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Thm Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dsc 21, 1922
Is not for off and our complete display of
IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
McRobsrts Drug Store.
Dying Tot Saw Angel
Relatives in Lincoln county re
ceived news of the death at Detroit
of Freeman Hatfield, 8, from hy
drophobia. The letter states that
Just before he died he told his
mother he could ice an angel beckon
ing to him. His parents moved to
Detroit from Highland.
Dryesc Fall in 38 Years
It has not been so dry in the fall
since 1SF4. Then it did not rain un.
til during February. 1885. When
the rains set in they were followed
by violent snow storms, forming
drifts twenty feet high. For several
weeks travel was almost impossible.'
Raywlck Cor. Lebanon Enterprise.
The author of "Black Beauty" a
Quaker girl, wrote the story on her
sick bed and sold it for $100. More
than 3,000,000 copies have been sold
in America alone. Tho writer died
one year after the book was published.
Why Not Return Favor !
You people who like to rend thej
paper, but who borrow it front your,
neighbor each week, should return 1
the favor. j
Why not subicribe a wh e and loan
it to some neighbor who has it not? i
It is true your neighbor is kind j
and loans you, but don't you know!
they have remarked a hundred times
about why the paper is worth bor-i
rowing all the time and not worth'
subscribing for. '
A suggestion that would help you,
your neighbor and the paper would
be to subicribe and get one yourself.
Pin, Not Appendix
ueorgc ihocny, years !!. wm
discharged from a hospital in New
port where he was operated on for
For some time the child had com
plained of a sharp pain in the right
side. It was thought his case was a
Physicians found a pin an inch long
near the appendix.
And here's wishing ourtelf a mer
Some men never know when they
are well off. They never get that
WOMEN 6IVE OUT
Homework is hard enough .when
healthy. Every Lancaster woman
who Is having backache, blue and
nervous spells. dizzy headaches nnd
kidney or bladder troubles, should b
rind to heed this Lancaster woman's
Mrs. M. O Aldrldgc. Danville PJke.
ays: Tliero Ss nothing llko Doan's
Kidney Tills for backache. I navo
taken them several times for dull
pains In my back. I have also had
hart1, shooting pains In my sldo
when sweeping, that felt as though
a knife wrr stabbing me. Some
times I would get dlsxy, nnd specks
tame before my eyes that nearly
Minded me If I stooped over. When
I got an attack like this, my kidneys
wero out of order and acted Irregu
larly. I went to Mcltobert's Drug
Storn nnd got Doan's Kidney I'llla.
They have always cured mo of tho
Price COe. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same,
thai Mrs. Aldrldge had. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Mfrs., nuffalo, N. V.
McROBERTS DRUG STORE
l!) IDF Villi 1 AIIO
fine I uu ft uuo-
TOMER OF OURS?
IF NOT, WE BOTH LOSE.
THIS IS TO NEW RESIDENTS AND THOSE
WHO HAVE NOT FAVORED US WITH A TRIAL
Other good people in this community have found
it to their financial advantage to becoine(stcady cus
tomers of ours, because an a general store we sell
practically everything, and our enormous volume of
business enables us to cut tho price clear down to the
Wise buyers ore nlways willing to try n good
thing at least once. When may wc expect you?
Your Produce is samo ns cash.
Becker & Ballard
L We admire n man who U
strong on civic pride. Such f
man, or woman, is a distinct as
set to any community.
Too often a town suffers be
cause its citizens immerse
themselves in the business of
making money, to the utter cx
elusion of all other consider
Always there are a few who
believe in improving local con
ditions. Through their efforts
a certain amount is accomplish
cd, but uniform improvement
is only brought about when the
people ns a body arc willing to
co-operate to that end.
Conditions in our own com
munity would be better, and
life would be brighter, if all of
our people had the spirit of
local improvement nnd the will
to put it into practice.
Agnin we suggest that it is
time to look over the field nnd
sec if there is any one in our
midst who is likely not to be
remembered on Christmas day.
If there arc any such persons
the spirit of humanity and
brotherly love which Christ
taught should prompt us to put
joy into their hearts on the
trreat day of clays.
To him that hath not should
How mnny of the children
who receive their toys on
Christmas day will understand
why those toys arc given them
nt that particular time?
How many of them under
stand that had it not been for
the birth of Christ there would
be no Christmas, and perhaps
no occasion for toys?
It might be profitable to tell
them the story of the child who
came into the world in a man
ger and went out of it upon a
cross, thnt their thoughts on
Christmas morn may instinc
tively turn back to the day
when the virgin became a
You will be spending some
money this Christmas per
haps a considerable amount.
We all do.
If you spend it with our
home merchants at least a por
tion of it may find its way back
into your own pockets. It
If it is spent outside of our
community you will never see
it again. They never do.
Since you are possesed of at
least an ordinary amount of
brains, which appeals to you?
The average minister preach
es about 100 sermons a year.
This requires intelligence,
education, research, and con
In addition, he must keep a
watchful eyo on thu work of
the Sunday School, conduct
mid week prayer meetings, fos
ter nnd encourage all sorts of
societies and activities, visit the
sick and oppressed. Smile
sweetly over the indifference of
many of the brethren, and
blaze the path to heaven for
people who are too engrossed
in worldly affairs to perform
this important duty for them
selves. We dole him out a sum that,
with rigid economy, will cover
his nakedness nnd keep soul
and body together and feel
that we have done wonderful
The devil smiles at our parsi
mony, the preacher doesn't
complain of it, and wc, ap
parently, prefer to 'remain
ignorant of it.
It's a gay world for every
one but the preacher.
Mr. It W. Sanders was in Lexing
Mr. Ray Noel was in Lexington
first of the week.
Mr. Robt. Noel was In Lexington
Tuesday ad Wednesday.
Mm J. F. Price visited Mrs. John
son, in Lexington Wednesday.
Mr. Geo. Ray bought a milk cow
from Mr. Will Cruse for 145.00.
Miss Mary Kurtx, of K. C. W Dan
vllle, is at home for a two week's
Mr. Tom Dunn, ofKansas, is visi
ting here. This is hi first visit here
In 34 years!
Mr. T. O. Hill has returned home
after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Walker Ilradshaw in Danville.
Mrs. Mat Carter, MIm Sallie Noel
Mnd Mr. Ottie Hay Ilogle, who have
been sick continues about the same.
Mr. Hiram Ray bought 7 head of
cattle from Mr. Klrby Teater t 5
cents per lb. and 1 head In Stanford
at 5 and SUcU. per lb.
Miss Leno Kast and Mr. Amon
Lamny were united In marriage' in
Lancaster Monday afternoon, Dec.
Uth. The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Owen Kast and I very Indus-,
trious, while the groom is a young
farmer. Their many friends wish
for them a long life filled with happi
ness nnd prosperity as they Journey
John Scwell, age S3 years, who had
been in 111 health for the past two
years, died Sunday morning at 12
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Pertnclla
Hogie. He has bten u resident of
this locality for about 3.'. years. His
passing away will be mourned by
many, especially those to whom he
hnd some time done an act of kind
ness. He was clever, kind, court
ous and ever willing to be helpful on
any "occasion wherever he could be
of service. His Interest in the sick
and distressed was a profession with
him, and many will never forget hU
sympathetic and personal service ren
dered at the bedside of the afflicted
He was a member of Liberty Haptln
church and many times during his
long illness, spoke of the time when
he was ready and prepared to go.
Four brothers and one sister survive.
Funeral services were conducted by
Hcv. J. F. Price at the church here
at two o'clock Monday afternoon. In
terment taking place in the cemetery
at this place.
Dish Tans, 10 qt., was $1.25, Sale Price $1.09
Dish Pans, 14 qt., was $1.45, Sale Price $1.29
M'icco Cooking Set was $1.50, Sale Price $1.39
2-qt. Perculntors was $1.25, Sale Price .95
5-qt. Ten Kettles was $1.30, Sale Price .99
Hound Itonstcr, was $1.00, Sale Price .99
Double Hollers, was $1.00, Sale Price .99
Lipped Kettles, was $1.00, Sale Price .99
Wntcr Hucket, was $1.G0, Sale Price $1.34
Dippers, were 25cts Sale Price .23
2-Piccc Pan, II nnd 4 qts, was $1.50, Sale Price $1.10
Yon must see to know nil the Hargnlns. This
sale will only be on until December 2:ird. Come
early nnd pick your choice. We also carry a full
line of toys, Xmns candles and Fire Works, Auto
Tires nnd Tubes and Hlue Grass Gassoline.
We nlso have the best conl for every purpose
nt $8.00 per ton. Each load sells another.
Henry ft. Moore & Son
POINT LEAVELL, KY.
And now, If you hnve bor
rowed this paper in order to
rend this column, return it with
thanks and send in a subscrip
tion of your own. It will add
to the enjoyment of your
Little Charles Franklin Sebastian
MIts Lucille Davis was a weekend
visitor nt home.
There will be a Christmas trre at
the school Friday morning.
' All stores have on horlday attire
and all clerks are kept busy.
Mr. Lean Lcdford Is able to set
up, his many frlrml are glad to
Miss Ida Hurt is on the sick list, we
regret to note, being unable to teach
Our school has ordered ami receiv
ed some very interesting books for
Miss Elizabeth King nnd sister, will
spend Xmas week In Junction City
with their aunt.
Mrs. Anslc Parks, of Richmond,
spent two days last week with her
mother, Mrs. Win. Hurt, Sr.
Mcsdamc F. II. Smith, R. I, Hill
and Miss Kmma Ilurchell and Mr. W,
O. Andurson were In Richmond Mon
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Chestnut will
move to Herea next week. Mr. Chest
nut has bought half interest in a
A. H. Kstridge anil Rodney Ralston
who are attending Georgetown Col
lege, arc at home until after the
'Mr .and Mrs Robert Ward and
children, .Mr. and .Mrs. O. II. Peyton,
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut.
We positively will not permit fox
bunting or hnnting of any character
or trespassing on our farms. Any
violators will bo prosecuted.
J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A.
Price, Joe Criscillis, T. J. Price, R.
L. Elkln, I). M. Lear, R. 1- Darker
R. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth,
J. P. Illand, Asklns and Moberlcy,
J. J. Sebastian, W. A. Moberloy,
Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and
Hughes Bros., M. U. Turner, R. L.
Arnold, Ed Daker, J. A. Scott, W.
T. Worrcl, A. U. Doty, W M. Marsh
banks, II. M. Kurtx, J. W. Sweeney,
J, S. Ison, George Conn, Prathor and
Creech, Donaldson Jones, Doyle Old
field. (Other names will be added upon
tht payment of 25 cents) (tf.)
Cough, shortness of brrnlli,
wheezy breathing, quickly
relieve 1 with
Stood the tct of lima acrvuig three
Free from opiate - ingredients
plainly printed on wrapper.
Largl wlUnf cautS tn4lln In
It All Depend -
Half the things you do would look
I suspicious if someone should start a
report that you are going crniy. At-
, Ends Life to
j Keep Warm
I Julia I.avellc, 40 years old, ended
her life In her apartment in Roches
ter, X. V.. by inhaillng illuminating
gas. A note written un the back of
an envelope said:
"I got to keep warm somewhere."
The suicide came on the heels of
the first coM snap of the season.
Hot air is never the result of cold
McRobrts Drug Slora
There would be more Justice in our
court if the cases were not so often
tried before the Jury hears the evi
dence. "Cancel the war debts," is the lat
est wail that comes fropi across the
seas. It was alo the first, and it
will not be the last.
A caustic tongue leaves a sting
behind, but it seldom gets Its owner
to the front.
After all, requiring our millionaire
to pay thler Just proportion of taxes
might be a dangerous experiment.
There would be so much gold in the
national treasury we might all be
tempted to go bolshevik In order to
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At The Six Day Bike Race
Alfred Goullct, the greatest six day cyclist of the prosont day, Is
n heavy favorite to win tne race again this year. He Is as immaculato
as he Is a good rider. Photo shows him practicing his tonsorial art on
"BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY"
Is the watch word on
DIXIE STOCK FARMS
Pure' Breeds are cheaper today then they
will ever be In the future, why not buy your
foundation for your future success.
When better Polands are bred we will
breed then on THE DIXIE.
Dixie Stock Farms.
SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP.