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Th Central Record. Lancastar Ky. Thursday, Dec 28, 1 922.
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SELLS ENTIRE STOCK
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES
SUPREME OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY
BEGINNING SATURDAY, JAN. 7th, 192?
We will have SPECIAL AUCTION for one hour, 3 to 4 o'clock P. M.
and continuing every Saturday and Court Day through the month. Bear
the time in mind and be on hand ready lo bid. No one can afford to miss it.
TERMS OF SALE CASH
Produce taken in exchange for Merchandise. Bring us your eggs and
we will pay the highest Market Price.
BLACK IS UNLUCKY
jO By ALICE DAVENPORT
. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz were In
MIm Laura Uelle Todd I visiting
her home this wet k in Aurora, Ind.
Mr. Oscar Carter, of Herca, U
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter.
MIm Lucille Stapp, of Lancaster,
pent the week-end with Miss Mar'
Mrs. A. C Miles and Mr. and Mr.
Hubert Carter were In Nicholaivlllo
Mr. Margaret Adami it spending
the Christmas holidays with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Kay entertain
ed their children and grandchildren,
Mrs. T. S. I'ieratt and daughter,
Ktlzabeth Gordan, have been visiting
relatives in Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and son
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Jenkins at Newby.
Mrs. U. W. Sanders and daughter,
Miss Hope, Misses Kthel Itny and
Sullle Lou Tcater, spent Tuesday in
The Christmas tree at the school
auditorium Friday was beautiful.
Santa was there with presents for all
Mrs. Krnest Chrisman and little
daughter, Doris Rose, of Danville,
havo been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. K. II. Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, of
Louisville, spent from Saturday until
Tuesday with Mrs. A. C. Miles and
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter.
Mr. Elliah Anderson has returned i
to hi home In Arkansas after several!
month's visit with his mother, Mrs.1
Martha Anderson and family.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. l'rlce enter
talned Sunday to a Xmas dinner, Mr.
and Mrs. D. N. Long and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Kurtt and family,
Mrs. A. C Miles, Misses Kthel Ray,
Sallie Lou Teater and Lucille Stapp,
W. M. U. met Thursday evening
with Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Mrs. J. F.
llJ - . I . I iL.. ..ilHn MMH...I .
singing, "More Like The Master."
Prayer by Mrs. Kobt, llroaddus, Miss
Sallie Lou Tester read the Scrip,
ture lesson found in 2nd. chapter of
Luke. After singing "Silent Night"
Mrs. Kobt. BroaddiM read "Christmas
Around Tho World." Mrs. HI ran
Ray, Mrs. A. C. Miles and Miss Kthel
Ray read "Ana is not at Peace." Mrs.
T. C. Jenkins read "The Wise Men
Seeking Jesus." Song--"Joy to the
World." Roll call with tl members
and one visitor present. Personal
work for December visits made 'J3;
trays 10; cash 135.50. Meat, pre
serves, apples canned fruit, cakes and
several garments for Xmas remem
brances and 21 boxes of fruits, candy,
crackers,, sugar and two sacks of
Hour were sent to the sick by the
ladles. For the year 1922 the W. M.
U. has sent to headquarters of W. M.
U. $30.76 personal work at home,
ISO. 60. .
Lec Farmer Organize
To Improve Farms
Farmers and thir wives In five dif
ferent communities of Lee county,
cooperating with the extension divi
sion of the College of Agriculture at
Lexington, have organized commun.
ity clubs and mapped out definite
prssrams of work for their sections
of the county in an effort to better
their farms and homes, according to
County Agent T. II. Jones. Thej
communities involved in the project
include Uelle Point, Kash, Proctor,
Rocky Hill and Long Shoal.
In planning the programs of work
for the coming year, representative
farmers and their wives in each of
the communities met at different
times with County Agent Jones and
decided among the main farm and
home activities in their particular
communities Some of the big fac
tors that limit the results from them."
activities were then decided upon ah
ter which remedies were outlined
and demonstrations planned for the
community to show how these reme
dies could bo applied. Some farmer
or termer's wifu was appointed in
each case to superintend the demon
strations that will be conducted In
connection with the various activities.
Corn, soybeans, poultry and junior
agricultural club work will get at
tention In the Uelle Point commun
ity, Zack McCiulre, James Durbln,
and Miss Uelle McUuire were selected
as the community leaders In these
projects. Fruit growing, hogs, poul
try and soil building will get -attention
In the Kash community with
Eleven Hollan, Sherman Bradley,
Mr. Dora Bradley and Gita Bradley
acting as the leaders. Junior club
work, soil improvement, health and
sanitation, home beautificatlon and
roads will get attention in the Proc
tor community with Albert Tlrey,
Albert Hall, Mrs. Strat Kvans and
Mr .Hand Mrs. William Sternberg
acting as leaders. Fruit growing,
poultry, hogs, soil improvement and
roads will receive attention in the
Rocky Hill community, according to
the program of work outlined for that
district. The leaders in the different
projects include Robert Ilrandcnburgi
Mary Roland, J. W. Kvans, Samuel
Doncyway and Hill Congclton. In
the Long Shoal community, junior
club work, poultry, corn, hogs and
fruit will get attention with Samuel
Taylor, Mrs. Sarah Palmer, D. V.
Chllders, Robert Taylor and Walker
Taylor acting as the project leaders.
Cracks At Creation.
Greetings! Another year of op
portunity is before you.
The man who watches his steps
seldom has to resort to jumping.
The world is looking for a strong
man to save it. Are you game?
Hy wishing your enemy a happy
new year you might convert him into
Some women pay compliments
when angry. They call the other
Some people can make a big stir
In this world without doing any talk
Ing. They ore editors.
Somo men are quick to recognize
the faults of others because they have
so many of the same kind themselves.
If you knew how unpopular your
troubles are with other people you
wouldn't cling so tenaciously your
LUNCARDIA stands high above all
preparations in quickly removing
Coughs and Colds. "Deep-seated
Coughs and Colds are a menace to
the LUNGS." Take no chance with
a syrun of merely pleasing taste, but
use LUNGAKDIA, recommended and
used by Nurses and Physicians, and
proclaimed the best- Unequaled for
sere throat, difficult breathing, etc.
66c and 11.20 per bottle. Your
money back If any other preparation
approaches it for good results. Manu
factured by Luwrardia Co.. Dallas.
Texas. FOR SALE BY
M ROBERTS DRUG STORE.
(0 XrCior .Vtwtpr Kb.IciI.J
Hub wrs known far ami wide a a
mtxIH husband; steady as the rock of
(Iltirultnr. An steady as It Mas, at
I tine lie was In dpalr. Letty, hi
Wife, was a veritable ffsdahmit.
lUAt renmnM rated In voln. I'tty
would dlMolve Into tears a way she
liml; but when tier lean dried she
was mi tlm tnt nijnln with her crnnlei.
('online down on tin Ml.'., Hob rsn
nrnti ("barley, tin latest victim of
matrimony. Poor Charley wns In the
tliriTu of Irullgestlnn.
"If tlrnce could only li-arn to cook,'
innmird Charley. "Hut you can't sym
pathize, Ia-Ux Is filch a 'orh at that
sort of thing."
"Ye, Mn Is," admitted Hob; "but
what would )ou dn If your wlfo In-
nlted nn going out every nighty
"I'd bent her to It." Charley assured
There Is only one thing for ymi to
do. Iloh," Chnrlry told him. There
Is mi old superstition that says If you
want to keep n rat yon mut butter
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Vow, Itoh liftd a deep rein of tier
stltlon, although he would hare died
rather thnn admit It. If ho could butter
laity's feet If he could h would
try It and sop how It worked.
Letty met him at the door. htitddlng
oir, as usual. She served tho de
lirious dinner and enjoyed watching
him eat. As soon as he bad finished
hi hearty meal and slw had eaten
like a bird, she drew him Into the
cozy living room.
"I hare a secret for you. Hob," her
eyes dancing, MI am going to stay at
home tonight, nil alone with you."
"Letty, are you sick V Hob was
"Don't nib It In now, honey, or I'll
change my mind."
.SIio wns In Iht most charming
iiich1. SIm- sung Ids favorite song",
she played Ids favorite selections; slm
nmdu Imrmlon drinks delicious all
the more because they were liannle".
"Why enn't It Ik- like this all the
time. LettyT he asked her. "Could
onythlng lie better than thtar Now
tatty could have been disagreeable
and replied In return:
"So, nothing could be nicer for you,
but what nbout mi . I have done the
cooking, the entertaining, tho talking,
and I am almost exhausted. I have
given and you havo taken."
Hut slio was a wle tatty and knew
better than to spoil n perfect evening.
"My dear boy," she smiled In her
enrhantlng way, "you enjy this Ik
ctiuse It Is so rare. If we bad a night
like this every night In the week you
would soon tire of the monotony. You
harn't even read your sporting news.
Hob. I must have charmed you, sure
ly. I'm going to break the record to
night and go to bed early."
She went through her retiring rou
tine more quickly than usual, ltoli
did the nightly-chores; wound the
clock and- set out the milk Jars. As
he turned to enter the house, some
thing soft rubbed against his leg. He
looked down and saw a beautiful
black cat. He liked cats, particularly
black ones, but Letty could not bear
to havo ono In the hous. He stooped
to stroke the glossy fur and the cat
purred. Ho could not resist the Im
pulse to open the screen door and let
the cat enter with him.
Hy the time Hob bad fed the stran
ger, made a boil for It and fustened
the windows It was growing late. It
was silent upstairs. Letty must be
n sleep. He looked at the cat, then
thought of the butter. He vent swift
ly to tho Icebox, brought out a pat of
butter, clicked off the lights and went
silently uj tho stairs.
Letty was sleeping peacefully. She
made a perfect picture of repose, and
he gazed, well satisfied that every
thing was working out ns be wished.
Tho night was so warm that she had
thrust her feet out from the thin cov
ering, and Ilob stooped to npply the
Now Letty had peculiarly sensitive
feet. As Hob plastered the butter he
touched'n sensitive nerve. Letty gave
a powerful kick, landing on Hob's
right eye. He gave a bowl of pain,
while tatty turned over to a more
comfortable position. She would not
wake up; she was n heavy sleeper, as
he knew from experience.
Hours later, or so It seemed, tatty
uwoke. There at her feet was a hor
rible black creature, licking her toes.
She could not move; she felt etrliled
as the terrible unlmat glared and
looked ready to spring If she tittered
u cry to Hob.
After an eternity of waiting, the
animal jumped oil the bed and slunk
"Hob," she called, In her weakest
voice. "Hob, dear, wake up; I'm so
Hob was In no comforting mood,
but be got out cf M and turned on
the lights. Letty screumcdwheu she
"Look at your eye, It I all black.
Such a night I've bad. What did you
do to your eyet"
Hob refused to say what ho did.
She sat up with the air of a tragedy
"There was some terrible black ani
mal sitting on my feet most of the
night Don't think I'm crazy, Hob ; he
really did. I shall make one resolu
tion for the future. Never agsla will
It be early to bed for m; and aa for
these at homo BlfMs,' we bad bettor
mat Uobb far sport"
Start The New Year
BY TRADING WITH
Currey & G-ulley
TO OUR PATRONS:-
We have lind n j?ood year of business,
THANKS TO YOU.
Now it is a privilege and a pleasure to
extend to you our grateful appreciation
of your splendid support.
We trust 1923 will be both pleasant and
prosperous for you.
CURREY C& GULLEY
Farm and Home News
From Over Kentucky
Twenty-two Crittenden county far
mers and their wives are cooperating
with County Agent John R. Spencer
and the extension division of the Col
lege of Agriculture in keeping rec
ords on the number of eggs laid by
their hens In order to show their
neighbors how good feed and the
right kind of care helps hens lay more
eggs In winter.
Limestone as a means of building
up soils and boosting crop yields is
getting Increased attention from
Webster county farmers living In the
Slaughters community, County Agent
Lloyd E. Cutler says. Seven of them
this fall ordered 80 tons which will
constitute the 'first limestone they
have ever used on their farms.
Demonstrations on stripping and
grading burley put on In Pulaski
county through the cooperation of
the Hurley Tobacco Grower' Co
operative Association and the exten
sion division of the College of Agri
culture at Lexington furnished the
means of showing scores of farmers
in that section of the state how to
strip and grade their leaf crop to the
best advantage, County Agent W. C.
Wilson says. A total of 63 farmers
attended the six demonstrations held
In different parts of the county.
Wayne county farmers arc con
tinuing to take steps for the Improve
ment of their poultry flocks, County
Agent II. J. Hayes says. Eight pure
bred breeding cockerels recently were
placed on farms of the county while
another model poultry house was
Purebred livestock is gaining in
numbers on Leslie county farms,
County Agent T. H. Uritton says.
Four purebred are among the latest
additions to the list.
Garrard National Farm Loan Assn
Federal Farm Loans:
RATE OF INTEREST 5J PER
For information see
G. B. SWINEBROAD,
Drive Against Cattle T.
B. Started by Lewis
The work of eradictlng tuberculosis
from Lewis county cattle herds has
been given a good start with the test
ing of COO head of animals, accord
ing to County Agent R. 0. Hate. Six
of the animals tested proved to be
carriers of tho disease and were con
demned as reactors. It later develop
ed that two of the six reactors had
been purchased by their last owner
from a farmer vhos cwiftuind infant
child died of tuberculosis. Farmers
throughout the county are coopera
ting with County Agent Bate in the
drive against bovine tuberculosis by
acting as district chairman to push
the work in their communities. Nine
teen of these chairman already have
listed 1,018 hend of cattle owned by
327 different farmers for the test.
Positively and moat emphati
cally there will be a Ge-Getta-Man.
Moit editors arc fair Judges of hu
man nature. Otherwise they would
not long be editors.
We mean everything the word implies and
even more. It would be difficult to express tho
gratitude we feel for support tho past year.
HERE'S OUR HAND. SHAKE!