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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 16, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918051601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 16, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 paces THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 16, 1918. RED CROSS CAMPAIGN mm NUMBER TWENTY NINTH YEAR 7. IS HUMMING. r9ff3llB FARMER Your Attention. The great Spring Drive is beginning. Are you prepared as you should be to do your FULL SHARE In feeding the world? If not, come In and let us put you wise to the very latest and most improved in Labor-Savin- g GARRARD AND COUNTY EXPECTS WORK FOR THIS EVERYONE TO GIVE GREAT CAUSE. We Are HEADQUARTERS FOR CORN Farm Machinery. What if hitxir is scarce nml hlsliT With our implements you can more than make up for this and greatly increase your profits as well us jour output. Don't delay Come and see us. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. rr IE The Halg line could never lie railed the "line of least resistance". Kuriin 1, at present "the bourn from which no traveler returns". Peanut may be, as claimed, good ts poor food, bui peanut politics pabulum fur wnr times, The Overman bill is n great little visitor. It has spent four months Sunt the early, fly, and then he with the Senate and is now being - the late fly, but not the lawill Inentertained by the House. mented one. Tha Rati Cross takat car of tha G.n.ral Parthing, Commandtr of poor, starving, maltraatad little chilour forcat In Franc, pralfat tha dren of Balglum, Franc, and Italy. ork of tha Rad Crow. Gia fraaljr. Give frljr to this great causa. Hats otr to the famierl In the Jess Willard has been barred midst of the plowing season he took from boxing by governors of vartlir.e to dig up for the ThlrJ LiberNobody would bar ious states. ty Loan. him if he had a contest on with the The Third Liberty Loan has not Kaiser. only gone "over the top", but It has A small piano is manufactured earrieil devastation Into the encmyt for use in the front line trenches. trenches. A piano usually fulfils two purposes t Mr, Smiley Hill, who is selling it cheerr the possessors and anthe Oldsmobile, sold to Mr. J. N. noys the neighbors. Tenter, the past week, a Six CylinThe Germans hoped that ti.e.r der Oldsmobile, tpring offensive would bring pence. We have a limited amount of rye Hut it wns a wild hope, for Undo flour, we will sell to those who want Sam and his allies will neuT stand it, in 12 and 24 pound baits. for an offensive peace. Garrard Milling Co. In reading the papers ue become There will be a I'ie Supper at Beat-ley- s so much accustomed to figuring in Schqol House, on Crab Orchard millions and billions of dollars that pike, Saturday night May 18th., for it almost reconciles us to paying the benefit of the Red Cross. thirty cents for fifteen cent bananas. NEWS ITEM: Cuffs, kets and all unnecessary mens clothing to be Young men they are not chevrons on government belts, buc- frills government "of on the people" "by the people and for That this is n abolished. abolishing uniforms. the people" is now being firmly imbedded in the minds of a few alien enemies now in internment camps. Grass FOR GRAZING I have 150 acres of Good Grass I will rent for Five Months. Only by tne united and eurnest effort! of all can great things be acNINE MONTHS SESSION, complished In n community. "In this hour of her need America exOwing to war conditions and n pects every man and every woman to sentiment among the pntron.t of the .o his or her duty." The Manager school, the trustees of the Lancaster of the Second Red Cross drive in Graded School, voted to reduce the Garrard County asks ou to have school year from ten to nine mouths courage, have faith nnd nbove all, next year. With the united supperseverance. port of all we cannot and will not H. V. BASTIN NAMED. fall to raise our quota In this camThe Board of Trustees of the paign. Come and bring your friends to Lancaster Graded and High School the great Mass Meeting at the Lan- appointed Mr. II. V. Bastin to fill Sunday the vacancy on the Board caused by School Graded caster night at 8 I, M. There will be dis- the death of Mr. S. D. Cochran. tinguished speakers and beautiful The appointment of Mr. Bastin music. The things you will hear meets with the hearty npirool of will not only do you good but will the public and we think will fit the fill you with the determination to ofllce admirably. work nnd give to the greatest organ ization of its kind In all the world. SHEEP SELL WELL. We want the building packed to the Mr. Logan Thompson sold fifty we are doors in order to show that head of nice sheep, unsheared nnd enlisted for the uor. MONDAY, MAY 20, there will be with lambs one month old, to Mr. a great war picture shown at Rom- John Cress, of Boyle, for $30. a ans Opera House, afternoon and ev head for the ewes, throwing in the ening. 00 per cent, of the net re lambs and wool. He also sold to J. 225 lie T Rigsby, 34 hogs weighing ccipta go to the lied Cress pounds each at $1C.C5 a hundred. rure and see this great p.ciure. Tuesday morning, May 21st, the "Lege" had about $3,000 in his InHed Cros drive out of Lancaster, side pocket and said he "thought" l'aint Lick and Bryantsville, will be ht would give some of it to the Ked mnde by the same teams and Cap Cross. tains who were in the last Liberty BLOODED STOCK SOLD. Loan drive. Meet promptly at the Citizens National Bank corner at 3 Lillard Miles reports the followA. M. and get your workers buttons ing sales of Holstcin Friesian cattle We r.sk and subscription blanks last week: The pure blood bull, workers to refuse to take "no" for His Eminence William to C. Milan answer to your request for fu.idj es of Lancaster; His A. Eminence for the lied Cross. Korndykc Karl to Daniel Ray, of LIST OF TEAM CAPTAINS. Lancaster; two high grade heifers Mr. II. T. Hudson. to Luther Kainey, of Lancaster; Mr. J. K, Robinson, high grade cow nnd calf to Daniel Mr. J. W. Elmore, Ray of Lancaster; and a high grade Mr. S. C. Denny, cow nnd calf to A. C. Miles, of LanMr W. F. Champ, caster. Jessamine News. Mr J. W. Sweeney, Mr. J. K. Dickerson, ANOTHER RED CROSS RALLY Mr. V. A. Lear, Mr. G. I). Swinebroad, A big rally in the interest of the Prof. J. I. Abner, Buena Vista, Red Cross Campaign for $7,000.00 Mr. J. C. Williams, Bryantsville, In Garrard County will be held by Mr. J. Hogan Ballard, Bryantsville, the colored people under the directMr. G. A. Bowling, Bryantsville, ion of the Rev. A. W. Jackson, man.Mr. K. G. Woods, l'aint Lick. ager of the colored Peoples Red Mr. Woods Walker, Paint Lick. Cross Society of Garrard County, Mr. U. H. Ledford, Paint Lick, at Davistown, on next Saturday Mr. Tandy Centers, Paint Lick, evening at eight o'clock. There Mr. J. N. Denny. Taint Lick, will be good singing and fine speakDon't be a dodger, when asked for ing at this meeting and all colored money for the lied Cross. You nre pcoyle who can are urged to be giving to help our boys who may be present. The Rev. Jackson is an sick or wounded; you are giving to able speaker and is doing fine work save our own country from the fate In this Red Cross Campaign. Milof poor little Belgium; you are giv- ton Sneed will have charge of the ing for the relief of thousands and singing and music. He is also dothousands of starving, maltreated ing good work for the Red Cross. little children of Belgium, France, We of Italy, Serbia and Rumania. LOSES HOME BY FIRE. know you will not refuse to give freely to the organization that Is The handsome residence of Mr. doing this magnificent work. William Simpson, near Teatersville Sec the advertisement in this Issue wns destroyed by fire last Saturday of the County mass meeting to be morning about seven o'clock, supheld next week. If you live near posed to have originated from a ono of these towns go to the meet- coal oil stove used for cooking puring. poses. No one wns In the kitchen The County School teachers have nt the time of the explosion which work in earnest under the was heard by Mrs. Simpson started to while, leadership of Miss Jennie Iliggins; still in her bedroom on the upper women all over the counprominent floor. When she reached the kitty are giving their best effotts to chen the room wns in a light this cause. blaze nnd It was soon seen that the WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO? house was doomed. Some of the W. A. FARNAU, furniture from the lower floor was Manager. Campaign tho removed and by hard work, store room near by was saved. The Mr. Simpson is estimatMOTOR TRUCK FOR COUNTY total loss to ed at $7,000, with only $2,000 inTho Gnrrard County Fiscal Court surance. has recently contracted for a large You are perfectly safe when InU. S. Motor Truck, to be used In sured with E. C. Gaines' Companies. hauling rock on the roads through- None better, few us good. out the county. The price paid was $3,000 nnd it Is said to be the best VOLUNTEER FOR SERVICE. truck on the market. Many of our Lancaster boys have volunteered their services to HISS DELCAMP RESIGNS. fight the Kaiser during the last week Miss Mary E. Delcnmp who wns and all have parsed satisfactory exas u teacher in aminations for the different branchrecently the Lancaster High School for next es to which they will serve. year, has resigned to accept a simMr. Holbert Bastin goes Into the ilar position in the Lexington High Naval Reserve and reports on May School. Lancaster's loss is 23rd. He will probably be sent to gain. Harvard for several months study, M.ss Francis F. Clark of Mason to prepare himself for the Radio county, has been elected to succeed service of this branch. Wade is a Messrs Joe Kavanaugh, Miss Delcamp. Miss Clark graduate of the Mayslick High Walker, Story Herron and Glass B. School, of Hamilton College, and of Carrier left last Sunday, but only Transylvania College, having grad- Herron could stand the Marine exuated in the class with Miss amination and was taken Into this Miss Clark conies well rec- branch; the other boys going Into ommended and will no doubt fill the the calvary. vacancy ratlsfactorily, since In adThey were all sent to Fort Thomdition to her training she has had as for training. All the above are two years experience in the Frank-ll- n Garrard County's best young men County High School at and we expect rapid promotion for them all. PLANTE and I ill - RIDING CULTIVATORS g Brown Manly and John pDeere riding Cultivators rj are on exhibit at our store. Call and see jg M PS them and place your order. HASELDEN Lancaster, BROS Kentucky Jffl! at Ireland thinks that home rule is We have a limited amount of rye a better measure than the English flour, we will sell to those who want will it, in 12 and 24 pound bags. rule. We hope the dispute soon be adjusted, for we all know Garrard Milling Co. that Irish courage b beyond The people will hail with satis- faction the news that the interned The button supply of the coun- German prisoners in this country try is running short, but that does- are to be put to work constructing n't make any difference to many of roads. We may be very certain our us. The supply of nails is .still boys who have fallen Into German plenty and locust trees grow thorns hands are paying for their keep, and as of old. then some. Why not be cosmopolitan in our FOR THE RED CROSS. eating? If we use more Scotch oatOne of the best pictures of the meal, Irish potatoes, English barley, Japanese rice and Indian corn we season will be shown at Roman's ran send more American wheat to Opera House next Monday afternoon and evening, 00 per cent of the proour boys inthe trenches. ceeds going to the Red Cross Fund. "Maid of Belgium" is the title of one No wonder that So many of the chief pictures and It is sufe has internal dissensions. different races are represented with- to please. Several other good reels, will be shown among them, one enin its boundaries, and the only proposition that they are all agreed upon titled "Over Here" shows the punch is that food is necessary to sustain that "Uncle Sam" is putting behind his work, when he builds three huge life. Austria-Hungary The Federation of Women's Clubs has decided against the adoption of i We are glad a uniform for women. of this, for we shudder to think how fat women would look In .aj uniform designed to be becoming' 1 to slim ones. buildings, accommodating 900 men in 37 minutes, converting a virgin Into a military city of 40,000 forest in fifty-tw- o days. Help tho Red Cross and see some of the best pictures of the season by coming out next Monday afternoon or evening. Price $4.00 Per Acre. We are Specialists WE CURE CRIPPLES. We take that broken down, crippled Car and restore it to health and strength and usefulness. These days you just cant afford to lose the service that your car should give and which it will give if you keep it in health. If your car lacks efficiency, is weak or faulty in any action, bring it in and let us give it the once over. We never fail to diagnose the ailment and then we apply the proper remedy to the seat of the trouble. Let us help you to help your Government by keeping your car in perfect condition. '. Cripples We Cure DR Bi C ROSE Bryantsville, Ky. Zinnaird Eros. Phone 66. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. At- - The Central Record, Thursday. May !6, 1918. THE WAR AS A MELTING POT. We hoar much these days of the melting pot ns applied to the Ameri canization of our foreign Imml grants. While the nccil has keen great that this foreign clement be fused with the national life as quickly as possible, there U yet an other phnsc of American llfo where. in the melting pot can render great service, and that melting pot n ill be developed in the war upon which we have entered. I'ntll recent years America has been distressing!)' provincial. N'ot provincial ns a whole, but provin cial by sections. The down cuter looked with suspicion upon an thing having Its origin outside ol! N'cw England. The southerner viewed all parts of the country save the West as alien territory, and only had n tolerance for that sectioi hecause it was made up large!. of his The citizens of the Mid kinsman. die West lias always been conrinced that creation ceased with the com pletion of his tcrritor. , and so it ran. The thoughts ntid custons of the various sections were antagonistic, and it was only grudgingly that either could be brought to ad mit that there might be anything of merit come out of the other. All this the war will change. We will no longer be a nation of many elements all antagonistic and out of sympathy. Wo will no longer waste our energies in berating and belittling our neighbors forbecause, sooth, they may not view all of life with our eyes. In France there are today young men from every part of this coun try fighting side by side, sharing the same dangers and the same death. As the war progresses their numbers Each (!) are Increasing. is learning from others, and each is uncon sciously learning to sec life from the other's viewpoint. As the association progresses, many common views will be developed, and where antagonism exists, close and intimate contact will gradually but ture-l- y bring each into harmony with the .1 Red EVERY Cross PATRIOTIC Mass Meetings. CITIZEN SHOULD ATTEND. m 1 T w i! kl si f s. t There will be music and good speaking at the Red Cross Mass Meeting fo be held at the following points in Garrard county. Come and bring the family. It will do you good. - int-Without Mystery Paint Lick, Monday, May 20th, Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about. On the back of erery can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact formula of its contents. Thus you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. s. if Hanna's Green Seal is the painters prefer. Try it. good-wearin- g, good-lookin- Bryantsville, Tuesday, May Buckeye, Wednesday May Cartersville, Thursday, May Buena Vista, Friday May DON'T FORGET THE DATES. HUCKEYE Mr. Kile Ilrndshaw spent the week Mr. and end with his grand-parentMrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert laiyton spent tho week-en- d with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. - F. Ilrown. Itcv. I). F. Sebastian filled his regular appointments here Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mrs. Alice Crutchficid. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilurdettc 1'cel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. llinim I'ny nnd family. Mr. William Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yater were guests Sunday of Mr. W. H. (Jul'ev nnd family. Mrs. J. K. Kduards nnd little daughters, are spending the week with her father, Mr. Mnnley, In Mason county. Mrs. Uolicrt Long nnd son and daughter, Willie and Francis, were Richmond visitors in Ileren ami Sunday and Monday. 7:30 21st, 7:30 22nd, 7:30 23rd, 7:30 24th, 7:30 p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m ? 7 - g paint that expert Sold By Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. (!) I ! V White Canvas and Slices I OXFORDS. AND injured foot from being run down by an automobile Sunday while returning from church, He will not be able to return to his place of business for a few days on account of it. Mr. Leslie Cunningham and fam ily have moved to n farm which he recently purchased near Sjlvisa. They will be greatly missed in our community ns Mrs. Cunningham was president of the Ladies Working Society, and will be especially miss ed in this phase of work. the day with Mr. Thompson Daw and family, Sunday, Mrs. James Stapp of Lexington, an.l Mrw. K. W ltelchelderfcr, of Fort Wayne, Ind., were visitors last week of Mrs. Mnl Carter, and .Mr J P. Prnthcr. Misses Mnyme Mnttie (".alien, of Richmond. Ilettic Mao 1'arU uf Paris, and Mayme Sebatn:n, Sa'V Teater nnd Ethel Kay. Itev. I). 1 Sebastian, Messrs (leorge Calico and Smillie Hill were ont rlained Sun uy at the 11 wiie of Mr. and Mrs Waller Grow. First and Last Thoughts. In mutter" f conscience first ttuitiriiH nre In matters uf prudence- Inst thoughts are tmt. 'Hubert Hall. Rheumatic Aches Drive them out with Sloan's soothLiniment, the quick-actining liniment that penetrans without rubliinj and rclioes the pain. s have a bottle in the house for the aches and pains of rheumatism, gout, lumbazo, strains sprains, stiff joints and all mucle Sfttncj. .Otvrout dir4 titles. !S - 1 LADIES WAISTS CHI- !: I (: LDREN DRESSES. ii i I other. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. Hi 8) I i I I 1 For Sale! 25 10 3 Farms 1 of any size or location. When this war is ended and our i boys come home, It will not be a crowd of provincials we shall welcome, but an army of cosmopolitans world citizens, we may say. These ii men will have probed to the bottom the character of their fellows and learned all there was to know of them. And in that knowledge they will each have found much of value when fully understood, and will have learned to appreciate to the full the good points of nil. The war will complete what our great industrial development had !!l begun it will make of us at last one compact nation, all Americans together, all with o common inter est interest, a common love and ' a common destiny. I I Way to Test the World. Tlier Is i.ne wsy for every man l determine fur himself whether tin world Is growing l.eltcr or worse. Ml lie tins til do Is to ascertain whelhei the number of pi. pie who scree wilt Mr. Robt. Noel nnd niece. Miss Mm Is Increasing nr dlrnltilthliu. spent Houston Post. Lillian Kelly of Lnncnster, (HANDLER SIX $1595 City Dwellings modern and attractive. netting 7 per cent to owners. I 1:1 JUDGE MAKES ERRONEOUS REGARD-ING PREDICTION First Quality Has Put Chandler in Firs Place selling at WHEN men talk now of fine cars the Chandler. prices they speak first of a good car, so well built, so dependable in its service on the road. And because now, so distinctly, I 1 I ffi Business Properties D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Real Estate. Insurance. Farm Loans, I I i i LAWYER. "About one clean shirt is all I He thought he would ever wear. had fallen away to a mere shadow; was as yellow as saffron and often doubled up with pain. Doctor s con tinually gave him morphine and were about to operate for gal! ttones. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy quickly restored him to perfect health again." It Is a simple, harm the less preparation that removes catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, in' appendicitis. eluding dose One will convince or money refunded P.. E. McROBEKTS, Druggist. Because, for five years, the Chandler has been such If you expect to buy a this spring, see our line for we planted. have some jobs that are strictly and at the right price. and up-to-da- Buggy te, Six is its marvelous motor Chandler-designe- d and Chandler-buil- t which, through five years of refinement without radical changes, has been developed to a point approximating perfection. it offers extraordinary value. The most distinguished feature of the Chandler MARKSBUKY Mr. Killlon is quite ill at the home of his son with tuberculosis. Corn planting has been held up on account of the rainy weather. Quito a number of fields have been WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky. Messrs Hobt. Fox, and Noel Ilogie Misses Virgie and Pearl Hogg, were visitors Sunday In Richmond Uerea. Mr and Mrs Simpson of Iluckcyc, Mrs, Thomas Chesnut of Fayette, wero guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ilogie, Sunday. Mrs. James Turner and daughter. Delia Mae, have returned from a several days stay with her brother, Mr. Chas. Durham of Springfield. Mr, Clayton Arnold was recently rendered unconscious by a runaway horse, when he was thrown from the buggy. We are glad to nolo his improved condition. The ladles of the community ore requested to take a lunch next Saturday which will be disposed of at the sale of the J, Ii. Kemper form for the benefit of the lied Cross. Mr. W. D. Marksbury sustains an The life, pick-upower and endurance of the Chandler motor have been a revelation to thousands of experienced motorists. The Chandler motor is mounted in a really great chassis, and Chandler bodies offer an attractive range of choice. p, SIX SPLCNIMD BODY TYPES Sevcn.rasjcnucr Touring Car, SlSOn Paur.l'asscnccr Dispatch Car, Convertible Sedan. S22')S Convertible Coupe, S2I0S Pour-Paueng- Hoadxter. S1S9S Llnwvslne. S289S All prices (, a. l. Cleveland) COME CHOOSE YOUR CHANDLER NOW KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster Phone 66. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO The Central Record. Thursday, May 16, 1918. PRICES SOAR Enter contract now for your ARMY BARRACKS FOR NURSERIES - tn have ini'Med n method for planting ere- .rimi ami ejciasncs. !m.- I'rrnrli surgeon e. Will Plant ws. Octlmlrtle Thcuahl. Ilejulce today, for tomorrow .my be ashes). yen Uncle Pennywlse Says. It Is difficult to il anything for a innn who Is so Irrinrnnt lie ilnesn't know he's tjrnornnt. riiilxlllr Cour Mystery, Tlinc nulni smell dreadful," re innrLul nn old lady. "I rnn't understand how that delirious perfume wns ever rolled "auto of roses." Dragging Tempo. Profiteer "That's Just like those musicians. I hired him by ibe hour, and see how slowly he plays." Punch. Sewing Machine Aid. Tnke n hoard that will lit easily In the machine drawer nnd drive flnlsh-1- 8 nails In It nt regular Intervals hunt two Inrhes npirt. Put jour P"iN nf thread on lhee nails, with ..iiiil.ers up, arranging white thread on one id", colors mi the other nni' s.lks at the back, buildings for the year and Tractor Va. Mule. Than 800 Children Under Ten. SAVE 25 Ten mules enn haul about two torn of material and their work Is llmlteil tn ten hours, hut tho. tractor hauls 23 tons nnd covers n distance of 20 miles at tho same time. Portable Distillery. A French company has cnntrueted n portntile dltlllery to nhtaln extracts from ellhcr wild or cultivated flowers In the regions In which they crow. I CARDS. ( per cent or more. Believe us. "thou shall not iaw," llr hundreds of happy, health children. At the beginning of Ule war the tulldlnra In Hhlrh these kiddles now and lle anil plaj bojra atudjr were barracka for French training to to soldiers. Today tlirse those who are left of them are veterans. Theae h1 modern bulldlnira, barraeka are and they are aet amid beautiful ornery. There are setrral of these croups of barracks srsttrred throuihout France, and all of Uietn hate teen turned Into homea for the nation's liomeleaa children. At one of the barrnck-nursrrlrthere are more than MX) children. Some are babies of a few dnjs old, and the oldest Is not oier ten years. Most of these children are orphans, home few of thera hare mothers who are working In Edits and factories to help France win the war. And these little folks are receiving the flrst Intelligent care of their Mips. Skilled American doctors are In charge of the kitchens and experienced teachers are Instructing those old enough to attend the barrack-schoo- l. The older girls and liojs are being taught useful trailea ss well as the usual cl.isjro.im lessons, and with It all these children are learning the Joy In healthy play. France laid upon us a sacred sen Ice In this -- are of Its children. And how noble has been the reIone of our American lied Crows 1 Within lounil of the ilrrp throated rum of the French flrlns line, cum a tint are reaielrsaljr trlllns the Grr-man- Hervey & Woods As She Understood It Mary's mother wns buylnc snme Office at Ilalney s Livery Stable. changeable !!!!. After the purcliavr Lancaster. Kentucky maile Miry said, "Mntnma, do via they call that hangcnble hecnu.su you can take It hack tomorrow If you want Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. tor Paint Lick, Kentucky. Force of Habit. Kx-- l C 3CKU10 (Just hack from pa I saw this Vro person loitering tril) nlmut under suspicious circumstances and with weaimns lilmllcntlns that 'e eontemplated oinmlttlng n felony so I runs lm In, yer wop-hlpI'nvMng Show. Strictly Up to Dste. The children were pl.rlni nlth their toy nnlmnls. Ittitli brought , her hohliy horse to her sister, asking what to feed him. Ills sister said: "Oh, rem, oats nnd hay." I!utli, not quite satisfied with, the answer, asked: "Shall I pasteurlr-him any?" J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National IJank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Zentuckv. Sow Soy Beans Paint lack, Dr. Printus With Corn. We have a fine lot of Lexington and "Pekin" Soy Beans, New Crop. Sow beans with corn and get a good stand. Gone, and Forgotten. cottage?" "And this tuinbkd-dow"Wns tho home of a poet, lie's dead VETERINARIAN. n now." "The path to tho door Is with weeds." "Yes. It has Calls Answered Promptly Day or been some yrnrs since the postman Night. Phone 317. (i.!t delivering returned manuscripts nt the poet's door." ltlrnilnglinm KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Walker Out of No Man's Land HARRY IRVING GREENE This wonderful letter that I am writing you a miracle letter, I was hurt, badly, but I nm going to get well It happened like this you know I am no' Hllownl to name place or date. No Mau's Ijindl We were raiding It by nlgtt. three of us scouting, prowling. It was as dark as the dungeons of Inferno, but often they snt up signal shells roseate, bursting things that balheil all that eII hind light. When their glare In a blood-reflared over us r had to stand as we were rn light, hand or foot upraised moveless objects In the red clow until the light snuffed out and all waa dark ence more. We reached the German entanglement and began cutting them with our oiled clippers. We were enreful, very careful, but we were not careful enough. They beard us. Oyer enme two bombs. The (hree of us went down In a row. Jack and Tom never knew what hit them. I was hurt too badly to bo ahla to get up. 1 lay there all night groaning culling for help. Twenty feet away I could hear the bochea hi their trench laughing at me, cursing me. Homing I My last. I could endure It no more. I waa dying bleeding. I said my last prayer. And then I Since the duwn of time 1 do not believe the world has seen a more glorious thing. From the hill tops our artillery laid down a box barrage fire and under It, lieuda raised like and shoulders squared, came U men, stretcher bearers. A though they lind been on parade they came forth lu broad daylight Into the very teeth of the enemy and picked op what waa left of Juck. Tom and me. As though we had been their own brothers they tiore us back, swiftly, gently. Then do you know what thosa Huns dfclT Opened lire on Us the dend, the .bearvm of the dead and a man who lay quivering at the threshold of death. Two of the all bearers went down. The other four brought them back along with what waa left of Jack. Tom and me. And when I awoke In the hospital .after the operation, deathly sick but and back from the nUnUnare-lanwith the sunlight upon me, whom do over me, the you think I saw beodlnj red rrods upon her sleeve, babbling, 'laughing, crying, kissing met And I bad never known that abe bad .come over I Bad never got her letter. And vre are here together and I am going to get well. An hour ago she held out her hand, and upoa one noger .was still toe Uttto ring I gave her t left I am going to nave a atone aet la It you know what that oieana. Though somewhat disfigured I am MM 'la the rfcag. JUL And so ss Jane. , Bend Mere Matter of Form. The secretary of the treasury Is not required to Rive a hond, hut tho treasurer of tho United States, n subordinate ofllco of the department. Is required to do so because he Is the custodian of public funds. The treasurer Is required to give n bond of $150.1(10, which Is Insignificant compared with the sums he handles. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Father: W. A. WHEELER HUDSQN.HUGHES&FARH Lancaster, Kentucky. "Wool" From Cork. DENTIST The department of overseas trade has been Informed through n relia- LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. ble channel that n Spanish firm Is Office over Stortr.es Drug Store. manufacturing "wool" from Cork, which. It Is claimed, may with ad- Hours S 12 a.m. 7:30-9p.-1 p.m. vantage he substituted for natural wool In tho manufacture matof tresses, pillows, quilts, etc. This material Is stated to be cleaner and lighter than wool. Hardy Flowering All Over! Hilly nnd his mother had been to the Plants ans Bulbs movies ono afternoon to seo "Jack, the Giant Killer." During supper n aroso between his two oldjr brothers ns to whether they should u or not. Hilly listened nwhllo nnd tlnti spoke up: "There nln't no use you boys talking 'bout coin' to that Jack killed the giant this nfternoon." Making Our Own Indigo. Indigo Is now being nindo from eon tnr In this country. At Midland, Mich. 1,000 pounds of 20 per cent paste are produced dally. All tho tariff hilts of this nation, commencing with thr tariff of March 3. 1SS3, and Incluillnf the tariff of October 3. 1013, nlnce Indigo on tho freo list. Not until September f, 19111, was n bill passed putting n duty on It. It was tho flrM schedule that braved the anger of the Herman dyo uiukers. Popular Science Monthly. For Fall Planting $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulls for fall p'anting POSTI'AID-foro- ily Jl.Pl. Write for particulars and FREE FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. - HARRODSBURG, KY. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Refrigerator WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF NEW ICEBERGS THE BEST REFRIGERATOR MADE. THE NEW ICEBERG WILL PLEASE YOU IN APPEARANCE, QUALITY AND PRICE. The New Iceburg1, as shown here, is guaranteed to give satisfaction. By actual test it preserves food beter and requires at least 3 less ice than any other refrigerator built. We are showing them this season in the White Enamel, Porcelain and Zinc lines; in all sizes ranging in price from $10.00 on up to $50.00. 1-- TREES is tho time to plant jour Orchard, Lnwn ami Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable Now J AMU I Sapp-Slat- on Furniture SUCCESSORS TO A. F. WHEELER FURN1TUKE CO. Co. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Daniel Boone's "Relegan." Iustlnctlrely like answers tho call of like, and perhaps the reuon so trnny of us venerate tho memory of Danlil Iloone, great pioneer, explorer, hunter etc., is free upoiuinquiry. nnd surveyor, Is that wo have a ilml. Inr gift for nicHIng. The Columbl.t Write for free Catalogue. No Agio Mlssourlan reprints the following let) ter, written by Iloone shortly befonj H.F.Killenmeyer & Sons. his death: "All the relegan I have ll to Love and fear God believe In Jesul Lexington, Kentucky, Christ do nil tho good to my uclghhoe nnd my celf that I ran and da as llttld harm as I can help and trust on godj marcy for tho rest." Kansas Cllj) limes. The undersigned hereby tf've warn- ing to all persons not to trespass upon Ancient Sller Coin. A coin which Is regarded as thJ our lands for any purpose whatever ai most ancient lu the world was recvntlj we will prosecute all offenders to ful discovered by nn archaeologist durluJ leat extent of t law. Hunters and. his explorations In North Syria. It If Fishermen especially take notice. b coin of puru stiver, bearing n perl U l'nce R. L. Elkin feet Arameun Inscription of I'unammi Ed & N S. C. Itigsby. liar lterub, king of Schainol, wbe J. C. RiKsby. reigned bOO years II. C. Up to the Mrs. Emma lllgginbotliam. time this coin was unearthed tho L U. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. J dlans had always been regarded tit the Inventors of money, but this ttuO Jamea M, White andjwife. bowed that tho Semitic Arauieuns, Waller UumphreyHKK. I Barker who lived two centuries before tho Li- John Tatum. llians, are the oldest known makers of We will adii.olhcr namei for25 cents' money. Fruit and Shade Trees Small Fruits, Shiubs, Ev3rgreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed Potatoes, Strawberries, POSTE caib. The Central Record, Thursday, May 16. 1918. Blooded Stock Raise Better Stock and Help Win the War. "American Chester" 6860.! COMIIINEl) IIOUSU 4 1918. SEASON 1918 Trivine 5795 Chestnut sorrel. 15 ' Imnds lilfth nr.d n llr.e ii.dlvidtinl He will iimkp the tenson of 1018 nt my Inm 3H ml!s LYst of I.rncnMtr nrd 2!. miles below HyntiHIle nt Star Chester, AT 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, 0470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1918, AT OUR TARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY AND NEAR McCREARY, $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 111 .orrel. four whit f.et. 13.3 hands, four years old and absolutely sound 3lr,l he The.ter Chief 1129. he by Chester Dare 10. Dafti Atr.ericin MM laiifi.. liv American Eaele 1M54. lie by Itex Squirrel 'Jnd. 2033. This lurse pjMejses the style of the Chester D ire family, with RJod bone Ait short back and an attractive looking horse. white points, A hlirh class Jack Ave vears old. aood head, neck and ear. Isrtfe foot and bone with Rood length and broad breast ed. This Jack Is a prompt performer ar.d a sure breeder, and sires a hlfih class type of mu'e nt uniform size. This stock is vo'inir. freh and resdy. They will make the season of.l91S nt my stable six miles from Ll master and three miles from Uryantsville near the Lexington pike on the Rout Ism below lie t orK cnurcn at .iarasuury m HEARNE" "MAJOR standard color, black with TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL we believe we are offering a horse with richer Mood lints than any Saddle Stallion standing nt three times the fee. He has for his sire Champion Ilourbon Star, who won in more classes than nny horse In Kentucky during his show career . Ilourbon Stnr was sired by Ilourbon King, lie by Ilour- $15.00 Tlirivliie 5705, fired by Kex Pcnvinr. 17C0. lie hy Rex Mi Dot-ai8:13, by Rex DcmnniK 840, by CiWcr.i l.'ii.ir.ntK. Dnin, Otilhy Sl'JSO. by Vtidict U'2l. ly (irio Gi kIo 1022, by Squirrel 58. Black Will also nt the same time ntul plnrr statu) my big black J nek The Old Price of $10.00 Each to Insure a LivlnrJ Colt. bon Chief nnd so on down through the Chief family. STAR CHESTER, 0170, by Ilourbon Star, 212, he by Ilourbons Ilourbon King, 1783, he by Ilourbon Chief, 97C. Star's dam Ella Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam was Ermine Dare, SS3.. byN Dare Devil, 1970, by Chester Dare 10. Second dam Daughter, by Chester Dare, 10. You can readily see wc arc offering the blood which is In cur greatest Champion Saddle Horses cf the day. Will also at the same time and place stand two good jacks. (known as the Mark (loins Jack) He Is 15.1 hands hih, (Jood hope nnd head and n number He will make the season at JAKE cut r one Jack. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Lore Inketi to titcvent arei- - Season due if mare is parted with. 47-Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Uryantsville Phone Will also stand a hlch cnide He ford Bull end n large type l'oland China Boar at $1. cash each, with the usual ertum privilege. Bryantsville Exchange. Phone 47-- Chief Napoleon, 5107 will stand at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. $25. for Jennet. Chief Napoleon, 5107, has proven himself to be a good dentsbut not responsible should any FRANK ARNOLD, Jennet Jack. at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure. He is IS 2 Finis Napoleon, MILTON. standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great breeder. A good Registered Pcrcheon Stallion, weight 1550 pounds, has linen He will make the season of 191 S at my place one and one-ha- lf mile from Camp Nelson on the Lexington and hands high, yellow with white points, b'.g bone Robt R Fox, IJute Lancaster, Ky. u And More Honest True iicjpeetablllty. A fxnclous refusal Is better than Having thp imrnsi to live within! ungracious girt respectability. one's means Is Never Lotkj Prosperous. How mil Mnrlimly tell whether or not a Junk xbnp U n failure? and body and fine head nnd ears. As we are standing two good Jacks this year, wc will give the farmcra a chance to breed their stock nt a reasonable low fee. Vi'c retain a lien on all colts until senon money is mi J. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance nrol must be paid at or.ee. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Never. We've noticed one thins. Spontaneous combustion never starts n tire In the kitchen stove. Urounlns's Practical Advice. 'I want to sue for hand. Ilmv nouM you advise ne to "Why not tal:c the case to couitJ" Walker & R. F. D. No. A. D. A ai.d Brarlshaw Midi '. ! ilny keeps the IrWi World. Wsrnlrn to 'mtn to linns In w ! ! irp: .net awajj u. Phones An 3. Lancaster, Ky. JI'l'i Dally Thought. There Is (treat ability In fcnoulni how to concrnl one's ability. I.a , IlochcfoucauM. Dally ThoujSt. Our doubts are traitor and make ns the good we oft mlsht win by loc fearltr; to attempt. Shakespeare. Uncle r'-equeerest Id "I tlwler." said Uncle !" Inirs clt a few v- iuN nfr tryln' to .l Projrestlnj. W.Mower Hefore I niarrleil I couldnt live n dollar; now that I'm married n i my wife Is dead I save almost n'' my salary. Danville pike at $12.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. Will also at same place stand The good big Grey Jack owned by G. B. Brunei', at $10.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. H. G. KING. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. ' ' r; m n "Is !.u he virr-!- n' fault" t'n ilclr ! "'ln." Bless the Child! Bessie went w.Ji her mother to the meat market the other day, nnd. eIns sawdust on the floor. h wh's-rctv"Mamma, does he luilrlur dolls?" Boston Transcript. GREY EAGLE Grey Eagle Is rive years old, 16 hand high and a splendid Percheon type. He Is a dapple grey and built from the ground up. He Is by an Imported horse and his dam and Imported mnre by old Prince. KING iWONROE, 409Q Rtx Jlsck ilia. Brown Sin'on with three white feet 15J hands high, will .weigh 1100 1ounJs. has lonir line r.e.'k, tine heaJ set on Huh nice thin withers. Rood jhort liaik with as Rool n tail as ever was on a horse, ood bone and kooI feet. Hex McDonsM 9U !...( Crlriers Ixamttlc (Van I I 08 O s 41 CD Hes Monroe sou Lea M. I .. bur Din Bltck N,n.rrIM St 63 Taft Napoleon 6296 is 10J4 hands hlfth, stnntlnnl mensure. f Ilertou M.. it I I Oaturt Deaoitrk Sutapter Denmtrk Also O I Lou .H., s -- o Louie Btisktii.ri fDeomtrk LeQrtnd ITIS I J Jr.. lit r I 00 B '1 I PSO 4- i Ortad van Sumptr Deamirk 63 Klecirlc uu Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 Fifty-fou- rllUcliDUmond. Jr. tBUclc tlUmond ! txa r KING MCNHOE has us much stjle ipeed ai d action as any saddle horse livlrjr. It can be seen that thii horse belo.ts to the greatest family of ti e saddle horse being a real Dennur. You can make no mistake Study his pedigree and be convinced. by brerdini; to this hone. He will Ret you faid'e liorits of the highest Every type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. .man should breed his mares and breed them to the best, KING MONROE will make the present season at in) barn at old, five gaited pony. our place, one and a half the Lexington pike, at is pronounced by competent judges finest in his class. and a half Is 15 hands hi!h by the standard. These Jucks are by Hills Napoleon 3rd, 37CG; he by Bnufihtnans inches high, five years Napoleon 235J; by first Norolton 17S0; l:e by Old Nooticn. The dam being Kenttcks EM, 2C4; sl.e hy John Morfun. Sr.. Will make the season 1954 by Marmnduke. by Biue miles from Danville on, Joe Blnckburn 151; 3rd dom Daisy Ribtcn. Kmittky Best, 2nd dam 1215. $10 to insure. This pony Thit hone and these Jacks ill stand at my place rn the lluckeje and to be the Lancaster pike, one mile Sculh of Iluckeye at the same prices: at 1 Insure a Living Colt. two (jood Jacks at $10. for mare colt Danville, Ky. Will also stand and $8. for horse colt. $15. Tu All of the above at ick will makethe waien at my farm pike three miles from Taint I. vk at.d two miles from Hackiey, on John h. Baughman Rowland Peavin Chrttn-.l- t & Son I $8.00 for Horse Colt. $10.00 for Mare Colt. $20.00 for Jennet. Thire Jtckh vie S jtais oU', tct'iil, hiack Mllli while pinvrii to be nuir.htr tie Lirtdtrs. All vaie tukm tu pieent accldir.ts I ut I ot imjuihIi r i,nl wJ in.-- lke ccur Phone 1301, tt.itld the Gillisple miles from Lancaster on Buckeye road at Stallion, Foal.d May 14, 1912. No. 1796, by ilex. McDonald No. 833, by Rex Denmark 840 This well bred and well known show basse will 1st dam Bourboniit No. 9297 (full sitter to Dourbon't Beit) by Hour. bon Chief 976, by llarrlton Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89. make the season of 1913, at my barn at Rich sorre.1 Stallion, foaled 1011; 10 Iintiils high ami w.iijhs 2nd dam Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam by Wilton's King 2197. 1200 pounds. 4th dam Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2S7S. Sired by Golden King, dam Emeral Queer. Rowland Pcavine It a rich chestnut, with star and snlpt stands 15.3 II red by J. Uano Johnson of Mt SUrlit'K- full weight 1100 poundt; tlx yeart old. At you wilt see from the above It h useless to n.ciilloii 1:1s tindii jj hi well Mi vn itIn thU breeding, he hat the blood of the bett ahow hortet Kentucky hat ever pro- community Theie is no letter liti! If you want to raise mares that will sell, or raise the top kind of tie hMrf. Hlft)i-- ' end You thould tee thit horto before booking your I. la ulm.lng cf the mules that bring the extra high price, then breed to Golden Emerald. duced, and it one himtelf. mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a hone at faih. T. L. Yantls, two ionably He will moke the season of 1018 ut the barn of bred at the tmall fee of Champion Road Class and the Clisraplon Breeding Sired by Rex I'eavine K W. ROGERS. 6053. Phone T. O. HILL, 338-G- . Buckeye, Ky. 46158 Golf. Golden Emerald 6327. $20. To Insure a Living h It. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Care tak Money due when colt is foaled or mart traded or parted with. en to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Will make the itaton of 1918 at my ttablo on Eatt Main ttreet. Money due at birth of colt or when mare it parted with or bred to other Places him above any uther harms lirue It. line nnd sell hluli when put on the moiket. ttock. Class at the Kentucky Slate Fair 1 triul ;. 1 i celts ore YANTIS C& EMBRY. J. C. I3ailej, Stanford, KU- - W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 16 1918. 5 STANFORD Miss Mamie Singleton entertain, ed Saturday night with a picture show party in honor of her brother, Wallace Singleton, who was nt home from Camp Sherman. There were six couples and nil enjoyed the time spent with this young hero, who will doubtless be on his way "over there" before many moons wax nnd wane. Much excitement was created here Monday afternoon when it wns reported that a child of J. M. Wright, who lives on the It. G. Brattou fariT., near Hubble, had been fojnd dead on the pike. But the report was not true. The child, who is only sixteen months old, had been given some sugar by its mother and In some way broke the saucer in which the mother had put the sugar and it swallowed a piece of the china, is feared that the little one had which rendered it unconscious. Last reports received were that the child had rallied and was doing nicely. The death of Mrs. Sallie Woods Hoys cast a gloom over this city In which she had lived for many years. Deceased had been in seemingly good health up until a month or so ago and since that time had been on the decline until death came. She will be greatly missed here for none knew her but to love her and much sympathy goes out to her husband, Mr. J. C Hays, who is left to mourn the love of a devoted nnd thoughtful wife. The interment occured in the Buffalo Springs cemetery, after short services at her late residence by Rev. P. L. Bruce, pastor of the Presbyterian church of which she was a devout member. BIG LAND SALE AT AUCTION THE SPLENDID will sell at Public Auction on the premises on Blue Grass Farm of Walter 0. Walker We Wednesday May 22nd, 1918 At 10:30 A. M. THE SPLENDID FARM OF WALTER O.WALKER, SITUATED THREE MILES FROM STANFORD, KY., ON THE SOMERSET PIKE. THIS IS A FINE HEMP, TOBACCO, CORN AND WHEAT LAND. IN HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION. IT CONSISTS OF ABOUT 300 ACRES, OF WHICH 50 ACRES IS IN BOTTOMS. THIS FARM HAS BEEN SUBDIVIDED INTO FIVE TRACTS, AS FOLLOWS: Tract No. 1. 85 0 acres. Has nice four room cottage, large stock and tobacco barn combined, another smaller barn, large double crib, carriage house, new scales, etc. Cistern concrete pool, creek and springs. Good orchard. All this land lays well in high state of cultivation and no better hemp and tobacco land anywhere. Beautiful building site. No. 2. S3 acres. This farm is a dandy. All of it is as rich as a crow ever flew over Beautiful building site. Has large cattle barn, extra large concrete silo and also stud or jack barn. Watered by extra large cistern, large pool, concrete pool fed bv spring, creek etc. u acres, inis larm looks like home. It has a magnificent building site jno. .1. I rignt on pne. All ot it is nrst class hemp, tobacco, corn and wheat land. Well watered and 31-10lo-iu- an meal place to live and maKe money. All three of the above tracts contain some of the bottom land and all three face the Somei set pike, opposite magnificent home of Sam Mathenv. 0 No. A. 3(5 acres. All good land, watered by pond, fine building site and faces the uanuy nine tarm ior tne rignt man. vjuumiuim piKu. HA .lrtl? olt-r- t fnnAO Mn II , I 'if uu IJIM-- w jiiuicu oy ponci ana mostaii in grass hi iiv.v,a uiu iijiiui-uii ALL THESE TRACTS ARE IDEALLY LOCATED. LOOK THEM OVER BEFORE THE SALE. YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THIS LAND TO APPRECIATE WHAT IT REALLY IS It is seldom in a lifetime that you will have an opportunity like this to carve out what you want, in iiciuityu uiib ciubu in aim as ricn as vir.jil.. rrn c cn n v i un oo. Mitii luuuiM u iiuiii ui, ui muv: ami; ii v; un ur m;ls i h ir what it is worth. Your price will be ours. This will be an absolute sale at the high dollar. We iiuiii uncier tne nammer ana you name the figures at iuiu umi iii&u uuivu lu put mis ijpic-nuwhat it shall go. Land is the safest investment in the world. It doesn't rust, decay or get out .. r n n aa n .i i ! a J .a. lilt iu aim yum pupuiauun is increasing rapmiy an tne time and the earth is not stretching one bit. REMEMBER YOUR PRICE IS GOING TO BE OUR PRICE is a rare opportunity to get what you want at the right figures in a fine community on This sood pike, close m and on EASY TERMS. The poor man will have the same chance as the rich. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY BUYING THIS SPRING. You will see land higher this fall than you ever saw it before in your life. Quit working yourself to death for the other man in paying him rent and own your home. Stop and think of the unheard of prices that your farm products are bringing, and still going higher You can soon pay for your farm. And you have the whole world to feed for years to come. On land like this you can allord to go m debt for every foot that you buy and soon pay for it and make 53-10A 1 1 1 ;3 -- .... Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Accy nnd Miss Elizabeth Anderson, spent Sunday In Lancaster, with homefolka. Mrs. Joseph K. Johnson of Pittsburg, Ia., is the truest of her father, Mr. GeorRe P. Bright. .Miss Mary Lynn Fox, who has been in Tccumseh Okln., for several months lins returned home. Mrs. John C. Osborne of Knoxvillc Tenn., is the guest of her sister.s Misses Jennie nnd Charlotte Warren, Mr. M. 1). Elmore who has been confined to his home for several weeks on account of illness, Is able to be out. Dr. E. J. Brown has returned from Philadelphia Pa., where he has been for several weeks receiving a course of lectures. Mr nnd Mrs Zan Murphy and handsome little son, Alexander, of Panama, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George F. DeBortlo. County Clerk G. B. Cooper is thought to be improving, which will be pleasing news to his host of friends both here nnd in the neigh boring counties. Thurman K. Tudor bought last week of Mr. Will Stone, his handsome bungalow on Portman Ave., now occupied by Mr. Stone. The price wns private. Mrs. James A. Bcazley, Misses Mildred and Virginia Bca:ley and Miss Carrie Belle Romans of Lancaster, were here Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Will Hays nnd family. Mr. "Boge" Brown, of Lancaster, was here Monday with his brother, So We've Noticed. Dr. E. J. Brown. His many friends Slany a fellow who Isn't very strong were glad to sec him able to attend-cou- rt carries nround n big opinion of himday here nfter a serious ill- self. Boston Transcript. ness. Woes of Women. Mrs. E. L. Keinhart and little Must be tough on a girl when her daughter, Miss Mary P.uth P.ein-har- t, hair goes out of style, Louisville have returned home from Courier-JournaChillicothc Ohio, where they have been with Harry Keinhart, who is there nt Camp Sherman. The dinner served by the members of the Ited Cross here Monday, county court day, was more than a great success. An elegant dinner was served and something near $700 wns realized. Commencement Week begins SunCf BOURBON POLlTPf CUBE day night with the Baccalaureata down a chick's tbroaw cures sermon at the Christian church by capei, a few drops la the drinking water cares anu Prof. Fortune, of Lexington. The prevents cholera, diarrhoea and otherchlck dlteane. One commencement exercises will be We bottle raa! I eallont of held Wednesday nt the opera house. medicine At all irugltta. Sample and booklet on "Pli-eainThere nre twenty-fiv- e graduates. KowH" sent FltEE. The entire week will be taken up Baurbon Remedy Co. Ltii,', t; with school entertainments. Haselden Brothers. . w a 1 a 1 - 11 1 INVEST IN HUMANITY By JOHN OLIVER LA GORCE Associate Editor, Natieaal Qeographte Magazine. bio-mone- This too late. REMEMBER THE DATE AND HOUR WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1918, AT 10-3THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE AND YOU MAKE THE PRICE. AM The Hustonville Red Cross will furnish the dinner. Col. Boliver Bond on the block Free cash prizes and music. This will be the BIG SALE of the SEASON. We will be triad to show you this proposition any time. For blue print and full particulars call at the office of is 0 WATCH FARM LANDS INCREASE IN VALUE. golden opportunity ot your life to make money. ACT before it is everlastingly the HU6IIES w moo writs Dally Thought. I'Mililt'iKV tins kIvcii alwp ai n riiRii-ns:i,ii- i enrra of life. Vultnlrv. B i j Stanford, 152 Kentucky. 184. The fearful unbelief la unbelief In Ur r ICE PHONE 180; HOME PHONES AND 1? This fifty year oM remedy cmi Soro uiunwin, inroats ami iiruniiiui uotht-s- , he.ils ami gives quirk rtliV. I fr hop., nnj the tunny I Daily T.'sucht. man ulm ii1n ujihii ncilnj wlih pcrfi-c- t cl nnu"in lu fmi- - it. ijp. IUo never dcli)i'H. AiuleC Journal. Tli Cleina the Flower V.i'e Tea li'inen inilti'iil wltli vliieir irlll reimivo tlu illsinlorntloa In a sIhm cnutiil by flowers. for Coughs s Colds A vigorous Stomach, nrrfect working Liver and regular actios llor!, il you will use Dr. King's New U(e Wis. have a They correct Conulpatlon tonic effect on the system Ura!nate poisons through the UowcU. KttpyoarStoascaaoaLiwllcaltor - Georgian Doctor Human Uencfactor. rerhaps itn urrnttut trlmnpli f American lueillent elenet una tint emery of niiueathealii. which made inntlern auri-erpoa.tlhle. A nuinher of iiyalclnii clnlmed the priority In Hit pirat iletelnpnieiit, but In latte' year the rretllt lim utually been given to Dr. UrauforJ V. Lone, n flisirirta country doctor, ulm received lilt medl-m- l education at tlio Unlrerlty of tl. lYnnlvnn!a. Beyond Hope. qunrreieti with youi "Yos. I f,.nr f, n ovor. Defiant Childhood. It wnuhl he Interestlue to know lion "IWt Klvo up ao enslly. Call her ot far the ertmnelne linhlt of children II in- - teiepnnne." -- fs no use. She use relnttM to llu ronilmtlvo Instinct. A to know who I wns h ranmeut I anld ... il... .ow sue positively refuses tt chlltl protrudes Its tnneue and con torts Its features In older. It would revoenlzr- - my voice." lllrrulnehaa teem, to exprens dUIIko nnd tletlanco. Ilnrry Campbell In thu Ijincet Good Way to Preserve Potatoes. The natives of tho Ande have a Fln Paint Made From Tar. method of preservlne potatoes, which The Itevuo do Chliuto Industrlella cutiidiu of alternate freexlne and thaw-ln- g notes that a brllllnnt black paint until all the moisture Is removed. which drtca well nnd la far superior Thn. resultlne protluct la known as to mineral mrnlh may be nindo by chunu, and It can be stored for months tnlilue equal parts of coal tar with and even years, with fear of deteribenzine or coal oil. Spreod thinly with oration. Tressed Into little bullet-shape- d n hard brush. It penetrates the wood, pieces, chunu Is universally ofwhich It preserves from decay, and It fered for sale In the market, and la one adheres well to metals, at the same of the chief foods ot the uaUv Uuiu preventing I hem from nistlne. fiancee?" Let the Other Fellow Do If. li not npceiioiir.r tit Imtc n mnn lire Clni: In nclif " iiM firntult.n inllrKer. "Let liliu tin the liatlu i iui(i iu ruiuo nun. lr van yt e. j.iuio come unto me," the compassionate Chrhrt. But never dnee He dwelt in flesh upon the earth hare there been so many "Little Children" in need of compassion as now. ( There are the "Little Children" who have gone to France for you and me and for Christendom and by going have given their all. Can you do Jess? Shall you keep from your boy or your neighbor's boy that which is symbolic of the Compassionate One by neglecting the call of the Red Cross Mother? Then there are the uncounted "Little Children" of our allies who have fallen wounded and ill in defense of their home fires. Who but the Red Cross Mother can know the suffering, the anguish, of the shell-torn soldier who lies upon the ghostly bed of No Man's Land? Will you deny him ' cup? the Think also of the "Little Children" of devastated lands. Some are "Little Children" in size and tender years. Others, alas, are mature in stature and age, but none the less "Little Children" in their helplessness their abject need. Can we in our plenty with- -, hold from them the bare bread of existence? Can we still our inner voice with the thought that others will bear our burden, when in our heart we must know that there are no others? The Red Cross helps no one who does not need help a hundred times more than we need the money. Therefore, let us give, give until we feel it, give until it pinches. Then and only then we shall know that we have indeed offered the "Little Children" of the war the tender compassion of a nation. de-dar- ed n, thirst-strickelife-givi- "OUFFER little Children to What the Italian Premier Thinks of the American Red Cross When the Autrlaaa last October rented the Italian Army by trickery aad drove before them half a mluaoo retosMo, the part which the American Red Croaa played In this stupendous tnsedy will go down. In the history of Italy and the world a one of the moat saacslacent dashes ot relief work that aaa ever come to llfhL liaten to what the Italian Premier aid at this work In his address at the opto ki of Parliament earty last December: "Our aeul la sUrred aysla with ap preciation and with idmimin magnificent dash with which the Amer ican nexi uvea naa brought ua powerful aid In oar recent miafitrtsne. We attribute great vulue to the which wtH be given us against the rotumoa eoemv br tha acUvlty and by the exuberant and coo- weui ium womd are pfutlar to tha American people." And thla. mind von. n nni over a month after the American Raw ureas made IU triumphant Italy I e. mii. The Central Record, Thursday, May 16. 1918. MONSTER RED CROSS Mk M Jl! seas I W I Kan 1 to &j , To be held at the Lancaster High School Building, unday Evening May 19th, Distinguished Speakers. Delightful Musical Program. If you fail to attend this meeting you will regret it always. Come hear of the the GREAT RED CROSS SOCIETY. No contribution will be asked for at this meeting. loyalty nnd integrity. Our country is facing a stupendous task and needs to come to this incorporated, $1.00 a year. work united In sentiment and deterssued Weekly. No such disturbing facmination. E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. tors as partisan politics should be R.L. ELKIN. Local Eilitnr and Mr. permitted to interfere with our unity of action or take from our full During the past year tnt'rrd it the Toil Offlte In Luneii.tfr. Kj.. efficiency. ft M.ll Matter. we have almost lost sight of politics, and it might be the best thing we Member Kentucky Press Association cculd do if we continue blind to its sad lure. Eighth District Publishers League. It wouldn't be a bad idea to put every man on his war record and let May 16. 1918 Lancaster. Kr., him stand or fall by it The Central Record BETHLEHFM. According to Tuesday's Courier Mr. R. II. Tomlinson received the sad news of the death of his sister. Journal, in a message from Wash From Bethlehem u youthful Br.t-is- h Mrs. Thomas L. Mudd, who died at ington two calls will br made by soldier wr les her home in Kansas City, Mo., last the Local Board for seventy-on- e "I am on guard at present, an I it Sunday night. Mrs. Mudd was for men to be within the next ten days. is a great honor. I tan tell you, thst &coa3-CUof The first 35 of these men will en I merly Mii Kmma Tomlinson, am guarding the liirtiiplnr.- - and this county, but has lived in Mis train for Fort Thomas about May manger of our Lord It is a won20th, and 36 men will mobilise In the interest of world demo souri since leaving Danville about place and ! never thought Mr. about May 25th. for entrainment derful ago. Besides cracy we must protest against the twenty years The list when I ured to rend about it that disposition in some quarters to urge Tomlinson, she leaves two sisters, to Camp Zachary Taylor. one day I should stand nnd guard Japanese intervention in Russia. Mrs. Ross C. Adams, and Mrs. Mel-vi- n published in the last issue of the it. The birthplace is market! by Record will be sent to Fort Thomas Harris, of Lexington. The wish is expressed by come in fourteen-pointed slhcr star, preThe remains arc expected to ar- those rcma'ning after this quota is this country that Japan should sented by the French Government. at which filled will be sent to Camp Taylor, The throw her armies into Russia and, rive in Danville to-dstable is hung with lumps from Rates For Political Announcements We paid out some Red Cross following regiswc suppose, destroy what little there place the interment will take place. together will the all different countries, ami they look For Precinct and Citv Offices ... 5.00 money a while back. We paid it trants who are within the call. is of democracy in that bleeding por County Offices 10.00 out and forgot it. That's how much country. Japan should stay out. Leonard II. Scott, Iluena Vista 808 beautiful; and, I might add, the FORTY-THRE- E PUPILS Tho manger ItFor State and District Offices.... 15.00 it hurt. Perhaps it would be a good 181 are always alight. Wm. II. Layton, I.ancaitcr, Japan is by far removed from demo.10 idea to have a look at what that For Calls, per line 1S7 self is cut in natural rock, but marR. 1, cracy, herself, as ever Russia was, Take Eiamiealion For Common School Walter Crouchcr, For Cards, per line .10 money has been doing. J. Bertram Drown, Pain Lick, 105 ble has been put in to keep it in a Diplomas. now when the latter is strugFor all publications in the interThat money went, dollar for do! and 830 good state of preservation." Robert Ogg, Kgypt. .Miss., gling toward the light, even though est of individuals or expreslar, where it did a full day's work, feebly, One of the largest classes ever Curtis D. Sadler. Bryantsville. 80 peoit is the part of all free sion of individual views, per no matter for what it was appro .116 ples to give her the helping hand. taking the examination for Common Willie Graham, Bryantsville SUN BROTHERS SHOWS line priated. SCO government has expressed great School Diplomas has just been com- Dillard Simpson, Lan. R. 3, Obituaries, per line of It may have 1 ad Our Three cents 427 pleted under the supervision of Philip T. Ison, Itucna Vista, with Russia in her efforts the honor of disinfecting with iodine sympathy 666 IN LANCASTER NEXT WEEK. freedom, and though her County Supcrintendant, Miss Jen- Wm. H. Pence, Lancaster. the three tom wounds of an Ameri toward leave Eugene J. Bradshnw, Lan. R. 3, 40 nie Higgins. Is Now on what termed their much to be desired, When President Wilson asked can soldier on the French front. Or leaders This number of pupils who will Raymond Mays, Buena Viitn. 572 Jubilee Year and Tour, the Congress to declare a state of it may have had the less noble res- they are the best who have yet aris enter the High Schools of the coun- Tom Christopher, Cp. Nelson. 157 twenty-fift- h the Sun Urothcrs' World's Progreswar with Germany, with the excep- ponsibility of pinning a warm flan- en. Given time and encouragement, ty at the next term of school speaks James II. Brown, Paint Lick, 114 sive Shows are coming back to tan-cast- er she may develop better leaders and a tion of a very few exceptions the nel belly-ban- d around six year old 523 ami will give two perform better system, and may yet emerge well for the educational interests of George C. Lake, Paint Lick, response was immediate and empha Antoine out back of Noyon. 742 ances Friday May 24th. Russia the county. The tuition of these pu- Robert F. Ralston, PL Lick, a pretty fair democracy. tic. Party lines disappeared as if There's the whole path of ruin 354 pils are paid by the county, until Homer Humphrey, Bourne, to state It is hardly necessary by magic and nil were Americans from Belgium to Switzerland, just should be encouraged. they complete the full four years Willie Johnson, Stanford. R. 4. 445 here that this tented show is alright, first, last and all the time. And to visualize one thing at a time. course if they decide to continue Clarence F. Duddcrar. Gilberts 257 for tne reason that our citizens since that date the same state of co- If your Red Cross money went there Joe Plummer, Paint Lick, 702 know, that it is all right and besides their studies. VOLUNTARP CALL hesion has continued, Democrats, it very likely provided pots nnd pans, Hnrdin Davis, Lancaster, It. 3, 232 it . simon pure, nil clean and resRepublicans, Prohibitionists food and clothes, beds and blankets Charlie Poynter, Richmond, R. 3 694 pectable. MEN. FOR SPEC!AUYQUALIF1ED FLORIDA EXCURSION Progressives vicing in their loyalty for the repatriated people. Three Sam Carroll, Paint Lick, 198 The advance printing matter statto the Administration, until from the years ago these people were prosper Fletcher Scott, Iluena Vista, 801 es that the programme for presentaThe Local .Exemption Board is in Under Auspices Of Geo. II. Fanl Co. proceedings in the two houses of ous and contented, I Hprliort V Illltil llrvnntivlltn ". tion is absolutely nil new for this receipt of the following from Mnj. Congress one would be at a loss to steady, saving, wiose rcmcmocring tne extreme everySimp,on Lancaster R. 3. 84C season, not one old feature lxing Henry P. Rhodes, chief of tho Se- com tell who were Democrats and who day small-tow- n me past, in citizens. 398 retained. The succeu of this noted Service Department u t i",itt.k, ... . i. n,i,nti winter to. I i.urila Hunt - Cartersvillc. lective were not. Now they have the "earth under Frankfort, for specially 'j veta rnce, Lancaster. .. 1. 662 tenteil aggregation hns been realizI. qualified This unanimity of action evidenin the excursion to Florida on Junel jcn iryor Jjurgin them and the sky over them", not 074 ed by presenting the American peo ced a fine spirit of loyalty and aug- one thing else, and it is for you to men under the following calls: 4th, under the auspices of the Geo. i:.ther Irvin. tjinrii.lor It fl 111 pie a tented show entirely free from CALL 500, for railroad firemen, urs well for the Administration's say whether the American oi wnicn .Hiss Charles It. O. Ison. Iluena VMn. 425 every Red brakemen, and conductors, to re- ii. raui i,omrany, by keeping form of graft; backing for the time ahead of us. Cross shall stop its mercy work port to headquarters at Washington .nnie iiene uurnsiuo is tne state ii.i,M..t1. ,. n fni! 176 every promise made in the matter, But next fall the general elections among these unfortunates. representative. I Ashford Klllion, Lancaster, 453 of exhibitions, I). C. and by treating are coming on, and many members The date of the trip is set at this The Red Cross is yours, just as i.cdford, Paint Lick, 483 those who visit these' exhibitions CALL 539, for hostlers and stable time, which will be compelled to contest before our army and navy are yours j yours is the most favorable jlim Baclt Lancaster, 77 with the utmost courtesy and resthe people for their seats In that to support with the same fervor and men, to report at Camp Lee, Peters- nine ior ir.e larmers, being i.c- - Sam r.oni;, Bradshaw .Mill. 521 pect. burg, Vn. It is this manner of treatbody. iwcen wic planting anil plowing James Marshbanks, loyalty that led you to the bottom Lancaster, 614 ment which often causes one to feel CALL 541, for twenty-fiv- e mule season. There is now coming to bo a large of your purse for Liberty Bond subJoe I. Cox, Marrellus, 100 more guest than patron when he sentiment throughout the country scriptions. It's for your voice to say packers, to report to commanding This productivo land lies on the Luther W. Brinkley, 11. Vista, 59 visits the Sun Brother's Shows. that in the coming elections wc as a whether your Red Cross, now asking officer at Jacksonville, Fla. west coast of Florida, near Pensu Jesse A. Simpson, 869 Judson, Many of their rival showmen who The above calls are for white men coin people consent to drop for a time fcr one hundred million and is peculiarly adapted for dollars, When these men are notified to countenanced the old time confidour propensity for politics and re- shall falter or sweep onward, great- only, tho following two calls arc grazing, and raising splendid corn, report, it is important that they ence ninn, the shell worker, the for. only. turn these same men to the national er and more helpful than ever for colored men brick-layerto say nothing of the delightful bring their final classification cards, tuno teller, tho short chnnger nnd Call 533, for to re climate. capital on their records. It is before. No. 1007, with them. port to commanding officer at Avhv other forms of graft, mndo tho as pointed out that Franco has proroThe crops there at this time arc Your dollars must answer. Camp, sertion, that the show could not live' tlon Mobilization Fort a month in advance of the crops in gued her elections and continues in Wayne, Michigan. without adjuncts of that kind, and harness the men who have been Kentucky and by going at this time also sneering!)' referred to tho Sun CALL 538, for ten carpenters and The bare fact that President Wil bearing the brunt of the war legisone can see for himself Just what News Of The Churches. , Brothers' Shows its "that Sunday lation. This is done from various son has asked Congress for authority helpers-- to report to commanding this land will produce. The rate reasons, principal of which Is that to raiso an army of four millions of officer Signal Corps, Aviation Mob- on this trip will bo very reasonable Regular services at the Methodist School Show." Kver since Its inception twenty- there may be no suspicion of dis- men, should striko soma people in ilization Cnmp, Fort Wayne, Mich. indeed and those interested should Church next Sunday morning, but five years ago, the Men may volunteer until May 20, Sun Urothcrs satisfaction with her legislators that this country with n severe jolt. "Oh, call on Miss Burnside, for full par no services nt night on account of might give encouragement to the it will soon be over," or "I hope it and the Local Board will immediate ticulars as to rates. the Red Cross Meeting at the school have been deadly foes to anything character nnd will soon end", has been the burden ly notify the proper authorities on enemy. Auditorium. F.vory body should of a demoralizing have kept their shows intact and It will certainly detract from the of the song of the would-b- e slacker. receiving any voluntary enlistment attend this Red Cross meeting, free from It, and today it is tho only efficiency of the Congress if uny With it he attempts to get by In his in any of the above branches. Local RED CROSS BAN ChilJr.n'H Day, show of its slzo in America that can large number of its members arc pitiful evasion of the calls of Ills Boards are instructed to notify the The Children's Day NER GOES UP. which were held at the exercises successfully "repeat" each season forced to make a fight for their os government for the unstinted sup- department at Frankfort, the numMethodist Jtions. It would be u graceful act port of loyal son. President Wilson ber of men registered who possess A beautiful Red Cross banner Church last Sunday at the eleven town for town, Thcamuscmcnt goin tho Lexington o'clock hour were quite u success. ing people have confidence of the American people if in the would never call for such an nrmy any of tho above qualifications and was stretched across coming election each man who has had he the least hope that tho end unless the calls arc filled by volun- street, near the Women's Club room The exercises consisted of songs, show, because of tho new nnd origiby May 20th., tho Boards will yesterday, We have been insured teers stood staunchly at his post un t up- was in sight. Tho banner was made recitations, readings, drills and solos nal performances each succeeding held the honor of his country, were by the Allied leaders that our be notified to furnish sufficient num by .Mrs. F. I. Frisbie, Mrs. F. II. all of which were rendered remark- season, nndalwuys of tho very best. Marksbury, Mrs. J. J, Walker, Jr., ably well by the boys and girls of Its great cleanliness and the honest, to be given his election again ns a strength must bo thrown lnt the ber of men to fill these calls. The Board is instructed to exam- and Mrs. W, A. Farnau. Tho Club the Sunday mark of confidence tendered him by fray before victory can even l hopSchool. An attentive courtesy and fair treatment given his constituents. Whether he be of ed for. And with the calling of this ine all questionnaires and notify has kindly offered the uso of its audience heard these exercises and to all who visit their shows or do one party or the other, for his elec- immense force, the companion call the department of any men In Class rooms for business headquarters of showed their appreciation by an of- - business with them. At noon-tim- e preceding tin aftertion to be conceded by the opposite will go out for (hose, left at home to 1 or Class 2, division "D" or Class the Red Cross for the coming week lerlng of over twelve dollars. The party would constitute one of the sustain these armies in the field. 3, division "K" or "L" who possess and will have ladies on hand each committee who trained these chil- noon performance, n number of above highly original free outside shows named. day to tell visitors about the great dren deserve special finest displays of loyalty and fidelity Our sons, our brothers, husbanls such qualifications credit. imaginable. It would say to our and fathers are going "over there". Men will be entrained under these work that is being done by this This Sunday School Is always well will be presented to the public, all our representatives Mark well the man or tho woman calls on June 1st. great organization. All are wel attended and well conducted. Mem-ber- s taking place on the show grounds .enemies that have faithfully voiced our senti- who seeks by any pretext to escape come. Come and get leaflets telling of the church who do not at- and absolutely free to the public. A "Dodfar" Is a man whs rsfusss about the work of the Red Cross at tend ments In their every act, and that his or her just share of responsibility and bring their children with Civ ta lh Rd Cross. HI to tr Red Cross. home and abroad. we have Implicit confidence In their for their support. Yes, ti e hour has to civ them are missing a great deal. ( will do you food. arrived when we must include the women in this grave responsibility. No one who can by any possible means contribute has now the right to lag behind. Slothfulncss, inac tivity, wastefulness, idleness, must be obsolete words in the vocabulary of Americans until our boys shall have forever put to rest that nccur ed nightmare of Prussianism DEATH Ends Life Of Mrs. Emma Tomlinson MuddiSevenly-One ANOTHER CALL SAVIOR'S GUARDED BY MANGER BRITON AT Men To Molifce Next Week. YOUNG and .."! ... ,,,, fr!y frly The Central Record, Thursday, May !6, 1918. I! tlon City, returned home 7 lat week. Mr. Sam Cotton Mr. Smiley Hill In Louisville several days last week. Mr. F. A. Kelly, of Howling Crecn was the guest of Miss Dolly Miller. Sunday. w. UanvI"c' M,n,h sat u visitor In Mrs. B. C. Itosc, of Bryantsvllle. Is visiting relative and friends in Indianapolis t this week. jjof . Mrs. J. W. Elmore, and daughter, i Miss Mary, nnd Miss Delia Tinder, Mr. J. J. Ashcr, of Kwing, Ky., was the guest of Miss Emma Wal-- , spent the week nl in Louisville. ' I'M, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Spclth have Mrs. K. S. Fryc of Louisville, has! returned from a very delightful visbeen the guest of Miss Minni, it with relatives In Louisville. I Brown this week. Mrs. Robert GotT arrived Sund.iv for a several weeks stay with her Sir. B. P. Jonss, wife ;tnd child rcn parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bastin. Klrksvlllc, Men and Women of America! "O, you must you must give more!" The Red Cross N'ursc! Her spirit is calling Glorious product of the war! to you from bleeding France. She knows they 3 She sees the coming millions of American manhood! must suffer even as their brothers in arms have suffered. Strgt. Robert Walter arrived Tuesday 'rom Camp Shelby, to be Mrs. C. A. Robinson spent last with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Thursday in Nlcholasville the guest Walter. of her son, .Mr. Currcy Robimwn and Dr. B. F. Walter af Mount Verwife. non is here thla week to sec his son, .Mr. ami Mrs. J. L. Senford and who came up from Camp Shelby, family, spent Sunday with Mr. and Tuesday. Mrs. Itobcrt Griggs on the Buckeye week-en- d with Miss Annie Belle pike. They attended the Red Burnside. rtTi. tt. i. West has returned Cross dance at Richmond, last Friaftsr a weeks stay in Lexington, the day night. guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Mrs. C. I. Morgan and two littls Embry. daughters, Xathcrinc nnd Ruby, .Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. N'oe and have returntd from a visit to Mr. children pent Tiursdny night with and Mrs. M. Wides, in Richmond. Mr. and .Mrs. R. II. Ward in the Mr. Wallace .CottGn, who has a country, good positien in Akron Ohio, is at Mrs. .1. A. Amon and Mies I.ida home for a few dnja with his parnancy attended the State Christian ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton. Endeavor convention at Covlnctcn Miss Stella Sanders, who is atInst week. tending Business College, in Louis! Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and ville, is at home for a visit to her daughter, Miss Elsie, tper.t Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Li remitting for the Record for D. Brown. another year, Mr. W. V. Currcy, of Mr and Mrs. A. B. Brown cntcr- - Coflfeyville Kansas, asked to be retir.ed at a dinner on Sunday, hav- membered to all his Garrard couning forty children and grand-chil-- I ty friends. Will has been away Jren present. many years now and his friends are wondering if it isn't about time he J Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Xorris and was making his old "home town"-- n children, and Mr. Wninscott of Frankfort, were the guests of Mrs. short visit. day of Ills mothtr, Mrs. Mary Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ilaselden, and daughter, Miss Jane, Mr. and Mrs. and Mlses Eulla Montgomery G. Cra Bryant, and Mr. Walter Bry- John Ross, Mr. and Mrs.J. Sam Mr. R. son ant, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilaselden ami Mrs. H. V. Bastin, .Mr. J. W. '.1. D. Lee, Sunday. Sweeney and daughter, Martha Mr. R. II. Batson, who has been Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Burnside, !n Stanford under treatment of Dr. Messrs Will Rogers, W. 0. RIgney, Ccrpcntcr, was able to spend Sun- Holbert Bastin, and Dr. W. A. day with homcfolks. Wheeler nttonded the Knight Templar Conclave, in. Danville, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith re- night. turned to their home in Blooming-toHI., after a pleasant visit to Mrs. D. M. lackey has just re Mr. nnd Mrs. Davis Sutton. ceived a card from Mrs. George Mrs. W. 0. Goodloc left Friday Phelps of Richmond, on her return night for Ashville N. C. where she yesterday from Camp Green, South will visit her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Carolina, in company of Mrs. Mary Barrett Ratcliffe, of Sharpsburg, Ramsey, for several weeks. were the guestt Sun-- 1 f: EM Ross last wee!:. She knows you arc willing to help, but oh she is so afraid that you simply can't realize the appalling need for Red Cross aid. and the necessity for you to sacrifice and give and give and give till it hurts! American Red Cross nurses by the thousands ; French, British, Italian Red Cross nurses by the tens of thousands all are there giving thcit strength, their health, their lives. The least you can do is to have your money there nursing and ing broken men, and helping poor, starving, Iwmclcss little kiddies. Your first Red Cross contribution much? was there in time say- and NOW how "Oh you must you MUST give more," says the spirit of the Red Cross nurse glorious, unselfish product of the war. In millions of loyal American homes women are going to make some definite sacrifices, and pledge to Red Cross the equivalent of several days' household expenses during June. July, August and September, and this in addition to the male subscription in the house. Arc you going to be one of those women? Can you be any other kind of a woman in this our country' gravest crisis? Ky, the two si3tcrs of Miss Mar- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ward and sons garetta Smith, who is there with t'ie Harold and J. I., spent the week-en- d Barrow hospital unit. She leaves in Paint Lick the guests of her par- about 23 inst., for Xcw York, sailing for France as Red Cross nurse ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lcdford. on the 25th. Miss Marg.trctti was Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams und well in spirit and physical', anxious Mr. M. J. Adams of Pikeville spent to bo doing her "bit". Sunday with their sister, Mrs. A. B. Brown on the Stanford pike. Mrs. Dora Miller entertained at Sunday Those prescnv were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leek and Mr. and .Mrs. Tom McMillian. What Will You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May 20-2- 7 $100,000,000 dinner, must be raised in America in one week To Help Win The War This Sweeney Miss Martha Ward spont the week-en- d in Louisville ami attended a house party given by Judge and Mrs. Homer Bntson. Miss Carrij Reid, returned last night after a very delightful visit Mrs. s with her sirUr, of ten William W. White. In InJiai b kV. : Itcv. J. R. Moorman is in Lebanon this week, stirring up interest in the Men and Millions Movement in that city. He expects to return today. Mr. A. B. Brown celebrated his birthday May 3rd. guests presThere were thirty-tw- o ent, and each child was presented with a lucrative check. sixty-fourt- h Space is Patriotically Donated by S J. E. DICKERSON. and THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY. j macaeHarrTTTifttrjB HISS HAYS HONORED. The Publisher's Auxiliary, in its issue of May 4th., ha) the following to say of Miss Emma Hays, recently named cs Assistant Postmaster at Stanford. It also carried the nbovo picture, which is only a fair likeness of this popular young lady. "One of tho most competent newspaper women in Kentucky was honored by the appointment as as sistant postmaster of Stanford when Miss Emma Hays of the Interior Journal stair was named for that important position by Congressman Helm recently, Miss Hays has been with tho Journal for six years and has made a splendid record during that time. She had complete charge of all departments while Its former owner, S. M.Saufley, was In the state legis lature. In addition to being a good writer and news gatherer, she is a first class compositor and an newspaper woman of the high est class. Her acceptance of the assistant postmastership was a distinct loss to the raper, but was a very popular appointment with the, , people of the entire community. , Two Horse Corn Drills and John Deere Gossip About Cultivators S50 Each People vvv A 850,00 Oliver John Deere Mowers $77.50, Malta Double Shovels $4.75. Disk Harrows $50.00 Smoothing Harrows $23. House Pnlnt $.1.00 per gallon, Notional Fence 4. foot, GOe rod. American I I Friends will regret to hear of the critical illness of Mrs. Malinda Cotton, who remains quite sick at her Mrs. James B. Klnnaird is in home on Richmond street, and fears Louisville, visiting her son, Lieut. for her rlnal recovery are doubted. Virgil Kinnaird and wife. and Mrs. J. It. Ilaselden. Stanford, spent Sunday with .Mr. JGoinji r.ritl Msntlon ol th Comlnu tnd by Thou Wt Arc Intirtittd In. J. R, MOUNT cS: CO. Mr. Ernest Hudson, of Danville, was a visitor in Lancaster, Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Chcsnut of Lexington, was a visitor in Lancaster, Monday, S. HATFIEbD, Dentist. PHONES J 1 nes trip Friday. Mr, Sam Ilaselden made n busi. to Cincinnati, last week, Mesdames Robert Todd and J. E. Robinson, were visitors in Stanford Mesdames Sam Ilaselden, J, It. Ilaselden and Ross Bastin, were in Danville, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore of Madison, are the guests this week of Mr and Mrs. L. J, Sanford. i Office 6. Residence 37C Lancaster, KjJ. Mr. and Mrs. Harry AlJridge of Mesdames Will Thomas, W. A. Mesdames Sam Ilaselden, Ed C. Gantleld, J. Q. A. .McDowell and C. Gaines and S. F. Hughes were visit' R. Anderson, of Danville, were the ors In Lexington, last week. guests of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbio for tho Missionary Meeting, and all Mr. Allen Johnson who has been made some very interesting talks. in Chicago, for somo time is visiting his mother, Mrs. Lula Johnson. President Wilson it the head of the American Red Cross Society! Misj Flornce Johnson of Statu lie has stated repeatedly that its week-en- d University, spent the with work 'is vitally essential to the win- her mother, Mrs. Lula Johnson. nine of the war. Give freely to the Mr. and Mrs. Llgo Ford and .little Red Cross. son, James Kinnaird, spent Sunday Miss Gladys Frisblc was hostess with Dr. und Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. at a "Farewell Party" on last SatMr. Emily Prewitt of Nina is urday evening, May 1 1th., in honor the guest of her daughter, Mrs. of Messrs Wade Walker, Joe Kav- anaugh und Gluss Currier, who left Mary Jones, on Ilaselden Heights. Sunday for Louisville, where they Mr. and Mrj. Cronley Broaddus will enlist in the marines. and little daughter, Hazel, spent Miss Marie and Mr. William Sunday at Coy, and attended church. Sympson, and their mother, Mrs: Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbotham who Frank Sympson, motored Keep the change and buy ft from has been visiting her sister in June- - their Bardstown home and spent the tamp with It. thrift t fhe Central Record. Thursday, SYNOPSIS. or the news of the CIIAPTEn inking of the Lusttanla by German submarine, Arthur Our Emr-ey- , as American, leaves his office tn Jersey City and Kngland where he enlist In the to fter a period of train, lng. Kmpey volunteers for Immediate serr-Ir- e and noon finds himself In rest bllleta 'somewhere In France," where he first makes the acquaintance of the "cooties." rer attends Ms first CltAITEn ehurrh services at the front while a German Fokker circles over the congregation. command goes CHAPTER Into the front-lin- e trenches and Is under lire for the first time. May 16, 1918. CHAPTER V. Mud, Rats and Shells. I must have slept for two or three hours, not tho refreshing kind that results from clenn sheets nnd soft pillows, but the sleep that conies from cold, wet and sheer exhaustion. Suddenly, the enrth seemed lo shake and n thunderclap burst In my ears. I opened my eyes I was splashed all over with sticky mud, nnd men were picking themselves up from the bottom of the trench. The paraH-- t on my left hnd toppled Into the trench, completely blocking It with n wall of tosxed-uearth. The man on my left lay still. I rubbed the mud from my face, nnd an awful sight met my gate his head wns smashed to n pulp, nnd his steel helmet wns full of bruins nnd blood, A Herman "Minnie" (trench mortnr) tint) exploded In the next traverse. Men were digging Into the soft mass of mud In n frenxy of bnste. Stretcher-heaers ramp up the trench on the double. After a few minutes of digging, three still, muddy forms on stretchers were carried down the communication they would trench to the rear. be resting "somewhere In France." with a little wooilen cross 01 er their bends. They had done their bit for king nnd country, bud died without tiring n shot, but their services were appreciated, nevertheless. on, I found out their names. They belonged to our draft. I wus dated nnd motionless. Suddenly a shmel was pushed Into my hnnds, and a rough but kindly vulre a days on the wheel, that Is, days' field punhe received twenty-on- o ishment No. 1, or "crucifixion," as Tommy terms It. This consists of being spronil-caglcon tho wheel of n limber two hours a days, regardless of day for twenty-on- e the weather. During this period, your rations consist of bully beef, biscuits and water. A few months later I met this sentry nnd he confided to mo that since being "crucified." he had never fulled to pass the word down the trench when hu ordered. In view of the offense, the above punishment wns very light. In that falling to pass tho word down 11 trench may menu the loss of many Hies, nnd the spoiling of some Important enterprise In No Man's lamt. j foe army. CHAITEn pey volunteers for CHAPTER machine gun service and goes back Into trenches. the front-lin- e again goes CHAPTER XXI-Ernwhich cost his "over the top" In a charge wounded. company II killed and 11 with a machine CHAPTER XXII-Trl- ck gun silences one bothersome Frits. attack, preCHAPTER XXIH-lerm- an repulsed. ceded by gas wave, Is XXlV-Em- pey Is forced to CHAPTER take part In an execution as a member of the firing squad. prepare for CHAPTER XXV-nrll- lsh tho Ills; Push the battle of the Somme. XXVI-- In a trench raid, CHAPTER preceding the Dig Push. Empey Is des. Derately wounded and lies unconscious tn No Man's Land for S3 hours. four months CHAPTER XXVH-Af- ter In a Hrltlsh hospital, Empey Is discharged as "physically unlit for further war serv. own." learns to adopt CllArTEIl Tommy. "If 1'ou Ihe motto of the are going to get It, you'll get It. so never worry." ack In rest billets, Em-pCIIAPTEn gets his first eiperlence as a mess orderly. learns how the CHAPTER British soldiers are fed. In the front-lin- e CHAPTER VUl-Tla- ck trench, Empey sees his first friend of the trenches "go West." pey makes his first CHAPTER visit to a dugout In "suicide Ditch." learns what CHAPTER a "day's work" In the front-lin- e trench. CHAPTER XIEmpey goes "over the top" for the first time In a charge on the German trenches and Is wounded by a bayonet thrust. Joins the "sul CHAPTER Xtl-Em- pey tide club" aa the bombing squad Is called. Tommy gets an CHAPTER XIII-Ea- ch official bath. helps dig aa CHAPTER XIV-Em- pey advanced trench under German fire. "listening post" In XV-- On CHAPTER No Man's Land. artillerymen "put CHAPTER XVI-T- wo one over" on Old Pepper, their regimental commander. has narrow esCHAPTER XVH-Emcape while on patrol duty In No Man a Land. In rest billets CHAPTER XVIH-Ha- ck Empey writes and stages a farce comedy. have many CHAPTER ways to amuse themselves while "on their ice.- "Over the Top" 87 An American Soldier Who Went ARTHUR were constantly whistling over the village and bursting In our rear, search(OoprrUM, BIT, ey ArUioi Q 07 "fJ) ing for our artillery. These cellars wire ctM, damp and Continued from last week. smelly, am! overrun with large rats big black fellows. Most of the Tom mles slept with their oiiTcouts over Often the Case. After n man of sedentary pursuits their fuces. I did not. In the middle of the night I woke up In terror. The reaches a certain age the buckwheat In contact cold, dummy feet of u ml 'had passed cake with which he comes over my face, I Immediately smothIs transformed within approximately but could ered myself In my half an hour after taking from an not sleep for the rest of that night. Inspiration to higher and hotter things COMMUNICATION r to n deep and apparently permnneut Next evening, we took cm-- our see-to- r TRENCH regret. Ohio State Journal. of the line. In single file we wi nd-i-- d our way through 11 zigzag communication trench, six Inches deep Practice Makes Perfect. with mud. This trench was called i; It you are a clerk, do you know "Whisky street." On our way up to ubout the goods you handle? If the front line un occasional flare of uu are u teacher, do you subscribe to bursting shrapnel would light up the Do you nt guy pedagogical works? sky and we could hear the fragments lecturer? Do you study child life? slapping the ground aboie us on our If you are a mother do you know anyright nnd left. Then n Frits would thing about chemistry and dietetics traverse back nnd forth with his .1 ml home nursing? If you arc a writer or machine gun. The bullets do you know anything about the litermade a sharp cracking noise overhead. ary market, the fashions In stories? The boy In front of me nnmed PrenAn- - you familiar with tho literature tice crumpled up without n word. A of the world? Do you know unjtlilns piece of shell had gone through his shriipncl-proo- f about life Itself? helmet. I felt sick ami ? " weak. In nbout thirty minutes we reached the front line. It wns dark as pitch. Every now und then a Herman fctnr shell would pierce the blackness out In front with Its silvery light. I was trembling all cm-r-, nnd felt very lonely and afraid. All orders were given In wlils'icrs. The company we relieved filed past us and disappeared Into th Front-Line and Communication Trenches. Diajram Showing Typical blackness of the communication trench Hero la a message to leading to tho rear. As they passed us, suffering women, from n major, two of tnem were exploring tnnee we could see their flashes, which "The best o' luck they whimpered, Mrs. W. T. Trice, of their shirts, paying no uttentlon to the lighted up the sky with u red glare. sufPublic, Ky.: "I Against the horizon we could see mates." occasional shells which passed overfered with painful...", on the lire step of the trench I head. The major was writing a letter; numerous nliMTvnttoti balloons or "sautho writes. "I cot down with the rest of the men. In each every now and then he would lay nslde sages" 11s tbey are called. with a weaknets In my traverse two of the older men hud been back and limbs... I On the nfternoon of the third day's search his shirt for n his iirltlng-pnd- , guard with their heads sticking felt helpless nnd disfew minutes, get nn Inspiration, ami march I witnessed my first airplane put on top, und with their eyes try couraged...! had about then resume writing. At last be fin being .helled. A thrill ran through me over the ing to pierce the bltickness In "No given up hopea of over lidieil his letter nnd gave It to his "runnnd I gazed In nwe. The airplane was being well again, when Muns I.uud." In this trench there ner," I wns curious to fee whether ho making wide circles In the ulr, whllo a friend Insisted I were only two dugouts, und these wen was writing to an Insect llrm, so when little puffs of while smoke were burstVlckers maihlne used by the runner passed me I engaged him ing nil around It. These puITs nppeared gunners, Lewis und so It wns the tiro step for In conversation und got a glimpse at like tiny bulls of cotton while utter It started to mill the iiiMross on the envelope. It was each burst could be beard u dull ours. Pretty won tbey were uiMresseil to Miss Alice Somebody, In "plop." The sergeant of my platoon We put on our "mucks," but London. The "runner" Informed me Informed us that It wus 11 Herman air- not much protovtlou. The ruin trickled not Ions down und It that Miss Somebody was the major's plane and I wondered how he could tell before our bucks, wet und wus How I cold. we were sweetheart und that he wrote to her from such u distance because the plane passed that night I will never know, every day. Just Imagine It, writing a like a little black speck In tho uny unusual occurrence, love letter during u "cootie" hunt; but sky, I expressed my doubt ns to but without Tonic TI.3 Woman's whether It was English, French or tier dawn orrlved. such Is tho creed of the trenches. The word "stand down" wus passed num. With 11 look of contempt he fur(.entries got the line, I becaa Cardul. In ther Informed us that the allied anti- along off Ihe tire und the CHAPTER III. step. Pretty sism the a chort wbllo I caw a aircraft shells when exploding emitted domi Issue cumt nlong, unil It wus marked difference... white smoke while the German shells ruts I Qo to Church. 1 crow stronger right gave forth black smoke, and. us he ex- Oodseud. It warm oil our chilled bodies along, and It cured me. Uon enlistment we had Identity pressed It, "It must be un Allcmand be- and put new life Into us. Then from disks Issued to us. These were small I am stouter than I s are shelling, und the communication trenches cunie cause our have been la years." disks of red fiber worn around the neck our butteries are not oft their illxlra or Iron pots, filled with steamIf you suffer, you can by means of a string. Most of the Tom- I knownappers bally and are certainly not ing tea, which bad two wooden stakes appreciate what It mies also used a little metal disk which strafelng our own planes, und another thrtugh their baudlcs, und were curmeans to be Strang and they wore around the left wrist by by two men. I tilled my canteen well Thousands of wopiece of advice don't chuck your ried means of a chain. Tbey had previousmen give Cardul the weight ubout until you've been up the und drank tho hot tea without tuktng s good ly figured It out that If their It flum my Hps. It wus not lung becredit (or their lino and leurnt something. health. It should help Were blown off, the disk on the left fore I wus usleep In the muil i u tho I Immediately quit "chucking my Are step. ron. Try CarduL At all wrist would Identify them. If tbey lost B-weight ubout" from that time on. drucstits. t My ambition bad been attained I I their left arm the disk around the neck Just before reaching reserve billets wus In a front-lin(would serve the purpose, but It their trench on the went iead and left arm were blown off, 110 we were marching along, laughing, and em 'runt, and oh, hjw I wljhod I weri De would care who tbey were, so It singing one of Tommy's trench ditties: bach tu Jersey CTy. Mtcklm Conner Saving GDY EMPEY In Francs have taken n hath and put on did not mnttcr. On one side of the name, brand-neunderwear: In fact, n com-- 1 disk wns Inscribed our rank, plete change of uniform, nnd then number nnd battalion, while on tho your religion. turned tn for the night. The next morn ' other wns stampi-Eng lng my shirt would ba full of them. It , C. of i: mennlne Church of Cm lloman Catholic: W Xfe Is n common sight to see eight or ten himl: It. f Presbyterian; but If you soldiers sitting under a tree with their loynn; It nn atheist shirts over their knees engaging In a happened tn be handed you they left 11 pick nnil blank, nnd Just "shirt hunt." my disk wns stamped C of At night nhout half nn hour hefore shovel. On I This Is how I got It : The lieuten"lights out," you can see the Tommies ant who enlisted me asked my religion. grouped around a candle, trtlng, In Its I wns not sure of the religion of the dim light, to rid their underwenr tif nrmy, so I answered, "Oh, any the vermin. A popular and very quick I!rltlh thing," nnd ho promptly put down method Is to tnke your shirt nnd draw- old n. e, of ers, anil run the seams back nnd forNow, Just Imnglne my hard luck. Ont ward In the flame from n candle nnd unlucky enough religions I jlmrn them out. This practice Is dan-- I of five the only wns where church one gerous, becnuse you are liable to burn to pick I 'holes tn the garments If you are not parade wns compulsorywns Sunday. I The next morning careful. wns sitting In the billet writing home Recruits generally sent to mighty tn my sister telling her of my wonderfor n brand of Insect powder adverful exploits while under fin all retised ns "Gciod for body lice." The ad- cruits do thin. The sergeant major put vertisement Is quite right; the powder his head In the door of the billet ami they simply Is good for "cooties;" shouted : "C. of E. outside for church thrive on It. parallel" The older men of our battalion were I kept on writing. Turning to me. In wiser nnd made scratchers out of n loud voice, he asked, "Empey, aren't wood. These were rubbed smooth with you C. of K.?" n bit of stone or sand to prevent splinI answered, "Yep." ters. They were ubout eighteen Inches In nn angry tone, he commanded, long, nnd Tommy guarantees that n "Dont you 'yep' me. Say, 'Yes, serscrntcher of this length will reach geant ninjor.'" any part of the body which may bo at"I did so. Somewhat mollified, ha tacked. Some of the fellows were lazy ordered, "Outside for church parade." nnd only mode their scratchers twelve I looked up and answered. "I nm Inches, but many a night when on morning." guard, looking over the top from tho not going to church this He snld. "Oh. yes, you are!" trench, they lire step of Ihe front-lin- e I answered, "Oh, no, I'm not!" But would have given n thousand "quid" I went. for the other six Inches. We lined up outside with rifles nnd Once while we were In rest billets an ammunition, 120 rounds Irlh Hussar regiment camped In an bayonets, our tin hats, of the march and open field opposite our billet. After wearing began. After marching about tliey had picketed nnd fed their horses, to church five kilos, we turned off the road Into n general shirt hunt took place. The At one end of this field an open . troopers Ignored the call "Dinner up," chaplain wns standing In n limber. nnd kept on with their search for big the around him. game. They had n curious method of We funned n semicircle wns n black speck cirprocedure. They bung their shirts over Overhead there In the sky. This cling round nnd round n hedge nnd beat them with their enFokkcr. The chaplain wns n trenching tool handles. had n book In his left hand left eye I asked one of them why they didn't on the book right eye on the airplane. pick them off by band, nnd he tin-- 1 We Tommies were lucky, we had no . "We haven't bad n bath for J Inxiks, so had both eyes on the airnine weeks or n change of clabber. If plane. I tried to pick the 'cooties' ofT my we were After church parade I would be here for duration of war." marched bnck to our billets, and played After taking n clno look nt his shirt. I football all afternoon. agreed with him; It wns ullve. ' The greatest shock a recruit gets CHAPTER IV. when he nrrlves nt his battalion In France Is to see the men engaging In a "Into the Trench." "cootie" hunt. With nn air of conThe next morning the draft was Intempt nnd disgust be avoids tho com-- 1 spected by our general, and wo were pnny of the older men. until n couple assigned to different companies. Tho of days Inter, In n torment of Itching, t boys In tho brigade had nicknamed he nlKi bus to resort to n shirt hunt, ' this general Old Pepper, and ho ceror spend many 11 sleepless night of tainly earned the sobriquet. I was misery. During these hunts there are to It company with another lots of pertinent remark bandied back American named Stewart. nnd forth among the explorers, such For the next ten days we "rested." as, "Say, Kill, I'll swap you two little ones for n big one," or, "I've got a repairing roads for the Frenchles. drilldigging bombing trenches. black one here that looks like Kaiser ing, nnd One morning we were Informed that BUI." we were going up the line, and our One gunny day In the front-lin- e began. trench. I saw three officers sitting out march It took us three days to reach reelde of their dugout ("cooties" nre no bringrespecters of runk ; I have even noticed serve billets each day's march guns nearer nnd a suspicious uneasiness about a certain ing the sound of the n general), one of them was nearer. At ulght, way off In the dls- I r want to 1 r lore. Take me over the i. Where the Alternant ran't get nt me. Oh, my, I don't want to die, I want to go home" go home, t want to tn home, don't want to go to the trenches no more are gaWhere saussges and whtlt-btng- s twenty-on- when overhead came n "swish" through the nlr. rapidly followed by three others. Then about two hundred yardi to our left In n large field, four columns of black earth nnd smoke mo Into the nlr, nnd the ground trembled from the report the explosion of four (lerman A sharp or "conlbovcs." whistle blast. Immediately followed by two short ones, rung out from the bend of our column. This wns to tnke up "artillery formation." We dlibled Into smnll squids nnd went Into the fields on the right ami left of the road, and crouched on the ground. No other shells followed this snlvo. It was our first baptism by shell fire. I'rom the waist up I wns nil enthul:im, but from there down, everything was missing. I thought I should die with fright. Af'cr awhile, we reformed Into of fours, nnd proceeded on our way. About five that night, we renrhed the , nnd I got my ruined village of II first sight of the awful destruction caused by Herman Kultur. Man'hlng down the main street wo enme to the heart of the itlbige, and took up quarters In shellproof cellars (shellproof until hit by u shell). Shells CHAPTER VI. "Oack of the Line." trench Our tour In the front-linlasted four days, and then we were brigade. relieved by the doing down the communication trench we were In 11 merry mood, although we were mid nnd wet, and every bone In our bodies ached. It makes u lot of difference whether you are "going In" or "going out." At the end of the communication trench, limbers were nulling on the road for us. I thought we were going to ride hack to rest billets, but soon found out Unit the only time an In rides Is when he Is fiintrjinuii wounded nnd Is Isiutid for the base or These limbers enrrliil our ltllghty. reserie ammunition and rations, our march to rest billets was thoroughly l as If I enjoyed by me. It wen on furlough, und wns leuilng behind eurithlng that was disagreeable nnd horrible. I.'iery recruit feels this wuj utter being relict ed from the trem-hes- Sn said: "Here, my lad, lend a bnnd clearing the trench, but keep your bend down, nnd look out for snipers. One of Ihe Frlts's l n daisy, nnd he'll get you If you're not careful." I.j lng on my belly on the bottom of the trench. 1 filled sandbags with the sticky mud. they were drugged to in; rear by the other men. nnd the work of rebuilding the parn-- t was on. I worked, the better I felt. Although the weather wus cold. I wns .imkcd with sweat. Occasionally 11 bullet would crack oicrhcnd, und n machine gun would Mc. up tin mud on the hushed tn parapet. At each crack I woulil ilirk and hte!i! my face with my arm. One of ihe older men noticed this action of i.jlne. nnd whispered: "Don't duck nt the crack of a bullet, Yank; the danger has passed ou never hear Ihe one that wings you. Always remember that If you nre going to get It. you'll get It, so never worry." This made n great Impression on me nt the time, nnd from then on, I udnpt-i-his motto, "If you're going to get It. jou'll get It." It helinsl me wonderfully. I used It so often afterwords that some of my mntes duhhed me. "If you're going to get It. youH get It." After nn hour's hanl work, nil my I neriniisncss left me, nnd I was laughj ing and Joking with the rest. At one o'clock, dinner came up In the form of n dixie of hot stew. I looked for my cunti-en- . It had I fallen off the fire step, und was halt burled In the mud. The man on my left noticed this, und told the corporal, dishing out the rations, to put my share In his mess tin. Then he whls-H-re- d tn me. "Always take care of your mess tin. mate." 1 hnd learned another maxim of the trenches. That stew tasted fine. I wns as hungry as a bear. We had "seconds," or another helping, because three of tho men bad "gone West," killed by the explosion of the Herman trench mortar, nnd we nte their share, but still I was hungry, so I filled In with bully beef und biscuits. Then I drained my water bottle. Later on I learned another maxim of the front line, "Ho sparingly with your water." The bully beef made me thirsty, nnd by ten time I wns dying for n drink, but my pride would not ullow me to ask my mates for water. I was fast learning the elides of the trenches. That night I was put on guard with nn older man. We stood on the fire lip with our hands over the top, peering out Into No Mun's Ijiml. It wus nervous work for nie, but the other fellow- seemed to take It us part of the night's routine. Then somelMng shot past my fare. My heart stopped beating, nnd I ducked A soft bend below the parapet, chin kle from my mute brought me to my senses, nnd I feebly nsked, "For heaven's sake, what was that?" lie answered. "Only u rat taking 11 I promenade along the sandbags," filt very sheepish. About eiery tventy minutes the sentry In tho next traverse would lire a slur shell from his flare pistol, The "plop" would give me 11 start of fright. I m ier got used to this noise during my rendu In the trenches. I would watch the urc described b the star shell, und then Mure Into Ni Man's Land uniting for It to burst. 1:. l.'s lurid light the barbed wire nr.! xtnkes would be silhouetted against like u latticed window. Then darkness, time, out In front of our win-- , 1 heard a noise nnd saw ilurk four moving. My rlllo wus lying ucross tin siindliiiggtsl parapet. I reached for r unrl was tuklng aim to tire, when 1111 my nrm, und whlspircd inn to grusiK-"Don't tire." He challenged In n Invoice. The reply came buck Instulill.i from the dark forms: "Shut your bllukln' mouth, you bloomln' Idiot; do you want us to click It from tho Hoches?" Later we learned that the word, "No chullenglng or firing, wiring party out In front," had been gliea to the sentry on our right, but he had fulled to pass it down the trench. An ofllcer had over-hi-ur- d nur challeuge and the reply, and Immediately put the offending sentry under urrest. The sentry clicked . A Bomb Proof. Women ! Take mil A marched eight kilos und then halted In front of 11 French The captain gate the order to turn out on itich side of the road and wult1 his return. Pretty soon he came bucki nnd told II company to occupy billets, 117. 11S and lll. IHIIet 117 was nil old stable which bad pretlously occupied by cows. About four feet tia wns n huge ma-- j front of the nure pile, and the odor from It was1 Using my anything but pleasant. flashlight 1 stumbled through the door Jut before entering 1 obcrvi-- n white sign reading: "Silting Ml. lying '.11." but, at the lime. Its significance did not strike me. Next morning 1 n.kiil the sergeant major what It meant. He nonchalantly answered: That's some of Ihe work of the It. A. M. C. (Itojal Army Misllcnl corps). It simply means that In case of nu nt tnrk, this billet will nccomnnslnti fifty wounded who are able to sit up mo I tnke notice, or twenty stretcher cases." It wns not long nfter this tint I was one of the "X IjliU." I soon hit the bay and was fast asleep, eten my friends tho "cooties" fntl.il to disturb nie. The next morning at nhout six o'clock I was awnkeniil by the lance corporal of our section. Informing me that I hnd been detailed as mesa orderly, and to report to Ihe cook and ghe til lit n hand. I helped him make the fire, curry water from nn old well, nnd fry the bacon. Lids of dixies an used to cook the bacon In. After breukfust was cooked, I carried a dtile of hot tea nnd the lid full of bacon to our section, und told the corsirnl that breakfast whs ready. He looked at me In contempt, and then shouted, "llrenk fast up, come and get It I" I Immediately got wire to Ihe trench parlance. nnd never again Informed that "Ilreak fast was serted." It didn't take long for tho Tommies to unswer this call. Half dressed, they lined up with their canteens und I dished out the tea. Each Tommy curried In his hand a thick slice of breud which had lievn Issued with the rations the ulght before. Then I had the pleasure of seeing them dig Into the bacon with their dirty lingers. The allow unce was one slice per man. Tho late ones recclieil tery small sllces. he ImAs each Tommy got bis mediately disappeared Into the billet. Pretty soon ubout fifteen of them made n rush tn the cookhouse, euch currlng n huge slice of bread. These slices they dipped Into the bacon grease was stewing oter the lire. Tho which Inst maa Inturlubly lost out. I wus tho lust man. After breukfust our section carried their equipment into 11 field adjoining the billet und got busy retooling the trench mud therefrom, becnuse ut ii'.i'i 11. m., tbey hud tn full In for Inspection und parade, und woe betide the man who was unshaven, or hud mud on his uniform. Cleniillness Is next to godliness In the llrttlsh nrmy, und Old l'l-pe- r must hnte been personally acquainted Willi St. Peter. Our drill consisted of close-orde- r formation, which lusted until noon. During this time we hnd Iwo ten-miute breaks for rest, und no sooner Ihe word, "Full out for ten minutes," was glti'ii than euch Tommy got out u fug und lighted IU Fugs are Issued every Sunday morning, nnd you generally get between twenty und forty, .The brand gen erally Issued Is the "Woodbine." Sometimes we are lucky und get "Hold-Hakes"Pluyera" or "Hed HusMira." Occasionally un Issue of "Life ltujs" comes along. Then the older Tummies Immediately get busy un the recruits and trade these for "Woodbines" or "Ootdtlakes." A recruit only bus to be stuck once In this manner, and then be ceases to be a recruit. There Is h reason. Tommy Is a great cigarette smoker. He smokes under all conditions, except Waen unconscious or when he Is reconnolterlng In No Man's Ianl at night Then, for obvious rcu We The Central Record, Thursday, May 16 1918. ' DYNAMIC RED CROSS MONEY By FRANKLIN K. LANE. Secretary of the Interior. of the $100,000,000 given last June by the people to the lied Cross, nearly ($4.r,000.000) has gone to help the f refugees, the orphaned children, the repatriates and wounded of the French. Belgian, Italian, Serbian, OUT mm IN COMMISSIONER'S SALEOFLAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. William Worrcn, et nl, Plffi, VS Henry Warren, ct nl, Defts. Pursuant to n judgement rendered nt the March Term, 1918, tlo undersigned Commissioner will sell at public nuctlon before the Door In Lancaster, Kentu ky, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on 1918, MONDAY. MAY 27, It being the first day of the Gnrrari County Court Term, the real citn'.e In the mentioned pbndinpj an J described as follows. Beginning at three notches now cut m fence in drain and 10 feet west of a dead doublj liuskeyi, In line to Davis Sutton and coiner to the remainder; thence new lins tj said remainder up said drain or holE low and across a ridge N 37 12.07 chains, to a point in middle of hollow, that runs from the back end of orchard, said point is 14 links N 00 W from a marked mulberry pointer, standing on the N. E, bank of hollow; thence down said hollow and with Its meanders W 3.05 chains to a stake on West bank and about 15 feet west of the mouth of a small drain, entering from the west N 23 E 7.1C chains to a marked black locust standing at mouth of said hollow and on the South bank of another holbw in line to Mrs. Rolinda Hill, and new corner to d remainder; thence with said Hill, up last named hollow S 03 K 4.00 chairs ts a roirtt c. South bank S 53 E 6.00 chains to a point in middle S 40 E 4.20 chains to a point at forks of said hollow and corner to Lish Forbes, up right hand hollow S 12 W 3.53 chains to a point 10 feet west of middle S 7 2 E 1.35 chains to a point on west bank S 29 3-- 4 E 2 chains S 45 E4.10 chains to a double black locust S 22 E 1.77 chains to a point in middle of Lancaster and Buckeye Turnpike; corner to Forbes; thence with middle of said pike S 7.82 W 2.G7 chains to n point G fect south of middle N 87 W 8 chains to a point about 20 feet north of middle; thence leaving pike and with Davis Sutton line N 80 W 13.80 chains to beginning, the containing 20.23 acres. The interest herein ordered sold, or the land ordered sold, is sold subject to the life estate of Zack Simpson in said land. The purpose of the sale herein is to benefit and for the interest of the infant plaintiffs and defendants herein. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bends with approved security for the purchase price, said bonds bearing six percent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Gairard Circuit Court, and a lien, will be reserved upon .the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y ftr Pllfs. The Slacker's Lead. "De blgg?V loud some folk has got carry," observed Brother "Is a crip full .f exeinc fer gettln' out o ilnln" de rftcht thine lit do right tlnu Ter linfitmv. ef It's iJ,:y. dfj-nln.-an' ef (ley got no grindstone iix. iloy sharpen an'ef rtV grind-Hone'dar, ill' wi'll'x gnno dry im' iley'n no It !" Al'iintu Coustltutloa. one-hal- "The Land ON of Now" Roumanian and other peoples. The Red Cross has spent more than $30,000.-00- 0 in France alone in the establishment of canteens for the poilus. the reconstruction of devasted districts, the care of homeless children, the housing of refugees, the sending of food, clothes and supplies to the sorely burdened civilian population. More than $2,000,000 has been spent in fighting tuberculosis, one of the worst of war's $1,149,-00- 0 has been expended for the shelter of war orphans. $'2.701,7!W has been appropriated for the reconstruction of villages and general relief work in the devasted areas. In Italy a great work of relief was organized after the Austro-Germadrive of last fall, and the thousands of refugees that came pouring over the Po and the Piave were aided by a business-likand supply and canteen service, improvised out of the existing organization. More than $3,000,000 was thus sXJiit for Italy. American funds will soon make the plain of Monastir fertile once more through the importation of seeds and agricultural implements. In this section of Serbia more than fitly thousand refugees have been on the verge of starvation for nearly two years. It should be a source of daily pride to every American that our own Red Cross is adding new glories to the American Name in the Mother Continent. Our full support is essential if its present mighty work of succor and human brotherhood is to be continued on an ever increasing scale. n e SATURDAY, MAT 18th r G-arra-rd at 9:30 o'clock. 103 Acres In County On Lexington pike, a boulevard, 4 miles from Lancaster. This is extraordinarily fertile land, beautiful level frontage on pike, a dwelling of eight rooms, halls and porches located at end of avenue of 200 yards in length, an ideal home, pleasing to the eye. Buy this one and you will have "A RESERVED SEAT IN THE THEATER OFI LIFE" -- Smith Serves the Red Cross By T. director -- f Civilian J. EDMONDS, Rtlltf of the Potomac Division. L lectins either compensation or tnsur be walk.! aoce. Smith IV. Into my tact, "I've wound op all iny A member of the women's anlformea business Interests." I ro 1 to corps drove us la her machine out to a ld "What furl" greet the man I bad Vnuwn In mjr camp where there are 30,000 men. Here we met the Red Croat Home home city jrari before. "So I could offer myself If I'm worth Service nun. We didn't take his time we Just watched blm. One moment baring. I've cot to get Into the fiiue. Anything useful and human. I'm he was helping n man to fill out duplicate allotment blanks; the next ht ready for marching orders." "Worth hsvlnjl" I echoed. "You've waa arguing the merits of Insuring to dropped like a (iod seu.L We've got the limit; the next be was wiring a Job jou eter Home Service Section lo visit a man's the biggest man-slietlona. You're going straight with the family; next he was going with a boy Home Service. Something useful and who had received a tragic telegram human? Why. In a week this thing from home to see the commanding nffl. will be gripping you so that you'll eat cer ntxiut a leave of absenae) then he won needing on his way a poor fellow and sleep III" It. discharged because of permanent big , then no saw blm talking to a The Home Service Section of a As iHiiuier umi u girl wire at the Red Cross chapter was In hostess' Smith anil I arrived they were discus 'house; and as the shadowa fell he waa Ing the problem of a soldier's nlfo uud rloM'trd with a worried chap, who was alt children found Utliut In two tene- telling blm about an Impending mortment roouia In a building that rad Iwen gage foreclosure and an rxpertcd baby. condemned because of a leaky roof, V mouldy floor and lack of Ore protection. l.'iter the same evening e saw bltr They bad (old most of tbelr furniture staud up In the Liberty theater and, piece by piece for current living exeyes glowing with the service picpenses. The children bad no change of bis In his owo mind and his volet be- ture clothing. There was no Income and, ringing with the conviction of bis own cause of Ibe mother's condition, no possibility of one, except the expected ollot-se- rnlbuslasiu, tell a thousand young fellows whst Home Service Is. He (Mintand allowance, which exec when II cam would ot entirely meet the ccst ed homes made happier by Home Servof living In the city. The Home Service ice told of friends for Oghtert' familworker had glxea a generous sum of ies) fouod by the Red Cross pictured Home dom; to meet the urgent needs, aoo devoted country'sService workers fightbattles this side I he now the committee was planning to ing the 'reaches. When be ended some fellow rent better quarters, move the faml track sp "Keep the Home Fires Unroly, secure medical and nursing attention for the woman, outfit then) ali ll) g." We were silent for a long while on with clothing and furniture and keep 'b way home. Smith and L finally regularly In tooeh with the family. Smith broke out: in. In Smith'! Mxt case the Home Dm-Ic- e "Can I do lit The sort of thing-ca- mp service, you call It? Why, tbat'a Section and the tuberculosis eodety had arranged hospital cart for a man where I want to be at the point of Ural contact with those living probjachirgid because of tobereulaati Pershing waa right when ha outre cte4 "la the Us of doty. lems. tots attorney bad toU tda he wooaf aaM, The thing most needful to the at coeapenaatloa for bin) on a flftrftf- - American fighting forcea overseas la of tba anything and everything that will tj bill, but the lawyer-memblo the morale of the men la Kens Berries lection helped him HI proper farm which ma Bad aarvtca.' ant tka Tfcissi Service I are It cow tcawUed tod aasured baa at aa aaMaarnd soldier or soedtas meaaa norm la, WUa caa i fa 17 thaatd ever pay aer aat- - watkr ll," old u "ra kinds of fruit, including bearing trees of ter William, Mulberry, Chestnut, Pecan, Persimmon, Hick- nuns; orynut, Apples, Peaches, Pears, Strawberries, 40 rln't ter It; water acres of Wheat, 30 acres plowed ready to plant ter net in corn, balance in grass. Two large tobacco beds, garden planted. COMMISSIONER'S. Everything goes with POSSESSION AT ONCE SALE OF LAND. and will be sold on easy terms. Will be subdivided and sold to the "High Dol- Robert Jones, a Pursuant rendered at lar" no "Buy-Bidand no "Prize Poles." at is known as the Kemper Farm, recently fublic auction Lancaster, Court This at purchased by J. I. Hamilton and has never been Garrard Court real estate the and offered for sal UtIUI I1UW. Garrard All II. GARRARD CIRCUIT II. Tomlinson, VS. COURT. Plaintiff, s" DIIN1NER SERVED. At the same time and place will sell for Mr. Ham ilton a lot of stock consisting in part, a lot of sows and pigs, stock hogs, mules, fresh cows cattle, etc. s, For further particulars, map and see blue-print- WINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY Defendant. Judgment to the March Term, 1918, the under-signe- d Commissioner will sell before the Door nl Kentuc11 o'clock a. m. on ky, MONDAY, MAY 27. 1918, It being the first day of the County Term, the despleadings mentioned in cribed as follows: Kentucky. County. In near Preachersville, and bounded ns follows; Bounded on the South and East by the lands of Richard iiurgcrner, and on the east by the lands of Albert Church, and on the South by the lands of Arthur and on the North by the land of Squire Pointer, and containing about 150 acres, the interest to be sold in the ono undivided ono third interest in said land, subject to the dower Interest of Jones, wife of Wyatt Jones. the purpose of tills sale is to satisfy the debt of the plaintiff, R. II. Tomlinson, which amounts to, principle and interest up to the day of sale to $05,70. with tho estimated cost of the action amounting to 170.00. TERMS. ' The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the pur. chase price, said bond bearing six paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. fl. C. C. R. II Tomlinson, att'y for Flif, per cent interest from date until The Central Record, Thursday, May !6, 1918. Dally Thought We reap what wc sow; hut nature has love over nnd nloTc that Justice, nnd Rives us shadow nnd blossom and fruit that springs from no planting of ours. George lllot. Rugs Made From Tissue Paper. Don't Be Like Her. There arc any number of pitfalls waiting the girl who Is ninny setting her mother rlRlit, and who hemoans the fact that her parent are "so old' fashioned." And there l no better safeguard ngnlnt the world's ells than conflilenco In n clrl's heart that mother knows best. nichanec. Amuiement for Children. For the children, before they are old enough to use sclors, tonrlntf paper Is an engaging occupation. Tear n piece of old newspaper Into nn oblong hapo i It may bo nny sire, about two by four (Inches. m will say. Ily folding this in me miiwie u win mane a nine ieni, Again, fold In thirds, one piece turned np nnd one down, for n chair. Turn both ends down for n table. The child trees, n ball, doll j con tear paper Into ! babies and many other simple li:ipes. Jnh TftA Hln tfr Avernnm Mfln It tnkes lots of brains, patience nnd attractiveness to keen even body straight. The trouble Is It's not so much n matter of benefit to others as It Is n satisfaction to yourself to be the general manager of things. Tho world could lose sownil In every community and lt efficiency and peace would not suffer In tin1 least. The chap that would bo general man-agof nny group of people must not only be n man of big mentti'lty but It has to be recognized to bring harmo nious results. Itnss arc now being made entirely from fine tissue rnper and mixtures of paper and wool. The tissue paper Is twisted Into threads and woven Into a compact heavy mat or fabric. Toots and the Man. The proper epic of this world Is not now "Arms and the Man:" how much less. "Shirt Trills and the Jinn;" no. It Is now "Tools nnd the Man;" that henceforth to all time Is now our epic. Carlyle. Lamps for the Eyes. A new ortlcnl lntrument eonlts of n Incandescent lamp which can be taken Into n person's mouth to Illuminate his eyes through the retinas, enabling them to be examined through the pupils. Neat Way of Putting It. Itoland was usually pu: to bed at n certnln hour every night, hut nlmnst alwnjs objected, not liking to own that he was tired and sleepy. On one occalon his mother was too busy to notice that for onco be was ready to be put In his little bed. Not liking to own It, evidently, he edged up to "Cape-to-Calr- o Rhodes." her nnd. gazing wistfully Into her face, So they called him, mockingly, when he inquired: "Mamma. Isn't you getCecil Ithoiles. IdcnlM and pirate, cm ting tlredr plre builder and ndiuiturer, dreamed n I railroad through thu African sands One's Beat Always Called For. that should run straight from the Cape Tills Is the golden time now to be(moil Hope to the shores of the gin your llfo work If you have not of "Nonsense !" said the already done so. Age nnd condition-ev- en Mediterranean. I rg tting that health, arc not ns Important fac- British government. tors as formerly. The Osier dictum this man's "nonsense" had given tho of Innocuous desuetude nt forty Is o empire n territory greater than France, ry nnd Italy, ns regards women as well ns men. i Germany, Autrln-llunI There Is work for all nges and condi- 'nil togetlur. So I Yd lilmiles merely went out nnd built the nitinud that tions, at home nnd abroad, and It be- ' hooves each of us to do our best In the turned a desert Into u imtbm. World Outlook. task that falls to our lot. She Has Given Her All What Is Your Gift? A NY person who isn't willing to make sacrifices at a time like this who isn't willing to back our Government and our soldiers to the full extent of his or her ability who isn't glad to contribute to the Red Cross and send money on its errand of mercy to sufTering, wounded American soldiers and starving little children in Hurope such a person can not live on iree American H S r ma If Swift & Company Made No Profit ti soil with a clear conscience. The cattle raiser would receive only cent a peund more for bis cattle y Red Cross records tell of many a poor mother who has given her son her all -- and yet insists on still contributing to the Red Cross. Millions of loyal Americans will pledge a part of each month's earnings during June, July, August and Sept. 5100,000,000 must be contributed. So small is Swift & Company's profit on any single transaction that if it were turned over to the cattle raisers of the country, they would receive o.nly V& cent a pound more for cattle than they receive now. Swift & Company pays for live cattle 9096 of the amount received for dressed meat and The remaining 10 pays for packing-hous- e expense, freight to market, operation of distributing houses and profit. Swift What Will You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May 20-2- 7 Hrery cent glvin to Itcd Cross War Fund socs for War Itellcf. Tho American lied Cross Is the largest and most cftlclcnt organization for tho relief of Buffering that the world has ever seen. It Is mnde up almost entirely of volunteer workers. 10.000.000 unwlflsh Americans. It Is tod.iy bringing relief to suffering humanity, both military and civil, In CTcry war-torAllied country. It Is there to help our soldier boys In time of need. Ily helping tho starring women and children In the ruined district of Franco and Italy It (icrforma a distinctly military sen Ice. A soldier who knows that Ited Cross Is helping bis family flehU with renewed spirit. Ited Cross Tin duesatilhnrlr.es It. help to win tho war. Congress I'reslilent Wilson heads It. The War Department audits Its accounts. Your Army, your Navy, and )our Allies enthusiastically endorse It. Twenty two million Americans have Joined IL about J To Help Win The This Space is Patriotically Donated by War & for" 1917 on over two million cattle were as follows: Receipts From Payments Company's actual figures per head BECKER and BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky. '( t RuHi $24.00 2654 Paid From Meat $60.97 74 75 for Live CattU $84.45 91 Sunday. Daisy Misses Velma Thompson, Duncan, Pelda Grow, Lucille Montsold to Mr. gomery and Masters Wilberf nnd Mr. William Onstott B. Crank a cow for $50. of Alvln Montgomery are victims Mr. nnd Mrs, Ellslia Forbes wcro whooping cough. MT. HEBRON Delayed. Total $93.06 I 1 I Total $91.06 I ThU net profit of $1.29 per head average cent a pound live weight. And out of this small net profit dividends must be paid to shareholders. Year Book of interesting and instructive facts tent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards. Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company, U.S.A. guests of relatives here and nttended preaching Sunday. Mr. Author I'rcston, who wus thrown from a mule last Monday is alio to be out. Mr. nml Mrs. Elbert Jennings of Little Hickman, were with relatives here the latter part of the week. Mr. C. W, Johnson was called to Burgin last Tuesday by the death of his brother, Mr. Hiram Johnson, Mr. Otho Montgomery wife and little daughter, of Frankfort were with his parents, Mr. and Mm. P. W. Montgomery last Wednesday. Mr. V. N. Prcwitt of Ninu, was In this vicinity Saturday night and Sunday, and conducted a singing at the church Saturday night. week-end Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Montgomery and children of Jessamine, wero the guest of his mother, Mrs. Lourany Montgomery, Saturduy night and Wllburn Scott, nt Camp Wadswortli hero are attending S. C Misses Mnry Belle Halcomb mi l C T. U. Convention I'uth Lane, Messrs Noah Marsee Ji, at Lancaster. Misses Myrtle and Mnttie Camp- and Harold Scott motored to Lexbell spent the week-en- d in Danville ington Wednesday. ArmA card from Mr. Thomas Miss Kate Iloltzclaw and pupils with relatives. will givo n pie Bupper nt Locust Mr. llogan Italian) sold some strong, who formerly lived here, drove, Saturday evening, nt eight shoats, averaging about 110 lbs., at has been received, saying that, !u had arrived safely in Prance. oclock. Proceeds to be used for 20c, to Mr. II. G. King. EveryMr. Clay Parks has purchased a the benefit of the Bchool. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lcm Tenter nnd nnd body invited. children, of Lancaster, spent Sun- "Dairy Form" near Danville, will ttku possession the first of the day with Mrs. W. It. Swope. year. Ho having sold his farm here Mr. und Mrs. A. U. Swope are BRYANTSVILLE to Mr. Allen Sadler. ' congratulations over the arDelayed. Mrs. C C Becker and guest, Mrs. rival of a handsome son, Sunday. C C, Payne, of Jclfersonsvillc, Ind. MLuther Brooks, who left last have returned from a visit to Mrs. Mr A. T. Scott has purchased a week for Port Thomas, has been Beckers sister, Mrs. John Peters, of new Pord Sedan. Mrs. Payne was formerSchool sent to a training Camp In Georgia. Mackville. Tho Bryantsvillo High closed Tuesday. Dr. B. C. liose and his father, Mr. ly Miss Clara Bennett, who is well Mrs. B. C. Hose expects to leave G. B. Hose, have returned from a known und very popular here. stay In Philadelphia and LouisWIlo. soon for n trip to Indianapolis. BOOKKEFPING Hon. J, llogan Ballard" spent the was in Hon. J. llogan Ballard BuslBsu.Phonoarspby week-en- d in Cincinnati, where ho on business, Tuesday, TYPEWRITING and Frankfort TELEGRAPHY Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hulett were went to attend the "Shriners" Convention. smith hosts at an elegant dinner Sunday. (j( la tntmlitlU has totra Mr. A- - T. Scott expects to leave Iia4 fiudUal bualiiMa, Im 4 itr Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Drane and Fit or tint ttj4 bftnaUf Mrs. Norman Grow spent Friday In J .in a few days to visit his son, Mr. U&mWUJIt'll K. ior urra mm i.Hier isw. Lexington. Several from the District W. mm, lytIHSfifiiii" IUTH.UlUrttNtKn tf II Tho Centrr.! Record. Thursday. ilay 16, 1918. TEXTILE WORKER ENDS SUFFERINGS I GUNNS CHAPEL. HEPATIC The Spring term of school nt thli place closed Friday. .Mrs. Henry Tenter pcnt Sntur day with Mrs. W. 11. Kay. Mr nnd Mrs. (JeorRe Hall were in Lancaster, shopping, recently. .Miss Sallic I.ou Nnylor ;icnt thi week-enwith Mlts Lennn Ilollon. Mis Ilernlce Tenter was n guest of Miss Jessie .Myrtle Isbcll Thurs day night. Mrs. Minnie McCullcy nnd c'lil rireii spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn Thompa Davis. Mn tcr Johmc Davis tpnit sev.ir d in Lancaster with ni'i Mrs. K. 11. Chandlir. ..i si.a woia iriaoie an l jcisk 11. liny spent Monday night wit! .Mrs. Itobcrt Whittnker. Mailer Klmcr Ilricht Kny of lep tersville, spent Monday night witl Master William Hugh Kurtz. Mesdamcs John Wilson, Wm. Mc Cord nnd Drown Hampton have been here the guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Kindred. .dr. Willie Humphrey and Misj Dora Stotta of Jessamine were Jn ted in marringe nt the M. K. clmrrl here .May 5th, by the Kcv. N. G Young. SACRIFICE IF NECESSARY COMING AGAIN TO LANCASTER BY TAKING VIN FOR THE RED CROSS. No one can listen to the wounded soldiers, who have come here to tell us what the lied Cross is doing "over there" for the relief of the suffering soldier nnd civilian nnd not hnve his heart swell with admiration for the noble men and women, who regard less of thelrown comforts nrc working night nnd day at the risk of their life nnd limb to make their condition more bearable. It will nlsj make him want to open his purs strings nnd contribute his money to nid in inc glorious work. .Millions arc needed to finance it and every bod, Is expected to help to the extent of his ability. Let no one dodge t sc responsibility. Sacrifice if necess ary, for the cause which means c much to those who are fighting our battles for us and get ready for the drive of the week of May 20-2- 7 Wit every dollar that can possibly ',. SUN BROTHERS BIG NEW SHOWS Nashville Woman Was In Terrible Condition Until Persuaded ... In Tflkn Ihn Rrnal U... n aiuli: ncmcuy, Vln Hcpatica death," iifi Mln Nora Clay, Inllln vnrkrr. of Kill Ave am) llnm.Uny Nashville.. "I simply suffered tho panics nf and ( I sleep llko a baby. I heartily Vln ii,,,,i in auj ring from stomach trouble, ono surdlnlne.s. run ,,own ,,re0' Friday, May 24th. specks would appear before my eyes I wai dlitr and almoit had what they rail "blind stirrers Tlid suftVrlnic In my stomach wai Intense, there were ralahty (aw thlnits I rould rat at all and what t did rat and any medicine 1 took, didn't item to do mn any KMK "Had almost despaired or all hop when t read In the papers about Vln Hrpatlra. t decided to try It, and It Is a tlod's blessing to me tli.it I did, for I am now on the road to full recotery; am eating three rural a day without any distress In my stomach R. K MrKoh rnourh to keep a bird allvo be torn n lift tamo lo in p. "I could scarcely see. at times; blark Tenn.. and scarcely ate nu r.rnK J " Vln llrnatlca It cine- and la knoWn Tonlo It la a combination of eight of the moat u.iiirai nherral H)stcm I'urlfler and aa Naturo'a own i.iimirn, vcr ami Kidney es; Indigestion, comtlpatlon, Iter ll.i tin f .i... i.i.i sleeplessness, dlnlness, nenousness, slug-fcli- neroai reraedlea known to science for thnso who suSer We. strongly recommend thla great .Nature remedy. Come and rel n Imiiu and try it, on our recommendation. ou in like It and It w III do )ou good. rta. spared. ...mifi'illi n' MA" .I The Best Thing to A ft W-s- Miss lva liollon who has been n the Danville nnd fioyle County Hos pital for nn operation for append! litis, ha returned to the home Mr. nnd Mrs. John Land, where she if recovering rapidly. fog AN aching back may not mean ifeR !, l n SaaSBBBBaBSMMBQ Pure Paint You can depend on rair.t mad of pure white-loa- d and pure li. d til. It Rives v. r ar J longest we jr. covenne Dutch Boy wh.ti'-lcaJ- . rowed with pure lmsccd oil, male w atherprocf it. Dutch Boy Ppoenr: Brand White-Lea- d For tr.terlors, it smooth surface, wished. Anytir.:. Whether you buy of us ovtr the counter, by mail or by tcWphotn, you will liave tur t service. Our stock is complete and reliable. jres a beautiful, J. E. STOPMF.S and K E. MiROBl RTS. LET US LIGHT Y0UR1FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. On Monday night. May '1th. t', thing acrioui, but il certainly duct n't mean anything good Death Angel visited the htinv o Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis urt.l cl.ur.i When the kidneys are weak or s ed their old daughter, Ida dUordcred they ceaie to do their work, onJJ Instead of cleansing the Ma. Huniil was In the churchy.in blood c( impurities, the waste products here after a brief service Tuesday remain to attack the whole system, causafternoon nt J o'clock. A chorus ing aches and pains in muscles and joints, composed of the school children fur irregularities of the bladder, putfiness under eyes, biliousness, erratic appetite nished the music. To the bereuvei: and other ilia and ailments, parents we would say "Grieve r.ot ar those who have no hope but tur in your sorrow to the One who ligiv lens our Heavy burdens and gives Invigorate, stimulate and restore to health) rest to the weary heart." action the organs that filter and remove Mr. and Mrs. Frank Imd, Mr nnd the watte products therefrom. They strengthen the kidneys and bladder and Mrs. John Ijind were called to the tone up the liver. burial of little lluby Davis Kcenon, George McLaine, laughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Harob N. U., writes: 'I am a Turtle Lake, locomotive enKcenon, at Nicholasville, Tuesday gineer, I was troubled with my back, On Monday afternoon May Olh the llad bad paint and bladder troubled me Grim Kcaper entered the home of often through the day and night. I took Foley Kidney Pills and 1 was relieved in Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Davis, parents a couple of days.' of Mrs. Kcenon, where they were If you have reason to suspect thai visiting and claimed this beautiful your kidneys are overworked, weakened and beloved little one. Dentil wus Of diseased, the best thing to do is to give them help Foley Kidney lue to bronchial pneumonia. Little Fills come immediately, 50c in two sizes, and $1.00. lluby had only been here a little STOKMES DUUUG STOKE. more thnn three yeors to brighten the lives of those to whom she was so dear. In such hours of grief nnd Birds Remember Kindness. srrow there is only One to whom Illrds nre naturally ery friendly to we can turn. We can think of the man. They make frlfiiils rnslly, and Lowly Nazarcnc, His great love for unless lolcnco Is threatened them u. nnd of how He dealt with little they never forget a kindness or favor. among Once food Is placed on n window sill ciiiMren when He walked men. I'.uby has only gone to an In the winter, when food for birds Is get, they return time nnd hard other, better world where she will again, to even though the Individual for continue to shine nnd beckon those gets to place morsels within tnelr who loved her to follow and dwell in reach. the Land of 1'est nnd Peace. JMeygdnpms AT 12:30 P.M. PROCEEDING i? THE FIRST PERFORMANCE GREAT NEW FREE 'EXHIBITIONS ON THE SHOW GROUNDS. JigSV -- WrfTZm TtJ 100 r-- L fj'mm S ONE BIG JOLLY JOYOUS JINGLING SPRING HOLIDAY 100--NE- W MODERN ACTS Acclaimed America's Cleanest and Most Unique Shows BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. cannot l dliputed. J. H. Dalton, farmer. Crab Or chard St., tanenster, says: "A year or two ago I had .trouble with my Kidneys. My back ached and was 1'. Oath Purposely Made Strlnaent The term "Iron-cla- d oath" has no CAN'T DENY IT. significance now. It was the name given to n very stringent oath of oi!k If This Hid Happened Elsewhere Inslea prescribed by congress In 1SC2 and at tho close of the Civil war for of Lancaster, You Migtt Doubt It. olllceholdcrs In tho stntes. was Intended to exclude The nverage man Is n doubter. from ofllcoIt all who had participated In This is not surprising tho public tho Civil war on tho Confederate side. have been humbugged so frequently nnd really had that effect because they they are skeptical, l'roof like the could not take tbo oath. following will stand inveit.'gutson. W. 0. R!GNY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Oilier; Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. .MMHltMIMHIMHIMHIMMIIimHUMHmMIHMMMHMMWMIIMMtU 2L DC 3C H HZZZIC OFFICIAL PREST-O-LIT- E iaitery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. 191S Dodge, Extra Tire and BumNew per, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 191G Overland extra Tire, starter $350. $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, sore and lame nnd my kidneys were irregular in action. I bought Dean's Kidney Pills nt K. E. MeKoberts and Sons Drug store, nnd used them. The backache left me nnd my kid neys were soon put in good order. I have had no return of the trouble.' Price COc, nt all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remed- yget Doan's Kidney Pills the same Foster-Mil-bur- n that Mr. Dalton had. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. V. TRAW TO GO HAT TOTAL ECLIPSE. total eclipso of the sun which will occur June 8th, 1018, will be the largest and most important of n life time In all the Southern states. A OVER THE Our Lit! stock of Straws was enntrnctrd for practically a year very much lower than now, and you'll find here TOP" when prices were a(.. The 3t3C fl anviiie 3LI( Buick Go Danville, Kentucky. IC L. D. CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. 3C 1C 31 IE This eclipse will be visible throughout the United States, the eclipse being total along a path about seventy miles wide extending from Portland, Oregon, through Denver, Colorado, Jackson Mississippi, and Orlando, Florida. In all other parts of the United States it will be partial. On the central line of totality tho duration of the total phase will vary from one minute nnd eleven seconds in Florida to two minutes and five seconds in Oregon. Figured from the Atlantic the phases of eclipses will occur in the ninetieth meridian time as follows) Eclipse begins 4:35:58 P. M. Middle of eclipse, 5:35:50 P. M. Eclipse ends 0:12 P. M. Brown Tinted Stiff Yatcnes, Lerfhorns, Bangkoks, Panamas, Splits and Sennets, and Fancy Braids of all Kinds Al Prices Practically the Same as Last Year's. Remember, we sell good Straw Hats and only good Strawfor every kind of bead except a cabbage head, for $2.50 to $6.00. PARKS THE QUALITY SHOP. & HENDEEN. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.' The Central Record, Thursday, May 16 1918. H si mut I S. D. COCHRAN RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION. The United will on I I' beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.. at my farm known as the Berkele place in Bryantsville, Ky., sell to the highest bidder, the following live stock: foal extra good six year old walking horse; bay mare 1 brown mare with mare mule colt at foot; black to Jack; mare with horse mule colt at foot; four year old bay mare horse mule colt at foot; bay mare, good harness work mare; 1 seven year old buggy mare, gentle; three year old year old family horse"gentle for horse unbroken; 1 1 pair two year old horse mules; year old dies sure"; good milker; black cow and calf; four yea r old black 1 four year old Jersey milk cow; extra good year old sey milk cow, calf by side; two year old extra nice Jersey yearling Steer; weanling heifers; 1 two year old Steer; red heifer calf; 1 good eight months old short horn bull; pound good high grade one year old Hereford Bull; seventy pound shoats; stock hogs; 5 ninety pound shoats; 1 good brood sow; extra good Poland China "bred"; 1 Duroc Jersey sow; Surrey, sows and pigs; 1 Thursday, May 23rd 2 buggies; new Buck Board. folding Some household goods, walnut bed stead, bed, feather beds, and other household goods. Some ing implements. day of sale. Term made known Mrs. H. J. Tomlisison, Brpntsville, Ladies of RED CROSS Will Serve Lunch. MT. HEBRON raging in Whooping cough this section. Mesdames Win. Duncan and Joseph Hicks remain quite ill. Mr. Jas Stone is erecting a new dwelling where he now lives. Mrs. Scott Huffman who has been real sick Is improving rapidly. II r. Thomas Montgomery nas his and will house about completed move Into it this week. Miss Lavina Montgomery of the Lancaster exchange, is at home suffering from neuralgia. from Quite a number of folks different places have been fishing at Lock 8, the past week. Dean were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan at Nicholasville, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs John Vanderpool and daughter, Miss Hattie Lou, and Mrs. Koko.no, of Keith ami children, Ind., arc with relatives here. by Miss The pie supper given Kate Holticlaw and pupils at Local' Jrovo, Saturday night was well cttended nnd about $17 was realised, whicji will be used for the beneft tf ths school. Mt. Hebron and Buckjye churchD. es rcjer.tod their j.astor, J!cv. Sibwtian, with nio:iy to defray 1 'a cxponiet to the Esuthern Dap-1s- t Convention, wh'.eh ctnv.ves ct Hot Sfrinji Arit., this week. V lere v. ill nc serview at this place Sv'.ur-tr- ; and Sunday at the usual hear . HAIN'T LICK Dinny .ai a visitor Mr. Jariea in nichmonti, Monday. Mrs. John W. UUford of Cincin-- j natl, visited his sutcr, Mrs. Conn, recently. Quite a number from this plan went to Richmond Monday 'night hear Private Peat. of Mr. Will Champ and family Lancaster, wero guests of his mother, Sunday. Miss Christine Metcalf, of Lancaster, was the guest of Miss Ava McWhorter, Monday night. Miss Annie Ilello Ballard, of Lancaster, was the guest of her sister, Mrs, J. G. Davis, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hedriclc and little daughter, of Lexington, visited relatives here the first of the week. t. fur the County of Oar-rnron FOR SALKi One FoiUr range, Ky., to b held at W. D. Walker May 23th. 191 S, to fill the pesltiim good aa new. uf rural carrier at Paint Llek, and TOR SALK: All kinds of garden vn.'inciaj that may later occur on I. P. Thompson. rural route from otntr post offices plants. county. The d in the For Sale: Seme good bnled liny. exnmlnatlcn will le open only to J, II. Woods, Manse, Ky. male cltiuiis who ntc actually domiciled In the territory of a wt office 1 WANTKD: good house paintin the county nnd who meet the other requirements set forth in Form ers, 40c an hour. It. S. Moore, linrastcr, Ky No. T.177. This form and application blanks may be obtained from TOR SAI.K: Several regutered the offites mentioned nbove or from Red llerkshlre boars. United States Civil Service Comthe t. J. W. Klmore. mission at Wahirgton, D. C. Apto plications should be forwarded Sale: First class cultivated at hemp seed. See or call the Commission at Washington practicable date. the earliest t. Hoyd Isom, Phone 33S-M- . WOMEN MAY APPLY. During the continuance of the FOR SALK: Three Ford tour-in- g present war the Commission will. In cars and one Roadster. All in a true friend. request of the good condition. accordance with the White and Riddle, Resolved that our best tribute to 1 in Post Office Department, admit womPaint Lick, Ky him and his memory is to emulate up en to rural carrier examinations 1 his strength of character, his deFOR SAI.K Kfl barrels of corn In men. on the same ccnditlons ns votion to iluw, nnd to be found shuck, near Judon Ky. 1 I.ke him who p!:icd mot nobly a N. II. Hogie. Lexington Ky. Worth While Qittitien. man's part m tlu church ne loscd, 1 Learn tu In- - pl.nvtl uiili ntTjtliln ; and among tiii feltcun ouuidu the Ith wealth i fur n II mnk tu of 1 For your War Garden. Tomato .Lurch. tit'tii'Ilt to lhen; uliti iwtty fnr not Resolved, That to his bereaved hnslng much tu en re fur nnd with nt plants ready for setting out. lafive Hudson Frisb:e family, we express our profound scurlty for Mini tineiivlil. 1'lutarch. 1 five sorrow and our heart-fel- t sympathy, CORN WANTKD: Will pay praying for them the help nnd sup1 Daily Trau:-t- . cow, h;g .est market price for good c rn port of thiir Heavenly Father nnd Kocrei's Infinite nt lu- - - ihre miit 1 4 Jerthat behind this sjre trial may slwuya be, hut tin untlipat niuniie us Hurdette Ramsey, Paint Lick. K niiiilnjl) trldnl, Cod's tiiere be for them 2 comfort has a irlft. - lilcli Is nilar t. !i . , a:il which, and God's peace. FOR SALK:-10.0nnew onk split 1 1 worthily useil, him ! ii ("ft iiImi iu Uo It further Resolved, That n his race tobacco sticks. Clarence Creen, forever. Itti.ln. 1 copy of these resolutions be spread Paint Lick, Route 2. upon the minutes of this church and 9-- 125 Plea for Architectural Harmony, a copy given to the Central Record FOk SALK 18 month old black It fms, hut 3 for publication: also u copy sent to we"Architecture tn I'iv;, n tini.lc," our Polangus Hull calf. Price In would tmve ?83 no the Western Recorder for publica- ears If pituip of iur rural nri'li.ti-ctu1 sow, Chas. Rlgsby. tion. tlx- harslmulil thaw out. Why ilm Buck-Boar- d, Crab Orchard and Stanford pikes 1 1 2 P. II. Hopkins. mony we appreciate In mulc and 1 Clay Sutton. minting imt iipur In our htilldtn.'a. WANTKD: Cood all nroun particularly la their relation tu iirh hand to work in lumber jnrd S. II. Sanders, 1 1 Five . Prank A. ISuurne. In the lluuw room house nnd garden, Committee. Uln-ron pave farmWhereas, On May 5, 13 IS, death ment. A. II. Ilastin nnd Co, claimed S. D. Cochran, who had for FOR SALK: One llrooder I am several years served on the Hoard No Better Combination. on of Trustees of the Lancaster GradIt Is a atruuiri- - thltu that people still selling eggs nt the old price ed School, whu always looked to should toluntnrlly miss so much of Krle C. Farm, Single Comb Drown Leghorns the best interests of the cummun- - heauty In thrlr Ihi'S. Put It Is n fact (liu h,u..iri, w.n....itl..n .l.u.d ,1.1, ity ns well ns the welfare of the Ih.t II- i children, and who discharged his j placo aa much i iuihul u;ion tlie hrnry In tho Iimne ns should he placed. HEMP SKKD: Wanted to conj duty without fear or favor; there- Make your llhniry the renter of jnuri tract for n large number of bushels fore be it hiiiiie. Huy goo,) hooks and rend them A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. Resolved, That in the death of logrtiu-r- . for mere la no rrieuu iu of new cultivated hemp seed. Fall delivery. Mr. Cochran, this Hoard Price 15.50 per bushel. of Trus n nook and a hook." A. M. Shely. tees has lost a faithful and efficient member, the school a true friend,' Queer Post Omc Nimes. OLD TALSE and the community a good citizen, j fitrni:e nsraes hawi often TEETH WANTIID DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. Resolved, That we tender ourlclven to post iiIIIcm In the United Xews was received here the past Would Make Thl:k ZrrOi Crust Gaf-neWc pay up to SIS per set. a n place week of the death of Mr. Wm. family; 'Slates. The latest list Also Tlu amount of lur.i! lmw sen level sympathy to the bereaved n thi world miiiiM f-i- ' . ii rrut S00 that these resolutions be recorded in 'culled Ace. In Missouri; n Affinity In cash for Old Cold. Silver and l,rokn who for many years was a resi-- I thick If evenly i'.-.- i Virginia, a Han-foIn Ocurcta, Jewelry. Check .mil r.ll oth our minutes and a copy given sent by return dent of this place. He and Mrs. hUbn- - mail. Coods held 10 days ,5,owot ulohe. the Central Record for publication. I1 ',1li,foo, Gafne-- had recently moved to Charfor senderx approval of our offer. Maier'a Tooth Virginia, J. A. Heailey, Committee. In North Carolina, a Difficulty In Wio-mlti- f. to make leston, West Specialty, DepL A., 2007 S. 5th HU, their Jiome with their daughter. and a Mud In Tojav The THE LAST RED Pa. office doesn't cure, of rour, ho Ionic I'lilladelphia, closed The Consolidated School as the name la written trgltily und the Friday the Oth. We were greatly-inspireREPORT OF THE CONDITION CROSS WAR FOND county and statu are glwn. by an address by Dr. Can-fiel- d How was the last Ited Cross War on of Central University, Africa a Large Block ct Land. Thursday evening at the graduating Fund spent? This is a fair question REPORT OF THE CONDITION Nearly of the earth's aur and It is fairly answered in tha exercises. Misses Mable Hall and within continent Bank fare Is cumprlstHl Is as thearound the Murli Ledford and William Caldwell detailed and itemized reports which of Africa, and It far This clos- have been published In the newswere awarded diplomas. coast of Africa as It Is around ed the most successful school year papers of every town and city of the Kvery eighth person of the for Paint Lick. On Wednesday land. Kir LASLAMEK. KY.. AT TIIK wortd'a population lives In tho dark BANK, evening. Miss Patrick's Expression You never saw the reports? Then Tho blacks double their continent. assisted by local talent gave nsk the olTicers of our local chapter, Close of Business, Miy 10, 1918 clas, number every 40 years und white every (No. l ilt l.i SO n very amusing comedy, "Fun on because the I'ed Cross War Council There aro 813 languages Or LANCAaTKIt. K1AT and dialects spoken among the Muck play wants you to know where your monKCiUl'KCKS, The Limited". the Podunk lllVl'OUHL VI JMU w.li us of Africa, but only n few of them writ was well produced and speaks well ey went. u,rilrll.. rcrrl I.. IJvll2 The Close of Business, May 101918 1 500 They say in France nnd Italy nnd a ten. Vancouver Dally Sun. for Miss Patrick's training. Quite I'n.vciirrtl . lunowi a large crowd was present and a stricken countries that Ameri-ic- n t. a llouil. i ilvHi.ltrui to .rctirv etr MI.UU llO u.ntloh i.r v.'i.-. p. jitj sum talen in at the door. have (' Ut . ll.,ti1 ami cvrtltU-atKed Cross relief supplies Man Imltttei Nature's Works. KKSUl'KO.11. Mil I'ltllll... UHUtl ml tl,'uuui. ti..; i tii .TJ sT UII)1m1kv1 We a way of coming through on time. hucct'ctliMl In (uni'lnitliiS iuue DO, Urvnlr.il.. .tcurrU t un mm ii n t tin tho (IfjdliH nf tin Italy did not find the Ited Cross tJ.nllM U.S'i Iff 'flit Mint imiiivh I'uwcuiimI 1 17 11'Hnl. ilo..li-i- iu 1 wr I'm. il 7V Hi rlr of the nlr. In tmr mntrntUni fur ciiln when wanting in promptness her I'.l uiriil. Mistilaljy iiukIci,!! fin. lion iluvl . M,uto(io nnl proirrrxH, Imt Hnu iimmiiilUli U.S. H(jii1i!tievrtini-if- . CI..TO 0) frcat trial came. And Koumania Uf UMIU-t'tKWrnl ilvfm IUua (Ut mcnt' urn hut nf rrinl iwrfti'tlon. Mlirl said no allied nation couM get ULut nt s)iiitctiu(tii l'..MO iMr cni of nr. fnr million, tlirtirUlilrtU.i 4 nii.irari (0 liait rtaiKU, YhJiiv u( lutikluit Utilise tow it) Tor tiHuttiil through to help Koumania in her Lawful Diiny j i k'i tmi .ul iMtr rvul t SUw Htlh tlw mum tinvWiii'ii t!.h;.MU'! by UU.1IV Hk.il, uh I'.illirltt. Hut the American I'ed ire need. UIh-i- i liionRterx. nti'l th' nlr ty wIiikiiI crt'ii I'j "l vol HoimImIMi l, i'mh III Wilt tm. Nfl UKUUt l ross found a way. Immiu. wiuct ij,. c trinu iiatttrui Unnkt turi'ft. Tin- 4jhti,:ii lin" hmH i' : p'titit lire Sri unit itf flout titiiklti lituk- H is not nlwcjs n c'eap v.ny. mri'l ll'iltrMlo'i" iii'l th vry ro ' illUt Itl.llUllllX .Mtfk. OM&11.41 UII ' :o (0 Mill ,4) lilljl r, nll.l.lil.lt-t- ) l'i itvm U. II Iflial 'nm4l(l"si othr k have' nitMn in But did liLe new ".Needs must" cost monev. 2i tjt nrH uii't !i v' nf ii.- .. iiii th It llr..rir H.i(i. 1M Grala your old floors to il'i nrlit of .ut,.rt.ilunl I 0 (HI . I iift'kst uti uttsf r liaiika In tlit- nkiHiw f, pr.iU-ctlwNamcl is hsrdwocd, Ch l.''fi fntit.il to Ih th. iihi you give that money to bo saved or Valll.ul IliiUu.j Inui.... Hi D.Hl U sshahlc, tanlt iry, ltng-- carin;, easily riiri.liin aiwaxture. 1. 14 1. 'ttl IV W lit Are you willing to Tout i.l IllHIl I 'fill)i. 14. IT i j save lives? ltwlul ih., mv ullti IVImi- trm Jl applied and costs about 2 cents a al !v.nr Hatiii NIMl l W in pay five dollars or fifty to bring KriWiii li d Rote That Changsi Color. foct. Leirn about quire vntili t '.ll IIIil.iliit-tii- .ltdannul! tlli Itlli'l with V. r. nl d ) something of comfort to a w varminfi, enarrrs aru omcr Niid itn fiom r h TirnaHrrr White In I lie shade, nil In Hie sun tinnhcj f jr Lome use. ToTii. f.i,vin:i audi l the twufoM ihnriicter that hn Nvt a an. iluo trtMii l..Hk. .ut t.nk and tortured mortal who, but for "". sti'l SiorcJ roniinnW. nlli.r your gift, would surely die? sitt'ii n imiue to the "chameleon run'." LUHIMllKfi. limn lnrl.l.lr.1 In liul II. II A . . IWI1KJU0 At nlkiii. or when It Is carried Into u " And of one thing you may be Ciiinl nick istlil la I" un iitlir hiiuk. In the .in' In your lull tit r will leach von t My'ir lima r. r.HMIlas liiik dark mum. It iiaumea u waxllku wlilli-iii'tut. ure: Not one penny of that first I'lt'ilvhir.i inri ftln ! fine mitjti, est feprtChi Nimtl pro--((! ili-- r ihnii ll.m 111 BP li tcnUlit confinJ Is Tills does nut occur ulirnptly, Re4rin.ou fmiil will, f, K Tf.-urvui.dred million dollars, given to the Lr4tiirrvni r.a known (t.t In t.i,r-l- wi ! itibt mitHikdii. tot II. .'I. "l hut the petals tint puna throuiili a siMtilii twin t'. M.Tlt'.i. lfr'l ktlltltf f r T 1,.7 t' II IV bit i tti Mttua 111 mount ri'rre.i Cc I Cross last summer, has gone for erut'4l,Mtl HI hlulsli tint, wlili Ii rapidly chaiiKea Into Nutf imUtaii'llmc Tolsl TU Obis Vmih Co.. CUwund un thing but war rellaf. The Ked ttritlnti iv 'lur'o NatldtiM. Hanks) Nrt 4unmnt U ii wry pnle rose, mid Dually ends hy 'lue i nl I.IAI1ILITIKH Iriss War Council, now asking for Nt imtrnmiitlrUukf. Itiktrt Iu purest white. Then, If It hecoiiilni: the luilivr than irtnt MI.I1MI (VI rtmU-In 11 rx.'i It Is taken Into hrlvht sunlight, with the L'ipllil.lock I'.U u athcr hundred million, pledges liitKl i' I liomi .v.' ul M (A M) Huipluafuud.. l .IU) IM greatest rapidity it resumes the scarlet l li.jlu.K.l priim ,e same kind of expenditure. I9,U0IH7 lU'llvulu)Mjrs4ii uojrcc iirrt-iii In vs..iiMr., 9I.UH SI tint nt thu imikt brilliant peony. This In the Red Cross there is no high (Vrlirird I'hrcka Ut t.r.tii!iltiv.!ll I.Toa ht IT III. lihenoiucnun comes from Japan. Aliii.mil rvMTYi'il tor uivs aceiuvd u.ried burcuuersey, no extravn Tout rii IHtit dtfoUsi, I 'tln-- r ('lrciiiNiiint Nut.. uul.tHUillna MI.I..I IU urtnisilut 1 tilil'llllll All thinlMiuk Itritt XI, V:utJct t'l expense. TWit administration T. M. i.'i- -i :i KeorrtV. di lo N.tluiitl luk. ... UITUJ "Length of th Law." Nrl ,, iltir lii liankt auil liaim.l. 3h.SiM'I tttM 11 le higher oiflcinls and nine-tent(oltitr thsil iiti 1,, Crrtlflftit' Of (I?MlHOtlirr The phrase, "Tho'leiitfth of tin) law," 1,, .S ... I ii nrl'JI tbsii) fnr iMOiK jr 1riottrl) ... ,.f tho workers aru unpaid valun owes Its origin to tho enormous leuctb Iu4lfttUaltlirH)lllaabjeCI or nrP'iMiia, nils We are exclusive a7enti for he The cost of raising and col Tfllil t llUr tuehvek. It din 44 siMir i Jrct products advcrtiied in the national migi-tine- i. tecrs. of some of the pariluneut rolls upou I'nilliil clivcks... a;, ii l,UIMk( 41.lltil n lecting the first Red Cress war fund Wr We know their worth by actual teit which tho undent stututes of Omit n1 77 Total . . HT juit ai wc (elect every article in our ttock. was about cue-haof one per cent, thrllt miiip(tiD4lt Beet .l MA 1 llrituln were Inscrlbwl. Tho present-daTTt. more than covered by the bankin: official title of tho "muster of the BTiTsorKsarcciv,l'oeaTvor(littp tit CaiNmtl Clfff ValU I. k'mii'O r.Couarr orlliaasao, ill rolls" Is u reminder of this un- Dami-t- l H. C lllxnr, I'a.Miir ol llif ab.na interest on the money. inioii.rlismp. awrar thai tlivalioiv bank. I. W, l'lilvr of ths alovt named dent custom. Home faint Idea slatvuieiit ts do aolvmitlxb.l ol inf kaowlr.!. Your Red Cross needs this second trua totba 4 H.D.Ptaar, coW Aut Fialtbt hundred million to lighten Just a meui'utru.toitx u.intiujt kuof Irdie ad of the bulk of the English records may auiiwllal. ptlKllteo. IHttUg. c.liUr ltkl U W. K. CL.mii. O.hl.t be obtained from tho fact that a single 8ub.crlWl ul sworn lo bt lor a nia Ibli IMrt tkow fjut triikJi uitki. Vint a4 little of the awful load of misery bllr. Kilb.crlt1 sild .wuru 10 blor m tblslMb, statute, the laud d.jol M.fHI.. U'.O, Hlsurr. tax commissioners' Your share is all dr oi Mir uii. H.O. iKnnr.Nourir I'utillc. Kotarr public. "over there". act, puMed In the Urat year of tb faraltuit Paltsb im My CommtMloustplr.s Tub UWi. Iiirssitar. that you can give and then a little Mr Coaimls.loa Kiplrt. Jauutrj 14, UM. Uia tfsii relgu of George IV measures wheu un- CoaascTAtuatl Corisct Altv.l-n r. W. M.HLllott I ii union more. ) bit upward of 000 feat I itebubotli I Olisctort. rolled J, E.aroaMia. iDlractori. I. i. W'niaa. Drug Will you hold up your end? Sunday lleruld. Alas l(. Iisaav.l HIllllST llcbsoa) SUE VI ,rcas, It ha pleased Ood to call t a i the roll of membership of the Lancaster Ilap'.irt church, D. . Cochran, who illcil suddenly m Sum'ny May Sth. 1013: nr..! i Whereas, Brother Cochran, an ce'lve men. her cf the llaptist church J for t .e part of Irs life, was for several years the clficlent nnd faithful Superintendent of the Sun- day School and nt the time of his death n member of the Heard of t Deacons, devoted much time nnd thoUKht ns well as means to the U port of his church, keeplnR always I In mind the church's welfare nnd I the advancement of the cause of J Christ; always strong in the Fnlth, ' firm in convictions, wise In counsel, steadfast in purpose, earnest and sincere in the performance of every iuty to God nnd his fellow man, never compromising with wrong; j therefore, be ,lt Resolved, That in his death this church has lost an earnest and consecrated worker and each member Classified Column Sen-ice 1J States Civil crn.-utice- ! Cermlnien ni Fresh ear of lime aid cement. A. II. Bastin nnd S. n. Lncter 1 liii'i'r ln to'w" '"J"'" nt c. I Citizens National NATIONAL ter MmIttMtanttt tr It: I rirtf I'll) lak lr. 4tt i.l .i I.. wti 4 McRoberts Store.