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Ths Ctntral Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 28, 1922
IfeHccharqc d Repair aR Makes ff Brterkl
CONN and CONN
Today's Win Word.
Decision of character l one of tht
mott Important of human qualities.
Study In Which Jsp.ntit Ltd.
The Japanese were tlir first tn matt
A scientific atuilr of earthquake.
Ilunr Hunt Haiti Iwttli jutt ami on
Just, re mwnoowt' hy custem. Ter
ence. Thrught (or tht Day.
I.onk belHre Jhi leap. He sure yno
am rlclit nnd the lake mother leak,
Th Ont Thing Thty Should Oot
Men will wninsle for rellglun; nts
for It ; fight fnr It . dte fnr It ; anvthlsr
dut lt for it rvion.
It Ctit Form.
Thero U more retft rtnuiy la pntlnc
no man a Jl than Hi fis'dlHg four
in Idlcue. Hmton TmseTttf,
Tlmtty n f M r lmplt.
Tilt" best wmi it ,; J-i-' rnli.
Hon U In eosM i-r ' ft f iiei
anil Intnxlarttn f r-- im inp.
menta. It la tlw mmf ' -f itaely
rcalr that makim ratwUiIlM arre
WantiJ tht Mir.ty Anyna.
A liy at H'iMwl ws ritlawi:y writ
lite home, for MM-nry lit f: tiwr mail
a final reftttat, clih .. lint
he 1 1 I Mt Wlb l.i ItJ. . ir:.. Ill son
to become a M-in!iiirifi 11m- -.-m not
to t mr m ri ;: Pud;
Will J on mndly l ml ine ' I am
KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED
THE IMPROVED STAN0IN6 UP BURLEY
Don't be deceived into buying inferior seed. Buy the
Genuine Kelloy Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP
BURLEY, with tliu LONG POINTED LEAVES, which givca it
from three to four inches more
The old Stnnd ng Hurley had n round pointed leaf, but H. L.
Kclley nnd Soiih, by careful breeding and crossing have de
veloped their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the long
pointed leaf, which gives it more icngin ami more wuigiu, aim
retaining it bright color, which has rondo this seed famous
throughout the United States.
Price 2.00 nn ounce, $12.00 half pound. S24.00 a pound.
A11 in ounce packages. None genuine without signature,
which appears on every package.
B. L. KELLEY & SONS
' K. F. D. No. 1
Mt-ifceri irf the Purity TthMf Grwr' Cn
Todaya Wits Woro.
Tte hail somn good momenta. They
ixne somehow 'In iplto of one. Tht
bine l then to recognise, them."
, Henry James.
Canadian! Qrow Tobacco.
, Tobacco planting In Caundn hat
i wade remarkable, progress during the
t few year, some JO.HXJ acres being
isMcd tatt year.
Spolltrt of Btiuty.
A tMniitlful henrt tiittkcs Hie plain
t face col to look at. And ugly
ttwuglit nntl klnil fi-ellne within sjmiII
it- beauty wlthitit.
Doctor Jonnton on Reason.
Sir. yi an ettrtntt n ri for It;
but that Mill nt make It rlcht. Yon
may have a reason why two met two
slmnld mnke live; Imt they will mill
niaki four. Dr. Johnson.
Much Virtu In Sllcnct. '
Silence It one uf tin lianlet klndu
of nmununt to ri'futt Tlien l ni
rpml mtittltutf for wUiloni; but al
lelic It the bet that ha a yet been
illfiiTi reil. J I. Shnw.
Lleni Furnlth Qood Ottik.
I.bm llenb 1 an lit to bf err cont
entitle, Imt tlsvr It touch ntol .Inrwy.
Neterthelets the latter Ik titen In
Inillx, n tln-ro 1 u njirmlli.in Aiat It
linpitrtt Mmitnli nml cwimliif to the
Mlttral Hat Itt Uatt.
The nilttrat U n rMltlnir "linl nblch
awtH-ti ilown rrimi the rentral
plntviti nf France to the leiilierrnn'
ear It tlrle up the io- 'i mnitvi
nnl V tiiiMiiliiH- ii I i IbhiiIp va
tr tinnot nti!-if ' "
Jefferson Flock Owners
After More Winter
Hew to fcctl, ho.ttc and manage
their farm flock of chlckena to get
the most winter nrira hat aroutcil
conahlerablr intcrett nmonir Jefferson
county farmer and their wivca dur
ing the Iat few weeka, S. W. Andcr-
ton, aMittant county agent of the
county lay. The keeping of record
by 25 flock owner in the county and
the organixation of two group of
farmer nnd their wive for the pur
poic of itudying various detail of
poultry feeding, care nnd manage
ment are among the development
that mark the new interett, he ay.
The record being kept by tho 2G
farmera nre proving to be especially
Intcrcallng to chicken waiter of the
county, n addition to keeping rec
ord on their flock, the 25 persons
nre conducting them m irVmomtrn
tlon to thow the value of a number
of recommended poultry practice,
thus making it ponlblc for their
neighbors to get practical pointers on
how to feed nnd take care of their
hen for the greatest egg production.
The number of hen in the vnrioua
flock range from 25 to 200 but nil
of rhem nre being led with the idea
of increasing their ttx production.
The keeping of tc record began
November lot. ami will continue for
six month. Reports made by the
record keepers on the number of eggs
their hen are laying showed that
about one-third of the hen in the
various flock wree laying soon after
the record were atarted. However,
it I expected that under the good
feed and care which the birds arc re
ceiving that at least half, nnd per
haps more, of them will be hiying in
the near future.
The two poultry study groups that
have been organized each include
nbout SO farmers and their wives.
.Monthly meeting will be held during
the winter at which time special at
tcntion will be given to proper hous
ing feeding, culling, mating, hatch
ing and breeding chick. It is hoped
that the work of the study groups
will result In the development of high
producing purebred flock of chickens
each having the required character
istirs of it particular breed.
McRoberlt Drug Store
Washington Leaf Grow
ers Get Pointers on
Important pointers on the stripping
and grading of hurley tobacco this
fnll hnve been explained to close to
300 Washington county farmers by
mean of nine demonstrations put on
In this section of the State through
the cooperation of tho Hurley Tobac
co Growers' Cooperative Association
and the extension Division of the Col
lege of Agriculture at Lexington,
County Agent R. -It. Heath any.
Demonstrations won held on the
fnmts of J. It. Claybrook, C. W.
Homen, Kvcrett Wakefield, It. A.
Thompson, J. It. Hopper, William
Arnold, Jack Rayburn, George Rus
sell anil Judge Gowln, W. L. McMur
try, grader from the burlcy associ
ation, conducted the demonstrations.
According to -those who atetnded
the demonstrations, tobacco in this
part of the state thia year I one
third better than it was last year.
Very little Injury from house burn
ing and practically no green tobacco
was found. The crop also Is said
to have good color,
You still have plenty, of time in
which to do your 1023 Christmas
U Ceases U
H foiKiDvnf rnxstr
law back. ukI tttfitllo
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I I IMmti mmd blUf . I I
I I rHvs first, ska silra 1 I
I I at systptoao. aatl arMir I I
I llr brim hack tailk. via-
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M KIDNEY PILLS M
cartUr sad wtasly com
bii 1 dtd. tonic la actio
ski aa4lck to rtT aood nf Ps
I I Tka I tlatn-Ul bclaw U I I
I I c of tfcont it! w karo I I
rtcatrtd frosa aflcrtnt
trka kT lommi rthsf,
l bars) b o troti4
wttk weak Wbktyss sad !
I I scvfsl ll rs tn tks Ust I I
I I too ysaralkad that ttr I I
II rtbU bac k tchm titti II
o fMUatf. scarctly HBJ
abls to do By work.
Pall fl lika im-w per-
I I aisssstoad. Mk I I
jfl By H. LOUIB HAYBOLD K
IS r MtClar N,rir arntlu.
mil Kraut, whittling aloud out of
hi happy, rare-free young heart,
picked up the letter which lay on hit
desk, unfolded It, ant read, lilt
whittle stopped abruptly.
Head propel In lilt two hands, he
read the tetter again, rpread out on
Ids dealt, aa If n second perunl might
alter the situation.
"lltnr Illll-lWt think that I hnve
forgotten you, for all tho long silence.
When I told you I did not lore ynu
enotith In marrr. but Inreil rntir I
friend Instead, I wn wnmg. He
neter ntket me ncnln, hy the wny
1 you Mill want me, I will marry
you. In fact, I am taking n chance ,
and coming nut by tin- next bnnt,
which will dock at Honolulu almost '
as soon aa ynu receive till letter. 1
If you don't wnnt tue, lllll, nhy. I j
ran at least go home ncnln I At eter, ij
Ileatrlee Shawl Yea. he had niw
thotiRht he hired her had lieen pret- I
ty well cut up when the. turned him j
down. Hut he hadn't thought of her
for month. Not since he hnd met
r.lleen Cnry to whom he wna to lie ,
tunrrlrnl nt asuiii totiiorrnw.
Hut noon tomorrow! Why, that
wn when the Mnttonlo would din-k,
hrlnelng r.llivn'i. aunt to the wedding
from her home In the .State, and alto
Ileulrlce. How could he explain to
Klleen that til girl hnd no Halm
ou hlml That the old affair and It
had hardly been that wn over nnd
done with years ago.
How cnnld he know that llentrlce
would retire an affection fnr him
the had never tdiown and out of n
clenr sky would descend tn niln hi
lllll me nnd paced the floor nf the
comfortnble ttudy he rhaml with his
old friend nnd present fellow worker
nt the Interdtlnnd Navigation com
pany with nervotv, ngry stride.
Then n strong delre surged within
him tn share his trouble with tome
Should he tell Klleen T Indlnrt
urgel him tn wait, yet the longing to
hear her voire wn overpowsrlng.
He took down the receiver nnd
mllft the number of her father'
plantation on the city' outlrt.
"That you. Klleen?"
"Anxtout for tomorrow?"
"Suppw suppose ynu should heur
oil. nothing, dear; I don't know
what I'm saying."
"Of eourM' I lore you. N". then'
tierer wn nny one else. On my wonl
of honor Klleen I"
And yet, n (ie hung up, lllll could
the Mnttonln stenmlng nearer
and nearer, bringing the girl who ap
pnreplly thoiiEht he tllll rnred. n.
hang It, ht erldently must have
seemed to cure year ago, when,
purrtil by n moonlight night at n
dunce nt Coromuln, he hnd suggested
they be engaged. So long ago hnd It
leen Hint ho had evqn forgotten why
hi had turned him down. Oh, tin
letter had mentioned hit friend.
What friend? To Itllly the whole mat
ter was nt vngue nt that.
Isesperntely lllll sat down nnd tried
to reason n way out of the tangle.
He would get hit roommate to gn
down tn the Mntsnnln and explain tn
Ileatrlee thnt ho wn about to be
married, thnt she, wat mistaken In
thinking heenred. thnt he mut re
turn on the ne.xt bont, rrorldrag she
had funds, llut, hang It. hi room
mate, the only one tie could trust not
to let the cat out of the bag to
Klleen. had other duties as best man.
He was to meet Klleen's aunt, take
her to the church and return linme
dlntely to neenmpnny mil.
Mennwhllo rteatrlce, wondrrh why
lllll had not met her, would prolmbty
le hunting him up. nnn like at not
stumble on him nt he entered the
rhiirrhl A nice contretemps thnt
would be I For to Hill's disordered i
tulnd It seen1,! quite possible) that
any girt capable of chasing un old i
and dtscanled lover tn Honolulu
would Im (julte n cnpable of brenk- i
lug up n weiMIng with another girl
on the iot.
A wild thought leaped In Hill'
brain. Siiphim he boiled I Or uv-J
piM he dashed nut to Klleen's mid ,
demnndeil she eloH. Vet where could
they elope to Iffore Heatrlce arrlrel?
The IMiindt nre circumscribed when j
It ciMnes to gossip and he was In n I
poltlon to know that not even n
tramp steamer for the South sen ,
would Im leaving iort. ,
Hnrkt Who wat that coming In
downtlalni? A shiver of apprehen
sion shook Hill; then nnerlly he
shrugged hi shoulders. The Mutsonln
hadn't raised Diamond Hend yet. At
worst It would only bo hi roommate.
HI roommate It wn. who bounded
til the stairs two slept at n time and
burst In the door.
"Caught n rldo back on Crnnier'a
yacht, so got here sooner. How' the
little bridegroom? You're looking
seedy, llrace up and tell mo What
you think of a doublo wedding!"
"A double wedding. Will?"
"Sure I Didn't you read tho little
note I left on your desk for you tn
read? Or did you think It wa yours
and I opened k by mistake? I've
always been iweet on Heatrlce.
Thought at ono time you were. And
bow, blest her heart, she' coming
out to met Oh, you're) not the only
lucky bird I"
"No, William." said Hill, and rising,
took a oBg, deep brtavOi, "but I'm m
dtraed htcky that I eau hardly bear
MP uadsr It I"
Don't force your wife to beg for household
Don't dole it out to her at if it were a charity.
Your wife i your partner treat her aa such.
Make her a monthly or weekly allowance aa
liberal as your financial condition will permit. Then
once a week or once a month deposit that sum in (he
bank to her credit. Let her run her part of your co
partnership on a business basis. Women do not like
to be eternally begging and asking for money and
they should not have to do so.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK,
Misses Mollic and Ethel Dames
wrre pleasant guests of Mils Lucy
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscnr Lewis spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Doolin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker, who
hnve been sick the past week are bet
ter nt this writing.
Mr. Lawrence Reynolds, of Gunns
Chapel arc with Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry
Tuttte during Xmas.
Mrs. Albert Phillips, of Corbin, is'
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
T. L. Ynntis for Xmas.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sebastian, of
Buckeye arc the pleasant guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tuttle.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mullins arc the
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Ynter during the holidays.
Mrs. C. It. Henry and two children
of Kirksvlllc, arc spending Xmn
nt, Mr. nn.l M. Mtiinn W.-rd.
' the name und locntlmi uf tho "Ou Me.
Mr. and Mrs. John Black and twoteurc."
.biblrttn worn i.n.t. fit bnr hnrnnl,.!
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Turner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs: Steve Sutton and chil
dren of the Crab Orchard road were
recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Edd
Mr. Emmctt Taylor, of Corbin,
spent the Yuletlde with his daughters,
Mist Malinda and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P.
Master Colli O'Neal Prayther was
the pleasant guest of his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker
Wc are glad to report Mrs. Roy
I'rather and children, who have been
sick the past ten days, arc better at
Mr. and Mrs. Ray I'rather, Master
Collis O'Neal. Miss Willie Francis
This Bank Is Worth
Money To You.
Arc you carrying a "roll" of money around in
your pocket? If so it is not earning anything for
you. Possibly it is being frittered away little by
TRY the better way, tho profltnblo way. Open
a savinjjs account nnd keep your money in this bank.
It won't fritter, but it WILL earn interest for you.
4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME ArtD SAVINGS
The Garrard Bank & Trust Co
WC SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE
Prnthcr, were guests of Mr. W. T.
Wnlker Sunday nnd Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Askins, Mr.
Green I'oynter nnd Mr. Alford I'oyn
ter. Mr. W. T. Wnlker nnd Mr. Ray
Prathcr were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Scott Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Yantis nnd
sons, George and Hcrschcl, Mr. J. II.
Jennings and son, Leslie, motored to
Somerset Saturday and were guests
of Mrs. A. M. Girdlcr and Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. N. Longsworth.
Good Way et Looking at It.
If the weather iloc-n.VI linpticn to be
good for my work today. It's good for
some other tnun's, and will cnnie round
to mu tomorrow. Dlrieiia.
Tribe of Indians Marquttte Met.
The fltt referenco to the Missouri
trllx of Indians made by a Kuropean
whs by Marquette In a letter written
In lfiTO to !ji Mcrcler. hit father u-
I'lor. as Indians "wl... n. canoes of
w,,,mL 0n Marquette map appear
"fe'iiiuuel, tiic yo' Hike this woman
for thy lawfully nc!dd wife?" asked
the colored uirm glancing nt tho
diminutive "Mer-eyed. bovvleg.-vd
hriilcgnioiii, who rtood beMde -10
pound of fcM.iiine insurance. "Ah
Hikes liiitliln . ' cioonilly responded tht)
tiriile;Mtu. 'Ah' bcln looked."
I.s Aiigi " Tinier.
Great Woman and Creat Empress.
It wns Marin Therewi, eiupnm of
(j'ernmtiy (1717-tTMi) who Le the
metnoruble.wuiite. "I want In uict$ my
God kwuIm When dying she refused
n doc ot opium. Oinyle sujk of tier:
"She win uuHft brave, high and pious;
bcuu:iriii itinl nullum with gixil na
ture: t!...i'kh of u temper thut v.ould
easily . m.-b t'ro, (icrliups no noble