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Tno Central Racurd, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dsc 2 I 1922.
ARC NOW ON DISPLAY AT
R. M. ARNOLD'S 6ARA6E
COME IN AND SEE THIS WONDERFUL IMTROVEMENT THAT HAS BEEN MADE ON,
1923 CARS QUIET, SMOOTH RUNNING ENGINE, WONDERFUL POWER, AND CLOSE
It wns up to the Rulck Company, to produce a better car In orilcrto tnkc back the place 1
that they previously held in the automobile world This they hove done and we arc quite sure
anfl we ask you for your Inspections. Take their 1923 catalogue and turn to paire 24 for the
SIX and page 40 for the FOUR and you will notice the changes that have been made.
i StmmLurd vf Camparlmm
Buick Service and
R. M. ARNOLD
Open Every Week Night until Eight o'clock
Nine o'clock in the Spring.
Mr. Wm. Whittaker spent Satur
day In Lexington.
Mr. J. I. Foley visited Mr. nnd
Mrs. James YantU Sunday.
Mrs. John Donaldson left Tuesday
for Richmond, where she will upend
Mrs. Wm. Sutton was a visitor of I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans In Lan
Mr. and Mr. Wm. Kinder and chil
dren, were visitor recently of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Ueczlcy nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Mltey Bcnxlcy, of McCreary.
On Friday afternoon, Dec. 22nd.,
at two o'clock at the AnUoch School
House there wil be an entertainment
nnd Christmas tree. A cordial in
vitatlon to all.
Miss Cora Meadows and Mr. Gobel
Mays were married at the home of
the bride at 5 I. M. on Dec. 8th.. at
K.rlnn. Ivi- Mn. Msv ! fhi. rhnrm.
Mr. Patience Prlchett, of Stanford, , ,i.U.htP of M, .,, Mr. An.!r
Is visiting her daughter Mrs. Henry Mt.ajowf, who formerly lived here.
Yatcr and Mr. Vntrr. ; until four yi.aM nK0 anJ a iovnJe
Misses LUCV and Nolle Turner and tntrntiil -ml nn rKrentlonnllv
were Sunday visitors of Misses Annnfinc young woman. Her many friend'
Mac and Lillian Kidd. here wish to congratulate Mr. Mays'
Little .Miss Iluth Kmbrj'i ' uin-,on winning sucn a treasure nnu lueai
caster, was a visitor the past week of help-mate through life's Journey. Wc
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantls.
Mr. and Mrs Alford Poyntcr nnd
children spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. William Lane,
Miss Maud Yater has returned
home after a two weeks visit with
relatives in Lincoln county.
Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, of
Kirksville, will spend the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward
Miss Mattie Bculah Cobb, of the
Lexington road wm the guest Sunday
night of Miss Lcvcrne Whittaker.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walker were
visitors Monday of their daughter,
Mrs. Roy Prather and Mr. Prather.
Mrs. Wm. Whittaker and daughter,
Miss Laverne, were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Poyntcr, in
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark and Mr.
Jim Clark, of Corbln, arrived Satur
day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mnry Drown, who is teaching
at HryanUville, will be the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Drown during Christmas.
linjlAV-tMnd ft.. tf Mm, fa n anlnn
did young man, has a lucrative posi
tion as bookkeeper for a Lumber Co.
at Copper Hill. Tenn. May their
married life bem long and happy one
is the wish of friends here.
-House on Richmond
W. J. Romans.
The Genuine, Long Leaf, Standing
Burlcy Price $1.50 per ounce.
C. 0. Layton,
(12-21-tf) Lancaster. Ky., It.' 1.
, The next teachers' meeting will be
held in the Circuit Court room Sat
urday, January G, 1929, at ten o'clock
A. M. P. H. Hopkins, Supervisor of
Rural Schools, will address the teach
ers at this meeting. After the ad
dress and the close of the business
session of the meeting, a social for
all the teachers will br given in the
offices of the County Superintendent.
Let all The teachers of the county
Jas. 11. Abner, Supt.
FOR SALE: Single Comb Rhode
Island Red Cockerel. These cock
erels were hatched from the Irixe
Pen of Mrs. Luther Todd's Hock,
Beres, Ky. Price reasonable. Write
to Mils Dorris Bowling,
(12.21.St) Paint Lick, Ky.
FOR SALE. If not sold private
ly before this date, I will sell at auc
tion in front of Court House at two
o'clock Saturday, Dec. 23rd., at Lan
caster, Ky., one trunk, one suit cose
and one ring. G. C. Walker,
Trustee in Bankruptcy
G. A. Abbott.
Cracks At Creation.
It is the things we don't do that
requires .the most explaining.
The door of hope does not swing
both ways. It is wide open.
No man ever loses interest in his
wife as long as she keeps him guess
Battle Trtcs Transplanted.
One of the public piirWg In Sacra
rarnto, C'al, hn u grove of 14 trees all
transplanted front battlefields of the
Decktr Carries 718 Pounds.
In dockers' wilKht-currjIng com
petition In l'rniux' I In- winner curried
a burden of Till xiini n distance of
Paradoxical but Trut.
"Die htiiiwii anatomy l a wonder
ful Idt of imvlmnlm. lMTVrd an
apprentice. "Ye." agreed the fore
man, "I itnitnl Charles on th back
and made III. head .Hell."
A Common Complaint.
Too many people In this vat of
tear think they art Independent Just
beeiiu.i' they iirr habitually Insulting.
St Joeph Vews-I'rv,
Eskimos Hold WhaU Rtgatta.
Among (In CaVlinns whale hunting
1s ini'rli in the tinturv of a regatta,
honors coins to the ImwI which kills
the riot whale of llm seaion.
tongues to wag.
never allow their
Wagging is too
i Heard Around the World.
I It win Daiib-I Webster, of limfrUlw
j able memory wlio spoke of "Tlint
empire whuw morning drum-beat, fol
lowing the mm nnd keeping company
with Mm hours, encircle the Ktobe
with nu uuliroki-n chain of the martial
airs of Knglaiid." He had come arrixi
the boundary to Toronto some eight
years Ix-fore, utid as he wrote he
heard the drum heat out the reveille
la the barracks near by.
The scandal market thl aweek re
mains Arm, with the public demand
Never judge a man by the front
ll fUV Uf. 1WI MIC Ulll IUUKJIIK "
1 . f ,
i ill- uesi siuc.
No man ever beats his wife. The
fellow who does that is not entitled
to bt tailed a maa.
Many a fellow advocates giving
people their just deserts and then
howls when he geU his.
Borrowing trouble Is an unproAt
ablc business. It is never worth the
efforts it takes to get it.
Patching-up n quarrel is poor busi
ness. It is better to make a new gar
mcnt and take a fresh start.
The only- difference- bstween some
people and some animals is that the
nnimals object to the comparison.
A handsome woman command ad
miration. A good one, whether'
handsome or not, commands renpect.
Ever) man should learn to pray.
Then he will not be nt a loiu for
words when he gets in a fight plare.
A man with a real grievance sel
dom mentions it. He bottled it up
and lets It. work until tire cork blows
A brfiiny woman unve it-marked
that nil Men are moiilxy. bat she
wns wrong. Some aw Jut plain
Why not n'vo useful gifts at Christmas time?
Wo have many lovely things that will please
your family and your friends.
These presents will mean so much more than
something that can't be used. They will bring hap
piness to those that receive them.
Don't put it off but come In today and select
what ycu want. The first ones here get the best
OUR HARDWARE WEARS
The world is full vt men who will
dance attendance upon a flirt and
then waltz up to thw altar with a
It 'sn't always wise to speak ad
versely of your ueighbor. He may
be Jiwt vindictive enough to tell the
truth about you.
' Tin. man with n halil heuil ihould
not efel cust dawq. Powtibly he has
so- many brains there is no room for
tie hair to grow.
I Some men cannot resist the temn
itatlon to talk shop at a aocial gathrr-
ll'lng. They don't believe in paying
IS T 1 . ... . ...
i lor invir advertising.
j There are two things In this world
that we despair oi ever being; per
mitted to see a papuer in an evening
dress ault, or a millionaire, in rag. J
Truth In Italian Provsrkv,
Whwu.ihlldreii arv Utile they make
our lieuiU ui'titt: ubNt vruwii, our
neurts. 'Italian Pruverb.
Suspicions That Hurt
Snlr..ti that Hit mind of ef
grasps, are hut hiuirs; hut suplrlon
that nrv nrtlttelally nourUlml and put
Into the InlliiU of other. h4e stlngw.
TIil hit of Aiuerlrnn "lant ul Ira
prratludy and rii.-miln.' "iltnUt or
"crate," la relative!) nrw in modern
ue. It is startling. thereftMe. to nnd
that It occurs In (Iminvr "I'arlla
nietit of Kowles" In exartly th nio
vrn en. Ttie bird crow 1 1 red of
llstf nlng to a long illi nu'ii among
the young raslr. ; nn. , at last:
"Com off!' they tr)th- lal you
will us shendel'"
Exchange 1918 War Savings Stamp
For Treasury Savings Certificates
1 SB I j K M I
COLVMHl'S. O. (BpecUl.) Look
up your War Savings Stamps ot
tho 191S Issue, bearing a picture of
George Waahlniton and green in
color. All such stamps are now being
redeemed by lha Treasury leprt-
ment ot the United States, as tbey
have rdn their full course ot Cvn
years. Tho stamps taay b eschanfed
at any financial Institution or post
oince tor the new Treasury Basing
Certificate Immediately. The gov.
eminent, however, will not rodecm
taenii ra cash until Jon. 1.
Treasury Department flgtires show
that there aro 190.000.tWO worth ot
War Savings Stamps-held by tho peo
ple at tho r"ourtb Federal Ileserve
District. Many ot these hare- been
blddsn away and perhaps the holders
hav forgotten about them, so that If
you have any recollection of evor buy
lan War Savings Stamps. It wguld
pa.y you to look them up at this time
aad sea It you own any of the 1918
issue. However, only the grten
stamp bearing tho picture of Ooorge
Washington aro ap tor redemption at
Bsware of Fake Stocks.
War Savings Stamps ot the 1118
Issue will bo accepted at live Dollars
each, face value, in exchange for
Treasury Saving Certificates, which
will taaturn Ove years from Jan. 1,
1921. In the event that tbe boldor of
War Savings SUmpi doss not wish
to reinvest with the government,
Treasury Department officials are de
sirous that holders consult with on-
clals ot their local financial Institu
tions, so that this money may not be
twt through bad Investment.
The govsVntasnt calls attention to
Ha War Savings cssapalgn r I declsr
lag that th t War Savings
Stamps was the greatest lesson In
thrift ever taught to the people ot
the country Hundreds ot persons who
had nefer before bought a govern
ment security or saved money became
ownera ot War Savings Stamps, which
they have held for live years, thereby
Inot only keeping Intact tholr prin
cipal, but securing a generous rate of
, Interest from the goernment. The
government believe mat icoso per
sons who have held War Savings
jStampe for tbe full period ot five
years and b-ive seen tbem steadily
grow from the prlco paid for them L.
1918 to their fare value ot Klve Dol
lars, will readily exchange their
stamps for Treasury Savings Certifi
cates, .which will increase In value
during tbe next five yrars In tho same
manner as havo the 1918 War Savings
Inasmuch as the school chllJrnn of
the Fourth Federal lleservo District
were Instruments! in tbe sale of ap
proximately 1:5,000,000 worth of the
1918 War Savings Stamps, Vernon M.
itlegel. Director ot Kducatloa for Ohio,
has Issued an appeal to tbe boya and
girls to continue their reinvestment
with the government. "It would be
nothing short ot tragic it the spfendld
result of the thrift manifested by the
pupils during the war period should
now be lost through careless use or
misuse of the proceeds," ssys Itlegel.
Treasury Havings Certificates are Is
sued la deaoattaatloaa oj 11,090, I10O
sad 125, cesllas pIO.'W sad IJO.M.
respectively. If held far tht full
period of 8v years, they yield 4 par
cent, eetapaunded MBt-ansually, and
are free ef all state sad local taxes.
Full lafefmatisa esa be secured at the
Your Fed Are
I Votlh a Fortune I
Kijht now while j on have
Sood fret you sImwU taVe
care of them. You can't
liavc comfottaMc fret if
you continue to wear urdU
nary shoes with ugginir.
arches. t Arvb Preserver
Shoes with the concealed
(arth hridfe keep yxtur fret
vigorous ami healthy be
caux: a comfortable and
normal support is pro.
vtded. Arch Preserver
Shoes are in j;otJ st)le,
olwa)-, enabling )tu to
lute )our f cct touk as yuu
m v. sum
mirs tub nxrr well
Thrsthlng In Tlbst.
Tlie IhreKi.fns of barley In Tibet K
n amuttng procesj. it I strewit sv
erul lnclu-5 d-p la an Inclomn- of
hard earth, into which rt ntiinhre of
yaks, frlcliteoeil by the heating of
drums, are driven hack and fwrth over
llootli. tho tntKodtnn (father of Kd
win Pool), lMd a broken now. A lady
once r-iirl;etl to Mm. " like your
acting. Mr. Doom. Imt to be frank with
you. I ran't-ipito set njee your noe."
"No wonder, we.law." repllinl lie. "Tbe
bridge is gone "
Rsd" Olood Corpuscle.
KcK-nllcil -i-ett" MmM enuii'les nre
In renllt) straw eohn when wn
singly, hut when x-eri In mases they
appear nil ami do g the blimd Its
ml color, bright n-d when fnll of
otygrn dark rW. almot purple,
when deprUMl r tfadr tixygen.
throush nHt- k..,,
Woman Has -Sonie" Job.
'Hie buetnew mun h thinks he
ltn rewl (iruMeHM la "tati'iaw" lilMStdf.
If It llouUt lhl. he , .. ruu(ll blS
wife about nnii iMt renlly nre
proWenwnliiimit,; ,, N lufug up
with tbe fnfciit,i,s ruusj "the
bo-.,, tu Milt as Hmo) .ln. (.-wt Jte
a Hr are wh.-e i.r xb fmully.
wiut aha rtiaiiv N..H.ri
Irate Molbor (to isifatuiwl thiugh
leri Vttrfrl iur J1HH(g luun ,y
chiiiL . .,u itltoile innrrlsKet
ou b M f fnu,h (fJ. B,lnBSt
) m IW.hr X., H.M. I. loni: ngo,
for )i.ur fail,. And how many limes
much lwe I wNheil I'd hud a light
hliig rod ibHt day-PariN llllustro-lloa
Here are tome new "howlers"
quotH In the I'rovlnilttl. tbe wage
sine of tliu Kdlnburgh ProlncUI
Trulnlng ndlego; -"Hocrutes lled of
aa orerdiue of wedlock." "A wa
suplal U un animal with a poudi In
IU Moiunrh. Into which It retired when
hard pre,-.!.- "An epitaph Is a short,
sarrattlc imh-iii." "Iletkrlt wet lleary
M the altar step and said, 'Vliat bo,
'nr lleury micrvly tuasscrvd