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Tne Genu al Record. Lanctr, Ky. Thursday. Dc 28. 1022
For that good FLOUR
R. J. ENCLE
Near Depot, Lancaster.Ky
If you charge your bad debts up to
experience they may prove to be
worth more than they coat.
There's a time and a place for nil
things, but too often we don't know
the one and can't find the other.
Rest enslly, Mr. Man. That Juicy
story is not in the paper this week-
and perhaps it will never be there.
Have you noticed that happy look
on the fac cof a certain young man
In this town? There Is a reason
he is never troubled with Indiges
We positively will not permit fox
hunting or hunting of any character
or trespassing on our farms. Any
violators will be proiecuted.
J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A.
Price, Joe Crisciltls, T. J. Prjce, R.
L. Elkln, B. M. ,Lear, R. L. Barker
R. V. Parson, Marinda Longsworth.
J. P. Dland, Askins and Mobcrley,
J. J. Sebastian, W. A, Mobcrley,
Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and
Hughes Bros., M. B. Turner, R. L.
Arnold, Ed Baker, J. A. Scott, W.
T. Worrcl, A. B. Doty, W M. Marsh
banks, H. M. Kurtz, J. V. Sweeney,
J. S. Ison, George Conn, Prather and
Creech, Donaldson Jones, Doyle Old
field, Lee Pendleton.
(Other names will be added upon
the payment of 2C cents) (tf.)
Ft Vats 9 tw.
OsTke steer TIm Garrard Baatk.
Poa Oafca 5. ReMac 37.
J. A. Beazlev
Office Over National llink.
Residence Hione 3. Office Phone 27
Or. Printus Walker
Calf Answ-sreti Promptly Day or
Nlcht. Prion 317.
Green Clay Walker
Law And Real Estate
Money to lean oa farms.
Ust your farm for sale priv
ately er at auction.
Office ever J. W. Smith' Store.
DR. J. J. BY RISE
to diagnosing nd
I correcting defects
of Eyesight by
the fitting of
Oppo.it Gilcker Hotel.
Office Hoar. S to 12 aad 1 to S p. at.
PLANT THIS FALL
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES
In fact, every tklug for Orchard, Lawn
and Gardes. Our illustrated catalog
this year k the most complete nurs
ery beak ever betted in the South,
It is free for the asking.
H. P. HH.liTHeir.YER 4 SONS,
Single Insertions lea word
No ad Uken for less than 20c
in this column. No ad in this
Seven insertions for the
price of Ave,
Phone orders must be paid
Furnished rooms for rent. Phone
29. Mrs. Henry Moore.
FOR RENT; Houie on Richmond
street. W. J. Romans.
The Genuine, Long I.esf, Standing
Burley Price $1.60 per ounce.
C. B. tayton,
(12.21-tf) Lnncaitcr, Ky., R. 1
Bourbon Red Turkeys for sale
Hem, COO; Tomi, $7.00. .
Mrs. B. M. Iar,
(1214-4t.) Paint Lick. Ky.
Nice brick store room, now or
cupled by Coy Sanders, for rent for
year 1923. Haseldcn Bros.
FOR SALE: One good as new.
Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two
Swinging, Coal OH Lamps; three
Electric Light Flxtujes. For Infor
mation call at Record tffice. (tf.)
Heaters, Cook Stoves, Coal Hods,
Shovels, Stove Pipes and Elbows,
Roasters and Peculators, Stove
Boards, etc. and other articles cheap
for 16 days. J. R. Mount & Co.
DOG LOST: Black and white
spotted hound bitch. Scar on hind
leg; wire cut. Reward. J. T. Hack-
ley, Stanford, Ky., R. K. D. No. 1,
near Cedar Creek on Crab Orchard
TOBACCO SEED: "White Twist
Bud", one of oldest type burley. More
pounds to acre, highest quality. Limit
ed quantity of seed for mIc $1.25 os.
George W. Denny,
(11.30-7t.pd.) Lancaster, R. 1.
WHITE TWIST BUD TOBACCO
SEED, tl.00 nor ounce. Seed will
be given out at office at Tobacco
Warehouse see D. A. Thomas, book
(12-21 It) John T.Henry.
FOR SALE: Single Comb Rhode
Island Red Cockerels. Thems cock
erels were hatched from the Prlie
Pen of Mrs. Luther Todd's Mock,
Berea, Ky. Price reasonable. Write
to Miss D orris Bowling,
(12-21-21) Paint Lick, Ky.
That good Stunding-up Burley that
weighs heavy and colors good. $1.50
an ounce. B. F. Keliey,
Lancaster, Ky., Route 1,
(12-21-7t-pd) Bqx 173
Old Standing: Burley j
Start rfcht if you want a good crop.
Sow the best teed, the old big, broad.
shnrp pointed leaf standing Burley is
the best by test; has color, length and
weight, ripens early, easy to handle,
in fact, is better in every way. We
are offering the seed for sale at $1.25
pen ounce. Mail orders filled prompt
ly. Phone 301-Y.
Virgil and Jesae Lnyton,
Lancaster. Ky.. Route No. 3
There will be held a meeting of
tho Stockholders of the Citizens Na
tional Bank of Lancaster, Ky., for the
purpose of electing directors to serve
the ensuing year.
The election will be held at office
of ttald bank on Tuesday, January 9,
1023 from 10 to 2 o'clock.
L. C. DAVIDSON, Cashier.
Farm for Rent
90 acres for 3 years; one-half cash,
balance at end of the year. Fire
miles out on the Danville and Lexing
ton pike, IVi mile off road. Seven
room house; 0 acre barn, corn and
wheat land. Will sell teams, tools
and feed, nil good. Come and see
this farm. Phone 6604, Box 174.
Danville, Ky. (12-28-41)
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of the Garrard Bank
and Trust Company at Its office, on
Tuesday, January 9th., 1023, for the
purpose of electing officers for the
ensuing year. The meeting will be
held from 1 P. M. to 4 P. M.
J. W. Elmore, Cashier.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Bourne gave a
turkey dinner to n number of friends
and relatives Xmas day.
Mr. Denver Isom and Mr. Hall, of
Harlan, are the guests this week of
their uncle, Mr. Ryle Isom.
Miss Sue Sutton and Mr. Jno.
Sutton enteatained n number of their
friends Xmas day at a noon dinner.
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Gosney and
Miss Annie Blanks motored to Lex
ington last Wednrsday for the day.
Miss Lenora Bogle and Mr. limner,
of Jessamine county, were the guests
Sunday of her sister. Miss Delma
A "Comic Xmas Tree" will be glv
en Thursday nUht at the parsonage
by the B. Y. P. U. Much fun is ex
pected. Miss Denn Hunter has sold since
Jan., 192, $2C0 worth of milk and
butter. This does not include eggs
and other farm products.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob N.tylor enter
tained a number of their friend at a
splendid Xmas dinner. A very en
joyable day wan spent by her guests.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark, Mr. Price
Clark and Mrs. VIrgie May, spent
Tuesday In Lexington, the guests of
Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. Margaret
Mr. Green Estes and Miss Deane
Hunter attended their home church
at Klrksville Sunday and were din
ner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve
The Xmas tree given by the ladies
of Pleasant Grove church was great
ly enjoyed by those present. Much
merriment was offered when Santa
presented the old men with toys.
Miss Dean Hunter was hostess at
dinner Tuesday. A delightful repast
was served, consisting of all the dell,
cacies of the season. A very enjoy
able time was spent by those pres
ent. Mrs. Wm. Blanks and Miss Annie
Blank entertained at a delightful
Xmas dinner. A number of friends
enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
Blanks. The guests from a distance
were Mrs. Yeakey and Mr. Anderson,
Miss Martha Curtis, the Primary
teacher ofthe S. S. provided a small
Xmas tree for the enjoyment of her
class Sunday morning. The bright
little faces bespoke of their happiness
when Miss Curtis presented each one
a gift from the tree.
We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Teleafus Pollard, who is ill at the
Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexing
ton, U not improving as rapidly as
might be expected from a recent
operation which occurred there.
Mr. Ernwt Gosney and family have
taken rooms with Mr. Gosney's father
until the first of March when they
will go to Illinois to live.. Mr. Frank
Shearer is moving to his home, the
place Just vacated by Mr. Gosney.
Mr. Homer Rice excelled Sunday
As Administrator of the estate of the late A. II. Hounshell,
I will sell at public nuction on
Saturday, Jan. 6th, 1923
nn fhn nrim tuns nnnr U'hltn I.lck
Paint Lick tho followiiiK personal property:
One Brood Mare; One Kood work Horse; One Rood team
of YoutiK Horses, four years old; One Horse Mule, kooiI worker;
One five year old mare Mule;"Four Milk Cows; Two Calves;
Four Younir Sows, will farrow in March; Fifteen head of Sheep;
Seven Ion of Clover Hay ; about 40 Barrels of Corn ; Sixty shocks
of Fodder nnd some good Farming Implements, consisting of
Cultivator, Roller, Corn Planter nnd Truning' Plows, etc.
Terms: All sums $20,00 and under cash in hand, over
that amount negotiable note,
per cent interest from date of
G. C. Hounshell, Admr.
Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer.
morning when h having read for the
week 250 chapters. Mb Sallle Lea
Nayler reported 120 while Rev. Lew
ie Thompson read 118. The readings
are taken every Sunday by Mr. Eu
Little Miss Gertrude Rich Is making
wonderful progress In her school
work. She has been going to school
about 18 months and completed tho
3rd. reader this last term. The lit
tle Miss Is only six years of age and
cannot be kept at home. She attends
'Mr. Gordon Doty and Miss Dora
Scott, of Paint Lick, were married
last Saturday. It Is reported they
were married In Danville and went
on to Lexington for a hort stay.
They were accomanIed by Mr. Scott
and Miss Hammack, of Paint Lick.
The contracting party are well known
and have many friends both in Gar
ntrd and Madison counties who wish
them much happiness.
The program and Xmas tree at
Mason, given on last Friday by Miss
Alice Sutton was an entire success.
The audience as well as the children
enjoyed the affair especially the reci
tation given by Miss Mae Belle Sut
ton and the monologue by Miss Sal
lie Lou Naylor. Master Ernest Itob-
jerts acted as Santa CUus, No tree
' looked more beautiful decorated
(with Christmas bells, tinsel and pop
Then there Is the mnii whu sn-tus
destined to go throusli life hitting
hts thumb on the dark while trying
to lilt the nnll on the head.
In the Department Store.
Lady Customer "1 wnnt a fan and
It ramt he something light. What are
thn-te fllrn fans I read n mnrh about
nowadays?- ltton Evening Tran
A French scientist ut)ft ttinl In or
der t attain a rle ohl use It Is ,nec
eary to .deep In a due north and south
MHltln. We may dip young hut we'll
keep right w le-plng on our right
side, nit curled up with our knee mi
tier our chin. It's too lute for us to
start now worrying whether r not
we're -lnti-l north.
Composition of Dust.
Tlita, I. Ill 1 1 : III. .f hartlu t.9 -
.a . II M l.i II I 'HI IIMI U UM-
burned mrlxin from smoke, fru.-rnienta
of wool (iittn nnd hair, living organ
Isms nmt" nnrljHlrrMnt mineral mat
ter. All re-eontuntlj Mng nut Into
the iilr anil they llp through rnu-ks .
nf houe nnd iwttle. After billions of
partli-le hae fallen, we say th door
What la a Drought!
According tn an ottlclal drBnltlna
whlrh has tri-n In Uwt ouiqng meteor
ologWt fur over thirty years, an ab
solute drought I n. perlm! f more
tliau fnurttvn ti)UMVuUe ln tint
one of mIiI. Ii I u rain day. .V ruin
day Is a day with ,01 la. or wore of
rain (uu Imh of rain ineaus 101
tens to tit- iktv). A partial drnucut
la u mtIin of more than 'i consecutive
days, tln tii an rainfall of wUlth does
aot ri .ill In, it day.
Crouk. throo miluH Smith of
due in three months, drawing G
MONET to LOAN
If jom want to.Bja home yoi can borrow
the money 4 jHry It back on the lnatallMeat
plan. Make nkatloa to the Secretary now
Lancaster Binding & Loan Ass'n
Womsn Posts In China.
Among the jxVts nf China the wom
an predominate. V
Thought for the Day.
Many of the best termoM art
reached without word.
It Isnt Werth It. tl
The nnlj w to attain perfection Is
to follow all no ndvke you itr to
Quits Frtqutntly, 'Berts.
Hie trouble with men nf sense It'
thnt they are so drrndfcdly In earnest
ill the white. Untre.
Llk th Nols.
Jnd Tunkln -nv every man Is en
titled to l( i opinion, hut iuot of
us would ntlhi-r et Into nn unniment
than enjoy intii-enMe KMv!on.
Probability Is the Ouid cf Life.
lUnhofi llutler iliH-lnrrtl thnt proba
bility Is the pihlo of lite hut few
phllooophm have courflgvou
enough tu avow- thnt phlloaojihy mn
tie luiiUfliil with anything that Is mere
ly proliahle. John lewry In "Heron
strurtlon In rhllooihy."
Three Through Trains Daily
Lv. OMvWt t. . . 99 AM.
Ar. ChsHsfloefa Z-.n M.
Ar. Atlara taT.7... I:4PJM.
Ar. Maeen , (I-T.) .. 12:tSAJN.
AT JfjfcfJkWIvHi a 7sfaT AaMt
lMlkcia Skeptng Cart sad CoaeKas
Swtant River Special
Lv. Oansat ...1I:H JM.
Ar. CsaHsssiiga CM AM.
Ar. Aatssa. (C.TJ 11 M AM.
Ar..Maassi ... .(E.T4 3:18PM.
Af.Tiwaa 1:50 A.M.
Ar. CtaavMtr 7:83 AM.
Ar 9t PMtftkuffj. TzM AJfA
luUmaa StVefaag Cars asul Cosebca to TnmsMi St. Ptttrsku rg aad
Dicing Cms oa AH Trsmt Vtnkt All Mesls.
Knowlccigt Mtn Claim.
Men vlll tn lie of little things and
great thins as If they know what
thine were little and what thlnrs
weru crenr. Phillips Itroolca,
Among Thost Present.
"Ie Ids iH-rtsters are alius found on
de top ile heals philosophised
Uncle .Veil, "hut If '.t wa'lit fu' tie rest
of us ilere"!! h- n, henrV
First fnollsh Oukt.
The title of difce, the htchest order
of the ltrlll-h nee'sce. was first In
troduced Inm?. and the niack
I'rlnee, the sou of lldward 111 of Kn
land, was the tint duke, under tbt
title of the ilukn of Cornwall;
Few Will Admit Ulensss.
Work, nntirdlnB to my fooling. Is as
murli of n iK-eeimlty to a man as er.tlng
and lwplnc I5en Umiv who do noth
ing which tn u Mnslhle man can be
railed work. Mill Imuirlne that they
are ilolng noiuethlu:. Tlio world pi1
femes not n iiihii whii Is an Idler In
his own eye, W rim llumhiddt.
SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG
ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE
Young meji who would enter the decline of life In com
forUblo circumstances should begin to save now.
The approved modern method of saving Is a savings ac
count in the home bank.
This bank Invites young men and young women to Join
its family of savings depositors.
One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may
b deposited thereafter.
THE NATIONAL BANK
S. C. DENNY, CsukUr.
CfU $50,000. Surplus $50,000.
Honor Roll Bank
Hiss Sh Siclkj Matte, Seclj-TrrH.
Today's Wise Word.
"(71 veil n nk, n gon! figure,
a civxl temper nnd n good hitnlc ac
eounr, and u wnni.ni ran oulnisrry all
the sirens of -onir. story and history."
Helen tin" liimt
D Rloht Always.
' Do rlcht UmihiIi Iii and angulli
be thy lot Thy hinrt win rbeer thee,
whet, the psli'-t forgot. IM wrong for
plrnnitre' wke. then ronnt thy cnln.
The plea-iire mp dep.trtsj (he sin re
maltK. Blhn Xlmttlrwrnrth.
Yes, Wt'vs Mst Them.
Some (joople take mi're time and
strength trying to rind hnw to avoid
doing a hard thins, tlmn they would
need to do It And wrt of all. they
become one of the mi"t woMhle
things tn tie found on this htg enrth
of ours. Exrhanee.
Why Moves Was Absent.
Note recelveil hy a New fork tench-
er; "Klndlr e-ulptr my n M'nseti
from lelne one argrlcate ilsy ahetit i
For why his mother l-elng slek. he hail
to sojourn le the he (lerpetual.
kindly apotosy hlru for nt mtnlnJ
once day n sehool " Ibmton Trsti
Ar. Chsttsnoogs . ,
Ar. Masta (t-T.)...
Ar. Jatastmillt. . .
e 29S AM
PuBsun aerptag Csr saj Cotbn
It Is to lie diiilhtnl If he wilt ver
8nd the way .n henten who desires le
go thither nl.me IVIlhnm.
Photesrrphinj Uis Stars.
It has lieen iiivi.il) found thnt pho
tographs of tar duwn tit the sixth
mngnltude or ilegrei. of hrlKhtneM rau
he taken in hrosd layllcht. mi that
aMroiiomlml photiruphy ne-l no lon
ger coiitlne.1 to th lilcht. If the
stellar phototnipha an- taken thruilgh
a dei-p n- Hen-en. the utars apiear
Divorce Caty Mattsr In Assam.
In .lium tii.- hiiumii wImi tires of
her hum-Nini .ml prefers another com
panion in.,.it , aii her hushand tu
fcvr. They lt iIuhii und hmu a per.
fectly frliHMin .-hat. nnd she offers
him n 111111 .( i,HiHy In exchange for
her freedom l!.. tiuhatid then pucks
his . li iiii. . ,4 money and de
parts In a ii,n his plaiv may
be tnkeii hv ,, .,t, ,.r ,m tlsls does
not rvrti i I- n nunnietit In the
"mart f , um.