II living room 

'•| have a **»ret for yon. lloh." her 
"■»••« "lam-lng. "I am going to stay at 
home tonight all MM with you." 

"I^etty. are y,„, airfcr lb* waa 
really anil.Mia 

"Don't mh It in MB, boney. or PJ 
•■fiange ray mind." 

Mi waa In hrr moat .'harming' 
m x.l She «ang lila favorite song*. 
Ml played I J. favorltr a*4arll,«a; »!,.• 
hariule.* drtnka dell, loua all 
lw,«uw they «*■ liannle** 
"Why can't It l*r llk» thla all Ml 
tlmr. Lettyf ha aakrd I,.t "Could 
anything be better than Hilar MM 
l^tty ould have 
In 

ram Id he nicer for  ,„, 
in. I have done the 



) 



LANCASTER, KY. 



Ray. Mr. A 0 
Hay mi \*a la not at 
T. C Jrnkina rra.l "The Wiae Men 
Seeking Je.u. l oll ~Juy to the 
Danville Thursday Mj| L" R.,|, rail with II members 

Miaa Laura Bella Todd la viaitinc i ^ preaatlt. Prraonai 

hrr homr thia week in Aurora. In I wor  f ,, r |,,.,. „,.,. r TlwU m dr jj. 
Mr Oarar Carter. »f Berea. ia tr . v . in, . „ , JS5.S0. Meat, pre 
Mr and Mm Mai 




club 



.pent the week end with 
Kuril 

Mm A G Mi  •* and Mr and Mrs. 
Hubert t arter 
Saturday 




annrd fruit, 
f ,r 

anlJ box... of 

flour were wnt to the aick by 
la.li.« K T the year 1*22 the W 
I • ... mt» t.. h. a,l,|Uartrra   f W 

U. ISO 75 
lfl&6 &». 



in Rlrhmond. 

Mr and Mra K H Ray rnterta n 
ed their mMMj and grandi hlldren, 
I'hrtotmaa Kvr 

Mra. T I 



relative. ,,, HMMMl 

Mr. and Mra T C. Jrnkina and aon 
were week end eur*l» of Mr and 
Mra Km Jenkina at Newby. 

Mra K W Sander, ar.d daughter. 



Richmond 

The ( hri.tmaa tree at the arhool 
MawaWMM I rolay waa beautiful. 
Santa waa there with prraent* for ail 
the children 



viaiting hrr 
and Mra E. B R«  

Mr and Mra. J. W. Jonei. of 1 
Louiavillr •pent from Saturday until' 
Tueaday with Mra. A. ('. Milea and | 
Mr and Mra Hubert t arter. 

Mr. Elijah Anderaon l.a. 
t„ hia homr in Arkanaa. after aeveral lrr „ 
moulA'a viait with hi. mother, Mrs. ' 
Martha Anderaon and family 

Rev and Mra J K. Price enter- 
tained Sunday to a Xmai dinner, Mr 
It N. l ong and family. Mr 



Lee Farmers Organize 
To Improve Farm* 
and Homes 

r aimer, and thair wivra in five dif 
, oinmunitiee of Lee county, 
coo|irrating with the rxtenaion dm 
aion of thr t'ollege of Agriculture at 
Lexington, have orfinucl ...mrnun 
ity ,luba and mapped out defln.t. 

of thr MM) ■ M 'rTort t., b.-tt.r 
their farina and home., according to 
County \tl'-n\ T. H. Jonra. The 
c ommunitira nvolved in the project 
include H    I'uint, Kaih. Proctor, 
Ro. .  II, || UMl LaMJ Shoal. 

In pla n ing the program, of work 
for tin MaMM] year, reprraentativr 
farmera and their wivra in each of 
the commun,t,»a mat at 
tin,.-, with County 



beautifiration am 
will grt attention in the Proc 
tor community with Albert Tirey, 
Albert Hal., Mra. Strat Evan, and 
Mr Hand Mra. William Sternberg 
acting aa leader* Emit growing, 
poultry, hoga, aoi, improvement and 

in the; 
U 

of work outl,n.-d for that 1 
in the different 
project, include Robert Brandenburg. 
Mary Roland. J. W Evan.. Samuel 
l . n,yway and Hill Conyelton. In 1 
the Long Shoal community, junior 
club work, poultry, corn, hog* and 
fruit will get attrntiun with Samuel, 
Taylor. Mra. Sarah Palmer, U. V 
I "hildrra, Robrrt Taylor and Walker 
| Taylor acting a* thr project 




Cracks At Creation. 

Another year of op- 



OriilMSll 
k 



The 

■Use 

n,an t, 
By 



who wau-hea hia 
to reaort U» 

■ a looking for a 
aave it. Arc you game? 



atrp. 



If we had a 
In 

Id auon tire of thr 
haven't even 
Rob. I mill! have charmed you. aure 
ly. I'm going to hrvak tbr reonl to 
night and go to i — l early." 

She went throng!, her retiring r»u 
tliie more quickly than uaual. Boh 
did the nightly chorea); wound the 
• dock ami aet out the milk jar*. Aa 
he turned to eater the hollar aome 
thing soft rubbed agalnat hia leg. He 
l.iuanl down aa l aaw a beautiful 
black cat. He llkerl cata. partlcularlr 
black  Hiea. hut Lrtty could r , ■ c hear 
to have oae In the Iwiuaa. tie al.M.ped 
to atmkr thr gloaay fur and the cat 
purred He .-..uld not realat the Im 
pulae to open the aerera door and let 
the rat eater with him. 

Ity the time Bob had fed thr at ran- 
ger, made a bed for It ami faatenr.1 
the window. It waa growing late. It 
wai allrni upalalra l.rtiy muat I* 
a a! rep lie looked al the cat. Hun 
thought of (he butlrr He went awlft 
ly to the irebol. hrought out a pat of 



paacefully. She 



wiahing your 
new \.ar yo 
a friend. 



and Mra. 

and Mra Hugh Kurti and family 
Mra. A C Mil... M.a~. Ethel Ray 



W. M. V. met Thursday evening 
with Mrs. R. W. Sandera Mrs. J. V. 
Price led th* meeting, opened by 
aingtng. "Mora Like The Mastar." 
Praysr ky Mrs. Robt. Broaddwa. Mia* 
T.aler rsad tha Scrip 
i« 2nd chapter of 




hame acsivitie. in their particular 
| communities. Soma of the big far 
,:»,- that Mii.it the rr.ulu from the** 
activitir. were then derided upon af. 

remedie. were outline f 
and drmunalratlona planned for thr 
community to show how 
die* could he applied, 
oi farmer • wife was appointed in 
each ca»e t,. .uperintend the demon 
be condu.t. I ■ 
arioua activitira. 
I'orn. aoybrana, poultry and junior 
agricultural club work will get at 
trillion in the Bell* Point cuminun 
it). Sack MrCiuire, Jame* IKirbin, 
•nd Miaa Bellr M, i.u,r  wars aaktcted 
aa th* community Isadora in these 
projects. Pruit growing, hugs, poul- 
try sad soil building will got atten- 
tion in the Kaah community with 



when angry 
woman smart. 

Some paoplr can make a big atir 



Some 

thr 



men are 

of others 
of th* aafs 

If you knew ho 
troublra are with 
wouldn't afMJ 
self. 



quick to recognite 
they ha* 



unpopular your 



prepara 
Cougha 



aaTa^ 1 ^ CS| o-ittr" 



in quickly removing 
nd Cold. "Deep-seated 
Cougli. and Col. la are a inanac* to 
the LL'NtIS " Tak* no chance with 
a •yrtip of merely pleasing taalr, but 
us* LcNCARIUA. recommended and 
used by Nurses and Phyaiciaaa. and 
proclaimed tha bast. L'naqualed for 
throat, difficult breathing, etc 
and II 20 par hot tie Your 
money back if any othar preparation 
approach** it for good results Msnu 
factured by Lungardia Co., Dallas, 
Tsxaa. FOR SALE BY 

DRUG STORE 



feet Aa R,l. plaatrred thr buiier h.- 
toucbed'a aensltlvr nerve. I . , ■ , gate 
a powerful kick, landing on lloh'a 
right rye He gavr a l„Ma| of |«ln. 
win!.- Ijdty turned over to a more 
•■omfortahle |H.«ltl,,i,. she would not 
wake up : aiie w «a a heavy alaeper. aa 
he knew from experience. 

Hours later, or a» It aeeuied laMa 
■asMl l*hrrr at her feet waa a bor- 
rlblr hlark irealiire. licking her t ■.- 
She .-.^ild not niotr; »l,e felt |M'lrlnr l 
M the terrible anlniul glared and 

a cry to Hob. 

After an eternity of walling, the 
animal Jump.'! off the bv.1 and alimk 
away 

"Hob." »hr called. In hrr weakest 
voice 'Hoi, lear «ak  up I m ... 
frlglilme.1." 

Hob waa la no cMnfortlug iu.wnI. 
t.ui be got out of lv,| and turned on 



"Look at your rya, It Is all Mack 
a ulghl I've bad What did you 

•y«r 

•ed to say what he did 
win. tha air of a tragedy 



aaal alttlng on my fast moat »f too 
abjbt Dust think I'm eras/ Mob; he 
really did I shall maka oh rsaolu 
tioi, for th* future Never again will 
It bo early to bad far MJ| and aa fir 



Start The New Year 



BY TRADING WITH 



Currey & Gulley 



THANKS To'Voij 00 ^ °^ l U "' ne **' 

Now it ■ a privileice and a pleaiure to 
SBlsad t.. vim ..ur grateful appreciation 
of your splendid nupport. 

We trunt 1923 will be both plean«nt and 



CURREY  », GULLEY 



Twenty-two Crittenden county far- 
mera and their wives are cooperating 
with County Agent John R. Spencer 
and thr rxtenaion diviaion of the Col- 
lege of Agriculture in keeping rec- 
n the number of eggs laid by 



right kind of rare helpa hen. lay more 
egg. in winter. 

Limeatone aa a meana of building 
up aoila and hooating crop yielda ia 
grt ting increased attention from 
Web.trr county farmers living in thr 
Slaughter* community. County Agent 
I.loyd E. Cutler saya. Seven of them 
this fall ordered HO ton. which will 
the first lim 



ration, on 



irrn 



and 
Pulaaki 



of 

Tobacco Growers' Co- 
operative Association and the exten- 
sion diviaion of the College of Agri- 
culture at Lexington furnished thr 
meana of ahowing scores of farmer, 
in that arc t ion of the atste how to 
•trip snd grade their leaf crop to thr 
best advantage. County Agent W. C. 
Wilson says. A total of 63 farmers 
attended the .ix 
in different parts of th. 



luing to take ateps for the improve- 
ment of their poultry flocka, County 
Agent H. J. Hayes says. Eight purr- 
bred breeding cockerels recently were 
placed on farms of the county while 
snother model poultry house waa 
completed. 

Purebred livestock is gaining in 
imbers on Leslie county 
County Agent T. H. 



Midi 



Gsrrsrd NstionBl Fsrin Lobii Assn 



Federal Farm Loans; 
RATE OF 



G. B. SWINEBROAD. 



M II IMIII II I 



Drive Against Cattle T. 
B. Started by Lewis 
Farmers 



The work of 
from Lewis 
been given a good 
ing of 600 head of animals, accord- 
ing to County Agent R. O. Bate. Six 
of the animala teated proved to be 
earners of the diaeaa* and were con- 
demned aa reactors. It later develop- 
ed that two of the aix reactors had 
been purrhaaed by their last owner 
from a farmer avhos ewifs^and infant 



child died of 

throughout the county are co 
ting with County Agent Bate in the 
drive againat bovine tuberculoiii by 
acting at district chairman to puah 
the work in their communities. Nine- 
teen of these chairman already have 
listed 1.6 IS head of cattle owned by 
.'I - 7 different farmers for the test. 



.cally 
I Man. 



Persist 



M».t editor* arr fair ju 
man nature, 
not long be editors. 



THANKS 




We 



everything the word implit 
It would be, difficult to 



ind 



Zum&ixd Bros. 



The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dsc 28. 1 922 




APPRECIATION 



WE THANK YOU FOR A YEAR OF GENER- 
OUS PA1 



1  • fully appreciate your support, and in token 
«.f that appreciation we will endeavor to nerve you 
a« well. »r even better in l«»2:i. 



life without ambition or hope 
of substantial reward, or we 

may "pep up" and f»t there eventa often occur And 



of coniiide 

e 



May the best of everything come to you. 

CONN BROS. 

"Live anc 



The Central Record 

$i so ■ r~*. 

J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. 
R. L. EI KIN. Local Editor and Mgr. 




Ratal Fm roliUwJ A.-*.-**—' 
For Preeiaet imi City OaTieaa.l 5.00 

For County Offica* 10.00 

Fur State and District Office*. la.OO 

For Calls, ptr line •»• 

For Card*. per lino 

For all publication! In the Inter- 
•at of individual! or esarea- 
•ion of individual views, par 

'"dT. .01 



As The Editor Sees It 

An editor is always "seeing 



letimes he mentions thtm 
and at others he doesn't. 1' 
often depends upo 
not a good purpose can be 
ed. 



We have seen frisky motor- 
ists go tearing along the high- 
ways and laugh sardonically 
when nome pedestrian had to 
jump to keep from being crush- 
ed under the wheels. 

If the tables could be revers- 
ed .and the motorist were re- 
quired to make h 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 



At the dawn of a new year low he stands^in the estimation 
we have in mind a ftw things] of law abiding motorists and 
that we ha\e seen, th.- mention [the public at large. 



of which at least will serve no 
ill purpose. 

We have seen little children 
paaa adults on the street and 
look wistfully for some form of 
recognition — without receiving 
it. 

Thoughtfulness on the part 
ot the adults, of course, but 
nevertheleas an oversight 
which pains the infantile heart 
and leaves an impression that 
is not easy to forge t. 

We have seen beautiful wo- 
men walk along while men 
•tared intently at them— even 
to the point of rudeness. 

This is not a fault peculiar 
to the men of our community, 
as our men measure up to the 
standard of mankind in gener- 
al. 

It is simply a recognition of 
the beauty of womanhood, but 
a recognition so forcible in its 
nature as to be often misunder- 
stood and to cause 

utmeiit. 



Perhaps — if he has any 



We have seen many things, 
in many places, and at many 
Hea that would make many 

they were reduced to cold and 
unfeeling ty pe. 

\\ hat have you seen? 



We have 
dollars for pe 



men spend 
I pleasures 
and slip a dime in the collec- 
tion box at church. 

It probably does not occur 
to them that the dime they give 
is for the service of Clod, and 
that if it were not for the tol- 
erance of the same God there 
would be no expensive 
urea for them to enjoy. 



We have seen people sit still 
while opportunity 
them, 



•round 



Year of What? 

Again an old yeaf is behind 
us and a new one is before us. 
to make or mar— by our own 

arts 

Have we any community- 
plans for the lieu 

Are we going to make it a 
progressive year? Or shall 
we just drift along? 

The ship that drifts goes only 
as fast as the tide or current 
that carries it. It would take 
a long time for such a vessel to 
cross the Atlanta. 

Hut install a powerful engine 
in that ship, and turn on the 
full force of its power, and it 
will plow its way through the 
water at a rapid rate of speed. 

It is so with us. in this com- 
munity. 

Our rate of progress rests in 
our own hands. We can drift 
along, and let another year find 
us about w here we ure now, or 
we may employ the force of 
will power and determination 
and forge ahead, us the power 
driven 
of the 

We may 'let well eatSeS 



almost before we know It 

If we go after a thing we at 
j leaat have a fair chance of get- 
ting it. If we wait for it to 
come to us we soon learn what 
waiting means. 

The editor considers this an 
opportune tome to suggest that 
the ( hamber of Commerce 
hold some kind of a public 
meeting, and submit sugges- 
UmH and plans for 
I" Merment. 



one in our midst may be wait- 
ing for an opportunity to utter 
that word. 

I/et's have a meeting, and ex- 
change view*. 

here is plenty to be done, 
and enough of us to do it. 



be grasped. 

Possibly they expected op- 
portunity to take them gently] 
by the hand and lead them 
Kent ly up to the trough of plen- 
ty. 

But opportunity didn't. 

We have seen people stand 
up and deliberately boast to 
the point of prevarication, and I 
expect others to take them at! 
face value. 

They probubly did not real-! 
ize that those who outwardly, 
accepted them at face value i 
were secretly reading the heart! 
that wags the tongue. 



A Fa 



FOR SM K Dnr h.lf ..-re kalld- 
In* lot. adjoining my rreiaVi ■ «• on 
Stanford alrret l.leally located an.i 



II la Ik* 

ad our vt 

-Ovid 



Dally 



 I2 2S 4f  



not mentioned — 
Just want your attention — 
you'll see the Go-Getta-Man. 



There will he a meeting of the 
So  ne man carries all of the ■tosMHMM ,.f Mm Hank at Hryant- 

Till*, ai thr office nf thr hank.   n 
Tuesday January Sth . at two o'clock, 
for th* purpose of elrrhna- 
for thr 



Notice to Taa Payers 

You had better pay your rlty •» 
om. f \ou don "I want to be 

4. A 



H.ipfui TheuffM far Toeay. 

I m not try In (tom  Ino mn.il of |if» 
■t one lime IJ»e t.«tm «.I1; I Iff '• 
a rne««lr and earn Mm« ( le.-e ahonld 
he ItS and art « ith .kilt. 



a.r 



community brains around un- 
der his own hat. and hence it 
is not from his lips alone that 
all of the g..,.d suggestions 

must rome. 

Kvery person has ideas, and 
it is but fair to assume that at 
least some of them are worthy 



 t: 



D.« 



. (.rnmnr K«H.wha Salt 

d •  ••.. I. 

Hu.Loa * Fara.u 



•no* 

Y  n will Sn l. na r.-ii I.** r.-», i. 
your Ufa. thai the inniirMi il. i • ma* 
uut aim** rtartlMn* Ha* are thr ne- 
W)rlit« when ftm have  »me thin » M 
a (pint ,.f love lltt.rt lini'.n i 



Ancient Cul'r.ry 

Som. of ttm ewrit ktasa of *)sHeaetM 

evinld Hot Riipr.l to ihr ttH»l. rn ii.ate. 
■re w.ntl.1  n,h mrthoria It©- 
«mm .... I. n| | llerl I.. th- re: no.llat. 
whirl. « M ,enhe l while alive a a 
gia«   ..«.! i n the mole. 




I f pr..)«e 

BM 'in. H .ai,l irewm. at. 
furw. ih thy % ...» rtaa Ilk* ■ romv.Oi. 
Car aw uighi aad ea» Far whet at* 

U»etl bj HW il,..., u, 

newrtiM . .uki,, 

it bawi ag Qag ihej nit 
of pM|   as i. r.e 
Uhewe whe citfl tkeni frlewS? gee mftm 

'  ' ' h.».«el 

»•  •«  «• feel -f ««.!. 

— All r«**l | i'itii%fM* ( 




WELSH & WISEMAN CO'S 

Stock Clearance Sale 

Which You Can't Afford to Miss 



IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK TO THE LOWEST POSSIBLI 
POINT BEFORE TAKING OUR ANNUAL INVOICE, WE ARE NOW 
HOLDING OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE, BEGINNING 

TODAY, OFFERING A 



Liberal Discount 

ON EVERY ITEM, EVERY ARTICLE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT 

THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STORE 
EXCEPTING IN THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT. WHERE STILL 

GREATER DISCOUNTS OF 

1-4 1-3 and M 

WILL APPLY; AS WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OCR ENTIRE 

STOCKS OF 



Goats. Suits. Dresses. Waists. /Willineru, Furs 

Wf ^^%*U V«^f ■ v \-r f ■ ■ we »^_» wwy rnneeweesw^B wj v ■  • ■ '-e 

AND ARE OFFERING ALL THESE LINES RB6J KDLESS OF COST 

/ 

TERMS OF SALE- SPOT CASH NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS 



DRKSS ccons 


HOSIERY 


COM Ft l RTS 


LIN'oLEl MS 


SILKS 


IIANDKKRt HII KS 


SHEETS 


MATTINi.S 


\ KI.VETS 


I N'UKItW EAR 


SHEETINGS 


COATS 


WH1TK  ;oo I S 


HIHBONS 


01 TINCS 


SI ITS 


«. IXC HA MS 


NOTIONS 


THINKS 


ORESSHS 


TABLE LINKNS 


l'( II LET ».  )« I S 


BAOS 


FURS 


KM 


LADIES' SHOES 


I PIIOLSTERV 


WAISTS 


NAPKINS 


MISSES' SHOES 


( L'RTAIN M l S 


Mil 1 INER^ 


CORSETS 


I M H HELLAS 


WLNIIOW SHADES 


KIMtiNOS 


OLOVES 


BLANKETS 


RIGS 


L'NDEH.M I M.INS 



Welsh & Wiseman  2o 



DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 



Tha (Jontt al 





YOUR GOOD WILL IS WORTH MORE THAN 
MONEY TO US 

HUDSON A FARNAU 




Mr. tienrge Swinehroad attended 
the lance in Richmond Tueaday eee- 
nine given by Mr. and Mr. William 



Mr. and Mr. Jack Adam, return- 
. I w.terday from Richland*. Va.. 
where they havr been visiting for see- 
rral week*. 

Mr and Mr.. Adnlph Joseph enter- 
tained the clerk, of Joseph'* store Ut 
an elegant .liner on Christmas day al 

their home on Maple avenue 

Mr Ashley Swope it here on a visit 
hi* mother. Mr«. Hrirhi llernnr. 
He is now making hi. home in Lock 
hart. Texa*. an. I .« well 



Gossip About 
People 



A arwi Maat 






....... kfTfc. 




at 




will 



Mr ..,1 Mr. William An.i. mm. of 

rnt rf 




M». Sarah nail Smith, of SI 
villa, ha. been thr attractive cue* 
..( M. -. M rune Mae Robinson, on tha 




Mr*. VanArs.lale. ..f 
the e-u ■ ' Mr. R K. 



Miaa Van 

i. viailinr 



nd. 




Mim Mar ' Miller Wuoda and 
Nancy Tom l-ear *. •• * I -m in Dan 



M • « I .in.. ► 

B. alley have 

kj Danville 



and aon. Kan- 
Mr.. Rank. 



Mrx Victor Rate. Mary Kuey Rica.' Wr uJ Mrfc lUr% . t  Ml R.^rt,. „f 
Mr an.l Mr*. Oscar Hallar.l and baby. . S ianf..r !. bye* be.-n mm 
af Rurgin, wciv visitor* ilf ij| nciuB:rr , utftn* 

in l.«nr»»!. r Sunday. 

J Col J..e Hsseldrn 
Mr and Mm. rraz.er Hurt. ..f S|(r . (1|f , h  „ 

• •. '.field. III., vhae been *yen linar 

., DM .lay. with bar .later. Mr. K 

Mr.. J M 



, with her 



Mr II \ II Mark. 




Mr an.l Mr. Albert Phillip*, f 
f'orbln, have hen visiting Mr*. I'h 
!.pa" parent*, Mr and Mr«. T L. Tan- 
ti. and Mr and Mr*. W. 8. Emhry 

Mr. V.. L. Owsley. Mr. W It. C..„k 
and Mi«« Mary Owsley left Tuesday 
f r Cincinnati fur a few day* vi»il. 

They will be Joined by Mr. I . u -rr 
Owsley, of Chicago, III. 

Mr. Mai Mr. Ilnyd.-n Leaved at 
tended 'he Vox Hunt fivrn hy Mr. 
Bam Helm al Turnersville laat M  
day. A haul thirty attended and 
Sty day sras enjoyed by alt. 

The Chriatavaa party that waa to 
be givrn tala afternoon at the W.»- 
a*.aa'» ('lab room* ha. beea p ea t 

p..ne.l f r tr. present a. ... many 
member* are ill and other* have en- 
gagement*. 

Mr J. D Carter. Prohibition En- 
forcement nffirer, .pint the Holiday* 
with Ma family here. Mr. farter haa 
been quite artive «inre hi. appoint- 
ment and ha* made several important 



Mr Marr* Swinebmad attended 
the dance givrn by governor an.l Mr* 
K P. Morrow at -he Man.ion in 
Krankfort Tueaday .vening. in hon- 
| of their daughter. Mia* Kdwina 
M..rr..» 

th Dan Collier Elk in wa* called 
from Boston la.t Sunday . due to the 
critical illnea* of hi* mother. Mr-. 
R- I. Klk.n He will return r'n.lav. 
Mr* KIkin havmir *hown aome im- 
provement. 

Mi** Kdna Cnderwood cntcrta.ned 
It a six o'rloek dinner Tueaday eve- 
at her home on Richmond .treet. 

charming vi.itor*. M.-e, 
an.l Mane Crowley, of 
A ( , •mjr»r O-her iru. »t» were 
Messrs Morn- Tsd I M I A U. ga  
tndge. of 



BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC. 
30th., AT 2:30 I WILL CLOSE OUT 
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHAN- 
DISE, including all fixtures, counters 
Mid ihcIviHf and a lot of household fur- 
niture, ;ii retail auction in small lots to 
H i the purchaser. 

CoiM to this sale and buy at your 

   \vn price. 

Coy S. Sanders 



A. T. 



LANCASTER, KY. 

Scott, Auctioneer. 



Th. wedding of M.~ Madge Mont- 
sue* and Mr. William Rob 

Co.... Jr.. which waa •olamnii- 
Saturday ofternoon at four o'clock 
at the Kir«t Christian church waa pic- 
MMfM »nd beautiful in every de- 
tail. 

Tne church wa* elaborately deco- 
rated witli cedar, holly an.l miatletoe. 
tall cedar tree* were placed at either 
*ide of the choir loft and .mailer tree, 
were uaed to bank the choir and the 
pulpit. The tall tree, were alao u»ed 
at each end of the halconiea with (tar 
land* of cedar bough* and holly along 
the lialrnny rail*. Cluater* of mi*- 
tletoe were .appended at inter^'al* 
from beloa the balcony. A large 
cedar tree Wai placed at the attar 
with tall bough* of holly and miatle- 
toe at either »lde. Cathedral candle, 
in .even branch candelabra, .hed a 



nd Mr I | 
accompanied Mr*. J. K. Kl- 
more and Mi*a Sue Shelby Ma.on a* 
far a* Lexington Thursday where 
they took the train for a «hort viait 
a*. Mr.. Huckner Spin. lie. in Norfolk 
Va., where they joined the CongTe« 
.mnal .hip for a vi.it to I'nnama. 



I'r  ceding the crrmony, Mia* Kath- 
erinr Letcher, preatdinjt at thr organ, 
played "The Harcarole" from Tae* of 
Hoffman, and "To a W-ld |{o»c" from 
Mrl'owell. Two Ming.. "Until,' and 
"Wlo-ii Y..u Are Truly Mine." were 
beautifully «ung by Mr*. 



par 



One .if the merry Chri.tir 
: . ,\ . i»t given Tue*day evening 
by Mi** Margaret Klliotl, at her home 
on Maple avenue Chrietma* emb- 
led much to the attractive- 
the interior. The n.ning 
.pent with vartou* liver 
which a delicioua lunch 
There were ab..u  T». n- 
ty-ftve gue*t* being indebted to the 
charming h.Mitea* for so delightful 
an evening. 



holiday* with relative, at 
and Hueaa Viala. 

Mi- Mary Noel, of Hanville. ia 



. of 

and 



i.b Rich 

Mr 11 a Poynter and 
Hunt. .r I apent Xma 
Mr. Aif»rd Poyater 



bury. f  r the Chrutiaa* holiday, left 
1m her home in Covington today. 



I e, 

her 

ill. 



i.r.-.-n Clay Wi 
ii St Jaaeph H ....t. m 
haa been removed to 



Mr and Mr. J..hn till! Kinnaird 

I and little .on, Joha Morow, who ha»e 

I been vi.iling Lancaster relative*, re. 

Mr* U P. Simpaon. of l^-aiaftoB, i jrni d to their home in Islington 

H tha fweat of her daughter, Mrs. ! Tuesday. 

Kphriam llrown and Mr. Brown. 
r Or an.l Mr.. Hatfield arid rhil 

Dr. Milton Kl.iot'. of U uuville. 1 r. ■■. Kli.r and Ernest, spent the 

haa been (pending a few .lay* witb|\nia» holiday* with Mrs Hatfield's 

hit p»r. I»r taa Mrs. W M. EL parent. Mr and Mr. T. B Waller. 

Uatt l..f Jat»». Ey. 



I*n.f. an.l Mr.. Paul B«i).l and chil 
w«i are  | endinr the Chnatmaa va 
■th rsl.t.re. in Leitchnel.l. 



M -» Matie Lutt. retartied fiom 
I on.bui yrsteraa) where .he had a 

lives. 

Mr and Mr*. Charles f/nnlh. of 
Charlr.tim, M' Va.. .pent Chn.tmaa 
with then parent.. Mr and Mr*. N 







TRADE WITH C. K. ENGLE 

FANCY CROCERIES AND DRY 

l.cxiittrtoii cTt ani Flour, Pt r S«i k 
LfxiiiKton Sp. iiul F»t«nt Flour. Per Sack 
l^xlnirton Frize Patent Fluir. 
Sugar. 100 Foundi for 

A STORE FULL OF I 



$1.10 



C. K. EINOLE 



Mr Kraacis Elliott, who is attend 
nig Denial College at Louiaville, is 
at home «hls week with hi* parent. 
Dr. an.l Mr*. William KIlL.tt. 



Mr H.nrv 
Jaii 



is with 

II. - r  

v, 



t 

. feai, 
Mr an I Mr. 



Miaa Mary Elmore, teacher m th. 
School for Iht Deaf at Morgantown 
S C , la spending the holiday vara 
tier parent*. Mr. and Mr 

Mr* Ward Combs an.l . hi I 
Mary Stone. John E. and Louise, of 
Ludlow, have been .pending tha 
CMatasaa holiday* with Mrs. James 



Mrs. A H. Rice, who has been viai- 
tmg her metlsvr. Mrs. H A H Marks- 
bury, left Tuesday for a visit in ( in 
cinnati before going to her home ia 



The mprcstve ceremony was *aul 
by Dr. Madi«.n \ Hart. The bridal 
party entered promptly at four 
o'clock to the (train* of Lohengrin'* 
"Wadding March " Through the rear : 
door* and down opposite aiales came 
Mea*r . William Einnaird, of Lancas- 
ter, and Kdward I'rewitt, of Ml. Sterl- 
ing, they were followed by Mesra. 
Cha*. Terry Cecil III. and Rufu* Pre*, 
ton Carter, both of Danville. Reh.nd 
Mr ( e. i' came the brideamaid. Miss 
Margaret Letcher Cook. »i*ter of the 
(room; *he wa* followed by the maid 
of honor. Miaa Elisabeth Salter. Just 
preceding the bride, came the charm 
Ing little flower girl. Mlas Lillian Bi »- 
ley. Tha bride entered alone an.l 
was met at the altar by the groom 
and Mr. Vul Cook, who was hi* broth- 
er, beat man. The bride, always 
beautiful, wa. unusually H in her 
Mr. and Mrs. Lnther C.l.b* at tl.e.r 'iraped gown of white, satin with 
■asM It 'Hill ( ..art." The table was »»"ha aj rose point lace and train of 
most attractively laid an.l wa* deco aatin. She carried a .hower bouquet 
rated with an exqui.it  arrangement br, 'le '«•»•'• and valley lilies, 
of Chriatmu. emblem.. An rlabor Mis. Salter was regal in a gown of 
ate menu wa* .ervrd an.l c..\e». ». r. pink chiffon and cream lace with *il 
placed for Mr*. Thoinp»on. Mia* Nan aat ajajji and train of chiffon, .hi 
cy Thomps4.ii. Mi*. Martha Dr. n amed a large arm bouquet of ('.. 

and Mr. W M. Elliott. Mr and Mr. umbia rose, tied with long .treamer 

•f pink tulle. Misa Cook wa. mo. 
I I* atrikiag in a gown of pale yellov 

georgette trimmed in gxild and carry 
ing an arm bouquet of Ophelia rosea 
tied with tulle to match. Little Miaa 
Lillian Ho.l.y wa. dainty and ex- 
quisite m a while chiaTun frock with 
butterfly how of pink tulle at the 
shoulder and bandeau of pin'*, chiffon 
an.l tulle; she carried a basket of 
Columbia roses and gytophila 

Mr. and Mr*. Cook left immediate 
)y after the ceremony for a short mo 
tor trip be fire reluming U  DaB'.ille 
to make their aonu 

The bride ia the charming and -c 
• omplnhed meet of Mayor VY I). 
Melatyrr, of this rity. She has made 
her borne here for .everal years anil 
for the paat year haa held a position 
ia oae of the rity tchoola She i. 
a graduate .,f Erntucky College for! 
Women in t ie class of l»S0. 

Mr. Cook is the oldest aon of Mr 
and Mrs. William Robinson Cook 
this city and is a prvsjreaajvc yucn* 
faraser of this county 
his bride are among thr 



The following LaiwasU r paaple 
attaaaad the Isaac-Cook w editing in 
DanvllW Saturday afternoon Mr*, 
li t. McKoberu. Mr.. V. B Mark* 

•. mm Kate Einnaird. M,* I 
linn K i n rut i r*| , Mt . Y. I Owl i | \1r  
J. A. Amoa. Miaa Mahle, Uar. Mr. 
and Mr.. V A. Uar. Mi.. I | 
Maawn Mr. I onia latndram. Mr and 
Mrs. Luther QjMa, Mr. K . h 
I i r.t. Mrs. J R. K nnaird. Mr* Sallie 
Rosa Lawson. Mr- Pearl tlu ley. Mr 
(jeorgr Lawsva. Mr. aud Mrs. John 1 
Oil Kinnaird. Dr and Mr.. Virg.' 1 



Mr. and Mra Elijah MrMillian en 
tertained Tueaday with a 12 o'rloek 
dinner in honor of the bride and 
Mr. and Mrs. J L Bratton 
The h..u«- was beautifully decorated 

A 



served to thr following guest.: Mr. 
•nd Mr*. J L, Bratton. Mr an.l Mrs 
Huford Rmiih. Mr snd Mr. Mose 
Kay. Mr. and Mra. |ai|at in Ray and 
son. Jalltan Kinnrth. Mr*. Wilbsrt 
Dailey, Misea Lida Mae and Jessie I 
U Ray. Messrs. Abner Ray. J.w and I 
Harrtaan Uaile, *i,d Mr 




Mas Big Butter Industry. 

Th.- ."v al I'ork. Ireland. I* one of 
♦he grpt.M batlae e.. n t.t- la the 
wor'.l • It I. eailmated that 
*ni.. tt of 



one | eara 

• i m 




The 

RAN€E 



Everlastingly 
Good 

By the 



Pair 




HASELDEN 



V 



FOR CHRISTMAS 
BARGAINS IN 



Fruits 
Applet 



R. J. EM CLE 

Near Depot latrraster.Ky 



■ATM' 

le a «ord 
No ».i Uk*n for le«* than tOc 
In Ml MM No a* i« thle 



Sum ina 
price of five 
Phone ord. 

promptly 




Kurniehed room* for rent. 
29. Mn 



jr 



morning when h« hsving read for the 
week 250 chapter* Mia* hlllr 1 on 
Mr. and Mr*. Price Bourne gave a Najrlor raportad I in while Rev Lev. 
turkey dinnrr to a nam bar of friends • I* Thompson raarf II*. Tha reading* 
and relative* Xmaa day. Jarr taken every Runda) by Mr Ka 

Mr Denver laom and Mr. Hall. of »*••«' T"^n»pi 



Harlan, are tha ruceta thai week of 
thnr uncle, Mr. Ryla laom. 

Mi** Sue Sutton and Mr. Jno. 
rnteatained a number of thair 
fr ■ i. Xma* .lay at a noon dlnnar 

Mr an.l Mr*. Ernaat Coeney and I 
Miaa Anma Blank* motored to Isl- 
ington last Wednesday for tha day 

Mi** I.rnora Bogie and Mr Brunrr 

of 




work. She ha* been going to school 
about IM montha and completed the 
3rd. reader thla laat term. The lit- 
tle Miat ia only six yean of eg* and 
cannot ! .- kept at home. She attenda 
at Mason 

Mr (Jordan Ooly and Mia 



Phone 



FOR RFNT 
•treat. 

 2l-2l2t) 



W .1 



The Genuine. I on* Leaf. Sundial 
Burley— Price $1.50 par ounr. 

t B I.ayton. 
112-2140 1-ance.tcr. Ky . R. 1. 



Sunday of her 

A "Comic Xmaa 
by the B Y I' I 



Much fun i» e«- 



Miaa Dean Hunter haa  old ainra 
Jan.. IHJi. l.'nO worth of milk and 



hat happy look 
on the fac eof a certain young man if. 
in thia town? There U a re aeon 
ha ia never troubled with in 

tion. • 

• 



Wo poaitiroly will not permit fom 
hunting or hinting of any character 
or trrapaaajng on our farms. Any 

violator* wilt be prosecuted. 

J. 8. Schooler. Bdgar Price. W. A. 
Price. Joe Criaeillia. T. J. Price. R 
L. Elkin. B. M. Lear. R. U Barker 

R. K 
J. V. 

i i. Sehaat.an. W. A. 



Bourbon Red 
■ns. 5.00; Tumi. $7.00 

Mn B. M I -ear. 
( 1 J 1 4-4t.   Paint Lick. Ky 



Nice brick 
cupied by Coy 
year IS»23. 
I.M4V4.) 



re, for rent for 
Haaelden 




FOR SALI:— One gooo at new. | 
Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two 
Swinging. Coal Oil Lampe; three 
Electric Light Futu re. For infor- 
Kca.  tf  



Hughei Bros.. M. B. Turner, R. L. 
Arnold. Ed Baker. J. A. Scott. W. 
T. Worrel. A. B. Doty. W M. Marsh- 
banka. H M. Kurti. J. W. Sweeney. 
J. S. Iaon. George Conn. Prather and leg 
Creech. Donaldaon Jonea, Doyle Old- ley 
field. I-ee Pendleton 
(' 

of 26 



Heater*. Cook Stove*. Coal Hod*. 
Shovel*. Stove Pipe* and Elbow*. 
Roaster* and Perculator*. Stove 
Board*, etc and other article* cheap 
for 15 day*. J. R. Mount 4% Co. 



I 'IK ■ 



LOST: Black and white 
oumi hitch Scar on hind 
wire rut Reward. J. T. Hack- 
Stanford. Ky.. R. F D No. 1. 
near Cedar Creek on Crab Orchard 
pike.  lM4ltp.i) 



TOBACCO SEED:— "White T*.»t 
Bud", one of oldcel type bur ey More 
pound* to acre. highe»t quality. Limit- 
Bfl quantity of *eed for aale. $1.25 o». 




J. A. Beozlev 

MINERAL DIRECTOR 



Hione J. i  rl .- phone 27 
LANCASTER. KY. 



. Printus Wdlkcr 

VETERINARIAN. 



Old 



Dae a* 

317 

HF. MUCKY 



n Clay Walker 
And Real Estate 



on fi 
farm for aaU — priv- 
ately or at auction. 
Office over J. W. Smith'* Store. 

DR. J. J. b»Yla»JNE 

OI'IOMI IKISI 

Practice limited 
to diagnoaing s.id 
) correcting defect* 
Eyeaicht by 



That good Standing-up Barley that 
weigh* heavy and color* *rood. $ I 50 
un ounce. B. F. Kellry. 

Lanca'trr. Ky . Route 1. 
.12-Jl-7t-p.li Box ITS 



Start right if yo'i want a goo.l crop. 
Sow the beat *eed. the old big. broa. I. 
•harp pointed leaf standing Hurley i» 
the beat by teat: ha* color, length and 
weight, ripen* early, ra*y to handle, 
in fact, i* better n every way. W* 
are offering the aeed for aale at tl -'• 
per. ounce. Mail order, filled prompt- 
1  Phone 3II4-Y. » 



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Ky . 




PLANT I nil FALL 
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES 



CRAPE VINES 
EVERGREENS 



la fact, every thing for Orchard, Lawn 
Our iUuatrated dialog 

ever |BJM*f n the 
It • free for tha ..king 

H. F. HILLENMEYER * SONS, 



Ha ^ 



There will be held a meetmg of 
the Stockholder* of the Cmien* Na- 
tional Bank of Lanraater. Ky.. for the 
purpoee of electinr directora to aerve 
the ensuing year. 

The election will be held at office 
of aaid bank on Tuoday. January ». 
1»23 from 10 to 2 o'clock. 

L. G. DAVIDSON . Caah.ar. 

Boyle County 

Farm for Rent 

M 



for 3 year* ;   
at end of the 



too pike. I'* mile ..If road. gar* 
room houae; 6 acre born, corn ai 
wheat land. Will aell team*, to. 
Mas feed, all goad. Coma aad a 
thi* farm I'hon. 5504. Box 174. 
Danv.lle. Ky.  12-.S-40 



ll i. 
In Danville and 
on to Lexington for a short .toy. 
They were accompanied by Mr Scott 
and Miaa ll.mm.ck, of Paint Lick. 
The contracting party are well known 
and have many frtenda both in Oar- 
rard and Madtaon rountie* who wt*h 



*nd 

Mr and Mr. Bob Naylor 
taine.l a number of their friend* at a The audience aa wall aa the 
.p l endid Xma* dinner. A very en- enjoyed the affair especially the reel 
joyahle day waa tpent by her gueet* i tation given by Miaa Mae Belle Sut 

Mr and Mr*. R. S. Clark, Mr. Price | u " an* monologue by Miaa Sal 
Clark and Mr*. Virgia May. apent ■$ Lou Naylor Master Eme.t Rob- 
Tuesday in Lexington, the guest, of , » -ted aa Santa CUua N aWN 
Mr. Clark", mother. Mrm Margaret »•  ••» ""ore beautiful decorated 
Clark 

Mr tireen Eatea an I Mia* l ean» 

Hunter attended th-'ir home church 

at Kirkaville Sunday and were din- 1 atiegireetatl t'.erjy. 

M gu. -i. of Mr an I Mr* Suva Tl-n there I* ih- mm, whe 
fo trt deetlned to go thr »uli life hitting 

' hat thumb mi the bark »Mle trying 

The Xmaa tree given by the ladle, 
of Pleaa.nl Crovr church waa great 
ly enjoyed by tho*e prraent. Much 
merrmient wa* offered when Santa 

Mi** Dean Hunter waa hoateea at 
ttmm Tuesday. A delightfnl repa*t 
wa* *erve.i. con.isting of all the deli- 
cacie* of the araaon A very enjoy- 
able time wa. apent by thoae pre* 
eat. 

Mr*. Wm. Blank, and Miaa Annie 
Blank* enterta.nr I at a delightful 

enjoy.-d the hospitality of Mr* 
Blank*. The gue.ta from a 
were Mr* Y 
of Hubble 

the Primary 
S. S provided a 
Xm«. tree for the enjoyment ♦ 
rlaa. Saaday morning. Tha brtgi 
httl- face* beipoke of their 
whrn Mi** Curtia p 
a gift from the tree. 

We are sorry to report that Mr*. 
Tele.fnw Pollard, who ■• ill at the 
Oood Samaritan Hoapital at Lexing- 
ton, i* not 
be 

operation which occurred there. 

Mr Krneet (ioeney and family have 
taken room* with Mr.   Ioeney'* father 
the first of March 

to live.. Mr Frank 
Shearer |J moving to his 
plat e ju.t v.c.ted by Mr. 

Mr 



MONEY to LOAN 



to b«y • home von can borrow 
the money aid pay It back on the Inatallmenl 
plan. Make application lo the Secretary now 

Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n 

Raawioi. hiiMiil. lbs SkefcVa lisag. 5ttiy-TrtM. 




j. f. H m w, rrwasarax. ant .^ae jerier *»* , . v»i»-nve». 

preached -ithou. w'wroe. " ' 



rtie trouble wllh 
oat they are a  den 
'I fhr «rhlle.— Itov ee 



Like tbs Netee. 
ind i i' in avajaj issa is ea- 
eltteil i. i » i t 'i  a i-Mi moid of 

n* aa H nt» an ..rvmuent 

than ■ eetile p 



O) a'«a« Al'vay*. 

|w» rlgh- la* .itk p»in arvl 
O* thi U.I T' . Iteert win rh»»r thee 

whe*  a*. |mio'  n*Tgai Dt arreag f.» 

plenaer- • » .fce tt**l --»"int  aina 
The |J.- -i'- — '* depart . ; the *1n re- 

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m and 

■veal 

I  tiry 



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Vaa. W.'va Mat 

■ n pli »*k» 
_$k trying i» no. I h«w 
aalag a hard tt.'n«. Ma*a the 
aeed to d.. it An   



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thlnj.-s i 
of ,*rs 



i.nv »r th. 
he f.mn'l 
Fx,h*nge 



n.»M .'Olhlese 



*i , Mete* Waa Ae**e t 

Note re.-ei r- '.a • Maw T *rt  tmrf. 
r "Kin.tl .  . iltate my eon Men**)/ 
iMdna ''.e aasa k-.»ie .!■  *• -«n 



Southern Railway System 




la ua*  suuejig meie.*. 
atag l »l« f r *wa| 

at* drwiit;h; I* • period "f 

ouar.nU«e daya lint 
aa* of wa* I  • . run 4a v A raia 
they day i* a day wit'. iH in. or asore of 
' rail, in ■' rain lawaus tut 

Ian* I/. Rpj i in \ ;..r»lal drouglil 
la a pBBj**j a] more rnan J» conaesrutiva 
day*. Ok* ... ia r»iufall M .aJrh d«ee 
aoi . i ». i*r d«f. 



ADMINISTRATOR'S 

SALE 



Men Ciatan. 

Men ark* hsMl of Itltlw thing* .ad 



Saifshnssa Memear*. 

It i* to tw do.iiiir.! if n«* urn 



great i ! . , i .- • 
il.lnk'* «• re 




M If the  knew 
Htrai .ad »hat 



what 



f «n,| 



•o h.avm who 



MM i want fu de rwet 



NoUce 



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il be a meetm 
 ta of the (lain 
and Traal Company at lU 
Tueaday, January tfth . lb$3. for the 
purpoee of vlectiag officer* fur the 
enauinc year. The meeting will b* 
held from 1 P M U 4 P. M. 
J. W. 



Saturday, Jan. 6th, 



Paint Lick thf following pfrsonal property: 

One Brootl Mare; Une good work Home; One good leuni 
-if Young Home*, four year* old; One Horse Mule, good worker. 
One five year old mare Mule; Four Milk Town; Two Calves; 
Four Young Sows, will furrow in March; Fifteen head of Sheep; 



of u. 



The Mt'. at data the hlgt.ee* order 
,.f ii,. i • *«-e. waa flret ta- 

•WH and the Blaefc 
aa. tlx- m ■■' Kdward III of Kng- 
land «aa it* hrat duke, uader tfe* 
ml. ,.r i|.e aanVa af i*ornaall. 



f. thither aiom- T-llham 

ahetrj.rrpn.,,, tne Star*. 



Few Will A*m « Ulai 

W *rk. arrordlng lo aiy ftvllng. I* aa 
mi, i, '    ■■•■ .it to a man aa ertlag 



Is aa 



■d .1 r» 
or .h arts- tsf 
a* taken lo l.r.—l 
asirt ii..i. i, . ,,,( , „,., 
ger he com .-.I |,, (I..- iileht 
ai.-llar |.l..st. 
a  ler|, rr«l 
dtslin.-||t 



Divert* i , Matur m Assam. 

la Assam ii„. ttoiaaa who Urea ef 
h  r ritis . i-r.-l. ra si,- I her csaa 

PMa It* bat huebaad t« 

■er. ll.t-t sit aaM Md have a |wr 
fr-llj I -. hat H ad alo- orT.-r* 

Will it «■ l.ey la t-Xiha'lge f«MT 

h " ,r ' sissitd Hit ii i-,.. ks 

ai* rteMaa - . aasae) aad it*- 

parts lii a i says bi  platv may 

(W taken ht aiitsUta-r. bat tale 
•m evt-i, ivjaaa a ana pj ia 
"•mart »t-i „i \ssam. 



SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG 

ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE 

Young men who would eater the decline of life in com- 
forUb'e circumstances should beg n to eav* now. 

The approved modern math. I at saving is a saving, ac- 
count in the home bank. 

This bank invitee young men and young women to join 
tta family of aavlag* depositors. 

One dollar epea* a aavlag* account, aad any sum may 

THE NATIONAL BANK 

OF LANCAS I im 

S. C DENNY, Cashiar 



G r „ L 13 a el i BWPeY, t-ashiar 

. I. nounsnell, Admr. I ca, ( ».i «m,ooo. surplus » 3 o,ooo 



Cspt. Am I 



The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dec 28. 1922 



/ — 





»f chicken* t» get 
thr itiMt wintrr rare* ha* 
considerable interest among Jefferson 
county farmers and their wivea ilur 
ing the laat few weeks. I. W. Ander 
•on. assistant count v agent of the 
county Mjri. Thr keeping of record* 
I by SB flock owner* in thr county an l 
the organisation of (wo gruapa of 
farmrra an l thrir wivea for thr pur 
af atudyiag various detail, of 




that ft 
Thr 
farmrra 



brine kept by thr SB 
proving to he f»p«nally 



CONN and CONN 




Tod.r • Wise Wo. 1 

periston of charanrr I* ■• ■■ -f in- 
line! lirp-'rtant  •' ' ■•man qualities. 



Study in Which J 
The Japanese w.r. 

a •ClrOtlrtr siu.i* ' 



Tod*/. Wis* Wara. 

I I M.I aonie. g.*»l uioiiirfit* They 
. .. ,.•!,.. • In spite of ..in- Tha 

hi oc la 
llmrv J 




Irr 




TheusM far Hh] Oar 

betorr you lra| . lie *urr n a 
»'l II r. I.kr BkWMl.rr I- * — 
Herald 



Tha Om Th no Thay •"aula D  

Mm will wran.-l- f..r religion. «r-ia 
far II. fight for II .tta f..r It an t.r ' 
few M.e M n «". ••.it 




Timely NfD • lr •m« 
The !•• »! *u 
lion i. ;i. i - ' laat 

aad Mi" i  e- 

meh'a li |. H. ne* ■ f l-astf 
repair thai n, .!«,.• re*ni*t.l *v • *w- 



Wantal lh« Mer- . v*,w»; 

A hoy at — .u.tt w . .i . il i »rH- 

in« ho,.   f.o • t i . • . m.W 

a Anal r*f i...i ... 'hal 

be .1.1 i ..| «i.i ••• '.-«•« 

to beriMBM : ii aat 

In or • w. r. ; Had): 

Will  •• i .li. . i I ■ • ■ ■ I am 

*SV Itlg up   



•aaiicra af Bt;uty. 

\ heautlfet hrwn m; kes,  Hr plale- 
•l far* aaed) Id |wak at AM ails' 
i.l-IiI anil kind feetlnc* within sin»II 
. i • . 

Doctor Jonnaav on Wesson 

Hir. rntj iipr riving a Ntaaj far It; 
tin* Mta« wilt nut iiulr l  right Too) 
urn h.ive a re**.*! why two »lel two 
•ti..nM makr Hvc; Inf they will .nil 



• tins to rhirkrn rniaera of thr 
county, n addition to keeping rec- 
ords on thrir (lock*, thr .'.*• person* 
arr conducting thnn at .rrmon«tra- 
li. ma to show thr value of a number 
of rrrommrndrd poultry practirr*. 
ttui. making it 



whtallr stopped abruptly. 

Ilea. I |.r  f |*x| In hi* two band*, b* 
read ihr letter again, spread   iit on 
lila drab, a* If a armtid pcru*al might 
alfrr tbr situation. 

• I —Mr Hill l»on'l tlilnh thai I have 
forgotten you. for all thr lung •UbBr*. 
\\ hen I tiidl ji«i I did not lovr )i.ii 
rw o t l gb to marry. Inn loved yrair 
rrleml Instead. I waa wrong He 
never naked mr again, hy the »aj 
If you aflll weat rar. I alll marry 
yaw. In fact, I am taking a chance 
and coming out i.» it,.- ti.-tt i... ,• 




how to frrd and takr rarr of thrir 
Srna for thr 

Thr number of 
fWka rangra from 25 to St* but all 
of ahrm arr bring fed with thr idra 
of n.rrrating thrir eg/ production. 
The krrp.ng of tr recorda began 
November l*t. and will continue for 
an month*. Report* made by the 
record keeper* on the number of egg* 
thrir hena arr laying abowrd that 
about one third of thr hen. in thr 
VI 

thr 

It U) 

fee I and cafe which the bird* are rr- 
ceiving that at leaat half, and per- 
bap* more, of them will be laying in 
the near future. 

The two poultry *tudy group* that 
havr been organized each include 
about 50 farmers and their 
M ntn') mert.ng. will be held 



Don't dole it out to her «■ if it wore a, charity. 
Your wife ig your partner — treat her as tuch. 

a monthly or weekly allowance — aa 



• Yea he 

thought he loTe«l her bad heel prel 
ty aril .nt up abeti .lie tnmed dim 
■town lint lie hadn't I tonight of her 
for n.nnth* N"l «lnce he I. ad met 
r*.lk e«i lary lo ». Imtn be waa to h* 
tuarrle.1 *f ai ai tomorrow 

lint n.-.n tomorrow ' Why I bat 
waa whin the Matwnla MMlfl M 
bringing Uleeii'* inn t lo Ihr Me ldlliC 
from Iht hoiur In the Staler, and alao 
ItealrP-e Mow pmiIi) he eiplain to 
Klleeo that tin* girl had no claim 
oti hlml That thr gM affair — anil It 
had har ll  l»efi that 
dofcr with \rar* ago. 

II.. a ronld be know that Beatrice 
a. mid revive an affection for him 
ahe bar) never »hown and oal of a 
clenr »ky would dearend to rnln hi» 
weeding .lay* 

Mill nw and fa-rd 'he Im.r of thr 
omifortaMe *tud» be 
..id friend and pn-et.i 
at the 
panr 



once a week or once a month deposit that sum in the 
hank to her credit. Let her run her part of 
partnership on a businesa basis. Wc 
to be 




CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. 

*** a ■ saaiaaisevar lags I ■■aviasiaa ■** ■ • 1 1 la I 





Lien* Furnish Oea 

I •'•""Il I* ..I.I I.I. 

eating, hm tiger I* lough .'newy. 
Ne  erl lude*%. the latter la -atra kg) 
ladla. as tloee 1* n • u» r»i ti.«j fbat It 
linp.irv* otreosjtb ms I . iion.iig to the 



it* m sea. 

The mlnml l. a . bMkM • Ind whk* 
aw  T* i km a fagsa the central 
ptatuKi of rran.r t.. rkg '|..|lterran 

ear It .trie* up the at I nuri 

an I ••■ ■ tuuaiiul'oex and i ilaamlr va* 



KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED 

THE IMPROVED STAN0IN6 UP BURLEY 



tentioa Will hr 

ing frr 'ing. culling, mating, hatch- 
ing ami breeding chicks. It is hoped 
that thr work of thr study groups 
will result in the development of high 
producing purebred flocks of chickens 
each having the required charactrr- 
tatics of ita particular 




lb. n't In-  !«•(•« im . I .nio buying inferior seed. Buy the 
. fettaj SMd THE IMPROVED STANDING UP 

BURLEY. W*k Om LONG POINTED LEAVES. 

to four m h*.« more length. 



it 





lie took .(own tha renlirr 
ra|le.| the number of her 
plantation .. n the In'* ■ ■ 

lh*t v n I .I... * 

-|tu«yr 

"Aniloa* for tomorrow*' 
«iii|,|H~e «n|.|...«. miii atsalM I .-iir 
-oil. nothing dear. I don't know 
what I'm *avlng." 

"I If nmr*»- I love v . • 1 1 No there 
never was nnv one rl*e. fin tuv worit 
of don or Rlleen ' 

And yet. a» ^ie hung up Hill .i ubl 
Be.- the Malaonla ateamlng nearer 
and nearer, bringing thr girl who ap- 
parently thought hr •till cured a*, 
hang It. he evidently muat havr 
•eemrd to rare years ago. when, 
•purred by a moonlight night at a 
.Unce at 

th. v bg encnted So long ago bad If 



Mr and Mrs. John Askina. Mr. 
of Mita Lucy ( ; r „ n p 0  . n , er  ni j j| r Alford Poyr.- 
Tumer Sundav Ur Mr w j w ,| k , r , nt , Mr R^y 

Mr. snd Mrs. Oacar Lewis spent Prather were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 
Sunday with hrr parent*. Mr. snd W. S. 
Mr* Tom lloohn. 

Mr. -nd Mrs. W. T. Walker, who 
havr hern sick the past week are bet 
ter at this writing. 

Mr. Lawrence Reynolds, af liunns 
Chape! arr with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr*. A. N Longsworth. 
Tuttle during Xmas. **w 

Mrs. Albert Phillips, of Corbin. Is rjood Way of Look.og at It. 

here with her parents. Mr. snd Mrs. If tin ajt , i .ippen to be 

T. L. Vantm for Xmas. f"i my a ... for 

Mr. snd Mrs. J.mea Sebastian, of ««m»e -tber aV aa.l 

Buckeye arr thr pleasant gueat* ol 
Mr and Mr*. Henry Tuttlr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mullins srr lh  



Mr and Mrs. Jamra Vantis and 
sons, George and Hersrhel, Mr. J H. 
Jennings snd son, Leslie, motored to 
Somerset Saturday and were 
of Mrs. A. M. Girdler and 1 



of her parent*. Mr. and Mr* 




The old Stami I BaWOSJP ha«l a rt un«l pointed leaf, luit li. L 
Kellt y nii.l Son-. CtVTwfwl jnijOtSg and H«a»s»f have df- 
velopad th« ir pi»-' iii STANDING UP BURLEY with the long 
pointed U-ui. wbkh K iV il more ifiigth and •nuiv wright. still 
retainnnf Hi hnir  ' " ,l " r - h ** mnde thia " ed fam u "* 

throughout the I n.inl Stat.- 

Prit e $2  » » *n ounce, fit. 00 half pound »:»4.00 a pound. 
All in MMt i-av aiagea. None genuine without signature, 
whu h appears • • ^'O' 



. U KELLE V « SOHS 

k r. d. No i 

KENTUCKY. 




'1 




Washington Leaf Grow- 
ers Get Pointers on 
Grading 

Important pointers on thr stripping 
and grading of hurley toaarco this 
fall havr been explained tu close to 
:lUU Washington county farmer* by 
mrane of nine demonstration* put on 
bj th.s section of the State through 
the cooperation uf the Hurley Tobac- 
co Growers' Cooperative A*»o (i ii.ti 
an I the extension Division of thr 0 *  
lege of Agriculture at 
t ounty Agent R. M 
tlemunstr.tion. wo. 
farms of J. K. ( laybrook. ( W 
M , ., I 1 1 ret : Wakrfield. K A 
l lioiiipson. J. H. Hopper, William 
Arnold. Jack Ray burn, George Kus- 
*ell and Judge Gowin, W. L. McMur- 
try, grader from the burlry associ- 
ation, conducted the demonstrations 

According" to thus* who atetnd. J 
the ilrmoiostrations. tobacco in this 
port of the state thia year la »ne- 
third better than it was last yaer. 
Very little injury from house bum 
ing and practically no green tobacco 
was found The crop alto is said 
to have good color. 



mid tried 

to reason a tray .an of the tangle 
He would get hi* roommate to gn 
down to the Mntaonln and eip!aln to 
Beatrice that he wa* about tn he 
mnrrtevl. that »be wa* mistaken In 
thinking he oared tl. it *he inii*t re- 
turn on the next bunt, providing *he 
had fnnd* llut bang It. his rotias 
male, the only one he ronld tni»t not 
to let thr i-at out of tlie bag kg 
KH.vti. bad other dm lea a* host mnu 
He waa to meet Kllren'a mint, take 
her to the church and return Itiiioe 
dlately to accompany mil 

M.anwlnlo rteatrliv. wnttibrmg wh  
lilll had not met her. would i robaMy 
In- huntlnr him tip. anfl like aa not 
on him a* he 'entered the 
! A 
her 

It «eetne.l fpilte p. -'ble that 
anv girl capatde of sJaafeaj an old 
mo I dlacarded lover to Hnnoliilu 
would lw quite aa capable of break 
Ing up a wedding with another kIH 
on the spot. 

A wIM thought leaned In Itlll'* 
brain Sup|a *e he lxi|te«l ' or «il|. 
po»e  he da*be 1 out to Klb en's and 

deaaaade.1 *he eio|ve. Tat where .oubl 

.i.v ,.l. |»  .. bal aj IVatn. . .i-rlv.-.l* 
The Mmid« are .-treums  tibr l when 
It cornea to gossip and he wa* In a 
l«i»itlon to know that n..t even a 
tramp steamer for the S.uith aeaa 
would In* leavlnw port 

Hark' Who was that caning In 
downalalra? A •hlver of s|qireheie 
sion .b,^.k Mill then nimrllv he 
shruggr.1 hi* 

•t rals.Nl Hi. nd Head vrt At 



He 

Mr* l R. Henry and two 
of Kirksvillr. srr spending X 
with Mr and Mrs. Milton Wsr.l. 

Mr. and Mr*. John Black and two scare " 
children, wen guests of her parent.. 
Mr. and Mrs. M. B Turner Sunday 

Mr. snd Mrs. Steve Sutton and chil- 
drrn of the Crab Orchard road were 
recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Kdd 
Baker. 

Mr. Enmtctt Taylor, of Corbin, \"" 

•pent the Yuletide with hi* daughter- ' 

tin 




-r.lw of 

w«* In Murnuelte In n letter 
to U Mere r lit* 




TrutntUl 

"Kainuel. i.  ■» yu' tak 

far tby lawfully 

Hie loloce't | air* 
dilii'uuilvt  .|il 
brtikrgr. out. I b. 



..f lue "(lu ! 



and Mr. and Mrs. J P. 

Master Collie O'Neal 
the pleasant guest of 
parents, Mr and Mrs. ft. T. Walker 
Thursday . 

We arr glad to report Mrs. Roy 
Prather and children, who havr been 
sick the na»t ten days, arr better at 
this writing. 

Mr and Mrs. Ray Prather, Muster 
Catt* O'Neal. Miss Willie Krancis 



■Mil 

— I • JkUf 



lid* won 

aj wlteT a* Lad 
J. n. in: M Ha 

•d. kvtew I. . .. d 
mmI besvule :W 
.»*ura e .-. 'Ah 

, o4pi.ll e | tliO 

laaaasS* 1 



O c t Wsman jnd Crsl 
Il ii . i» Al..rlu I . ewi. ■•uipreM uf 

Uemi..i \ |I7H I7kti| a no a|«ke ihe 
in. .. .i I wuDt  • . o jt my 

ibo! vv ! i ii il ,a^' *lie r. 'fused 

a il  ». .. .piuiii. iwnyle *a)a of her: 

" • • ' '• ■ ' 1. I |.|OUS . 

aean ifui aa»i rudtant with t ! na- 

lur. I. ..• u let. p t I l.n I would 
easily t re . pertu.pa n lor 

.m ptajaVT 



t t t cf Wf 1 



This Bank Is Worth 
Money To You. 



An- you carrying a "roll" of money around in 
your puekstr If «o it ia not earning anything for 

ig frittered away little by 



r. res 

...u-ket? 
you. I'. ■-. ■ v ■ s 
1ml, 

TRY the he iter way. the profitable way. Open 
a t»a. mint and keep your monet ,n thi  l«.uik. 

I: srsa I fl ttsr, bul it WILL earn intertsjtt for you. 




You atill have 
which to 
.hopping 



uve plenty uf Uiu* 



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yacht, an got here sooner II 
llttb- bridegroom? You're htoklng 
ae.il) Hrave up and tell me what 
you think of a double wedding " 
"A double wrddlng. Win* 
"Hure '. IMdn't you read the little 
note 1 left on your desk for you to 
read? Or did von think It was your* 
aad I opened II by mistake? I've 1 
always been sweet oa Beatrice 
Thought al one time you were And 
Bow, Mass bar heart, she's i-omlng 
out to ase ' Oh, you're not the ualy 
lucky bird !" 

"No, William.'' said Bill, and rlaiog. 

k .trap breath, "but I'm aa ; 
ty that I eat. 




4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS 



The Garrard Bank & Trust Co 

Wl SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE 
IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 



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Th« Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday . D«c 28 J 922. 



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THIS IS OUR ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE IN WHICH WE OFFER 
EVERY THING IN OUR STORE AT REDUCED PRICES, FOR THIS SALE ONLY. 

This Means Tailored Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists, Corsets, 

Underwear, Hosiery, Dry Goods, Linens, Wash £oods, 
Sheets, Cottons, Silverwear, Jewelry, Blankets, Etc. 

We Mention a Few Items to Give an Idea of the Scope of this Sale but Everything is 

Included and Cuts are Deep. 

TERM5 CASH - NO APPROVAL GOODS - NO EXCHANGES 



TAILORED SUITS 





WOOL DRESSES 




SILK DRESSES 


1 PRICE 




J PRICE 




i PRICE 


COATS 




ALL WAISTS 




FURS 


One-Third off 




On-Third off 




i OFF 



LADIES FURNISHINGS 

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LADIES FURNISHINQS 

CORSETS— Gossard Front Lacing 
Warner* Runt Proof Cornet* and Redfern Corset* will 
be liberally reduced. 

HOSIERY — Silk Hosiery in MeCallum. Gordon. 
Gotham and other make*, aUo Wool and Silk and 
Wool Hose and Liale Hoae will be reduced during 
this Sale. 

KIMONOS— And Rath Robes of all kinds will 
be offered at a reduction of one-fifth during this Sale. 



MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 

Muslin Underwear as weir as Silk Und 
and Phillipino Hand-Made Underwear will be 
■I during This Sale. 

MUNSING UNDERWEAR 

All sizes and styles and weights of Union Sin's 
for Women and Childrss* and unquestionably the 

beat underwear made. All at 
during This Sale. 



am 
redurt; 



CURTAIN MATERIALS 

f ilet Nets. Marquisettes. Serim. Tuscan Nets 
Draperies uf all kind will l« «ff*v  d at liberal 
during Thut Sale. 

SPECIAL 

• of a big lot of    iting Cle'h Gown* — 
that were giade to sell at #1.50 to $J DO 
15c Steven* All I.incri Crash Towi 
$1.50 for 10 yard piecf of good qi 
19c Kine quality :!« inch Paj 
$3.95 10 Yard Piece of Shy** 
9495 !•) Yard Piece Finest   h 
regular price f «• ." * . 




Excellent Quality Plaid Cotton 



•Till 



DRESS GOODS AND SILKS 

During this Sale we will offer our entire line of 
Pre** Good* and Silks of all kinds at a reduction of 
om-flfth. Better buy now for Spring. 

STERLING (SOLID) SILVER 

During Thi* Sale we will offer special reduc- 
ed price., on all our line of finest Solid Silverware, 
both Flatware and Hollowware. 

PLATED SILVER 

\\ , h.i\   * full line of the ('  I Akin 

Plated Kni\c».  -\ rks and Spoon* in Ueorgc Wash- 
ington und Mullv Stnrk pattern* and will offer at a 
discount of ONE --IFTH. 



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Blankets in Full Dou ble Bed S ize 

WASH   

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Each 



COTTON AND SHEETS 

As you know all these will !»• c 
er after our present stock is sold, but d 
Sale we will offer all Cottons, Sheets and 
Et«\. st reductions from OLD PRICES. 

TABLE LINENS 

DURING THIS SALE we will offer all kinds of 
Table Linens. Napkins. Table Sets. Madiera Linens. 
Towel*. Linen Iawm and all other Linen* at reduced 
price*. 

SUIT CASES AND BAGS 

Thi* line is new and .fairly complete and prices 
are advancing but During This Sale all will 
to very decided reduction*. 




Goods 

i • Best Pre *■ ami Shitting Cheviot! wi 

2'M I're-Shrunl Pre** Qlngham* will b* 19m. 

32 inch Anderson Gingham* will be -„ . 29m. 

Dehonshire Cloth will b* J ... . 29c it. 

Genuine Imported Japanese Crept will b« . 25ct». 

He*t real Punjab Percale* will bt . . .'. j 19m 

Best Calicoes will be, .... . . 10m 

J" nient Imported Press Gingham , w ill be. 39m. 

60* KtiKlish Prints will be . JBcts. 
Host Amoskeuk' Staple Drsas libni-ha*** Mill i «t 15cU. 

'At Vard Wide Outing Cloths wi| be . .. 1 9m 





WE WILL OFFER A COUNTER FULL OF NEWE$T STYLE SWEATERS IN SLIP-ON and COAT 
IN ALL COLORS, AT HALF PRICE. 

WE WILL OFFER TEN FUR COATS IN SEAL, MUSKRAT, CARACULE AND MINK AT PRICES FROM $40. 
TO $150. LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. THESE WILL BE OFFERED UNTIL JANUARY Wt 

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. 

SPECIAL BARGAINS IN A NUMBER OF ODD LOTS OF FINE SILK STOCKINGS. 

EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SALE WILL BE FOUND JUST AS REPRESENTED, NO EVASIONS 
SERVATIONS. PRICE CARDS ON EACH STOCK AND GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. 

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A. B. ROBERTSON & 

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DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 




Central record (Lancaster, Ky.), 1922-12-28

8 pages, edition 01

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   Garrard County (The Knobs Arc Region)