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Th Central FUcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dc 28, 1 922
WE THANK YOU FOR A YEAR OF GENER
We fully appreciate your support, and In token
of that appreciation we will endeavor to serve you
as well, or even better In 1923.
May the best of everything come to you.
"Live and Let Live Folks."
M irl SI IE
life without ambition or hope
of substantial reward, or we
may "pep up" and get there
almost before wo know it.
If we go after a thing we at
least have a fair chance of get
ting It. If wo wait for it to
come to us we soon loam what
The editor considers this nn
oppqrtune tome to suggest that
the Chamber of Commerce
hold some kind of a public
meeting, and suumit sugges
tions and plans for community
No one man carries all of the
community brains around un
der his own hat, and hence it
is not from his lips alone that
all of the good suggestions
Every person has ideas, and
it is but fair to assume that at
lenst some of them are worthy1
of considerate.. tf
From chance works
events often occur. And some
one in our midst may be wait
ing for an opportunity to utter
Let's have a meeting, and ex
There is plenty to bo done,
and enough of us to do it.
Bustaeat not mentioned
Juit want your attention
you'll tee the Go-GctU-Man.
There will he a meeting of the
DtorkhoMrr of the Hank of llryant
vllle, at the office of the bank, on
Tuesday January 9th., at two o'clock,
for the purpose of electing officer
for the mining year.
Rusell 1. Brown, Caihicr.
Dlcltcrton't Genuine Kanawha Salt
In lacbi and barrel.
HutUon & Farnau.
, 3MM, UMM,i Kaa. CW-
m aa4 PrMd IrM.
Ha4a A Farmau.
FOR SALE: One-half acrt twlld
Inc lot, adjoining my residence on
Stanford afreet. Ideally locatrd and
needa no Trading. Juat outaide town
limit. I. 1. Thempon.
Notice to Tax Payers
You had better nay your city tax at
once If you don t want to be ndver
tlicd. J. A. Ilrntlon,
Moments Worth Memcmbtring.
You will Ami. it yiiii liNik Imrk iipon
your life, that lli motnenla that Mnml
out nliie i'iTTtlilni; cIm nrt tlie nwv
inrnt wlien yim have ilmm thin In
a fplrlt of love. tlrrirj- llniuiiiimuL
Ancttnt Culinary Idtaa.
8iim nf iht rarlr Ulcn of lellcarlea
would not appeal to tin- nxxlprn tHte,
nor wtmtil uch tnethU aa wmie Ito
mnn rook nppllnl to tlx- r! mullrt.
which u rooked wlilta alive ia a
Blum vl on the tabli.
It th mIM lhtTmakr um maa,
and our vigor In our Immortal aoaL
Halaful Thoufht for Today..
IM not try to rrap tw much of life
at one time. Lite today writ; life I
a mnle and each I hi) ploro ifcenM
be cut and art with klll. Bait on
Although tho ruUlratlnn of -cinnamon
In IndoCliInn la liirivnlHf, moit
of the prwluct cornea from thv wild
hroh. When n natlre illrwrr a
cinnamon tree ho mint imiLv a deeta ra
tion tiefore the locnl adinlnUtratlon.
Afore thlitga are wrought by iira)er
than thin world tlrcmn of, .Wueie
fort, let thy Twice rto like a fountain
tor luo Miht ami ,Uy. for what are
men better than hW-ji or con la that
tiourMi a Wtiwl life ultkln the brain.
If. an.- io timl they lift not lian.U
of pravt fr thriuvlvt and
IIimm im r.ill tbem frteutlt For wi the
whole cmml -arih U ftrrj way ht'tund
by i t .'biilmi ub.Mii t f-t of (lod,
The Central Record
tMued Weakly. H-SO
Payable in Adranca.
J. E. ROBINSON, Editor.
R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr.
Entered at the Pot Office In Lan
carter, Ky., at Seeond-ClaM Mall
Fonian AJrW Haara
THE AMEWICAN PBES8 ASSOCIATION
Rata For'Polltical Annouaeement.
For Precinct and City OrTlcei-l 5.00
For County Offices 10.00
For State and DUtrict Office. 15.00
For Calli, per line 10
For Cardi, per line -10
For all publications In the Inter
fat of Individuals or expret-
alon of Individual vlewa; per
Obltuarlti, per line -'
As The Editor Sees It
An editor Is always "seeing
Sometimes he mentions them
and at others he doesn't. It
often depends upon whether or
not a good purpose can be serv
ed. At the dawn of a new year
we have in mind a few things
that we have seen, the mention
of which at least will serve no
We have seen little children
pass adults on the street and
look wistfully for some form of
recognition without receiving
Thoughtfulness on tho part
of tho-adults, of course, but
, nevertheless an oversight
. which "pains the infantile heart
and leaves an impression that
is not easy to forget.
We have seen beautiful wo
men walk along while men
stared 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
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 cnuse embarrass
ment and resentment.
Possibly they expected op
portunity to take them gently
by the hand and lead them
gently up to the trough of plen
But opportunity didn't.
We have seen people stand
up and deliberately boast to
the point of prevarication, and
expect others to take them at
They probably did not real
ize that those who outwardly
accepted them at face value
were secretly reading the heart
that wags the tongue.
We hnve seen frisky motor
ists go tearing along the high
ways and laugh sardonically
when some 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 a lightning
jump to save his own hide, he
might do a little cussing him
And, too, he might realize
what an unmitigated nuisance
he is to the public, and how
low he stands the estimation
of Inw abiding motorists and
the public at large.
Perhaps if he
We have seen many things,
In many places, and at many
times, that would make many
people smile or squirm if
they were reduced to cold and i
What have you seen?
We have seen men spend
dollars for personal pleasures
and slip a dime In tho collec
tion box at church.
It probably does not occur
to them that the dime they give
is for the service of God, and
that if it were not for tho tol
erance of the same God there
would be no expensive pleas
urea fori, them to enjoy.
We have seen people sit still
while opportunity walked all
around them, waiting vainly to
Another Year of What?
Again an old year Is behind 1
us and a new one is before us,j
to make or mar by our own
Have we any community
plans for the new year?
Are we going to make it a
progressive, year? Or shall
we just drift along?
Tho 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 Atlantic.
But 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 hnnds. We can drift
along, and let another year find
us about where we are now, or
we may employ the force of
will power and determination
and forge ahead, as the power
driven ship does on the waters
of the seas.
We may 'let well enough
alone," and drag "lof through
WELSH & WISEMAN GO'S
Stock Clearance Sale
Which You Can't Afford to Miss
IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK TO THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
POINT BEFORE TAKING OUR ANNUAL INVOICE, WE ARE NOW
HOLDING OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE, BEGINNING ''
TODAY, OFFERING A
ON EVERY ITEM, EVERY ARTICLE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STORE
EXCEPTING IN THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT, WHERE STIEL
GREATER DISCOUNTS OF
1-4 1-3 and 1-2
WIEL APPLY; AS WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE
..V . STOCKS OF
Goats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Millinery, Furs
AND ARE OFFERING ALL THESE LINES REGARDLESS OF COST
TERMS OF SALE SPOT CASH NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS
DRESS GOODS HOSIERY COMFORTS LINOLEUMS
SILKS HANDKERCHIEFS SHEETS MATTINGS
VELVETS UNDERWEAR SHEETINGS COATS
WHITE GOODS RII1BONS OUTINGS SUITS
GINGHAMS NOTIONS TRUNKS DRESSES
TABLE LINENS TOILET GOODS BAGS FURS
TOWELS LADIES SHOES.' UPHOLSTERY WAISTS
NAPKINS MISSES SHOES CURTAIN NETS MILLINERY
CORSETS UMBRELLAS WINDOW SHADES KIMONOS
GLOVES BLANKETS RUGS UNDERMUSLINS
Welsh & Wiseman Qo