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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 4, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918070401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 4, 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. TWINTT NINTH YEAH LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 4. 1918. ELECTRIC FANS Installed In Cbriilian Church. NUMBER 14. WAR COSTS U. S. OVER 12 BILLIONS. Crtti S4ctk tf Amy A - rwJ will lira MMtlnat tail. CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind or farming implements are very hard to get. If you are Interested and need "anything In this Hue, give us your qrder now. Conn DC F.tcrnal viirllance It the price in the Autrian capital . Brothers. tH IE There It not much dilTerence in actual elTect between an American heedlcitly consuming materials need of eil by the Nation and n German sinking such materials at sea, LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Vienna bread it In great demand conservation. ' When the Austrian cupboard Is Prof. Scott of the University of Lure the Austrian cabinet It vacant. Wisconsin rays that the expenses of each person In the United States We are all creatures of habit, and must be reduced 25 per cent. Is a thrift ttamp habit it an excellent baby n person? und if so, how can a the cnc. Cultivate It. bnby's expenses be cut 25 per cenw When the Germans attempt a raid General I'crshing says that the on American troopt they are mon- clean life, find high ideals of the keying with n large and active American soldier are due to the in fluence of the American mother. Do surprised if mother puts on not It it now reported alto that Hln- - 'airs be for awhile. Who could blame denburg it in an insane asylum. Planning the war required a madman her after such a tribute, ami carrying It out made a lunatic. Secretary McAdoo needs n rest. I He Is going. west in the endeavor to From ttudy of the Kaiser's speech 'find spot where no one has ever es and actions alienists affirm that "Whom heard of the war or the treasury or he hat long been Insane. Liberty ilonds or the railroads. To the gods with to destroy they first .accomplish this result he will have to make mad jelimb a mountain alone and sit sol The girl who married six soldier itary on the peak. in succession and secured an allotThe farmers of the country have ment from each of them should have two-edgsword gone Into Wall St. She has all the in their hands a on against Germany production rriakingt of a high financier. their farms and giving financial sup They are It was a oity that General Funston port to our Government. received his cue for an exit before 'sharpening and weildlng this powef-the great war act began. He would ,ful instrument, as is seen by their have loved be to cast for a part In it support of thethlrd Liberty Lonn and would have played his part well. !and th tnrrenipll arrenf-- on their farms. If gratitude It due to the man who The National Defense League, of blades of grass grow makes two where only one grew before, what Is which Theodore Roosevelt is honor due to the farmer who has planted ,ary president, is engaging in nation this year twice the acreage of wheat Iwide movement against the purchase goods. Its slogan lof German-mad- e that ho ever did before! ls, "Turn Germany upside down, and and you win nnu maue in nen siumpeu The war bills of England is asking ,America are met by appropriations upon it." The league made by Parliament ami Congress 20,000,000 subscribers to a pledge refpectfully. Hut the American sol- not to buy articles of any kind with diers are preparing to pay Germany's the "Undo In Germany stamp. . We personally do not want to War Illll in full for all his acts. touch anything made in Germany The man who loves liberty best with a ten-foo- t pole. and Would do his utmost for It Is the one who Is most willing to havo the BACK IN GAME go.crmntnt jell him what he shall eat, how long his coat shall be and Mr. II. A. Klchardson, of Danville, how many pockets he may have upon who formerly represented the Item it. ington Typewriter Company, In Cen Kentucky for h number of years, government desires us to con-eor- tral 'flic and after another whirl at the news, In gas and electric Ugh,-- paper business on thj staff of the days when the community still har- Dirnville Advocate of which he was on their young men culling bored part owner, lias the ser best girls, with what fervid patriot- vice 6f the Remington .Typewriter request would have been ism this manager of tho Lexing Company, as carried outl ton Kentucky Brunch office. "Hy", regi- as he Is familiarly known among the Officers of the American ments In France are not allowed to newspaper fraternity, visited the have wine rerved at their mess tab- RECORD utiles on Saturday, Mr. les unless ft Frenchman or a guest Is Richardson also represented the Mer- present, Some of 'the officers are gcnthaler Linotype Company in Ken- considering the advisability of hiring a Frenchman to be permanently a large number of typesetting ma chines for them in Kentucky. attached to tho regiment. IF YOUU Tobacco Is Qood PROTECT IT AGAINST HAIL. You'll be tickled to death in event of loss, it you are Insured with BJLINEB Phone 100. Lancaster Kentucky. In the fiscal year closing the 30th, the United States has spent approximately $12,050,000,000 for war purposes. This was ascertained Suturday when expenditures for the month of June were estimated by treasury officials at approximately $1,405,000,-000- . This Is a slight falling of from May's total of $1,503,195,000. Of the grand total during the year, days. more than $4,708,000,000 has been expcndcil in the form of loans to the allies. The ordinary running exCHAUTAUQUA CLOSES. penses of the government has been Will Rtlnra A.ain la 1919. with the balance $7,508,000,000, The five day program of the Red-pat- h paid out for special work. Bonds, interest-bearin- g notes and Chautauqua closed last Friilay 1. evening, with the interest unabated certificates have brought In until the closing number on the last program. It is very gratifying to its patrons, TAX COMMISSIONER to know that the Redpath ChautauAssumed His Dalies Last Month. qua will appear in Lancaster next year, for already pledges sufficient Garrard county's Tax Commis and enough guarantors have signed sioner, Mr. A. T. Scott, has opened to insure its return. up his office in theold county court Judge F. P, Frisbic who had room of the court house and is now charge of the ticket tale, is to bo prepared and ready to take the list congratulated for the financial suc- of the tax payers of the county. cess of the one Just closed, as all Under the new law it is the duty of guarantors had only to purchase one the taxpayer to come to the office of extra ticket to meet the number sub- the Tax Commissioner and Mr. Scott scribed and guaranteed last year. lms had printed in this office a lot of hand bills apprising the tax payers to NOTICE TO WAR this effect. Mr. M. S. King, son of Mr. Hag-gar- d King, who'rccently moved Into STAMP PURCHASERS. this county from Mercer, is to be Mr. Owing to the short time, those who Scott's deputy and one or the other bought War Savings Stamps for June will be found In the office every day. had to arrange for taking them out Wc predict that Mr. Scott will make in time to avail themselves of the a good Commissioner, performing $4,17 rate, many were forced to pay his duties with credit to the county the advanced price. Reside there and the commonwealth. was a serious shortage, of stamps at all selling agencies. WAR SAVING STAMP CAMThis was unfortunate, but unavoidable. From this time on we PAIGN TO BE EXTENDED have been assured of an ample supply, provided those buying, will arrange to buy early in the month as THROUMEEK possible, to avoid the rush that Is sure to come on the last few days of $40,000 YET TO RAISE. the month. In the recent drive for War SavL. G. DAVIDSON, Chairman, Garrard County W. S. S. Committee. ings Stamps, Garrard County whose quota was $237,880, raised only about $190,000. LIMIT MEMBERS Thts was due largely to the fact N. K. Hogic $1,000 that some districts were not worked $1,000 properly and in some the people failA. II. Uastln S. N. Davis $1,000 ed to do their duty. W. F. Champ $1,000 Gunn's Chapel with a quota of li. K. Hudson $1,000 $7000 and raised only $1132 was the Shirley Hudson, $1,000 worst failure. In this district the R. J,' Lewis $1,000 people failed to do their duty. Walker, Sr. $1,000 J. On the other hand Bright's Bend Mrs. Dora Cochran, $1,000 with a quota of $3040 raised over Ed and N. li. Price $1,000 $7500. Much credit is due Mr. Green Theo Currey, $1,000 Bowling, the Chairman of that disT. A. Elkln $1,000 trict, for his unceasing efforts in E. C. Gaines $1,000 putting his district more than twice Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird $1000 over the top. The people there also F. II. Marksbury $1,000 responded loyally and patriotically. T. J. Price, Sr. $1,000 They have the honor and distinction $1,000 of having their district put at the top J. W. Weber $1,000 of the honor roll J. W. Sweeney, V. A. Lear $1,000 Other districts which havo raised Mrs. Carrie Zlmmer, $1,000 their quota or more are given below, $1,000 together with the names of the P. W. Wells Sweeney Morgan, $1,000 chairmen, all of whom worked faithMrs. Rebecca Perkins,... $1,000 fully and to whom should be. given Frank Holttclaw, $1,000 every credit for their patriotic serL. K. Perkins,$1,000 vice. $1,000 J. K. Thom'pton, Those going "over the top" were, $1,000 Bright's Bend, Green Bowling, Chm. II. C. Arnold S. L. "Gibbs $1,000 Lancaster, J. A. Beaxley, chairman, B. I. Kelley $1,000 Herring School, Thomps Arnold, chm I. SI. Dunn, $1,000 Tcatersville, E. B. Ray, chairman, T. Y. Hudson $1,000 Sunnyside, W. L. Grow, chairman. $1,000 Mason School, Mnson Pollard, chm, J. S. Ison Ashby Arnold $1,000 Beazley School, Frank Holtzclaw, ". Mrs. Francis Pollard $1,000 Stony Point, W. K. Leavell, chairman Wm. Lear $1,000 Becchwood, Emory McWhorter, chm $1,000 West Point, S. L. Gibbs, chairman, E. Dunrf Mrs. Bright Herring $1,003 Buena Vista, R. D. McMurtry. chm, Walton Moss....... $1,000 Manse, C. li. Ledford, chairman, Rankin $1,000 T. Too much credit ran not begiven W. 11. Burton $1,000 t ho ladles who have worked so faith Mrs. S. A. Wclhv $1,000 fully In this patriotic cause, for $1,000 many of them have helped valiantly. J. F. Robinson $1,000 Mrs. W. B. Burton who was chair E. P. Grow. $1,000 man of the ladies, in this work toR. L. Burton $1,000 gether with Miss Martha Kavanaugh, Robert Sherrer. E. C. McWhorter. $1,000 succeeding in, getting a majority of $1,000 tho "Limit Members ' deserve to be R L. Woods i I, Hamilton $1,000 complimented. J. $1,000 Hiram Ray A telegram from Mr. Jus. B. $1,000 Brown at Louisville, the State ChairJ. S. Hasclden J, It. Hasclden $1,000 man, says the time has been extend11. II. Tomlinson , $1,000 ed one week during which time GarR. E. McRoberts $1,000 rard County MUST raise her quota'. $1,000 J, Y, Robinson The districts which failed to raise Hudson, Hughes and Farnau $1,000 their quota's will be worked again $1,000 this week. Let every man In these J,. E. Dlckerson $1,000 districts make up his mind to take J. W. Holtzclaw $1,000 more. J. B. Bourne W, R. Cook $1,000 Each district must make up its $1,000 own quota. Each man will be waitA. F. Sanders Citizens National Banlc $1,000 ed upon by a committer some time $1,000 this week. J. B. Woods. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert....' $1,000 L. G. DAVIDSON, A Patriot $1,000 Chairman County W. S. S. A Patriot $1,000 Mrs. R. I. Burton $1,000 RED CROSS SUBSCRIPTIONS. Many Districts have not reported as yet. Their Limit Members will be F .M. Hounshell, PL Lick,., f 1.25 published next week. $5.00 J. B. Ledford, Pt. Lick Every once In a while you hear some one tay,"its too hot to go to church", but this need not be an excuse any longcr.for recently there lias been Installed In the Christian church, four large electric fans, In the main auditorium and a large one in tlin Sunday school room. This Is quite an innovation and will add very materially to the comfort of those in attendance these hot and sultry HEADQUARTERS FOR f AUTO Bring Your Car to REPAIRING usWe can put it in good i J: ,J repair for you Four First-Cla- ss Mechanics. Storage Batteries Recharged. AUTO LIVERY SEDAIN aid TAXI CAB SERVICE ta Ford Service Station. Free Air Phone No 332. Ladies Waiting Room HASELDEN LEXINGTON ! la" BROS Kentucky CARACE ST. NEAR PUBLIC SQUARE. Lancaster, - lr .. only a "bad scent" behind, just at AT the time our soldiers are exposed to every hardship for us. We hope ROMANS OPERA HOUSE when some of those were throwing balls at at the babies or whirling JULY 10TH with the damsels, they didn't have a Every true blooded American will boy "over there", but will remember want to see the "Kaiser, the Beast of that others have and that they will Berlin", at Komans Opera House need every thing you can send to next Wednesday afternoon and night save this country for you and them. July 10th. Not only citizens of Garrard county, but many from adjoin- "BOB" DAVISON TO ing counties are planning to witness this wonderful picture. It Is one of TACKLE HARVEY HELM. the most astounding pictures ever shown and will make our people realWhile the Republican committee ize Just what it will mean to America In Danville a few weeks ago and If this war is not won. See the ad- met picked Judge W. W. Jones, of Adair vertisement in this issue. county to make the race on the Republican ticket against the Hon. HarROBBED OF $800.00. vey Helm for Congress in this disIn reading the Harrodsburg Her trict, he failed to file the necessary ald we notice where the "what ever papers in time to get on the ballot. you call it" show had been robbed His party determined to have an acafter leaving Lancaster. The "Baby tive candidate and have nominated Rack" man reported that he had Judge Robert L. Davidson, of Stanbeen robbed of $800.00 and various ford, who has filed his nomination other things, among them a new suit papers and will make the race. He of clothes, a watch, a gold fountain hasn't a chance to defeat Helm, but pen, and some war savings stamps. will have the satisfaction of making Wc only print this to show what the the race and of being defeated by an shows take out of a town, leaving overwhelming majority. "THE KAISER" TO BE "THE RAISER, THE BEAST OF BERLIN" a , f "kiu. - swme'lKeNS the ucloianeeOT of etmiN) ths no rut Aise. . . "THE KAISER, THE BEAST OF BERLIN" which has been the most notable and timely war propaganda picture, Is underlined for a days engagement at ROMANS OPERA HOUSE, on JULY 10th,. Shows are to be given in the afternoon and night. The story is from the pen of E. J. Clawson, which Is founded on the World's war, without depicting and depressing battle scenes, was picturized by Rupert Julian, who personally gives a masterful interpretion of his The promise is made that this work is among the best of Hatanlc Majesty. s that have the terrible conflict as its subject. Intimate scenes and events in the palace of the Kaiser at Potsdam, and at Berlin, from sources of the most reliable authority, gives an insight Into the distorted irinds of the .German war lord and his constituents, who made possible the most horrible of all wars. Among the characters prominent In the history of the war which have been portrayed In the picture,) are Generals Pershing, Joffre, Dias, Haig and King Albert of Belgium. Klrao Lincoln? who will be remembered as the FIGHTING BLACKSMITH in "THE KAISER OK A also NATION", as the MIGHTY MAN OK VALOR in "INTOLERANCE", as TARZAN in "TARZAN OF THE APES" will be seen as the Belgian blacksmith, whose home Is wrecked and his family scattered in the Invasion of Belgium. photo-play- -- j4 The Central Record, Thursday, July 4, 1918. July Clearance Sale MONDAY JULY 2nd will be the Opening Day of our Great July Clearance Sale. $20,000 WORTH OF HIGH GRADE HOUSE FURNISHINGS will go on sale at a 25 per cent to 40 per cent re duction. This sale will mean a great saving to those who take the advantage or it. r, .fr E u S 31 How Women Hate. GOING IT TOO HARD? n number of friends "What make jnui think nil women Sunday. Overwork, worry, overeating and hale each otherl" "Itecaue n woman Mr. Curtis East, of Cincinnati, lack of exercise nnd sleep are res- - i) seldom brines up a son fit to l0 spent the week end here with Mr. ponslble for much 'kidney trouble. ' ,n"'or ,v0"""' " '"'"""' min.iei. and Mrs. John Land. If your bock aches and the kidneys ,l,,n Little Miss Fannie Lee Walker .f weak, rest up and use Doan'sj Lancaster, has been the gutst of hei Kidney Pills. grand-motheMrs. W, B. Ray. Chris Hutchison, carpenter, Crabl says; "My! St.. . Mits Sallie Lou N'nylcr spent from Orchard Saturday until Monday here the at- - kidneys were in, bad shape and I had tractive guest of Miss Inei l and. ' constant pain over my right kid ,or n Krfat 'k Mist Mnrv Loo Kurti .rtnrn..! n'- - A mV oplnir over, my back ached home Friday after n pleasant visit to Miss Mayme Stapp of Lancaster. severely. My kidncs were too fre $2.00 worth of hardy nlints and bulbs quent in Action at times and then Misi Lenna llollon waj in Lancast iur mil rua i rain- lor unr again sluggish. The kidney secre ai.uu. p'nniing pnriiciiiarsaiiii r jir.r. write- lor ter the guest of Mrs. Prentls Wnlkcr tions contained sediment. Dunn's FALL FLOWER HOOK, which tell Friday night and attended the Chau- Kidney Pills, from Stormes' Drug what to plsnt, bow tn plant and when tauqua. Store, soon rid me of the backaches to plant. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Warner of and regulated the action of my kidMadison were here Saturday and neys. I am glad to recommend SINGCR, THE FLORIST Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know they ROUTF, P. HARRODSBURG, KY. Teater. are a good kidney medicine." Misses Naomi anil Margaret Cor-- 1 Price 60c, nt all dealers. Don't nish of Ilarrodsburg, arc the nttrac- - simply ask for n kidney remedy get tive guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bonn's Kidney Pills the tame that Kurtz nnd family. Mr. Hutchison had. Foster-Milbur- n Now .Is ilie time to plant your Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Miss Ivn llollon was in Misses Bernice and Bessie Tenter entertained Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs - ' ForFall Planting TREES Lancaster from Monday until Thursday witli Mesdames N. K. and Ollie Bogle and LIBERTY i.OAN INTEREST Square Oak Dining Table Dinintr Tnble Just exactly ns shown, 45 Inch Top, (J fect lone in Golden Oak, beautifully finished. Sold regular nt $30.00. Our July Clearance Sale price, only $22.50, an actual saving of $7.50. 25 per cent oft". $14. A 2 Iron Bed for Only $9.98 inch continuous post cold Roll steel led. In beautiful porcelin white or venia martin finish,' sold regular at $14.00 Our July Clearance Sale price only $9.98,an actual saving of $4.02. We are showing a wonderful targe line of China Cabinets in n rich Goklen Oak finish also reveral in Fumed Jccobean and Mahogany. You can find any piece here to match up a suit or any odd piece nt n saving of 25 rer cent, to 40 per cent. Our line of matched suites in the colonial Queen arm and William and Mary arc grand. Let us save you the1 difference during our great July Clearance Sale. RATES. Miss Thelma Simpson of Clover Secretary McAdoo .officially corBottom, Is here as organist for the series of meetings at the M. E. rects a statement appearing in tar church, conducted by Rev. and Mrs. ious newspapers (bat the Fourth Liberty Loan will bear interest nt the N. G. Young, of Nicholasville. .. t .... A n r ft rv I r. n ri ri Da rain " t f 1 nnv We have in our community two, , men who arc quite remarkable for. efi- . uuiius ui .. lounil. ttllOeS, their industry and health considering ui ikuiiik higher rate thnnmc etc., is frco llH)Il inquiry, 4 11 per loan at a their age. They are Messrs John cent. Write for free Oulnlogne. No Atftj nnd Tom Mntt Chandler. They are It is interesting to recall here the ' 01 and 68 years of ngc nnd weigh Secretary's appeal in his Third Li- t- li.F.IiUlCnmeVer & SfTU. exactly the some 180 pounds ench. rrty Loan speeches that the rate of They are "Panting the Kaiser" on Kentucky. interest for Government loans be their farm here and do their own atat.lt!-..- .! ... I I -- .I . , ,. i , nny. .i.uiiihu " . n iiv II' inn. It . ,Mm . , ., ii Hvujnm. in creuuauic . UL.n it.. ..9 llllCIIIKl-llHt . ', Optimistic Thought. ,, ,. ,. Resentment Is tiMii 'rnry, but for. j period of the war at n stabilized rate glvenosi Is eternal. The undersigned hereby give warn- , of Interest, naming 4 per cent a In(f , u p,ont not lo the proper figure, so that all business our t.nds for mnv h,i.,., Fslrylsnd, b Uusted; w, wm pro.,cute all offenders to ful Jnv",n'ent mi1K,,ti lieres er Is lov.- - and' lojalty, great ha ipiiK-- s rut d lofty M.tiK eten though 1.,n,h", ,l,vr " M- extent of Hunters and. it it hovel, there Is Fairyland. Kings- "ro"K' Fishermen especially take notice. urges stabilising the rate at 4 ley. per fi, & u ,.rcd t, attended Chautauqua. Orchard, Lnwn nnd Garden. Our InriJc descriptive cntnloji of reliable Fruit and Shade Tirhs Small Fruits, Shrubs. Evergreens. Grace, otraWDBrr hh't ....;,lc V' .11 ,.. i,i,: ., , m,,.. ,,,,, Jv mil. " ' It !. Sanitary Folding Bed as shown here is the most economical bed made. Good for in or out door use, easy to move, purely sanitary and cheap at $7.98. Sellers Kitchen Go-Carts Wouldn't Break His Promise. Will Jim klmlly place tlil rlcnr In my mouth anil light It forme?" mOih! man! Are sou too lazy to lift .No. I pn.mlsi-- l my wlf,. inurnmi? t oulilnt put another cigar In my mouth for six n.onths."-IllrmInL-- liam Sanitary Folding Bed The Secretary of the Treasury has' aI, asserted he did not think that the patriotism of the American lle was measured bv the rati, of In. terert on a Covernment bond, and the, support the t.eonle k,,V' the ' . . rI '""n seems to have jusiuieu nis Deuei. A Go Cart that Folds up, easy to close and open, the most practical cart made. Our July Cabinett A Sellers Cabinet will please you, save you labor and time, sanitary nnd built to last for S. C. Ulg.by. Mrs. Emms Hlgginbotham. Mrs. J. Wa le Walker. It. L. Arnold James M, White and wife. Walter Humphrey It. U Barker John Tatum. We will all other mmes for 25cent cash. J. C. Rlgsby. u min Clearance sale price will be 25 e. per cent off the regular price years. L. B. Sapp Bruises and Sprains Have, Sloan's Liniment handy for bruises and sprains and all Quick relief fnlns and aches. its prompt application. No need to rub. For rheumatic aches, neuralgia, stiff muscles, lame back, lumbago, gout, strains, and sprains, it rives ouick.relicl. Gene rout slsed bottles, c . Furniture FURNITURE CO. Co. KENTUCKY. (.HANDLER SIY Famous For Its Marvelous Motor SUCCESSOItS TO A. F. WHEELER Danville's Largest Furniture nnd Rug Store. daughter spent the week-enwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ray. Velvet Bean Meal the belt feed for growinj hogs. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. Jasper Noel was in Louisville last week to see her brother, Mr. Chester Schooler ,vho is ill there at the Camp. Mrs. Broncon Locker and daugh ter Linda, and Miss Francis Long, were guests last week of Mrs. Lou d DANVILLE, COY Thompson Sanders continues very low with typhoid fever. Sanders Bros sold a steer to Herry Brewer for $75. Robert Long sold a bunch of cattle to Reynolds Bros, for 9c. Mrs. Marsee of Marksbury was n recent guest of her daughter, Mrs, Victor Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders an little son, Charles, motored to Marksbury Sunday afternoon. Sow Buckwheat up to the- 25th of July and it will pay. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau Coy S. Sanders nnd son, Cecil, of Lancaster, were visitors of his son, Thompson Sanders, Sunday ufter- noon. Mrs. EHJa McMilllan and hand some utile son, ilolman, J., were week end visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Sanders. Elijah McMilllan sold some heir crs to Reynolds Bros, for 10c per lb. Moses Ray sold to same parties bunch of cattle at 10c. banders llrcj, sold 12 calves to Reynolds Bros, of Nicholasville, at $40 per head, also a bunch of cows to same parties at 9c per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter enter Fcndleton. j day was set Sunday. The Sun- day school at this place had a very I BUCKEYE nice program, the Ladies Missionary Mrs. Joe Davis and children visit Society sang a song "Scattering Precious Seeds". The Primary and ed Mrs. Hiram Ray last week. Junior grades sang a song "My Mr. G. W. Ray sold to Mr. Law-so- n, Country Tis of Thee", and Miss 11 hogs at 15 cents per lb. Mayme Sebastian gave a beautiful Miss Martha Curtis is visiting recitation, "Signs of the Times", and Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethel bright little Sylvia Rose McCulley, Ray, aged 4 years, recited a patriotic Miss Mayme Sebastian spent the piece, "I Love the Name of Wash- Ington". week-en- d with her sister, Sirs. Walter Grow. SOLDIER AND SAILOR 1NSUR- Misses Elsie ami Dorothy Whit-tak- er ANCE, visited Mrs. R. W. Sanders, So far more than 3,000,000,000 last week. Government checks have been sent Mrs. Prentice Walker and daugh- out by Inthe Ilureau of War-Ris- k ters spent the week-en- d with Mrs. surance, most of which wero for al Robert Long. lotments and allowances to the fum noon-dn- y Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker Hie and dependents of the enlisted tained at a Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. ore the proud parents of a baby boy, men in the Army and Navy, The Lem Matthews and Mr. and Mr. uorn Juno 2th. total disbursements of the bureau up Henry Ray and children. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill visited to June 10 were more than $98,000,' their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walker 000, of which $97,000,000 was for GUNNS CHAPEL. Mradshaw last week. allotments and allowances. More than 850,000 checks a month Mr. and .Mr. J. I). Scott visited Mr. Willium A. Isbell sold a cow their daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Otis are sent out, approximately 35,000 to Mr. Steve Cayhart, for $75. being mailed out every day. The Ray Uoglis, recently. Miss Marie Ballard of Lancaster. first checks 'for the June allotments Mrs. Lourl Noel and son Daniel Is here for a weeks visit with friends. will be sent out on July 1, just as the were in Lancaster Saturday the Cow Mill!, Sojr Beans. first May payment began on June 1. guests of Mrs. Ollle Bogle. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Relatives and dependants of the inMr. and Mrs. Marion Calico, Mr. sured men should Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Chandler were remember that the and Mrs. Elsie Calico and daughter payments for any month can not be here with relatives for several days. visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray, mailed out sooner than the first day Miss Jessie B. Ray was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel and little of the succeeding month. Mrs. D. Fothergill for several davs. 'apart for last Christian Education Chandler Dispatch Gar Delights Thousands comfor8" other car of Its typo such swift swccplnft ftracc of line, such daslZa 1 US appcarancc of spendable service aid such rJdlnS I D,,sPa,tc, is car-- no on which this ? handsomo body Is mounted, distlnfliilshlil amonft all sixes for Its manelous motor. Is of life and power and Instant la its response to the est movement It answers every demand. ri??!ll!sani,i,ith,s yar have choscn lhe Chandler Dispatch for their car appointments throughout are Spp?aranicread,atr Bnd ,,CaU,,rU, vhctrlc rtJil0iL,aid,Cr Kullriht: nx?e: Choose the Chandler as Your Car Now ,29S iWtlt.S8 CoVcr,ibleSeaan, CouJJcolTA All prlcti I. o. b. CtrviUiul Pt, KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE. LANCASTER CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO t The Central Record, Thursday, July 4, FLAME 191 8. 3 SPREADS By ALICE KILLIAN. the home drink Popular Dt soda fountains, restaurants and cafes, Bcvo lias also found a welcome place in the home. A healthful drink for the family delightful to the Guest makes good tilings to cat taste better. A suggested menu for Sunday supper! Sweet red or preen peppers, itulTed with cream threw: and cliopped nuts cr olivet, ssrved on lettuce leaves Frrncii dressing cold meat "I hiik)h I've mnde n lifelong enemy mil nf Mrs. tlordon," Ciirnolln Mid, sadly. "I really llkr tier vrry much, Imt she I of tin frltolout, butterfly type of woman nnd she doc not real Hi" Unit we nrv fare to fnr with n very serious condition In Dili coun- PUBUG Having Sold 1 Bry-anlsvill- try." "'.Serlmn i Jim. Conner-- . " toasted crackers Bevo fur everyone. A leverage that tastes like no other toft drink. Pure, nutritious. Ilevo the soft drink. Served everywhere families supplied by grocers, drucE'its or dealers. Anheuser-Busc- h St. Louis ritAII OltCIUItl). KV. Crab Orchard HoMing Co. Distributors 3 31 IE HCZZjI PREST-Q-LIT- E IE OFFICIAL ll Battery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,.$500.00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, "You know," began CoriH'lln, "Hint tlilf war win worrlng me Juit ns little ni It I troubling Jim. Gordon until Iloli cnllMed mid I became luteretlcd In Itcd Cnifl work. Of coiimo I went to Hid Mnllon to see Iloli off when lie left for Ituckford nnd the .moment I miw Hint seething matt of khaki-clamen, idl so eager to l of sen Ice lo lln'lr rotintry, something seemed lu die within me the old frlvnlout Cor nrlhi wnt no more. I wanted to help; 1 wanted to fill Hint I una n part of t Ii In emit inurement. Well, I'm- - dune my little lilt eneli dny, hut It scemt so small when )ou realize how much I neeilei! I" "Vou've done good work. Cornel In. I never drennied jou'd tnke liold the way ymi linve." "The Cordons," wild Cornelln. "have n suite of roonn opposite num. They n (.harming couple, hut'JIrs. urn (Ionian In very nnd she will not reuil about nor llMen to any llilnjr pertaining to the wnr. Whenever nnjonii appronchet her regarding relief work of may sort, she always claps Iier handi over her ear dlntrnet eillr nnd refuses In IIkIi-ii- , Shu sa)t Hint It iliincrvet her to lienr nhout tin' suffering on the other side; lh.it she doesn't helleve rondltlont nt described ire iKlHslhle, mid Hint nil such reports lire rlrciilnteif merely to excite our sjiiipiithy. No," Cornelia smlli-at Jim. Conner 'k quirk gesture of pro-,tet, "I know whnt Jou're thinking, hut juu're wrong. She" u loynl Ainer- lenn, hut Kip Veil Winkle hud nothing on her so fur lit Peine It con II fly couplet. She hud uomlerful prize for tlioe who nunleil to piny bridge, ullli ii hie and roxtly orrlieKtrn to fur nl.li inulc for dnnrlni:. The parlors ninl dlnlni; room were extruvncnnlly decorated nnd they tell me thut the chef elcclled Iilmtelf on the Hipper." "Didn't JoU no-- ' iiKked Jin. Con nery. "No," Cornelln replied. "I didn't! I Jut rouhln't. I cot to thlnklne. If I'd clote my ejet It would n-eto me finllCKH clinlu of Meeplnc mites Hint nil would piivt before lue with little limit CriiMrcti Intl. (Hi. jet, I know It vvnt Jut n case of pure nerves, hut I can't s lienr nlxiiit huncrr lth' out helne upset, mi I t my recrelt. I ilhlii t M-nnjlhliii: ol "Iherenfler Jim. Corilou until the knlttlue rluli'v liut'llni;. She wat preent ninl by the way, die uuii't Miltllne for the either, but wim mnklne n dream nf n iinealiT for hemelf nut of oriuii;e jam. Of coume, eferjhoily wnt tnlk-- 1 IT nhout the pnrty, noil she ver) Hilnteilly tikii) me why I wnxn't there. I mitwered Iter evnlely, but Klir wouldn't he put off, ko nt last I told her and !" almost explri-d- . So did I, the matter of Hint," Cornelln acknowledged ruefully, "but I ftuck tc my cunt. "'I jnu realize, Cornelia,' Jim. Cordon Hiked me surraMlcnlly, 'that my lint bought $1,miO worth nf liberty bondtj' "Then your lni'bnnil bat aurel) dune lilt bit,' I iiumerttl. 'Hut buu nlKiiit youJ Are jou dolus joum, Jim (lonhuf;' Shu didn't answer, hi ) waited n moment nnd then Kald: 'l.a-diedon't J ml feel Hint we have t ierMinnl Interett In Hilt war? Women nnd children lire MilTerlne untold horror. We are to deny ouroehen Jut luxuries, not necessities, Hint these unfortunates may be taken can of. It clvliitf elaborate parties really being loyal! I'm with Mr. Ilo.nei voluntary Micrllleen now- - or war rations later. If we can't realize oui country's peril, we khouhl be made, tc do so.'" "What did they my?" Jim. Conner nuestloned eiiRerly. "Well," Cornelia drawled, "the didn't nay much, for, you fee, they'll all been to Hie party. However, of them nre doing Ited Crosi w,ork now mid they never were Inter Itlled before," "Hut what did Jim. Uoidou tuy?" "Noililng nt nil tn me." Corncllf knltled In alienee for n few moments "Hut," her eyet daneisl, "ihe nwfu tldnct khe'a said nhout met One tlilni Hire, Bhe'll neer Invito me to uuothet condition!'" repented "It It nil of Hint." my farm, one mile East of e, I will on, ThureSdau, duly 18th, '18 at nine o'clock, sell the following property: One horse, nine years old, 16 hands high, will work anyplace; one brood mare 10 years old, with mare mule by side; one brood mare, 4 years old, with horse mule by side; die brood mare, 9 years old with horse mule by side; one brood mare 11 years old, with horse mule by side; 2 work mares, 6 years old, 16 hands high, good workers; 2 yearling mare mules; 1 yearling horse mule: 1 pair aged work mules; 1 No. 1 milch cow, and calf; 2 brood sows with 14 pigs; 1 poland. gilt. china male hog. 1 brood sow to farrow in fall; 1 100-lOne mowing machine and rake, good as new; 1 gasoline engine, 2 2 horse power with cutting box and wood saw attache ments; 1 buggy and harness, good as new; 1 wagon ' and wagon harness; one Columbia wagon, good as new; 1 set of blacksmith tools; 1 smoothing harrow; 1 No. 16 hill-sid- e plow; 3 double shovels; 1 saddle, good as new; 1 hog box; 1 corn drill; set of wire fence stretchers; 1 good sled; about 1000 feet of lumber; a lot of fence posts; 15 acres of ' corn to be layed in field; about 7 tons of hay in stack; one-ha- lf acre of sugar cane; 3,000 tobacco sticks; 1 spring wagon and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made Known on Day of Sale. b. 1-- two-hors- n pnrty, n formiil nffiilr, IihIIIiir rerun). "Thlt Jim. Cordon ilethled to Ble The Danville Buick Do L. B. CONN. Proprietor s Walnut Street. 11 DC Danville, Kentucky. i ii ii ii ii ir A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. Joel Marsee. until the tarly months of say .what they are to be. 1919 to It might be difficult, I should imagine, to ru.i the mill with water that ha J already gone over the wheel. Jloreover, taxes of that sort will not be paid until the June of next year, and the Treasury must anticipate them. From the President's Address to Congress. Said by a Cynic. There aro two literary maladies, writer' cramp nnd swelled head. The worst of writer's cramp It that It la never cured, the worst of swelled bend It that It never kills. Coulson Kerna-ha- FflRW&RS LOOK. A it i at lot of field daze justllregejved. Bet-l:- c $i ltjwnlle you can. 6ox & Ledford i MANSE,1 uvai KENTUCKY. fr ing. The little one has no doubt suffered untold misery all of its life, which was only 3 years, and it was or not even permitted to say "da-da- " "ma-ma- " which is so dear to this age. CmI it? Here's the rtmrdy. It's belped millions. Has a lull century record The change has been great and the of use. Firtt uoc brings relict. Iryit. little one is perhaps singing the chilg sold by ill UrucKiti. dren's Horannas around the great mr white throne. The burial took place Sunday morning at old Paint Lick. rim I IKK or. art ORDINANCE for Coughs s Colds Keep Bowel Movtmtnt rVjaltr Dr. King's Ktw Life I'ills kirp you condition. Kid the body ii a healthyand uf itotsons v.atr. Improve )our complexion by keeping the HoKrls regular. Get a bottle from your 1 iffertive Imt mild. drugni.ts t The City Council of the City of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky do ordain as follows: That all City Taxes (except ns otherwise specially provided) shall he due and payable on ami nfter the 1st day of May, after the assessment, nnd all tax payers whose taxes are not paid on the first day of November after the same are due, shall be deemed delinquent, und such tuxes shall bear interest at the rate of C per cent per annum from the first day of November after they nre due, until paid, and any person or persons falling to pay their taxes by the first day on November In the jear following the assessment for such taxes, shall pay a penalty of C per cent additional on the taxes due nnd unpaid, the Marshal or collector whose duty it is to receive or collect raid taxes shall collect the Interest and penalty, nnd account for same, In the same way in which they are "Suffer little children to come unto tho taxes. This ordinance shall be in force after Its passage and publication. This Juno 3rd. 1918. JOHN M. DUNCAN, Mayor, D. A. Thomas, Clerk. THE PRESIDENT ON REVENUE LEGISLATION. Only fair, equitably distributed taxation of the widest Incidence and drawing chiefly from .the' sources which would be likely to demoralize credit by their very abundance can prevent inflation and keep our industrial system free of speculation and waste. We shall naturally turn, therefore, I suppose, to war profits and Incomes and luxuries for the additional taxes. But the war profits and incomes upon which the increased taxes will be levied will be the profits and incomes of the calendar year 1918. It would be manifestly unfair to wait NOTICE AN ACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PUBLIC WAYS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH. BE IT ENACTKD BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY HIGH- - THRIFTY PAYS .MAKKSKUKY I!ev. J. V. JIaFian made a trip to Stanford, Sunday. .Mr. John Royston is able to be out npiin uftcr several days illness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ike Nnylor entertnined ut dinner Sunday, In honor of n few friends. Buckwheat Is a paying crop. Ycu can low tt any time in July. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. It is stated by some who were present at Mason rchool, that ltev. J, W. Malum made n very fine patriotic address. Mr. I.uther Uurdctte's chimney was damaged by the lightening, and some boards were also torn from the house. The "fat" women (well fed sis ters) of our community aro going to be more patriotic by adopting the Hoover regimen. The men are not the only pa triots here, Judging fiom the inter est shown in the cause when Mrs. Fanny Pollard went the limit by subscribing for $1,000 worth of Thrift Stamps, at Mason. Messrs Ash Arnold and William Lear Mrs. the same amount. Pence was the largest subscriber at Rice Academy. When Jesus was on earth he said: required to collect and account for me." He Is still calling them for He sent his messenger, of Death for the little afflicted child of Mr. and Mrs. Marshbank, on last Saturday morn MORE MONEY GIVES MORE SATISFACTION. NO STOCK CAN THRIVE WITH IF PESTERED lICE.TICriS, MITES. ritAS, SCAB.MANGC.AND OTHER SKIN OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY: it shall be the duty of every cAvnur, controller, unci muniiKcr of lands borduriiijf nnd abutting on the public 1. That , DISEASES. highways of this commonwealth for the distance which their haid land so abuts and borders', when so ordered by the Fiscal C otirt of his county, to cut, clear away, remove and carry from iilotiK sitle the public highways, nil bushea, weeds, "Shrubs and oxoijianuiiur limbs of trees nnd all other such obstructions jduiig such highways ami to keep all hedge fences, along such lifhways so trimmed nnd cut back, that same, at no time will become mora than Ave feet high. 2. The brush, bushes, weeds, overhnnging limbs of trees, nnd nil other obstructions along the highways of the several counties of this commonwealth aro to be removed there-frobetweon the 1st day of July anil the 20th day of August of every year. 3. Every person who violates the provisions of this net by failure to perform the duties as herein required shall on be fined in the sum of not less than twenty dollars nor more thnn fifty dollars. m con-victi- TO CLEAN OUT THESt PARASITES, GUARD AGAINST CONTAGIOUS DISEASES, CLEANSE, PURIFY, AND DEODORIZE. USE, jW7a9WaW Mil IMK.IIUUlt.IT It party!" Cloves. Clovea nro the drill lincxpnndec flower buds of n tree. The corolla forms a bull on the top between th( four teeth of the calyx, nnd Hie stalk is the Immature ovary. They nre nt llmt green, then turn yellow, and fin ully bright pink or Murlct. In Hill last ttage they ure ready to ho picked If allowed tn remain longer on thi tree the flower expand, buronio fer tlllzed, nnd the stalk of the clove thei develops Into a aucrulcnt purple herrj containing ono or two seeds. This Ii known technically ai the "inothei clove." Amounts to 8m Thing. "Do you ever talk to yourself "Not Intentionally. But frcqueoU I suspect that my husband Isn't 11 teolor." Kansas City Joarna), STANDARDIZED. I'NlfOm.DiriNDtllf.tlllUINT. ONI Citioner krcso dipnoi runts O 10 100 lAUONJ or SOlUTIONtDlKNOlNG Uf on wntr use is to st ruci t ir) A REAL NECESSITY ABOUT HOItSES.CATTLE.SHEEP.SWINE, DOCS, GOATS AND POULTRY, r W. A. DOTY, Road Engineer.) McfUkcrts 0ru Store The Central Record, Thursday, July 4, The Central Recoro a0KO WKKKLY. INCOR'OIUTgD. $1.00 A 191 8. In which wc can see the result r4 JU ra Ha Ha Pa Pa Nl r?a r ftl rBl fa YEAR. J. f. i.L. nltrtt vlrmber l ROBINSON. Editor. KLKIN. Local EtHmr and Mt!r. th l'ol omci In UlKiMf, Kj. ffcona CUM M4ll Mallet Press Kentucky and Aocition Eighth District Publishers league. For Precinct and Cltv Offl:es ...J 8.00 10.00 "or County Offices (or State and District Ofllcei.... 15.00 10 for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .. .05 obituaries, per line Lancaster, Kr., Jul; 4, 1918 Rales For Political Announcements The United States is the only country whose govern upon :nent was constructed the principles of human rights and human liberty. The gov ernments of European coun tries grew up by .degrees as extensions and consolidations of the feudal system. They were autocratic, opposed to indivl dual freedom, and any ad Gorgeous Russian Churches. vance in liberty for the body Then1 In something about the wor of the people had to be wrung ship of I lie HuoMnn churc hes which deeply tin from them by bitter conflict typlcnl Iinpreei large, traveler. The edifice Is of n semlorlen The United States government, tnl type of architecture, with nn vxon the contrary, came into be cess of color nnd ornamentation that ing as a guarantee of the liber l. only saved from the bizarre hy the harmonlou" Mending of shinies nnd ty of the people. the ntruophere nt solemnity which The first statement in the pervades the ptiucimia Interior. Declaration of Independence Mezart Always Ccmposlnj. acknowledges man's right to After statins that while cominxln "life, liberty and the pursuit Mozart never went to the plutio. Nle-of happiness", and the forma motschel; remalk'. "Ills Imagination to him tion of a new country is based distinctly and Hhlly the whole worl: he hail ttnieclvcil.' upon the offenses of the king Mozart, us he told hl father, una al ways Immersed In illume, went nlxiut against this right. with The men who signed the study It nil day, niul lll.cil to siieculate. und rcllect. I'rom hi wife we Declaration did so as a protest learn thn.t hlM mind nun utwajs In huh against arbitrary power. They Hon, that he was continually had K'Mc to gain and much to lose I. the separation from the mother ' country. PAINT LICK American troops were few and undiscipMr. Laban Kirk is in Cattletsburg lined, American resources undeveloped. The outcome of this week. Mr. the struggle for independence visiting Ed Hurte of Pennsylvania, is relatives here. seemed at the time more than Mrs. Cortlgan and little daughter. doubtful. Yet these men with Macie, are visiting Mrs. Fred Hall. hundreds of their followers, Mr. Amos Wood of Eldorado, 111., chose to hazard their proper- is visiting liis aunt, Mrs. Woods Wal ty, their homes and families ker. is Ruth Highland of Covington, and their very lives in defense of the principle of human lib- visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mar tha Ely. erty. Clarksville, Mr. J. H. America was "victorious in Miss., is here Herrin ofto Mr. Woods on a visit the war, and came to a posi- Walker. tion where she could develop Mr. Tom Scott of N'icholasville her power and resources. The has been on a visit to Mr. Woods United States became one of Walker, the past week. have Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hervey the great and prosperous nations of the world. But the moved to their new residence which has just been completed. circumstances of her inception S ccretary of State, Jas. I. Lewis, have laid a peculiar obligation with his family, spent Sunday with upon her, She must; stand as his sister, Mrs. W. C. Wynn. the champion of freedom or be Mr. Amos Parks of Winchester recreant to her own traditions. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Parks the first of the week. Our ontrnnce into the war The school at Manse opened Mon with Germany is the logical as teachoutcome of thia position. We day with Miss Sue Higgins Hull. er, assisted by Miss Mnbel The were predestined to it. Dr. Creech and family also Mrs. United States could not watch Rebecca Creech of Harlan, spent the with Mrs. W. C. Wynn. unmoved the spectacle of a week-engreat arbitrary powers utterly Miss Lucille Ramsey of Ashville, Unscrupulous as id means, us- N. C., is visiting her little cousins, ing its mighty resources and Minnie Nelson and Burdetta Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. Speed Ledford and its strong military system toson, Frank, of Miamlsburg, Ohio, are ward the enslavment of Eu- with their relatives and friends here. rope. Miss Maggie Wilson, of Carters-vill- e Our national holiday this came Sunday to assist Mr. und year will be both a celebration Mrs. Cornn ot the telephone ex and a solemnity. We are giv- change. Mrs. W. W. West received a mes ing our money power and our stating man power toward the prose- sage from London, Kansas, died nt that her brother, John Kelly, cution of a great war, in order that place on Friday. to ensure to the free of this Ilurchell returned Miss Emma country and the oppressed of home Monday from Ravenna and was Europe the right to "life, lib- accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. G. erty and the pursuit of happi- Ilotner and son, Harold. Mr. Hume Tatem our new barber, ness", not only for ttfday, but reOn and wife, have taken the rooms generations to come. for cently vacated by Mr. and Mr. Dock this anniversary of the birth of Hendren it Mr. W. F. Parks. our nation let us feel more Mrs. Ellis has had as her guests than ever that in such a cause this week her brothers, Sir. N. C. Rouse and Mrs. Rouse, Mr. W. II. no sacrifice can bo too great, and little that the love of country and Rouse, Mrs. Mabel Askew of Butler, daughter, Opal Blades all the love of humnnity are not Stella Burnam Estridge had the mere phrases,..""Mit a living misfortune in falling from a tree und reality jo us an. breaking her wrist. Dr. Montgom: d of the food economies effected by our wheatlcss nnd meatless days. July 1st, 1917, the wheat availnble for export was estimated at 20,000,000 bushels. In the period from that date to June 1st 1018, our shipments of wheat to the allies amounted to 120,000,000 bushels. The largest shipment of beef products in nny one month during this period has pounds, 87,000,000 been against the ordinary export of 1,000,000 to 2,000,000 pounds a month. The largest export of pork In one month reached 308,000,000 pounds. These supplies have been used to help feed the armies o France, Belgium, England, and to some extent Italy. Some o these foodstuffs have also liei used for the civilian populn tion of these countries. It is a splendid record and shows that the care and self-sacrifice of its people have made the United States equal to its great task. How much of this have YOU saved? I KHAKI 1 find every thing lots different from thestatcs, even the money. We sometimes get paid in dollars, but Instead COLUMN poundsmake goofany farther. that it don't 8. I have not much news at the presn ps us fta fa rcj fa Ma f Ka ns Ma ent time, so I will draw to a close. Wishing all my friends all the Serg't James Hugh Miller of Camp good success they may have, nnd I Dodge, Iowa, is expected tomorrow, hope it will not be long before all for n ten day's furlough "to his moth- our boys can return to America, the best place in the world. er, Mrs. Dorn Miller. man fight. 1 j t Eyes Tested Free ITTED Broken Lens, Temples, Duplicated. Repairing done promptly on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Ollice over Vomit's Hardware Store. Hours- -8 RAMES K You will find enclosed money to sum $1.00 for subscription Mr. Curtis Sanford left Mondny for Louisville to enlist In the Navy, your dear paper. Yours, he passed the examination and Is Joe Barr, now stationed at Great Lakes, III. . I and Bridges Allen Johnson, who enlisted in the Navy n short time ago. lias received orders to report at (Trent Lakes, III., and will leave for that Mr? tiikkkkkUakkkkki point next Saturday. Lt. Ector Lawson has been trans fcrred from Camp Taylor, to Cam Sheridan, 111., and writes that he is well pleased with his new surround ings. George Karris Estes, the nineteen year old boy of Mr. and Mrs. 8. It Estes went to Lexington last Mon day ami enlisted in the Navy. He passed n splendid physical examina tion ami has been ordered to Great Lakes, Illinois, for special training - to 12 1 to I p. in. J. M. METCALF Private Oscar Beazley, is nt home from Camp Taylor, being loented In the Remount station, near the camp where he, together with Brogan Rob erts have been since they entered the service several months ago. He fays they are getting tired of the camp life and nil nre anxious to go to the front. Mr. James H. Smith, ha just re ceived word from his son, James T. smith, Jr , announcing his sale arrival in France. "Snake" as he is familiarly known among his friends here at home, enlisted in the old 3rd Kentucky regiment ovccjtf year ago, and was transferred to the 149th. Infantry, Company I., which is his present address. Rev. J. It. Moorman has just re ceived a letter from his brother, Hugh Moorman, who is now "some. where in France" stating that he had been wounded. This is the first in timntion that Mr. Moorman had that his brother had been wounded: "On Active Service with the Amer! can Expeditionary Force. June 1st, 1918. Dear Brother: Just a few lines to let you know-that I was wounded and am getting along very nice just now. I was hit in (he right shoulder by a high explosive shell, a fragment going in about one and one half inches, slight- effecting my right side also. I have been operated on and my I was doing nicely. wound is wounded on the 27th of May, in the (censored) region, the "Boche" attacking us. Write me soon and let me know how everything is over there. With love to all. Your brother, Sgt. Hugh B. Moorman, Co. K, 26th Infantry, A. E. F. from Joe The following letter Barr written from "Somewhere over there" Is of interest nnd shows the boys appreciate seeing a copy of their "home paper" every week; "Somewhere over here", U. S. S. Florida care P. M. New York City, June Oth. 1918. Editor The Central Record, WILSON. GILBERT CORPORAL Mr. George Wilson of this county- has just received notice that his son, Gilbert, hai been wounded In Frnncc, The message stating that he was se verely wounded on June 5th, in the throat, by the premature explosion of a hand grenade. He is now re ceiving every attention in a hospital and the message stated that he would be sent home jx soon, as he was able to travel. Gilbert together with his brother, Hume, were in the second Only a bunch that left this county. few days before he was wounded he wrote his mother the following letter which she has kindly consented for us to publish: "Somewhere In France. May 20, 1918 Mrs. O. M. Wilson, Dear Mother: Guess you hac gotten my card and letter saying that I had arrived safely in trance. I have been si long hearing from home. I receiv ed a letter today from home and one from all the other boys who arc away, lt takes a letter twenty-liv- e days to reach us. I am feeling fine, I havent been on the sick report I since I havo been in the service. am getting plenty to eat and the diet seems to agree with me. I sure was glad when we landed, I didn't like the sea very much. We had a few rough days and I was so sick. France is a beautiful place, the buildings are stone and very old. I will tell you all about my trip when I return. Our Company, (!th Infantry, was inspected by General Pershing this morning, and has quite a reputation. Hope you nre feeling well nnd all goes well at home. Write mc regularly, and don't wait for me to write. My address will not change while I am in France. Give all the children my love and remember me to others. Your loving son, (filbert. Corp. Gilbert Wilson, , Co. E, Oth Infantry, A. E. F, Had Had Experience. Charley win to have a lilrthilay and his grandmother nuked him what ho needed. "Oh, ilon'l site me wh.it I need." he pleaded. "I'll get that from mother anyway," mm OPTICIAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I NOW LET OS HAVE A PAHOIIRMLS-CAMPAIGN- . This is a day of campaigns, drucs, etc. Recently we have had Liberty Loan drives. Red Cross campaigns, W. S. S. rales, and so on. Having become accustomed to these cnlls upon our patriotism ami sense of personal obligations, the end of the lint half of the year should find us in a pretty good frame of mind for a campaign. There are still a good many business houses and professional men who extend credit for six months to approved customer. Some of those i.ccounU, for different reasons, may go over for twelve months. In all case the business man needs the money, and during thete times he needs it more than ever. One person may think,fnt his own Indebtedness is of small consequence, especially where theinjnount Involved is not Urge. But If a larn number of men or families think that way, the sum thus kept out of dr cutation becomes ery considerable. Another thing tp remember is that a dollar started out July 1, r January 1, on its Journey settles many account before It stops. The merchant cannot pay the jobber unless the customer pay the merchant. The Jobber cannot square himself with the wholesaler until the merchant settles with tie jobbvr. and so the process goes. Hundreds of business men who extend credit to customers nre com pelled to carry notes at the bank until pay-da- y arrive. Thia cost them money in the form of Interest and if they are unable to meet their obliga tions when their notes fall due their credit is injured. Hence let us be fair. Let us start nlorntnc oti our "rounds" end inaugurate a "JayrYour:Bills" campaign. We wilftfrefk betTer our-reivand ft will help to keep the wheels moving In all directions. Editorial V in Lexington Leader, July 1st. The food administration has issued an interesting statement Sometime ago, I was reading the Record, and saw some letters from some Garrard County boys, who are now in France. As I am from Gar rard, I wish you would put this letter in your good paper. It seems to me that some one from our county should represent our great Navy, which I have been serving for the past two years. LAJt NfcYember my ship whs Biiigned to foreign duty, where ve Viave been 1 am not allowed to say over since. very much about Naval affair or movements of ships, as the mall is nil censored before leaving the ship. Therefore I can't tell much of my Naval career, but we have seen some excitement since wc have been over here, lt is true we don't get as much liberty as we formerly did, but we don't expect as much white being in the war zone. Last montli I had tlx days leave and had tiio pleasure of visiting two capitol cities, and I was several other large cities. planning to go to Berlin, to see Kaiser Bill, but transportation Is bad over that way, only in the air, so I didn't go. You would be surprised to know how the women are working, doing men's work, in this country. The ery reduced the fracture and the girls sure do respect the American little patient is getting along very uniform, more so than they do in the states, and that Is enough to make a nicely. Pear Sir: RESOLUTIONS e prov. , Whereas God in his ldencc has seen fit to remove from i the membership of the Methodist , Episcopal Church, South, of Lancas ter, Ky., our deceased brother, G. A. Swiflebroad, Therefore bo it resolved: 1 That in his going away we havo lost a faithful member who by his presence at all the service of the church, by hi prayer, and by his other aid was a help nnd an Inspiration to the pastor and member. con2 That on account of hi stant attendance and knowledge of the lessons, he wa an inspiration to of the the teacher and members Men' Bible Class in the Sunday School, where he Is greatly missed. 3 That we commend hi faithfulness to the church and his loyalty to Christ to his family, friends, church members and all others. going uwny 4 That while hi leaves a vacant place here, wo rejoice that he has gone to hi reward, the reward of the faithful. 5 That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family; to the Central Record, his home paper; and to the Central Methodist, his church paper which he loved so well. F. D. Palmeter, Committee. FISKC0AjD Fisk arcmndciiithcrilihcdtrcad familiarly 'associated with Cord Tires and in the fa-ni- tire? No matter which of these tires you chooscyou cannot go wrong! They are big, sturdy, beautiful combining resiliency, speed, mileage, safety and comfort. '"si,"'"' HASELDLN BROTHERS, Lancaster, Ky. &3 The Central Record, Thursday, July 4, 1918. b Dr. THE Daine and Wood Mowers $65. Now. If Taken Sweep Rake, Pitless Scales Gossip About People A CrUf Second Hand Carriage, Trap and Buggy cheap, IT sold now. Oliver Riding Plows, $70.00 and $72.50. Your Account is Rendy and we arc prepared for a Rush Goinji J-- Mention of the Com!n$t and Thou Wt Alt !ntt ruled In. I'rof. I'. II. Hopkins Is in linens- - J. ter this week. Mrs. Joe Francis was n visitor in Stanford, Wednesday. Mrs. Anna llaitey hns been visiting Mrs. J. C. Robinson. R. MOUNT. & CO. The C Deal House. W. S. HATFIEIsD, j , 1 Mr. William J. Davis, of Danville, spent Saturday in Lancaster. Miss Virginia Conn has returned to her homo at Wilmore, Ky, Mr, John Herring of Danville was a visitor tn Lancaster, Sunday. .Mrs. Virgil Klnnnird left Friday for her home in Winneshoro, S. C. Dentist. IIIO.NLi. ,,,nc, 3W Ivonc.istcr, Master Gaylc Doty hns been visiting .Mrs. William Porter, nt Stanford. 1. Mr. Karl Broad. lus left Friday "for Camp Taylor, where he will he stntioned. Miss KnthernIInm niiracuve-gucs- i LET US is ms of Somerset, ox .tnss rios-li- Tribble. Mrs. George Harris of Atlanta, this week nnd Is the guest of Judge nnd Mrs. K. W, Harris, on Miss Lottie Carson, of Stanford, Maple avenue. is the guest of her cousin, Miss Allie Ynntis. Mrs. Sallic Ashley of Lexington, Hampton, of StanMr. Snm IfnscMrn nn.t inn. tlnn. and Miss Pearl ford were guests of Mrs. L. J. San-for- d can, nrc In Cincinnati, this week, on the past week. business. Mrs. Sam Haselden nnd son, J. It., Mrs. Clarence Withers of Lexingare spending several days In Nichol-nivlll- e ton, will be the guest of Mrs. Dora the guest of her parents, Mr Miller, next week. nnd Mrs Powell Duncnn. Miss Mattie Kstes spent Monday In Mrs. Maurice Ashley and son, Richmond nnd Kirksville, with relaMaurice Sanford, and Miss Isabella tives and friends. Sanfcrd spent Sunday with Mrs. 15. Misses Mayyme nnd Reba Smith I.. Grigsg on the Buckeye pike. arc nt home for n few weeks after Mr. and Mrs. Kd Scale, and son, school nt llerea for the past Jnmes Darwin, leave Sunday for year. Dayton, Ohio, to spend a week with Mr. John t.c Guuite of New Or- .Mr. Scale's brother, Mr. M. G. Scale. leans, will Join his wife Friday for n Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and little short visit to Mr. ami Mrs. Tom daughter, Dorothy, of Danville, are Wherrltt. the guests of Mrs. Fitzgerald's parDr. Dan Collier Klkin, of Atlanta, ents Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Wilkinson. oi rived Tuesday and is with his parMiss Beanie Gulley entertained ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Klkin, for Tuesday nt a twelve o'clock dinner n short stay. in honor of Miss Marguerite Wool-folk- ,' of Lexington, who is visiting Mr. W. C. Wherrltt nnd children. William anil Marie, of New Orleans, friends and relatives here. arc here for n visit to Mr. nnd Sirs. Messrs Courtney, Marvin, Hay Jr, Tom Whcrritt. and John Orrell, came in on the last Mrs. J. W. Aker has returned after morning train from Louisville n months visit with her parents, Mr. Tuesday and will spend the summer Mrs. Wil and Mrs. S. I). Carpenter of with their grand-motheliam A. Price. Prenchersville. Mrs. It. Iluckner Spindle ami attractive little daughter, Marjorie, ar med from their home in Norfolk, Mr. Sam Haselden mnde a business trip to Itchmond, Monday, FOOT DOCTOR who guarantees to remove all troubles of the feet without the use of a KNIFE. Consultation and advise free. Office, House. Simpson r nti h) Which? (handing the Jencler n H this Jnt rlenn nnd reguhiti' you? mid put In n new cr.vtul, will If I hail the price I'd buy a new one. Boy LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Mr. J. K. Robinson, of Danville, Mrs. 0. U. Terrill hns returned to spent Sunday, with his little friend her Wnif in Richland Vn., after Gayle Doty. spending some time with her parents, Miss Kiln Mne Bourne was the Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Adams. guest Sunday of Miss Anna Mulkey Misses Liccie and Ilessie Holtz of I'erryville. claw, of Lincoln county, were charm Dr. II. F. Walter of Mt. Vernon ing and nttractivc guests for Chau rpent several days the past week tauqua, of Mrs. Joe Bryant. with homcfolks. .Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Clark and Miss Stella Sanders of Louisville, beautiful little daughter, Glady is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stone, of Danville, spent Sunday A. F. Sanders. with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hamilton. Mrs. Ilelle Austin, of Lexington, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Smith, on Campbell street. Little Things In Majority. Really the nmt fortunate people In thin world nre thfist who can get luH Vn Monday, and will spend the of romfnrt out of everyday llltlii for we 11ml n good ninny more summer with her parents, Mr. and thing,things In llltle life than big one. Mrs. K. K. McRoberts. Must Be Housectesnlng. Jimmie HUton.who lor many Mnrjorle romp In with ome pussy years, has been the popular clerk for erle.l, J. K. Storines. resigned his position willow. "Oh, mamma." ! there recently ind hns accepted one "Jutkittle-- those cunning little nnilf hung out to air." ''" hae With the L am! N Railway Company ' Mon livening Transcript. with headquarters at Paris Ky. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield motored tp Kevito, Sunday, to see her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Wnlter. Little Miss Elsie and Master Ernest Hatfield returned home with thrm. after enjoying a visit to their grand parents, or several weeks. Miss Lillian K. Kstes has returned home, nfter a pleasant visit of two weeks to Mrs. Hnrvey M. Kstes and Mrs. W. A. Weber hns joined her Mrs. Harlan Muntz of Georgetown, husband Dr. Weber, for a weeks stay Mrs. G. M. Trendwny nnd .Miss at the Simpson House. Chastine Murker, of Paint Lick-Mr. Maurice Jennings, seaman, of spent last Wednesday with their si New York, hns been visiting hi ter, Mrs. Jas. G. Conn, near Lnn. coster. cousin, Mr. Tom Ilallard. I Classified Column RATES IS 1 X i $ BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. 1 iii w anted HAMS and BACON (!) (!) Miss Marguerite Woolfork of Lex. Misses Mary Arnold of Richmond ington. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, nnd Dorothy Susan Newland of John Ilourne and family. Stanford, have been the attractive little guests of their nunt, Mrs. I.ula Mrs. John llogic and children will Johnson. leave soon for a month's visit to Mr. Jasper Ilogio in Tuxna. Mrs. Joe K. Hobinson, Misses Joan Mount and Johnettn Farra, have re .Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph who was turned home after a week's stay in called to the bedside of her mother, Covington with Mrs. George A. Mc lnrt week, has returned home. Roberts. Mrs. J. W, Arnold, and son, Tom, Misses Dorothy Susan Newland of Itichmond, were the guests of Mrs. and Mary Arnold of Richmond, have I.ula Johnson, Monday night. returned home after spending the Miss Angle Kinnnlrd left Sunday Chautauqua week with .Miss Florence Johnson. (!) for Indianapolis where she will be governess for the summer months. Mis Xorma Montgomery I Burns 1 I and efficient of one of the popular operators at the loiol exchange, (!) Rirhmond, has been the guest of spent the week-en- d with her parents, Miim Carrie Miller, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomeryy, ot Mr. and Mrs. William Bradilia (!) Itryantsville. of Decatur, Illinois, are here visiting -Mr. and Mrs, A. C, Ilaird of Berea, Lancaster and Garrard relatives. and .Mrs John later and little dough. SELL FOR LESS. WE Miss Mary Noel of Danville is ter, Francis, of Luncnster, spent last spending a month with her sister, week with their brother, Andrew .Mrs. Jnmes Woods near Paint Lick. Croushorn, who is now at Camp Tay lor, and also their mother Mrs. S. F. Mr. Joe Hnselden, who lias been Croushorn. in Arkansas for some time is now with his brother, Mr. J. It. Haselden. Mr. and Mrs. Kd C. Gaines nnd son, C)aude Itlce, are spending a few Mr. Arthur Joseph of Somerset, days In Louisville, this week. Mr, .pent several dayys the past week Gaines doesn't think that Lancaster with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Jos- is large enough for him to celebrate eph. "the Fourth" in, hence his visit to Itev. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, of larger fields. North Middletown, motored here Mr. nud Mrs, Wesley Dickerson, l'riday, and nttended the Cliautnu- - Misses Pearl nnd Kntlc Barnes Dick. qua. erson, left Monday for Cleveland, 0 Mrs. Itnndolph Harris returned where they will purchase n Chandler Saturday from a weeks stay In Stan- touring car for Mr. J. K. Dickerson. ford with her mother, Mrs, Grin- - They will make n motor trip to .Niagara and other points Knit, stead. returning by Cincinnati, where they Mrs. Cleveland Kosc who has been will also visit. NAMED DIRECTOR. in the South for several months Isj ! .1......I.. Mr. if ... II,,,.,..., Mill!I U.lUKlllVi, visiting her brother, Mr. Kd Perkins At b meeting of the stock-holdellnrilrnl r.lltrna.1 4 in T ...:-..l- lt I Jill, of the National Bank last Saturday, .u and wife. .1 I'll UIJ Friday nfter a weeks stay with her Mr. (i. II, Swlnehroad, was elected Messrs John M. Farm, Tom Hal- - parents, jir. nnu airs. John .Miller. unanimously by the board as n dir points you want in good rake: lard ami Dr. J. S. Gilbert made a They were accompanied to Louisville ector, to succeed Mr. S. D, Cochran, and strong business trip to Lexington, Monday by Sirs. Fred Neighbors raku frame must who had deceased. afternwut. I been visiting her parents, Mr. and wheels must stand the solidly built. The selection of Mr. Swinebroad Is a wise one anil his influence nnd Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Bradshaw of, Mrs. John Bourne. meet in the field. The rako eionnl strains they-wi-ll ' Decatur, Illinois, are visiting her Miss Ettu Smith, or Hiattsville, advice will add materially to the suc must get nil the hay. The dumping arrangement must mother, Mm. Mary Jones, on Hasel hus accepted n position in New York cess of this splendid Institution. work easily and quickly and be liandled easily. The den Heights. City, as stenographer nnd left for rake teeth must be strong and resilient to work without KNITTING INSTRUCTIONS. Miss Mary Arnold who has been in that metropolis yesterday. She was breakage. Cincinnati and Orlando with her accompanied11. to New York by her Every one of these points is found on the Ueenng In this issue of the Record we are K. Armstrong, who has aunt, Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Arnpjd, arrived home. rake. Deering rake owners save trouble and temper. been visiting her sister, Mrs. Wil- printing full Instructions for knitMonday night. ting socks and sweaters for the Red liam Smith, for several days, Ask any one of them. Cross chapter. These instructions Mrs. John Shackelford and chil Made in sizes 6i feet to 12 feet. Buy a Deering Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Conn enter- nro very important and' we nsk dren, have returned bom. from after that self-dum- p get withit good rake service for rake and with tained at dinner last Tuesday, and all who read them and expect to help a week's stay near.-StanfFriday in honor of Mr. Conn's bro- in this noble and worthy work, years. Mrs. Jesse Fox. cut ther, Mr. Kd Lee Conn, of Camp Dix, out these instructions and preserve Mrs. Jennie Green ha returned N. J. Thott present were his broth- them for future references. from New York where she lias been ' ers, John A. and Thos. W. Conn, of for several months and Is now at the this place, Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Optimistic Thought. home of her mother, Mrs, )VHUm Conn, of Akroa, Ohio, and sister, Time ueer falls tu in lug every tx Miss Virginia Conn, of Wilmore. ilted reputation to strict strutlny. BryanfovJUe, Ky. Smith near Hiattsvllle. Phone 75, Little Miss Kvelyn Perkins, I Sander's Variety Store. 1 Single insertions lc a word a .The following from the Frankfort g No ad taken for less than 20c State Journal is of especial interest Jj in this column. No ads in this a! here, where the bride is so well ,3 column charged. known, having often visited the town Seven insertions for the J 3 with her father, Hon. Mat S. Cohen, the rresent Commissioner of Agri a price of five. " Phone orders must be paid i3 culture. i promptly. "The wedding of Miss Anne Ben. iki nett Cohen and Lieut. Carlyle Myers a was very quietly solemnized in Louisville yesterday afternoon at S man-e- l, FOR SALE Quarter-sawe- d o'clock at the Seelbach Hotel, with tile hearth and grate, Rev. J. J. Gravatt, Jr., rector of the S. A. .Walker. tf. Church of the Ascension, as the minister. There were no GOOD TEA.MS WANTED: to attendants and the bride wns given break and prepare 50 acres juzt after in marriage by her father, Mr. M. S. threshing. Henry Lloyd, Cohen, nnd besides Mrs. Cohen, the Lancaster, Phone "Ot, ceremony was witnessed by only a FOR SALK: White Navy Seed few friends, who Included Mr. and .Mrs. James L. Newman, and Mrs. Beans. Any quantity at J. L. Davis' meat shop. Jake White. Rodman h'cenon, of this city. The bride wore a charming gown It. pd. of beige Georgette with hat of some LOST: On Chautauqua grounds, shade, and her flowers consisted of small hand bag containing pair of sweet pens and lillies of the valley. glasses. Finder plcnse return to Following the ceremony, Mr. and this office. It Mrs. Cohen were hosts at a dinner nt tho hotel, lifter which, Lieut. Myers LOST: Black yearling jersey nnd his bride left for Hustonville, heifer, dehorned. Reward for finwhere they will be with relatives of ding her. A. D.'Lee, the bridegroom for a few days. They It. Lancaster, Ky, R. R. 2. will visit Louisville relatives also, beLOST: In Lancaster Wednesday, fore leaving for Camp Gordon, Atlanta, where Lieut. Myers now is June 26, small tan and white shepherd dog with bod tail. Reward stationed. Marrs Swinebroad. Lieut. Myers is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, and of the A ring on the ChauFOUND: officers' training camp conducted in tauqua grounds. Owner can have tho spring nt Camp Znchnry Taylor. same by describing ring and paying-foMr. Myers is the daughter of Stata this adv. Call at this office. Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S, WANTED: About twenty hend Cohen nnd has been u popular mem C. W. Sanders, ber of the younger society set during of stock to graze. Phone 395-1- 1 ncr residence here. Judson, Ky. Lieut. Myers is n Lincoln county boy, a son of Jadgw W. M, Myers, of FOR SALE: High Grade Black Hustonville, and is a splendid young Angus yearling bull. Price $100. man," K, C. McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. 20-3t, Route 2. WHEAT WANTED: I am In the market to buy your wheat for J. W, Zaring and Co. .Will give the best price nnd furnish nil tacks. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. LOST: Ladies gold watch, be. tween J. S. Skinners store and Lai- caster. Dates engraved in back of case, Dec. 25th, "J5, and Oct. 21st. Vu, Liberal reward. lt-pHenry Moose, Jr. STRAYKD: away lrom my place on the Carterville pike, nbout Juno 1st, a Red Heifer calf, short horn, weight about 500 pounds. Liberal reward for Information leading to Its recovery. Will Marshbunks. Why Deering Rakes Are Popular HERE arc a be The 1 CITY TAXES DUE. j ( ( ' Becker & Ballard. All city taxes and water rent is now due and must bo paid before tho penalty is added. The city needs ho money and must have It. t E. Herron, Tax Collector. I sH .'trust'- - l 'fl Ll 1 ' J, raaiS The Central Record, Thursday, July 4 1918. SYNOPSIS. After nlioiit twenty minute' watt we tiy the news ef Ilia went out ngnln nntl discovered that CltAPTKIt sinking of the Uislianfa by a Herman I he German had n wiring party .IrthurMuy Empey, nn Amcrl- , ... . e returned Jersey air cn. lam his office In III enlists In anJ ln? " ,i.i linrluil goes to Knalaml where Ihg to imr trenches unobserved with Hie ""'1 ur machine gun CliMKn' i:-wrloJ of train-- 1 nmpey volunteers for Immediate serv. mediately got busy. Ice and soon . nnds hUns-- lf In ml bilfus The next nlcht fiiur men n sent w "nmawhiM In lirari " jf as rat" ha nril makes the acquaintance of thartr - prce - , out tci bo iiict nml examine the (ler- nt "cooties." .man Imiheil wire and nee If they had alten.te his nrat CHAPTEn IH-i:t'hurrh services at Ilia front while a tier- - I man rosker circles over the congregation. CHAPTnil IV Kmpey command goes Ir.tit the front.llne trenchea end la under lire for the nrst time. CHAPTEn V rmper learns tn adopt the motto of the Hrilsh Tommy, "If yon are irntns; to set It, you'll get It, ao never t worry." Hm. In rest CIIAPTKn YI-Il- ark ry gets his flrat experience billets. mesa as a . '';"" orderly. learns how the CHAPTrn Ilrltlih aoMlers are fed. In the front-Un- a CHAPTEn Vlll-na- ck trench. Empey sees his first friend of the trenchea "go West." rey makes his first t'HAPTEtl visit to a dugout In "dulcMe Ditch." learns what CHAPTEn a "day's work' In the front.llne trench. oer eoes "over the rilAPTEn top" for the first time In a charge on the Herman crencnea ana is wuunueu ur m bayonet thrust. .7 I.I1AIIUH .V.. r.nevjr Jul". clde club" as the bombing squad Is called. CHAPTEn XIII Each Tommy gets an official bath. Iie'pa dig an CHAPTER XIV-Em- pey advanced trench under German are. "listening post" In CHAPTEn XV-- On No Man's Land. one over" on Old Pepper, their regimental commander. i . CHAPTEn XVI-T- wo artillerymen "put I has narrow esCHAPTEn XVIt-Emcape while on patrol duty In No Man's Land. In rest billets CHAPTER XVIH-Ba- ck Empey wrl'ea and stagea a farce comedy. have many CHAPTEn XlX-Sold- iera waya to amuse themselves while "on their own." CHAPTEn XX Empey volunteers for machine egun service and goes back Into trenchea. the front-linagain goes CHAPTEn XXI-Em"over the top" In a charge which cost his company 17 killed and 31 wounded. XXII Trick with a machine A Hidden Gun. gun alienees one uomersome rriia. CHAlTEi; .Alll-utr- mn aiiacs, cut lanes through It : If so. thU pre hv ma nave, is reDulsed. Is forced to nged an early morning attack on our CHAPTEK XXIV-Em- pey a .iiviiiuTi irenuies. laae pari in an rwtmwii of ih nnne sauad. prepare for ' Of course I had to he one of Ihe four CHAPTEn XXV-nrtt- lsh battle of the faomme. the Ulg rush-t- he selected for the Joh. It wns Just tike a trench raid, .eniltriir a fellow to the undertnker'8 CHAPTEn XX'I-I- n preceding the Utg Push. Empey Is des- In to order his own collln. perately wounded and Ilea unconscious Ko Man'a Ijind for 3 hours At ten o'clock we started out, armed Em'pey i3UJ5Sl5S hayonet and re- three lion.hs. - inner, ur artyphyaicauy unni icr luriner .iier geiung lino .m .vian s Ice, Ijiml we separatiil. Crawling four or five feet ut a time, ducking star shells, Ut. cracking overhead, I with stray reached their wire. I scouted along this Inch hy Inch, scarcely hreathlng. I could hear them talking In their trench, my heart was jKiumllng ugalnst my rlhs. One false move or the least By An Amerlcin Soldier noise from me meant discovery nnd Who Went almost certain death. After covering my sector I quietly ARTHUR GUY ENPEY crawled hack. I had gotten about half Mtchlm Conner Stielng In Fiane way when I noticed that my revolver was mUslng. It was pitch dark. I per) (Ooerrtt at. 11T, by Antat Qay turned uhout to see If I could find It; Continued from last week. It couldn't he fur nwuy. because about three or four minutes proluusly I had felt the butt In the holster. I crawled around In circles and ut last found It. then started on my way back to our trenches, an I thought. Pretty soon I reached barbed wire, and was Just going to give the pass word when something told me not to. I put out my bund and touched one of the barbed wire stakes. It was Iron. D. The IlrllUh ure of wood, while the Centum nre Iron. My heart stopped healing; hy mistake I had crawled back to Hie tjenuuu lines. I turned slowly about and my tunic Office at Ralney'a Livery Stable. caught ou tliu wire and made u loud Kentucky ripping noise.' I.ancaster. InrS'hoa" "Over the Top" .m, imnll.v wait until ttie morning I1ieinelea "The Towr Ilell," nnd . for further ileintl. put on n al.elch entitled, "Jlllchty After parade, Ihe next nftcrnocn I What Ilopei-Thoy who tliu wns nlmot mobbed. Everyone In the eonoert purty. section wanted n part In the proposed We liopid they nil would lia roou ketch. When I Informed them Unit It In ItllKlny to eite li n linuro. would ink i lit lcnt ten da) of Imnl 'I liU compiiny iluircnl nn ndmlaxlon work to write the plot, they were lilt of it frniK' per heiiil, and yint nlKhl 1(.rj. dlsnpMiluted. I Immediately cot our cimipntiy went en luas'e to in,,.. """" " ,K "' M,niii , ... their ierf irmntioe. It really una Km d In the (urner of the litllt't, and put tip I had n alnking feuallou when I ii sign Wallace Thenlrtral thought of running my ke'h In oi-. m Oo." Almut twenty of the iuh-iipos.llo;i to It. upim rendltie thU kIcii, tmuirllnni In one of their ccne they lind applied for the Miltlon of ollloe dor nouhretle railed l'lop. The noldler I mwpteil the twenty nl'.llcniiti, nml I hut look UtH imrt wn clever and sen I llu'in on pcniitlnic tmrlteK tlirimuli made u line appearing und chle Klrl out the deserted French lnp. Thee! v Imnuilliid ly fell In love mill her , pnrllfs were to xenrch nil the nttlc for UI,ttl two tlnyn nfter. whllo wv were uiniiiiu'ii eiviiuin clonic, iinn tiny on n mnrrli. w. paed l'lole ultll lliliii Unit we timid uo In the prop her" ulifiii rolleil up unil the sweat of our pnpoI conipnny, pouring from "her" face unloading ( Aliout live that night they relumed hello from n motor lorry. covered wllh grlnip nnd ilitat, hut loud Ai our section paed lier I yvllnl el !on Willi, u mliri'lliineoil" iiskoiI-inen- l out: "Hello. ole; llllghty What of everything under the nun. Hope'" tier reply made our love die They must have thought Hint 1 wa out Inolaully. going to Mart n department store, 1" "All. go to h Jiulnlng from the different Ihlngt they ThU hroiight quite n laugh from the hrought luick from their pillage. ninrchlug roluuiu directed nt me, nnd I fler eight days' cou.tant writing 1 ,tnntly mmle up my mind that our comp-etiin two-ac- t farce comedy sketch should Inimi'dhitely run In oc l wh'th I called "The Diamond I'nlnce HMltlon to "Itllghty What lloin-i- r tfMin the suggestion of one Salisin.' When we returned to our lilllet from of Ihe hoy In the section I send a proof the inarth. Curley Wulluci-- , my the program to n printing hourctu atrical partner, enme running over of the linilon. Then I assigned Ihe different me and snld he Infd found n swanky parts nnd started rehearflng. David place In which to produce our show, Itelasco would havp thrown up hi After tnlilug off my equipment, and hand In despair at the material which liy Ihe rest of the section, I t had to use. Just Imagine trjlng to followed went over to thehullillng he had picked (each ti Tommy, with n strong cockney n innnoroiK hum wiih u out. It ncoenl, to Impersonate n ltowery tough platform "titone end which would make ut or n Southern nn lileul stage. The section got rlgnt Adjacent to our hlllet wns an open on the Joh. mid hefore Might had Hint Held. We got liusy nt one end of It and pliirr rigged out In iipple-pl- e order. contructil n stage. We secured the rt,.. ,.. .lot-- una stimtliir nml nfler .ueiui.ii-iiiii-iiinorr j.t uie suite o, ,re put all our time oil ril,lrc, no old wooden shack In the rear of a dress lmra,. rehearul. and It went tine. ' our hlllet. I ninth' four or live large signs nn The first seeiie was stipisiscil to re-- : lug that our mmpniiy would open . n street on Ihe liowery In New nouni up that evening nt the King (Jeorge Ihe I York scene of the second I'lflh theater, on the corner of Allium while the net was the Interior of the Diamond street and Snndhng lerrace. Ccnei.it I'atuiv Mihsin, alvi on the ltowery. franc, l'lrst admission wns one-hal- f In the pin- - I took the part of Ale ten rows In orchestra one franc, nr.d Switch, ii fanner, who had come from hoxes two francs. ty this lime our I'umpUmllle Center, Tenn, to make printed program had returned fr his first vL.lt to New York. London, and I further niiuonined that In the llrt siene Ahe Switch ineett. ' the night of the tlrst erforitiaine the proprietor of the Diamond I'ulno i program would oe gitcu free o sahsin, n rauislutckle iiffalr whfrh to charge to men holding tickets costing n the owner win :i llnanclal loss. franc or over. j The proprietor's We had an orchestra rt seven men mime was Ton. Twlsteiu. his hartcmhiT being nnmeil and sewn different Instrument. Till Kllle.n Up. tills they orchestra was excellent, I After meeting Ahe, Tom nnd rllliin were not playing. Up him to buy Ihe place The perforihanie was scheduled to ' praising It to the skle und telling start at it p. in. wondrous tales of the money tuken At r:l.r there wn n mob In fiont of over the bar. our one entrance nnd It looked like a While they nre tnlking, nn old big night. We hud two lsaes each Ikey Cohenstciu comes along, four people, and these and Abe engages him for cashier. After we Immediately sold out. Then n engaging Ikey they meet nn old brilliant Idea came to Ikey Coheiisti ln. Southern negro culled Sambo, and Why not ue ihe rnflers overhead, call upon the suggestion of Ikey he Is en- them boxes, und charge two franca for gaged as porter. Then the three of a sent on them? The only diltlrulty on the left, nnd then the lnihnlc!cr turned loose; hut outside of this little flisco the iM'rforinnnce wa n huge sue-r- e, nnd we decided to fun It for n week. New troop were conlnntly coming through, and for alx prrformnnrcs we hud the "S. II. O." sign uondeil out- - iil. CHAPTER XIX. CARDS. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. .J. A. Beazlev DIRECTOR j FUNERAL i i I ' Ofllce Over National Hank. Itesidcnce t'hone 3. Ofllce Phone 27 LAN'CASTKH, KY. j M. S'.aued Under Fire, inreo uu)M uner ine Ilic dent lust re- fiom rContlickv.' I'"1 "ur company was lelk-veLick. i ihe frout Hue and curried. We slujccl In reserve billets for about two weeks when we received the welcome Hewn Ihut our division would go back of the line "to rest billets." We would re--1 uiulu In these billets for nt least two VETERINARIAN. mouths, tills lu order to be leslored to our full strength hy drafts of recruits Cal!s Answered Promptly Day oi finiii llllghly. NUM. Phone 317. liver voile was happy und contented KENTUCKY. ut '"sc tiding; all you could hynr LAf' Av.StB, urounu the bluets was wnisiiiug unil . singing. The cluy utter the receipt of the order wo hiked for five days, making uu uvernge uf about twelve kilos per clay until we urrlved ut the fctuull , town of O' Fine Cut Flowers. It took u uhout three days to get kettled, und from then on our cushy lime started. We would purude from John M. 8:13 In the morning until IS noon. Then except for an occasional billet or brigade guard wc wero on our own. W-- . 1'or the first four or Uvo afternoons I A. WHEELER spent my time In bringing up to date my neglected correspondence. DENTIST I Tommy loves to be amused, nnd be- -' . . KKNTUCKY. Ing u Yunk, they turned to me for LANCSTKIt, something uew In this line. I taught Office over Slonnes Drug Store. them how to pitch horseshoes, and this game made u great bit for about ten a.m. 1- -1 p.m. 7:30--3 p.m. Hours 8-days. Then Tommy turned to America, tor n new dhersloa. I was up In BOOKKEEPING tha sir until a happy thought came to' BalMaa,PlMSMraaiy me. Vi'hj not write a sketch and break TYPEWRITING tad Tommy In as an actor) TELEGRAPHY One evening after "lights out," when WLWEtSCflUK you are not supiiosed to talk, I ImpartmJT afel1 hu VUH at MMflllM Im MftBtfll ed taj scheme In whispers to the section. They eagerly uccepted the Idea pf forming u stock company unit J. PATRICK, Dentist. , A sharp challenge rung out. I sprung to my feet, ducking low, and run mudly back toward our lines. The Ceruiaus Blurted llrlng. The bullets were biting all around ine, when bung I I ran smash lulu our wire, und u sharp challenge, '"Alt, who comes there?" rung out. I gusiied out the password, und, groping my way through the lane iu the wire, tearing my hands and uniform, I tumbled lulu our trench ami was safe, but I was u nennus wreck for uu hour, until u drink of rum brought me round. C'l Kat SL 'M ?teuc imfoR'wiTOmJ Preparing them. an .viie , , I I the "Chow." CHAPTER XVlll. lu nnn, 'live to take i.nw were Hie men to reoch Ihr-- e ... .......... " h.ues, but to Ikey tins was II mere lie- , uai jusi I'nu. ju,wj ior. tcvur- - ,aii po- -- Paint Dr. Pmm Walker ccond net the curuln rl.e iu'erior of Ihe I it i :... I I'al.ue "'i Mloou, und the inn lence fc'ls Its tlrst Huh Is. The mhsm looks liken pig. l)lng drunk on the 1' "". two Ira n" "'", fcr.il the ImrtenJer In n dirty shirt wllh his sleeies rolled up, uilt-cwith hi head on tho bar. Enter Abe, riambo nnd Ikey. nnd the fun commences. One of the characters In the second net was mimed llroadnay Kale, mid I ...... ..... .....r... ..... .. . I. I . . V ' Honaker WOlllllll. l' . " . " McRoberts. closo of the play comes Into the saloon nnd wrecks It with his levolier. r .....s ;"- -"" before I bought advisable to pre-- , M'lit the skel. li o the public. The whole i igade wns crary lo wltnes the hrt performance. Tills was sihedided for Friday night and everyono was full of untie pntlon; when bangl orders came through that Ihe brigade would move ut Cursing und two that afternoon. blinding was the order of things upon the receipt of this order, but wu moved. That night wc reached Ihe little vilui.ci tigalii went Into rest lage of 8 We were to be there two billets. weeks. Our company Immediately got busy and scoured the village for n suitable place In which to present our production. 'Iheu we received another shock, A rival company wr. already establ'he culled lished la Ihe village, ...i'l.llT ...II. IICl. I llUK .IIUI.I. IK., .11. Arizona rowtHiy, who Just before the He got long ropes nnd tied one end aroui.d each rafter and then tied II lot of knots In the ropes. These ropis would take the place of stairways. We figured out that the rafter would seat about forty men mid sold I hat number of tickets iiccurdlugly. When the tlcketliolders for the boxe " "."I"' use the nl Informed 'Y'l they 7 t stairway, there was a howl of lni!i;n;. Hon, bill we had their money und told them that if they did not like It lliey . manageinent later I''"d write and their money would be refunded; ,., , , . not be allowed to witness the perform- nnce that nlfcht. After it llllle grousing they lien plcl I Ihe slluutlon wllh the promise that If , ,.,.rU,lll)y ih(, hUm WUH r(1,t(.n ,,,, , knmv nbout ,,urlu le rerformance. I 3 Everything went lovely mid It I :onHiu success, until Alkali Ik- n,,. w,.0 wli his ,e..-..t loutla with blank cartridges, l- - h mi , g ,,,, ,,, m, ,)ar ilHf .bottles. Alkali Ike was upp.necl t.. start on the left of this line nnd break six of the bottles hy firing nt them with Ids revolver, llchlnd these bottles u piece of minted cuuvus was uhimU to represent the back of the bar, nt each aliot from Alkali's pistol a luuu behind tho scenes would hit one of Hi" tool bottles with Ids entrenching hnndle nnd smash It, to give the impression that Alkull was a good shot. Alkali Ike started lu und ulmed ut the right of the line of bottles Instead of the left, and the jsior boob behind the scenes sturted breaking the bottles ,.. .,.,,. ,., On HI Own. Of course Tommy rnnnnt always be producing phi) under tire Uut while In rest billet he ha iiumerou other wn of nmuslni, himself, lie Is u great gambler, but never pln for , large stakes. Cetiernlly, In ench yon will find n regular Cnuflelil. This mnn hanks nearly nil the game of chance and I nil undisputed nnllinr- lly on the rule of gnmhllug. When ever there Is an nrgiiment mining the Tommies nlioiit sme unccftnlti pnlnl ii to uhclher Houghton I entitled to Watkln' slxH'ucc, the inalter I taken to the recognized aulhorlty nnd hi de rision is final. The two most popular game nre " row n und Anchor" nnd "llouc The paraphernalia uei In "Crown nnd Aiichor" consists of u piece of can-v- a two feel by three feel. Till I dlt hied Into six espial sipine. lu these sipinre are p.ilutcd a eluh, dlnmoiul, heart, spnde. crown, nnd tin nmhor. one devlcv to a square. There lire Ihnv dice used, ench dice lilnlknl the same us the ennuis. The banker sets up hi gambling outfit lu the corner ol a billet und slnrts l.ntly turning tiuill a riowd of'Toinmle gathers around ; then the game starts. The Tommies place bet on the sipinres, the crown or anchor being plnjeil the most. The banker then OF rolls his three dice nml collect or pu- - CONVERSION LIIIERTY out as Ihe ruse may be. If you pin BONDS. the crown und one show up on the Liberty bonds of the first and sec lice, you get evrn money, If two show up, oti rei'c he two to one. mid If three. ond issues and those obtained by three to one. If the crown doc nol up converting bonds of the first Issue pear and ou hate bet on It, yuu lose, into I per cent bonds can be convertand so on. The for the ed into 4 2 per cent Liberty bonds banker Is largo If eiery suunre Is lnod, but If the crowd Is partial to. during the six months' period beginsay two souares, he has to trust to ning May y and ending November W. 1 018. The new bonds will be dated luck. The banker generally win. The game of "House" I very isipuhir May !, 1918. After November ti, I 111 8, no fur also. It takes two men to run It. Thl game consists of numerous sipure of ther rights of conversion will attach rnrdlsiiird containing three rows of to the 4 per cent bonds, either (he numbers. Hie numbers to n row. The original bonds of the second loan or numbers run from one to ninety. 1 jiih thoe obtained by conversion of run! has u different combination. bonds of the first lean. All of the The I'mirh "etnmlneta" In Ihe vil I 1 epr cent bonds nre nonconvert- lage are osn from eleven In the morning uiitll'iiiie lu the nflermsin In ne- - ible. Honda for conversion may be sur- corduuev with army order. After dinner the Tommies congre rcnurrru ai any redernl reserve gate ut these places to drink Trench bank or at the Treasury Department. lieer at u n glass nml play Ilegistcrx-bonds mut be assigned "House." to the Secretary of the Treasury for As soon us the estamluet Is sulll. conversion, but such assignment rlenlly clondcsl the profirletora of the "House" game get busy nml, ns the) need not be witnessed. On conversion of registered bonds term It, "form a sclnsil." This consists of going iirouud and selling cards nt registered bonds only will be delivfranc each. If they have ten in Ihe ered, neither change of ownership acliool, Ihe backers of the game de permitted. duct inn francs for their troulde und Ccupon bonds, however, may be the winner get eight franca. cinverteil into registered bonds upThen the gnme starts. Ilich bu)er on request. Coupon bonds must places hi card before him on the have the .May IS or June 15, 1918. tlrst brruklng up mutches Into If- coupons detached and all subsequent teen lilece. auncned. coupon bonds One of the backers of ihe en. Im. coupons III small cloth bog lu which are iilnctv lued from conversion will have four interest coupons attached, curdboaril squares, each with u iium-'unl- y her printed thereon, from one to nine ' nnd later must be exchanged for newly. He rups on the table und cries ' bonds with the full number of coup-o; "Eyes down, my lucky lads." ons attached. All noise censes and every one Is at-- 1 trillion. ' . " The croupier places Id. hand In the . f bag and draws forth u numbered , ""!Ua ' ""V -- ' s,oeV ol .mikes, three- ct. n souur. nml .....ii.imI. The l.lg 1 them lenomous r TI .,..i '" un ui... mi I risk sin.:-e- s are harm- I with particular number uu It. p)thnns unci.me that j ii- hut .rutcl. from the trollThe ies j mers the npiare with u match. wui.liwiir'l b. iLiugeroii urletle I one who on its the II ft ecu number on iiicreuse in nuiulu'i an i u rnsmanln Ids curd tlr-- t shout "House," The ill are venomous, though only five nre other hacker Immediately comes over to Iimii mid verities the card hy culling really deadly. out the iiLinhcrs theriim to the man with the lug. As each number I ,al!cd l.y picks It out of the one "Klght." , plckisl from the bug nnd , i i. i... ....:... if correet pay the lucky gentleman, und sell him il card for the next school," The lucky gentleman" generally hu3 one unless he ha u miser trace lu hi veins. Here U n me jage to Then number collection Is made, a eufferlns v.pmeu, from school formed, and they curry on with llrs. W. T, Price, of Public. Ky.: "I sufIhe gnme. fered with painful...", many nickname The tho writes. ' I not down for the nuuiberH"siich us "Kelly's 1 1)!'" with n weakness In my for one, "Leg's Kiev en" for t lei en, bsrlc nral limbs...! "(Ticket click" for sixty-six- , or "Tup ' felt helpless nnd of the liuu-e- " iiieiiulng ninety. had nbotlt given up ' iK.s of ever The game Is honest and quite cm being wtU c nln. whin Joyuhle. Noiucllmes )ou hull1 fourteen a friend touted I numbers mi )our card coicred und you ure walling for the llfteiutli to be f 1 alio culled. In lin Imploring lolcv ou lull j out, "('111110 oil, Wul kins, cliuni, I'm ' swcutlng 011 'Kelly's Eye.'" Wull.liu generally replies, "Well,' keep out of u druft, )ou'll culch cold." A mil her ;jmo Is "Pouloon," plu)ed Willi caul; It Is the same us our "Uljck Jink," or "Twenty-one.- " i Tha Women's Tc-rJA curd game called "Itrag" Is also popular, t'rliig u cusliio deck, the I began Cardut. In dealer deals ench player three cunlJ, a short whllo I ciw a. It Is similar to our poker, except for marked clILareno... the fact tliut ou only use three cards I nrcvr stronrcr rl-!- it and cuunot ill 11 w. The deck Is never along, and It cured xne. shuttled until n mau shuns three of u I nm (.".outer than I kind or 11 "prlle" as It Is culled. The havo been In years." value of the hands ure, high curd, u If you suffer, you can npproclnto what It pair, u run, u (lush or three of n klud means to bo strong nnd or "prlle." Tho limit Is generally a well. Thousands of wopenny, tn It Is hard to win a fortune. men civs Cardut tha The next ill opularlty Is u curd credit for their rood gutne culled "Nup." It Is well mimed. health. It should hcln Every time I played It I went to sleep. TOO. Trr CarduL At all druggists, Whist und solo whist ure played by E.71 the highbrows, of the company, YV'heu the gutnblers lira of all other guae they try "Hanker tad Broker." TAXATION NECESSARY. Secretary McAdoo's position relative to taxation for the rominn; year wn frankly nml positively Hated In his letter to Mnjority Lender Kltchin of the Houic of P.epretentntircs. He wrote in rart: "We ran not nlfonl to rely upon $1,000,000,000 only for taxation, became we shall then linvt to rely on miring ?;0,000,000,000 by Isbim. This would he n surrender to the policy of rates nml Inlln-ttlcwith nil their evil consequences. "If wc nre to preserve the nuan-ristrength of the Nation we must do aoun'l anil safe things, no matter whether the hurt our pockets or involve rnctlficci sacrifices of n rela,-tivcl- y insignificant sort compared with those cur soldiers nml sailors arc making to save the life of the Nation. "The Hound thing to do unquestionably is to increase taxation, nnd the increases should he determined upon promptly nml rnnde effectiie nt the earliest possible moment." The SccrrtnryV recommendations hrielly nre that one-thir(estimated at J8.000.000.000) of the cash expenditures to be made during the fiscal year ending June 30, !!y, be provided for by taxation, a reul s' tax nt n high rate upon nil profits, a substantial Increase in war the nmount of normal income tax up-o- n nil unearned Incomes and heavy taxation upon all luxuries. INCREASED ... n. 3 Mi 111! The Central Racorcl, Thursday, July 4, 191 8. Weekly War News Digest LANCASTER HAN AUCTION SALE OF Stories of Activities nd Condlt torn Throughout the United StatrH and on the Rattle Front frcm Washington, D. C Choice Farming Lands on On at Wednesday, July s.-i- 1s l 10 o'clock A. M on the fiirm, we will at l'ulilic Outcry to the hiKhust anil host bidder the farming lands constat inK in about 20It acres, situated on the Hnnville and Stanford pike close to the i.oylc and Lincoln County line, about I miles from Danville, county seat of Jioyle county, 5 miles from Stanford, county cent of Lincoln County, about l from Junction City, junction of the C. N. O. and T. I'. and the I,, and N. railways, and known as the I.oiran farm. Will be olfered fir.nt in two trnctx. both to front on paid pike and then as a 'whole, and the bid realizing the mwt to 1h accepted. This land ia nicely improved, well watered, highly productive, all tillable, and having two tenant houses and and large tobacco and stock barn. There is no better purchnne to be found in Central Kentucky either from the standpoint of iiuality of Mil, convenience or desirability of location for a home, accessibility to market, or yield per acre in crops. Well watered and thoroughly adapted to live Mock. N'o wasteland. Ownership is in itself a guarantee of both income and profit. Sale Will Be For 1- -3 Gash balance deferred ph meats equal amount due in two anil three yearn with (J per reit interest, from date of fale, notes with lien retained in deed on land as security. (rowing crops for 19 IS reserved from sale; posseision Jnnuary 1st, 1019, with seeding privileges to purchaser this fall. course. vault. "And if this doesn't suit, you can New Regulations Provide for Importation of Mexican Labor. bump nlong into 49,324 pounds of potatoes, 7,100 pounds of ham and To assist in eeting the present bacon, 7,800 pounds of butter, 0,200 shortage in un- - .illeJ labor restrictpcunds of sugnr, and 01,500 pounds ions ! ave bucn temporarily removed of flour. on the impcrlntiun of Mexiinn labor "If you can't get a meal out of to be used in certain occupations. this you can stil! fall back on 4,000 This step supplement the order by pounds of sausage, 3,100 pounds of which tho Department of Labor has sauerkraut, 211,000 pounds of apples, an ringed to bring I'orto Iticnn lab10,800 pounds of oranges, and 4,200 orer! into this muntry for work on pounds cf onions. And this leave i1 vcrnment contracts, it is estiout 1,1)00 pounds of jam and 0,400 mated that 7.1,000 islanders can be pounts of limn and navy beans." brought in while transportation is Mcncy Merchandise a' a 'abk. Inftead of i on the subject of Should be Sent to Soldi?re. Mexican labor contain rigid provis-c- . The originel order t at the imiu prevent any attempt prove! of a regimental or h'phcr cn the part of prospective commander was neceEiary before employers. Wage rates current for packages might be sent to members :nii!ur labor in the localities in of the expeditionary forces has. been which the admitted nlien is to be emmodified so officers with the rank of ployed are assured, ns well as good major nn.l higher, may approve ship- hom!ng and canitation conditions. The approval of n compnn ments. Applications for permission to imcommander is not sufficient. port Mexican labor under the The question the shipment i uttxx-pliita'.'o- n -- Stores Needed to Teed Men on Transports. An Account ot now so..ers are fcil at sea is given In the daily newspaper published on the transport: 210,000 "Outside of providing meals at sen, the mcs officer of the ship has very little to do, Very little. "He is cnllel upon to provide, by the legulations, 180 dilferent varieties ol food. That's all. Ever try to order 180 different things to eat? Vet this is the authentic list. "The fooil needed to feed several thousand men nt sea ranges beyond You get the the glutton's dreams. answer in the ship down below the water line, where 7,290 loaves of bread have been baked in one day, and where you stumble over every variety, from l!0,000 pounds of beef to 132,000 eggs, or n compartment of brick Ice cream in a Immense LOSES HOPE. "For ten years rulfered severely from stomach trouble. The doctors said I had cancer of the stomach nr,ny of more than 5,000,000 men and nothing would do but nn operainn njw be met by the present force tion. I took my last round of Mayr's nf the Dental Corps of the United Wonderful Remedy 2 yeaM ago. Examinations have Since then I sleep well, eat what 1 Ptt.t' Army. been closed nnd no further addition' want nnd feel fine." It is n simple, w.ll he made to the corps for some hnrmlcfs pre nration that removes) time. The number of dental officers: the catarrhal mucus from the Inteshas cipandod since Viar van ihviiir-e- tinal tract and allays the inflammafrom 58 to 5,810. Commissi ns tion which muses practically nil were olfered to 5,4(57 dcntlsti in all stomach, liver nnd intestinal ailparts of the country, and nil but 271 ments, Including nppondicitis. One 1 d were accepted. The average number of tooth fillings In the Army ranges from 225,-00- 0 to 230,000 a month. Special dental Infirmaries have been established In the camps and cantonments, to which newly inducted soldiers are dose will convince or money refunded. It. E. McISOHERTS. druggist. Activities, contain coupons good for admission to all attractions in camp theaters. Railroad Administration box-ca- Makes Pro- sent for examination shortly after vision for Wheat Handling. r arrival In the camps. The situation is better nt A school for dental Instruction has present than it has been nt any time been established, where 85 officers during the last three years, according ore aligned each month to take the to advice received by the department of Aricnlturc On .May 1 from the Railroad Admlnist.i'ii.n. box cars began tc move g into wheat territory, and roads are expected to have on their lines more than the normal amount of cars owned by them. Cars are being parked in territory, which was impossible last year. The Railroad Administration will continue to move cars into wheat districts as long as there ii any indication thnt additional cars will be wheat-loadin- g nci'sd. Wcmen stenographer and typists til 2 now being enrolled in the Nnvnl K? crve as yeemen. 3.00C women aro nt work in ' l)i:r prHuctio.jras-de- f of gas masks at Long Is'.mJ CAROLINE LOGAN DUNN, WALTER S. DUNN. Farm shown or information furnished on application to Walter S. Dunn, Auctioneer CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. l'lione 75. of of to Franco first came to the attention of the War Department when the commanding general of the cxpeditionar force.-- ; cabled that congestion of fti' h articles had reached such u point that French railroads v.ero n liable it handle the load. A hoard appointed by the Secretary of War and the I'ostmaster General examined 5,000 sacks of parcel post mail, and found that the articles being sent not only, in the main, were parcels W. Funeral OMlce HlONEY Director and 18 Emhalmer. Kentucky. Phono Residence l'hone!3.'). Lancaster, PRICE SAVE 25 OAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year and per cent or more. Belie vex us. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. J absolutely unnecessary, but undesirable. The investigation showed that the amount of such mail had 'THE AMERICAN WORKING MEN reached a total of 500,300 pounds n week, and was steadily increasing. AND THE WAR. Relatives and friends, according Army llehind our lluhtlnir in to a recent statement by the War De- France is our great 'industrial unity partment, will find they often can do horc ut home. Every worker, eveiy j a greater service" to soldiers by sendwage earner, lin a treat opportunity ing them money for the purchase of to perform n national service, lie articles in France than by forwardran speed up his production of ma- ing the articles. Tobacco is now beterial, he ran economize in consump- ing supplied as part of the Army ra tion, ami lessen the drain on our tions, nnd merchandise of nearly all leaving the more for uur kinds may now be purchased in ' Army and our allies, and with the re- -' France through the hugh general sultan t sating by, purchasing Liberty store established by the QuartermasDonds and War Savings Stamps he ter Corps ot lower prices than chargcan help finance his country at war. ed by retailers here. I And the working-me- n of America are doing their duty are, as Presi- Army Medical Department Declares War on Files and Mosquitoes. dent Wilson rnys, hearing their share I of the national burden nobly. Special attention is being given by the Medical Department of the Army in nil camps to cleaning up spots where mosquitoes and flies breed. In some cases it has been necessary tn dig channels drain in ttreams, swamps, and put in elaborate ditch-- ! ing systems to clean up stagnant ' pop!" nnd streams. In enses where It has been Impossible or impracticable to drain swamps and do zimihir work, there has been Installed a sysg tem for keeping streams and still bodies of. water covered with oil. At all points within the ramp where there is the slightest possibility of mosquitoes or Hies breeding daily spraying of oil is vdone. .Arrangements have been completed with the Federal Public Health Service to carry out n similar program in the territories adjacent to the camps. The Health Service has agreed to till bogs, open streams, anil drain swampc, and continue the oil spraying for u distance of 1 mile around each camp. Special precautions have been tak en to prevent the spread of disease by flies. Instructions were given on the disposal of materials that were likely to become breeding spots. Arrangements were made to protect all food from flies. With this end in view, all buildings in which food Is prepared or stored were screened. Entrances to the buildings have been Veetlbuled. Alt average of 0,000 flytraps have placed in each camp. More than 22,700,000 square has been placed In feet of screening ull camps. Dental Corps of Army Can Take Care of 3,000,000 Men. The dental requirements of sn t. Medical Department The Army y ha; developed n mobile outfit for use near the front, carried on n modified Army ambulance. It con-cis- ts of a standard portable outfit made up of n Delco gas electric set, n special transformer, type Coolidge tube, and includes an table, dark room, and complete set of apparatus for tho localization of foreign bodies. SCme of German Firm Advertises Paper for these outfits arc already in service Varied Uses. abroad and 55 arc in course of shipAll advertisement in a lterlin ment. newspaper, reported by the "Infoi-ma:o- n Forty-si- x llelges", shews sonic of the societies representing 22 citizens many uses to which paper is being nationalities of foreign-bor- n prepnied monster celebrations, paput in (.crmany: "Paper stun for dresses nnd aprons. geants, parades, and speech making in tho principal cities of the United "Paper stuff for business suits. "Paper stun" for manufacture of States for July 4. Represented in Assytho group were Armenians, suits. "Paper stuff for upholstery nnd tap- rians, Ilclginns, Chinese, Czecho-slav- e, Danes, Dutch, Finns, French, estries. French-CanadianGermans, Greeks, "Paper stuff for trunks and bags. 'Taper stiilf for bags, pillowcases, Hungarians, Kalians, Japanese, Lithuanians, Norwegians, Poles, Portuand mattresses. "Splendid ussorted lot for salo." j guese, J'ussinns, Roumanians, South Many Attractions Staged in the 42 Slavs, Swedes and Swiss. In May, th'esc societies appealed to President Camp Theaters. Wilson to issue a proclamation oiliwhich ng upon There are onw 42 theaters, all native Americans to operation in ' unite with the foreign born In obcost over $500,000, in throughout serving the camps and cantonments national holiday, nnd the country. Nearly 100 vaudeville plans for many celebrations develacts have been brought from tho oped after thiN proclamation was large circuits to play in these theat-- ' era only; about 50 acts have been se-- ; cured from Chautauqua and lyceumj bureaus: 35 comedy companies are playing In these theaters exclusively, i Some of these aro original New York ' companies, playing the summer seas- -' V reduced sou only, with expenses may be filed with United or employment servi"-- ? officials, giving the number of laborer! desired, class of work, wages and place of employment. Food Ration to De Carried in Gasproof Container, The Quartermaster's Department is now supplying gas-profood c to the soldiers in the zone of operations in France. These con tniners prevent seepage of gas into the containers and guard against contamination of thb food. The mcs carry their emergency rations in the containers and all food brought up to the trenches is carried in the new tins. After the food is packed in the containers they are hermetically scaled. It is planned to use paralTine for sealing as it settles in tho crevices in such a way that it must bo cut before tho lids can be taken olf. It can be applied by running the" containers through a parafflnc bath. Ilocaiise the supply of tin is limited and there may not be enough to supply the needs of the Army the Quartermaster's Department is experimenting with tne wax paper box. Tests made show that these boxes meet all conditions satisfactorily. Tho tins and .boxes both are vermin and water proof,, States immigration About 50 r ib'istcnce inspector of '.'j Army nt'iidcd n school of ono vok recentr; held at Washington, D. C, to receive instruction in methods to standardize the inspection of food. Monthly magazines to be sent to soldiers ami sailors should not be more than tv. j months old, according to the Post Office Department, and weekly publications should not be more than three weeks old. In answer to queries regarJlng the protection afforded against mus-ha- s come fro i the Expeditionary tnrd gas by American masks, word Forces that iu information has been received that any box respirator of American or English manufacture has been pentrated in the field. 'Three temporary office buildings, providing working space for 0,250 persons, have been built in 10 weeks in Washington, I). C, by the construction division of the army, without the employment of u contractor. One, a structure, 491 feet long, 200 feet wide, with a floor space of 270,000 square feet, was al24 working ready for occupancy days after the first spadeful of earth was turned. jne plant. about The camps have been divided into two circuits. In one the Liberty thenters seat 3,000, In the other,, the houses are smaller, having u capacity of about 1,000 each, It takes ...... i. ...i i.... ' .nn. i i ... ......I.. to be staged In each house of either F011TPV CUT down a chick's throat cures few the Saiws. A waterdrops la anu cores and other chick diseases. One (oc bottle makes It rations ol medicine At all druggists. (Sample and tooklet onIMs-cauafowls" sent 1'ItKli. awtai Raaagj C. t4il:Va,Ij, Of BOiJMON ltn prevents cholera, diarrhoea circuit. "Smilage" books, sold throughout the country under the direstlon, of the Coimmission on Training Camp llaselden Brother. -- sj) The Central Record, Thursday, July 4 1918. HIH reconcile itself to the loss it now sustains. A true and loving wife, a devoted The guests of the Kengarlan, mother, n staunch and faithful where the late Mr. G, A. Swincbroad friend, n delightful neighbor, n magr.ntl wife have tnVen their meats for nificent citizen, altogether nn extravenrs will inlss the preicnce of this ordinary woman whose life will be n kindly gentleman. Even the passing example to all who knew guest was attracted by the gentle beautiful In her death a benediction her and ..n.chrnrc and unfailing solicitude to the ground she hallows. f Mr. Swinebrond for his frail wife I thank God that it was my fortune tWiich drew toward him the admiring I praise His regard of his fellow diners. Mr. and to have known her andIn I glorified her friendlong attendance name that Mm. Swinebroad's ship as sweet and as motherly ns was at the hotel, and their rendy sense ever 'given to one not her own. uf hospitality gave to their table a U 0, feeling of cheerful "homines"; the occasional guest with no accustomed STANFORD scat, who dropped tentatively Into n of Mr. and Mrs. place at the table Leo Hayden of Camp Zachary Swincbroad was at once made to feel Taylor Is at home for n few days. kindly, pleasat ease and drawn Into Miss Emily Altsheler of Louisville ant talk. hai been visiting MJss Margaret In the days of our lives, It is so. Shank. that It is often in casual, unstudied Mr. C. M. Thompson is vlriting ways, that we fix our selves most surely In the nlfectlonate remem- her sister Mrs. W. (i. Mcllee at ML Vernon. brance of our fellows. G. A. SW1NEBR0AD PROMINENT TENNESSEE RAILROAD AT THE AGE OF SIXTY-NINE MAN FEELS BOY I COMING LANCASTER SIX NIGH IS ANNUAL TOUR LIKE L. & N. Ajenl and Cotton Broker a. Result of A OF EIGHTEEN it liking tie Creat Baillelt, Tton , Relates Renminbis Eipemcce Yin lleuatira I'rcscriptien. ISOON h 8 MIT (Bras BIG TENT THEATRE. Presenting ALL NEW PLAYS & VAUDEVILLE IN OUR OWN MAMMOTH SS000, WATERPROOF TENT THEATRE This Is 30-People-30 M A Carnival Band and Orchestra Play Monda- y"NICK CARTER" Play Wednesday "LENA RIVERS" Play Frida- y"DORA THORN E'' Entire Change ofPlay Nightly. BAND CONCERTS DAILY ON STKEES. Peoples Popular Prices. 3aM Irvin Duncan. The Sunnytide, Locust Grove and commenced The recent rains have made crops Bourne public schools 1 the farmers are all re- Monday with Misses Ruth Uroaddus, k fin anil of Wilmore, Flora May of liuck- joicing. MiM Lucy Grow spent a part of eye, and Kate Holtzcluw, uf Preach-ersvlll- e as teachers. at lust week with her grand-parentricaiant Hill. Mr. and Mm. Elbert Jennings of Hard Lines. tssamlne, were with relatives here '"leu "Poor girl, ! ninnot get night and Sunday. Ink (if sleep, lying iiwnko und wait aturday her husband, itiul then que- -' Mrs. Asbury Preston Is In Hatties-urii.' Iif in until nioruhu." Miss., to see her son, Mr. Silas Preston, who is In Camp there. Part of Her Costume. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow were Hesslo came ruunlug tu her grandPleaswith relatives at Judson, and mother holding a dry, pressed leaf, obant Hill Saturday night and Sunday. viously the relic of u day long gone School house on the by. "I found It In the big Bible, At Sunny-sid- e grandma," "National War Savings Day" most It Iwlnngetlshe said. "Do you 'spose tt KvelM Boston Tran'everyone responded liberally to the script. rail, about $800. above the quota was MT. HEBRON 'r raised. Mi jsea Emma and Lillian Pierce wr tha truest of their lister, Mrs. E. C. Montgomery at Lock, 8, a part of last week. Mr. B. A. Duncan was called to Indianapolis, Ind., 1H week b the Mrs. death of his ditughter-In-la- Hide Matrimony a Business. In a bigamy caso In Ruxsla In 1010 the prisoner, a beautiful young woman of some thirty summers, admitted that she had been married to sixteen husbands, runntug'away from each In turn and taking all their portable property With ber. Is really a nature remedy, begnn to take it immediately with the most remarkable result. "I haye been with the - and N. years, and at llartfor thirty-eigh- t lett for thirty-fou- r )cnr. Am nlso a cotton broker, and now tbat I feet like a boy again, I want everyone to know what I think of Vin Hcpatlca, and to write me If they want to at llartlett. Tenn., and 1 will tell them, for tl Is truly a great medicine," ns this are comSuch testimonial and we ing In from all directions, heartily recommend litis great Vin Hepatiru prescription for anyone Little Miss Isabella Dilllon of Ced-n- r kidney, who suffers from stomach, Creek is visiting Miss Ella Mac going to the Weiss' Pharmacy, Main liver, nnd bowel troublle, is nervous, BROTHERS Saunders. nnd Union Sis., Memphis, nnd talk- weak, or run down. It is a mighty Phil-po- t, Mil's Aline Brothers, who recently fine spring and summer tonic. Mis Nancy Ilunn is visiting her ing the matter over with Mr. und being shown that Vin R. E, McROUERTS, Lancaster, Ky. died near Versailles, spent the last aunt, Mrs. II. C. LcCompte, at wel- Frankfort. ten months in the home so come, so congenial to her declining Miss Fannie Sparks of Mt Vernon, days with her first cousin, Judge has been the guest of Miss Bertn Forest Stapp of this place. Miss Jean Penny. Brothers and Judge Stapp were first Little Miss Catherine Pennj baker SWEATER OF HEAVY-WEIGH- T WOOL ccusin, their mothers being sisters of of Danville, is the guest of her nunt, the late Misses Wilson, noted liter- Mrs. A. C. IU1L Quantity of Wool requited: about one pound, or 4 hanks of 5 )rn. Ky. ary characters of Lexington, Dr. Alice Pickett of Louisville, 1 pair Red Cross needle She leaves two brothers of Morton-vill- e, No. 3. has been the guest of her sister, Mrs, Ky. William Severance. Cast on 72 stitches. She had been un Invalid for many Mr. Kmmett McCormnck of Knit 2, Purl 2, for three inches. months. Three weeks before the is the guest fo her daughter end come the requested to be taken Knit across nnd Purl buck for'10 Inch's. Logan Hubble. to the home of her brother, Paul Mrs. Knit 1 row. Mrs. G. B. Maury of Mineral Wells Brothers, wherli she passed to the (A) Knit II, Purl across; and Knit last 0 stitches. Great Heyond'Iast Tuesday, and was Texas is with her parents Mr. and (II) Knit all the way across. laid to rest beside her "parents at n Mrs. J. N. Mcnefee. Repeat (A) and (D) for 8 inches. most picturesque country vine-cla- d of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. churchyard, Pisgali. , Knit across and back 8 times; (making 4 ridges). Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. Miss Brothers was 45 years of age, and Mrs. It. J. McRoberts. Knit G; then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 11 stitches; Knit fi. a loyal, rtnuneh Presbyterian from Mrs. lames A. Beazley and daughBind off 20 stitches for neck. larly childhood. The church always ter, of Lancaster, were here Sunday found her generous. -- To her the aftcrnoi n with Mrs. Will Hay. Knit "fit then Purl I, Knit 11 stitches; Knit 0. FIRST SHOULDER: whole inspiration of life was the Knit 7;"then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 10 stitches; Knit 0. Virginia Misses Harriett and Bible the Book of Books. 'Tis Continue to knit nnd purl bark and forth In this Bruning of Cincinnati, have been only the last day will reveal to her with their sister, Mre.T. J. Hill. way 1 1 times, which )ears the wool at inner edge. many friends influenced by her morMrc. J. S. Owsley who has been at g Brenk off wool and tie it on at for als of right living full of promise. But the end offers that hope which Franklin, for several weeks w.th her SECOND SHOULDER: Knit 7; then Purl 1, Knit I, for 10 stitches; Knit 0. comes of nn abiding faith in God, mother, lias returned to this city. Knit C; then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 11 stitches; Knit 0. M rs. W. II. Mueller, who.recently whispering about the night of death, underwent an operation at the DanContinue to1nit nnd purl back and forth in this way "The. morn will be brighter still". ville hospital, is improving nicely. 14 time, which leaves the wool at Inner edge. Mrs. C. Hnys Foster and Miss Jane MRS. W. G. ANDERSON Cast on 2G stitches; Knit C; then Purl I, Knit 1, for. 11 stitches; visiting her parMurrell Foster are Knit 6. Again has the grim Reaper spoken ents Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Nuckols at Knit across and back K times (making 4 ridges). and nnother of Lancaster's most Pineville. splendid citizens and exquisite charMisses Margaret and Bush Allen (C) Knit all the way across. ' acters has been called to her reward of Millersburg are the guests of but the sting of sorrow has tu some their grand'purents Mr. anil Mrs. E. (D) Knit C; Purl across; and Knit last 0 stitches. extent been assuaged by the fact P. Woods. 1 Repeat (C) and (D) for 8 inches. that like the golden grain she was Misses Elizabeth and Patsy AnKnit across and Purl back for 10 Inches. full and ready for the harvest. The derson of Lancaster were here the chairs around Garrard's family table other day en route to Nashville Tenn. Purl 2, Knit 2, for 3 Inches. of noble sons and daughters who wherethey Business will' enter Bind olf loosely. Sew up sides, leaving 9 inches for 'armholes. have long ago made her famous for College. Single-croch1 row around neck and armholes. ' true heartedncss and hospitality and William Lee Martin is the name of Measurement: 2 12 Neck (when stretched), 11 2 Inches. Across haVe glorified her name by unselfish the little son that has arrived at th chest (not strttched), 1720 inches. and splendid acts are becoming emp- home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Martin. ty with alarming rapidity and to The mother waa formerly Mia Mat-ti- e one of her sons who strayed away SOCKS. Lee Hubble. from the old home years ago It seems Miss Nellie Wilson Hilf graduated CO stitches on three needle -- 20 on 1st. needie, 20 on 2nd needle, 16 on that almost every letter" during the In common school music at the Con- .Ird needle. last few years tells of the departure servatory of Music Cincinnati with Knit plain 8 inches. Knit 2, Purl 2, for 3 inches. of some beloved soul from the burhigh honors. She has returned to dens of life to the fair still fields of HEEL Divide stitches: 28 on 1st needle (for heel). 14 on 2nd this place to spend the summer. eternity. Knit 1 row. Turn, Purl 1 row, 1st needle needle, 14 on 3rd needle. Announcements have been receiv- Turn. Repeat from In the death cf Mrs. William G. until you have 27 row. Always slip 1st stitch. Anderson the community and in fact ed here by friends of the wedding of TO TURN HEEL Begin to turn heel on wrong side. Slip 1, Purl that entire section of the state has Farris Kelly to Mist Happersctt on 15, Purl 2 together. Purl 1, Turn. Slip 1, Knit 5, Slip 1, Knit 1, pas lost indeed a womanly woman In all June fllh. at Orlando Florida. The slipped stitch over knit stitch. Knit 1, Turn. Slip 1, Purl G, Purl 2 tohere that that name Implies and a char- groom is well Remembered gether, Purl 1, Turn. Slip 1, Knit 7, Slip 1, Knit 1, pass slipped stitch over acter which is very very rare in these where he lived for many years. knit stitch, Knit 1, Turn. Slip 1, Purl8, Purl 2 together, Purl 1, Turn. Mrs. W. A. Canon anil Miss An- days of selfishness and egoism. She (Slip 1, Knit !, Slip 1, Knit 1, pass slipped stitch over knit stitch, Knit 1, was one. of the most splendid. women nello Carson have returned home Turn. Continue until there arc lu stitches on needle. they have it hut ever been my pleasure to meet from Lancaster, where GUSSET If tver there wjj a soul who was been visiting relatives and. friends. fur utUny f:rgetful of self in her anx- Miss Lottie Carson remained for a (1st. needle) Knit stitches of 2nd. Pick up 13 stitches on side of heel. iety to di something for others It longer stay. and 3rd needles on to one needle, (2nd. needle). Pick up 13 stitches on ua . Hr. Anderson and instead of Mrs. Mollie II. Naylor died at her side of heel, and take 8 stitches from first "needle, (3rd. needle). always or even cccaj'onally censur-.n- g home near Rowland Friday of tuber- other (A) Knit to within .1 stitches ofernd, Knit 2 together, Knit 1. she Invuriably found some excuse culosis. Deceased was 37 years old 1st needle. for the wrens doings of others. She and a good christian woman. Inter- 2nd needle. (B) Knit plain. urn the truest friend I ever knew ment occurred In the Buffalo Springs ?rd needle. (C) Knit 1, Slip 1, pass slipped stitch over knit stitch, Knit ant; she would fight the battles for cemetery Sunday afternoon. (D) to end. Knit around plain. one she loved u great deal more Capt. John N. Menefee of Camp Repeat A, B, C. D, until you have 14 stitches on 1st needle, 28 stitcher nn she would her own. She Sherman Ohio is at home quickly than for n few 2nd needle, 14 ttitthes on 3rd needle. Knit plain 5 inches. was a christian In the highest sense. days with home folks. Capt. Menefee " and com- who was chief instructor in Not In merely performing KITCHENER TOE. the bayplying with the cold rital of the onet work in the Infantry School of (E) Knit to within 3 stitches of end. Knit 2 tcgether, Knit 1. 1st needle. church but In her every day life Arma at Camp Zachary Taylor for there shone forth in her every act many months Is considered one of 2nd needle. (F) Knit 1, Slip 1, Knit 1, pass slipped stitch over knit stitch, Knit to within 3 stitches of end, Knit 2 together, Knit 1. the very spirit of tho Christ and the best Instructors to bo found any(G) 3rd needle. Knit 1, Slip 1, Knit 1, pass slipped stitch over knit Heaven was not strange to her when where. stitch. Knit to end. (II) Knit 2 rows plain. she entered therein for she had Repeat E, F, G, II 3 times (making 4 times In all). bulldcd one on earth and in her Han'i laroranci, Then narrow every other row D times. beautiful character she was tho epi A limn never ilimtn-rrhow lifnor-nn- t Knit the G stitches of your 1st needle on ycur 3rd needle. tome of that lovely land and her ho tries to run the lit' I ii ul spirit, dislnthralled, sped through houi when IiIh wife Is sick. Cincin- You have now 10 stitches .on each of the 2 needles. Break wool (leaving 12 Inch length) und thread it into worsted needle. its portals as If she was entering her nati Enquirer. Hold sock r?that the worsted ncedlo is at your right and, always keeping very home. wool unier knitting needles, weave front and back together as follows: The writer counted her as one ct The Way to Meet Him. Pas worsted needle through 1st itltch of front knitting needle as If hi very best friends and all during Si) In the door with your flgt.tli.. knitting and slip ttltch off the knitting needle. the life lived by me in that commun- clothe on and troulilo will say "(loud ity she was a second mother to me, morning" and take to the woods. At- I'uss through 2nd stitch as if purling and leave sUtch on tho knitting needle, l ass through 1st stitch of back needle as if purling, and slip stitch off the chum I lanta Cuiutltutlou. Her son being my boy-hoo- d knitting netdle. had the opportunity of knowing her Mn Snakes In Australia. better than any ono else save her Australlu I said to have about (ne Pass through 2nd stitch of back needle as If knitting and leave stitch on knitting needle. children and I am not ashamed to say hundred wpreli m snakes, three-fourtuntil all stitches are off needles. that the tears .of sorrow filled my ct Itifiii veniiiiinuk. The big It epeat from eyes when I read the news of her pythoux und ruck miake are harm-lri- In order to avoid ridge across end of toe, fasten wool down the side. put nn tine travel from the trop- Laid on a level surface the finished sock should measure: death. Foot: Length 11 2 Inches, but 10 2 to 12 is acceptable. Lancuster and In fact the entire ic southward the dangerous varieties Increase i it number, nun in Tasmania Leg! Length, 14 inches: circumference, 8 Inches. county, I know, was the better for all are venomous, tlioujib only five aiu Cuff: Circumference, unstretched, 6 inches; stretched to fullest exher having lived therein and it will really deadly, tent, 13 2 Inches. be u long, long while before it can "I feel like n boy of eighteen, although I am now sixty-ninyears of age," declares Mr. W. E. Smith, U & N. agent and cotton broker of llartlett, Tenn.. after taking Vin Itepntira. "Up until n short while ago my friends thought I would live only n short while, I had been ruffering so from indigestion and general breakdown. I had pneumonia In January, was all run down, nnd weak in the knees and extremely nervous. "I saw In the papers what the great nature Vin Hcpatlca prescription was doing for others, nnd my wife insisted on my trying It. After e Hcpatlca I Knitting Instructions. i () () () ()