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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 14. 1922.
THIRTY THIRD VKAR
Of Christian Churches Was
, Enjoyable Event
The Cinrrnnl County Convention of
thr Christian churches was held nt
Falrvicw Monday nnd Tuesday of thit
week. It wa n good convention in
every way, except thnt the altcnil
nnce was not nt large a It should
have been. The Faifvlew people
proved themselves attain to lie mot
gracious hosts, providing abundant
dinner both day. despite the fact
that It wa understood that all io
attended were to bring their own
The out of the eounty people who
were 1rrnont and had placet on the
program were: N'. K. MrOowan, of
l.oulvllle, State S. 8. Superintend
ent for the Disciples; J. S. Hilton,
Louisville, Secretary and Treasurer
of the Orphans' Home; Edgar C. Itll
ey, Lexington, Financial Secretary
for Transylvania College; and Mr.
J. T Sullivan, I.oultvillo, tpecial
representative of the Woman' Mia
stonary Society. The following min.
1st en were present and made ad
dresses. T H. Clayton, Lexington;
C. C liauc, Madison County, It It
llakcr, llerra; C. A. VanWinkle, of
Paint Lick and K. II. Ilourland, of
(.anrastrr. In addition to the two
minuter named above ai rrsident.
in Garrard county and taking part on
the program, the following l.ancas
ter and Garrard county people par
ticipated in the meeting' Mr. J It.
Kinnaird. Mrs. John Trthble, Mrs. I..
X Miller, Mrs. Ite Hast. a. Mist Cyn
thia Pruitt, and the two ywni: dough
ters of Dr. and Mrs. J B. Edward.
The following aims for the next
jear were recommended by the Com
mittee on "Future Work" and ndopt
ed by the convention 1st. An all
the year Sunday Schwa! in every
church; 2nd The lord's Supper
every Sunday in every church; 3rd.,
A minuter for every church, the j
group plan being followed where k.
slble; 4th A Christian Endeavor So
ciety in every church, Ath. A revival
meeting in every chuich within the
yeaf; Oth. A volunteer for full-time
Christian service from every church;
"th An offering from every Sunday
School for the work of the County
Community and 8th. Kepresentntive
from evrry church and Sunday School
at the next county convention.
New officers for the coming year
were chosen nt follows: President,
J K, Stormes; First Vice President,
E II. Ilourland; Second Vice Presi.
lent, Mrs. V M. Elliott; Third Vice
President, Hibt. Gastineau; Children's
Superintendent, Mrs, 1- .V. Miller;
Younj: People' Supenntenilent, Miss
Cynthia Prultt; Adult Superinten
dent. Mr, C. A. VanWinkle. The
next convention will be held in l.an
cater Baptist Church News
Our special meetings are now in
progress. Ilrother Martin was un
able to be with ut Monday and Tues
day evenings, but Ilrother Walker,
of the Danville church came over on
Tuesday evening with a great mes
sage that did us all guod. There
will be service each Might at 7:3(1,
and each morning at ten o'clock nt
the church. There will be four ser
vices next Sunday, Sunday school ut
U:I5; Preaching nt 10:45; 3 o'clock
and 7. 30. Ilrother Martin will be the
preacher at each service. He is a
(i'od sent man and will lend us In u
great meeting if we do our part in
co-operation. Pray as though all
depended upon (toil. Then go out
and work as though all depended up
A cordial welcome to all to attend
Mesm. K. K. Dillehny, Walln Ut
ta, l.eo Simm and I). T. (Irummitt,
of IlurroiNbiirg were in the city last
Tuesday afternoon, boosting the big
llulgin meeting now in progress in
that city Friday night of this week
has been designated ns Lancaster
night and we predict that many from
here will attend.
Big Sale Coming
As agent for the heir of Mrs.
Henrietta Pendleton, Mr. W. 0. (tig
ney will sell the farm of the deceas
ed, consisting of ubout 76 acres, on
Saturday, September 30th.
Watch next Issue of the Hecord for
Don't forget tu attend the meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce to
morrow night. It' Important that
a good attendance be on hand.
Ht'Ktin Last Thursday Excel
lent Schedule Arranged
With the opening of the Lancaster
High School on Monday morning of
last week the word Foot Hall wa
on the Hps of many of the old timers
and Captain Cox called a meeting im
mediately after the elose of the day's
work for n business meeting of all
who intend to go out for the tram.
Ijincaster High School has always
been represented in the athletic Held
for the high class, clean athletics that
the school has always stood far. and
will continue to stand for. Supt.
P II. Iloyd addressed the meeting,
and told the bi of his approval of
athletics as long as they made Foot
Hall or any other game a far a that
is concerned, a side line to the school
and not allow the school to be a side
line to athletic.
Mr. J. M. Mcltoberts of the Mr
Itobertt Drug Store will again be in
charge of this year's team, and It art
ink' in the capacity of head coach and
athletic director. The boys chee
Mr. J. It. Haselden, Jr , to art for the
time bcag, as student manager, anil
we dare predict that ut the next regu
lar meeting of the team that they will
affirm J. K.'.s appointment, as he
has already taken to his new task to
assist this year's team in whatever
rapacity that he ran.
It was very gratifying to asst.
Coach Wllmot to ee so many of the
old line men for this year's team
among them being, Hamilton Cox. W.
Kohmson. ( D. Hwbinson, V. Gn.
tineau. C (iastineau. II. Crutchfiold,
P. Ilratton, V. AmIrron, II. Knva
naugh, II. Speake, O. Moere, Henry
Cox. P. Stapp. C It. (iainet, W. Dan
iels; among the new men out for the
ttam are K. Creech. II. llourlnnd, D.
Kate, Jack Wtlliant, C. Gooch, II.
Ilrn, V. A. Lear, F (lumber. L.
Thompson. J. Klltott, L J. Sanford,
S (1 Sanders. W. It. Arnold. H. Car
rier. D. Haselden and I. llaseldcn.
The following is a lit of the games
scheduled to tilt date and Athletic
Director Mellobert hat the promise
of several mure games that are just
a good if not better He ha ar
ranged these game and it will require
that the lovers of the great fall game
back this year's team to the limit.
Following is the schedule to date:
Sept. 16th. Junction City at l-an.
Sept. 2i.'d. .S'icholasvilte Hi at
Sept. 2'Jth Versailles Hi at Vcr
sailles. Oct. ilth. Danville Hi at l.aneas
ter. Oct. 13lh. Clarke Co. High at
Oct. 20th. -Madison Hi. Richmond
Oct. 27th. -Georgetown Hi at Lan.
Nov. 3rd. Cynthiana at Cynthi
Nov. 1 1 th. Stanford at I-meas-ter.
Nov. 17th. Springfield at l.ancas
Nov. 24th. Open.
Nov. 30th. - Lexington Model Hi,
at I.anraster .
Methodist Church Notes
Kev II. W. Whitnker tilled the pill
pit last Sunday at both services The
other minister were present with
their congregations m the evening to
welcome the new (mstor. He and his
family moved into the mronagu this
There will be regular service Sun
day morning. During the Baptist
revival the Kpwttrth League will meet
at 8:30 U allow time for earlier at
tendance at the other servlcos. In
keeping with the plan of the pastor
one other churvh service will be held
i mi Sunday night during revivals.
Sunday evening the service will be
held nt the Prosbyteruin church.
The Methodist ehureh I entering
into the new conference your. Let
us begin it with renewed interest
and loyalty and the purpose to make
it a great year in every' activity of
the church. The pastor U counting
upon the support nnd co-operation of
every member and he is confident
that the coniiregiition I beginning
the now year in that spirit.
Those who fail to see "Ten Night
in a Ilarroom" to be presented at
Itomant' Opera House, tonight will
miss one of the greatest hcurt inter
est drama the world has ever known.
The picture ha been proclaimed by
the pret a the supreme etfort of
RIGHT OF WAY
tn AM RondH Taken Over for
R -lying to an inquiry from Coun
ty Rod Itaglrieer, Irvine Stapp, ns to
ref u s'.inns governing widths of right
of .i on rood taken over for state
r.aintenanre, the following reply was
pr itipily received from division engi
neer T. (I. Smith, which gives the
law w,(h the bark on it, and must be
observed, says-County Judge Tread
way, before the Lexington pike now
under construction, will be token ever
by the state.
His letter follows:
September 7, 11122.
Mr. Irvine Stapp,
County Itoad F.nglnccr
Your letter of September fith., re
ceived requesting instructions from
this deportment n- to regulations
governing widths of right of way on
roads taken over for state mainten
ance. For your information please
be advised that the maintenance de
partment ha certain rules ami regu
lations governing widths of right of
way on roads to be taken over for
state maintenance, same being in all
ca-s not 1' than 10 feet in width
or 20 feet each side of center line
of road This being the case, it will
be necessary for you to have all
fences moved bark at least 20 feet
from the center line of the Lexing
ton road before some will be accept
ed for stale maintenance.
Very truly yours,
T. II. Smith.
Judge Tread way inform us that
he will be glad to confer with those
whose fences have to lie moved back,
at any time in his olTlce, at which
time he can show them where it will
be much cheaper for the owner to
do the work than for the county officii.
For Grettt Revival at Hap tint
The revival which started at the
Ilaptist church last Monday evening,
promises to be one of the best held
in Lancaster for many months. Un
der the pastorate of Mr, William K.
(tlx, this church has grown both nu
mercially and spiritually. The
coming of Hev. J. K. Martin, of Jet
Ilco, Tenn., who will do the preach
ing, is an eminently successful evan
gelist ami his meeting should result
in much spiritual refreshment ns well
at much fruitfulnes.
Dr. Martin wn unable to be here
Monday and Tuesday evening and the
pulpit wn tilled by Hev. Walker, of
Danville Ilaptist church Tuesday eve.
The public i cordially invited to
attend all service nnd i nt all times
Coy Place Sells
County Attorney T. J. Underwood
purchased the Coy property on Ilich
in oral ttreet last Saturday afternoon,
at public auction, for $3,000. It it
considered cheap property. Mr. Un
derwooil and hi family will move to
Lancaster permanently about January
1st., at which time they get posses
sion of their home. The Itoy School
er property on Danville street, wus
taken down, after n bid of f I.7&0 was
Did you ever sue a rattle snake
gourd? When passing, cast your eye
into one of the window of the Kec
ord office and you will et two.
They are 42 i tie he. long and were
grown by J. T. lllnukt out on Itoute
Nu. 2. Some gourds, we say.
Card of Thanks
We want to ex pre my thank to
our friends for the many kindnesses
shown us during the illness and death'
of our mother and for the ninny
beautiful floral designs.
Family of Mrs. Margaret Arnold.
Back to Stay
William L, Fredrick, of the Fred
erick Sign Company, has returned to
Lancaster with hi bride, and will
locate here permanently. Mr. Fred
erick i the best sign painter In the
State and we are glad he has decid
ed to locate In Lancaster, He now
olfcrt hi tervlcet to the public.
Dick.rton's Genuine Kanawha Salt
In sacks and barrels.
Hudson V Faroau.
Sunday, September 17th.. 1022,
Union Church House
This event touches every home for
The Union Church It "the Mother
of Heron College" and a fountain of
good for :ll the people of this
The building is a memorial of John
(. I Ye. Kveryone who knows Ken
tucky, or the lt of Amerlcn's heroes,
know that name. Fee came to
Madison county in 1SS3, protected
by (Sen. Cnssius M. Clay, and found
mi a union church, and n church op
poed to slavery. He outfaced more
than twenty mob. His courage in
danger, his cheerfulness under prose
cution, hi sublime faith in the right,
may be a strength-giving tonic to nil
who try to advance the Kingdom of
(iod In the fare of difficulties and
And the church is still advancing.
This is no ordinary church house for
worship once a week. It proposes to
help all people every '!" i" the week,
ilesldc the main auditorium, there is
a spacious Sunday School room, and
nine community rooms. These will
accomodate the "Woman'j Industri
al," for which the church is famou.
And they will provide elevating
recreation, so young people need
net be tempted toward harm music,
boy scouts and what not. And here
Indie coming to town to trade ran
And a place to wash their hands nnd
take a little rest. It is intended to
be "The Church of the Open Door."
The exercises have been planned on
a large scale. Fermer pastors, Dr.
Ilenson II. Itobert and Dr. Thomp
son, of Lincoln Itidge, nnd other emi
nent servants of (iod will take part.
The sermon will be by President
Hutchins. Ilerea Citizen.
Mrs. Kluabeth Corman, of Mercer
county, was seriously but not danger
ously injured last Sunday afternoon,
when the car In which she was riding,
collided with the car of Mr. and Mrs.
0. II. Swinebroad, near Point I.envell,
on the Richmond pike. The crnh
was so sudden that Mrs. Corman was
thrown through the windshield of her
car and her chin nnd throat severely
cut by the glass. Her car was
driven by her ton, who wn not in
jured, nor were any of the occupant
of the Swinebroad car. The latter
car was being driven by Marr
Swinebroad and In the car with him
were Mr. nnd Mrs. Swinebroad. Mrs.
Corman was carried to the home of
her titter, Mrs. Nathan Cotton, whom
she was visiting and is being cared
for by Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, who was
called immediately after the accident.
Several stitches had to be taken in
the throat of Mrs. Carmou, whom
we are glad to state at thit time i
rapidly improving. The Corman car
was damaged considerably and the
fender of the Swinebroad car, which
is u handome Caddillac, wa badly
Over Dixie Airline
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frasa, of
Dayton, Tenn., have been spending
several day with relative near llry
untsville. They motored through,
and came over the Dixie Airline, via.
Whitley City, Somerset, Stanford and
Mr, Frasa is very enthuiatic over
the new highway and believe that
it will be open for trairjc by the lat
ter port of 1923.
MeCroary county through which
the highway runs, recently voted n
$20,000 bond issue for the building
of the county' party of This road,
whicn practically assure it comple
tion by next fall.
Says McAdooi Wilt Not Kim
Idaho Fall. Idaho. Sept. William
A. McAdoo, former secretary of the
treasury, today cltarnctenied as
"pure bunk," a recent pros report
from New York in which William C.
Lyons of Denver, Colo., said Mr. Mc
Adoo had told him that he would
be a candidate for the Democratic
presidential nominution in If-1.
Mr. McAdoo wa interviewed by
a representative of the Idaho Falls
Post aboard a log raft, 'the McAdoo
special" on which ho and a party of
friends are making a fishing trip
down Snake river.
"There i nothing further from my
mind than a return to public life,"
Mr. McAdoo td. "My change of
residence to California wa intended
to remove me from and not to Inject
me Into public politics."
! BURLEY ELECTION
(SET FOR SATURDAY
Delegates to District Conven
tion to be Chosen, Who
Will Meet Monday and
Saturday, between the hour of
8 A. M. and 4 P. M. the members
of the Hurley Tobaeco Growers' Co
operative Association will hold their
annual election, in this county. Kv
ery member of the Association can
vote, but he must do so on an offici
al ballot which will be furnished htm
by the oiricer of election. It can
be voted by mail or sent In by a
friend, if the grower is not able to
attend the election in person.
The election Saturday will be held
in every one of the organized coun
ties of the Hurley district. The de
legates chosen Saturday will meet
Monday in that county in each dis
trict which delivered to the Associ
ation the largest amount of tobac
co in the past yenr and will elect the
director for thnt district. There are
twenty-two of the. districts and the
twenty-two directors elected next
Monday will elect three directors at
large, the entire board then proceed
ing to the election of the officers of
So far as can be learned there Is
no opposition to any of the present
members of the directorate, with one
or two exceptions, or to any of the
officers of the Association who have
conducted its business the past year.
The elections Saturday are to be
held at the court houses in the various
counties and will be in charge of men
elected nt mnss meetings September
2nd., when the candidates for dele
gates were nominated by the grow
ers themselves. Illank spaces are
left on every ballot, so that the grow,
er may write in the names of any
persons for whom he may desire to
vote, in ense he does not wish to
vote for candidates whose names ap
pear on the ballot.
Nearly 70,000 men and women will
take part in Saturday's election, it
was said at the olfices of the Asso
About The Newspaper
e i i ...t . -
, oiie.iMng oi wnai a newspaper does
in a community the late United
State Senator Davis, of Illinois,
made nn address in which he said:
"Kvery year each local paper give
from $200 to $1,000 in free lines to
the city or town In which it is loca
ted, In boosting, praising and for
lodges, churches, schools, societies,
etc. The editor in proportion to his
means, does more for the town than
any other man in it, ami he ought
to be supported, not because you like
or dislike him nnd his style, but be
cause a local paper is one of the
town's ltest feature. Today the
local papers are doing more for less
pay than anything on earth, and it'
a fact in many cae of free notices."
Expects to Attend Hryantsville
Many from Lancaster and the sur
rounding community are making
plans to attend the Community Fuir
at Hryantsville. Saiarday, Septem
ber 23rd., nnd a great day i antici
pated. Those who are responsible
for this immense undertaking are
leaving no stones unturned to see
that the fair i a success and from the
present indications many entries will
be made in the various departments.
The Lancaster and Lexington road
will be thrown open to the public for
this day, so no one need have any
fear or anxiety along this line.
TIh Chamber of Commerce is
working up'n large delegation to at
tend in a body from Lancaster and
are utVm expecting to bring a brass
band nlong with them. A committee
is working on this feature of the en
tertainmwnt and will report ut the
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
Did It Ever Function?
Frankfort, Sept. 0 Coventor's
fuel committees will cense to func
tion after today, following a telegram
received from Governor Morrow to
day by J. A. Kurly, chairman of
the committee ordering the commit
tee to disband. Step wa taken by
the Governor, he said .after the Fed
eral district fuel committee disband
ed a week ago.
STHAYKD: From my place about
the last of August, two (luck sheep,
one sheared. Pirate notify this of
fice. (9 7 3t)
Is Started on Cincinnnti-Look-
out Motintnin Air Line
Mr. L. L. Pearsall, Chief Locating
Knglneer of the State Highway De
partment, was in the city yesterday
nnd stated that he had started the
survey for the Cincinnati-Lookout
Mountain Air Line road. A crew of
engineers were placed In McCrcnry
county last week and they will survey
to the Tennessee state line and then
come to Pulaski county to make the
survey south to McCreary County.
Mr. Pearsall stated that If tho bond
Issue carried in McCreary county that
work would be started on this road
at once nnd rushed to completion.
He plans to begin work at the state
line and work north.
All that is necessary to make this
great highway a certainty is to build
the road through McCreary and part
of Pulaki. Work is now going on
In Tennessee to connect with the
Mr. Pearsall also stated that he
had a crew at work in Clinton county
and thnt nine miles of pike would be
built there to connect a gap between
Monticrllo and Albany,
The Cincinnati-Lookout Mountain
Air Line Associaton ha been work
ing for months to get this survey
started and the association will also
ussist in the bond election In Mc
Creary. Within a year we hope to
see the completion of this great high-
way, which will mean so much to
this section of the country.
The silly report that the directors
of the Hurley Tobacco Co-operative
Association receive the handsome
salary of $0,000. has gained currency.
In order to find out exactly what the
directors arc paid, this paper asked
Hon. W. II. Shanks, of this city, who
is director from the counties of Lin
coln, Garrard and Casey, he said:
"We get the munificent sum of $120
per year which Is $10 per month; it
would be hard to figure how much per
day. Wc also get our traveling ex
penses to and from Lexington, when
we are called there for n meeting or
for other business." This should sc.
to rest the report that evidently was
started that the Hurley Association
might be damaged. We don't know
all the directors, but If they are any
thing like our townsman in ability
and otherwise, they are about the
poorest paid bunch of business men
we know of. Interior Journal.
When a nerve is pressed upon by
a vertebra In the spinal column it is
called a subluxation of the vertebra.
The Chiropractor by adjusting this
subluxated vertebra, relieves the
pressure on the nerve which runs
through it; by so doing he gives na
ture n chance to build up the affected
part of the body.
Life energy is nerve energy. Stop
the normal flow of nerve energy and
the life force is hindered.
The Chiropractor relieve the pre
sure on the nerves the life force
flows freely normally.
II. K. Wade, I). C, Chiropractor.
Office hours 'J to 11 A. M. and
2 to 5 P. M.
Kvenings, Sunday and Holiday
by appointment. (It.)
Member of the Hurley Tobacco
Grower' Co-operative Association
who may be unable to attend the
election next Saturday may obtain
ballots to vote by mail or send In by
other, member from the following:
Jose Sanders, G. A. Ilrown, W.
It. Kelley, Lancaster, Ky.
JAMES C STONE, Pre,
and General Manager.
II. LEE EAItl.EV, Secty.-Tren.
Yau can buy cheaper flour than
Ballard' Obelisk, but not flour that
will lira you the sam satisfaction.
Try a sack today, Hudson & Farnau.
There will be a pie supper at the
Scott's Fork school house Saturday
night, Sept. 23rd., at 7.30. Fund
will be used for the benefit of the
BtU tits for sl.
Hudson & Farnau.