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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 20, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918062001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 20, 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. t - THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWKNTY NINTH YEAR A s LANCASTER. KY.f THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 20. 1918. REPUBLICANS NAME NUMBER 12. The beautiful cup which the Kaiser awarded to tho American winner DON'T WORRY TOO MUCH of his yacht race has turned out to The womnn who rnn can nrvl will he not gold, hut pewter The golABOUT THAT SOLDIER BOY .an ii helping to win the war. den priics with which he dazzles the Worrying about that boy of yours The hnttlo of the Mnrne nppcars eyes of the German people with all over there? Then read this from the prove to he equally deceptive. he tho battlr of thr Marine. ti pen or William Allen White. Report has it that federal author"Don't worry too murh about that Kxlt tho school, enter the bathing ities have ren oved from n safety soldier boy. True he hasn't guna to bench ami the awlmmlng hole. deposit vault in New York $350,000 a pink tea affair, hut the Govirnr.unt Velvet Dean Meal the be.l feed worth of precious atones. It is raid or nny other insurance company in and that they form pnrt of the Russian the land is willing to bet thirty to llud.on, Hughe for hogi. Farnau. crown Jewels and that they were one he will come bnck after the war. In the vault by the wife of n And you might consider that thirty- Deep grief anil enduring pride rn-t- placed rtnmp n month will give tlic Knlcr a lump, K. P. A. SUMMER MEETING THE "LIMIT MEMBER" HONOR Twenty CANDIDATE. At Crib Orchard Springs. .. Aiiricnn U..1' homes with the ens- - 'Ijts, Can you refine lo loan your savings when other men give their live.7 Iluy War Saving. Stamps. Mr. II. II. Blanks sold n splendid work hone to the Garrnrd Milling Company last week for $1E0. There is nothing selfish about the I'nlted States, even if she did have nn eclipse all to herself a few days aco. The rotton stocking is really more patriotic than the silk stocking, although mime people consider it a little slacker. If you cannot get your favorite brand of tobacco, just think how bo) a in the trenches thorc nru enjoying iU flavor. C2'J new ships were built tn Amerof ica during the first five months war-wor- this year. "We have our ships ing, a sailing on the sea. A war savings, stamp is the only thing ou can buy with the utter cer t nty that it will be better In live , nrs than it was the day you bought It Give our Navy every younhlf lo your ability boy. in the Army and Pledge fighting chance. .ave lo the ulmo.t of and lo buy War Saving. Stamp.. America Is thrilled by the exploits of her trois on the Marne. She will keep her enthusiastic feelings, and after the war is over will tell them to the marines. y The American brand of courage of gayety. has a strong infusion to Witness our boys who advanced battle at Veullly with their helmets bedecked with poppies. "Closed on account of sickness" is n sign observed on a Chicago drug, tore. We had always supposed that eickness was the very thing which kept the drug stores open. Remember! tha man in our Army and Navy Stamp.. 'do not eipact luiuries. Should we at home aspect them? Buy nece.iitla. and War Saving. Dr. J. W. Weber, the Foot Doctor, who guarantees to remove all bles of the feet, without the use of House, Office Simpson n knife. Consultation and advice free. Between the requirements of more wheat for the allies and more money to support the army Uncle Sam must continue to tighten his belt and loosen the straps of his pocketbook. The Herman generals have often set dates when they will dine in ParHut it is not reported that the is. Paris restaurants nre laying in any applies of snuuiges or sauerkraut. During the last two weeks the lege graduate in his commencement ndJress has been busy informing the world how campaigns should be r mlucted and bow governments !ould be financed. Your common .enie will tell you that you cannot buy now all the thh.ga vcu bought before we had a wal to win. Your buying mu.t be restricted and your .aving. inve.ted In War Savings Stamp.. Tho other day the Woman's Suf. frago question bobbed up serenely ;u It submerges ir-in the senate. fc long periods and then surprises ry cue by coming to the surface. It'- ihc American craft has never c 'cd explosive on board. Oregon the eclipse was total fifty miles wide. The Lena In this district had never c ii n to a study of astronomy or of tho causes of natural phenomena. They went to reost when the sky darkened, and lost two irretrivnhle hours out of their lives, ! o - a strip ..i Corn Flour I. the best sub.tltute for wheat. Use on half corn flour and on half wheal flour for bi.cutts .and light bread and you will bo surprised at tho result. Wo have Corn Hour, wheat flour and kiln dried corn mcai in sacas. Hud.on, Hughes and Farnau. The Republican Committee of the Congressional Eighth district of Kentucky met In Danville last Monday afternoon and unanimously decided upon Judge V. W. Jones, of Columbia, Ky., ns their candidate for the Republican nomination for Congrcs in this district. The state primary wilt be held in August nnd it is doubtful if Judge Jones will army one persons were killed In vehicle have nny opposition from his party. an American man posing lieutenant. It sounds like n tale accidents in New York last month, from the Arabian Nights and n Sher- more than were killed by (lerman lock Holmes rtory rolled Into one. gunfire in France, and that last year more than 7,40ft persons were killed In tralfic accidents in New York, RED CROSS NOTES County Agent, W. It. Rogers has more than twice the army's loss, in Work In the local Ited Cross room eluding death from disease in train tendered his resignation to the Fiscal although ing camps during the period from Court and it has been accepted, very is going on unceasingly, they are short in some of the mater- the declaration of war until January much to the regret of the court nnd tho many friends that Mr. Rogers has ials. Last week forty hospital shirts 1st." made since coming to Garrard counwere shipped, ty a little over a year ogo. Mr. RogYOU DO WHAT WILL ers has made an ideal County Farm Agent, full of energy nnd right up I C. (iullcy has moved Mr. his TO STOP SUCH THINGS? to the minute in every branch of his (',. M. Lyons, laundry to the store of work. He leaves next Saturday for President Wilson, while reviewing the University of Wisconsin for a where it will remain for the future. the lied Crocs parade in New York, special course .Mr. (iullcy has accepted a position at the summer school at Mussels Shoals, Ala., in n Nitrate I was greeted by a Canadian soldier, there, in Radio and Telegraphy. He invalided homcfrom the front, who plant now under construction at this is doing this as a supplementary place. Mrs. (Iullcy will look lifter had been taken into the Canadian work for the training he expects to army despite the fact that he was Til take up nt Great Ijikcs, III., in the the laundry during the absence of years old when the authorities learn- fall. At which time he will volunher husband. ed that his son was one of thoc that teer his services for some branch of German soldiers crucified tn a burn the military service. LOOK HERE! door. What would ou lo to stop Do you think On Saturday afternoon, next, at 2 such fiendish things? o'clock, Jur.e 22nd, Col. Am Ilournc it much of n sacrifice to pledge your- CHAUTAUQUA STARTS will cry n rale at the J. II. Kemper self to save and to buy War Savings HERE NEXT MONDAY. plnre, on the Lexington pike, for the Stamps? German airplanes recently bombed purpose of selling a lot of furniture, Chautauqua opens The Redpath Hoverdishes, chairs, pictures, n harrow, a large American hospital. here next Monday afternoon with the plow and a quantity of other very ing at low altitudes, every effort was most attractive live-da- y program Terms made to hit the main building, which ever pulled off in our city. ueful hourhold articles. Mr. was conspicuously marked with the Cash. Renumber the date and be hns Thomas Roe, the Bed Cross emblem Doctors and been in the city since last Monday, on hand. nurses removed our wu.ir.dul hoys to and has decorated the city from end Capt. Am Bourne. Auct trenches previously due for sucli em- to end, to say nothing of advertisergencies. National War Savings ing he ha; done throughout the BARN Day gives an opportunity It register county. .Mr. .' Uice had the misfurtune inn practical way jour w that sue!) The ticket committees are can to lose his large barn last Thursday things must end. vassing the town and county, taking night by fire, the origin of which wus up the pledged tickets und selling Only a few months ago unknown. of The full nmount new tickets. Mr. Bice lost his country home by RURAL SCHOOL tickets have not yet been sold and it fire. The burning of his barn brings COMMENCEMENT. is hoped that everyone will buy some n loss of about $800, with only $300 of the tickets, as several dollars will insurance. The Hural School Commencement be saved by buying the season tickKeep your property insured with will be held in Lancaster at the ets. It will save lots of time and Graded School on August 28th, dur- trouble if those who have pledged E. C. (lames. ing the week of the Institute. Di- for certain number of tickets to call plomas will be uwurded to the fol- on Mr. Fred P. Frisbie and take them BUSINESS CHANGE lowing graduates: up at once. These pledges must be Sadie Buble, Mabel Mayet. Ches- met promptly and The firm of Scott and Marsec of the guarantee BryanUville, have dissolved partner- ter Ford, Welbern Poor, Orion must be paid the Redpath agent be Gladys Hamilton, Hubert fore noon on next Monday. With ship by mutual consent, Mr. Scott retiring to take up his work as Coun- Ford, Marie Ruble, Kachel Scott. out the support of the public and the ty Tax Commissioner, having been Betsy Currcns, Mattle Mayes, Ophel- prompt redemption of the pledges, elected to this lucrative position last ia Lane, Julia F. Lowry, Elizabeth the guarantors will be losers. Every November. Mr. Noah Jr, King, Lewis T. Sutton, Maud loyal citizen should back up this retains the entire stock of merchan- Bourne, Emily Bourne, Lillic Mae splendid movement, which has the Delia Fay Blanks, Iola unqualified dise, and will be pleased to see his Arnold, support of President customers, which he will make every Brown, Margaret Doty, Anna Faye Wilson. King, A. B. Estridge, Jewell Waleffort to please. The season tickets nre $2.00 and Led-forlace, Mellaril Davis, Beulah should you attend each entertainF.dna Underwood. Minnie Jen- ment during the five days, buying CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. nings. Jennie Barr, Joe Bowman, admission tickets each time, the Caldwell, amount would be almost double the Beulah F.dwards, Peyton Bible School 10:00 A. M. Elsie Howard, Callie Scott, Lena Worship, 11:00 A. M. cost of the season tickets. Arnola Ramsey, Nancy JohnSermon theme, "A Call To The Malear, son, Clyde Hughes, Ethel Heights." VAGRANCY LAW TO BE Y. P. S. C. E., 7:15 I. M. All Orville Meadows, Walker Robinson. young people urged to be present. UPHELD IN LOUISVILLE. The evening service will be quite NOTICE ALL TO a special feature in our church activ Chief of Police, Ludlow Petty, of law- - ns ities for the summer. The Christian REGISTRANTS. Louisville, says the vagrancy piisLei! by the last legislature will be Endeavorers will have the program A special sermon will be On and after July 1st, 1018, nny enforced in Louisville nnd that he in charge. preached by the pastor, subject, registrant in class One, Two, Three will not attempt to interpret the law, or Four, wherever he may be located, but that it will be up to the courts "The Mizpuh Benediction". if found to he an idler or to be en- to do that. The law in a nutshell is gaged In any occupation or employthis, and it is Just as applicable in bond ment, described In the Selective Ser- Lancaster as it is in Lo'uisville. The election held at the School vice regulations, to be a ALL MUST WORK. Auditorium lust Saturday, to leave occupation or employment, From Hi to fiO years of age. voters of the Lancaster (.rail- - all Local Hoards shall immediately t tile hours each At least thirty-si- x ed and High school district, the ques said registrant. week. tion whether the trustees shnll issue following The are specifically IT IS NO DEFENSE bonds of said district for the sum of specified as persons coming under That accused has money, property $.',000 to purchase additional lunds this head; or income sufficient to support himadjoining the rrhool property, con"1st. Persons engaged in the self and liependints. .' 4 sisting of acres, was curried. serving of food and drink, or either, That he is unable to get work. was held from one in public places, including hotels and The election THE LAW IS VIOLATED o'clock until six o'clock nnd during rocial clubs; , When the accused is idle a week that time 101 persons voted, 100 2nd, Passenger elevntor opera- cr portion thereof. voting for the issue and four oppos- tors and attendants; and door men, A RESIDENT UNDER THE LAW ing it. Quite u number of ladies foot men, tariiage openers nnd other la any male person found in the voted, attendants in clubs, hotels, stores, State. apartment houses, office buildings A VAGRANT IS and bath houses. Anyone who habitually idles anyMORE SOLDIERS LEAVE 3rd, Persons, including and other where. Anyone habitually intoxicated FOR CAMP TAYLOR. attendants, engaged and occupied in and in connection with games, sports Any drug fiend. Twenty-nin- e colored boys were nnd amusements, excepting actual A professional gambler. entrained hero yesterday for Camp performers in legitimate concerts, d Any person supported Taylor, the names of those leuving operas, or other theatrical per- in whole or In a part by any woman were given in the Kcrord last issue. formances; or child. Lieut. S. P. Williams, of Camp Tuy- 4th. Persons employed In domesTHE PENALTY IS lor came up on the morning train and tic service. From $20 to $100 fine. took charge of the boys, A large 5th. Sales clerks and other clerks, Sixty days' work on public roads crowd assembled at tho depot to see employed In stores or other mercan- or streets or any public work being them off. Another Increment of tile establishments." done in county white men leave One-hal- f Monday. next By order of the Provost Marshal of pay goes to dependtn this General, dated Washington, There will be forty-seve- n D. C, ents. bunch, their names having already May 23rd, 1918. FAILURE TO MAKE ARREST They will be sent been published. Selective Service Board for Makes officers guilty of to Camp Taylor, and arcto report to Garrard County. of duty and subjeit to rethe Local Board Sunday afternoon. John M. Fsrra, Secretary. moval from office. The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association, met at Lexington Inst Monday nnd named July 18, 1!) and 20 as the dates nnl Crab Orchard the place for the Mid-Jul18, 10 and 20th ns the dates nnd Summer meeting. program will be completed In a by Secretary Alcock and will be mailed out to the members of the Association. ROLL Hare Already Subscribed and Work Just Started. Tho county ment" QUESTIONNAIRES Defered rogers resigns Registrants To Be Revised. ' laIdrymod By orders of the War Department, the Government Agents, Appeal throughout the country have been ordered to go over the questionnaires of every registrant given deferred classification by local or district and appeal r.ll cases that does u.. come within the scope of the rec.i. rul.ngt of the Provost Mar-h-- :i Dc.-l Ctv.ir.-.-. :.o ".c:iT;r hclt! ns cluniflciitkr.3. The Local Board of this county have received notice that this work will be done shortly and all registrants whose cases Lave been appealed must be given careful consideration and if they do not come within the provisions of the Selective Service law as now promulgated, they must and will be The marriage of any registrants since May 18th, I'.U 7 shall not be grounds for deferred classification. "Conscientious Objectors" shall be classified as other registrants and shall not be given deferred classifications on these grounds. groi- r .i'rrcy f.r .'e'rrrjd WHOLE FAMILY WIPED OUT George lluno, Wife and Death When Train Four Sods Heel IMS Strikes Their Automobile. Issue carries The most horrible nccident that has occurred in Lincoln county in its history, was that Monday afternoon when George Hunn, a prominent citizen of Moreland, his wife and four sons, comprising the entire family, met death in a collision befween their auto and n fast passenger train on the Q. and C, Just back of at what is known ns the Harris Creek crossing. The family of six, accompanied by a son of Coulter White, of Moreland, had started to the knobs with a basket of clothes for the washerwoman. Just as their car was crossing the track. No. 2, the Northbound passenger, struck it, and in an instant five members of the family were ursher-e- d into the great beyond. Mrs. Hunn the wife and mother, was still alive and she was taken to Danville, where she died en route to the hospital some two hours later. Mr. Hunn's mangled body was carried over BOO yards on the cowcatcher and the youngest son, who a moment before was being held in his mother's arms, was found fastened in one of the wheels of the engine, his body torn beyond recognition. almost The other three boys were all badly mangled. The bodies were taken to Danville, where they were prepared Young White had an for burial. arm broken, u hip crushed and his head badly cut. The doctors think he has a chance to get well. He has not been able to tell any thing about the accident, which cost the lives of the entire Hunn family. The automobile was smashed into smithereens. The engineer claims that he could not stop his engine in time to prevent the compact, although he applied his air brakes and put forth all of his energies to avert the accident that he knew must follow. A pall has been cast over the .Moreland section, und in fact the entire West End of the county, where the llunns had lived all of their lives and where the family stood io well, Mr. Hunn was the senior member of the firm of Hunn and Coircy, which for thirty years has enjoyed a good business nt He was one of the very Moreland. best men in the county and his death is n distinct loss to the entire community. Mrs. Hunn was Miss Erma White, daughter of Mr. Isiah White, of Moreland, and was a very excellent woman. The four boys were all fine, manly fellows, ranging in ages from one to nine years. Mr. Hunn is survived by the following brothers: Mr. A. M. Hunn, of this city, and Allen and Frank Hunn, of the county. The sisters who survive are Mrs. D, W. Dunn of Mrs. Frank Smith, of Toledo, Ohio, and Miss Lizzie Hunn, of Louisville. The burial of the Hunn family took place In the Hustonvllle cemetery Wednesday afternoon. Interior Journal. committees of tho Cnmpain have begun work nnd" the people nre responding gallantly to the cnll. The entire county hus been thoroughly organized by school districts and ,t is now the most complete one ever had preceding a campaign. Speakers have been advertised in most every section of the county, the list of speakers, dates and places appearing in Another part of this ,;sue. Friday June 28th, is to be tho banner day of the campaign, when only pledges and no money will be ta'tcn day. on this Under the rulings of the gov. lament, $1,000 is the limit that my one can subscribe for the War Eav-In- g Stamps and the management f the campaign have .lecli'cd tj ..ill th- - "LIMIT MEMUEU" this hcaor roll nd already twenty hziva subscribed for the limit nmount. They hope to get this membership to 103 before the drive is over. The following have subscribed for $1,000 each and are the first to go on the "honor roll". J. J. Walker, $1,000 II. F. Hudson, t 1,000 J. E. Dickerson, 1,000 J. Y. Robinson, 1,000 W. B. Burton, 1,000 J. I. Hamilton, 1,000 Shirley Hudson 1,000 Mrs. R. Zimmer, 1,000 V. F. Champ, 1,000 J R. Haseldcn, 1,000 J. B. Bourne 1,000 11. II. Tomlinson, 1,000 V. A. Lear 1,000 Patriot 1,000 T. A. Elkin 1,000 T. J. Price, 1,000 W. R. Cook, 1,000 R. E. .McRoberts, 1,000 E. C. Gaines, 1,000 Hudson, Hughes and Farnau 1,000 The various great Wnr Savings .. BAKER NOT OPPOSED TO EXTENDING DRAFT AGE Admits Wider Scope Soon Will Be Necess- ary; May Call Class 2. Should Congress decide that it is necessary at this time to extend the draft age limits either below 21 or above 30, or both, no opposition will be offered by the War Department. In authorizing this statement recently, Secretary Baker said the Department could see no immediate need for such action, although the date already is in sight when it wilt become necessary to replenish the class one reservior. A bill by Senator France, of Maryland, to extend the draft to men from 18 to 45, Is now before the Senate Military Committee and at a hearing on it last Saturday, Provost Marshall General Crowder gave it as his opinion that extension of the draft ages woukl be necessary. He told the committee that 3,000,000 men would be under arms by next August first and that class one would be exhausted by January first of next year. The present tentative schedule of the War Department is said to contemplate the arming of 4,000,000 men by next January 1st. That would mean the calling of 1,000,000 between July and January, and tha absorbing of not only the men remaining in class one from the first registration! but those placed In that class under the recent registration as well as some 200,000 expected to he put in that class as the result of the classification recently ordered. JUDGE HARDIN AT MAYFIELD. Judge Hardin, having completed the June Term of the Lincoln Circuit court, the Governor appointed him to hold the special Term of tho Graves County circuit court. He will try some important cases, which have been on the docket for a long time, Involving some of the prominent citizens of that county. This is the second time Judge Hardin has been appointed to hold court at He was so highly regarded by reason of his fairness and ability as a judge by both litigants and bar that all parties to the present litigation requested the Governor to appoint him to hold this term of the court The selection by the litigants of Judge Hardin Is a great compliment since they have objected to so many other 'proposed to be sent to hold this court. May-fiel- d. The Central Record, Thursday, June 20, 1918. PASTE THE KAISER 9 9 9 9 9 N JUNE paste him again and again. Paste him in the eye with a War Savings Stamp-th- en Don't think that you have already done your duty. Pershing's men "over there" don't go home after their first battlethey go after the Huns again they keep on pasting the Kaiser. Your government has officially set 28th 9 9 9 F Ml D AY, JUNE 28th NATIONAL War Savings Day On that day every .American is summoned to "sign the pledge"---tvest in a definite amount of War Savings Stamps each month. o 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 save and in- Every real American will prove his patriotism by agreeing to regularly paste the Kaiser. W. S. S. Cost $4.17 in June 1923 Worth $5.00 on Jan i, THIS SPACE PATRIOTICALLY CONTRIBUTED BY Haselden Bros., Conn Bros., Joseph Mercantile Co., R. E. McRoberts, Coy S. Ballard Sanders, Davidson CS Tomlinson, Three Banks of Lancaster, Becker of Bryantsville, and Hervey C$ Woods, of Paint Lick. Beautiful home and small farm. Good store house and and plenty water. tenant house, good out-huildin- gs 18 ACHES OP LAND, m 2:30 The Central Record, Thursday, June 20, 1918. ATTENTION DOG 3 OWNERS. LANCASTER WOMAN FINDS FAB- TIIE NEW DOG LAW. The recent session of the 191H Kentucky Legislature enacted into law an act relating to dot's, requiring t ii.ni to be l itcd with the assessor at tiie I'nic of nbtcssing property as rc 'Uired by law, providing for and tags f orearh and every dog to be issued by the county e'erk of tho various counties in Kentucky, m l for fnilurc to Irst euch tlcg. as well as for any other violation of thu uct, a penalty of rot exceeding $100. or Imprisonment of not exceeding three months, or both, at the discretion of the court is prescribed. "The word "owner" when applied to the proprietorship of a dog, shall include every person having a right of property in such clog, and every pel son who keeps or harbors such dog or has it in his care, and every person who permits such dog to re main on or about any rTcrni'e oc cupied by him." la crder to nchicve the results in tended by the passage of this net, it wllj be neceary for n ritfid enforce Therefore, ment of tnis mcr.surc. it beof ven every one to list each and every iloir witK the ussescor. REMEDY WORTH ULOUS FORTUNE. "I wouldn't take a million I'ollnra for the good Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has iIoik for .r.c. I have finished the course and ran say that I am entirely cured of very severe Moating and rolie attacks I suffered for many yetrr." It is a simple, harmless preparation tho'. removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflnu- mntlon which causes practically all stomach, liver end intestinal , including appendicitis. Or.c dose will convince or money refundR, E. Mc ROBERTS, ed. SUGAR MUST BE CONSERVED. Fred M. Sackett, Federal Food Administrator, issued direction' today to nil persons selling sugar in the State of Kentucky that the following regulations become effective nt once. 1. Retail sales of sugar for house hold purposes must bo limited to two pounds to city and town residents, and five pounds to rural and country residents. 2. Rotpll sales of sugar for canning and preserving must be limited twenty-fiv- e pounds at one time, and then only when accompanied by a signed cortfficate on the Government form pledging the customer to use that particular sugar for the particular purpose- - of canning and preserving food. 3. Customers are expected to limit the use of sugar for household purposes to three pounds per month per person. 4. Manufacturers using sugar can only buy sugar through the Sugar Division of the Food AdminBuildistration, 701 ings Louisville, Kentucky, from which Department they must secure sugar certificates. This applies to operators of soda fountains, randy, syrup, soft drink, and ice cream makers as well as every other article made in whole or part of sugar. 5. In hotels, restaurants, and all public eating places sugar must be kept covered nnd closely watched at all times to prevent waste. Not more than two cubes of SUGAR to bes erved to each person for a pot or cup of coffee, or tea. Granulated or powdered sugar to be served bv COUNTER MAN, or WAITER for berries, cereals and fruits. The above regulations, some of which have bee in force for several n MOEE OR LESS, Known as the Charles Coulter farm. This beautiful home and all improvements to be sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder on Saturday, July 6th 1918 at afternoon. lf FIFTY YEARS AGO. OF 1868. IN THE DAYS (By the Boone Way Man.) 5 Located on the Lexington turnpike, one of the best thormiles below Bryantsville oughfares in the state, one and one-hawhere the Beuna Vista turnpike intersects the Lexington pike. Any one desiring a good location, a beautiful home, well improved and a good business stand for a Small Store will do well to look this property over before day of sale. Jan. 1st, 1919, The Terms of sale will be Jan. 1st, 1920, 1- -3 1- -3 1- -3 Jan. 1st, 1921. CAPT. .Mr. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. JOE DUNCAN. young man. He leaves to mourn his loss, Messrs Joe, Fisher, Willie C, nnd Fred Hughes, all of this county, two grand-childreClyde nnd A. D. Hughes, one brother, Mr, L. U. Hughes of Junction City, three sis. ters, Mrs. Kate Aldridge of Lancas MAUKSBUKY ter, Mrs. Flora Burnsidc and Mrs. Jas. Coovert of Danville, besides a Mrs. Luther Uurdettc en- - great number of friemls. Mr. and tertnined a number of friends. The body was brought to his home .Mesunmes . 11. nogie anu .uacn Thursday morning and burial and Moore of Lexington, made a brief funeral at Lancaster cemetery Fn". day afternoon. visit to our town last Friday. Crrmo Dairy Feed will make your cow give more milk. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. A, J. Ilicc hud the misfortune and notes. to get his stock barn burned last Mrs. Tom Middletoii... . $1.50 Thursday. The origin of the fire is 1.00 Mrs. Charlie Lee, not known. 6.00 H. K. Ilerndon, A lot of rheumatic old maids and Cartertvitle, Ky. folks are making J. T. Centers, n tew married $2.00 strenuous efforts to be patriotic by A. It. Carter, 50 keeping pace with the government 1.00 Huttie Ballard time. They will be so glad when The following mimes were omit- Uncle Sum turns the hundi of tho ted from School district No. 40, but dial back to normal. the amount $54.88, total for the The new reaper belonging to Mr. school district, wns printed correct' Leslie Ruble wus wrecked by his ly: team when they became frightened James E. Smith, $5.00 at n make which he was trying to Mr. nnd Mrs. O. T. Layton. 25.00 kill. Mr. Huble barely uvoided mi Mrs. Burdette Murshbanks 1.00 accident when he Jumped out of the Mrs. D. D. Centers, 1.00 way of the mowing blade. 1,00 Gatliire Smith Mrs. James Clark, 25 HUGHES. Mrs. It. C. lloiuti 1.00 Much grief wns felt in the com50 Mr. Moso Cotrell munity, when the news of the death Mr. nnd Mrs. Host Thompson 50 of Mr. A. D. Hughes, was received. Mrs. Fannie Green, 50 years Mrs. Henry Green Mr. Hughes wus seventy-thre- e 50 old und n most beautiful life was Mrs. James Hhodus, 1.00 closed at his death, and he one whoj Henry Green, 50 numbered his menus by his nc Purrie M. Clark, 1.00 2.00 iiuaintntues. He hud been in good J. T. Clark health until about ten days rtgo, he Katie Clark. 25 was stricken with kidney trouble Dudley Grcch, 80 from which un operution seemed the Doru Davis, 50 only chance for recovery. After Addie Davis, 50 much consideration he and his sons Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Green, 1.50 derided for the operation which took Alfred Stewart 50 place Tuesday morning at the Dan- John Green, 25 ville Hospital. The operation was Mr, and Mrs. John Green, 2.00 a success and loved ones had hopes Patrick; Green, 1.00 for his recovery until Wednesday P. Chus. Creech 1.00 M., he began sinking, owing to a Kmcred Clark, 1,00 weak heart, and the end came Thurs- llynum Davis, 50 day morning at seven o'clock. Mrs. llynum Davis, 50 Mr, Hughes wus born nad raised Sam Davis, 5.0 in Garrard County, near Marksbury. Tho total gift to the lied Cross He was a devout member of the from Garrard County in the CamChristian church, huvltig united with paign Just closed Is now $11525.45. the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Nnth Bogie and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie. The ladies Missionary Society met Thursday nfternoon June 13th, with the addition of one new member. The next meeting will be July 18th, with Mrs. Smantha Hill ns lender. BOURNE. W. M. Hcndrrn noltl a bunch of hogs to Henry Uublc jirlce not known. The corn crops of this section are looking fairly well considering the ilry weather. Sore Throat ? -This fifty year old remedy eases Sore Throats and Bronchial (flections; soirthes, heals and fives quick rrlirf. by all drugjuts that faith at the Grove, when a very nU lit for !. Hudmn, Hughts and Farnau. Mr. Clay Coulter of Kossmoyne, Ohio, is visiting relatives anil friemls nt Dryatitsvlllt. Mr. Willie Coulter soli) a bunch of three weeks old pics to Fred Spivcy nt SS.io per head. Speake and .Mr. and Mrs. S, II. !aUKhter, with Mr. J. I'. Spenks of to Tutum J llurrodsburg motored Springs Sunday. Mr. Irvine lllakeman and family, with Mr. W. M. Duncan, motored to Wilmrre Sunday, to spend the day with Mr Harrison Duncan. Kind's vwniii"ii liraiiut for Coughs & Golds Keep YoarStosMcbaad liter Healthy Liver and regular actios Ilowrlt, if you will use Dr. King's. New tife Pills. tonic effect on the iyitcrn poiioni through the UoveU. m i"' a additionaTreikross nrj" vtnmi contributions - IIUCKEYE Miss Ida Speake Is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kay visited Mr. grandmother and aunt in Lexington, and Mrs. Dan Doolin, recently. her sister, Miss Illanrhe l with and Itev. I). F. Sebastian will fill his her parents for a few weeks. regular appointment here Sunday A. Yq lire glad to welcome bad. M. agam ur pastor, Itev. I). F. SebasMr. and Mrs. Melvin I'urson visittian, who was recalled at the busi- ed Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price Sun-i'nness meeting held Saturday nfter-rui.With his pustorial work he Mr. nnil Mrs. Tnlbott Jenkins ha been up to the dot In every way spent the wcek-en- d with homcfolks un ' manner and we will say Amen, r.t New by. motion, to tin Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and fam ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Huy. and Mr. ami Mrs. Loyd Sunders son. llurnett, were Kuetts last week of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram liny, The kidneys and liver are the body's Mr. und Mrs. It. W. Sunders and organs to carry off waito and iioison. of When thy don't work, bad health fol- daughters, were guests Sunday lows, and unlets you take rare of yourself, Mr. nnd Mrs. Logan MrCormack. di.'ras may follow beyond the poncr cf medicine to cure. Cow psss, hoy btsnt, Tennessee , Ilerauje of the srrioutness c theei mllUt for U. diseases, )ou should lake fii llepaika, and Farnau. .Hudson, Hugh the universal system purifier, at the fui!ict sisn of any trouble with bowels or Mrs. Itobcrt Long and daughter, lUer. This great nature medicine is com. posed of eisht of the most oerful cura-th- e Francis, nnd Miss Vuliar Whittakcr herbs, and the certainty with whiih spent Sunday with Mrs. Aba Burton. they rektore kidneys, the liver and bowels Misses Ida' Mao Sanders, Mary to natural, healthy action is attested by thousands who have been helped when Edith and Pantile Lee Walker spent all other remedies and treatment proved part of lust week with Miss Francis valueless, F. M. Cawthom, a prominent farmer Long. and stockman of Alt. Juliet, Tenn., lays MarMisses Muyme Crutchfleld, that after taking Vin llepatica he felt like a wagon that had been oiled up and garet Curtis, Sallie Lou Tcatcr and put in fine running condition. Kthcl Hay were guests last Friday, Vin Hrpatlca Is a remedy We know cf Mrs. A. C. Miles. of real worth. We invite you to come in and get a bottU. It will surely help jreu. ..Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel, Mr. and It. E. McUOBEKTS, Druggist. Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughters spent ... ... Regulate Yor Kidneys ............. .. tat ............ .... .............. The Courier-Journof June 10th, 1918, make notes of occurences of 18G8, among thcin is mentioned the opening of the Richmond Branch of the L. and N. Railroad on June 10th of that year, between Stanford nnd the capital of Madison county when the first passenger train was run into that region; leaving Stanford at 2:30 P. M. arriving at Lancaster 3:30 P. M. Cause mentioned for such speed wa the newness of the track and various r to paces made for the ac commodation of passengers in the eight mile run. The article further sas: "the arrival at Lancaster was greeted by the cheers of several hun dred people, both white and colored, and the Lancaster Saxhorn Band. The hospitality of the city was ten dered to all, and a jolly evening was enjoyed. Lancaster is a pleasant little village of 1,200 or 1,500 inhab itants. The new courthouse, to re place the one built about 1813, is a beautiful building and will cost $00,000. On the return trip to Stanford next morning many ladies and gentlemen from Lancaster made the trip. The locomotive was garbed in gay flowers and bunting and the en gineer looked as proud as a pea cock." If the memory of the writer is not faulty there were three trains that made the run on that date, two of them being freights. The passenger train ran thru the stop-pine- ;, village of Paint Lick without at the speed of possibly 15 miles per hour, and in the face of a red flag which had been displayed by an anxious crowd which desired to make the excursion to Richmond to attend the big "jollification" bein, fulled off in honor of the advent of the iron horse. Some members expressed the ussemblnge rertti that they had not piled ties or other obstructions on the track to stop the fust Hying train. Others thanked their stars that it didn't stop, for the reasun they might have been foolish enough to nk their necks in making an untried experience on such n fast flying inovation. One party wus heard remark: "Not for me. I'll never ride one of them things, it goes too ding fast for your uncle Reuben". The track was also laid on Knox villc Division, between Crab Orchard nnd Mt. Vernon the same year. Lo comotive No. 42 was used in hauling rails, tics nnd materials. This en gine is in use today, after fifty years, tho possibly but few of its original parts remain intact. This old timer was on the passenger run between Stanford and Maysville, on trains 0 and 10 during a portion of 101 1. It was a wood burner in the early days with n "hogshead" smoko-stecl- :. Brass trimmings prominent were features in the makeup of the machine. Among the citiiens of Lani-aatcr- , whenthe "first train" came there were It. M. Bradley, Dr. Hill, W. II. Kinnaird, J. G. Sweeney, Itev. W, P. Woldcn, William Sellers, Ton Peacock. At Paint Lick were Peter Howe, George Dcnney, William S. Maret, Samuel Campbell, Ellas Searcy. At Mt. Vernon, T. J. Smith. William McClure. J. J. Williams, Harrison Carpenter, Capt. Jack Adams, G, B, Bragg, C. A. Redd. At Stanford, were M. D. Elmore, W. G. Welch, J. W. Alcorn, T. J. Hill, A. M. Swope. But one of those mentioned in above list Is living today M. D. Elmore, of weeks were made public and forwarded to all parts ofthe state upon receipt ofu rgent telegrams from Mr. Hoover at Washington, who wired that developments in the sugar situation in the last few days made increased conservation in sugar imperatively necessary. He stated that our difficulties for sugar arise out of the submarine situation, and the local office concludes that many of the ships recently sunk off our Eastern coast were sugar laden. It is impossible to replace sugar destroyed in this way and is but one more evidence of the war brought home to our people. For each new effort to injure this country, the American people will only hitch their belts one notch together and this sinking of the ships is the cause of our tightening up on the sugnr.conservation. A FAMILY la Hsr Mother's Home, Says Tin Georgia Lady, Regardui? Relief Frost Head-ach- e, Malaria, Chills, Etc. Giack-Drans- Ringgold, Ca. Mrs. Chas. Giston, of this place, writes: "I am n user In fact. of Thedford'a It was ono of our family medicines. Also In rry mother'd boms, when I was a child. When any of us children complained ot headache, usually caused by constipation, s'ao eavo us t, which would a dose ot rectify tho trouble, orten in wo Bprlng, we would have malaria and chills, or troubles ot this kind, wa pretty reg would take Black-Draugular until tno liver acted well, anu o would soon ba up and around again. We would not be without It. for It certainly has caved us lota ot doctor bills. Just a doso of Mack-Draugwhen not so well saves a lot ot days In bed." Has been Thedfords In use for many years in the treatment ot stomach, Uvcr and bowel troubles, and the popularity which It cow enjoys is proot or its merit. It your liver Is cot doing Its duty, you will suffer from such disagreeable symptoms as headache, biliousness, constitution. Indigestion, etc. and unless something Is dene, serious trouble may result. nas ceen Thedford'a uiacu-uraugfound a valuable remedy for these troubles. It is purely vegetable, and acts la a prompt and natural way, regulating tne liver to lis proper (unctions and cleansing the bowels of imnnrliiu. Try 1L Insist ou Toed- Xorax tot original and genuine. B H The Central Record, Thursday, June 20, 1918. ! ,. , i ,i , . KsftsriBrtarJaK'ansrtBp-snsPar'to estimate this efficiency at ui uic- inome town paper, is in? iuesi thing to send the boys "oxer there". its true value, and have ceased know what Is incorporated, e. to stand in awe of it. iimm They wnnt to home town nndgolnc on county in their old 1.oo a ykar. ssuru Weekly. The efficiency of Germany nnd they will sec and read things in 13 their county paper that friends here is purely an efficiency of con Z J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. I would not think of writ'iu, und application. Her pros- K.litnr m,.l Mtir. s.l. Kl.KlN. nothing tells them the news more ,eni militant condition is mo re Messrs. Joe West nnd Ashley ntrrd M () I'n.l Offle tn l.tieitrf. Kj. sult of a lifetime of unremit- Swope left last week for Cincinnati satisfactorily thnn the local SfCon,t Soldier boys In the romp Mll Mutter ting attention to every conceiv- where they passed the examination "over here" nre quite at eager to git Member Kentucky Press Association able angle of the game of war. for the Mnrincs, and they nre now the locnl pnper.ns nre those "over tid located nt Paris Island S. C. there." While the other nations of the Eighth District Publishers League. Will some patriotic citizen start a earth were quietly pursuing Midshipman l.ucien McKee Grunt, copy the the paths of peace, Germany returned to Norfolk, Vn last Satur- movement to rend n of theof boys Lancaster, Ky., Jane 20, 1918 county pnper to each was straining every nerve and day, where he reports for duty. He from Garrard county now in the serdevoting all her accumulations will probably be assigned to one of vice. If such plans were carried Rates For Political Announcements the convoy ships. out, it would cherish the hoys nt the of men and means to the task Cltv (Hikes ...t fi.' For Precinct and nm front. The people of the county lll.OO of creating an army and armaCounty Ollices "or Lige Robinson, one of the colored owe it to the men who have sacrilic-e15.00 ment before which the world For State and District Offices. . boys, rniieil several weeks ago from home ties. In order to make home .10 would find Par Calls, per line it impossible to Garrard, came up from Camp Tnylo. for us here happier. The boys will .10 For Cards, per line During most of this looking the picture of lienlth mid n appreciate the gift, and you will be stand. For all publications In the inter time she was hypocritically straight ns nn Indian. Ho is well lining a patriotic duty est of individuals or expresploaed and says participating in tlte Hague nre being treated the colored boys sion of individual views, per royally. .10 conferences and proposing the line Mrs. Hurdette Itainey, tit Paint .05 Obituaries, per line Lick, has kindly consented for us to total disarmament of all naMr. Story Herron, who left here tions, but in the light of recent a few weeks ago, Joining the Marine publish the following letter rcccixcd her brother, Ilirnm, who wos Next to dishonor, war is the developments we know that Corp, is now stationed nt Paris from in Lnncnstcr and for several greatest calamity that can be during nil this discussion her Island, S. C. He writes friends he born lived at tne prrsent home of J ears fall a nation. We are now be likes the life of n Marine fine, and ! ginning to realize how far- war preparations were never is anxious to go "over there" nnd do .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marksbury to The interesting letter was written hi'. reaching its ellects are. it is slackened. his bit toward ending the war. mother and is as follows: efficiency Even Germany's not too much to affirm that the "Mav 27th. 191U war affects to some degree the in the arts and sciences has Jesc Hemlrcn, Somewhere in France condition of life for every man, been made to serve the dread has been the guest for several days Dear Mother and All: woman and child in the conn of his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Am enjoying the try. From the loss of life it Moloch of War. In extending Hemlrcn. Lieut. Hendren has made after my trip across bet of health, III intuiue friiin The Montague Light (cru Suigi rs will prc.ent self the sacrifice runs all the her influence among the na- several trips across the waters, con- sea. I enjoyed seeingthe deep blue (lie ,faurlte llclil operas nn (lie mnnil day of Hie ('hmitiiiniua here. In their the boys seaway down the scale to a slight tions of the earth in these voying our boys, and looks the pic- sick, nnd vxcjilng's program n miuplele nMrrttn "A Jnpniice Iti'miiiice," will In- - glxrn for feeding deprivation ot comtort or iiix branches, she has been for ture of health ami every inch n sol- the fish; askidded themthe least bit as a l feature In (he prt((y costumes nf the Flowery Kingdom, with I was not ury. appropriate stiise selling. The music Is tuneful Hie story Interesting and full years building "spheres of in dier. sick myself. We saw n few whales, of mirth. But for every widespread fluence" in a lot of sharks and Hying ti'h, which other words, disaster there is usually Popular "Hilly" Miller, but known was a part of the way we spent our small modicum of good to nests of spies and potential nt Camp Forest, as Corporal Miller, time. Also spenKsome time looking To Lecture Here on "Adam Going to School" place in the other side of the traitors against the day when! for the enemy's but failof balance. It may not apparent- their services should be need- wasthe 51st. Mnchine (lun Company. ed to see any. submarines, we were However at home for a 48 hour furlough, ly make a hair's weight of dif- ed by the fatherland. Inst Sunday. He was looking fine prepared for them. ference against the ill, but it The towns here are clean and Yes, Germany has efficiency nnd enjoying his work. He has gainis there and perceptible if we mostly ed about ten pounds since enlisting neat; but very Efficiency in look for it. What have we of stone and concrete as far as I'vo good to set against the evils of assassination, evidenced b y seven weeks ago. seen and remind me of the old Bible war? the brutal destruction of vesSergeant Itcn Wood, who has the scenes. When I get up in the mornanswer would be, sels by her sea vipers, when Our I wish I could be back home, distinction of being the first man ings, Greater national unity. A for when it is here, it is year ago we were for the most even women and children at- cnllc'd into the Selective Service about midnight II A. M., you. with and I part a country of individuals, tempting to escape in open from Garrard county, came up fromj could get more sleep. individual communities, indi boats have been shelled, man Camp Taylor last Saturday and We sure had two rough tlajs at three days. Sergeant Wood vidual states. Men were pur gled and sunk; evidenced by sen. The wind tossed the ship like com- hot' wanton destruction of civ- is the Mess Sergeant in tin Depot suing their own objects, Brigade, a position he has held for she was a chip, which added to my munities were not looking be ilian life by her airplanes and nearly a year. His friends were all pleasure and to some of the boys yond their own improvements. more That is oxer states were not caring for their Zeppelins: evidenced by the glad to see him. now, and we are all looking forward deliberate murder of prisoners own people. with anxiety for the time to DO Now all horizons are broad of war who, by all the laws of We wish we could get the nunies OUR BIT on the front to call the ened. When a man sees his nations, should have received of all "our boys" somewhere in Kaiser's hand, nnd to return to our We' would also be glad to country with the stars and stripes France. son or his neighbor's son going treat- get short personal experiences of our lloain(f oxer Berlin, nnd Democracy forth to war, his thought in honorable and humane boys, ami would be glad if they ruling the world. voluntarily goes out to the en ment. Efficiency in perfidy, as wit would write us a letter occasionally. vironment of that boy, the con Just now. a big Zeplin is ":"ing ditions he will meet, and the nessed in her rape of Belgium, If parents or friends of the soldier over. I'd like to take ride government which provides or for no other reason than that bos would send us any news that but don't get a chance. a Don't in .rie, wor'v regulates them. He realizes they may have from them, we would I'll write when ran. that the government will have she stood between a brutal appreciate this alo. Your loving son, to provide these boys with the tyrant and his intended vicHiram C. Arnold, simple necessities, food cloth- tim; evidenced by her attempt "Somewhere in France", million Battery A., lrt Field Artilllcry. ing and shelter. It will also to array other nations against hearts are there Via New ork, American F.xnt have to provide them with our own country, at the same A million souls are rapt in silent tionary Forces. training, transportation, weapprayer ons, artillery and aircraft for time her representative to our Prayer for the loved, wherever they Our men in the trrnchet and in the i ml "wmmmm, their protection, medical ser- capital was shedding crocodile may be, ubmannc cnaieri vices and hospitals for their tears over his forced departure And prayer for those enslaved, they part. Are "ou doing are doing their your part? Buy care, and a hundred other' es- and separation from his "dear light to free. War Savinj Stamp to your utmoit sentials. And the man also friends in America" doubt- Unknown to us the field where du capacity, begins to realize that it is up William 1'nrlell, who speaks nn the second afternoon nf tin. rhnulntiiun. ties cal- lto him in his individual capac- less he took with him for the But One there is who watches over Is n djnntnlc H.ikcr with o message Ills ciperleiire In public work has ity to stand back of the gov- perusal of his butcher master THE BOY ON EDITORS linind nnd Mtrled. lie all, l.nline founder nnd fur sexen Inn spent 'JU years In uttlxe platform work, he ernment, to take his part in full proofs of his treachery Who guides our Flag, that truth may jtnrs editor of Hie Sean Idlclit Magazine; sue A little boy was given the stunt by lessor In Dr. Win. A. Colleilge nt People' providing these absolutely while enjoying our hospitality fhurili, Aurora. Ill,; lecturer for still advance his father to write an essay on edithe Null, .mil S. eurlty League; Mural Instructor Slate Iteforiiialnry, Green lla. necessary things in his own tnd esteem. Our God is with them all "Some tors, and here is the result: "I Wis- - nnd Chaplain Slate l'f nllendnr- -, Jaiksnn, Mich. rightful proportion, either The Germany of other days where in France". standing ns a iwtrlotlc American and his ability to Influence Mr. I'nrkt-11'come to lon't know how from his abundance or from his hearer Is clearly shown by the ettenlt work he has dune for the I don't think God be in the world. was noted for efficiency, but his bare sufficiency. During llie 7(Muy In renewing her subscription beginning September lt, 11117, he sxke 10S to And we needonly to see the that efficiency has been pros the Record, Mrs. Male House, of does for he hain't got nothing to say times for I'nclf Sam, and from Marth 1st until the opening nf tin- - Chnuatt:-quabout them and editors in the Bible. banners of the Third Liberty tituted to most ignoble ends. season he was kept huy hieuklng In the Interest nf the third Liberty says she has Just received I think the editor is one of the miss Danville, in the windows of homes Loan God save us from such ef a letter from, her brother, Oakley ing links you read of, and stayed in loan. throughout the land to under"Adam Going to School" will be the subject lled here by Mr. Forktll. Hilton, who is now in France. In the bushes until after the flood; and ficiency. stand how magnificently the It Is u her letter she says: "Just received then came out and wrote the thing thought stirring address, brimful nf patrlntm, retting the exll nf dcslrurtlxc against the Knxer nf enuMrucllx.. thought, as sliimn Inindividuals have risen to their the Kullur word from my brother, Oakley Hil- up, and has been here every since. of Germany and the Americanism of Lincoln. duty and their opportunity. ton, who has arrived "somewhere in I don't thin he ever dies, never A TWICE-TOLTALE Everywhere in the homes of France." He reports a nio voynge, saw) a dead one and never heard of the rich and the homes of theJ When they were eight days at sea, one getting licked. Our paper is a One Of Interest To Our Reader. poor alike the banners signal they sank a submarine. Says the mighty good one; hut the editor ioe proudly: "I have given as I country is beautiful, except the parts without underclothes all winter i.nd can to the call of the nation. It Good news bears repeating, and don't wear any sotkr, and paw ain't is my nation and lam with it when it is confirmed after a long they are fighting on. He seems ljW heart and soul in the hour of lapse of time, even f we hesitated to war." to do his part to help win the paid his subscription since the paper I" j started. I i.st puw if that was why its need." believe it at first hearing, we feel seOakley is well remembered here the editor had to suck juse out o( We cannot estimate the ag- cure in accepting Its truth now. gregate sacrifices which this The following experience of a Lan- and is a brother of James Hilton, of snowballs in the winter an go to In '! when he had a shirt washed in 1' splendid showing has requir- caster woman is confirmed after four this city. And then paw took me ou' DUinmer. ed. In many cases it meant years. George Dewey Croushorn, another into the woodshed and licked m aw Mm. C .T. Urummett, Crab Or the giving up of comforts, perhaps of cherished plans. But chard St., Lancaster, tays: "My kid- Garrard county hoy is doing his bit fill hard. If the editor makes u nut each man who has subscribed neys were out of order and I had and writes of an interesting exper- take folks says he ought to be huii for his bond or bonds feels pains through my back. At times, ience to his mother in which he says: hut if a doctor makes a mistaki he "New York City. June 10th, 1318. buries them and people dassent lay that he is a component part of I was nervous too, Doan's Kidney nothing because doctors can rend his country, that he stands or Pills made me feel much better and My dear Mother: falls with it, and that it is a stronger in every way." (Statement We ure just back from Franco and and write Lutin. When the editor certainly have h,ad some experience. makes a mistako there is lawsuits country worthy of his sacrifice. given February Cth, 1912.) Wo were gone only lfi tlajs, and a big fuss; but If u doctor makes He is in harmony of feeling LASTING BENEFIT. with his neighbor, his comOn November 17, 1010, Mrs. which makes the third trip across. one there is u funeral, cut (lowers munity, his state and his na- Urummett raid: "I have hail no re The first trip wo took five thousand nnd perfect silence. A doctor can tion. turn of kidney troub)c since Doan's soldiers and the second trip, ten use a word u yard long without him The Central Record n vuavi pat I "A Japanese Romance" to Be Sung at the Chautauqua Here news-pape- r. rli .. - cold-blood- 1 ft s - 1 Coming Here on Our Chautauqua ,1,11 .Jl;!,! Occasionally we still hear they are a good remedy and I often the last time, we had a battle, with four submarines and three coming reference to the much vaunted recommend them to others." back. Wo got three out of the seven Price 00c, "German efficiency." These simply ask forut all dealers. Don't and wjo did not get hit, as wo were get a kidney remedy references comu mostly from Doan a Kidney Puis the same that too fast for them and arrived safely I am in the best of health across. Mrs. Itrummett had. either positive and like fine. sympathizers or from timorous Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. With lots of love. souls who throw a fit whenAll you r stktd to do U to buy Your loving son, ever "this dreadful war" is only nscstsary things and thtn loan George Dewey Croushorn,." People of intel mentioned. not glvs your savings la your Next to a letter from homi, a copy ligence have long ago learned! Covsrnmsnt to halp it light your war. n Foster-.Milbur- n Kidney Pills cured me. I knuw thousand. As wo were going oxer or anybody knowing what it means; but if the editor uses one he has to spell it. If the doctor goes to see another man's wife he charges for the visit; but if the editor goes he When gets a charge of buckshot. the doctor gets drunk it's a case of being overcome by heat and if he dies it's from heart trouble; when an editor gets drunk it's a rase of too , The Montague Light Opera Slngem n one 0f their costumed selection much booic and if he dies it's the from favorite light slg:--..- l ooerufc Jim Jams. Any college can make a LANCASTER CHAUTAUQUA WEEK, JUNE doctor; an editor has to be born. 24 T028 rhG Guntral KVrnrt:, Thui stjnv Ji c2u, 1918 Doty s Master John of Harlan, jKy, is visiting his uncle, Joe Burn- side. Mrs. Klizabeth Joseph spent Sunday In Louisville, with her ron, .Mr. Adolph Joseph nnd wife. t Two Horse Com Drills $50,00 Oliver J Master Gate li and John Deere Cultivators S50, each John Dccre Mowers $70.00, Malta Double Shovels 54.75. Disk Harrows $50.00 Smoothing llturims iZ. House Mini fcllit) per Hiillmi American N'miounl People VJVr? ip About friends visll.R . In Danville. Mr. Uoss Ilastin is in Cincinnati, on business this week. Mr. nml Mrs. Kdd Rom nrc spending the week In Cincinnati. ill Dr. e fence I fool, 0()c nnl J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. j .Mrs. Robert Embry of Lexington, Mrs. Ed C. (ialncs has been quite will nrrive Friday to spend the week at her home on Maple Avenue. end with her mother, .Mrs, W. T .Mi4 Tomrnic Francis is in RichMiss Patsy Itoson of Uiclunot.'l West. mond, viitiri(T her sister, Mrs. (ico. was the guest of Miss Ilcrnicc Champ Jlr. and .Mrs. W. F. Champ and B.illcw. Monday. daughters, JIlsscs Hcrnice and Hazel, .MifRuIiIp of Rucnn Vila, wns Mrs. Dora Cochran nnd Mrs. V A. motored to Danville Wednesday, for the guest .Monday, of Mrs. Cronlcy Lear, spent Tuesday in Stanford, a few hours. Hronddus. with relatives. .Mrs. Patsy Anderson has rcturne i Dr. nnd Mrs. M. S. Hntficld motor-e- d Mitscs Margaret Cook and Mary home from Nashville Tenn, after n to Hustonvillc, Sunday, nnl were Lee Lear, were visitors in Danville ten days visit with her daughter, .Mrs. II. D. Klmore. guest of friends. tho past week. j A Hrlcf Mention of th Coming snj JGoir.ijj I y Thou Wi Art Inttrnttd In. s JJJebsr THE FOOT DOCTOR o . S. HATFIEbD, S Dentist I'llOM i RrHdence ..tfi Lancaster, LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial lAWt; .11, 1 1 4 BASTIN BROTHERS. LANCASTER, KY. t Chautauqua is Almost Here Get Your Ticket Today Redpath Chautauqua The 100 Per Cent Program. LANCASTER, KY., JUNE 24 TO 28 I?' " OFFICIAL ir DC PREST-O-LIT- E Battery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. , New Batteries to fit any make of ear now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. 191S Dodge, Extra Tire and BumNew per, 9950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 191G Overland extra Tire, starter $350. $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, The Danville snick Go L. U. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. ii ii ii ii ii ir ir3C or (nungo Mr. iieorge .Mason, of Danville, Mlrs Katlierinc Mills of Lexington, ami was the has been the charming guest of Mrs. arrived jestcrday and will lie the guest for several days of .Mrs. Ros;: Hnyden Lcnvell. JIajori and family. JIis Fnye Acton lias returned to Mini Gladys Moore, of Lexington, Jliss Nellie Noland will leave Fn Lexington, after tpending some Is the attractive guest of her father, day for Ashville, N. C, where sh timi with her homefolks. Mr. It. S. Moore. will visit her friends, .Misses Klia Jlrs. I'. I). Simpson was in Lev- -' Mestrs John Herring nnd George beth and Isabella Terrill. Rloii. Wednesday, to fee her on, Mills of Dnnvitle, were visitors in Mr Henry Simpson, and wife. Jlr. and Jlrs. W. J. Romans ond (.anenster Saturday, daughter. Jliss Carrie Belle, and Mr R. T. Embry and son, Samuel, O. U. Terrill of Itichland, Vn. Miss l.hristine handcrs, motored to Mrs. iof Lexington, arc the guests for n is here for n visit to her parents, Mr. Danville Tuesday afternoon. few days of Mr ami Mrs W. T. West. ami Mrs. Jack Adams. .Messrs Horace Herndon, Sam Den Mm llirdie Wilbur of London, has .Miss Willie Higgins of Somcmet. ny and William Kinnaird left Tues a visit to her mother, Mrs is the attractive guest of Miss Ann: day night arrived for for Charleston, S. C John Burnside, on Lexington street. Kaye King, near Hubble. where they have accepted position Dr and Jin. M. S. Hatfield, Jlcs- -' Jlrr. Jack Adams and Mrs. O. L'. in a munition plant. Kph Terrill, were in Louisville last week l.iriif" Henley llnsttn ami The following copied from the Brown were visitors in Lexington, to see Mr. Charlie Adams. Lexington Lender will be of interest recently. to Garrard county people; Mrs. Alfred Ilrent of Lexington ".Miss Georgia Dunn, who is pre. Mr. ltos Ilastin and little daug- spending several days with her fath paring for t.ic mission field, is mak hter. Willie Allreu. ami Mrs. Sam er, Mr. H. II. Tomllnson. .ng a tour nf West Kentucky in the were visitors in Danville. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donnell, of Son of Prison work of the Chris last w eel.. ersct, have been the guesta of JI t..in Kndtavor Union. She will then Mr. Sam Walter, who has been vis- - and JIr.. L .T. King, on the Danvill g to the mountains of Kastern Ken pike. tucky 1 spend the remainder of he vacation in missionary activity." Mr. Lynn W. Hudson, of Atlanta i western states. wb corilially greeteil in our city Little Miss Klizaoctli Logan Sin.p-- j last Tuesday by his host of frien CARD OF THANKS. on of I.exingtnii. 'irrued Sunday for here. We wish to thank our neighbor. u .o her graii'l i.iret'U, Mi. and an! friends fir their kmcners Jlr. Alex West was called to Itic J rs I' D. Simpx.n. mond, last week on account of th sympathy extended uuring the illness Mrs. James D. Hatcher will leave Mines of his brother. .Mr. W. II and death of our baby. Such kind Sumlay, for Atlanta fia., for several nesses will always be remembered Wt. week visit to her sister and cherished by us, 11. Milajn. Molla .May Grow of Camp Jliw Rue and W. Jlr. ami Jlrs.Scott Huffman Dick Uobinson, was the uttractivi Mrs. V. A. I.ear. nJ dnuirtiier, nuest of MIh .Minnie Jlne Uobinson IN MEH0R1AH. JIi-- s Mary l.ee, Mrs. Henley Pattin, Sunday. .iml Mrs. M. K. Dennv, were visiter After a short illness, Eliza Hiatt, Itr. S. Iteiin.an and son, Spence, 'in D.invilic, l.ut Thurt.tiv. aged 18 years, passed over the river Jr., of Platte City, JIoa are guests of Thursday.'JIay 23rd, to rest under Miss Allie Dunn, who lias hern Dr. Redman's daughter, .Mrs. J. It the shade of the. ever-verntrees teaching at Springfield, Tenn, has .Moorman. beside the still waters ni the land of returned home and will spend the Jlr. Val Cook left last Saturday the redeemed. The dark angel of summer vacation here with relatives. for Ldcnwuld, Tenn., where he has death has plucked another flower and Mr. Karl Ilroaddus has returned accepted a position in a munition transplanted it in the Garden of Life home after a pleasant visit to his plant near Nashville. ami light aljove. Weep not. mother, .brother, Mr. O'Neil Bronddu? who father, nnd brothers, for Gcd h.i Mr. and .Mrs. W. H. Harris of given her life eternal nml she new holds a lucrative position in Chicago Lexington, were geufts of their par walks the gold-pave- d streets of the Miss Scotta Petty has returned ents. Judge and .Mrs. K. W. Harris New Jerusalem. to her home in Oreuna, Illinois, after last Saturday and Sunday. She was a devoted member of tl ja few weeks visit to Mrs. Mulinda JIny God throw Chrirtian church. .Mrs. J. C. Davis, and little daugh Cotton, and other relatives and ler. josepnine, oi t hattnnooga. ar hi? everlasting nrr's around tlu d.s. fnendj. tressed nnd hcjn them in their 'ark rived last .Monday and ure guests JI. K. If Mr. and Mrs. Gnbe Walters S and Mrs. Davis' mother. Mrs. Klizabeth hour of trouble. children, of kinirs Mountain, Miss Joeph. Mollie Walter and Mr. Joe Walter, irs. iieniey v. Ilastin, has re 'of Stanford, were guests of Mrs. I Classified Column. turned trom n visit to rriemls in jJohn Walters, Sunday. Lexington, nnd n short stay with her Mrs. (iio. Robinson and Miss .Min sister, .Mrs. Chas. Denman, of Nich, nie Mae Uobinson, Mrs. W. II. Bur olasville. WANTED: 100 locu: good G. A. Swinebroad J 'ton, Mirses Katie Barnes Dickerson Jlisa .Marie Simpson, of Hnrds posts. w 'ami .Martha havanaue.li were visitors town, nnd Jlr. Henry S. Green, FOR SALE: A Davenport, Call in Danville, the past week. Illoomtield, were pleasant guests last No. no. S. A. Walker. .Miss Eugenia Dunlnp entertained week, of .Miss Annie telle Burnside FOR SALE : 2.1 bushels good a few of her little friends Saturday on the Richmond road. seed Buck Wheat. at n six o clock dinner in honor of Jliss Jennie Washburn who has Garrard .Milling Co. Miss I.ucile Itamsey, who is visiting been the guest of her sister, Jltn. T. here from Ashvllle. .V. C. FOR SALE: Jlonroe roadster Price, has gone to Louisville, fo In good condition, Mrs. J. P. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. short visit before going to Knox automobile. with self starter. Will sell cheap, Henry Tuttle, Messrs James Rey- villo for the summer school. W. T. King, nolds, and Charley Morris ami Miss Little Miss Klsie, and .Master Lizzie Koley were guests Sunday of FOR SALK:--t-i- u John .Vere of Dr. .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Turner and .Miss Krnest, IntereMing children gasoline Hay Goo'i eoiii.i and .Mrs. JI. S. Hatfield, are enjoy. Turner, on the Danville road. Hciry Jlo.ire, tion. ing a visit to their grand-paren- t, Cnnip XeUii,), u Miss Ora I'ratlier, who has been in Jlr. and .Mrs. T. IS. Walter, at Kevito, Chicago, for several years, with her FOR SALE: High Grade Hire': We regret to chronicle the illness aunt. Miss Ida Potts, is at home with Angus yearling bull. Price $100. her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Davis of Jlr. G. A. Swinebroad at his home K. C. JlcWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. on Richmond Street. Last Friday Pratber. Miss Potts who has been Route 2. night he suffered a slight stroke of ill accompanied her home anil will parnlysi;, but no bad results ure nn 100 barrels of ccrn u: For Sale: remain here for some time. ticipated mid his friends hope to see shuck, near JuiUon, Ky. him uut soon. The marriage of Miss Dede N. H. Bogie, Lexington, K., daughter of Mrs. Mattio II. rriends of l.oui Tinder will be Robson, of Louisville, is of much inglad to hear that he is Improving, STOCK HOGS WANTED: -- Goo ! terest hero where Miss Itobson is so after a evvre operation for nppen- - healthy ones, raited by present cwi well known and loved, she havir.g dicitie nt Camp Lee, Va. Loui vol er, 100 to 125 pounds. Drop postal man) friends ami relatives in this unteered into n special branch of the or telephone at once. Henry Hoy,. count; She is a grand daughter of service nbout June 1st, nnd was tak Lam-nitcr- , Ky, Phone 201. Mm. Osee Huffman nnd has lived in en ill ii few days after his enlistment. 11-tLouisville most of her life. The His father has been his bedside Courier-Journhas the following to but has returned to at WHEAT WANTED: -- I am m i North Jliddh say of the marriage: town, after being assured of his son' market to buy your wheat for J. . "Mrs. JIattie II. Robson, 121 East speedy recovery. Zaring and Co. Will giv the !. t Gray street, announces tho marriage price und furnish all sacks. of her daughter. Miss Dedc Itobson, Lieut. Virgil Kinnaird who has W. F. Park. Paint Lick, Ky. to Mr. Hubert C. Ilurford. Mr. Uur- - been stationed ut Camp Taylor, for ford it with tho tobacco brokerage some time, left .Monday for the Katt SALESMEN WANTED. firm of William - Ilurford & Co. where ho will embark for France. Are you busy? If not, get busy. Itecently he has had special employ- - Mrs. Kinnaird is here for u short by connecting yourself with one of ment with tho Government powder visit to Lieut. Kinnaird'. parents, Dr. tlm largest concerns of its kind in the plant at Nashville, Tenn., und will and .Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, before go orld, calling on the farmer with a enter the military service next week. ing to her home in Winncsboro, S, O. product that every farmer in Ken Mr. and Mrs. Ilurford will leave to .Mrs. Robert Brewer and bright tucky should have. Men above War night for Chicago to visit Mr. Bur-ford- 's children, Robert, Jr., Josephine and age preferred. Large commission, sister, Mrs. James 8. Sweet. Julia Walker, of Chelsa, Okla., are (rawing account. Call for Jlr. C. Mr. Sweet Is assistant secretary of visiting her parents, Jlr. and Mrs. W. Allen, at the Simpson House. the Pullman Company," Joel Walker. It. pd. Mr It. K. Hatfield motored over Sunday L'llrjtf of friends. who (Juarantces to remove all troubles of Hie feet without the use of a KNIFE. Consultation and advisejrec. Orfice, House. Simpson tcacistx: Proper Treatment of Friends. Winn our frliinN nr" present wp nniii i.i treat tlirm well; ami when il :ir,, absent, to ppi ak of them well. r.pleiptm. Egyptians Fond of Pigeons. (Yrtnlii Kc.vptlnns carry on to a rr mnrkn' li' ilesree the biilnes of raising piccr.n. On one estate the 14 pig-,,- n inv.ers, ench nnitwed nf about 1.200 flay Jar. set i.no iimn another. Cu b ar form il comfortable hime for the family of plycons ocinpjlns It. Initial Step ts Indcpepo'encc. The fact lb.it well tiMln pe.ii.li Invariably "i Iikc" and "savin;" have that reputation. .rid Hh.tnld ln a mighty pchmI pointer for l! who ti 'i tihvayM hanl up. It ln"r luck, it in't robbery that tarn ,,r:,L Miplr on the road to indoprnd ,...(! Ir is itmnion .rno and moral ,"inw (,. iimy thfmelves that thK-- s the KECESSITIES VS LUXURIES. Our people have a saying, which has become current, that the luxuries of dne generation are the necessities of the next. And really wo seem to have practiced Just such a system of evolution. Our people are shining examples of the truth that extravagance breeds extravagance. We of this generation listen to old people as they describe conditions of their day, and we wonder how they managed to render life at all endurable. Yet these same old people, in their day, enjoyed lifo to the full. They did not consider themselves in any sense objects of pity. They lived simple, wholesome lives, and the wisdom of their modo of life is amply demonstrated by the mere fact tiuit they, the exponents of this simple, frugal life, arc yet with us to bear testimony to its merits. There is great need that, in many rerpects, wc revert to the frugal life of our ancestors. True, in many matters their luxuries have really become our necessities and arc no more an extravagance than were their simple luxuries. But we have added unnecessarily to these luxuries. It is these we are called upon to forego. Jlark well the man or woman who continues the extravagance nf former years. Their patriotism is of a purely negative quality. Henceforth, until this war is won, extravagance and disloyalty are going tu become almost synonimous terms And even then our frugality will bo worthless unless t is practice.! in the name of the cause, and the applied to the caus?. i r i.v. Spend Less Enjoy Yourself More Take Your Vacation at the t e o REDPATH : CHAUTAUQUA The 100 Per Cent z Program : Lancaster June 2428 The Central Record, Thursday, June 20, 1918. SYNOPSIS. submarine. Arthur lur i:mtev. an Amerl. ,,'o",l:"nR,irna'"5Krlanh'.,r;n'II.S,rr1 SJ British army. train-In- c. fler CHAPTHil n period of r.meey volunteers for immediate serv. I e am! soon flnls himself In rest bllleta "eome.here In France." where he first makes the acquaintance of the 'cooties." l pev CltAPTnit attends Ms first rhurt'h services at the front while a tier mnn l'okkerylrcles over the congregation. ritAFTnn tV Kinney's command goes Into the front.llne trenches and la under lire for the first time. lllllll. ClIAPTUrt V i:mpr learns to adopj livery few minutes n litillot would t'te motto of the Ilrtlah Tommy, "If you are going to cet It, you'll get It, so never crack overhead or a midline dm would ..tt J ;.;:iV,.i7.1 ""I,""'; Sr. "" It wasslark. Wheeler and f crawled In our post whlrh was nliniit 'mlfny between the line'). It wn raining huckctftlls. Ilu cniund was n r,un 'V" " glue. We took turn In listening with our ram to tin- - ground. I would listen for Iwi'tity minutes while Wheeler would Iih on tin- - qui Vive for German patrols. Wt' each won" n wrlstwntch. nnil be lieve me, neither one of us illil mrr twenty minutes. The rain soaked us to the, skin und our ears were full of he went back to his: ten. und Tommy nrmed Ihimself with a .lrk nnd slum I ntlit Mtnrti-i- l A)rrrtir lie's heen ilia- clnir ever since. "Of er.ure we dutf tho.' trenchis 1 lilpht. hut It was hot work, wlmt Willi the rllle mid nuclillie mix lire. The Mrc;cher hearers workiil harder than Ihe illirjcrs. "Those ttencho. I.looiuln' tlltflu. 1 cull II.. in. were iilnlittiintvs. Th.-- wer- ou!;-- ulMiit live fii't deip, and xou us.d I a lruI" m'"M f'f n'"'""''! lmme with the old Lor. nnd II"' 'w f Inticin Li1 "lw w,"'lil make n navvy . "What I nm pilne to tell you Is how ,,f ", I"" " "v,'r " ""' ''l"t'. nni1 :,WII' " " "I"I.M"'. ! nuet)lil lVpper woiildn "nV1' '"','n exactly mild with us If he ,n" '' ''" IIiiP- FARMERS LOOK. AMiew lot of field . "n" "' IM '"' "f K""ie. ' " tombanlliT tinmeil In - li "AS I fence Just received, tcr get it while you can. Bet- - ,4 6ox MANSE, & Ledfcrd KENTUCKY. In rest billets. Hm-pe- y CIlAPTHTl VI-n- ack s"ets his first experience as a men erly. rer CltAIf Eft are fed. learns how the llrlll.h soldiers In the front-lin- e CHAPTKH VHI-na- ck pey makes his first CHArTEtl visit to n dugout In "Suicide Ditch." CliAPTErl X Empey learns nal con. worry." ,,'" trenches "go vvest." on... traverse back nml forth Then nil firing suddenly ceased. I w IiIiiti1 to Wheeler. "Keep your rye skinned, mate; run"! likely Frit has it patrol out Hint's why the Unities nave siopptsi iinng, . , nml three Mill bombs to he defense only. All of r" Rrottnd. ' I""' trine" goes "over the n sudden I heard fnlnt, dull thud. CIIArTEH , , top- - lor ine nrsi ime in a jnarae o n in. I whlsperci Vi.!c Imv ,,JC, tit Wheeler. "I think they are mining. bayonet thrut. Joins the "sul- - listen." CHArTEn ,. ,, ,,. . clde C1UD as me Domoing squaa s caueu. nn,i Tommy gets an CIIAPTEft XIII-Ea- ch In nn unsteady voice siike Into tny official bath. ' XIV-Em- py helps dig an ear: CHAPTEIl advanced trench under Oerman Are. "Yank, that a patrol and It's head-In- s "llstenlne pot" In CHAPTER XV-- On our way. Tor Rod's sake keep No Man's Land. artillerymen "put Mill." CllArTEll XVI-T- wo Pepper, their regimental one over" on Old I wan 11" Mill ns n mouse nml was commander. scared stiff. has narrow CIIAPTEIt XVII-Emp- ey Hardly lirenlhlni; and with eye try-IiiNo Man's uhlle on patrol duty In .Land. tn pierce Ihe Inky li!nckncs, iv In rest billets CHAPTEIl XVTH-Ha- ck thou-sanwaited. I would have slven Empey writes and stages a farce comedy, pound to have heen Rifely In CHAPTEIl XIX Soldiers have many ways to aniuxe themseltea while "on their my dntrout. own." Then we plainly heard footsteps and pey volunteers for CHAPTEIl stood still. machine frun service and goes back Into our heart front-lin- e trencnes. the A dark form suddenly loomed up In again goes CHAPTER XXI-Em"over the top" In a charge which cost his front of me; It looked as his as the company 17 killed and 31 wounded. I could hear Woolworlh hllllillne. with a machine CHAPTER XXII-Tr- lck Ihe hlood rtishlnE Ihroilcli my vein gun silences one bothersome Trltx. nml It sounded us loud as Xlncnra attack, preCHAPTER XXHI-Oerm- an Iiityoni't "' ""' "I"' H'' "' ' fr 'y 'T "52 Put on the Bcvo Glasses when you set the tnble for the bite you nrc coing to enjoy with your guests of the evening. Here is n lunch menu worth remembcrinr;; Cresm cheese ntul chopped olive sandwicliti f'.i hrewn bread --dill pickles shrimp salad j. aid cvt. Itself n nutritive, Eevo odds an appetizing flavor to any rr.cil hctor cold, light or heavy. Served everywhere families supplied by r.roccrs, druggist:, or dealers. Ttie soft drink Anheuser-Busc- h mv I,". ii One of the Big Guns Darking. Ic 01 I m tery or Imice us you call It the Infantry, used to relieve the tclcphtuiUts. We would do two hours I would be 011 duty 011 mid four off, n the ndvaucisl ohcrntlon Jiost. while he would be nt the other end of the wire In the Imttery dugout signaling station. We were siiptwisiil to send through orders for Ihe battery to lire when onions! to do so hy the nhena-flot- i otlicer In the advanced sist. Ittit very few messages wore snl. It only In case of an nrtiinl attack that ne would get 11 chance to earn our 'two nnd ls' a dny. You see. Old Pepper hud Issued orders not to fire when Ihe orders; came from him, And with Old I'opper orders I order, and made to obey. "The nermnns mut have knnwn ltmrXx 11 "" Stble that li. about .hese orders, for even In the day transport nnd troops ued to """! ncome our,on 11 stretcner. It, one j s",,,'' battalion held und ejisie themsehes ns If they were on they heard the betting was even parade. This sure gut up our nose. when money that they'd eonio out 011 sitting there day after day. with line stretchers, they gniMi.il nil the ut targets In front of u hut unable to In slglut. I.Ike it lot of bally Idiots, sev-ersend over a shell. We heartily cussed of the Imttery men fell for their Old Pepper, Ids orders, the governgame, and put up real moner. The ment, the people at home, and every.locks' suffered a lot of casualties, nfid thing In general. Hut the llorhes 'the prieiects looked bright for the didn't nilnd cussing, and got very careCHAPTER XVI. battery men to collect some ensy less, inline me, they were hally Inmoney. So when the battalion was re- - sulting. Used tn, when using a certain Battery D 238. The day after this I received the ."'veil the gambler lined up. Several rond, throw their caps Into the air us 'mergliig a Intuit nt our helplessness. V1""" glad tidings that I would occupy Ihe J,,H" D. ellcked ll "" "Cassell had been a telegrapher In machine gunners' dugout right -- L. the advanced artillery observation weren't there to pay. The artillery- civil life and Joined up when war was post. This dugout was n roomy affair, men had never thought It out Hint declared. As for me. I knew Morse, dry ns tinder, und real cots In It. way. Those Scottles were bound .to learned It at the signalers' sthool hack These cots had been made by the he sure winners, no matter how tiie In Will. With on officer In the obserI.ivery Stable. Ollite at Ralney ,It. I2.'s who had previously occupied wind blew. So take a tip from me, vation post, we could not carry on the bet with a Scotlle. 'cause you'll kind of conversation that's usual beKentucky Ihe dugout. I was the first to enter nevermoney. Lanruster. tween two mates, so we ued the and promptly made a signboard with lose "At one part of ,nur trench where .Morse code. To send, one of us wonld my name und number on It nnd sus1 coinmunlciitlon trench Joined the tap the transmitter with his finger pend. il It from the foot of the mot front line n Tommy had stuck up 11 nails, nnd the one on the other end comfortable cot therein. In the trenches It la always "first wooden signpost with three hand or would get It through the receiver. nrnl" on 'ne of the hand, point .Many an hour was nhlled away In lids come, first served." and this Is IU-.' 'ne 'ermnn lines, rend. To Iter- - munner passing; compliments tack and to I UNERRL DIRECTOR upTwo by all. the com- - forth. "m l,nlnll"e It. P." A. men (Hova! Kleld nr- - illl,:' URIce Over National Hank. "In the observation post the officer trench rend. To mighty.' tlllery) from the nearby observation ', post were allowed the privilege of nMl" the ",1"r "1'1' 'Snlrliie Ditch, nsd to sit for hours with a Miwerful Kcsittence I'hone 3. Office I'hone 'J7 pair of Held glasses to his eyes. Mopping In thl dugout when off duty. f"ange Here for Stretchers.' I.AN'CASTKK, KY. "rarther down from this guide rot Through a cleverly concealed loophole (in, nf ih. .v.. num. it,,ii.t,i,,,ti.., u'u. I he would scan the ground behind the trench run through nn old orchard, wm by mime, who belonged to I'.at- """ "f ordinrd our but-- I (ermaii trenches, looking for targets tery I SW. scmeil to take 11 liking many. u'r' ,in1 eonstriicled nn advanced - and finding by name,This officer. Cap to me, nnd I returm-- this A had a habit of I11 two days' time we were pretty H'rvatwn post, ine trees screened It tain talking nut loud to himself. Some fr""1 the e i.v nlrmen and the roof chummy, and he told me now his tI ll,m", "ould vent his opinion, same tery In the early days of Ihe war had wus turfed. It wasn't cushy like ours. " coniiiimi private does when he's put over u stunt on Old l'"pper, and no timber or concrete hut walls of sandbags, rroui It a """'gin up. once iikiii a time the had gotten nnny with It. eaptnlti had been on Old Pepper's stuff. Kentucky, Paint Lick. I will cridoaver to give the s'cry a', tJendlil view of ihe (lermati lines so he could cuss In far as memory will permit In his own could he oLtnlned. This post wum't approved style. mid blindhe the most (Jot to sort of u eractly safe. It was 11 lint corner, words : hells plunking nil around, and the habit with him. "I enme out with Ihe first expediPrintM.4; Wa-fcc- r "About sir thousand yards from us. tionary force, and. like all the rest, liillli ts tutting leaves off the trees. thought we would have the enemy Many u time when relieving the slg. behind the ticrmnn lines, was a road In plain view of our post. Tor the lost VETERINARIAN. licked In Jig time, and be able to eat ,"",'r nt -""' I'hone. I had to crawl 011 ' Hirlstmas dinner at home. Well, so "eep iriiiu three days Frit had brought compa'"'"J- 1;'' " """" nies of troops down this road In broad Calls Answsred Promptly Day " far. I have eaten two Christmas din- - ,"'l"s "It was an observation post sure daylight. They were never shelled. tiers In the trenches, und nm liable to Nljht. Phone 317. cut two more, the wnv thlnirs aru enough. That's all Ihe use It mux. Just Whenever this happened the captain I .'..'.'CASTER. KENTUCKY. silnllng. That Is, If Trill don't drop observe till day, hut never u message would froth at the month and let out volume of Old Pepper's religion , n 'uhlzz-buiion in'e, and send me (o biiclc for our buttery to 0ieii up. You which used to make me love him. mere Hllghty. Sometimes I vtlsli I would rp "" I"'"" "livery battery lias a range chart on get hit, because It'a no great picnic W'T fclrlot orders not to lire 11 shell, whli h distinctive lundmarks ure noted, out here, nnd twenty-twmonths of It unless specially ordered to do so from with the range for enih. Those landbrigade headquarters, inline me. If makes you fed up. tnrgets.'und lire marks are "It's fairly cushy now compared to nnyone disobeyed that command, our bered. On railed buttery's chart, numour Fine Cut Flowers. that whut It used to be. although I admit general yes. It was Old Pepper the whale road VIwas culled Target 17, Itange '"bl hove tills trench Is u trlllo rough. Now, rtXM, degrees 30 minutes left.' I) SW we Fend over live bhells to their one. cxpislltlonury force, Nobody went out hntlery John M. McRoberts. consisted of four M..V howlt-rerdisobey Old I'cpper In Wo ure getting our own buck, but In "f ""'lr "'"' , und fired n .TT,nouni 11. II. shell, because he couldn't be the early days It was different. Then t,ln!"' ''"J-mentis 'high exyou JiimI to take everything without ""''' n purson; he was mure I1U n As )oit Wmw, II. li bumming up tny plosive.' I W. A. WHEELER reply. In fact, we would get twenty I'lrnte. If nt any time the devil should own Imttery,don't like but we had a recotd In si.eiu in mum tnr nnn ,ra .,r,i feel lonely nml sigh for ti tiroiier mate. the division for direct hits, mid our, . DENTIST 'over. Frltr seemed to enlov It. but 0'l Pepper would get the first boys were Just pining nwuy for 11 we Ilrltlsh didn't; we were Ihe suf- - rndne the (lermuns wasn't half "id - KENTUCKY. ferers. Just one casualty after an-- ! fompared vtlth an Intervltw with that chance to exhibit their skill in Ihe LANCASTER eyes of l'rllz. other, Sometimes whole platoons old llrchraud. Olllce over Stormes Drug Store. "On the afternoon of Ihe fourth day would disappear, especially when s "If a company or battalion should of t rill contemptuous use of the road Hours i.m. 1- -4 p.m. 7:39p.m. 'Juck Johnson' plunked Into their give way n few yards against n su mentioned the captain und I were at middle. It got so bad that a fellow, perlor force of Hollies, Old Pepper our sists ns usual. I'rlli wus strufe-lu- g y when writing home, wouldn't ask for would send for the commanding BOOKKEEPING us pretty rough, Just like he's doing cigarettes to be sent out, because cer. In about half an hour the ofllrer now. The shells were playing leapBMliM.PkoMonuiy HkTsL. TYPEWRITING and ht waj afraid he wouldn't he there to ! would come back with his fuce the frog all through that orchard. 'I color of a brick, and In a few hours TELEGRAPHY ractlyc them. "I was carrying on a conversation "After the drive to Purls was turned what was left of bit command would In our 'tap' code with Cassell at tha back, trench warfare started. Our j ho holding their original position, other end. It ran something like this I fU uTMl4Bt THfoIrUlC U iWC&tlU toeral grabbed a til kak1k twiM. fttoo 4 ossV HrtlM MJttt across It, and aatd,map, drew a pencil say i dhave seeu an officer who wou'dn't "'Say, Cassell, bow would you Ilk tor Mltlr bw. 'Dig here.1 Then n for u thousand ipild spend to be In the saloon bar of the King's VEnmWUAVH Us, ftUTU, Mr j Is forced to CHAPTER XXIV-Em- pey Form seemed to omorse from the take part In an execution as a member darkness. There were een of them of the firing squad. XXV-Prlt- lsh prepare for In all. I tried to wlli them nuny. I CHAPTER the lllg Push the battle of the bomme. never wished harder In my llfo.i They a trench raid, muttered a few word In fJermr.n CHAPTER XXVI-- In and preceding the Big Push. Empey Is desperately wounded and lies uncurscious In nulled Into the hlnrkne, I didn't No Man's Land for 3$ hours. Mop wlshlnc either. CHAPTER XXVII After four months All of a sudden we heard 11 stumhle. In a Urltlih hospital. Kmpey ts dl'rhargrd -as "physically unni xor runner war serv na muddy sphWi. and a inuttenil "Dun-- . ice. i ner und r.Iltzen." One of the Iloches hid tumhleil Into n shell hole. Neither of n laughed. At that time It didn't strike us ns funny. Ahout twenty minutes after the s had disappeared something from the rear crahhed me by the foot. I By An Americin Soldier nearly fainted with fright. Then 11 welcome whlspor In n cockney accent. Who Went "I s'y, myte, we've come to relieve you. ARTHUR COY EMPEY , Wheeler nniTI crawled bark to our Machlnt Cunntt Sitting In Ftanct trench; we looked like wet hens and felt worse. After n swlc of mm we were soon fast nsleep on the fire step lOosrrUU, U1I, y ArUnt Qiy laipei) 111 our wet clothes. Continued from last week. The next morning I was as stiff as a poker and every Joint ached like n had tooth, hut I was still alive, so it did not matter, ceded by gas wave. Is repulsed, fall. Over the Top" get tr.e ti .acne from I.eii'Vr- lievn. It wan t exactly s..fe to .. r. upright, either, he n.ie 11s nti vour nnipc- - showeil over the t'l e itillet would bounce off It, or cNe come mi Hiwe It wouli! make your hair stand. We used to till vindliags and stick Mhem on top of the parapet to make ll higher, but no use; thev would le Ihcre ah. nit an hour and then I'rllr would turn loos, and blow them to bit). My neck lieil to be sore from iluddliu1 xhells nnd bullels. "Vhcre my hatti ry was station. d n haly Ireiirli had been iliis, which the boys nicknamed 'Suicide ditch." and. believe inc. Ynnk. this was the original 'Suicide dllrh.' All the others re Imitations. "When n fellow went Into that St. Louis ( It Ml OIK II Mil). KY. Crab Orchaid Holllinn Co. Distributors Redpath LANCASTER. Chautauqua JUNE 24 TO ''''" .t i.r 28. OFFICIAL PROGRAM BY DAYS FIRST AFTERNOON Introductory Exercises Grand Concert Organization of Children's Concert Lecture Falrchild Hour FIRST EVENING Fuirchlld CARDS.J Quartet Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. f' Ijidies Quartet Sergeant Ucrnard S. Wolu SECOND MORNING Children's. Hour Concert Lecture, .............. "Adam Going Hour Grand Concert Children's J. A. Beazlev SECOND AFTERNOON The Montague Light Opera Singers to School" Wm. Forkell SECOND EVENING Montague Light Opera Singers . THIRD MORNING .. ....... l'"'l' '"n "ecitnl Lecture, "Crime 'tecital Joy Night Children's Hour THIRD AFTERNOON Christine Giles Company Its Cause nnd Prevention".. Harry J. Loose THIRD EVENING Christine Giles Company Italph Iliiigham FOURTH MORNING .. M. .J. PATRICK, FOURTH .Music und Druma AFTERNOON Dentist. Dr. Exhibit of Wnr Cartoons of the Allied Nations FOURTH EVENING Music nnd Drama Paramount Entertainers Putriotic Pugeant A Play by the Local Children Lecture, "Loyalty to the Home Town"........... Ch tries Howard Plattcnbun; FIFTH MORNING Children's Hour FIFTH AFTERNOON Paramount Entcrtniners ................ ....... ... ......... Lecture Exhibit of Famous Itaemackcn Cnrtouns FIFTH EVENING Grund Concert ...... Liberty Hellm Honaker "' (Season Tickets for the Entire Week t2.00 if Uought Ilofore the Opening Day. This Dors Not Include lh 10 per ent. War Taa Which Will I!. Collected for the Co.ern. ment at the gale.) W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. I OA V Residence I'hone' 33. nswu.iainiiii! fn ll9im, The Central Record, Thursday, June 20 19,18 I'AINTMCK Dr. II. J. Pntrldi was in I.cxlng ton, Thursday, MI.. l.llll'l L.I1.I..A la lIII l.lll,- l.nillilc attending the Normal. Frank Itnlston has been transferred to Cnmp Grccnlcaf, (in, Miss Mnrthn Cnrrott Is visiting licr grandparents, Mr. unci Mn W C, Fish. licv. Go.lbey tilled his iippomt mcnt nt tli Methodist church Inst Sunday. tlio hell VrWrt llfin for hoct. Hudtsn, Hughes and 7 PATRIOTIC ADDRESS AND APPRO- 1. III..I,- nioncl NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR BY W. M. ELDRID5E PRIATE RESOLUTIONS MEMORIAL DAY ADOPTED. Ml fd I'.rn.u. Mr. ninl Mr. Reed l.rnr and chil dren, have returned to their he, no in Middlesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Estridgc i.n I family from Mississippi nre l.r 'p n a visit to relatives. Mr. mml Mm. Ernest Wood" nntl .Mr. and Mm. J. II. Woods were visit lug in (""rub Orchard Inst wciv Dr. ami Mrs. II. J. Patrick are the priHi'l parent of n little son, born June 12th, ami mimed William (' r limn. Private Willi came ' omc I furlough. on n week-en- d hnns brwn nml strong and is writ pie,' nl with army life. The Itrci Cros members ue niire' lilhient in the work now, is me i f her present Tue.dy and 2 b '' jfHUie rut ami folded, , Utile Mis Mattie BsWl! V. entertained Tuesday, the on .is.hi I 37 brine; her hth birthday. lit 'c I utin rmpended to the invita'.-Miss Virginia Stud of Ijcxlngi n. a talented Ilea tor nml Impersonal r Aud ' inn H will lie at thi Wednesday the luth. Tor the bem , Iti-Cross. lit of the ltors I)rie t'irm out ith f'jn'i Ininrnl, the quisle a tin wth-in- s Inumrnt tlut nitr.itrs ith-orubbing anil rrlietrs the psm. Always hie a Iwttle in the bouse (or the achrs and pains of ihrun-i-l.im- , coul, lumbago, strain, .sprains, still joints and all mundr Nirrirss. I Rheumatic Aches I.ItYANTSYILLK Little .Mis I.cncr.1 llurtcn has been on t! c .c list ' us week Mist I'rn'icis Tomlmson left Tuesday to st-:- t rvlat.ic lit .Middlesburo. has returned Sirs. N r list liomeaft cr n .sit tj relatives in Fla. his Dr. I. ('. Hose accompanied father, Mr. C. II. Hose to Louisville, this week for a short ty. Miss Pearl Johnson of Hell Jellico, Tenn., is the attractive little guest of Iter aunt, Mrs. C. C. Iltcker. Mr? and Mrs. II. I. Klder of Nidi. were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. J. Hogan llnllanl. Cremo Dsir) Teed will make your more milk. cow el Hudson, lluches and Fsrnsu. The Ked Cross member will meet every Thursday to do sewinjc and other work for the soldiers in the oHice of Mr. C. C. Ilecker. The W. C. T. .U met Monday f. Urnoon with Mr. Hlizabeth llur-KosThe afternoon v,:ii spent in this, "housewives" far mnklnir soldiers. .Irs. John Ilallurd and Miss Mario llallard of Uineaster, nml Mr. Jn. Lick, were the Uallard, cf Taint RUtutUuf Mrs. J. '''. llrnnt mid Mr. I'anny llryi.nt, Tuenlay. Miss Mnry Kllen Farley has cone to Jessamine for n short stay with her brother, Mr Sam Farley and famto leave ily. Miss Karley expects noon fer nn extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Everett Lnwson nt Mo. licv. O. S. Connnt has been elected principal of the llryants illc llicii School and Mrs. Conant will tench the primary grades. The community i to be concratulated on secur-ili- K the services of these excellent people. They will move over from Wllmore in a short time to make tbtir home here. Itcv. Connnt win a member of the faculty at Asbury Collcptc last year. tsfiOROP Of BOURBON ikittle make is pallon of jofdifiLe At all Jruritt. bairiLleand bnuklet onT'lH-car- of FowU" cnt If'ItKK. 6nc Siiw. watrr care inu cholera, dlarrho andutbrrct.lckdlieac. On POtlTPY CURE down a chlck'a throat cures A few drop la iht ttourben f nW Co. tiirVt( I; Ilatelden Brothers. In response to the "resident's proclamation that the thirtieth of Ma.. . n day already tacred i a mi m- f i:r.y, be observed ns a day of . union, faninc Rm! prayur, tHe p -- i ? of rn.nt Lick community met f-- i . Ilnptist church. Keve rend W E .Iridic delivered nn address A ttl. ..' ho was requested to furnisu fcr publication. The address fob low.pg' is the substance of that ad-i- ! rc s : ( Wc nre fncinc n prent world cri-s.- s IN There is no time for petty par-ti'in- n politics. We nre all free-bor- n American citizens. This American fr. tdom was secured for us by our is guaranfathers who fousrht in the Rcvolu- mry war. Shall we now surrendBy to preer this freedom to the autocratic 1-3 ico ii ...crs of Europe and thereby prove ourselves unworthy sons of these ! sires? k T'ds rveramer.t w.s b ir i in i salf jrinr am! nrnflre w ith tr. deteimined rurpoe to maintain, in re, .rdhf cf t"-- cost, these richts t' ioi in lit j sovereign authority to in on ha ' given ever., individual. The :r,un Republic 'vas God's ans- r to the prayer of His oppressed leo.iie tor liberty, "bic semper f.ranus." Down vith the tyrant is the motto of that old state that has sriVKSSOUS TO A. ! WHEELER FI'RN'ITI UK CO. r ven to the nation and the world Vt nshington, and Lee. and last but DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. and Rug Store. Danville's Largest t Uast, Woodrow Wilson. The German Kaiser and the Roman ! upe have formed a secret league w tli Patan to destroy the liberty for .. h our fntherc foui:ht and for Mrs. John La id the Mr and Mrs. Allen Tester -- id Mr CUM.NS CHAI'KL. wh e'i Christ wai crucifid. As un-i- n Elbert Teater entertained a nui her Mr nnd.Mrs. John Land, .Mr taxable evidence of this fact wc Miss Sue IliirkTins is visiting in our of friends Sunday. Mrs. Kb Mobcrley motored to Renin have simply to glance t.'. these namidst. Mis Mary IMith Walker of Un-raste- r. Hill for a visit to rel.nitcs Suni'ay, tions where the Pore's power is Mr. Silas Matthcua sold a row to is the truest of her cousin, Look at Austria, Ireland, Mr. and Mrs. Jlarvey Teater, Mr. greate't. Mr. Sam Murphy for T,0. Mnster James It. Amon. nnd .Mrs. Wm. Isbcll were KUests of Mexico nnd Spa n. And what he alwith Miss Alice Jones has been .Mr. and Mrs. Kober t Whitlaker Mr. and Mrs. Clem Murphy Sunday, most did in Italy. What is the meanMrs II M. Kurti. the past two weeks. and little Mis Lucy Knthcrlne. spent of Mexico's attitude to us nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Crow am ing on Poor Itidtfe. the week-en- d our allies? It all means that the Mr and Mrs. Ulcus roster Acre children and Mr. Frank Land motor using the I'ope to turn the Mr. Frank Ijn.l sold a mare to Mr. ed to Crab Orchnrd curst of Mr. and Mrs. Mnse Kny. for n visit Sun Dyvil is tide in the favor of the Despot of Sunday Taylor Kaincy for ir.'.'i. Also a day. Germany. Misses lternice and riefsie Tenter cow to Otis Naylor for $76. Roman, the little son of Mr. Floyi It is true that some of the Roman with relatives in spent the week-en- d Misses lvn and l.ennn llollon re- Humphrey, who has been ery ill for Catholic countries have broken dip- victor-- . Jessamine turned Friday from the mountains several months, was brought hour lomatic relations with the General Fourth: Th..t a copy of these has been the at- where they had been visiting. from the Lexington Hospital Sunday- - Towers and the world is now asking Miss Inez bo r. it each of these boys Clark on Misses Myrtle and Christine Davis There seems to be no hope for his why did they not stop at the sever- with the assL-antractive Kuett of Jlrs. of our earnest of fluckeye, spent n few days with recovery. Lcxincton pike. ance of their diplomatic relations? prayers that od may keep and use The Pope can answer this question. them to give t j the world that freedAutocracy whether in the church or om for which Christ died. state has always shown that it was in Fifth: That these resolutions be league with Hell. published in .he Lancaster Central What is the meaning of the Pope's Record and n the Richmond Climax. t proffer of his services as mediator between the Allies and Central PowEy Cus.r fcr Ey Workers. An o.M- - gi'iii i valuable for inncnrn-Ithe ers? The friendship between who Hurl, 'lhrri1 then I danger Allies nnd Central Powers? The friendship between tha Knlscr nnd tn ihc no fmm Mecl or oilier particles rmi.sts of n sloel frnmp nnd n the Pope is like the friendship madn piece of plate glas covered by iron between Pil.itc nnd Herod when they wire netting of large meli. The guard crucified Jeeus. l mid t" he omdly ndjusted nnd more Every proposal of German "race convenient than goggles. h3 stamped upon it "Mads in Hell". For conclusive evidence of th'.s fact MT. HEBRON loox nt Russia nnd Rounianin. The Allies cai no more make Mrs. Joe Hicks is still very low. peuie with the Central Powers thr.n Mr. Hamilton Montgomery is ill. God can mnke rtace with the Devil Little Hugh Floyd Crank is ill nnd Henvcn make peace with Hell. When Israel came Into Canaan with flux. GoJ commanded them to make no Mr. W. O. Scott of Nicholasville, covenant of peace with these heath- was n visitor here Sunday. But they were to en idolators. Miss Christine Rogers of Danville drive them outof the' land and ex- 's the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will of them. If they Grow. terminate all should spare these heathen, they of Mr. nnd Mrs. nugene Clark woul beeome"thorns In their sides". Boyle, nttenwcd preachln;; hero last This is truo y of every German Sunday. sympathizer, who has been allowed Misi Frnncis Montgomery is visit enjoy the freedom anil the blcs-- l to Montgomj ing her brother, Mr. Olho iny of American institution.--. Now, when American in fituticn i ery o Frankfort. nnd American freedom an being Mrc M. L. Montgomery, Mi,ses 'irentencd with destruction b; the Siva JcrE'ngK and Vclma Thompson combined power of tho Kaiser, the j Aire in Danville, Monday. rope ami me uevu, ii is nign umo jijss Blanche BpcnKs or Business n should hclUtfrl, Rhnnl nt Tnvtnntnn that everv l,i r. 'turned home for vacation. driven from American soil and sent to Germany as the only stop between The infant of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. who bought Chandler sedans last Fall, with the Winter In here and his eternal home. Montgomery was interred in the TIIOSK find now Our house is on fire! If Germany that they lnnc a most delightful Summer car. And burying lot last Tuesday. should win, the" verdict of history those who buy nAv, with the Summer in mind, will find in a few months Mr. William Humphrey and Mrs. would be "America was to blame." x Katie Humphrey visited Mr. Homer that they have u most comfortable Winter car. This is u day of humiliation. The Humphrey at Camp Taylor Sunday, convertible sedan body which is For the handsome Fishcr-bui- lt national sins nre great. Irreligion, Cow peas, soy beans, Tennessee tho liquor traffic, the Sabbath dese- mounted on the Chandler chassis is quite as much si Summer car as it for ,a1e- cration. and the love of gain. What Is u Winter car. It is an open car when you want It open, and a closed Hudson, Hughes and Tarnsu. to authority has any government you want it closed. All the windows are instantly adjustable car when grant permission to do things that Mrs. Andrew Stotts and Miss Jesand may be either entirely lowered away Into the body panels or removed. God has forbidden? sie B. Ray nnd little brother, visited The car Is roomy, splendidly upholstered and seats seven In perfect It is time for the humble confes- - Mrs. L. E. Speaks Saturday and Sun(Ion of our sins before God and ask- day. comfort. The auxiliary seats face forward. ing His forgiveness for Christ's sake. Messrs II. It. and Ernest Mont There can never be a better time of year than right now to get your It Is a time to p'ray for God's help. gomery, loin Hicks and Lowry sedan. to acknowledge gratefully His trior- - SpeaU JcUvereil their hoRt to , c SIX ATTRACTIVE CHANDLER MODELS in imi iin.o luiiiu nuu our ii.c Rue, Monday. Seven-I'asseneHuaJslcr, 4795 Touring Car, S170S through our homes, our country and ,, ., ; firw uf 1 '""f Dispatch Car, ftS7S "J"' our church. Ask hi. blessing upon Preaching at this our President, our Congress, our Limousine, tJOVS Convertible Coupe, 323'iS Convertible Sedan, $2495 . SlindllV nml iv.m M,.torlii,,n.l nrmy, our navy, our lied Cross, our ! A II prices I, u. b. Cles tanj by Mr' and SI"' R U Tracey- Doctor and nurses, our Y. M. C. A. Jlr- - ""J M". Dillard Brumfield, Shall we pray fot1 and chaplains. Germany? Shnll we pray for the ami. children, .Mr. and Mrs. A. b. Shall we nrav that GodlDeanc, and on Harrison, attended Kaiser! will five our Allies tho victory and I Preaching at Pleasant Hill last Sun. crush our enemies? Did not our day. Savior tench us to pray for our enAt the regular Business Meeting emies? Did He not give us his own last Saturday the ML Hebron BapCHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO example when ho prayed, "Father tist church went into a call for pasforgive them?" tor for the ensuing year. Rev. D. I". Shall we not rather pray that God Sebastian was unanimously called. Refrigerator Wmm SERVICES.' WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF NEW ICEBERGS THE BEST REFRIGERATOR MADE. THE NEW ICEBERG WILL PLEASE YOU APPEARANCE, QUALITY AND PRICE. The New Iccburg, as shown here, give satisfaction. teed actual test it serves food beter and requires at least less than any other refrigerator built. We are showing them this season the Whitt Enamel, Porcelain and Zinc lines; all size up $50.00. ranging price from $10.00 Sapp-Slat- 'ii Furniture Co. furniture r.t with his holiness, Justice, goodnnd mercy? Shnll wc not pray that the power of Clod's Spirit that was in John Huss nnd Martin Luther may come upon the people of Austria nnd Germany that they mny bo won to Christ nnd liberty Remember how- - Ensland has been lelivercd from that Autocratic des- potim nitniim whi h the thirteen Re- American C lonios rebelled. member that t mny she stands shoul- i;h the Allies fieht- Icr to shoulic, nig for huma. frecdom. Let us pray that God's almighty grace m.iy do for the pt.iplc of the Central Powers what ile has done in England. And with this prayer, and hope there w'll not be enough Gerin the world or devils in btll mans to defeat the llies in this great struggle. Then con we say, "Not unte ni, IV:, Lord, but unto thy name do we give a'.I the praise, honor and Hery both no-.- nnd forever." Amen. Tbfl frltowinc resolutions were pro posed am ftcQptrdt We. the citizens of Paint Lick am) th' v:cii,; thereabout, be'na, assembled in ,r..:n .neninp tK. , the thirtieth of May. 10IS, do hereby oiler cur hearty anil unqualified cup-po- rt of cur Rovirmiunl and our Priti.icnt '.: their with the allied lationo of the wriJ In the defensive war in which wc an: now engaged ngnins-- t the Central Powers of Europe. (irst, that wc pledge them our unstinted support in tho purchase of Liberty Bonds, nnd Thrift Stamps, nnd subscriptions to the work of tho Red Cross and V. M, C. A. till wc shall have gained, by God's helrt n triumphant victory over the armies of the German Kaiser. Second: That wc convey to the boys from this vicinity the expression of our firm conviction thr.t they are Sghtin? en the side of tho right against the wrong, on the side of God against the Devil and on the side of heaven againrt Hell. Third: That we assure each of them of oar abiding confidence, sympathy, love and aid in the way of ir.cn and money necessary to win the will In n cord ness crant the triumph of His craco victory that will be in full ac- CHA famous For Its Afarvelows Motor n i x Now Is the Best Time to Get Your Sedan nlil KINNAIRD BROS., LANCASTER. KY. The Central To Appear Here Chautauqua Week Thursday, June 20, 1918. Fairchild Ladies Quartet Coming; Open Chautauqua Here ALL THE LATEST Wall Paper IDEAS-BEAUTI- FUL ASSORTMENT Moldhave a large variety of ing for Frames and an expert in charge. Glass and frames for any size picture. Picture Framing; Picture We Save Your Auto White Lead and Oils at Reduced Prices. We can Save You Money on Wall Paper. We have the best nuto paint on the market. It will make your old machine look new. Brushes and all equipment. Paint your own car. ltali!i Ulnghani, Hie wldel) known cnlerlalmr, und bis wife, Christine Giles lllngham, with the ChrNtlne Giles Coininmy. Playground Workers on Redpatk Circuit Coomer THIRD STREET. How Character Is Made. Character I" never ininle hi follow- -' 'h rnrler w m:id ns the euy way strong hy Its cxcrcle iignlteM i'. temp Hon of eue and the limit ot le:it I ..l resistance. i & Nave DANVILLE, KY. IIHMMHWWHWMWIMIMII ar savings Mamps Speakers, Places and Dates 11. I KaulTman, Mrs, I! K .Mcltoherts I'uint I.iok, June l'Jth lluckeye. June 10th. Judge L I. Walker, Miss Sallie Klkin. It. II. Tomlinson, Miss Klitn Ison. llryantsvillc, June 111th, L'nion, Flatwoods, June lllth,. ltev. Kills, ltev. Khlrl.lge. Mason, June tilth, - .ltev. F. 1). I'nlmeter. II. F. Hudson, Dr. W. A. Wheeler. lluena Vista. June :.'uth ltev. II. S, HuiUorl, Miss F.litn (son, (5. II. Kwinchroad, Miss Jennie lliggins, l)r Cartcrsville, June "JUth. Very Good Reason. Another reason ehy 11 man would I rather he a man and have men friend I than he n woman mid have woman friends Ik licniuso he knnuiK that mine of hi friends I eolng to Itorrow hi ' hair to go to the theater or 11 party. I One of Hit' capable joung ladle shown In the picture will he lu charm of the children' work hen- - on tin- - Chantauqua. The children's hour will be held In the morning, except nn the llrt day, when It "III he In the afternoon. ulght n grand patriotic pageant w III he staged liy the local On the fourth children. The pageant opens In n strnuge country where all the nation are to with attending a country fair. Two American children cnuie strain-lin- e overflowing vrlth lnoney, which they begin to speud lavishly. All their jan-Letire having a hilarious Urue when word Is received that all Is not well la their various countries Id Part II war has been declared and following thin statues of war sculp-tureThe costume and btage In murhle are reprcstnled liy tin children. acttlnc are particularly attractive. Has Horse Beaten Two Ways. automobiles," said "I likes I likes aulmiiN. A 'mean tnnn kin keep heatln' an' starvln' lf n fliva boss. Hut If he gits rough ver he's Halite to break It an' If lie Ion' keep up de gasoline rations It Jen' naturally quits." 't'nele i:iien, " Viue Expert on Community Problems to Lecture Here Chautauqua Week things that we worry over or fret ahum or strive for really make .... ifrf.nfM utistever. sml we worry ,!nd fret and strive for them merely! (from a stupid sort of liahlt. And f have, perhaps let mem Homer us aim trouble us again and again, thinking that they mattered, and mattered suThe music on the opening dsy of the premely. Hut do they I Chautauqua will he furnished by the Fairchild Ladles quartet, four charmShackling the Temper. ing and talented young ladles In a There Is an adage somewhere to the pleasing program of good music, both effect that the tluhter who lo.es-hi- s Instrumental and vocal. temper gladdens hl enemy. The exIlessle Fairchild, manager of the perts of the prise ring will tell Jon quartet, pianist ami soprano, studied this Is a true saying. In further proof under Ilmll Uehllng for n number of we" have the Solomonic assurance that year". he who Is slow to auger Is Letter than Lelu Fairchild. violinist, reader, and mighty. All of wlmli means that contralto, studied expression at Wis. the anger Is weakening, and that the man conlii unlvertty, und voice with Mag- who permits his temper to rule him nus Sdmtz of Chicago. a destructive muster. Mildred Mcreness, cellist and so- tins prano. Is uImi a pupil of Magnus Perfectly Reasonable, She has a voice of much Sdmtz. Landlord (with u dcteriulimttun nil eharui and color. Fairchild, violinist nnd con- his own) "lu one wnni, when tin )ou Dorothy tralto, dlsplajs admlrahle technique going to pay your arrears y thud up on the violin and sings aa faultlessly Author (with mi mihakeii coolness)-- "I us she plays. will satisfy your demands us soon as receive the money whhh tin puli .ncastur June 24th to 28th. Usher will pay me If he accepts the novel I n in going lo send him us soon as the work Is tluMied, uhlih I'm a dhnut to commence when have found it sultahle suhject anil the necessary Get Your Ticket Inspiration," So many things do not matter. Foolish Worrying. W. A. Wheeler. Nina, June Uth. ltev. Kldriilge, Mrs. (Ico, I), Kohinson, Sycamore, June "JOth, .11. F. Hudson, Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird, J, K. lEobinton, Miss Virginia Uourue. Antioch, June '.'Olh Ilrailshuw, McC'reury, June 'JOth, . .Itcv. I). F. Sebastian, Mits Lenna llollon. (unn's Cluipel, June 1! 1st KevF, I). I'almeter, Mrs. K. C. Cainas. Hickman, June 1! 1st Dr. 11. A. Dawes, Miss Kliza Ison. Manse, June 'JlsL Ilcv. W. M. F.ldridgc, Miss Jennie lliggins. Herring, June 21st, ltev. S. , Calllson, Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird. C. KautTman, Miss Sallla Klkin, Dr. Wheeler. ScotU Fork, June Uaker Scqool House, June 21st It. It. Tomlinson, II. I). Tomlinson. Hourne, Mt. Hebron church, June 21st. .ltev, Conant, ltev. W, M. Mahan. Stony I'oint, June 21st Kev. Ellis, W. A. Farnau. Copper Creek, June -- 1st, .Kev. J. It Moorman,. U G. Davidson. Itradshaw Mills, June 21st ltev. D. F. Sebastian, Miss Lennu llollon. 0. II. Swinebrond, Mrs. Kmmu Kaulfman. Harmon's Lick, June 22nd, Walker School House, June 22ml, ..Judge I U Walker, Mrs. F. I'. Frishle. 1'leas.int Hill, June 22nd... .Kev. II. S, Hudson, Mrs. K. C. Cnlncs, Dr. W. A. Wheeler. Kev. D. F. Sebastian, Miss Lenna llollon. teuteraville. June 22ml II. C. KaulTman, Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird. Iiwson School House, June 22nd Ileazley School Home, June 2.1rd II. C. KnulTmun, Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird, Urights ilenil, June 2:1.1, Dr. W. A. Wheeler, J. F. Holticlaw, II. V. Ilastin. Kev. Ilryant, !th. Bethel. June Kev. Muhan, Kev. Dawes. Kice Academy, June 24th llecchwood, June 21th, . .J. K. Kobinson, Kev. S, (i. Cullisun, Dr. Wheeler Kuv. II. S. Hudson, W. F. Champ. Orcluird (!rocJune 25th West Point, June 2.'tli, . Judge I.. I. Walker, II. F. Hudson. Dr. Wheeler. Kev. F.Idridge, ltev. Kills. Woo ' View, June 2jIIi. Kev Ilryant. llul.tt, June 2Ath. J. K. MOOKMAN', Chairman Speaker. Jlt,..ll. ... Singing Orchestra Coming Here On the Chautauqua Now REDPATH "Loyulty to the llouie Town" will he discussed hy Chillies Howard Jlr. l'lattcnburg, who n for on the fomtli ulght of the Chnutauquu. many yeurs n successful newspaper iilltur and tut ) traveled widely. Is im authority on comniimlfy piubleius. So vltul to the public did the Itetall Merchants' Assoclutloii of Kentucky hundred thousand copies and consider this addition thut they prluted scattereit them brojdeust'tbroughout the state. In 0,050 towns and cities lu the Dine leading states, Including 13 county seats, there wug an actual loss lu population from 11X10 to l'JIO. At least 7,000 more towus In these nine states barely held their own, meaning that In those tea years nearly 14,000 towns either blood still or lost ground. Mr. I'lattenburg shows that thlH tremendous loss In imputation, and the aormou depreciation In real estate values resulting therefrom were lirought bout: (1) By lack of civic pride, community loyally and local cooperation; (X) by tie tretnendouJ Inroads made by the mall order houses; (3) by the ceaatant stream of young men and women from the smaller towns to the great cotter. After showing these tend cades In the uverage town, he discusses i and methods tnat hare wen sncesanuiy useu iu CHAUTAUQUA The 100 Per Gent Program New Use for the X.Ray. Inlere.'i'ug mpcilmcnts have been s tiUuehsl at .Munlih unit h una lu tl ...mlnallon of old porlmlts with t. entg'ii rajs, tine of Ihe runilois iimsI the .' ras on , the art inu-eurlrult and 'H-- c old Madonna e.'iil ehleuen of it later ovt rpalnliiig , Vienna l'lof.Mux Dvorak upiilltsl .he s.itiie lest lo u plrtum of the Mai' legnu mIumiI, which had been li.ully illsllguretl by hiter ultcuipts nt rmiii photogruph ilia stliuMon. The closed perfiHtly tho original tnuti" of the painting. 5 Big Yaca-tio- n Days LANCASTER JUNE 24 to 28 nu uu. LANCASTER' CHAUTAUQUA JUNE 24-2- 8 MM Pan:abts Muscle Maker. It Is u co.'Hnnii ml .like to sitiu'e thut to ge) ih eis tiry strength to do hard lujuual labor u heavy meat This Pt far from I diet Is nwv--iircorrect. Musculur lalsir does not ma i terlully uffect the dimund fur minerals und pnilelns, but rather for starches, fata, and sugars. Therefore uuy wutiigM through muscular effort could be much better repaired by pancakes and sirup than by roust beef, for as niii'li moisture and, heat are wanted ns tissue, so It Is fuel that la required. l'opulur Science Monthly. I Seven of the Liberty Belles as an Or:hestra. ... IIIIIC ..l. I ...I ..1..II. .. I... ' .. l!..rtV lt..1luu for... u Niisiiib w,m-s- , III ..I.... lUirilltll win, t ...... ....... appear on the last night ujilju Chaulauquu lu a grand patriotic program. Aa aa orchestra the girls use cornet, trombone, traps and drum, cello, volln and piano, preientlng popular selections pleasingly played. Ho well tlnlshed, Is their ensemble orchestrutlou uud so full of Ufa und action their work, that the effect la easily Out of an orihc.trn of twlco their number. The latter part of the program I given lu military costumes and featurea tb stirring military alas of our country und uur alllua. Tin I .... LANCASTER CHAUTAUQUA, JUNE 24 TO 28