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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 27, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918062701_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 27, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 27. 1918. DR.J. W.WEBER SPECIALIST n NUMBER 13. i g)HEII i . !! X -- 1 SF13 , THE TOOT FEARFUL .. . vV--- , i'V'VS ,f v ' V 1 ' itVwJ'fwL. llTJU. ? I'lftifUK .w ent of Bri' v,'ry 3111 l.y nil NEAR PAINT LICK MONDAY NIGHTr i' tcssful and h recommended . lio he hm treated. Office .t V With carceti n :r,oric.-t- J v arning, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lc.iford, prominent resilient of Madison county, KAUFFHAN LANDS were instantly killed near l'aint Lick -a., I' h.hual last Monday night at 8:30 o'clock, NICE PLUM. when their automobile was struck Friend of II. Cloy KaulTman are by Louisville nml Nashville train No, congratulating him upon his recent 0, running from Maysville to StanAssistant ford. The accident happened about IT? appointment as Special nt JU. S. District Attorney, for the Eas- one half mile cart cf Paint Lick, tern district of Kentucky. The ap- what is known as the Francis crossvery certain kind of farming implements pointment was made through Attor- ing, and directly opposite the resiThe ney General Gregory, at Washington dence of Mr. J. B. Francis. of trnin was on time and coming down City, upon the recommendation hard to get. If you are interested and need steep grade, one of the heaviest jpenatcr Beckham and the approval a 'PC, grades between Richmond and Stanof Senator James. anything in this Hue, give us your order now. Mr. and Mrs. Ledford occupSi B' The appointment lasts for the du- ford. tourration of the war, and his special ied the rear seat of their Ford ing car and their son, Noble Ledford, duties will he to prosecute nil IS' to the government and any who was driving, and their daughter, twenty-fcu- r rtlempU toward evasion of the draft Marian Ledford, aged JOHN PEERE DEERING x respectively, .5 years law. He will prosecute in the courts and twenty-siMOWERS MOWERS of Frankfort, Itichmoml, London, were on the front seat. At the place of the accident the 'a; ,'OJ. Cattletsburg and Jackson. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. fMr Kaulfman will hold his first dirt road runs parallel with the railfroad for some distance, anil in turnIE special term cf court on July lHth, ing to i ross the railroad one goes lf :l3' ii at Cattlettsburg. His duties will crossing not take his entire time from Lan- over a sharp elevation, in with Hu ' Savings Slamjil to the caster and his law office will still re- this point the ear was stalled Beans and onions unci cabbage are lutmoil of your financial capacity, main open as in the past where his the rear wheels in the center of the n'l.cs of the Allies, track. At this moment Miss Ledford land th Incrra.i- - your capacity by clients will be waited upon as saw the fast approaching train and If you want results. Ret the laving more. s after the submarines. r Jumped at the same time yelling to C: star found The fact that n n the others to do the same, but they foreseen ! ample space and opportunity to ap MUCH WORK AHEAD FOR roulil have if America only had time to raise in their seats never pear among . oineuuences she would the others nml outsnine when the crash came, resulting in the the ubmnrinc. invented I many RED CROSS WORKERS. instant death of Mr. and Mrs. Led- of them tow to prove that i the Hie truly patriotic family is there ii always plenty of room at thnt ma been ford. Miss Ledford was horrified. The mnin .,f screams being heard above the AT BAPTIST CHURCH. ODD FELLOWS BAND c errfully raising a war garden andj'T assigned to the local Ited Cross Chap-!"- " j. fully canning the products. qh following additional ubw:rip- - ter and that must be completed by noise oi liie uiitusiiiiik irain. ouiServices morning and evening; was powerless to do a thing and AT CRAB ORCHARD. the Ue.1 ;ros from Taint September 1st, will .all for many son it"""" Morning Theme: "Giving Men mother in Chicago had mere , olunteers than hiue ottered could only stand In plain view and yet Dead"; evening, "The Men We ,n.. ,i, ci,,,, Lick hair been received, The Crass Band and Orchestra of killed in- ( 1.00, their senices to this noble work. see her father and mother . otlj do not Need". in n't rawe her son to b a slacker. Albert the Widows and Orphans Odd Fel1.00 Uist week thirty hospital bed shirts stantly. J. 11. L.i'ord Young Peoples Service at 7. lows Home of Lexington, Ky., conwith Noble Ledford was curried 1.00 were shipped by the chapter. "Preserve to our use the kindly ' (leorge Garner, . S. G. Callison. sisting of 32 Orphan Children, IS The work laid out for the Garrard the machine and miraculously escap1.00 fruits of the earth" is the petition we Hamilton Montgomery boys and 14 girls, will be the guests 10.00 county chapter for garments that ed serious injury. He crawled from .. are making to the houeives of'ju,,c Dorton. of Crab Orchard Lodge No. 108, I. LAST WARNING. by Sept. 1st, under the machine and ran to the asmust bo completed America O. O. F. on Tuesday, July 2nd, and sistance of his mother, who was carconsisU of the following; LancasAll unpaid taxes due the give, a .musical entertainment, America's co.or.the blue fielJ.'APPEAL BOARD AT WORK 50 pairs of bed socks; li!.! girls ried farther down the track, but up- ter Graded School will be advertis- will t'ie white stars, the red stripes, the Hoard chimcse, 10 years; 100 girls dresses. on reaching her side found that life ed if not paid by July 1st, 1918. If that night at the Baptist Church, in Crab Orchard. The small sums of being horribly wnite stripes, anil neicr, ne.er bvrn (t W()rk gr the pa8t week y, yM. ,30 boy, umershirts, J4 was extinct, her head you do not want your property ad- 15 and 25 cents will be charged at mangled. He rushed to the aid of clluw streak. ior more J .ng many of the years; II.IO sweaters and "SO paint of vertised come in and pay. The the door to defray their traveling his father who was still breathing, We socks. Hoard needs the money. Mi Krliwah has the rieht Idea of toys who were put in Class 1. expenses. Everybody invited. Odd to but in a few moments passed into the Volunteers that ure willing hope to be able to publish the names In Frankie Kaulfman, Treas. Fellows and their families from all IVnrtli of Jnle r..,., ml inn. the in next week's work in their homes are asked to call Great Heyond with his head in those (.tend of sending up rockets toward iof neighboring lodges are especially at the P.ed Cross rooms, where m- lap of his devoted son. th.. akv. he will send down shins tollssue. expected to be present and give sucDENIAL EXAMINER. The rear of the automobile was a aterial will be furnished them. the sea. cor and encouragement to these litThose living in the Ilryantsville complete wreck. Dr. W. A. Wheeler has recently NEW "LIMIT MEMBERS" tle orphans of their dead brothers. The party of four were enroute to The letter W takes prominent section of the county are requested been appointed as Dental Examiner It. II. Bronaugh, Without it pli.ee in our alphabet. additional names to call upon Mrs. J. Hogan Dallnrd. the home of James Ledford, son of to the Local Selective Service board The following M. M. Perkins, Five hundred ladies in Garrard the victims of the sad accident. and has assumed his duties, which wc could neither wage the war nor have been added since our last issue Dr. M. M. Phillips, win the war, nor should we have tc the "Limit Member" club of War county should volunteer to do some Noble Ledford was in the draft and are to examine all registrants and Committee on Arrangements. wool, nor wheat nor Wilson. 3ivim- - Rimini r:inniniirn. nf this work. Don't "let Georire do was to have reported at Uichmond see that each mans teeth are in perto entrain for 20,000 it." Help some yourself, for it may Tuesday morning, Previously reported Eugene V. Debs, three times SoHe asks that all who fect condition. If the draft age is extended to J. W. Sweeney, Camp Taylor and wished to see his $1,000 be for one of your boys. are liable for draft will pleuse call at cialist candidate for the presidency, cover from 18 to 19 years it will rebrother before leaving. C. Hankin, $1,000 his office that he may examine their lias recently made a speech reaffirmtemporarily T. move from our sight The trnin was in charge of Engin1,00"0 Mrs. It. I. llurton teeth, which entails no expense to ing his opposition to conscription DRAFT DRAWING WILL BE many of the boys whu chew gum and eer P. H. Itice nnd conductor, S. G. the patient. By doing this you will and Liberty Bonds, and referring to $1,000 Ahby Arnold the men who chew tobacco. Hibhler, the former blew- - his whistle $1,00(1 K. 0. MeWhorter avoid being detained and gives the the Bolshevik! as "comrades". He ON THURSDAY OR FRIDAY .for the crossing and the emergency $1,000 Karnest Woods, Conservation serves the nation, 'brakes were applied, but efforts were idoctor more time in which to do his and the Bolsheviki may be calling $1,000 iWillinm Lear, work properly, Uxtrnvaganre is bad, l"Kamerad" yet. Enrol!-t- d in vain, as it was impossible to stop $1,000 Order Nunberc nf 744,865 Hen A tlirift stamp, 'tis true, means nion Sweeney Morgan, the train before rtriking the ma$1,000 -Frank Mark bury. I ey to you, June 5th To Be Determined. chine. The train was stopped and Dr. J. W. Weber, $l,00o A war stamp barks your lad. every assistance given by the train $1,000 iTheo Currey, . Wahincton, June 24. crew and passengers. The United States has made wou-- i Oitizit s National Hank. $1,000 A second national lottery to deter-- ! One of the passengcri on the train ilerful advances in the dye industry mine the order numers of the TAi,- -' was Mr. McClure, representing the durng the rnst year, and is making.! hnnp fDfiWri 9PP last June S under Tranrylvania Printing Company, at j 8(55 men enrolled uuu many !yes that were formerl pio- - lifluUL LlvUul the selective service law will be held Lcxinstcn, nnd rendered ecry us. cured from Germany. The Germans, DllVO ! UWV MAMIiI V liere this wek. The .lute has not ristance. He was alio on the Queen nidus-rI been definitely determined, but tl.o in the other hand, have teen and Crescent train that killed the i '.j dy.ni' lati'l;Laat county court day would liavj drav.lnj: probably will be on n Hunn family in Lincoln county almost a failure from an at- - clay or Friday, depending upon the few days ImL-- . ajra. v writinir in the iwrfroB ceiH. iee taiiu;iii..i. uai' u uuv iivvii viiiiv ci.v una. iiiiii-.i.ivj.u. years Mr. Ledfird was sixty-thre- e Toi.imy Atkins, says of the U. S. for the frktul and families of thore receve 1 from the district boards. The ohi nnd his wife was sixty-cu' it Tho procedure to be followed, ,livin(t for Camp Taylor bel.ig in 'iy Ledford family is the most promU; cf the earth the beggar den Iwus stated officially today, will be to s ik the bo oil. twn inent in that section of the county kn,., ..or .'o." Ami after the Mur- b similar to that of last year, when and all are very popular in the neigh- ,ne ton.' marilflcont .ervlee m!gunf Jrtl.rn() ., wero cn't.r. nearly 10,000.000 men were given leiuIe, The in rence wc JvlU.Jk.pltajr. ub-- j b, Uw rhmU,.ul)lu Unt UlIlt il,K.r. atn ep co..nthel iaft. The ,mtrotic undertaking. bo'vl will be used with cupsuUs! ......... . ;aa,,e In vlllklliia. It til MIill" ducte I u wisfn; m"-e- . mnyuinn Kuiraio-- , vui:iiiinm uumti up jj. Tabir church Tuesday after- s. l.lier ill th trenche than MOiiitu;" moniiliif 'or l amp lay- - nu nocr oi regiiirnnu in nny ureirici ttfiftii III' Hnv ( K Ktliii tllliali'il liv ., .. .,liu nml..r v vujr old The 1 crw wai at the ,le U. .he country, lust ytar 10.300 " w M K,urUge at lh(J con,.lu. .. rate 'or tho soldier is 2 per lor 11:1 1,1,1 . ,'lem Co'1 canines wire proimeu, ini cue iru,..- - . psr cent. I t0 place ii 1 fcr the baby 7 The mines of the.- - who left Mon Inr this yeur will be much smaller, In the Old Puint Lick ccmcte:y ,. ,i,.,.,nl ltn tlm hhv. lut tha Kecord and it is expected that the drawing Pub'.irhcd i probably imltrinltely prefer to' Beside the two children mentioned will 'do completed much more quick iMr. and Mrs. Ledford are survived ,1. WI'Kl. l.v. by the following children: James ' The lottery system is based on the , o duties of the president of the JUDGE HARDIN g PLEASES Ledford, Burnnm of mas or numbers, each of , Mr. I i'.' States nr not limited to pre-ii- if section eJf Nih n.lfnr.l om the huisek, "mu OEioiAN riwiNe'lvteue l formulut--policies in jj Slnhprd oiiiil.ui iiuiiiui-ieiiliinet meetings, ob eenciN) PEOPLE AT MAYFIELD v,H-- Kovcuiathe 4,500 locnl every one of districts ' speeches. nnd making I. ! , "THE KAISER, THE BEAST OF BERLIN", a master-u- l f cthor day President Wilson i The Daily Times ut .Mayfield, Ky over the country, Under the system ltftipipp irn DPfMOTDAWTO 1U lLUli)llrllUi3 adopted NU1 compilation of historically correct data, made into a grip-iln- jr . Mi.' first ball in the baseball dives our Circuit Judge u good com- - cf cluuirylng registrant t, since the flrt drawing lost year, mi HlMp C IQIfl jef.vcen Republican and Dcm I'llmcnt; and interestiiiK photo drama, will bo the attraction at the ii.. i.i it .i I.... i III JUIlu 0, lulO. would HOUSE, on JULY 10th, two showa are cuntie members of Congress, nmti juuko uaruin, oi nurruusuurg, however, it the men not necessarily holding tho first Questionnaires are now being LANCASTER OPERA iw'10 's peniding in the arson trials, follow that l c put it over too. -- , Is ono of the most capable Judges, ac- - number drawn would be the first mailed to the men registered Juno C, to be given, afternoon and night. It is not a battle picture, but all the events leading up to Distribution of and it Is very important that every Government officials nt the heud cording to our notion, that wo ever called for service. u' the wool and woolen department saw on u circuit bench. Cool, calm the questionnaire blanks from which question be answered in full. An the Kaiser, his insanity, the sinking of the Lu3itania. the rape announce that during tho period of and collected at all times, and Inter-th- ? will bo determined tho class Intoloccupational "Key" is enclosed with of the lteljjium in fact, all the vital points arc touched, all war conservation of both nicn'i estcil In but one thing, "Justice", which each man will go was begun each questionnaire and you are leading to the final which alone is visionary, showing the Kaiser y The behavior of the German troops in Belgium and when tho new registrants notified that great care must be as a prisoner. and women's vrcolcn apparel will be His rulings are fair und impartial. Aielutely necessary". They predict Ills voice is pleasant nnd his smile fill these oiit and return them, tho taken in filling out these papers. the trials of the blacksmith' family and his efforts in defense, t..at In another year no garment will tliut invariably accompanies it is so numbers assigned them In the lottery Every man is given seven clays in the council chamber of the Kaiser and his statr in fact, every be fashionable unless nt displays tho winning that It Is u pleasure to hear will then become operative to deter- which to complete and return to the scene is historically true, save for the ending, where the Allies are triumphant, which is but advancing history a bit, and to "democratic durn" or tho "patriotic him talk. He is filling the place with mine their relative liability at the Board his questionnaire. prove that we are intho World's War for the home and right of Selective Service Board, patch". The "reactionary rip" how- - honor to himself and the Common-vcr- , footof th class In which they are By John M. Farro, Secretary. America, and Democracy of the whole world, placed. will not be tolerated. Jwealth." .w i 'i "'' ''.''flfi..''-0 lCX , f 9fiQlV :twJm " S II 'lis'., VWVi ...fir. wmi 7-4i- .ecnty. lri"'" REMAIN WILL Uncaster Tr the rest of .he turn- ..-- r the lursc practic hi iminu the city of Lancaster .vi.I Oarrarj CAUSES DEATH OF MR AND I)r Weber has decided to -- AfVWMT rc- - 7 tt- dt ,vw,ir MRS JESS LEDFORD '!..'!'' :"f? 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR DEEBISIO CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT are IKli, Conn Brothers. 1 r wi - MOWERS, HAY RAKES AND iriri LJ S Place Your Order Now. 1 w Lancaster, HMilDii BROS Kentucky 3 j' .!,, br ... "THE RAISER, THE BEAST OF BERLIN" ' t, h, ... ,,, ,v the 'h( oc5t ... lit The Central Record, Thursday, June 27, BUCKEYE 1 9 8. 1 ThisPuts You are just like most rijrVit now. The Pep In Your Step everybody In else You nre all run tlown your system, as a result of the hard winter you hail to go through. What you want to ilo is to get some "pel'" Ami get it quick. You owe It to yourself to get keyeil up anil feel all right again. You are all clogged up. You go to bed at night tired and worn out. You get up the same way in the morning with a bad, nasty taste in your mouth; didn't sleep well cither. You have indigestion; dull You are nervous, weak nnd hurt headache. in the back; sick at your stomach; just feel bum all over, don't you? Come in anil ask for this great Vin Hcrat-ic- a prescription. It puts the "pep" into your step. It gives your system the necessary cleansing and tones up your nerves, brain and muscle, making you feel like an entirely in your system. different person. This famous Vin Hepatirn prescription is! I I I S At-AJCATI- HI AND A SPLENDID 1TNI!J system UJR;KF1iEJR mm II IH H B 1 a combination of eight of the finest stomach, liver, kidney and bowel cleansers and bodyl and nerve building tonics known to medical science. It goes at once to the seat of the trouble, and does the work as nature intended, gently, soothing, naturally. We ttrongly recommend it. Come in or send for a bottle and start to taking it at once. You will like the way it works. I i B H H JpiRECTIONS if 'font TdroTiiicseooMrvtsatfot rocpnto a6 sumiahtud exit US-A- , y 0fl"i.3.r wowo to W i. FOR USE II II I Mrs. Pcrmclia Ilogic spent Sunday with Mrs. W. II. C.ulley. Mrs. Mike Ray spent the week-enwith Mrs. Walter I'nin. .Misses Lillian nnd Emmn Pierce with .Mrs. Waller spent the week-en- d CI row. Misses Uarbnrn Gullvy nnd Lucille Sanders were visitor in Kirksvllle last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. l!. Whittuker were guests Sunday of .Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Wins Smith entertained n numher of their friends anil relatives Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tnlbott Jenkins entertained n number of their friends nt dinner Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Dailey nnd dnughtcrs were guests Sunday iif Mr. nnd Mrs, Ilroncon Locker. Mr Nick Schooler ami sister, Miss Linn Schooler visited their sister, Mrs. Jasper Noel Init week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Huffman and Miss Lillie Mac Arnold visited Mr. and Mrs Edd Arnold recently. Mr apd Mrs. Walker llradshaw nnd children spent Sunday with her parent?, Mr and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Sow buckwheat up to August lit. It will make you money. Hudion, Hughe, and Farnau. Mr. nnd Mrs. Weddle and children from Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Rogic nnd daughter, Lucy Mrs. Henderson and Miss Sallie Adams of .ancastcr, were guests Sunday, of Mrs. Lourie Noel and family. Mr and .Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Tnlbott Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughters, Mr. and .Mrs. Walker llradshaw and children. attended the birthday dinner of Mrs. Rolinda Hill last Tuesday, at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Whit-takat New by. I I . E. McRoberts ' n v., I I II BSBJ I ViKiHrnATirA Crk.i BMBI I t NASHVILLE, TENN J HH I v-- 2 being prevent. Rev. J. W. Shepherd of Detroit, nrrived Monday for n visit to hi brothers, Mr. .J - and Isariali Shepherd. Mr. Herman Urumftc'td of near Nlcholiifville, was the guest of hit uncle, Mr. J. D. lturehell, Inst week. He left Tuesday the 2fitli for Camp ACT QUICKLY. Taylor. Do the right thing nt the right time. MrM Marie Ledford has returned Act quickly in time of danger. from n three weeks visit to relatie In time of kidney danger, Doan's in Smith and Harlan counties. She Kidney Pills are most effective. was accomfHinieil home by her cousPlenty of evidence of their worth in, Miss Fuye Word, who will rein this vicinity. main n couple of months. R. C. Faulkner, It. I'. D. No.S. Paint Lick wn given a rare treat :"1 Ilox 134, Paint Lick, Ky. says suffered for some time from a wenk Wednesday the 19th, when Mim back nnd there was n dull pain Slade, of Lexington, gave a reading at the school through my loins, which gnve me nnd impersonation Her selections were apI iilmut building. trouble. learned much Dunn's Kidney Pills anil used them propriate and well rendered and nil ' ami they suon remote! the aches who heard her were charmed with A small crowd My endorsement but the entertainment. and pains. feebly expresses my high opinion was presiut on account of tho short time allowed for advertising it. The of this reliable remedy." Don't proceed were divided with the Red Price liOcts, nt nil dealers. get (.'row. After Mis Slnde completed simply usk for u kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills the same that hrr program Hun. 11. ('. Knnlfmaii gave a tplcndii! talk on the War SavMr Faulkner had. FoMcr-Mllbur- n ing Stump Campaign, explaining Co.. Mfgrs.. Iliiffulo, N. Y. very clearly the need of our earnest cooperation with I'ncle Sam in this I'AINT LICK great mote. Mr. Kaulfmnn aruused Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Smith were in a feeling of enthusiasm in the heart, uf his audience und insured the Lexington. Tuesday. prospects for u successful dritc. Mr. anil Mrs. laiban Kirk were in! Mrs. Mciiotwrt followed Mr. Knutf-ma- n j Richmond, Tuesday with a ery earnest nnd heartMrs. Arthur ltiddell who has brent felt talk on the Woman Hirt in the quite sick i improving slowly. war. .Mr. Chump and Mim llrrnne CARTERSVILLE. The W. C. T. li. meets at the Champ and Mr. KaulTman were also present from Miss Cora Roop is visiting friends Christian church Friday, July Sth. below Lancaster this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Drown vieiteil their on Mr and Mrs. A. R. Carter visited daughter, Mrs. Dave Hcrvey Hard to Beat This. Women term to lit more cUi to t!i Friday. relatives in Hrrca last Sunday. "marrying lml.lt" than men. A lUx-Mrs, Eliza Creech of Wallaceton, Misses Martha und Ethel Nnpicr lUwr lias been unmed P woiiihii visited Mrs. Susie Renfro last Sun- are visiting their sister. Mrs. Ilurnum "split ed" to no fewer than seven differLedford, at Manic. day nnd Sunday night. ent husband, and Is tho proud mother Mrs. Martha Estridge of lleren, ami stepmother of M children, while, Mr nnd Mrs. Earnest (inboard, are rejoicing over the arrival of n fine has been the guest of Mrs. Eli Es- her grandchildren number well OTcr 300. girl, christened Ada 11. tridge, for seternl days. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylic visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wylle at Preachersvllle, last Monday, Cow peat and toy Leant make fine feed. Sow now,. .. Hudion, Hughe, and Farnau. Rev. F. P. Ilrynnt filled his regular appointment at White Lick Ilnplist church last Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. nnd Mm. John Wylic nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Wylic visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Ilrynnt Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jen Davis entertained n number of friends last Sunday. Those present were Mrs. J. I). Carter and children, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. nnd Davis, and Mrs. Rosn Ilolton children und nil spent n most enjoy-nhl- e day. Mr. nnd Mrs. ltiddell of Kingston, spent Sunday with their son, Mr. Arthor ltiddell and wife. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ilurdette Ramsey were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. llright In Stanford. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Morse of Greenville, III., arc here with their daughter, Mrs. llnrry McWhorter. Mrs. Robert Ledford wns hostess n num- at an elegnnt dining Sunday, ber of relative nnd friends Lancaster, Kentucky. ifully appreciate what those boys who i: . IS IT YOU? There is a man in this town who always acts as a brake on the wheels Every project that is of progress. broached for the betterment of conditions, elicits from him no more than a grunt of dissent, if He regards not active opposition. every man as a rascal until proven He can see no sincerety in honest. the most unselfish actions, and can detect cupidity at the bottom of the greatest sacrifices. He is a community wet blanket. IS IT YOU? There is also in this town a man the opposite oft his one. He has a keen eye for any chance to forward the interests of his community. Every proposition for community betterment, provided it has merit and feasibility, not only has his approval, but he at once pulls off his coat nnd becomes one of its most active rooters. It takes a heavy jolt to convince him of the insincerity or dishonesty of his neighbors, and even then he has more pity than blame for them. He is as grateful fire on a raw day, and restores our confidence as the spring sunshine after a dreary winter. IS IT YOU? WHAT HAVE YOU GIVEN UP? Have you given up your Job and let your business future take cure of itself? Have you said good-bto your family and friends and all you hold dear? Have you begun an entirely new career that may end, If you live, with health impaired, an arm off, u leg gone, an eye out? Have you given up your business future and said good-by- e and taken a chance on coming back alive and well, and done it nil with u cheerful heart and with a grim determination to do all you possibly can for your country? And do you only at times In the evenings, perhaps, when the light in the sky slowly fades away feel so homesick and so lonesome that you are fearful you will not have the courage to do your part after all? You have not done these things? Ah, I see, you are not one of our Army or Navy boys; you are a stay, person. Well, there have to be 20 or more e persons for everyone who goes, and so certainly no disgrace attaches to being one if you port them to the limit of your ability. e National War Savings Day is June 28th. That day gives you the opportunity of showing in a practical way that you appreciate what it means to the boysw ho go. Pledge yourself on or before that day to save to the utmost of your ability and to buy War Savings Stamps that good prices. there may be more money, labor, and Mr. Edwards has erected n new materials to back up those who fight store house on the spot where the old and die for you. one burned some months ago. It is building with plenty of nn light and ventilation. Mr. Joe Skinner has replaced his stock of goods ana is now well equipped to do business in the new building that he has leased for a number of years. jLOIii, rain, winds, ana dampness bring out the rheumatic aches. An MANSE. application of Sloan's I.inimcnt brine. quick rcliif. Norubbinj;. ll penetrates. iIzM tvrttt,. ; Ontnu, Mr. Hugh Conn and family spent faunday with Mr. and Mrs. Starnes. Mr, R. K. Conn of Lancaster spent the past two weeks at his old home place. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Howling spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Tcrrill. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts spent Sunday with Mrs. Weddles at Car- hogs to W. L. tersville. Law-son- , for 15 cents. Mr. Lewis Anderson was to see his Miss Nell Taylor of Richmond is mother Mrs. W. I Anderson on visiting friends at Marcellus. Sunday, Miss Wclby of Springfield has Mr. J. D. Wynn and family were been chosen, to succeed Miss Taylor the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. to tench the private school at Mar- Noo on Sunday, cellus. Mrs. Anderson and children spent Mr. and Mrs. John Hogue and Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. family came over from the Junction Earnest Cabbard. Saturday to visit his sister, Mrs. J. Mr. William Marshbanks and fam W. Swopc. ily spent Saturday night with Mr. Cremo Dairy feed, Mised Feed, and Mrs. Reynolds. Pur. Wheat Bran, Oat. Corn, VelCorn flour U tha be,t sub,tltute vet bean meal. Hud, on, Hughe, and yet louna lor wheal Hour. Mix one Farnau. half corn flour with on half wheat The wheat threshing season is flour and you will b surprised at th much earlier this season and Mr. C. rult...Wa hava Corn Flour, wheat K. I'olndexter has already threshed flour and kiln dried meal In tacks. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. out a number of crops. Mrs. Milton Brown returned home A large crowd was present at the patriotic meeting conducted by Rev, Sunday from Danville Hospital after J. W. Mahan und Mrs. Frisbie at undergoing an operation. Mason school Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rurdette Ramsey Mr. und Mrs. R. K. Speuke were were the guests of his mother, Mrs. hosts at dinner Sunday to Mr. Sharp Dr. Ramsey, at Stanford. and family of Harrodsburg, Messrs Misses Liizie and Mary Anderson Larry and Sam Speake and families are the guests of their uunt, Mrs. II. tit llryanUville. L. Morgan of Clay County. The weather for Harvesting nnd haying has been ideal but the gnr den stuff has been cut short by the drouth and many families are scarce ly realizing any from their gardens. The sale of household goods be longing to Mr. J. D. Kemper occur red nt the residence of Mr. Ed Nay lor. A fairly good crown was pres. ent and everything brought very CHANDLER S(X Famous For Its Marvelous Motor MAKKSHUKY 1 Joe Hughes sold 1 years past, .Solid you will find out about the Chandler Si and ttioto llic as more than forty f thousand Chandler owners know It, und ai countless tliuutandt of friend nnd iielli!ioraf these Chandler owners know It, otMvlllrhuie I he Chandler us jourr-.ir- , mi will rliuow It for Its maruhuu motor, f.ir i. . power and life und endurance und' di pjnualiKIty. You will choose It for Its sturdy chassis. You will choose It because it rides the road so well ut any speed. You will clioou) It for the of design and of It bodies. You will chooe It for the economy of Its oxratlon und maintenance. Through flic Jears of refinement, without radical chuiiiiea, the Chandler car lias been denlopcd to a point approximating perfection. Dlstlnctlte Chandler features, In addition to the Cliandler-deilfint- d and Chandler-bui- lt motor. Include now, as for Ilosch lllfili Tension Magneto. cast aluminum crunk case ettrndlng from frame n frame. g Durable ball bearing In transmission, differential and tear wheels. TP Choose Your Chandler Now cor Spiral betel gear rear aile. In details of dcshln and equipment the Chandler checks with the highest priced cars, not with cars that sell ut price similar to Chandler prices. And the Chandler performs with tho cars. high-price- d MnKe Scven-nusens- tho Chandler Your Car lour-l'iuseng- Touring Car. StTiS Convertible Sedan. t249S Dhpnith Car. $1N7S Convertible Coupe, S2JVS All prices I, u. Ik ClrvtUinJ Roadstrr, SI79.V Umoutln,. S309S KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE, LANCASTER ... PIIAMIlI PR HflTflD PAD uun rflUni 17 , '"ii ail I IVY -- iw n..e,e i VH.LiAIL. ... (1111(1 The Central Record, Thursday, June 27, 1918. V. 3 fortune to break his arm Saturday while trying to crank the "Ford" truck of Mr. Noah Marsee. Dr's State Superintendent. Itose and Elliott were summoned nnd he is getting along nicely. Frankfort, Ky June 14th. Dr. W. A. Wheeler and Hon. It. It. My dear Trustee: Tomlinson were here Sunday In the I am calling for volunteers, and I Interest of the War Saving Stamps nm sure that you are ready and will- Drive, Hon. Tomlinson gave a most ing to volunteer at once to do anyinteresting patriotic talk which was thing that is within your power to greatly enjoyed by every cne make sure that uor boys in France present. arc properly cared for. In order that you and I, nnd our children who are to come nfter us, WEALTHY LANCASTER WIDmay enjoy the freedom bought with the blood of our forefathers, many OW WOULD MARRY AGAIN. of our best young men are baring "Now that my stomach trouble their breasts to the shot and shell of has all disappeared since taking a the enemy on the Western Ilattlc course y of Mayr's Wonderful Front. If htcse boys of ours place I would even consider getting their bodies between us and danger I cannot tell you nnd sulfer the shock of battle, torn married again, suffered before takand shattered bodies even death, how terribly it would be the height of ingratitude, ing this great remedy." It is a preparation that even treason, if we should fail to do simple, harmless everything that is possible to equip removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the nnd properly back them up. The United States Governmcn inflammation which ucuses prachas olfered each of us n splendid op tically all stomach, liver and intesportunity to render a real service. tinal ailments, including appendiWhether we have much or little mon citis. One dose will convince or ey, we can buy Thrift Savings money refunded. It. E. McBoberts. Bern-cd1 Governor Stanley Proclaims National War Savings Day 0. GILBERT SUPERINTENDENT, not be disappointed In your effort. Yours very truly, V. 0. G1LBEBT, ADVISES TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES TO HELP IN WAR SAVING CAMPAIGN. Proclamation WHEREAS, The people of this Commonwealth, on June 28th. 1918, will be afforded an opportunity for and practical consecration to the great cause to which civilization is self-deni- pledged; and, WHEREAS, The material needs of the Government for the successful prosecution of the war are enormous and the only resources of the Government is the property of the people. This can be reached by taxation or by volunteer contribution. Both are necessary to assure success. In addition to the payment of taxes imposed by the nation at this time, each citizen should be willing to practice every character of Our smaller savings can best be invested in War Savings Stamps. The people of this Commonwealth are asked to invest in these stamps. Similar allotments have been made to other States, and the President has called upon the people of the various States to indicate their willingness to practice the patriotic HBL i required of oil of us, during the remainder of this year. This State has always responded to every call, and I feel assured in this instance it will not be found lacking. THEREFORE. I, A. O. Stanley. Governor of Kentucky, hereby proclaim Friday, June 28th. 1918. as WAR SAVINGS DAY. for the State of Kentucky, upon which day all persons shall give their pledges for War Savings Stamps at such times and places and in such manner as may be appointed by James B. Brown, War Savings Director for this State, acting under the GOVERNOR A. O. STANLEY authority of the Secretary of the Treasury, and Of Kentucky pursuant to the proclamation of the President of the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the seat of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed. Done at Frankfort, the 17th day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, and in the one hundred and twenty-sixt- h year of the Commonwealth. A. O. STANLEY. By the Governor. JAMES P. LEWIS, Secretary of State. By E. MATT KARR, Assistant Secretary of State. W WW' l. I'rnnkfort, Ky. June 21. I!1B. Dear Editor: We lire organizing the school people to take nn active part In this week's War Savings Stamp Drive. I think yuu will be helping u considerably to accomplish this purpose if you will give publicity to the enclosed letters which we have written, in this connection to the school people, superintendents, teachers and trustees. As stated in thesi letters, we want every child of reboot ace in Kentucky to own n War Savings Certificate by December 2fith. 1918. We lire asking your help to arouse interest in the campaign. Sincerely yours, V. O. Gilbert, State Superintendent of Public Instruction. "To the Teachers of Kentucky: If one citizen of Kentucky is under more obligations than another to lead in every movement looking toward the teaching of Ioe of country and reverence for our Institutions, it is the teacher. We arc facing the must radical ami dangerous period, not only of our national history but of the world's history. This world conflict ir.u. t not only be won for freedom ami Democracy, but the generations coming nomuit be taught nnd train- vd to preserve and use this greater and more liberty that is to come to the earth after Auto cracy is eternnlly crushed. I purpose that the whole system of public education of the State of Kentucky shall be directed along the lines of a systematic anil voluntary tcacning 01 Democracy, ami 1 am asking that every teacher in the State, from the President of the University to the teacher of the sub- district school, volunteer that every effort be put forth during the school year of 11M8-1to lay broad and deep and thoroughly the foundations for the training of our young people in true, righteous citizenship. inc liovernment is ottering us splendid opportunities to teach patriotism by doing, but the most ap- nealinir nf thest iitinnrttinitt.. fmn .lurntionnl .tnn.lnnint I. tk (Opportunity to invest in War Savings Certificates, This not only enables us to perform a patriotic service for our boys at the Front who are pouring out their blood on the fields of France, but enables us to teach Thrift to the rising generation. Our children mustlea rn thoroughly the lessons of Industry and Thrift if they would maintain the freedom won to the world after such n tre mendous cost and sacrifice as is now being made on the Western Front. I know that every teacher will gladly volunteer to carry out this purpose; that every child of school age shall before December 25th, 1918, own one or more War Savings Certificate es. Yours very truly, V. O. Gilbert, self-deni- Stamps. This is a good investir.en and especially valuable as an educa tionM measure to teach the children of the State the lesson of Thrift. I expect every child of school age to become the owner of one or more War Savings Certificates by Decern ber 25, 1918. The special Drive on for June 28. I am enclosing a list of the War Savings Chairmen nnd the quota apportioned to each coun ly. i want you, immediately upon receipt of this, to go to your County Chairman or send him a card, volun teering your services to help organ ize your school district thoroughly, to the end that every citizen in hte district may take part in this service Do this at once, remembering that your home, your childrin and nil that you hilt! dear would be Prus sianized if the Germans win. Yours very truly, V. O. G1LBEKT, CUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Harvey Tcatcr is on the !.i.'.t list. Mr. Wilbcrt Dailey has purchased n Ford car. Bale ties for sale. Itudion, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. S. S. Sebastian has sold h!a place here to Mr. John Milton Underwood. Misses Myrtle nnd Christine Davis were guests of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stotts spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sebastian. School will open here Monday, July 1st, with Miss Bessie Hughes, as principal. e, Mr. and Mrs. Clayne Davis of visited relatives here during past week. State Superintendent. the Mrs. Forest Stapp and daughters were guests of Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and Miss Mary Lee Kurtz, recently. Miss Sue Higgins returned to her What you want Is nulcff'rrhrf. lJerc's home near Manse, Friday, after a Mtyyrar old remedy that has proven spending several days with Mrs. John beneficial for millions. Try it yourself, Land and Miss Lenna Hollon. trv g HSoldbyall drucRists. Digest Thit Carefully. There's no place like home If It's voiir home on uur farm no matter how little the home or the farm. Therefore there's no place you should like like you like your homelike Exchange. home. When Rabbits Were Scarce. The tlrst mention ot u rabbit In Knglanu is In 1200 A. I)., and we nave evidence that rabbits were a great rarity and very expensive, three being worth a sheep. They were cheaper ut course, but they were worth a goose even at the end of that century, ami often had to be sought at Immense distances. Reasonable Conclutlon. 'Although the footpad who robbed me of my watch and money last night appeareil to me to be unusually tall. he offeretl In extenuation of the outrage the excuse that he was exceed- I ugly short,' commented Professor Pate. "The deduction 1 draw from the Incident is that. In addition to being dishonest, lie was also untruthful." Kansas City Star. LT DC Mindoro, OFFICIAL TJ PREST-O-LIT- E The Island of Mlndnm In the Phil ippine ha nl.mil Inhabitants, Tncnlnge, and those Inrlmle T.'.liO Mangnjiics and 2.0it Vlsaynm. l.sl 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. New 191S Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 191(5 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. Uncle Eben. "I can't help takln' notice." Mild Un , cle KIh-ii"dat ills thoHght savin" aln' preventln" a lot o' people Tutu time Je' de same as iley used to." Good to Remember. It Is well to have visions nf a better life than that nf every day. but It Is the life of efery day from which ele ments of a better life must ennuv .Maeterlinck, for Coughs e Colds Dr.King t.N'rwLile Pillsciusea healthy flow of Bile and rid your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting Dizxt? Bilious? Constipated? body poisons. They are a Tonic to your Stomach and Livr and tone the rrreral tystem. First dose relieves. Get a bottle today. '--'. all druggists. BRYANTSVILLE Miss Edna Davis of Jessamine, visiting relatives here. Hon. J. Ilogan Ballard was i Frankfort Tuesday on business. Mrs. II. - Elder of N'icliolasvill is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ilogan Ballard. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lex ington, is the guest of Miss Mnyme Lee Ballard. Miss Mary Ellen Farley expects to leave in a few days for an extended stay in Missouri. Miss Minnie Mae Ilobinson of Lancaster, has been visiting Miss Stella Mae Grow. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Bal Not Time to Leave Yet. Church "Why are all those people ullng there liuiklng at tli. organGrinder and the monkey?" Gotham 1' 'caii-- e be hasn't pas.Mil around Ids iat jet." Boston. The inline was derived fiuiii n mrt on the river Wilhhaiii. which Himii Into the Wash in Lincolnshire. Liigliiliil. It Is Usually hclil t mean (!iiloliir ton. or tiivvn. In he four-(cinicentury Midi forms as lunu and ISnlolf'M tune occur. Lain-iu.nwriting about 1,17. Mates tb.it i lie place wus Hu n called ilntniistiiw, I '.i ..ihls Unit It was "conuuoiily and Jiiu;ir,y lulled Huston," State Superintendent. "To the County Superintendent, Dear Sir: This is the day of volunteers and wc arc called upon to make many sacrifices upon the altar of freedom. mil yet there is ro much of glory in doing our duty that the sacrifice be comes a genuine pleasure. 1 am asking that you volunteer with your whole might and main in thit Thrift Savings Campaign. The Drive will begin June 28, and I am hoping that every child within the school age will become the proud owner of at least one War Savings I have written Certificate. to the trustees about this matter nnd am enclosing copy of my letter to them, In Inlln- - n .1.1 -- A.,., nl.n npl.lni. eil to the teachers. Will you kindly jrcail or have this read to them at the Institute. Our teacher mailing list 'is an old one and we believe more good will be done by having the letter read at lite Institute, as welt'ns conridcrable expense saved. There lias been no Government War Work Campaign that has in it much helpfulness as the coming jurive to sell Thrift Stamps. If it iwere not the best possible Investment, it would be worth while as an educational movement to teach our children the lesson of TIIHIFT. I am enclosing list of all County Chairmen in this Campaign, showing also the amount of each county's I hope you will see It, as the quota. educational leader In your county, that every school dsltrict Is organized thoroughly for this drive. If you have not already done so, confer with your County Chairman and volunteer your services. Put the schools and the school people body and soul into the Drive. I know that I shall The Danville Buick Go L. II. CONN. i;..n. Proprietor. Walnut Street. 31 Danville, Kentucky. 11 IE n " ir he 31 IE Reasons ! lard, nt Stanford. C. Hose is spending Mrs. the week with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Lear, near Iincaster. Mr. Harold Scott left Monday to accept a position at Newport News, Vn., in a rhip building plant. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Sandidge of Roy!;, were over for a short stay last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Ken nedy. Sirs. Marshall Guerrant and Miss Ellen Converse, of Louisville, were guests last week of Mrs. J. Ilogan Ballard. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk, of Lexington, were here Sunday with relatives. Miss Marguerite Wool-fol- k remained for u longer visit. The farmers of this vicinity have been quite busy for the last two weeks with their wheat and hay harvesting. Farm labor is very scarce. Mrs. Itoss Adams of Lexington, spent u few days with Mrs. Henry Tomlinson, last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess returned with her for a stay in Lexington. The members of the Bed Cross met Thursday and a large number of gauze compresses were made. It is urged that every member, If possible, come and help in this noble work. Matter Jeff Halcomb had the mis 11, W. Funeral Lancaster, 0. RIGNiY. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Plione.33. NIHtntNMMMNMHM Get Your Ticket Now Why you should use Cardui, the woman's tonic, tor your troubles, have been shown in thousands ot letters from actual users of this medicine, who speak Irom personal experience. It the results obtained by other w omen tor so many years have been so uniformly rood, why" not give Cardui a trial? Ollice Phone 18. REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA The 100 Per Cent Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Airs. Alary J. Irvin, ol Program FARMERS LOOK. A new lot of field fence just received, tcr get It while you can. Bet- - 5 Big Vacation Days LANCASTER Gox & Ledford MANSE, KENTUCKY. JUNE 24 to 28 Ya., writes: "About It years ago, 1 suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, head1 ache, numbness would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. for Cardui . . . After taking about two bottles I began going around and when I took three bottles I could do all my work." 0 Cullen, ... The Central Record, Thursday, June 27, 9 S. 1 1 Mr. Taylor House, of Lancaster, INCORPORATED. Weber, the Foot COLUMN Sl.oo a ykak. recommends Dr. hsuf.0 Weekly. Doctor, to all his friend or any one who suiters with the feet. Here is J. F.. ROBINSON. Editor. p. fc p.. n f,;t,HI"-;.r-r'-- -i what Mr. House says; "I have suf R. L F.1.K1N. Lncnl Editor nnd Mrir. fered with my feet for thb-t- y years WobcrM two weeks, William B. Jones, now stationed Kaff1 ftt th Tort Office III I AtiCiilf r. Kjr.. and with Dr. treatment I am entirely cured. freond CUM Mali Matter nt Wayncsvllle. N. C. is at home on TnylorHouse. Lancaster, Ky. ' agricultural furlough for llur'y Mrmbfr Kentucky P(rem Association and WRECKED"BOY SAFE. InVh'c VSlLflMats'-inLyMt- . SHIP Eighth District Publishers League. i Mr. John Uiffe, of Huatonville, has which is used exclusively for oversea received a telegram from his son. men. He reports that there are Lancaster, Ky., June 27, 1918 Julian I'.iffe, who was believed to about 300 in the hospital nt this time have been drowned when the Presi- - most of them suffering from tuber-deculosls or from the effects of being Lincoln was torpedoed and In the present drive for war by a Herman submarine, May sunk, passed. 31st. savings stamps the govern After those on board were given up ment puts it up to us all to for lost some of the wrecked ship's MtJ. Hubert Ellis has just retu.n-lifcboat- s were picked up. The wirccd from Camp Forest Ga., where she make small economies toward a great 'cause. The Liberty was as follows: "Landed tired, dirty, had been to see her husband who is broke, but safe." It was sent from bond issues call upon us to New York and was cheering news tc in a Machine Gun Company, of thee 31st regiment. She had the pleas-thWE HAVE THE NEW MODELS IN look abend and balance the young man's friends and re!a-,ur- c of seeing him together with Jeral others called from tltv lints and difference between income and Julian is well remembered ere promoted from privates to sergeants, outgo, and figuring carefully, .Sergeant Ellis has the distinction nnd to devote the utmost we can to- where he was bom and his frh-m!- s glad to claim Lancaster as his honor of being the fastest man war savings are ward thrift and 'l'rthplacc. among the recruits, when it comes stamps. It has been suggested to assembling one of the machine guns. His record being two minutes j that the interest on the first is ROBINSON. sue of Liberty bonds, fnlling Last Friday morning, June 21st, nnd twenty seconds. due this month, should be put the community was saddened, when Sergeant Major Ed L Conn, reinto war savings stamps. As it was learned that Mn, Anne Wal cently this interest is an amount be lace Robinson, one of our beloved stopped of Camp Pike, Arkansas, by Lancaster on a brief furkindly TO SHOW YOU yond the ordinary income, ap en had and generous Christian wom lough, to be with his brothers and passed "where beyond these plying it to this purpose will voices there is peace". Hers was a sister, all of whom were together, at An announcement that we feel sure will meet with hunrtj' not be felt as a deprivation soul full of exalted purpose, full of the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Conn.! response!, for women seem to know that there if nothing newer and the aggregate amount if kindness and loving service. In Jr., on June 10th, for the first time I ill the KU of nimiM-iIoWKI.WORTIF and than looking at her in her last years, we in fifteen years. Miss Virginia Coni so applied will be of groat as always thought of Browning's lines of Wilmorc and Mr. and Mrs. G. Y "WIRTH.MOR. to the government. sistance "I count life just the stutr to try Conn of Akron, Ohio, having arrivjp the roul's strength on", and her souls in time for the reunion. Thls is the They tiro ahvnyn fascinatingly now in trufttmunl ami ikyj strength always came out victorious. first time Sergeant Conn has been j lire looked upon n leader, rather thftti follower ef HEN AND 15 WOMEN Again Browning's cadence falls fam home since he enlisted thirteen year-- , 50 iliarly upon our car "Grow old oo. During this time he hat seer. The materials are of the sort you wenW along with me, the best of life is yet service not enly in the U. S.. .n., PROMISED FROM KY, select yourself. j along the border, but served yecr to be." the trhuminii are always in goad UmI ttaST" and Ita.pi'nrt Ulan She was young and optomistic in the Phillin-'iieThe folluwinr; letter from the r- well. l. rg' r-- i ,j Cn i the workmanship it of the type of which eras Young temperament, being n true type of Menacing Board of the States ' ir . N c V. . She was cultured and Dl .t the most critics! must Approve. Men's Christian Association of Ken womanhood. ir t r refined, possessing rare grace and net' to tucky, should be read with much in r K r. We kave the nwuranco of the nmitufaetmnire that Walworth terest here. Messrs H. S. Hudson christian fortitude. Her going away made a grievous G. B. Swinebroail and It. L. Elkin blouse are Mill to 'be 32, that Wirthtnor will continue to tl! represent the Recruiting Committee void, to those with whom she at $1. for Garrard county and any one dc lived and to her relatives, a distinct firing information in regard to this loss. Ami that this does not mean a sacrifice of quality, ktm Funeral services were conducted service, thould call on either of the will still stand for just as much as they always popular bio at her home on Danville street Saturabove and literature will be furnish day afternoon, by Rev. H. S, Hudhave, in the way of style and value. cd you; "To th State Recruiting Committee, son, a fter which the body was taken to Richmond nnd placed beside loved M. C. A. Secretaries. Arm: ones who had gone before. Dear .lend: The floral offerings were indicative I have just returned from a con ference in New York where the of the loving and grateful esteem in great needs for additional men and which she was held. She was 78 years old last May and women workers in France were LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. is survived by two brothers, Mesar strongly represented. S. A. and It. L. Wallace and one sL- I wish you might have heard the appeals of Dr. John R. Mott, Dr. ttr, Mrs. J. B. Francis, all of Paint Gulick and "fiypsie" Smith for nd. Lick. She was a devout member cf ditional workers with our boys ir the Presbyterian church, her me . . being at old New Hone "June 1st, l'JIS. I -- I, I.. T ....II One Wl,..t .1 lull .' i that Pru, France. 'of the bo t .it's it.n r: Wilson made smli grewu. blun, r 400 workers were promised by the church, near Paint Lick. f'ltl n r . t.tr th- - mm tn uh.,m ,ide another move sm.v 1 whiU gut about a buthe! I h- representatives present by August 1 SWINEBROAD. liiti.n- - mtru-te- i th.' run lui-- t f the v Of this number I pledged 50 MEN ,it and 1 am inclined to'"""1 tor, 1 I i- -J !e cotil.l ,.Hv hme , thmli thai ,: has caused me to caretn'm Ui tonight, said he hadn t time ,Uli. AND 15 WOMEN from Kentucky The death of Mr. G. A. Swine- he was jut;mutii a,,' u' In fart. th signed up by July 31st ready for ser broad timber, and niKht . uare tor is country. Saturday last mornlne HERRON. STANLEY if uy have iad the part we ar in just now is so differ- - openm mem up looking tu vice. I must depend on you to help urougm 10 an end a lite mat wai lone befr,any money m imm. H rron have ent from the nlace we landed Mr anil Mrs Luther uu. we nav en in tMa thatliere Kentucky produce this number of useful and eventful. There was no Wb!1 " ' 'or the Mittrtum-homanother lnt.retui,r coming here seems like heading fori thrt ran discount McAdoo. Bi,. high grade, loyal, effective, Chris-tia- man in the county held in higher es jus received This certainly is a beautiful mnt to start and also rather dark and th whole lot at Waahingtor workers. teem and respect of his fellowman letter from their son. Stanley, writ I'm writing I'l halt now t that is the conclusion one i a more than he, and through Please give your newspapers all the ten June 4th, and have kindly con country, it is prettier through wn,e " Tall all the Inclined to form aflr hearing thrn story about this great need. ears of his life, in his various roles sentented for us to publish It. It la country than in town.' Most of the ft,lk wt''r doing dibit for a few hour an the "PPT Women workers will need at least of husband, father and friend, he an interesting letter and will be read roadsides are lined with large trees. ub-- Jt of what should and should not and the road are very good, they r!,im'. Ktinit all we can eat. plenty t $300.00 of their own money. Our ever acted and filled the part with with much eagerness. i,ni1 rM Bd " wanting b done in the eircumitanrm. Ti.ct "At the Front." macadamised and are as broad if not "'" workers are going every step of the honor. Mr. Swinebroad was born broader tha.i our roads, then there's nothing but a chanca to show a ctr-lot- s ataek of knowM way; on the transports, at the bcAit April 29th, 1840, in Lincoln county. Dear Dad and Mother: on iubjcu null IU HI.UR tary ia something I have been busy the last few days. landings, in the hotels, in the first Tcnn., and moved to Kentucky in his of grass under the trees I sup- - Mn at which to n.ar-ve1,1 to f distant and that being the ease have not pose tha reason I starte.1 telling you aad w fol Ilk impeaehing city, in the base camps, in the dan-ge- early manhood. bunch at Washington for fai'-In- g zone, in hte front line trenches, At the age of nineteen he wni written to any one for a lone time. about the rrail and the trees, is theth! SUtue of Uberty. w,lh Iot n'' ot l"v , all to make uteoftlwdr valuable . fBet that we were out "hiking" a few! in the convalescent camps, Bright. 1 received your letter dated April in the married to Miss Katie for your own dear self, Hut it was ovrr thus. Thr rest and recreation camps in the daughter of ths late fireenberry lnml ,ure wa" Kltul t0 know tnat ev,!ry days ago with full packs, when the3"'1 ou are thernmometer was hovrinif aruund i das. wrong man is usually rhimn and w Alps, and on the return transport. right, the marriage taking piaW one li well, nnd that that some one hundred and sumeodd and our Address Pvt. (lu. P. Dunn, have tu mush through a crista in any Please lay these needs on the Oct. 22nd, 18G3. Had he lived four feeling fine. Vc are having old shape, when if real genius were hearts of your strongest men and ore months to a dav. thsv wmild hard battles now, we are on the lieutenant let us fall out under tome Co. D, tlfith K.igrs. A. K F. recognised we could sail throug i women. golden Somme Front. We took prisoners trees along tho roadside and rest a have celebrated their with colors Hying. out of Montdidicr the 2Rtli of May. few minutes. All sueh turprises Very sincerely yours, edding, C. A. Tevebaugh, He is survived by his widow and The First Division holds the best rec- generally cause great impressions on MUCH INTEREST SHOWN Cow and my Usnt make fin State Recruiting Secretary, two children, Mr. G. II. Swinebroad ord in France in every thing. We me and this is my first opportunity feed. Sow now... HuJ.oii, f this city, and Mrs. George T all believe that we will go to Italy or to overflow. IN CHAUTAUQUA, mil i rnni. Thinks I, I have Charlie located. Wood, of Stanford, together with the States when we leave this Front, When the Iiedpath seven grand children. One brother, as we have lost a numbor of our men, One of the boys who came from an- Chautauqua Mr. J. 1). Swinebroad, of Memphis, so it wont be long until they will other camp told me that there was announced early in the season that o miit it up with new men, an olficer there that would answer their program for this year would be o Tcnn., and one sister, Miss Maryltiavu to Spend Less regular and volunteers are be- - to the description I gave him. anil bigger and better than ever, scime Swinebroad, of Oklahoma, also sur-tll- e ft ing wounded. doing the same kind of people were jut a bit skeptical for that ho tvn vive. Enjoy Yourself More 1 sot a letter from Sterling last work that Charlie was doing the last they Knew that the previous Deceased was a devoted member He said he liked his job fine, I heard ,weck. front him. I have grams had been ideal, but now evt ry- of the Methodist church. Take Your Heartfelt sympathy iroes out to nnd that ho was in the best of health. written him and asked him to look body poems to agree thai the presei.l I do hope I can program, which closes Friday iven-se- e the wife, to whom ha was always so'Am Klacl "c lil(es hls ,,ew Job- - " is n me up if possible. 9 m Vacation thing, but a hard one. I am him before wo make another ing, Is the best yet. devoted, who always found a gallant Krcat o 'ci'tting-tho at the ' paper pretty regular no'.v. move. Superintendent II. II. Pittnian and escort, to and from her meals, and u I get like his corp of workers have made many! Jus' kceP "ie tobacco until who was ever first in his thoughts. Our Post here is something It was Mr. Swincbroad's good for- - bacK 11 wm be '001' llleni 1 um the rlace where I was stationed in friends since their arrival here last' THE tune, that ho was surrounded bylreKeil to sleep at night by artillery the winter, of course there is quite Saturday and many will regret that' every member of his family, We will' both !"ro which goes on ull night, the a little difference but I hardly think their stay will be so short. Our not attempt to go over the program children und grand-childreNoth. Incroplanos drop bomb3 also. It was that would bear mentioning. ing that loving attention and skill !a continuous thing last night. The V. M. C. A., however, has any in the up to the present time, but the I could do to prolong his life, nftcr (,ermans put artillery barrage behind States beat. They keep you busy all crowded tent and the heart e time wo have otf going to their plause from the first paralytic stroke, although """'r own men when the Americans the largo audiences who guarantees to go over tho top, so tlicy cant re- shows and eating apples. We've had speaks well for every number of the at first it was thought to be slight. The funeral services trench Opera troupo here twoiprogrum. con- - treat from them, cs was tho cake the were remove nil troubles nights this week, and tonight the ' But the best is yet to come, for luoted last Sunday afternoon nt the other night. The 100 Per Cent I will close, of the feet without companies of our regiment night wo will hear Charles Howard r, Methodist church, by Rev. F. D. With love, Stanley. are going to pull some "home-made- " Program assisted by Itev. It. J. Braz-elto- n, ,1'lattenburg, discuss "Loyalty to tho the use of a KNIFE. Town", who is a recoirniicd stuff. They arc going to talk "Uni-.Hom- e of Stanford. After the services the remains were followed Mrs. A. Price who has now ted States" ut any rate, most of us uuthority on community problems, to Consultation and the Lancaster cemetery by a large three boys In tho service and two of can understand that, which is niorelEvcry business man in Garrard coun-tha- n I can say for the advise free. French ty khould hear him concourse of friends, where tho in- them "over there", has just receivevening the program Tomorrow terment took place. ed her first letter from her son, Gus, tinging. Simpson Office, I haven't received any mail The pall bearers were; K. H. Tom- - and, has kindly contented that it be for closes with The Liberty Belles, pre- llnson, W. It. Brown, W. E. Moss, T. published. It is full of interest and sometime now but I know everybody sentlng a grand patriotic program, House. I C. Itankin, B. W. Givens and II. D. we take pleasuro In publishing it for at home is well and happy. We hope to say more In our next X Frye. Write me right along, and prcb- - Issue. our readers. The Central Record PATIENTS PLEASED KHAKI I if. Today's Best News Is, Welworth $2. Blouses and Wirthmore $1. Blouses faWe. - uo fr J. E. DICKERSON "' in un thc'he lat th' lt' tr p. ut ceestscoeeeeineosci Dr. J. W. Weber FOOT DOCTOR REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA Lancaster June 2428 NHIIHNMtJHMHHNI fho Central Record, Thursday, Juno 27. Daine and Way;! Mowers S65. Now. Y" 19 IS. Sunnny on acj 5Hon. II. Clay K.iufTman made n business trip to Covmcton last Tuesday. - If Taken Sweep flake, Pitiess Scales Gossip About People .i OVr.jj iy Tt.oJi t't a Mrs. Clmly Todd spent with Mrs. II. I), Lee. N'o lied Cross thii week count of Chautauqua, Classified Column RATESi Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. Second Hand Carriage, Trap and Buggy cheap, ir sold now. Oliver Riding Plows, 570.00 and $72.50. Your Account Is Ready and we arc prepared for a Rush n.i I ... jl. fjt i r f. ..J Hi. !nttr(il J I in, Mrs. llarvc Mclloberts ami d.iugh-'tcr- , Mrs. Tom Phillips, of Stanford Mrs. Sue Veagcr of Stanford was were in the city yesterday. a visitor in I.mcastrr, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C? Morsran ami Mr. Joe Cabell Kumsey of Ahlllc Leavell, spent tin S. C, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. W. O. Mrs. Hayden week at the Phoenix In Lexington. 'Coudlr.e. JI JohnetM .niiaiia M n' Kalli E'kin li'tniK rc'nti-.en- , iiiif J. R. MOUNT The 5c I" CO. Deal House. (VI. S. HATFIEbD, ! I Dentist. phones ',."r'''; ' 'I' i Idiidistcr, Iy LET W$ LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY i Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial J Ik-- J .(A F- - m mU .A' A. BASTIR BROTHERS, LAG ASTER, ii) cl ii. b t? U I HAMS and BACG Mrs. J. II. Hamilton, has as her this week. Mimes Edith Brynntsville, j.Montremery of and j.McKoberts. inn been the KVent of Mrs. Joe Fran- Cora Hoop, of Cartersville. They Mr. Itussell llrown, ef Camp Tay-:lo- r, motored to Danville spsnt a few hours VesUrrfnv. were guests of Mrs. E. yeitcrday nnd a K itif ii a is ii kk Km an u WW I). Clark. Jir. ami .hm. win wwnieu 01 with hi wife. LpxiiiRtan, were guests nf Mr. snri Mr. L. C. Gulley, left today for FOR SALE Quarter-sawe- d J manMr. Allen Johnson left Monday for Mrs Will I.rar. Mucl Shoals, Ala., to assume his tel, tile hearth and grate, Lexington to enlist In some branch j duties in n Nitrate plrnt nuw tf. S. A. Walker. MI11 Jon Mount left Saturday for of the amy work. at this place. "Skin 11 ten days vwit to .Mr. and Mr. G. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Louisville, ny" is the most popular boy that ever FOR SALE: 25 bushels good A MrKoberls, in CoWnnton. lis the guoet of her parents, .Mr. and left the town nnd his friends here at seed Buck Wheat. I home wish him every luck in his new II Garrard Milling (!o. I ttiu Mjir Klhuttath ami Dijrn Mr. field of labor. lire vijitinir their aunt, Mm. Mr. Hunter I). Bowers of El Dor WANTED: About twenty head D,m iue BallMrd on White t.ick. Dr. Vansant, wife and two liti'c of stock to graze. ado, Ark , is vNiting her parsnts, Mr. C. W. Sanders, sons are touring 'the blue grass, an, Phone 3S3-and Mrs. S. H. Henry. Judson, Ky ftnuchtiwii Virgil Mr motori'd stopped in Lancaster last Saturday, fi.S7-3t-pcvrr from Rtrhmoml Sunday far n Mr. R. l Walker of N'lcholavillc, by special request of Dr. Lewis hcn Ftay with Mrs. I.. Manutl. Is spending a few days with hi sisFOR SALE:--0!- K John .etre of Louisville, his partner, to ter, Mrs. W. 0. nigney. ij see the house wherehc spent his hap- gasoline ir?.y p,vs. Goom M -- i lleylln YounR leave thi Ilwiry Mone, Lcc-kcMrs. Oscc Hulfman of Louisville, py boyhood dayr. He told Mr... week for Tst-amwhere sho will Camp Nclsui, Kj. who owns 1'ic residence, his Ia.t vimt Hit sister, Mrs. Alexander Mur is expected this week, for a visit to request was to b buried here in Len-c- a FOR RALE: High Grade Black .Mrs. May Hughes Koland. phy. iter's beautiful cemetery. Angus yearling bull. Price $1U0. Mi ses Mayme Stormei Dunn tin-'- . Mr .mil Mrs. Allen P. Henry and E. C. McWhcrter, Paint Lick, K Merdame! B. F. Hudson and W. O. Florence Johnson were visitors in of Ilirmmtrhnm, Ala., are vis. Route 2. Riifney and Mr. Shirley Hudson atLexington, the past week. ! it ntr hm parrntt, Mr. unit Mr. S. H. tended the family dinner at the home , WHEAT WANTED: 1 am in the IIcnr'. Mr. and Mrs. Hanks' Hudson, nnrt of Mr. J. B. Walker, at P.ichmond market to buy your, wheat for J. W. pres t were Mr. I). D. Gci-tet- Zaring and Co. Mr and Mm. Robert Embry Imvtf family of Danville, spent Sundaj Will give the be it Ashland, Ky, Mrs. Jennie W price if irturmd In LexinKton, after .ind- - with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knrnnu. and furnish all sacks. of Cedar Mr. W. F. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. Light. inn; wvenl day with friends an' Miss N'ell Bourne of Lexington U fatten,Walker, of Srrings. S. C, Mrs. P.. L. Nicholasvillc, niativt s. visiting he' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. F Hudson, Mrs. W. ! 0. Rieney and FOUND: pocket Ladies book, Miss Annie Jlae Smith of Hir- B. Bourne, on the 3tanford read. Mrs. Ellen Tevis, of Lancaster, and containing some money, on Depot ii.inifham Ala., is hero or a visit to ."Ir. Ja. .es Burnsirfe cf Richmond. street. Owner can have same by Masters James and Mitchell Tir. Mr. and Mrs. S lirr frntml-parentproving property and paying for der, of North Middletown, are vi.it- 1!. Henry. Ti.e Courier Journal "Honor Roll" this notice. E. B. RAY, fng their sister, Mrs. B. P. Itobinson, cf life line subicribers, contains the Lancaster, Phone 338-Miu Delta Kite Hughes has re following and we might add tha. only It Mrs. Lawrencf Pollard and baby, tjrned heme after spending several LOST: Between Paint Lick nr.il a few weeks ago we ssw him riding Louisville, are spending two horse back .!a. n in Stanford with her aunt, Mrs of and getting up and down Wallnceton, a ladies purse conl.i.,.-in- g weeks with her twrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey. , like a boy.; a handkerchief with crochele i 11. D. Lee. "William G. Anderson. Lancaster, ede in which was $7.80. Also$lf! ' Mi.jm Klitabetit and Patsy An- !Mrs. I.. K. Hcrron and children Ky. "I was a reader of the Daily in currency besides sonic change I'lrtun, left Momfoy lor Uawlinx C.recr. where they will enter iJusi. have returned home after a weeks Journal until it was merged into the Finder will please bring to bank . and have ne,r Paint Liik anil receive a rev . . visit with .Mrs. Florence Ballard, at Courier-Journa- l, tirss College. missed an issue of the latter paper Bryantsvllle. Min DoIh and Sara Barat-tt- , of since it began. I will be 31 years of CITY TAXES DUE. Mrs. Joe E Ilobinson left Tuesday age in the same month in which i n.iun. are charrantg KUtsU of their the All city tnxs and water rent uncle, .Mr. C. U. Burnett, on the for Covinteton, where he will be the Courifr-Journwill be fifty, Novguest of Mrs. Ceo. McKoberts, for ember. I have lived through twenty-- now due and must be paid before t It'iltmcnil Koad. several days. two Presidential campaigns and penalty is ad: ed. The city nee Maurice Ahtey and the money a:,d must have it. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert and son, James have always voted the straight Demlli.hprt Criuvn stwnt Saturday and L. E. llerron. Tax Colli u. . ocratic ticket. I did not vote at Sunday, in Madim County, with Burnett, have returned home from a C27-3- t. pleasant visit to Mrs. Ewing Stults, every election, however, as there Mrs. Isabella llamm. were so many parties, nnd especially at Louisville. ArtlBelsl G;ms. when the candidate was like Horace Mrs. Tom Itobinwn of Hustanville wn that is to Miss Billy Sanders has returned Greely. I voted for Gen. George B. ' Nearly alt itlrH-lu- l visited Mr. Kmmx Kaudman the soy, ttmie mat are really made hy past m efk. and attended the fnneral home after a pleasant visit to her McClelland in 18I1L Seymour in artllkiHl me: n are compound of sisters, Mrs. 3. J. Pursley and .Miss laBH, Til'len in iH7'i, Hane. k in j ilium of Mrs. Anne Kobinsoa. under special rondl-- , Stella Sanders, 1S80. an , CVvoUir..! hen 'lefeatcJ tlnn The ii., tullU' nlts that are niM-- il Mm Mattie Adams who in in Lex-i.u'tby Bv' 'luring fusion determine whether 'es thee unsii-Miss Stella Price llerron Is spend' .attending: Htivnaaa CoRea, ifu' can 'i.'u'es 1 hnv vjtel fo.-fiv- the Mimex pnnliireil ilinll he Piipphires, ing the summer months with her with her Hrent, opciw the ueek-en- d riildiw, oriental topazes amethysts or .i.nd ates ho were cic.ted and grandmother. Mrs. Sarah Noel, at . 'nerald :. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. inaugurated " illiamsburir, Ky. (!) Susan Mbwi Sadie Itauicbman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price and Ktta. and Lillian Anna a came over Uoodloe Sunday, for a weeks children, nnd Miss Mary frci Kirh-von- d of viait with titeir eou1n, Mrs. L. Sian- - Lackey, of Danville, are guest Mrs. D. M. Lackey. ucl. in T corn! ton, visitiiiK lur aunt, Mrs. Ceortre 'guests Knrra is in Coving- l!... KY. :sr 1 in Stop! j4 .Look! Listen! tha i 11 Sander's Variety Store. I WE SELL FOR LESS. ft""- - raSA The Deering Binder A Helpful Friend larly helpful and depsndabb, you have no hesitation in rccommt:; !;ns him to other people in need of a friend. proved itself n Good friend to so The Deering h's-ic- f in this neighborhood, and has large n number of f i so many years of successful proved i'. he' fuhv.-- s dim-rd- i service, th. '. i i.aa i socti t.him to consideration from any farmer v1 o ha nn idea cl buying n binder tliis year. Because of its reputation and years of service, wo recommend g farmer. the Deering binder to every Don't buy a binder u.'.til you have seen the Deennjf, until you know its recoid, and until we have had a chance to present all its sood points to you personally. Come in and see us. .rr.-w- friend. reasonable N OAlso, when aman era turns down nn oldparticu friend has nroxd himself hi grain-growin- Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky, Mrs. B. C. P.osc, of Brynntsville. Messrs John Price of Richmond, FrjHii Wilniutt, of and Mhw is spending thU week with her par ents, .Mr. and Mrs. William Lear, and I.illio Jones spent SHmUy with Mi fho Tram nr . I.illie Mae Su turn, at her country attending Chautauqua. . A- -home Miss Porter Scott Hudson, of Dan Automobile ville, it spending this week with her Mrs. J. M. Acton, and MIm Florence Acton, left Saturday niitht for aunt, Mrs. W. A. Faninu, and at Auburn, Ala., to spend some time tending the Chautauqua. uith Cspt. Acton, whs U stationed Mrs. Kollias Burnam, .irj. How there. ard Neal, Mrs. J. W. Caperton, mot last Mrs. (ItHHiloV Ijtekey and little ored down from Richmond r, Vesta I'ricc, Iwive Thursday to see Mrs. D. JI. returned to tlieir hone in Danville, ' Mrs. A. O. Lackey and grand after n plcisant vit.it to Mr. D. M. daughter, Vesta Price, have return.) is.--r Lackey. ed to Danville, after n week's visit Mr. and Mrs. J.' Ii. Stormea, Miss to Mrs. D. M. Ijickey und Miss llettie Miller and Mrs. LeCraniic and Jennie. little daughter, Jeimnette, of New Mr. and Mm. W. J. Ilonuin nntl Orleans, motorod to Danville last daughter, Miss Carrie Belle, an.! Should heavy trains be required Four awful automobile wrrrks. Thursday and were uuests of Mrs. Misses Christine Sanders and Mary similar to the one that befell the to stop at grade crossings in order to Jean e. .viftly Davis, spent the week-en- d in avert collisions with light, in Cin- - I.edford family have occurred innati. Central Kentucky during the past moving, euMly controlled automobil.Mr. and Mrs. liobert CrftK inter-tainthree weeks. The first was near es, which enjoy the freedom of the Friday, at a delichtful six Miss Margaret A. Haeklev of o'eleck dinner in honor of Mr. and ticorgetown and Miss Susan K. Sut Shelbyville, when a touring party of roads, their direction not being confive people were killed nt n crossing. trolled by steel mils laid on tires? Mrs. Frank llrown, Mr. and Mrs. ton, of Marksbury, aro the guests of James Ilallard mid MIm Isabella Mrs. James I. Hamilton, for Chau- - The Hunn family of six were killed Or should thu automobiles, with their near Moreland, the following day. loads of human freight, be required San ford. kauipia. live members of the Shelton fanul; to stop at railway grade Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Hunhcs and Elisabeth Johnston Walker, the were killed near Burdstowii, when We submit thi, question to the dauhti;r, Jlarnarct, motored from pretty little daughter of Mr. and the engine of the car went dead on public. Mr. IIukIios Mrs. Kemp WalVer, of Buckeye, is the crossing. Louisville Saturday. There Is now in use one automoreturned to Louisville, Sunday, his the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Samuel people . In In view of so many such accidents bile to every forty-fou- r wife and daughter will spend several Cotton. the following should be of interest the United States, and the number week hero with her parents, Mr. and to thu readers of the Central Record; is constantly increasing, Autoni Mrs. John Miller. Mrs. D. D. Gemer of Ashland Ky, According to a bulletin issued by bile grade crossing catastrophes ore and Mrs. Jennie W. Cotton, of Cedar Y. M. V. also increasing. Misses Clara, Kraiuis and Mary Sprintfs, S. C. will be with Mrs. W. the Illinois Central and Absolute safety of automobile railroad companies, in a period of I'tiliiieter and their two little broth- 0. Uigney and Mrs. 11. F. Hudson four months, from June 28th to Oct drivers at railway grade crossings ers, Hatson and Charle.i, have none the lat of the week. 28th, inclusive, there were twenty-fou- r only requires a slight elfort on their, for tt summer's outing to their unpart, but tunny fail to make this efpersons killed and forty-nin- e cle's, Mr. 11. W. Sullivan, and other Mrs. John I.e. Granite and little grade persons retatives in Montgomery and Clark daughter, Jeunette, of New Orleans, crossings injured in automobile Illinois, fort. Recently, this company has careaccidents on the The boys say they nro ro-in- g are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom counties. Other railroads fully checked one hundred gratia to work on the farm and do their Whcrritt. Mrs. l.e Granito will be Central System. experiences, Th re- -' crossings located on all parts of the as Miss Alma report similar remembered here bit for "Uncle Sam", system. Compilation of the checks port further says: Berkele. locomotives, discloses thu startling steam Ponderous Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hntfield, llev. information of, that seventy-tw- o per cent of the Mr. and Mrs. Uayden Leavell en drawing heavy trains, composed and Mrs. J. It. Moorman, and Mrs. do not look in cither dira delightful six o'clock many cars, carry the products of the! Moorman's father, Dr. Itedmon, of tertained at Those present farms to the markets and the commo- ection,, but run over tho crossings at Piatt City, Mo., .Misses Mary and dinner, Wednesday, Clarence were: Messrs Arch and Woods Wal-Ke- r, dities of the markets bark to the a reckless and dancerous rata of Carrie Held, and Messrs and Mr. Huyler of New York, farms. In other words, the railraods speed in totul disregard of their own Wilder and Ii. K. Hatfleld, made a delightful motor trip to Shakertown, and Miss Katherine Mills, of are the Intermediaries which acccll-erat- e safety, the hum of industry. STOPl LOOK I LISTENI and High llrldge, Sunday, Ijeln, - 9 ;ir crov;r' t The Central Record, Thursday, June 27, 1918. flown llye lane with a bottlr of 1 tongues between jour teeth, Under- n, and raterly turned hi. l!ns In front of you, nml ttint blnnile In the direction of the (lermnn glsrii stand?' rood. ImrmnlJ uniting to till Vm up nsnlnV I r.ln slrnlneil my "We understood. wntrliins Hint "Cnssell had a fancy for Hint par- target. Tour Mack ije "Fur live week nflervvnrd our batrlnud of ticular lilnnilc. Tlu nnvrrr ciinn book up rlsht In the middle of thedint rne tery did nothing but cxlrn fatigue. flermiin In thi shnpo of a volley of I column, We were satisfied and so were the four direct lilts another rbnnciil tin- - subject. men. It was worth It to put one overt nrnrd for H "238. Inc. i:ttirv volunteer fur Immediate eerv. "After n vvlillo our talk trvml 'The shell kept on vvhl.tllng over on Old Pepper, to say nothing of the "'Ice and eoon flndu himself tn ret billet roiintl tn the uny the Huflii- - linil been head, and I laid romtted " tomewnere in r ranee, where he m teiil.v four Injury caused to I'rllx' feelings." makes tn acquaintance or trie 'Xmfng tboiii.elve mi the mini tbiwn of them vihen the When Wilson hnd finished hl story Urine midilenly Vootlee.M hi first on Hie eliiirt a Target 17. What lie censed, CltAPTKIt When the smoke mid tlut I looked up nnd the dugout vvns attend , rhurrh service at the front Khlle a flef snhl nlKHit Hum. Ito, he. Mould never , f,,,, th ,,irm.,n on Hint Jammed. An artillery captain and two man Pokkcr circles over the congregation have paed the relclntnc. HioiirIi I rur.d was awful. Overturned limbers olllcers hnd nNo entered and staved CIIAPTKH IV Kmpey'a command (roes Into the front-lin- e trenches anJ Is under helleve It uotiM have gone throusli nnd guns, wngnns smashed up. troops tor Hie finish. Yvll.on sput out an I nre for tne nrst time. our censor enlly enoiiKli. t Ibvlng In nil directions. The rend nnd enormous ipilil of tobacco, looked lip, I CIIAPTKU learns to adopt "The liurcllnc ahelln were innklnB roadside were sisittetl all over wllh saw Hie rjptala, nnd got a red a a I the motto of the Itrtlxh Tommy, "If you uili n din Hint I packeil up talklns llllle ld are polng to cet It, you'll ret It. so gray dots, the toll of our carnation. The euptnln smiled and worry. mid liHik to watching the captain. He guns. left. Wilson whispered to me: In rest billets. Km CllAVTF.n VI-n- ark vmi. II'Il'i'IIiic iiround on an old Kami-bapey cets his first experience as a mess "Illlme me. Yank, I see where I click "The captain, In his excitement, hn Willi the slni to hlx eye. orderly. samlling, ami was on for crucifixion. That captain Is the supped hit learns how the CHATTI'Il he vuiuld let out n Kriint, ami Ills knees In the mud, same one that chucked lis Ooldllakes the the glass still at jirmsn soiaiera are reu. I couldn't hear on In the fronMlna make Mime remark his eje. lie was muttering to himself In his dugout and here I have been I rilAPTKIl Yin-Ba- ck account of the nole. hut I Eneed and slapping his thigh trench. Kmpey eee his nrst friend or th chucking me rvrlght about In his with hi. illscn trenches "sro West what It wn all right. TrltJ wa get- gaged hand. At every slap a big hearing.'" make his first ting fn li again on thnl road. ClIAPTKrt lX-KWINon never rllcknl hi. crucifixion. iriau to s aufrotu in suicide uuen 'i'uiuI Julc.v cuss word would escape "Cascll had heen fending In Hie 'tap rmni his Hps followed by: ClIArTEn X Emuev lenttis vhat fn (Julie a contrast tn Wilson was anetltutes a "day's work" In Itw front-lin- e code' to me, lint 1 win fed up and other character In our brigade named "'flood! Klnel Marvelous I Pretty trench. Mutt; we railed htm "Old Seotty" on eoes "over the didn't lmllier wllh It. Then he pent Work! IHrect hits all.' CHAPTER top" for the first time tn a chanre on the O. S., and I na. all attention for HiN account of his uge. lie was lift) seven, I "Then he turned to me and shmitisl vierman irencnes anu is nounueu ojr wa. n call ued between u. whli'li bayonet thrust. "'Wilson, what do you think of It? although hiking forty. "Old Scotty" XII Kmnev loins the "sul meant that something Important wan Old jou ever see the like had I u born In the Northwest nnd ritaPTRIl of It In jour clde club" as the bom bin squad Is called. on. I was all ears In an InHnnt. Then hnd served In the Northwest Mounted n fine work. I call It.' life? I) Tommy gets an Cii.m'II turned loose. CHAPTER XIII-Ea- ch ornciai Dam, "I'retly soon a look of wonder stole Imllce. He was n t)plcal cow puncher I 'You lilnnkety Mank dud, I have help dtff an and Indian fighter nnd Vvns u dead shot CHAPTER XlV-Em- pey heen trjlng to rale you for llfleen over his face and he exclaimed: advanced trench under German fire. "'Hut who In h I gave them Un with the rllle, and took no pains to "listening post" In minute.. What'" the matter, are you CHAPTER XV-- On illgule this fact from us. He used to No Man's Land. lire. Range and aideepj' (Jtit as If anyone could order totoo. I know I didn't.ever thing take care of his rllle ns If It were a CHAPTER XV I -- Two artillerymen "put correct, WINon, one over" on Old Pepper, their regimental lme klept In that Infernal racket!) baby. In his spare moment you could commander. 'Never mind framing u nnly answer. did I give you nny order for the bat' always see lilm cleaning It or ihiIIsIi- to open up? Of course I didn't CHAPTER XVII Empey has narrow es- - Int listen." I lery Ing the stock. Woe betide the man cape while on patrol duty In No Man's Land. '"Are jou game for putting some did I?' who by "I answered very emphatically. 'Vo. of this mlstnke happened to get bold I In rest billets CHAPTER XYIH-Ra- ck thing over on the lioche. and Old l'ci rllle; he sikui found out Ids Em pey writes am stages a rarce comeay, sir. you gave no couiuininl. Nothing error. 111 one?' Scott was ler have many 1T all CHAPTER went through this isist. I am abso nnd It vvns amusing as deaf ns u mule, "I answered that I wa game enoush vtays to amuse themselves while "on their at parade to watch own." when It came tn putting It oer the lutely certain on Hint point, sir.' him In mnnual of volunteers for ltochex, CHAPTER '"Of course nothing went through.' glancing the of the corner arms,hissl)ly hut eonfeoed that 1 liail a out eye of machine pun service and goes back Into weakening of the fplne. even at the iie replbsl. Then his face fell, ami he at I lie man next to hint to see what the rronwine irencnes. goes mention of Old l'epper'.i name. again niutterisl out loud: CHAPTER XXt-EmHie order was. How he passed the 'over the top' In a charge which cost his "'Hut. by Jove, wait till Old l'ei- company 17 killed and 31 wounded. He came hacic with. 'It's sn aliurd was a ui)tcry to ns; he must er gets wind of this. There'll be fur doctor with a machine ly ea.y nnd "Imple that there li no CHAPTER XXII-Trl- ck have Muffed hi way through, because living. gun silences one rotnersome frux. rumliling It. he certainly was attack, pre- chance of the old heathen CHAPTER XXIII-Oerm- an Just then Uombnrdlcr Cnssell cut In him the Fourth Indeisnilent. Reside Anyway, If we're caught, I'll lake the of July hioket! like ceded by gas w&e, in repulsed. on the wire Is forced to Maine.' IhsmI I rlday. He wore at Hie time CHAPTER XXIV-Em- pey "'Oenenil's compliments to Captain large sombrero, had n .Mexican take part in an execution as a memoer "I'nder thee condition 1 told him to A stuck of the firing squad. . He directs that ollleer and slg saddle over his shoulder, it lariat on CHAPTER XXV British prepare for pit out 1)1. scheme. It wni w daring at the double to brlgaiU Ids arm. the Ulg Push the battle of the Sorame. and u "forty-livehanging and simple that It took my hreath henilipiartcrs as soon as relieved. Re rrom id nip. Humping a trench raid, CHAPTER XXVI-- In this parapherpreceding the ti'.e Push, Empey Is des- nniiy. IhN Is what he proiniMil: lief now on the way.' nalia on the Door he went up lo the perately wounded and lies unconscious In the IhKhe. should ue that road "If "In an undertone to me. 'Keep a recruiting nttlcer Jfo Man's Land for 26 hours again, to send hy the tap system the and sboutcd: "I'm brass front. Wilson, nnd for Cod's from America, west CHAITER XXVII After four months tnrget of the Rockies, nnd range. I hail previously In a llrttlah hospital. Empey Is tllfdiarjieU nke. slick.' I answered with. 'Rely on nnd want "physically unfit for further war as to Join .vour d d army. told til in ulmut our captain talking out me, mate,' but I was trembling all over. ve got no use for n Herman and can id as If he were sending through "I gave the genernl's messuge to the snoot Mime. At Scut la ml Yard I Ley rders. Well. If this hnppened. I was captain, .: and started pnrklng up. turned me down; snlil I was deaf and to send the dope to Cnell and he "The relief urrlved, and us we left so I am. I don't would transmit It to the battery com- hanker to ship In with the post the captain said: d d outfit, but the .under as officially coming through "'.Vow for the firiworks, and I know cavalry' full, so I gues this regi bat'-ter- y the observation sist. Then the open up. Afterwards, dur they'll be gissl and plenty.' They were. ment s better than none, so trot out would By An American Soldier "When we arrived at the gun pits )our paHrs ami I'll sign 'em." He told ing the Investigation, Cnssell wouhl twear he received It direct. They the battery commander, the sergeant them he was forty nnd slipped by. I Went Who major and Cassell were waiting for us. wus on recruiting service at the time would have to relieve him, because It was ImjHisslble from bis post In the We fell In line and the funeral march be applied for enlistment. ARTHUR GUY EMPEY It was (lid Scottv's great ambition battery dugout lo know tlut the road In brigade headipmrters started. Mat film Cunntr Stttlnf In Fianet "Arriving nt headquarter the bat- to be a sniper or "ImhI)- - snatrher," was being used at that time by the Hermans. And liNo It was Impossible tery commander was the first to be Mr. Atkins calls It. The day that be (CopnUM, UlT, it Anfeu ar aapaj) range and Interviewed. Ibis wus behind closed was detailed as brigade snl-he cele- I for him io gle the target, Continued from last week. degrees. You know a battery chart Is doors. From the roaring unit explorated hi apimlntmcnt by blowing the passed iiround among the men like sions of Old Pepper It sounded us If whole platoon to fags. not Helng a Yank, (lid Sintty took a lik a newspaper from Illlghty. l'roin blui raw meat wus being thrown to the the Investigation would go to the ob lions. Cassell, Inter, described It n ing to tne and Used to spin some great servation post, and the observing offl sounding like a bombing raid. In about yarns nlwiut the plains, nnd Hie whole lutism would drink these In and ask ctr could truthfully swear that I bad two minutes the otlicer reappeared. not sent the' message by 'phone, and The sweat was will ring from hi fore- for more. Ananias was u nsikle com that no orders to fire had been Issuiil head, anil his face was the color of a pared with bl in. Lby him. The Investigators would then beet. He was speechless. As he The and discipline be up In the air, we would be safe, the passed the captnln he Jerked hi thumb could not agree, but Hie olllcers all In the direction of the lion's den unit liked till., even If he was hard to man lloches would receive a good bashing. D. and we would get our own back on Old went out. Then the cnptulu went In. age, so when he was detailed i'epfier. It was too good to be true. and the lions were once agHin fed. sniper a sigh of relief went up from 1 gleefully fell In with the scheme, The captain stajed nboiit twenty min- I lie olllcers' mess. utes and mine out. I couldn't see hi Old Scotty had the freedom of the and told Cassell 1 was his meat. He used to draw two or "Then I waited with beating heart face, but the droop In Ids shoulders brigade. Office at Italney a Livery Stable. was enough. He looked like a wet hen. three davs' ration and disappear with and watrhed the captain like ii hawk. Kentucky Lancaster. "The door of the general's risim hi glass, range finder and rifle, nnd we I "lie was beginning to fldget again und was ilrummlng on the sandbags opened and Old Pepper stood tn the would see or heur no more of him until suddenly he would renps-a- r with his feet. At last, turning to me, doorway. With a roar he shouted: "'Which one of you I Cassell? with a couple of notches added to he said: O me, get your heels together those already nn the butt of his rifle. II "'WINon. this army Is a blankety Kvery time he got u Cermaii It uieunt blank washout. What's the use of hav- when I speak! Come In here!" "Cassell started to ray. 'Yes sir.' another notch. He was proud of these ing artillery If It Is not allowed to Are? MINERAL DIRECTOR The government at home ought to be "Hut Old Pepper roared, 'Shut up!' notches. "Cnssell eniiie out In live minutes. hanged with some of their red tape. nut niter a few month Father Ofllce Over National Hank. It s through them that we have no He said nothing, but ns be passed no- U'li'Uiiiutlsiu got lilm and be was sent Residence t'hone 3. OHice I'hone "J7 I shells.' lle put bis toiigui Into bis ibeek and tn Illlghty; the air In the wake of his "I answered, 'Yes, sir,' and started winked, then, turning to the dosed stretcher was blue with curses. Old LANCASTER, KY. I sendlui; this opinion over the wire to door, he stuck his thumb to his nose Seotty surely could swear; some of his I outbursts actually burned jou. Cassell, but the captain Interrupted and left. me with : Then the sergeant major's turn! Jvo doubt, at till writing, he I "'Keep those Infernal fingers ttlll. came, lie dli!n t come out our way, "somewliere In Illlghty pussy finding I What's the mutter, getting the nerves! Judging by the roaring, Old Pepper It on a bridge or nlong the wall of I some munition plant with Hie "(i. It. When I'm talking tn you, pay titten- - must have eaten him. Hon.' "When the door opened and the gen- - "r H"'i" Hefense corps, "My heart sank. Sutpsng be had crnl hccltned to me, iny knee.i started CHAPTER XVII. rumbled that to Kentucky be up with ourtapping, I then all would cm pluy 'Home. Sweet Home' ngnlnst Lick. plan. stopped drumh other. ming with my Angers und said: Out In Front. "My Interview was very short. After tea Lieutenant Stores of our "(Id Pepper glared at me when I '"Keg your pardon, sir, just u habit pectlon raino. Into the dugout and In Willi nie.' entensl, nml then let loise. " 'And a d Of course .von don't know nu)thln? formed me that I was "for" a reeonnol- d silly one, too, he nn- turning to his glasses again. nboiit It. You're Just like the rest ' "'ring patrol and would carry s.x .Mill suered, VETERINARIAN. mid I knew I was safe. He bud not Ought to hnve u nursing bottle iiround bombs. At 11:.'I0 that night twelve men, our C.IL An.wcrcd Promptly Day or tumbled to the moaning of that tap- )our neck und u nipple In )our teeth., ll'iiteiiant mid ni)self went out in Ping. Soldiers b-v- cad. vou turn mv stoui-front on u patrol In Nu Man's Uinil. Night. Phone 317. "All at once, without turning round, nch to look nt you. Win thl war, We cruised around lu the dark for lie exclaimed: when England bends out inch samples LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. "'Well, of all the nerve I've ever run us I have In my brigade! Not likely! about two hour. Just knocking hIhiiiI across, this takes the cake. Those Now, lr, tell me what you don't know looking for trouble, on the lookout for ' Hot lies are using that mini ubout this affair. Speak up, out with Roche working parlies to see what again. Illliid my eyes, this time it is a it. Don't be gaping ut me like u fish. they were doing. Around two lu the morning we were whole brigade of them, lrunorts and Spit It out.' all. What a pretty target for our "I stammered, 'Sir, I know ubsolute-l-y carefully picking our wuy about thirty yards in front of the (ierinan barbed , nothing,' 4.5'e.' The beggurs know that we Fine Cut Flowers. 1 shame, I call It. won't lire. A d "'That's easy In see, he roared; wire, when we walked lido u Roche covering party nearly thirty strong. Oh, Just for u chance to turn I) 'J3S 'that stupid face tells me thut. Shut John M. McRoberts. up. (let out; but I think )ou are u Then the music; started, the tiddler ren loose on them.' il liar Jusi the same, thick to dered his bill, nud we paid. "I was trembling with excitement d Fighting In the dark wllh u bayonet l'roin repeated stolen glances nt the )iiur battery.' Is not very pleasant. 'Hie (Icruitius enptulu'H range chart, that road with "I ruluted und made my exit. W. A. WHEELER its range waa burned Into my mind. "That night tho cupluln sent for us. took It on the run, but our officer was nn novice ut the game nnd didn't fol "Over the wire I tin.n.sl. 'I) ".'IS bat' With fear and trembling we went lo DENTIST tery, Target 17, Range am, 3 degree! III dugout. He wus uloue. After sa- low them. Ho guve the orler "down . 'M minutes, left, sulvo, tire,' Cussell luting we stood ut attention in front on the gruund, hug It close," . - KENTUCKY ' LANCASTER. Just In time, too, because a volley O. KVd my message, und with the re of him und waited. HI say was short, 'Don't you two ever get It Into )our skimmed over our heuds. Then In low OHIce over Stormes Drug Store. ceiver pressed against my ear, I waited and listened In a couple of min- heiids that Morse Is n dead language, tones we were told to separate und Hours a.m. 14 p.m. 7:3C-3p.- m. utes very faintly over the wire cuin I've known It for )curs. The two of crawl back to our trenches, each mun voice of our battery coiuumndei you had better get rid of that nervous, on his own. the We could see the Hashes of their BOOKKEEPING Issuing the order: 'D 238 buttery habit of tnpplng trauiiiiltlers; It's dan gerous. That's all.' rifles lu the darkness, but the bullets Blii.PhoBography Salvo I Fire I' TYPEWRITING tad "Then a roar through the recelvei "We saluted, and were Just going ml were going over our heuds. TELEGRAPHY U the four guns belched forth, I the door of the dugout when the cup-- l We lost three men killed und one I ecreimlng und whistling overhead, und lain culled up back and suld: wounded In the arm. If It hadn't been were on their wuy. "'Smoke (joldllnkea? Yes? Well, 'for our officer's quick thinking the Jte rrMi4at ku fwot isptrlMo l micwUIj the shells . The cuptaln jumped us If he wer there are two tins of them on my table, whole patrol would have orobubly b4 wobi far hkml M"atr tow. UKi vr Ur sliot, and let out a great big expreslr (Jo back to the bull err, and keep your been wiped out. b. SYNOPSIS. Amu by th newi of U CfTAPTnil 'Kinking of the LmltanlA by a Of r man Submarine, Arthur Our Kmpjr, an Amrl-cn- , leaven Mt office In Jtrwr Clly an J KriRlanJ where he enlfiU In the .rwii to army. .iirnisn CIlAPTKIt fter a perio.1 of train cu.t. TheAll-'Roun- d jMan's We nil want n drink tlint is not insipid. The soldier, athlete or student must have the drink that tastes good and that keeps him toned up. hard-workin- g Drink ner pasteurization. Milk nnd water may or may not contain bacteria; Bcvo cannot. famServed everywhere ilies supplied by grocers, druggists or dealers. Anlicujcr-llujcli.S- is just that. It is sparkling nnd rcfrcsliinK healthful ns choice cereals nnd finest hops can make it a soft drink that is pure in it sell ana kept pure by airtight sealing and thorough M.nufcturr. and tsXtkd t icIuNvrly bjr t. I Always Drink Louis iBaaaaass aayjM Distributor (IHR ()!(( HUH). KY ' Over the Top" j CARDS." and Dentist. BILLS The Dr. Wm. Veterinary Pryor, Surgeon Packer's Bill for Live Stock For the first six months of our operations under the Food Administration, ending April 30, 1918, Swift & Company paid for DRESSED WEIGHT LBS. live stock - 1,558.600.000 $323,800,000 For the same period in 1917 1,338,300.000 $210,400.000 Increase in Weight 16'29o 220,300,000 Increase in cost 54 $113,400,000 J. A. Beazlev M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Or. Prinfus Walker The Consumer's Bill for Meat must necessarily have increased correspondingly, as Live Stock prices and meat prices fluctuate together. Honaker sarily be larger. sumer's meat bill must neces- When the producer gets high prices for his live stock, the con- Year Book of interesting and Instructive facts sent on request. Addresa Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards. Chicago. Illinois Swift & Company, U.S. A. The Central Record, Thursday, June 27 191 8. 1 headquarters, staff, brigade, nnd vision trams. di- Issued to men In the expeditionary forces. In addition, ench man is issued a toothbrush, comb, hairbrush, soap, and towels. Army Store In France Sells Goods awarded for gallantry In action to OF More than 700,000 tons of cereal anyone who may distinguish himself to Soldiers Uelow Retail Prices. foodstuffs were shipped to the allies action extraordinary licroj.ni from North Americn n Prices quoted for June on mer-ilduring Jlny, acrhanditc In the huire general ttorcs in connection wun military opera cording to the Food Administration. Sfit 23E3 tions against an armed enemy, under opcrnted hy the (junrtcrmntter Corps April shipments were more than In Franco how that mcmbern of the circumstances which do not Justify 800,000 tons. the award of the medal of honor. may secure Kxptditlonnry Force f1 T More than 00,000 masters, olfic-erThe distinguished-servic- e medal Is lower than retail Coo, la ut prices and seamen on American meraworded for exceptionally meritor pricct in effect In this country. ious service to the Government in chant vessels traversing the war zon AT June iUotation9 are: Half-poun- d with operations against es have been insured hy the United pnckiiKe chocolate, 11 cents; can of connection Stntes Government. This insurance cherries, 21 cents; ran of cocoa, 14 an armed enemy. $115,000,000. cents; pocket combs, l! cnts; con of Emergency Building to Provide for totals more than Claims under the insurance are so corn, 10 cents, thnvinc trusties, 15 Soldiers Costs $1,170,619,000. far n little more than $180,000. ccntsjtooth brushes, VI cents; can The total cost for National Army The new collar Insignia for the k'er ale, 0 rents; can plum pudding, cantonments was $140,720,17.1, ac Army Air Service consists of strincless beans, 10 cents; bottle Kin-1- 2 cording to n statement by the War of horizontal bronze wings, a pair cents; standard $5 safety razors. Department. with n The National Guard silver d $1.75; pair shoe laces. .1 cents; can camps propeller placed cost $.1H,37."i,272, crtieally on them. It is worn by talcum powder, . cents; poun cut-IoKmergeney work to provide for sugar, 10 cotton I will sell 50 head of marcs at Danville, Ky., Saturday, June They thread, 4 cents;cents; spool package soldiers in this country and to pro officers and enlisted men of the Department of Military Acronatics and buildings arc from 2 to 5 years old; Perchcron bred, heavy bone, good colors, flood shspe, smokitu: tobacco, T cents; hand soap, vide storage for the manufacture the Ilurcnu of Aircraft Production. jf material both here The hat and for enlisted men will be and the kind for the farmer to buy. They were raised in Nebraska, the place I cent; can lobsters, 25 cents; shav-i- n and abroad undertaken by the congreen and black. soap, 4 cents; bottle Worcesterstruction division fo the Army, where the shire sauce, 20 cents; linen hunder-cliiefThe military postal express serwhich has been executed or is un 10 cents; pint bottle olives, der way and in prospect up to June vice established for the KxpeditionENGLISH. FRENCH AND U. S. GOVERNMENTS ARE BUYING THEM BY THE THOUSANDS. 2!I cents; can green peas, 10 cents; 1, will cost about $l,170,(ilU,l)00. ary Forces has charge of the collectShoe polish, 'J cents. This totnl is exclusive of three poera ion, dirpatch. and delivery of all Mules and horses are high lai will be higher, as there Is no surplus in any country Although the men are issued amtions costing $10fi,000,00n, under mail emanating from and destined ple rations, the quartermaster stores - then-. n shey lire i.Mtivflj I Jit- lien lot t Don't fjiil to come ntiil settsim.-ff II J rtl Siniiili.p,- -) the direct control of the Ordinance for the American forces in France. opened to enlisted men for Department. It will also receive, dispatch and deDon't Forget the Date and Place, as Everyone Will be Sold Regardless of Price. lire purpose of the permitting them to the Up to June 1 the construction div- liver the express arising, or arriving, add to their menu or to satisfy inNo a Fair Deal to nil. WO&S ision had completed 5:t Jobs, at n tot- in France for the American forces, Sale Marl iriiiuptly at one a flock. H.iin or Shun- - n' ilie il'c Ice S. (Vnl Con pnti's Stock Tens. (Hi dividual desires for dainties or al coet of $202,250,000. It has 214 and will deliver, express bound for ' delicacies. The highct grade of operations under way, which when the United States to the proper exNorth StTimtl Strett. (u town merchandise only it carried in stock finished will cost about $270,:n;y,- - press company. so that the men may be sure of hav000. Preparations are being made Applicants for commissions as ing the best, whither in rations ur to start work on 117 new operations first lieutenants in the Engineer extra supplies. which are expveted to eo3t $700,-000,00- Corps, according to a statement by Meats, groceries, fish, vegetables, the War Department, should be benotions, toilet articles, rmoki rs' articles, and scores of miscellaneous General Persliinc Insists thil Letters tween 32 and 38 years of age and for Commissions as captains between items are Included In the published Be Written Hone. What It Really Proves. 3ii nnd 42. The Kngincer Corps is .lnint nil the emit war Hi lil. price lists. These lists are made "Duty to one's country does not conducting a campaign for 2,000 available to each company and pur- end cn the paraJe ground, nor oven t'rv ti.ie starlisl In April. ay more commissioned officers, the exlli.riani historian Whlrli ehi to chases may be made either for cash on the battle ful l, but consists in do- amining board making a trrtp itn-man unuM nilhrr or on credit. tour of the ing everything in one's power to Chautauqua is Almost Here llslit tlinti t ilnoiieli ill.- - nrilenl of principal citici of the country to Among the staples to be found in help win the war." says an order is- make examination readily available prlll2 ItlM tll'Mer ."llrf Irlilllnc. these chain stores are: Fresh beef, sued by Gen. Pershing, a copy of Post llxpri-ss- . nam, Bacon, turkey, potatoes, rice, which has been erceived by the War for applicants. v Get Your Ticket Today hominy, beuus, onions, coffee, tea, Department. Construction of additions and imrillpl-ie- s Play Flute with Note, sugar, cheese, cocoa, butter, and "To write home frequently and provements to the hospital establishll Ik lid an timuiiiiiiiiii sni'tii Ii- in evaporated The canned regularly to keep in constant touch ment of the army in this country fruits. m- n invrn ilu) a ImriiKinli'u ulili hi and vegetables noinl. Among tli. riliiliior u llute fruits peaches, apricots,include: cher with family and friends is one of the during the pn-- t- six months has been pears, In nrwr p.iiil In mi) other soldier's most important duties. undertaken b;- the Construction Diii), ami II wt.ulij i rente ihiiiIi iirirls In that ries, currants, pineapples, prunes, as- Mothers and fathers will suffer if vision of the Army at . an estimate a man i!y n tint,. villi paragus, sweet corn, tomatoes, mush- they do not hear often from riniiiiry to The new- sons cost of $25..73,117.5.-ih' mouth. TlifM- spinach. lighting in France. inn rooms, sweet potatoes, con- In the present buildings cons.st of hospitals, play the ordinary muMc with nut squash, turnips, and beans. Includlarge companies it is not possible for valescent barracks, infirmaries, and fast mclliiic k to,, nun h fur thi'in. ed in the list of canned meats and officers to write letters for their nurses' quarters. The new figure fish are: Lobsters, oysters, snlmon. men, and every man must do it for represents wcrk finished and in the mackerel, cod, sardines, shrimps. himself." What He Wat There For. course of con pletion, both within I was Mlltig a few iI.ijk In th herring, deviled crabs, sausages, tonand outside the camps and cantonGovernment Powder Plants Planned l.ipini" of M.ine frlt niK One morning gue, turkey, deviled ham, corned ments. Hi,' lilllc sou of Hi,, family mine Intii beef, corned in January Now in Operation. beef hash, roast ibeef Thousands of women are employmy room. 1 pretended to ! nMis'p. and mincemeat. Operation has begun in two Gov Hi,k in ciin.ic hul and kIihmI for For the man with n sweet tooth ernment powder plants two months ed in the United States I'lenil inoini'iilH looking me mer from preserves, ahead of schedule. When the task plant. They are acting as inspectors lii'iul to ik.i iis If tuklug my ini asun-invni- H. there are: Jams, jellies, engaged throughout the enraisins, apple butter, maple sirup. of building the plants was considered nnd arc Then In- - s.il.l in a matler-of-fai- t tire process of manufacture, accordlone. "I mm,, up to pull jou out molasses, cranberry rnure, citron, by the War Department in January ing to a statement from the Gas Denuts, candy, etc. The smoker may it was predicted that the production of tail, 'Chicago Trlhuiii'. Hundreds of girls purchase rmoking and chewing to of powder might begin in August, fense Service. have been trained in the special art bacco, cigars, cigarettes, pipes, ciga barring unforseen delays. The 100 Per Cent Program. Pope's Income Uncertain. of sewing the face pieces. Each The inci II Is Mated ut tin- - Vutliiui that out- - rette papers and mntches. The $120,000,000 allotted for the separate step in the assembling of 4) nil' of the net mi I money capital In Ilie dental needs of all the men are sup- plants is expected Govto give the the mask is done by women workers, 2 papal treasury, whUh Is the iitTiimU' plied with razors, combs, brushes for ernment a smokeless powder produc until the mask is completed, the last lallim of many nipes, '.hire Is no wnj nil purposes, buttons, soap, shaving tion capacity equal to all other inspection is made and the final prosticks, shaving mugs, mirrors, razor American plants combined. lo ilelermlui' the nitual Income ami i In con- duct is ready for shipment overseas. oi mlliuriK, for Iho rraini that tint in-- J strops, shoe polish, shoe laces, toilet struction of the plants it was found iiuue arli'H from jear in jinr, aunnl- - water, talcum powder, tooth powder, More than S00 penalties for vioTO necessary to build a new town on Jii lo thu popularity of the particular witch-haze- l, towels, handkerchiefs, and lation of rules and regulations govis.k' on thu throne, acinrdlng to world pocket knives, needles, thread, can- each site to house the employees,uuilJ-ing- erning licensed dealers in foodstuffs approximately 9,000 different s o i mpcrlt), ami like tuuvs iind that dles, and playing cards. Street.-- , were put have cben imposed during the past were erected. 2 'i'' enptiullliirt'S must he fixed uccord- to IhlN uncertain iniome. power Oddly Shaped Feet Now Get Fitted down and sewered, plants 10 months by the Food Administraconstructed, and stores and hospit- tion. About 150 companies and inIn Army Shoes. als built. Approximately .15 000 dividuals have been ordered to quit Two out of every 1,000 men in the licensed commodities men worked on construction and business In Army have to have their shoes made 1 period, about 30.000 will eventually be en- for n limited or unlimite to order. In several ramps entire gaged in the actual production of nnd over 300 have voluntarily made regiments have had their feet meas- powder. a money payment, usually to the Hed ured, and hundreds of drt. wings were Cross, or have temporily abstained Over-sea- s Cap Added to from doing business rather than risk made of odd shapes and sizes. At New the present time the army uses Equipment of American Troops, calling down more drastic penalties. 2,000,000 and .1,000,000 pairs As a result of the studies at the The "Over-sea- s cap" now being is of shoes a month. sued to soldiers in the Kxpeditionary front, methods have been developed Facts brought out in tests seem to Forces matches the uniform in color, whereby more than80 per cent of prove that men in the present Army has no the wounded, who originally remainhas a ery low- - crown, are larger than those serving in brim or peak, It is so and for made that it ed at the military hospitals previous wnrs. Not only is this may be folded and carried in the months, aro now cured iind returned shown by the larger sizes of shoes to the forces in three of four weeks. pocket. called for, but by the larger sizes of When American forces entered In order that Army surgeons outer clothing that is being required. the at camps, cantonments, and trenches is was found that the liecords in the Quartermaster Corps brims of their campaign hats inter other military .hospitals in this counshow that a slzu larger, on the nver. fered with sighting through trench try may thoroughly understand the age, is being demanded in blouses, periscopes and that in the cases of latest treatment of war wounds, the shirts, and breeches than have ever tall men the high crowns could be Army Medical Department has had before been used, The new established special classes of Instrucseen above the pur.ipcts. Tests for Awarding Medal of Honor cap is so low that it permits the men tion to which are sent selected offito move with practically the same cers who, upon completion of their Named by Gen. Pershing freedom as when they are hatless. courscc, return to their own hospit-a'- .i these tests are applied to cases Tho trench helmet cun be worn over and instruct other surgeons hi recommended for thu medal of honthese methods. ti. or, according to instructions issued Only soldiers who have been with us u guide to officers by Gen. the Kxpeditionary Forces wear the According to reports from cap. Men who have performed in ac France new rrgdlationt provide thut tion needs of most distinguished per- - officers shall wear their insignia of ronal bravery nnd rank on the cap, and enlisted men above nnd beyond all call "of duty; place on it the button prescribed to so conspicuous as clearly to distinbo worn on tho left side of the collar guish them for gallantry and Intre-pedi- ty of the service coat. tf B0UBB0N POllW CUE above their comrades: which down a chick's threat cures involve risk of life or thu perforThe three new national forests re A few drops la lt mance of more than ordinarily haz cently established ill the Kat include water cores anu prevents cholera, diarrhoea, omission of approximately service, the ardous 058,000 acres. audolhcrchlckdlteascs. One UK bottle, makes It ulloniof which would not Justly subject the medicine Al all druggists. There are about 5,000 Germans Sample and booklet ononis-casperson to censure for shortcoming in tho United States, of fowls" MDt yilEK. In the performance of his Interned or failure Baurtaa Isansj In one Army camp there are 65 duty. . service-Cros- s Haitlden Brothers. Is battalion baseball teams, beside the The distinguished the United Staled and on the Battle Front,, from Washington, D. C. anil Conditions Throughout Auction Sale 1I A fH I DANVILLE, f. Weekly War News Digest Stories of Activities Standard safety razors are now-bein- KY., SATURDAY, JUNE 29th, 18 29th. ur J. C. KUTZ, Cisne, Illinois. Redpath j Chautauqua J LANCASTER. KY., JUNE 24 28 Ot)lliHt0H0IM(MIllMUMHMtMCH PRiCES SOAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year and 9 SAVE Believe us. 25 per cent or more. ONE Hervey & Woods Sil, Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record. Thursday, June 27 1918. THE SCARCITY OF LABOR It will be hauler, perluir. tor the cf former than for liny otli?r c!n people to ndapt himwlf to the labor shortage, became Ilia rn.st imporlluslncss tant work is temonablr. house have already bieli seriously crippled by so many of their men being called into service, but they nre bravely adjusting their plant to cmditions, by cmployinc older men, rr training women for- these position. This shortage will, of course, be felt on the farms this year, for aside from the draft, war industries are hiring nil men available. - keep them displayed In their places of business. Chairman U 0. Davidson, of the Garrard county W. S. S. drive, has received cards from headquarters for the enrollment of everyone who refuses to sign the pledges on these cards the reason given by the Individual and the opinion of tin-- county chairman mutt be given. In other word, the government is going to keep an eye on everyone, nnd wants to know the reason why slackers if there bo an such. arc spending their lives In Idleness, frivolity nnd nmusemcnt, while worn-- 1 en of France, England and Italy are1 rulTcring. Kcd Cress, work, write very necessary, does net till the re-- J nuiremenU of woman's duty in this Every wom.-.-n who day of crisis. can work should have a vocation of some kind of usefu 1 labor. Tliev To win t: should not be slackers. war we mut not only have a ureal army in France but we must keep u, of everything at the production home. A woman must take the plscc at home of every soldier nnd sailor It will be a hardship, of course, but this time is the time to endure hardships. The women have ns much at stake in the war as tho men and nr the men are olTcring their lives on the battle fronts as n sacrifice, the women should entist for work nt home. They should emulate the heroic efforts of the daughters of France and fireat Britian. Every vacancy caused by a man going to tight should be filled by a womnn willing to work. A loafing woman is just as much a slacker as n loafing man. Elizabeth-tow- n Suits Ge$n$ Fast AT WELSH LOAFING WOMEN ft e W1SIHM15S We characterize a loafing man und Wherever it is possible to use machinery on the farms, In place of an idler as slackers nnd there is I hand labor, this should be done. If tremendous pressure being brought to bear to put every man at work. one man Is unable to meet this Why are not loafing women as much for machinery is usually then by combm;ng, farm- Irlnckerj ns leafing men? In Eng- ers can elTect the same result. It land, while practically every able in France will mean all along the bodied man is fighting line this vcar it will r.ienn helnin VT able bodied womnn is at work cch other In various wny3 but nllat holm- - In that country they are t" is is a part of the dobt we roust !ruiininl-- ' tlie fnrm- - tl,e factories, the, tlieerfully pay in a world war of themunition PIant. nml to 1uo,c nn Englishman's statement, "they arc magnitude we ate now waging. ' N'ov.s, doing everything but running the engines on the railroads." In France APKFRI PfKTINf ubrlLItblti) .every woman is a laborer and they In some of the stater and in some have fully taken the places in nil the WAR WIGS. i.f the counties in Kentucky, the of life that the men follow-iien- s A wig to help to win the war has are posting the names of those ed before the war. In this country the Government been "invented" by nn American cotwho can subcribc to the various war men from! ton manufacturer. It is made cf funds and who do not dc so and also has taken 2,000,009 the names of those v. ho can sub- -' peaceful pursuits and made soldiers' fibrous material in two colors green ' scribe liberally but who fail to do so. of them. Another 1,000.000 have1 nnd reddish brown. It fits down It works like a charm. In every in-- 1 been taken for the navy nnd for ' tight over the helmet and, while the stance the parties whose names were ' munition plants and the shipbuilding soldiers are sneaking through the ' posted came across with liberal sub industry. This leuves n shortage of woodlands, blends into the forest v scriptions. In some places the peo- three million man power on the farm-an- splendidly nnd naturally that 390, ple nre boycotting stores nnd other in the factories and the shops. feet away nobody ran tell that n places cf businsss where, thr.pro'pric Their places should be filled with company or regiment of soldiers tors fail to do their part-- " ' In, other , women. We think the American ' on the move. Tnen when out of the' words the people are standing behind women nr? as patriotic as the Amer- -' woods nnd beck in the trenches all the boys in the trenches and nre boy-- 1 ican men and they t houlJ demon- - the soldier must needs do is to take T,hey are also stratc this patriotism in imitating, off his wig and reverse it and he hit cottlng the slackers making it hard for thoughtless peo- their .sisters across the seas by going! topped with a reddish-brow- n top-- ! ple tj tccr di,v n the posters Jiued to work. There arc millions of piece, invisible against the earthwork ' by the gocrr.mtnt cr wno f:n! to healthy women in this country who of the trenches. hWl mblJLJhlL Now Li i'i your lime to a new :uid stylish Suit at u Ktont bijr snviiij: ri'i-'- rijllllU V.'o .still Imc a choice solt'ction of Suits both in Silks and Woolens; and t.s it is our purpose to clear the racks ol all Suits, we now oiler choice regardless of coat or former selling prices. Suit.t of TnlTota and Jersey Silks, also, All Wool Serges, Poiret Twills and Ciaberdines, in all colors and black, now s"!ling at $14.73,. $17.50, S19.50. $22.30, $29.50 In most instances less than half former prices. 2 cnaaM&-uft2.tti- Sale of Sili Dresses Cenij Br!.'M Extra Special CleBtHiice Sale i( tites now ;itjc. j.rt'ii'l iti all Silk. Georgette !! nd CroMi de ..t S9.75, $14.75, S19.50 New Washable '$2.95.-$3.95, Slirts Separate $1.50 AND $2.50. We h.Re recently received nn unusually attracti'. c line of White Wash Skirts, in I'lquu and Gaberdines, specially priced at VW MONDAY JULY $20,000 WORTH will go on sale at n 23 per cent to 40 per cent Tnia sale will mean a great saving to tho3e who take the advantage of it. $5.75, $5.90. $6.75 85c, ALSO CHEAPER WASH SKIRTS AT 2nd will be the' Opening Day of our Great July Clearance Sale. OE HIGH GRADE HOUSE FURNISHINGS 200 PAIRS A most of HIGH and LOW SHOES. These prices will accomplish our purpose. Must be denied at once $1.95 and $2.95 sellirisr The choosing will comprise I'umps, Oxfords and Strap white, tan, black and color novelties. All are of and were included in lines that sold from $4.00 to 10.00, Cjurae not all sizes in eery style value ntsumrs a The nit.,in the ur. IVr pair, M.D5 and YIM. Kip- - sSKW fl l exceptional collection of Ladies' footwear is represented in this cllcrinc. Including, as it does somv of the lust modeU developed for this seasons wear. Not all of the shoes, however, ore fro.n this season. There are several short lines In the lot left from lust seasen's Slippers in a li ersity of iffects, the very h.chest class construction There nru all siies in the !c. but of significance probably not equated ' j; x " WELSH Square Oak Dining Table Oinir-i- : ft WISEMAN KENTUCKY. C $ 14. Iron A Bed DANVILLE, We nr; large for Only $9.98 inch continuous pi...' In beauticold Roll steel leu. ful porcelln white or venia martin finish, sold regular at $14.00 Our July Clearance Sale pri-'- e inly Xl).9S,an auual saving cf lit.-- f C'h'nti Cubir.ots in fiiiUi. uUo v rich ftul !en Cak shove i won.l.rful r:verai i". j'ur.ad ' j i "' - shown, i 1V, 'j in Golden tnauiifi ished. S .! :n'rr r Our Ju" Cie.'ianc. Jul' only $2i.'m ti". act a' a. 25 : ... 5T 30. ict .vluhogany. c .1 find any p:ece here .0 match i: i a niii or of S3 any odd pitce a. a per cer.'. '40 - . cent. Our I n- - n na'tred s .'V in the col- Oue-- r c . 1! nm n.l William Li't us a ;ii M 'y an 'rra i i J. t! . "iV a liuri: s.i ii..1 i .? i ..at Jul; C II. e trm Me, I !: "Nn liialtrr am always the una'." "Tlmt is In oau'C ynu are nluny Imtllnu in." Ikl Mu:t Ec One'I Own WorK. Th" I'llnclilni nf -- ml in'rjmwi rh:lit netlnn l what jnske tin1 ihmIl ibx-- Ott n TI IJ Idaliiir . frmii niif'H father or mother, but Ik the AN Jw.rl: of tin' maii on liliwelf. Pavld St: rr Ji rd.in. ATT y Sanitary-Fol- Sellers Kitchen Go-Carts ing Bed ns Sanitary Tolding Bed shown here is (lie me;t economical bed ins.de. (lood for in or out door use, easy to move, purely runltury and ihcup at $7.98. A Co Cart that Ktlds up, easy th. must to close an.t made. Our July practical Clearance rule price will be -- 5 per cent olf the resular price. Oahlnctt Cabinet will please you. save you labor and time, sanitary and built to last for jr.ru. A Sellers crt cn, L. B. Sapp Furniture SUCCESSORS TO A. V. WIIKKI.KU FUItNlTUItE CO. Co. KENTUCKY. ACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH. HE IT ENACTIJD BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE Word From Bre'r Williams. Diir'x lurid 'nuft ter feed de worl', COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY: de feet tint It wnilt but iloa't ml tiii'.ii'. After uu (It In a l!id wurliln' 1. Thstt it nhall be the duty of every owner, controller, l.i inr vm K"t ter make do land feel g ml. Hit's de only way ter lmvo a and mHtiatfer of lamia Ijordoritur nnd abutting on che public t'py time till 'roun. highway of this commonwealth for the dirt which their said land ho aliuU nml bonier, when so onlerwTby tho Fiscal I Awake, to Sense Ilmv miiny ivople think tlin worW Court of hij county, to cut. clear away, remove and curry fmm s and life n fiillure and have done or mid mmellilnK the) alori,' side the public highway, all bushea, weeds, shrub and i :rit all their llvin, when u iyetnb!i' overhanging limb of tree ami all other such obatrurtions nil or u brink wulk would have diaiiKi long such highway and to keen till hodge feneo along audi their likliui eiimpletely I highways so trimmed and cut back, that satno, n. no time will Not Even a SymptomT become more than five feut high. Murlon was retlesi while with her mother niaklue a cull. Tho wimmii a 2. Tho bmuh, buslia, weeds, overhanging limbs of whom they were calllus siibkoIikI that llarlun ro out In the yanl and look tiooj, and all other obstructions along the highways of the sevfur the rat. Hhe returnol directly, eral counties of this commonwealth are to bo removed there, dlsnpiwlntnl, and said petulantly, "1 dou't see any symptoms of u rat out from betweon the 1st day of July and the 20th day of August there." of every year. Pen Extractor. 3. Every nron who violate the provisions of this act A pea extructor Installeil in an office will save all members of the force the by failure to perform the duties ah horein required shall on con. Inky operation of remotlne an old pen victton be fined in the sum of not less than twenty dollars nor from the holder with tho tinner. The device consists of a metal loop wTildi more than fifty dollars, 1; - Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, can be pressed down upon the pen so firmly that the pen Is removed by pull on the holder. W. A. DOTY, Road Engineer.