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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 11, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918071101_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 11, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY II. 1918. NUMBER 15. giririrai !! 1 EHL NOTICE nr l na Cms Seclioa el - The Subscription Price or This Paper Will be $ 1.50 a Year, After August 1st, 1918 Payable in Advance. All Arrears and Renewals Paid before tha! date will be charged the Old Rate. Look at Your Label and Send Remittance at Once. ! tai 151 . both o'clock p. m. PATRIOTIC DAY. CONDITIONS ! ANOTHER CALL. Garratd Counlr Aikcd To Send More Men ARE SUCH THAT SATURDAY. JULY i 20. DAY. REDi certain kind or farming Implements are very hard to get. If you are interested and need anything In this Hue, give us your order now. CROSS MULE COME (!arrar counlv wilI ,cnil 6ixl, 'eight more Hun Hunter to prepare fir service at the front and they will ! will be CLOSED until one Get your Gasoline, Repairs, Tires, Etc., on Saturday. HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE. en w mm TO THE GREAT MASS AND SEE "MAUD." MEETING I " Thirty-nin- am nc" e Conn -- Brothers. 11111 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. HE IE i The recent Auitrmn retreat was ,t tn Italy . Vc wonder who or what will mon-- . lue the front page, next yi'r. LOST: Small black flat purse, stamp. They bctneen I'. ()., and Carrard Mill. Cuy war saving for containing two uur record il help you on bills mid ' ing iOc in silver. Ileward Mrs Henry Was it nut wasted iflort for America tu spend time inventing the submarine and ther. to s.iend more ti.iie inventing the submarine ilrttroMT? Moure. making history for Tin-- war i cry nation hut ltmsi. and for her We like the French word "garage" has maile chaos. better than our own term, "shed . or weeds and "barn", and we nre going to use it The man who fight our let us honor ,ato bugs i standing hack of the so then Sy pronouncing the trench, do. I Allies, it as they who fight thr lloche. ail " and not To cut out wheat bread Is n pa. Cerman prisoners interned at Hot ir fs duty Hut to eat barley und Springs, N. C, have amused them c? ical hrrnd Is b patriots privilege. selves by constructing out of odds Why shouldn't we he proud of our and ends of wood and metal a typical American enter-r.-.- e Cerman village of little pleasure r tiety new ships? built them for American uses. houses, with tiny paths and gardens, which they use during the daytime. a day in What U o rare a Now the (iovernment ha ordered the ? Hut do you not think ome removal of the Internment camp to of the? July days are a trifle oer Fort Oglethorpe, and the prisoner done? must leave behind their laboriously If their kinsmen A detailed report of the battles made little village. villages instead come in. how the gay high courage in (iermany had built i.f our hoy at the front thrill the of destroying them, It would have been better for the world and infinnation. itely safer for democracy who of high price, In thee da sense of incongruity does not feel BAPTIST CHURCH. between the big dollar hcgocs out Services Morning and F.vcning. with and the small parcel he bring service: Theme, morning "The home? "Two Life", evening: Victorious The other day King George of Views of Blood in the Hible". Young People Service 7:15. England ate buckwheat cake with S. C Callison. maple syrup for the first time at a Y. them 31. C, A. hut, and pronounced a breakfast fit for a king, IN e AMERICAN TROOPS ITALY The try of the Creek poet was, Lit me make the songs of battle, ant! the battle is won". The modern demand is, "Let u make the war p ster and the war is ours." The American troops that recently landed In Italy were given an official reception by the municipality of a certain unnamed town. The men with open were literally leceived delighted civilians Universal military training, uni-ers- arms, and the pro. bore the Yankees on their shoulder sutfrage, and nation-wid- e through the town. hibl'.cn are all knocking at the door. Which of the three MEETING AT FAIRVIEW. (.t . ou think will be let ill first? ihe income tan this year yielded nearly three billion dollars. Uncle Sum is certainly omc magician, lie kn ws perfectly well how to transform a full pocketbook into an imp-- t' ( ne You may soon be asked to contribute to the Salvatlcn Army drive vited. f. vo what you can. Yho Snlwition handsohiTpin Army "stniuls by" with hot colteo m 1 doughnut for the doughboys in rep.Mr. J. A. Heailey, the lo-- in the front line trenches. resentative for the .Mutual Ln Inho would have thought wo could go abroad this year and find the Kurt!: of July there? When Lon-na-t- i l and I'aris both celebrate our ,al holiday, a lout; step is taken fu'.ard towiird the brotherhood of n. .'jiis. V protracted meeting of unusual interest Is now being held at ihurch, under the Ifadersh'p of Frank X. Tinder, assisted by hi father, Itcv. F. M. Tinder Tha meeting began last Sunday and will continue throughout the week and perhaps longir All are cordially inA Fair-vie- waa handsomely remembered by his company a few with a days ago, hiing presented beautiful pin in recognition of his valuable tervice. .Mr. Ileatley has the distinction and honor of writing more Insurance than any man in Kentucky, in u single month, in the ,'ince the passage of the 121,000,. rural districts. His record fur the the month of April being $05,000. expenses, OHO bill for military I i.tcil States government has the It is world's record for spending. up to us to back the government up One of the most patriotic meetrecord for by having the world' ings ever held in Carrard county will s.iving. be held in Lancaster on August 8th Twelve year ago the Fourth of when a number of patriotic addressJuly was cne national universal bang. es will be delivered by prominent It is now a quiet and sane national speakers from other ecuom of the holiday. And It I some comfort to stute, chief among them behu, Hon. rounds II. II. Cherry, of Uowlinx Green. know that when the nation up its children on the night of the The Conference will be brought nere fourth each one of them possesses under the auspices of th Council if Mora detail of his full complement of eyes and fin- National Defense. this meeting will be p.iblithed later. gers. surance Company, war coIcTuoIerence white men nre called .tn ronnrt tci the Local Hoard next Saturday evening, July 20th, at R Monday morning to entrain for Fort I'. M. nt the High School Auditorium, Thomas colored and twenty-nin- e there will be held a great patriotic men are to report Tuesday morning. of the citisens of Car- - ,R.(C to bc . to Cum) Taylor. mass mectinc rani County. There will be a stir The following white men are called; ring address by one of the greatest A Lilt of White Men In CUlt One, of Kintucky's orators A man whose Ordered to Report For Entrsinment eloquence will thrill the hearts of At Court House Lancaster, Kjr., July those fortunate enough to hear him. 15, 191S, at S A. M. Call No. 785. There will be beautiful music and t ccrgc C Lake, l'aint Lick, K. singing and the opportunity to see Luther Ilricky. Hrunswick, Ca. the finest and most valuable mule in Soloman I Ijiy, Hryantsville, Ky. the 1'mtcd Suites today; a mule that Kobert W. Lay ton, Lnncastcr, II 3. brought at auction $1! 100.00. Come CHarlic Creech, l'aint Lick, Ky. and bring the family and your neigh- Nathan llray, Murcellus, Ky. bors Come enrly in order to get a James ICoutt, Iincaster, It. 1. seat, lis seat will undoubtedly be at Willie Davis, Colman, Ky. S a premium long before o'clock Jasper Sherrow, Hourne, Ky. when the meeting begins. Frank Davis, Paint Lick, Ky. has already James Dunsil, Lancaster, II. 1. Carrard County '. shown that her people are per Thomas K. Huckley, l'eru, Ind. cent loyal and over in the great James Coins, Lancaster, Ky. world conflict that is now raging be- Sam Moss, Hradshaw Mills, Ky. tween despotism on the one hand Charley W. Moore. Hurgin, Ky and liberty and democracy on the Howard Haker. Judsnn, Ky. other. What we need is more en- Hoy Campbell, Hryantsville, Ky. thusiasm and a greater determina- Anion Lcmny, Uradshaw Mills, Ky. tion to do our full duty at this time Dud Creen, Paint Lick, Ky. ami those who come to this meeting Floyd K. llcnnett, Little Hickman, will go away with a broader view McKinley Simpson, Ky. and enlarged understanding of the Gate K. Pryor, Huena Vista, Ky. reasons which impelled this country William M. Hryantsville, Ky. and people to enter into a struggle Jnmes Clouse. Coy. Ky. that has already lasted for four years Louis K. Teater, Lancaster, Ky. four year of the most horrible; Kobert Sutton, Lancaster, Ky. the most damnable warfare that his- Charlie Pointer, Ijuieastcr, Ky. tory has ever known. James Hray, Hryantsville, Ky. If you have a boy who has gone to Kussell Frazier, Paint Lick, Ky. do his part in this great war; or if Charles II. Aldridge, Marksbury, Ky. you have not a boy of your own who Lorenzo Don Askins, Huena Vista, lias gone or who is about to go, you Harrison Parsons, Cartcrsville, Ky. must know a Carrard County boy John Tatum, Jr., Lancaster, It 1. who has gone or who is to go. Come McKinley Mathews, Coy. Ky. for his sake as well as for your own John K. Doolins, Ijim-asteII. 3: and lend your presence to this meet- David Cummins, Lancaster, It. 3. ing and you will bc glad. II. Sutton, Lancaster, Ky. Jesse W A. FAUNA U Manager, Andrew J. Crank, Hourne, Ky. Ked Cross Campaign. Fred Spivey, Bourne, Ky. Brine your final card No. 1007 with R US H VWI L L END. you. The following colored men are Troovs Now To Be Trained In U, S. called : List of Colored Men in Class One, of France. Called for Service to Report at Court Only seasoned men, trained at House, Lancaster, Ky., Tuesday July least six months on American soil, 16th, 1918, at 8.00 A. M. are to be sent to France under a new Frank Knight, Paint Lic., Ky. program being worked out by the F.noch Calispie, Paint Lick, Ky. War Department. Jninc.i Wallace, Lancaster, Ky. Knlargemcnt of several canton- Jim li.vt, Crab Or. nanl, It. .'. ments to accommodate thousands of tlennj Overstreet, Ky additional men is part of this plan. Arthur Middleton, Lht.catter. Ky The present practice of rushing Kobert Hunt, Lancaster, Ky troops across with only three weeks Colye Tivis, Lancaster, Ky. or more training is to be abolished, Mansfield Creen, Lancaster, Ky. now that a fighting force of consid- Hiram Kobir.son, Lancaster, Ky. erable strength has been placed on Jack Huford, Paint Lick, Ky. the allied lines. Herbert Cunningham, Indianapolis, With over ). 000,000 men in Kobert Lews, Koute 1. France, facilities are becoming bur-deii- VWilliani Faulkner, Paint Lick, Ky. and there is little room for John Anderson, Lancaster, Ky. ! troop. Carl Lewis, Lancaster, Ky. unner tne new policy selects will James Hurdette, Lancaster, Ky. ie put tnru an extensive six months Solon Snilnun. Paint Lick. Ky. training course, the unlit weeded out AVilI KaulTm.ui, Lancaster, Ky., and the remaining lighting men ent jitrbt,rt Mitchell, Crab Orchard, II nr-- om tor a snort tinismng oit uc- - Curtis Cinbry, Mareellus, Ky. hind the lines. James Hcrner. Mareellus, Ky. At present less than hall of the William Spillman, Paint Lick, Ky. 1,000,000 abroad are on the lighting llouzley Warren, Lancaster, Ky. line, miiny of them still being in LOllie A !ams, Ijincastcr, Ky. training. Jake Itobiiison, Lancaster, Ky. William Hunt, Paint Lick, Ky. HUPP HEAVILY DAMAGED Arthur Duncan, I.nucaster, Ky. James Hiatt, Lancaster, Ky. belonging A Hupmobile to Mr. You MUST bring with you final Walter Cox, of Lancaster, was very card No. 1007, when you report. seriously damaged in a collision with These two calls practically a Ford on the Hustonvillo pike, The all the men in Class 1, in fact Hup was headed toward Danville; not enough to fill the quota were in the Ford toward Junction City. The this class, as the original was for 00 Hupp were bent und fenders on the white and GO colored men. the radiator shattered, alc and radius rod were put out of commission and the whole work of the machine MAY TELETAKE OVER more or lee damaged. The remarkable fact about this wreck "was that GRAPH AND PHONE SYSTEM the Ford driver backed his machino Legislation to authorize the Govout of the entanglement after the head-o- n collision and sped toward ernment to control all telegraph and Junction City at top speed. How telephone systems during the war the Ford sustained the heavy impact was approved by President Wilson, which almost completely wrecked the and congressional leader are preHupp cannot be understood by local paring for it immediate consideragarage men. Danville Advocate. tion. " ,u"- - KI1AIRD SPRATT BROS., & GARAGE. DOUGHERTY. 0" is ! 1' ItSJB i?rIfB3 rrMJigl Tgfe I GENERAL MAUDE BE SOLD HERE WILL I VOLUNTEER CALL FOR SKILLED MEN. JULY 20. The Local Selective Service Board has received the following bulletin calling for skilled volunteers; 1. The Engineer Corps is in need of certain skilled men. 'J. Only white men qualified for general military service may be accepted under this call, and no one The Famous mule, General Maude, who is needed to till the July calls will be sold at public Auction at the already announced should be allowed School Auditorium, Saturday night, to volunteer for this service. 3. Volunteers may be accepted July 20th, for the benefit of the Garrard County Red Cross Chapter. from the 1918 class provided the regThe citizens of Garrard have res- istrants waive all time limits for ponded to every patriotic cause and classification and examination. 4. The following types of men General Maude is expected to bring 'are desired; Auto Repairmen, Axe a good price. The mule was presented to the men, Blacksmiths, Boatmen, Bridge Mercer County Red Cross Chapter Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, Caulkby a prominent farmer of that coun- ers, Concrete Foremen, Construction ty and was sold at Harrodsburg for Foremen, Cooks, Draftsmen, Elec$908. The mule was then sent to tricians, Gas Enginemen, Stationery Boyle where she was sold last week Enginemen, Farriers, Horse Shoers, Plumbers, for $1500. She will be sold on the Lithograph Machinist, Quarrymen, Saddlers, step bidding plan, each bidder paying Powdermen, Surveyers, Tailors, the difference between his bid and Shoemakers, Operators, the preceding one. It has been sug- Teamsters, Telephone gested that the mule bc continued and Timbermen. 5. All applicants should present on its mission of mercy until the close of the war, and then sent to themselves to the Local Board by July 17th. the President nt Washington. C. Volunteers for this service The young man or twenty-on- e shall not be released for the Navy or used to look forward to casting his Marine Corps, nor shall they be perfirst vote. Now he anticipate.! a mitted to withdraw their applications march and a battle. prior to August 1st. TO BE SHOWN AT ROMAN'S OPERA HOUSE, JULY Ft, til 22 i AND 23. 3 4 ir lilffl;lil!i!!!iE:!ill V JAMSV.GBMD5 4 A moving picture version of "My Four Year in Germany", the book published by Former Ambassador Gerard shortly after his return from Berlin waj shown before a packed house last night In the Knickerbocker Theatre. The picture is a record of political event from the time when the German Government, convinced that a war was necessary to save militarism, brought on the conflict, up to the present day. view in which the Kaiser declared he would stand no nonsense from America after the war. How it was planned in Berlin to sink the Lusitania, how the Germans finally agreed to abandon ruthless submarine warfare, how they finally gave Mr. Gerard only six hour' notico of the resumption of ruthless warfare, how they told him America would not fight, and how America Is getting ready to fight, were showr'graphically. The. picture should prove a valmeetings Several between Mr. uable piece of American propaganda. Romans Opera House, July 22nd, Gerard and the Kaiser were shown the inter and 23rd. on the screen, including ."he Central Recor I Thursday, July 1 1 , 1918. THE HOME OF T RtO U SPAT Of F IS , sill iiiiiiiiiy a e ki i . jte ' : -- ir I Bis.? universal poptdarli.7 of Bevo made ii necessary co erect this building, of ite .w: In ike worldXovers ivvo city blocks. Floor space 26 the A bauemeni SO feet hifili containing Id tracks each to accommodate froiyKt ca?SoWiII employ 2,500 people and Rave a bottling capacity of rrniiiuon bottles daily, equal to 14U car loads, on an eight hour day basis, 'he st 3 r i! . 1 tion in the loading of artillery am- bile laboratories were formerly con munition with high explosives. nected with municipal water wor'.a GEORGETOWN LADY'S PHONE TALK The operating plant consists of 13 ami Alteration plants, g AT FAYETTE DRUG COMPANY units, ench independent Storict of Activitiet and Conditions Throughout the United StftteH MAKKSBU1CY of the other, with equipment for loading 13 sizes of shells, ranging and on the Battle Fronts, from Washington, D. C. Mr. ami Mrs. Hyle lsom will spend V1N SWELLS IIEPATICA SALES. from the recenlty developed the week-en- d in Louisville, with rel1C inches. to On two sizes of atives. Her Rtcommcdalion of Great Medical Prescription lo Fiiend Cm Phone Cannes Inspectors Will Care for Health of Light, when two enemy planes headshells the propelling charge also will . .1. W. Mnh.'itl loft S.'illlr.lnv ed toward them. The British planes Women Workers. Several Others to Boy It. be loaded, the shell nnd rarlr,"c morning fur Knoxville, Tenn., here Health of women workers in muni- closed on the nearest German and case being assembled at the plant. he will hold two services Sundv) opened fire. Two more hostile plan tion plants will be looked after by All other shells are ussembletl in morning and evening. While Mrs. It. L. Parker, of proNcmcntr Am now getting two women health officers who are to be es then appeared overhead and at- Fiance. Miss Susan K. Sutton wa hostess Georgetown, Ky., was in the Fajette more bottles, one for m)elf, and one trained under the direction of the tacked vigorously, while three other I In the construction of the shell-- ( Drug Company telling u friend over for u friend to whom I have recomWomen's Division of the Industrial enemy planes passed astern. The loading units the problem was far at dinner Sunday for her neice. Miss the phone of the wonderful benefits mended it." Service Section of the Army Ord two British planes dived and speeded I greater than one of mere building, Delia Bice Hughes of laincaster she had derived from taking the This great Vin Hepatira prescripwestward under continuous volleys J Quite n number were present to en- nance Department. fans hae been installed to j Immense great Vin llepatita prescription, she tion is indeed a wonderful remedy An eight weeks' course of study from the rear. One of the Germans dispose of tho poisonous fumes from joy the g'.od dinner. was overheard by several other ladies for catarrhal trouble, indigestion, .'in.. .Vary P.oi.t of Pa.nt Lick, lias for carefully selected women health disappeared. the high explosives. Wnen a unit is each of whom bought a bottle on her biliousness, nervousOf the seven Germans in action, uied home i.fter i v. sit to Mrs, recommendation. officers has opened at Mount Holy' 'in oneratiun tr? nir ,n th( ln:idm-l- ' And she nlso or- ness, nnd weak and run down condiJ 'in Dot. fhe was accompanied joke Collleire, Mass. The course is four were attacking I'ottcr, who fell room is every few .ninu'-ei-. i dered one for the lady to whom she tion in women u well as men under the general direction of Dr. behind his companion and begun to Specially i:c igroi' suit., will bo worn 1 y Mws Mnnrarrt Doty, who will was talking over the phone. She a combination of eight of the It is finest but was 'lid m weolc '. the lu.i.e tf Mri Kristine Mann, health supervisor of zigiag. rotter dodged, si' ur.ng w. ri. : t"i- - e.v.ilo .ivc . then raid to Mr. (' II. Harrison, of known remedies to I'.oui the Women's Branch of the Ord broadside to all the enemy machines the Kajette Drug Company: iii'dical mince for jut uili trouble. nance Department. The staff of lec and under their fire only 50 feet Medical Department Has Mobile ApMr. nnd Mrs. Tjm Chesnut of F frnr.i rittnrrhjil "I liuvp sutferi-Com turers and instructors include well- from the water. His companion, ettc county, and Miss Bner c. CI-paratus to Provide Fresh Vater. '" "ml el Unif "" trouble and indigestion for a long' known specialists in physiology and 250 feet above, saw Potter's machine cagu, motored over Sunday on vi. while, but after taking u bottle ofi""'" recommendation The American soldier in France bunt into flame, come doun part of hjxiene, physical education, factory an the guests ot Her parents, Vin llep.ltlfa I fee I n wonderful im-- , it. C. McROUCRTS, l.nc.iler, Ky. the way under control, then crash on gets pure drinking water from mo- Mrs. Murk Bogie. Mrs. Mr organization, and labor. l'hi"tir.i. the port wing tip. I'ottcr was ncn bile water trains. The trains are will colWomen taking the course are continue her visit thruuut the lege graduates or of equivalent tech- last on the surface of the water amid under the Jurisdiction of the Army week. Mr. Jim Itutkcr of Lexington, was PAINT LICK Humes, uliich turned suddenly to a McJic.il Department. They are milt-.atunical educution. Almost all of them Mrs. Mason Pollard here with h.s mother. Mrs. Sarah entertained huge cloud of smoke. water works, which chemiWhen the pail hio had experience in dealing with "iaj cleared not even wreckage was cally trout, filter, tnd sterilize wa- - for her sons Masters Jack and Mason, Buiker, Sui..'ay. rs. io I working women. First reiiuiictnunt tur-a- ; . Diana anil Dolly Woods are visit i;i, making it tit for consumption. Katurduy afternoon. The guest of 1 r nrtn'Usicn to the course U per-- i virablo anil the circling enemy iVbit mtiuitipal wt'.Ur works do to honor wus Miis Kniily II. Bourne. S lui Mc' .vin r i.' at nonie ing tl.eir Krtinuiiiotlicr. Mrs John F. c it health, and only those were .Most delightful refreshments were White, r.t OImpian Springs. it in r.uhnit-nd- . vriio will inspire wholesome liv-i- ." flew Plant Will Han- nsjre l.iHlt ful water to the pople served und the juveneles thoroughly fro.. i of n city theje train.1 do for the Mrs. .Mary G. Trcadway of Heldel-bur- g amcr.sr the munition workers. Bale tiec for sale. enJo)cd the nfternoon. dle 52,000 Shells a' Day. soldiers. R&vy Drptrtmnnt Tells of Fighting anil Mrs. Louis Brandenburg, Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. .Mrs. T. T. Pollard entertained at A number of (Junntity if not capacity shipments purificnticn units of of N'ca thj ClouJs will stnrt soon from a new Governwith attacked motor-tan- k Mr. J. 11. Balaton cf Camp Taylor Mrs.lilchmoiid. were recent gue-sts tracks con- u lawn fete, Friday evening in honSuphin Trendway g factory in New stitute n train. Kach unit is a iom-plet- or of their attract i vu visitors, Misses was the week end guest of the home Ei;i;n Stephen I'ottcr, United ment Quite a large crowd was in town Kmily Humphreys Bourne und Marie folks. : Alteration plant including Nnnl I!s?rvo Force, killed In Jcraij, one of four such Government Saturday, when .Mr. It. 11. I.edford A most enjoyable time was Arriving at u stream n?f:i a i;th German planes April -- 5 plants each of which is larger than 41- -. 1 f it Clark. M..1....1. A...... 'i L'aVH UWni 1. liTimlttnmi. K'tll,.... f..!.. n.,.l ll. CILU" h. .1..,! : naval any similiar plant in the world. sets hose into the water nnd pu.uru' t, uu the first American , , T'Burchell were Wsitoi rs in Jticlimo.nl. J lnct. jIri, . e When turning out 52,000 loaded the water through a prc3iure-- tank. ait.n ij. inv-- irbbiu uie-u- i tun nun uisu i''riduy. i r to thcot loun and destroy a Iky number which got the cabinet. ('tr.nn ujplnnc, according to a shells n day under full operation the Before the water passes through u enjoyed the fun. I Mix. Authcr Itiddell and children Miss Marie I.edford plant will use 2,000 tons of shells sand filter it is treated chemically to ai'y Department statement. entertained visited relatives at Kingston, the past a number of young people at dinner Th icport states that on March 19 and explosives daily, the products of rid it of disease germs. The pure LANCASTER GIRL COULDN'T week. Sunday In honor of her brother, Mr. some 75 factories. More than 5,000 water is pumped into tunks Mounted reconnaisance 018, a Miss Maude I.edford was the week Hajs Led ford, who is soon to liuxe f the German coait was made by workmen will be required. Plans on trucks, which carry the wuter toi STAND CLOTHES TO ; rgo American end guert of her sister, Mrs. W. H. for the Navy. flying boats operat- -' contemplate the employment of u the soldiers. Cornn. Kach mobile water unit curies i.g from a Uritish Itoyal Air Force large number of women. The markIt is reported that Mr. William TOUCH HER. . Utiou. I'nsign I'ottcr was one of ing of shells to designate sUc, load, expert chemibt, bacteriologi-t- , art" i ;!..' Marv .Noel of Danville, is the ItaUton, the efficient clerk of Her-vetwo American naval aviators ac- and range will require 250,000 oper- pump mun. There is :t cowl.-'' thn f and Woods is ta be married r i;it me u bottle of a.- of licr nitr, Mn. Jas. B, companying this expedition, and I'ot- ations each day. laboratory In the front of tho .v.a-- 1 .'.la, r j shortly. .ifii" Itiiji !y fir sv.ni W ooels. Kery one in Paint Lick Is The plant has a totul area of ap cnine tor tne testing or trie wnir. inch tit was successful in shooting down tcr etd I ai.. feel'.i : r .'lit'. KhsaLi.li Crolcy of Williams-ur- g wondering who the !uck girl is, seaplane which attacked proximately 2,500 acres. More than Tests are made every two hours cr a German uih Utu. since takit.g it. My is tne guest tf Mrs. T. J. UnMis. Soph'a TreauVuy entenainul the reconnaisance formation. A sec- 100 buildings, with an aggregate more often when it is thought nec- s:oirarh viis so !'iiiutul I couldn't derwood, the following ut dinner on Sunday; enemy seaplane found safety In flair ipac: of 1. 300,000 square feet, essary. ond The v.atcr Is lifted into the stand my tlotiii to touch me." Ii Wheat Hcur, corn fl'jer, corn meal Mrs. Mary Trcudwuy, Mrs. Lcuis running away, will prcviile stcrac tor shcl's nnd filter by a guiolinc pump engine, and is a simple , harmless preparation in lacks. Brundenburg, Mr. und Mrs. (ieoife Potter's death reflects credit on his parts and f:r ii'atvr'r.l. A sn nil city, u compile! 'uoply of extra pipes anJ lis le.i'ivfs ths cutnrrHal mucus Treadway, Mr. and .Mrs George Tod.l lUJiJii, !Iiijl,.- ir)J Farnau. courage, lie was killed In a fight with heatlni; and lighting plants, Uo! rrc ctrrloi! j that all ropalrs, from th intesth.al tract end al!as John H. Wal'aie' Jr., has been and Mr. and Mrs. Thus. !.oi;sJon. He water nd tewege systems, hoipituls either 'r ii accide.it or slalil f.re, tad inflHmmaticu which rouses pruc-tlcall- y with seven enemy single-seater- s. plant, and restaurants, ran be mud; ci the xpot. 1!n trucks was second pilot to British Air Force all stomach, liver and iatrs-t.nu- '. spaudlntr a tsve i ays with his cousin, Fa'ryla.-ii- . captain, who was with him when he was built to housj the employed. aro eciulp.'c 1 with 'electr.'c Icthls so i.icludini; appen till-ti- t. t'ewtl! Wi.lUiD. ' l lnve ". .nl I.. '!). cn-i- t There will be a Sune'ay School One dstj will convince shot down the German plane In There Is equipment to protect the "Jist '.he vor ; can be carrlc 1 on at . ot ,,, UU!, it ) lofty ,,,,! convention at tkc Christian church had health of those who work villi pois- .i!tfl.i. y.ai: cf tV ch:mlsts an J n cr.vy iciunded, Two British planes March. u !iivrl, there l P- ;i l. Kings- miles from Hinder onous gases, and a school for instruc bitirioltsUts aligned t0 the mo- II. i:. McKOBKItTS, Druggist. Tuesday the ICth. flown to a point Weekly War News Digest .nt ... rw The Central Record, Thursday, July I "pent n week trying to tench nomf In- - Tommies: how In ily ixikor, liul newe of the of I .CHAITKIl fmnca llicy amainr or ma ijiiinnia or a urm,n liwiuf I wiin llilrly-rir- i' autimailna, Arthur ituy Kmpajr, an America, laavee lila ofrlra In Jersey Clly and iliTlnnnl llml ihi'jr illilu'l "fawniy" I Knilan-where h enllets In Uis tiint, la army. ilny frw tiinl Biinioi; l!' Tiiiimi)' CHAITKIl period of trainireiiirnl run ni'ttT luiirtl nf imiUit, ing, I'mpey volunleera for immediate serv, fin-lice and nunn hlmaelf In real blll'la j'liri-- ni'vi'ii up, nr I'Iiiim lili'. Thi-- Imw 'aomewhere In Kraut a," where ha flrat ii cniiif liiiltiir to iIiiih'IiIi rnlliil snattee tha acquaintance of the aver-pre"Itiiynl l!i'iliii'," lull .i'W I,inm' liow In at "iiHittee." r CIIAITmt atten.la hi, nral Iilny II. etuirrti aervlcea at Ilia front whlla a tler-ma- n (irniTiilly llifre nri- - tun nf clrclea over tha conaresatlon. CIIAITnit IV Knir-ey'command roes rnriN In u mnl In n almrt lltui' tnlti tha front-Un- a trrnchee anl la under llif.v tin' l iiml Kri'itny, ymt tire ror tha flrat tlna, from llll hanlly (I'll lllf lirr nf CHAITKIl V Kmfwy- learns to adopt tha moltn of tha llrtlah Tommy, "If you tlii mv nf liriirta. The iminTi nf thc art (i!n( to Kit It, you'll s't It, ao niter iloi'kM Miini'tliiM'a (tiiiih'act'inl In li'nti worry." k In Ihi'iu nfliT iiiiii li maxliiK. IMIAITKIl Vl-l- lai MUete. seta hla nrat eiferlence aa a meee S.i Jim M'f, Mr. Alklni lini III fun woierlr learnt how tht tnUi'il In ullli hU li.irilnlilpi mill, rilAITKIt IlrltUh aoljlrra are fed. In Kipulnr hcllrf, I In- - nink mi'l rllAITIIlt VIII- - Mark In tha front-UnUN nf tlu rl ( I -- i nrtiiy In t lie Iri'iKlu'i trench, l'miay aeea hla flrat frlrml of tha In iiiio lili; ImiHiy fumlly. Sim In Irentiiea "so Wrat makea hla drat' Hi Mlnml, 1 unt fail mi nlil Met'llAITEIt Nell to A flucout In "ritilcIJa litu-h.!iifTprliimry runliT, uhlili Kntn m' OIIAPTKIt X Kmpey learna what npiiiinii nf mi I'lmlMmnHi iilmiit mi a "day'e work' In tha front-Un- a I trench. In it Til .Mllnilr Man'a hnrkiil "ovrr tha liy"w Klun Ki'llii-r'a- . K0 rltAITKIl Hut I fnuii'l Tntu top' for tha flrat tlma In a rharee on Ilia t iu nf lunlft llllil it Herman trenthea ami la wounded by a My In hi lln karooet thruat llimiiKli nml llimusli. He ni'tiT iolna tha "eut-eld- e lliliika nf kniM kliik' lili CIIAITKU nillivrx. If otto rluh aa tha bombing eijusd la railed. ii ml Tummy Tommy ctta an liinki'a it rixlly inlxtiiki t'HAITRK Xlll-l'a- ch mrlal bath. ui) a wltli lili IiIihkI, IIiiTi Ih mi Ken-m- il XIV-Kmhe'pa flic an I'llAITKIt iiiuilitllilmllnll nf tilt nllln'r. lit' advanced trenrli under (lermatl lire. Jut plllttt. It Ik I'Siictly tin Mime "Itatenlnr post" In CIIAITKIt XV-- On II "in ultli tin Unlit llricuilt nt u l.end. No Man'a artillerymen "put I In liirln. ita In any f i CHAITKIl XVI-T- wo ir nf Cullli!l, one over" on uld I'epper. their regimental Ni commander, iii' t'linpt'llt uml -lAot: IVrnniiJlly per haa narrow p 1 rt'iiiiiulHT u llllli- liuiilt'iit ulirrtf CIIAITKIt X while utt patrol duty la No Man'a by th I I. 1918. fiYNOPSIS. ft crnm In rnrnr rliflltniwl flflil with ti'iirn In liln ryt ni In nni!i tha Ami n IIIIIp Inlrr rIinH lii'inl nvi r ii uniimlnl mini nn n ntrrtcli-cr- , pnttlnc tiliu nn llir tifinl. Mnrt tliiiu niirt III u linipltiri I liuvr fmi n lllliil HiiI Cmi iiurrt frlrlilni; nl'llor, llllil )nrr)lns fur n wnumlnl iHTllilpa till nut uho In civil lift' Hit mill nt Iiit liark ilnnr. To-il.iKin tin! nut 'drink frntn IIkIiIIii.' IiN fui; or t'lfii Aiililni; liln erltrj Inxly, rt Tniniuy niluiln! AIIktI of IMsliini lit Is lint a pifliiT nf l.li'lli li illllN llll'lll, Willi llllil ll'M l.llt II i"".' nf "Int., Hint In-- Ii," It N "chiiii u uml w. will lukt It." It l iiinuliiir In iintlci tin illtTiTPtit dinriii-rUlifnf Hit Irhli, Si nti Ii itittt Tin Irlrli it r I Sr.ilcli i:nclUIi MiMlt-ri- . , n ri Inllv ili( ll It piy luli Ih" limn-- ! In liiiytiiit-- t IL'lillnir, I'iikII'Iiiiiiiii, lli'ituli ii lr:H" alnwir, iIih hit lilt; la' Ii hut iui'IImxIUiiI uml liui tin grip in u hull' .1" nn ii (iiptiii-ii- l hltiini. Hi Mower to think; lint l Hit rt'iimii v!iy lit niTtT knont wlit-In l llckt'il. 'l'wt'iity iiilliulit liffnrt pilui nviT till Inp lln Kiull-J- l Tiillllliy will alt nil lln lln l i'i mnl Hmrnimlily t'saiiiliu Hit iiiiflninlm nf lili rlllo In w't Hint II Ii In wnrklii' nriliT nml will Ii rt- - pmp-- i rly. A f r Dili Mitiiliiiillnii lie Is mill rraily In lli.vt til Ilni lli'S. Hut Hit lrlliiiinii nr Scnli'liiiinii alii on Hit Mr .tt'i, lilt rltU wltli lui)nnt't klifon. Hit liutt nf llsnl Iictw coil t"t CHAITKIl XVIII -- Hack In reat billets Kmpey wrt'ea an I etaaea a fare comedy. waya to abiuee themaelvea awn machine ' CIIAITKIt leri while "on their haa many le.llis lea." votuileera for CHAITKIl gun eertUe and foea back Into trenchee. the front-lin- e per ln go" CHAITKIl XXI-K- m "over th lop" In a rharse which coal hla ermpany II killed and 11 wounded. with a machine CIIAITEIl XXII-Tr- lrk sun atlencea una totheraoma Frits. CIIAITKK XXIII- - (lerman attack, by Ka wait, la repulaed 10 la forre-CHAITKIl XXIV-Km- py taka part In an execution aa a member af tha tlrlnc euail prepare for CHAITKIl XXV-Ilrtlbattle of tha Hon. mo. tha liitr I'ueh-t- ha a trench raid, CHAITKIl XXVI-- In tha ll'r l"ueh, Kmy la .In baralely wounded and Ilea lirHunacloua In houra No Man'a I and for four mrnlha CHAITKIl XXVII-Af- ler In a llrlllah hoepltal. Kmpey la dlerharxnl aa ph alt ally unflt for rurther aar aerv prarar, finplne flint one nf lilt tray" will ret wimo iMinr liniupMtlni r'rltz In tin nappiT Imnilnil nf ynnli lilnil lln linn. It Ki'inTiilly iliit-n- : that'll Hit' nii.mii thr Itnolit'i lnitp tlir rann from I'rlu'n liln. Tin Samm, tliniicli lifltor tlian lhi l'rii1iini mnl HinnrlitiH, luitt u tumty Inill nf Irfiii licry In their tiinlieiip. At nut mint nf tin line white Hit' trenches 'ere .iry clme, n stake wan ilrlven Iritei Hi" sriminl iiililnuy lie-Ineeu tin linilllt lluei. At tik'ht when It wiih lil i turn, Tummy wnulil eruwl to till ;lnkt' nml iittaeli mini t!iiliri papert to It, while nt Hit fnnt lit wnuli) place tint nf liully heel, fiicn, nweetH, nliil oilier ilellenelei Hint In linil re- tvlveil frntn ltll;lily In Hit ever looked fnr pareel. Ijiler nn I'rllJ! wnulil enme nut uml fl llitst luxurlei. The next nlslit Tommy wcnM p nut to t e what I'rllr. put Into lilt -- tin kin;. The ilnnatlon irenenilly cnnililetl of u pnper frmii Ilerlln, lelllni; wlm win v. limine the war. nmietlniieil Fiiuiaitei, nml tw'tiilumilly n llltle lieer, hut u funny IIiIiil. Tmtitny neer with the Imit iinle'i It win nf him. UN platnnn cot II whltT nf hli lirrath nne nlclit nml the ofTi'milii! Tommy hut hit Jnh, fine nlcht n ynune I'n:IMi serseant crawletl In tht stake nml ui he tried tn ilelnih the (iefmiin paper n Immli and luuiii'led lilm hnrrlhly. I'rllr. t linil a trap mid Kaliittl iinuther .lc-tlwhich win niily nne mnrt lilaik mark ncalmt him In the honk nf thN war. rmni that Hint nn diplomatic relations were nevcred. Uelurolns tn Tiimtny. I Ihlnk hli spirit H lit'Kt ahuwn In the iUe-tliu- ii he uki. It Ii ne,er- "who Ii pilni" to win" hut alrtuji "how- Inns will It take" lf CHAPTER XX. Vp were sulminln "Chati With Fritz." In timney. llien'rli-.il 'he ricelpls nf nur from Over the Top" By An Americin Soldltr Who Went ARTHUR GUY EHPEY Mttktnt dinner Stielnf In Ftlntt lUeerrUjBi. mil, ("ontinunl from irJii Uer arl lat week and had furfnltcu nil nliuut the war, when an order came tliruil;li that nur hrlcnile wnulil nirnlil take titer their sector of the line. The day that then order were lil med our captain the enm-uiiimid iisked fnr Miluuteen to co to he Machine (lini cIkhi at St. Omar. I tnlunleeretl nml wus accepted. Sixteen men frtuii nur bripnle left In machine riinnery. ciiur-- t fnr the Thli ctiurse lutetl two weeki ami we rejoined nur unit anil were tiss;nisl In 'lie hrlfiule mnrhlui en 11 cninpauy. It almn-- t hrnkt my heart tn leave my ciniinny unites. The mill we utsl was the Vlekers. Light --tin, water cnoletl. I was still 11 member of the Suicide chili, hating Jumped from the frlng pan Into the lire. I was In soctlnii 1, gun Nn. und the tlrst time "In" tisik ptisltinn in the frnut-Ilu- e Hurlng Ihe day our gun would be llsinnuntet nn the fire step ready fnr Instant uf. Wt shared 11 dugout with the Lewis gunners. At "stand tn" we would mount nur gun on the parapet It until "stand mid go on tvntch tlnwn" 111 the mnrnlng. Then the gun would he tllnnoiinleil uml ngalii placed In readiness on the fire step. We did eight days lu the front-lin- e trench without mi.ttlilug unusual outside of the orillniiry trench routine. On the night Hint we were to "curry nut," n Itnmblng mid against the nenmin lines was pulled off. This milling party cnnslsted nf sixty cninpauy men. sixteen bombers, nml four machine gum with their crews. The raid took the Itoches by surprise uml wus 11 complete suet-en- . the party bringing back twenty-on- e prisoners. The flennnni limit have been nwful-l- y sore, hecnuit they turned loose 11 hnrrage nf shrapnel, wllh 11 few "Minnies" und "whizz bangs" Intermixed. The shells were dropping Into our front line like lmUstuncs. Tn get even, we could have left lln In the lire trench. Ill chargt nf the men on guanl nml let them click nt I'rltz'H strufclng Imt Tommy treat prisoners that way. i'lve nf them were brought Into my dugout und turned titer In nie mi Hint they wnuld be safe from the (lerman lire. In the cundlellght, they looked wry much shaken, nertes gnne ami chalky faces, with the exceptlnii nf nne, 11 grcut big fellow. He hsiked wry much ut ease, I liked lilm from Ihe start. I got nut the rum Jar nml gave cin.li a nip nml pus-e- tl iilnujid suliie fugs, the old reliable Wootlhlnei. The nlher prlsuners hsiktsl llielr gnilltude. hut the big ft llnw sahl III lingllsli, 'Thank .tun. sir, the rum Is excellent uml I appreciate It, aim your kindness." He luld me his nam was Carl Ili'.vurluti Schmidt, of Ihe Sixty-sixtLight Infantry; that he hail lived six years In New Ynrk (knew the city better than I did), hail been to Coney Island uml many of our hull games. He was u regular fun. I couldn't make him bellete Hint llaus Wagner wasn't the best hull plujer In the world. I'rnm New York he had gone to Ijiii-dowhere he worked 11s 11 waller In Ihe Hotel Ittnttell. Just before Hie wur lie weiit homo tn (Scriuauy to see his parents, the war came and he wus conscripted. He (old uie he wus very Mirry In hear that Loudon win in rulus from Ihe Zeppelin raids. I could not con vlnco him otherwise, for hudn't he seen moving pictures In one of the (lerinaii cities of St, Paul's cathedral In rulm. I changed the subject because hu i so aluhliorn In hla belief. It wm my Inteiitlon to try 'ami pump hliu for Information as to tho methods of th (teriiian anlcrs, who hud been causing u trouble hi the lust few days. I broached Hie subject and he shut up like 11 1 lam. After a few wlnuttM be very Innocently said; tenture. trenih. Meeting a Gas and Inlantry Attack. twenl) of lit were lent nn n trench which is'rhaps Is slnklni: Into the mud i I rilhl. null- lun ,if Ha pwtiirnln- - Imt I -- the Imlt fiitlhllft In tipeued wllh 11 ' ' will It'll I hi" xlnr laler nil. team tif hnrsei It Is mi rui- - hut he I said ll ii hie happy fumlly. mid spits tin his slec.e nml slnwty sillhei no It la, hut n In all happy fumlllei. there lire nen mill, mi III the HrllUh his ha.Minet: when this Is dune he also Is ready to tiritue with I 'rim. nrmy there nrt nio mtuiiIi, nllleera It Is not necessary to mention the 'rnula, nr 't. S." in Ihey lire termt'tl. cnlniiiuls (the ('iiiiaillani, In the Amerlt'iiii nrmy lln- - iummuii inline fnr them la "tlni: rnhhen." Krnm uml New eHlamlers), the whnle world urit . knoua what the) have dune fnr l'ng-Iu ttniiriiiiy lu the I'm-llt-pnH-r(ItTIce-u- t Kainey i l.nery Stahl- ml. Wlunlnii 4'hiirclilll made the Mnle-meti- t, The Aiistrnlliiii and New ealamler Keutiit'Xv Liim'nstcr. ni far in I inn remt'iiiher. Hint the otllcera' lu the Hrilloh Is termed the "Anuc," taklue the fnrtt tnlaletl neurly two hundred inline (mill the tirst letters nf llielr ilfsliiiiutluu, Austrullaii unit New I. He tin linil that IliU t'Hluml nrmy cuipi. Iwn hundred IhmiMiml exeep-tlnmill- y l iniiimy ilhhles Hie (ermuii nrmy cimhI uml tluhten from the iittiinl Urine line, ilfiluiliii: Into three classes uccniillii to their that the nlllteri, when aeliH'lllli; II lllllll llshtlui: uhllllles. They rank as folDIRECTOR tllll), p'llt'nilly picked the lows: I'riissJuue, lUwirl.tnx ami Sax-nufnr OMIl'i- - ()er Nalinnal Hnnk. iiiuii who had hevn nut the lnti!ct uml resl-m- i When tip iipiliitt u I'ms-la- n knew Hie rii'ies. )l!'ce I'linne "J7 Heihlci'Cf I'litnie 3. nt It is :i case nf ktvp jmr napper I Had Hint Hut f it mi my l,AN ASTKIt. KY. 11 Iririri perrenliii;t." nf the tl". helow the paraptt and duck, A all the time ml 11 war Ii nil. The Hie Unci i:n titer lln Inp, hut lluwirlaus are little belter, hut the irlliej Mry lu t'lis-- i mid ure falUuei, I'lirud.'t nr tlillli. Sumiiih are nl r)y i;nod wllllnc to luliave us t'hli work Is 11a nisvxary 111 uclnally I take It easy, hut yuu can-no- t ti ii' lu mi iittiu k, therefiire I think t rtt- -t any uf them iitcrltniK- It wnulil Ih Kife In Miy that Hrt At ulie isilnt nf the Hue the cm lies wnrk nf the two hundred tlmii-Mint liirt.s t . . yards apart. s mil I itll:ll In llfly Hiiillslllll we.v 1.I1..111 Kv Paint. iicV. Thix siiiuids huirllde hut In tact It was men who are nil stru.uht military dun y, hecue iielthi r side could shell Instance, ntHi-crties. In nuiiit'iinthe ciieni)' frnut-lintrein.Ii fur leill' seitmits liolil Hit rank nf tlulles shells vnn'd diup lulu llielr own. This the Mime .lini they uml uullimllv nf 11 litltler, the nne 1 Undiluted urtlilcry tire. lrl(M uUlU1: lilm precedence ner the In Ihest Irein lies when up n jnilnast VETERINARIAN. nlher M'rlllUlo. Hit I'riissluiii niid llmiiiliuis, Tniniuy There lire hits of uiiiuslni: Ktnrle-- i linil it hot Hmeiif II, hut when tht Sax-mi- s Call. AntwrreJ Promptly Day "tisik titer" It was 11 picnic; they told nf "O. S." lint tin nut' nf niir luujurx went Into would Jell iicittss Hint they were Ntlt't. rhon. 3t7. I1III1 1 uml I'niiiineiiceU nml wnulil lint tire, Ilulh aides the KKN rtJCKY. "l.lliiilln" ut them, aa.tlni: Hint his would sit nil lln pnrapet and curry nu l.AfK I. horse I1.1J no straw uml Hint he per :i uMiM'i'Millun. This Keucnilly huvr unit li wmully knew Hint si raw hud heeu Is-- , nf ToIIIIliy tellllii: 1 hiitst fnr this pursi-e- , lie culled tin.' he luted the kali r, while the S.IUUH laiitv cnrjMirul In iiccuuut. The enr--I lriftn int-t- l Tniniuy llml Kin; (uure (Hirul iiiMweml, "inline uie, sir, I lie wus 11 p.irllcular friend nf lln lrs and ' slruvv whs Issued, hut then' wasn't hnptsl that he wus tlulu;; liU'cly. Flue Cut Flowers. j left oier from the scrtuuls' When the Suxuili wen to he relletcd heils; lu fuel, we luld In Use snine of hy I'riisslaus nr ll.it iirlans, they wui'.ld 'ay to Yip mil, sir, the liifunnalluii ucrnss No Man'a I yell this John M. McRoberts. J I.und und Tommy would iiniiusllatcly It Is needless to say that the scrv ", nuts illspeusetl wllh their roft lietl tiimhlt lulo Ids Ireticli und keep hh. head ilott 11, lliut parllculur uliilit A. WHEELER If tin KukIIsIi teiElmeiit wus lo be reNt.verlhelesa It la not the fault of Hie ludltlduul ulllccr, It Is Just the Mir-- 1 lletcd by the wild Irish, Tnuiuiy would DENTIST tlvul of u iUtilnt old Kiistle.li cuslulu. tell the Siixonx, nml liuiiietllalely a Mil-le- y of "Ilulllicr und Hlitxeiis" 11111I1I runiiut hi) I You kuow uu l'nillahiuuii . KKNTUCKY. be heard uml It wus 1'rltz's turn to ict ihunicetl lu u day. otllcer Is a a crick In his buck from stiHipliie, und Hut Hit' uveruse Kusllt-I Olllce over Stormeri Drug Stole, food tHirt. Hi' will sit oil u tiro alcp the people In llcrllu would close llitlt -1 p.m. 730-9p.- in a.m. llouri und listen respectfully to l'rivuto windows. Usually when un Irishman hikes oyer Tnnta' thenr. nf tht whv Ihe war ' nnnKKEEPING ahould be rouducted. . This tvtir la rt trench, Just before "slum! down" tn Hie luurnlni:, he sik-k.- i Ids rlile over ailaiaa.Phaaairapay gradually rruiuhlliii: the oncv the top, ulmed in the direction of llcrwull of cuatc. kiiown TELEGRAPHY juu woum no convinceu ui una 11 llu, and eiiKai'cs lu what Isconsists us of could are It'luu (leorift 0 nuioui; the "mad minute." This Vn.Mft.IMITHHtlN IIIpy.l-lT0tlrlug tlftecu thnts In a minute. He . - - ... BUM A f r.. Va Hertaallle Jbll tuco 011 uu lnsiectlng tour under .7 Ii not aiming ut anything In particular alaa lean eariaar aew, 'fitt, or puuitj befort) aa4 baakkul bselaaai. little woodeu n Juit sendj over each aliot wltb a aw UKaWaUVal it. aUTU,L7aaiaai CARDS, Or. Wm. 0. Pryor, VetKrinary Sin poor and Dem .J. A. Beazlev M. J. PA I'U'ICK. - Or. Pri'ntus IValknr Honaker w. i About Tum. The uext evening we were relieved oy th th brigade, and once again returned lo rest billets. Cpon arriving at lhee billets we were given twenty-fou- r hours; In which to clean up. I had Just flilihed getting lh mud from my unlfoim when Ihe orderly sergeant In fnrmttl m that my n.itno was In orders 1 neii." to leave, and Hint t wan In report lo Then he paused, waiting fnr me lo Hie orderly rnnm in Ihe mnrnlng fnr orbite, I s'lpMii. ders, truhssrtn!lun mid rallnm. I bit nil right and niketl Mm why tin I nearly bud a fit, hustled about sniper was punished fnr I lllng nn parking up. Idling my park with I.ngllsh general. With a smile he re-- i surh us shell bends, dud bombi I piled: nose enps, shrapnel balls, und a Prus"Well, ynu see. If nil the I'liglMi gen j sian guardsman's h dnitt. In fact, h. ernls were k.l'ed, there wnuld he tin fnri I turned lu that night, l had everynne left to make ooUly inlitakei." thing reiily to report at the orderly I shut lilm up. he n gelling tnn mini at nine the next mnrnlng, fresh for 11 prisoner. After n while he I was the enty of th. whole section, nt me and I winked hie!.--, t lull swiinklhg around, telling winked of Hie gom! the escort rutin to take the prlom-- r lime I was gnlng tn have, the places I to the rear. I .shook hands und wished would vllt. and the real, old KnglMi him "The b.Mt of luck uml 11 safe jour beer I Intended lo guzzle. Sort of ney In r.IUhly." rubliisl It Into them, becnuie they nil I liked that prisoner, he wns 11 fine do It. and now lh.it It wus my turn. I fellow, hail u:i Iron Cross, tnn. I too!: pains to get my own hack. tn keep It out of sight, or At nine I some Topitny wnuld be M'lidlng It home ceiving my reported, to the eaptnln. retravel order and pass. IP lo his girl In Hllghty ns a sutitcnlr. asked me how much money I wanted One dark nml rainy night while on to draw. I glibly answered, "Three guard we were lisiklng titer the tnp .iiiiulred friincs, sir;" he Juit as glibly from the lln step nf nur front-lin- e banded me one hundrisl. trench, when we heard n noise immelleportlng at brigade headquarters, diately In front of nur barbed wire. vith lay pack weighing n tnn. I waited, The sentry next lo me challenged. with fnrty others, for the adjutant tn "Halt, who enmei there J" nml brought Inspect us. After uu hour's wait, he I1I1 rlllr to the aim. Hli challenge win came out ; must have been sore because nniv.crctl In Herman. A captain In the he wasn't going with us. next traverse climbed tipnii the sandThe quartermaster sergeant issued bagged parapet tn liiteitlgnte u brave 111 two days' rations. In a little whlto hut IiBilliardy deed "Crack" went 11 canvas ration bag, which we tied to bullet ami he tumbled h:ck Into the our belts. trench with 11 hub through his stmnach Then two mutnr lurries came along and tiled 11 few minutes later. A Iniici nrpnr.il In Hi t"xt platnnn was so en-- ' and we piled In. laughing. Joking, ami raged t the captain's death that he l:i Ihe best of spirits. We even loved thuckfd 11 Mills bomb In Hie illrecllnn Ihe Hermans, we were feeling so happy. nf the hoist v.hh the shinned fuming Our Journey to seven days' bliss In tn tn: "Hack ynur napperi. my lucky llllghty had commenced. The ride In the lorry lasted about l.'iiK" A sharp dynamite renirt, u Hare two hours; by this time we were cov111 front nf lis. uml then silence. We Immediately sent up two star ered with line, white dust from the road, but didn't mind, even If we were -- litils, anil In their light could see two choking. dark forms !; ;u on the grouftd clne nearly At the railroad station at F we j In our wire. A sergeant and four stretcher-bearewent nut In front and reported to an otllcer, who had a white stain returned, inrr'ting two limn band around his arm, which rend "It.' Ofllcer). hoilles. In the ilugnut, In the T. O." (ltoyal Transportation dickering light nf three randies, we To ui this otllcer was Santa Claus. The sergeant In charge showed lilm aw that they were two (ermnn one'n captain and Ihe other nn nur orders; he glanced through them tinlerolnzler. 11 rank one grade higher anil said: "Make yourselves comfortthan 11 sergeant general, but below the able on the platform und don't leave; the train Is liable to be along In, live grade of lieutenant. The captain's face had been nlmnt minutes or live hours." It came In live Iiuurs, a string of completely torn utt ay by the bnmh's explosion. The unternfllrler was alive, eleten match boxes on big, high wheels, drawn by a dinky UtUe engine breathing wllh difficulty. In 11 few minutes lit iipeiied his eyes and blinked lu with the "con." These match boxes were cattle cars, on the sides of which the glure nf the candles. was painted the old familiar sign, The pair had evidently been drink ing heatlly. fnr the alcnhul fumes were "Ilommes 4(1, Chevaux 8." The It. T. O. stuck us all Into one -- li kening und completely pervaded the ilugnut. I turned away In disgust. car. We didn't care; It was as good is a Pullman to us. halliii' tn see 11 man cross the fireut Two tlays we spent on thut train, full nf bonze. One of our ottlcen conbl speak fler- - bumping, stopping. Jerking ahead, and m.in und he uestluncd the tl,tlng man. sometimes sliding back. At three staIn n faint voice. Interrupted by fro- - tions we stopped long enough to make ipient hlcctiughs, the unternflizler told some tea, hut were unuble to wash, so , where we when we arrived at II his story. There had been a drinking bout were to embark for llllghty, we were mining the olticers In one of the Her- as black as Turcoi and. with our unman dugouts, the main beverage being shaven faces, we looked like a lot of humpiigne. With a drunken leer he trumps. Though tired oat, we were happy. Informed 111 that chumpagne was plenWe had packed up, preparatory to tiful on their side and that It did not detraining, when a It. T. O. held up his cnt them anything either, Alsiut seven hum! for us to stop where we were that night the conversation had turned to Ihe "contemptible" Kngllsli, und the and came over. This Is what he said 1 captain hail luiiile a wager Hint he wnulil hang his cap on the Kngllsli i barbed wire to show his contempt for the Kngllsli sentries. The wager was acis-ptetAt eight o'clock the captain mil he had crept out Into Nn Mun's Ut!tl to curry out this wager. They hud gotten about halfway ncrnsK when the drink took effect nml Hie captain fell asleep. After nbniit twn hniirs nf tain attempts the unler-nttlzihad at lat slice led In waking the iiipialn. reminded lilm nf his bet, nml wiirued him that he would be tht liumliliiL-- stock nf the nlllcers' mess If he did lint nccouiptl-- h his object, but I the captain was trembling nil titer and nu returning to the (iernuili lines. In the darkuesii they In- -t llielr beurlngs anil crawled tntvnrd the Kngllsli treni lies. They reached the Imrbetl wire and were suddenly challenged by nur sentry. Itelng too drunk to realize that the challenge was In l'ngli-- h, the captain refused to crawl buck. Finally the uulerotllzler cunt lin ed his silperlnr Hint they were 111 front nt the Kngllsli wire. Realizing this too late, the cap tain drew Ids revolver and with a mutDead Bodies Everywhere. tered curse llred blindly towunl our trench. Ills bullet no doubt killed our "ll.ijs. I'm wirry, but urders have Just captain. been reccltetl cancelling all leave. If Then the boinh came over anil there yuu had been three liuurs earlier you he wus, tl) lug and a good Job too, we would have gotten uwuy. Just stay lu thought. The cnptiilii dentil Well, his that train, us It Is going back. Nation men wouldn't weep ut the liens. will be Issued to you for your return Without giving us any further Infor Journey to your respective stations, mation the iintcrolllzier died. lleustly rotten, I know," Then he left. We searched I lie bodies for Identifi A dead alienee resulted. Then men cation disks but Ihey hud left everystnrtetl In curse, threw their rllles on thing behind before starting on their the floor of the car; others said nothfoolhardy errand. ing, seemed to be stupefied, while some Next afternoon we burled them In hud the teurs ruunlug down their our Utile cemetery apart from the checks. It w as u bitter disappointment graves of the Tommies. If you ever to all. go Into that cemetery yuu will see two I low wo blinded ut the engineer of little wooden crosses In the corner of that train; It waa all hla fault (so we. the cemetery set unuy from tha reat. reasoned) ; w hy hudn't he speeded up a They read ; little or been on time, then we would Captain have gotten off before the order arHerman Army rived! Now It waa no llllghty for us. 1010 Died That return Jouruey waa misery tu Unknow n us; I Just can't describe It. n. 1. v. When we got back to rest billets, we found that our brigade was In the UDterotttrler trenches (another agreeable surprise) German Army and that au attack was contemplated. 1U18 Died will never Seventeeu of the forty-on- e Unknown fet another chance to go on leave; 11 L I. they were killed In the attack. Just (CONTINUED NEXT WEEK.) "Ocrmnrt anlpor get pair! rewards for killing the Kngllsli." I rngerly niked, "What arc they?' H answcrisl: Tor killing or wounding nn English prlvnle, the siilir gels one mark. Tor killing or wounding nn I'ngllsh otllcer he gets tlt e mirks, hut If he kills 11 lied Cup nr r.nzllsh general, lh sniper gets twenty-nn- t days Hist tn the wheel nf n Umber us punishment fur hli (nrelesv 3 CHAPTER XXI. The Central Record, Thursday, July 11, 1918. PROGRAM OK BEAUTIFUL ENIGMA Dy JACK LAWTON. GARRARD CO, CHRISTIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL TO HE 1IKI.D AT CONVENTION Paint Lick, Tuesday July ip.risM m, w'itfrn wip.pt 1 1 in tn i For Hi" fourth time since hi" had seated himself lit Hie lintel table. Hob Whiting turned deliberately In look toward tlm entrance. Tlien with contemptuous Impatience lie continued tn study tils menu niril. What Kcv. Howling. lilm Hint he rnuM lint go on with his devotional I'eriod meal In eimlenlmi'iil, until Hint clrl Mrs. Clyde Withers 1. The Ten Point of KtNcicncy ll whs a' will In be honest II. V. linftin with oneself. '2. The Bible School nnd Kvangelism In Garrnnl County From Hie moment tier dark eyes hud tamet hi' across Hie wldle-prcn- d 3. Business Session. llies, he hml been ns bewitched. though Miss Unlet Lewis. . 4, Elementary Work girl's glanre had been ns Indlfier-- , the Howard Uraielton. rnt n It wns iinronrliu. "Thcltcau-tlfu- l 6. The Bible nn.l THAT BOY anil THAT (JIttt Enigma" Hiey laughingly dubbed 0. Noon Recess. Hie clrl, who appeared lis ll guest, e lilnne nml nlnlT, nt Hie falilnnnble AFTERNOON SESSION 1:30. rvnrt. ltnli Whiting's pttrpoe In spending Henry Moore. Devotional Period. 1. Ids vacation here was tn be near jmine 2. Enlisting The Church Membership in the Bible School,. .J. M. Metcatf. friends. whoe war training ramp was not far illtiint. This wn really bis 3. The Tenojier' Opportunity to Present the Plea of The Disciples encouraging farewell tn Hie buys beJ. H. Moorman. fore they salbil overseas. of Christ To The Pupils, "At tr.ldnlcht, or near then." Hie 4. Report of Committees. lads Insisted, "she might iifteii Problems of Elementary Department...-- . 5. Round Table Talks on -en tuislenlnc down the llctit.il way, . Mrs. I 0. Davidson and Miss Huzel Lewis. when she returned a man f distinguished nppennince and inlllliiry hearHomer Carpenter. 0. Address, ing snmetlmes accompanied tier. Tinman wn an undelralile frequenter of Hie seaside community, a gambler. It bad been v bNpercd." Itnh Wliltlne, recalling Hie-- e confiItnw bud dences, groaned 111 .plrll. lilm wlih Ibis tinkmmn clrl nlro-wan nnlenl longing fur tier presence, this mnre H.nn eiicer determination" tn of field fence just received. Bet- Il.it danced curl-nud- y know her better. nt Hie flower Uin her brcnt, turn ,wr inch day Hie corsage was ber only gst itjwhile youjcan.l odor, and tn bis fancy. Hie flowers bad In express lier viirjlng moods. "The Iteaullfiil departs." n laughing voice remarked nt Ills ellmiv. "Old military, with tils spruce gct-ujIs watting outside. Queer combination, those two. They ny the man KENTUCKY. MANSE, raked In a fortune lat night." Irately silent. Hob roe tn tils feet. "CikmI night." railed Harney Innocent-l- y oblivious. Itoli Wliltlne had walked Hie length of the pier before lie realized the futility of his Indignation. "Wtiat bad lie to riujulth the girl?" Acaln he fiercely himself the ipiestlon. "Why shi.u!d the knowledge of her associates brine hlin torturel" Then Jilt below upon the bench he khiv Openly, reluctant, the gambler her. was releasing her hand. "Here nt eleven tonight." he said clearly, and the clrl nodded, (ilnnclng upward she seemed to recognize Hob's dnrkenlne face, for her own Hushed vMhly. He wnlrhed her white dress until It disappeared before lilm within the is hotel doors, then cloomll.v he chose a sold Mi'ludisl corner of the ernndii. Was Surriy the clrl utterly unbcfrlended? her eyes were the wide, clear eyes of child. And no woman was accusit tomed to pass unattended nt nlcht thrniich these cay streets, thriinced with stranger from many lands, lie himself woiibl wait, would go with her. If he could not dare Hi! much, then the ipiestlmi of hi heart wa not worth settling. So when Hie clrl came warily forth later, slipping like some small white ghost out Into the ilarknes. Itob Wliltlne followed. At the descent from Hie pier she turned quickly Hint faced him. asked quietly, "do ynn "Why," come till way?" "To watch over you," he answered promptly. The clrl shrugged tier 'boulders. "You take n Co "I deal Umiii joiirself." she said. will-no'Terhnps Hob's tone was resolute, I I do," he agreed. "Neierlbeb- -, Intend to nssnre myself Hint you ure nwsiro'of the fact that thl man whom you meet here at lilsht Is notorious as . n gambler. "I The clrl cuuclit her lireath. Then wondering!)' know," she said. she lecarded lilm. "Why should you Swift & tell care about met" she linked. "I only know Hint I do care," Ilb of cattle, unsnerisl tensely. There was n long silence before the price fresh will "I am inoud to clrl aealn spoke. on sale. confide In you." she said tremulously. "Thl notorious eambler I mv fa consale, ther. Tor this fault be and my iiiotb er liae been separated, She I now all ditions change, price of tiiMilld eonlliied to her room here nt also change. the hotel. I am Mel.lne u reioncllla-Ho- n between theiii both, based upon the proinNo to forsake Ids way, which my father I to give me loiilslit. My meeting with lilm had to be selimits profit to 9 on cret, mother would have resented Intervention." capital in Down the beach raiiie a man's erect figure, "flood nlcht," whispered t lie is 2 clrl, but Itob llngensl. dollar of sales. No "If I may, I will wait to walk back wlli oii," he said. And In the girl's profit is smile he read consent. 16th. ioeod mm Having sold my farm, one mile East of I will on, Bry-antsvill- e, Thursday, duly 18th, '18 at nine o'clock, sell the following property: One horse, nine years old, 1G hands high, will work anyplace; one brood mare 10 years old, with mare nnile by side; one brood mare, 4 years old, with horse mule by J side: one brood mare, 9 years old with horse mule by side; one brood mare 11 years old, witli horse mule by side; 2 work mares, G years old, 1G 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 M 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 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. 1G hill-sid- e plow; 3 double shovels; 1 saddle, good as new; 1 hog box; sled; corn drill; set of wire fence stretchers; 1 good 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. FARMERS kOOK. ter Ai:;v bt 6ox ALedford 1- -2 two-hors- 1 Meat Must Be Sold Fresh meat perishable. It must be within about two weeks for whatever it will bring. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. NEW AUTOMOBILE LAWS. Joel Marsee A certain amount of beef is frozen for foreign shipment, but domestic markets demand fresh, chilled, unfrozen bee Swift & Company cannot increase prices by withholding meat, bet cause it keep fresh and salable for more than a few days after it reaches the market. Company cannot at the time purchasing meat what bring when put If between purchase and market the meat must The Food Administration per cent our invested the meat departments. This about cents per guaranteed, and the risk of loss is not eliminated. , As a matter of fact, meat is often sold at a loss because of the need of selling it before it spoils. Swift & Company, U.S.A. Some Facts About Facts. Is a valuable thing and ought tn be saved up. Shirt u salngs ac count of farts. They have the stran-Keway of popping up Just when they're needed If you've stored Hieiu uwny. The school house Is Hie main factory. A man fciild to us the other day that what he learned before he was 15 was worth more than all lie had ever learned since. The more nu leurn before you lire 13 Hie more time you'll have to lenrn Inter. Persouully we would rather huve a fat ravings account of finis than of dollars. A dollar wilt cum from .1 tn 0 per cent. A first-clas- s fart may some day rum you 110,000. The American Boy. A fact the road within n distance of 75 feet Miss Itosa Turner of Hubble, visitnhriul of the car This is done to ed Misses Mary ami Kllen Turner lights last Saturday night and Sunday. top the use of the blinding unci drivers that have caused so many accidents. Automobile owners Mrs. W. M. Smith and daughters. must make up their minds to obey The use of spot lights for road driv- Misses I.ula ami Kmma, spent last the new automobile laws or suffer the ing is prohibited. This section of Wednesday with Mrs, Itobert Y.iter. Kvery provision of the law means that you must not consequences. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Turner had a the law is n good one and no man has leave your car at any place on a pubof Mr. any reasonable excuse1 to violate it. lic highway without lights. Hereto- reunion of the family in honor Shelby-villi- -, Among the provisions of the new law fore motorists have been careful to and Mrs. Walter Turner, of Indiana. and the old law still in force are the keep lights burning when they were Mioses Mary and Amanda Adams following: Speed limit 25 milci per in n city, "but when they reach the hour. If you exceed this spoo l on ccuntry they would go otr and leave of Dnnville, and Kliinbeth Iluirher the county roads you lay youraclf their car without lights for half the of Corbin, are expecting to visit Mrs. Yantis, next week, liable to arrest and n fine of 15 to I night. To fix headlights so that they J. I. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner and $100. This law protects the motorist wili no, .i row Minding glare high using lne'er tnall forty.two Inches above the beautiful little daughter, Dorothy 11. ns well as other citizens roadr, for uny man Hut makes a,ron,ttay u j, 10t bsolutely neces-practic- e of Shelbyville, Ind., are spending Vf driving faster tha.i -- .ary to buy the expensive pntent some time with his parents, Mr. and miles per hour should he arreted for jerile4 tht are being sold. Some of Mrs. M. It. Turner. Incorporated towns the ,,atcllt 1nn,s urc ali tight anil d(J News was received last Wednesday nnd cities necessarily have orlinati- - tm, work lhal u clainu., for thcni from Homer Murphy, who is stationfixing the spee.l limit t 10 and but if 011C ,Ialrcs he mny , ccs ule ed at Camp Curtis Hay, M. 1)., that 15 nd'et per hour, sa remember when w(litt ,mint oll hulf o( (()c bLim jn he is liking it fine. lie is now on gunrd slow do.vn nnd hu headlights und comply with t!w duty. r.rc In town to Homer says he is perfectly . , .... SUI..; . , came within the required limit. satisfied and in the army is the very The provision of the law prohibit- j thc K,UM to scc ,nat ,t place for a boy. He says he likes is coiuld ine the use of "cut-outs- " tjie blinding shnft of light from ris- Cump Curtis Hay but had rather go ered by many the best part of the ing above the specified, heignt before ufter thc "Kaiser". new law. Many "ducks" think whv-going on u public rami. they they get into nn automobile As n parting injunction all motor should make all thc noise imssiblc. car owners lire urged to remember They race their engine nnd open the that the traffic is increasing so rapid cut out mainly to attract attention ly that thc utmost care nnd judgment Evtrjbody la Lancaster Eligible. Then others after must be used In the operation of a to themselves. passing you on the public highway car both in cities and on public highOld people stooped with suffering. to throw dust nil ways. Never forget that the other open their cut-ou- t Middle age, courageously lighting, over you. Truck drivers have made person, whether he be. in an uuto, ii Youth protesting impatiently: u practice of driving with their cut- horse vehicle or on foot, has just as Children, unable to explain; outs open all the time. Some people muih right to the public highway as All misery from their kidneys. declare the reason they do this is to you have and you should operate I'erhnps u little backache first. make so much noise that they can your cur with respect to his rights Urinary disorders dropsy may honestly sny they did not heur you and never lose sight of the fact that quickly follow, after you have followed them a mile IT IS HKTTKIt TO UK BAKU THAN Doan's Kidney Tills lire for weak or two in the choking dust blowing SOKItY. kidneys. your horn In an effort to induce them Are endorsed by thousands. to give you the hulf of the road you GUY. Here's Uinrastcr testimony, are entitled to. Ilesldes being a Mrs. II, C. CrutchlUdd, Stanford Little Kllznbcth I'mmis Yater is Ave., Uuuaiter, says: "My nuisance, the use of the cut-olittle boy works a great damage to macadam quite ill at this writing. was greatly troubled with weak kid roads, blowing the rock dust from begins nt old Antioch the neys and bad no control over their School thc roadbed and leaving it as clean first Monday In August. action, which caused no end of anas If it had been swept with a giganand trouble. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Walker spent noyance The child tic vacuum sweeper. This is u splen- Sunday with their daughter, Mrs Itoy looked badly. I got n box of Poun'a did provision and we hope it will be I'rather, Kidney Tills and began giving them throughout the rigidly enforced to directions. Mrs. It. I.. Mason of Arizona, is ex- to him accordingly State. (Strte-me- nt pected this week for a visit to Mrs. J. They promptly cured him." The lighting pnrt of the law pro given December 20, IfJlI). vides that every motor vehicle must I. Yantis. NO TROUBLE SINCE. Mr. und Mrs. Itobt. Yater spent have lights in both front und rear On November 17, 1010, Mr. when on public highway from one Thursday night with his parents, Mr. C'rutchficld said! "The cure Doun's one hour before and Mrs. Henry Yater. hour after sunseto Kidney Tills made for one of my The hcadlighti must bo so sunrise. Miss Lizzie Foley and Mr. Charlie children has been a lusting one." arranged that the shaft of light must Morris spent Sunday with Misses COc, at all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n 4'J inches above Mary nnd Kllen Turner. not rise more than Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. ' yj ,,,,,, The Contral Record. Thursday, July II, 1918. ncFti.irof fii 5 Hr ink GOOD TILLAGE IS ESSENTIAL TO BEST DEVELOPMENT OF ANY PEACH ORCHARD! wmm AUCTION SALE OF citizens National Bank ' Choice Farming Lands on On at 10 fjfe III ' .Vn M mn.K, KV.. AT TIIK Close of Cusir.cis. June 29, 1918 Wednesday! k m-l- 11 An Efficient Outfit for Tillage of Orchard IPrrpdre-- l Iiv tl-- til VM. It Much " ' " " III tthorn(;i.H. ' IJM.'i.i I'", i m ... ! I" I.I. 11 ' ..Tin, .1 I '! M .l,al Ml HI I .111. t II "I I.HW l. ll , a Hank M I, II . i, rt .rl Menial ; W" Ut I" hi in i .,i, in aMimlili. 'III.' Ii'..,. ii.ih.i imIHIih ' Nrr .ill ,.li . 1. ,r... IlilWrDMS I r I. i.ii a. cll . II... II ll.ll IJ, Tim of tli in. II, , Hi. ir . ii et ftlni. fni.1 i, J. s. Trmt- im r hi.i1 ihir Irnm I' TlinHOr TlltJI. ., ill Jl.s. J' :,.4 " Il7j. I IIV7 I'St.UDOOO nt Public Outcry to the Irigiicat and o'clock A. M., on tin- - farm, vo will on the bout liiddiT the fanning laiiils consisting ol' .iliout 2011 acres, situated Dnnville and Stanford pike close to the Koyle nml Lincoln County line, nbout I 'i miles from Danville, county seat of 1'oyle county, 5 miles from Stanford, county mat Rf Lincoln County, about I - miles from .function City, junction ol the Lognn the C. X. O. and T. I'. and the I., and X. rail ways, and known n Where Topography Broken anil Draft Is Heavy. lleimrt-ire"M-J- -J -- I.MHII.1TIKS. rNitNlMUHlkHhl III siir,ii.lnii.l I ml. ii... .1 iriilii li'" HM uwri.il ltr1stM-rlu-s.l.'7 I Iri'lilslH'K N'Hrianltlfttiil'llhiff... llllllilt,iiiiltisii HIlKjf .s).nlio J.H.M s.l.si; m .7 Mt 'arm. Will be olfered first in two tract, both to front on said pike and then as a whole, and the bid rimlbiiiK the most to be accepted. This Innd i nicely improved, well watered, highly productive, all tillable, nnd having two tenant houses and and lanre tobacco and .stock barn. There is no better purchase to be found in Central Kentucky either from the standpoint of quality of soil, convenience or desirability of location for a home, accessibility to niitrket, or yield per acre in crops. Well watered and thoroughly adapted to live stock. Xo waste land. Ownership is in itself a tfunraiiU'o 0f I otli income and prolH. - ii .inimtifiiii- -f mill' 15 difference of r.f.lnl.iii In rrciiril tn I. iii-i-.1- .- .411.. 'II... , t.11 iiir iiii.ihi' "I .'! lln- - lust grim it 3' ronvli turn f Ill prtlctliully nil (icitrh-pri'dll'illus MTlimii It llml tl.onuicli Mil- UO Is rollllnl tn tilt MTiKrl lnnltiti'tiiiiiri nf u tiuti iitrliiiril. Tillage ltnirmii tlio lilml iiiiiilllliiii nt I In' liiinl. rf ':! ! tlnltcl States nf Aicli nit ii rr -i M ' X 2. J. v- J .V i T i- mm t ! III MIHKilli: iiMilRtiiri1 till- - plllllt iilnl 21' llloll III till' oil nxniifiiv. 1 :l iii'I'mIU M niikiiir, n Sale Will le For 1- -3 Gash C nftrr tin' trii-- tire il:iiiiiil. If, for tlw vrV' nt I11IIIIHII.1 iir for iithi-it I" lliiiniit lnil.li- - tn unrk lie inllri-pnln'tueiii tlii' tr.'i'. It - iiii.iIIj ri'ii-mI nlH.unl hi' ltil.il tliriMUiiiMM Hi illtliv llfi'. ln'Ulnillll ultli III.' IliM m'iinih H fH ordiiinl nMi n balance deferred payments equal amounts dae in two and three years with per cent interest, from date of sale, notes with iien retained in deed on land nt security. .la unary 1st, Growing crops for 10fS reserved fr .- :- .sile; with seeding ri ili'Ro to purchaser tlui- - .iil. CAROLINE LOGAN DUNN, WALTER S. DUNN. Farm shown or information furnished on application to Walter S. Dunn. Auctioneer CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. Phone 75. Ml Funera! Lancaster, e. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky Resilience Plnitie'33. fi ij Ollice Plume IS. ri: I Of BOtRBON TjCI IT ONF! ROP mr j Mirfmi' Imiilil nii'li' uttt'iitioii. It tilltluii' tin' routs of tln triK ixti'Dil Im'oiiiI tin ir.:nl of tlii' lirmiiliri iiml tin' I'litlii' ipni'i' tin' rowi. Mlwre llii' tri'i'i Ii:im lurii iliinti'il tin' UM!;il illtiiiii i rnilill) ii.irt. ii lllliil '. Itli Hiimll rooili'ti iiml nut Imlri tliro'icli which inuNturi' mill li'imt foiMl In oltnloii an taki'ii up. Tims for Tillage. I'litliT nuriiuil or stmiilnril c ontlltloiii In inovt p,'iiili i:roli!i: illtrii'ti tin ml lv applies Ki'iii'rally In I it'll li tin till-ii- i' tn tin' prin Hi mhiii iim id., soil W in ptiilulilt' to work, lint In tin iiim of lii'iiri oriliaril. mhiii' rourrs unit of tin' lnot I'Xpi'rirlHTil until nftiT tlii' fruit Imi M't ln'foro llii'.v Ill tlio lii llt'f that inrlliT tllhiKi' iM'Kln. tin' sittliiK of itmy liilliii'iiii' inl i ly f ii cmor tin' fruit. Tin' ini'-i'i- ii rop. IN i linrai ti'r. iiml tin1 iiimhN of tlio soil with ri'fi'ri'iin' Ihirrln art' oihi'i' fui'tori that inny liilluiiiri-- tlio iliili- - of Im'kIiiiiIik of tlllnt'o. If tlio soil Ik haul or If thi'iv Ii n i oi r crop that Iiiih mail.' cunsldrrulili1 srimtli. It ulll In- - noci'i'.arj to turn Hie Mill with a plow iiml follow Mllli a J BROWN SWISS GOOD GRAZERS Anlmalt Are Mild and Docile and Rank Well in Milk Production-Reco- rds of Cows. il'rrpareil hy Hie Untied Htatett Department of ARrtculture ) yinr or tnu to ii tuirrow trlp iilmi: mill row. lint the uliltli of t ti tlllnl ).trli fliouM In I'xti'ititiil I'iiih MiiMiii iiml lj tin llilnl uir tin' iMitlri' fillili' In rimlliii' tin- - tllliiEi fur t harrow, uiltluilor. or Midi nthrr liiipli'ini'tii Hi lioit Milti thi nroili of linlMiliml onlianli. If tho Mill Ii llpht. plnuliiL' in tho pjirlu ran mhiii'. tiiiifM In' nniitlpil. at mhiii t)po of rultt valor will ho foiiinl aili'ipinli' to thoroiii'hlj tho Mill to a xiiflldrnt ilrptli. Tin' utrftifi' ihou!il ho t ai liM'l ai pollili'. For triilinm-- , ir tlio Mill l plowi'il tuiraril t troi"!" at i mi' I line. It kIhiiiIiI ho turned uwity from them nt a filter plowing. Keep Soil Light. In ci'iiernl, the onharil kIiouIi! he soiie mer wllli Home Mm! of n tllhise luipN'iiiiiit oflen enoush to keep the soil llioroiulil.t li;hl iiml liuee, or. In oilier uunK In the (onilllloii of n ilu."t iiiulili, for a ili'pth of at leat three or four liii'lie- -. If n crut forms on the siiKine. or If the ilul mill. Ii heroines imipnrt, etiKiri:tIoii of the moisture in t Is In the soil will heroine exivs-le!rapiil ami nn mineresary nml iH'ihaiM lti.s of niolture whlrh Is ms'ih'il hy the trees will orrur. As the surface Is nuile eoinpnrt liy rain, tllhr.-Is ihalite, as n rule, after cm h rainy pi rioil or lifter heavy showers ; hImi as mm h more frequently as the Impaired coiulltlon of the dust iiiulili nny make neecpMiry. In iirclinrds tlllnge should eencrally follow sisui lifter mill application of water. End Tillage Operations. Tillage operations are usually continued until mldscuMin the Inst of July or the llrst of August, Ity that grow tli of the trees for the time the seii-o- n will hae heen largely made, fruit huils for the net seiiMins's crop will hae heguu to form, the fruit nf the ni)il"eitM)ii arlctii'M will hau n large proportion of Its growth, and the Inter tarietles will fluMi their deelopmriit during a period when Icsa moisture Is required for the various fuiutlons of the tree than earlier In the seiiMin. Where cover crops or grecn-iiianurcrops are desired, they should lie sow ed. 111 many cases, by this time. As the trees heiome large, some, of the extension Ijpcs of tillage Implements nio advantageous, as they make isisslhle the working of the soil under the lir.imhes without unduly crowding the team into the trees. l'rlll.'rt rluriH Tumi iliinrlirl till tin- iiisn .. ii. SMilla, :,i. . 1.H111. II i . I rrtin.-ai- II. .. Till ol llmr rti JrlliIn it, mill War limn ..ir in.ii ejr Is ,i in II .'ilrt jrj ,, in .nl . tht-- ii,tii ritii,-ilMMlla. ....JilJJKK l'l tiilfevr in) n Ilrma If, Itin "HI i.ili. r ' Imli llh 1'nt. era" It. lliiuk. tliclu.lllic nil elilltatlini. r,reelilliiv Monrjr I, ,i I lis i ,1. ulhi-II a i, l 'IiIiikhn rlllM'.li' aMl ai-llirllt .'.mi.. iti'i h'.-- it hi. in l irr ,.1 ilt.r...,i. V'lT . I. HUH) III tuvsii: pj Sr.lMir Krxili I.V,rmsil uriilRRaKli. aat W V riiaia. jr n u't'ifaUiiHiiamril I a iik. .In '1, in til i car lia I tin aliv la 'rue to III!' Ia.fc.,,.ii ar.oM, and W. t I l i,lii,. I'a.Mat "''I i- ilid ai. .wuril In I'l.-ma Ililt .'.111. da. of July lllls II, urn Noiarr Pnl.lle. 1 rl,inil.al,m -I .lrra JalinarT II. .. roRRUT Altel- lwl L. W'lLKcn)' I. r Hi i .,. 1 J.W'ALKHR, I I nlr .lm- - REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL i BANK, KV.. AT OK LANCASTKIt, No l tti:i., The Close of Business. Jnce 29 1918 KKhOUUCKh. (ixvrtire4i t H. IttiiMlmltl ."tmtiuii (j'lir i iil iu pi cure clr.UUI'V IM't i :. - of UlUltJ Unto . p't cvut Hun-lit- Mini .rr UlilledCtl t it.I'Mf (rO $ .,o w tfio () LuuiU i4' '.riiniicottnr not tifimlliii; tui"k "r Uttrtris.fr etut Bondi llilnl u.u) l.iU-rt- r I'mn 1. Krai-r- iocL)ontil i rt rriit vt ol ' ri tnirvMftil Rs'iiiv ti,l .Hi VtU I li'rl lion llMULltii Hlinr. It.ti mi.I' i, . . I'ritm ti .T10 HhiiI it.it f,H0 t.H 0 .11 I (i (Ml f' Nii)outiti(lii t UfPtrf In .)i - In the iui mij r lumi h lo'li."- tiiMtt i i;t Efltlilptinti with I'.H Trem tirer nml (liitfrruii I' .IrfMn. rMlter IfttliL cli frm ... itid imiluii-- I net KtAW ;jy 1T lik it hi 'Uh Ui..Jl3 Totl LIABILITIES Caitaltock paid ui. ... HurpItjifuuJ,. .. Pin! nUtl fi. I IH Ami'tixt r t i iit (t r m ri id Nl I'lMMII f HlHf l.l,( llxllTKhial df (uiiulijfCt i I ii 'Rjpxi I frc lmc u ealloniof mnurine ai a;i arui;i:iiit. SamU' and tn.klt n Mll- Bourbon Kemttf Co. POLXTPY CtRE down a ctilck'i thrvai curev A few drop in the pij- ininktnic atrr ceres anu lrrrnt-- cho)rr, tllarrhorK anJ nthc rcfalck uit cae. Onr iwwwwnwwtmw SPARE TIME GARDEN J IN by thu Unltid Slates Uc. rartment of Agriculture.) It cot to raSe a f W Inn hu!ii I of potatoes, heaii", toina- X tO.'H? ll limy he more than It costs ffl.wiow , . 0J 4. Ul it il'reparid ilii f'rrtlSM triik tf . . .I7j,.'ifi ( luck. i ua Vj Total liitVM. If llaselilcn Ilrathers. m to liuy tliem If you con-ld- er your InlKir. Hut when the tuition Is In uenl of more food to win (he VIm'iiiii, war It l nn time to innslder l.i- The cattle Miry In color from a light Imr of tills wirt. to Km? iiioiim' color or brownish-duIt It time to produce food; lark hrowii. They are mild and duello time to lime a nnd are excellent xrnxcr", epeclnlly on linckyard irardcn. Of (nurse, yon nre wllllna to p Put In your spare II1110 um! h r I'nr In IhU way to help Ihe hoys !J ut Ihe front flclit your Imttles. The Ilrinwi Swiss breed, which dnci nut hae a wlili preail dltrlhutlnii In the I'liltcd Stutesi, nrlslnnti'il In the canton of Schw'yz. In Snltzerland, nnd l foiiinl iirlnclimlly In Xew York and j 5 4' , RlATSorKcMt'CSV.Col'NTrnrlitSHlKli.Ial I. S. ('. Ilr.ssv. l a. III. r ol llif ala.ti, "amial hatik.ilii nleinMl aw ear lliat the a tune a ait'Hieiil la true totlie Wat ul lay k iiiih and Ii'lle'. s. c. llkssv. rtsjr My ol July rnkkll't Atliat: ."j Y ,r, . au.l awri. tu ale llila tla W.ll Klsuer. Notary I'ut.llc. ('annul, .Ion fcilrva Keb 1. Ca.lilir ll. W M. i:ilMTT J K. srokMsa. IMrreli.r,. 4Lrk K Iissn.i lll'I'lU'l III' lllC ('(Mllllllllll OK Till: METHODS OF PRUNING GRAPE Crarrsrd Bank & Trust Hank iloiiijt Utitliifnti at t'ouutjr of CUrrstril. Uie of Kutiinrk) AT Till. t'UMJ. OF ItllNKMON 1 Co Enter contract now for your Good Type of Brown Swiss Breed. Important Vork, Both as Regards Quantity of Fruit and Cost of Production. Agriculture ) In no fruit crop does priinlnj play so Imimrtant a part, bolh 11s regards the quantity of fruit borne and the cost of prodiiclni; it, as with the eniH. In fact the manner of prunliiK employed determines to 11 very larje extent the cost of mnlnlalnlm: 11 vineyard, Certain styles of pruning require 11 largo expenditure of money In the construction of supports or trellises mid 1111 equal outlay cadi season for tying, both early In the anil during the summer. Other systems require less expensive trellises, and Utile or no expenditure of time or money In spring and summer tying, thus milking u very considerable difference In the cost of producing 11 gomLqiuiiitlty of fruit and, since grapes have, during the last decade, become m cheap, the murgln of profit left to the grower over mid ulmve the cost of production Is very small, even when the most economical systems of training are employed. Give Cow Attention, If tho cow Ik u muohliie, hvp that Una cool care and all parts prop-t- j (Krom tlie It K buildings for the year and 25th. day of June 1018. laOitllDIU.il I'Ut'IHIl.tK... I'lii' friuil UaiiIv Cnltd Stales Department of SAvlS 25 per cent or more. Believe us. 0 Hervey & Woods rough Innd. ('own acraee nhout 1,C"ic) pounds In welcht nml ImlN from l..'A) to '.V'JHI laiumls. This hreeil ranks well In milk with 11 inodcriile ii'riciitiii:t of fat. In the llrowii Swiss hreid the ner-1- 1 fe of l'.ltl cows that hnte conililcled yearly records for the reitlster of Ik lO.Sas.T u)linils or milk, test, int.' XVXt per cent, iimountliiK to pounds of huttcrftit. The ten hlKhcNt milk producers of the breed range from ID.lGU.ll tn HUiMl.7 pcuiuN of milk with nn iiverace, for these ten, of pounds. The ten hlicliest butter-- 1 fut priMlucers of the Drown Swiss ranee from Tiw.lft to (VI7.10 isiunds, with nil uverace, for the.se ten, of pouuds of butterfut. Orchard Produces Much. It I lirt-k- . mill otIirrralt ltviiit. . Huukimr lloiiw. Kuntltureauil Klitiirfaj tHIivr noi liihitlil umlvr Niiyut mltv htiatU th on ttatiil .... . ,,,, t.JS) to Aft TotaI..w. itirpiu t nai t'llltlilil Vrubt. I f72ria .SU.IH1I ' 4Iul Mul-- J.tAIill.ITIhh, pM In. tu cah. wstUMk f JSKVti l 31.141 fcf 71 M f IK) tU titllil t )ik (lilt lal.l thlitr Uabltlilf ur muj Htai 'lunv Hiut uit paM l'vult autvt tocfccW not Inrludtfl ui Mbott Iuaci4 tstt.UXt uii- W SH - .?tl t,3iU M Total I of K(tiiiuckjri'oMutrof tiarrard, Pet. at!?ltotrrU ami J W. hliaom I'rii lif.it nod t'atlikr ot the aliotv umcil lliua do Milmuljr Mtar tLat ili nUiit ta:irraviu U truw tu tlia Ivilof uur ksuHlt-dgeaut-l U.itf. It. E. McKoUrti.l'rviidrut, J. W. Klinort(Cibler. Paint Lick, Kentucky. part of the farm ulll produce mora for the laud It occupies than No will a home orchard properly selected and tuken care of, and every farm aaould have, one. XuUrrlifd audcuroru to before rot tbU 3rd day ut July tVlk Will B. Hopper. Notary Public. My commit. Iou vxjdrrt fwbiuary IV. imu. DIBICTOIIJ V. looked after. A. Lew. r. U. Uarkibury, w, K. Cock The Central Record, Thursday, July I 1 . 1918. all four of us will do our bit and will ope ami grow into the full be back home next year, as the morm,wer of lt0 beauty. als of the troops nre fine. incorporated. of C this greatest anniversary I sent home n war savings book, $l.oo a ybar. Ithe uccnration of Imloperut- - 2 KHAKI COLUMN hsukd Weekly. with $50 of thrift stamps. Place it away and keep It for me. Am g3iiv men. enmont into iiorrnnncnt !I J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. ParUrV rVrlMfn to write Sam and Stanley another r,.,....o h.. lilmrtv nii.l insiico letter, so they may know I am near $ L. KLKIN, Local Editor nml.Mtfr. loving peoples of Britain anil Mr. Huith Miller, of Cnmp Dodge, them. How Is father getting along sturdy, independent child, Iowa, is here for a ten days furlough . I. t. (Until ! Ilia l'ol (line l.not. Kr. her left the home authority and is with his mother, Mrs. Dora wrote (you ......-.- .! from TlSouth . faro- (who Krcon.t nu Mull Matter about long ago for a principle, the Miller. He expects to be sent across lina fell through. Writ Member Kentucky Press Association principle that both mother and about the first of the month, nnd Is always tell mo the news about the 2 and town, as I want child nre now fighting for, side anxious to take a shot nt the Kaiser. changes. Now to keep up with tbr League. Eighth District Publishers again, don't any of shoulder to by side, and Mr. Klco Terrill of the United you fret over me for will be in nnl Rotes For Political Annoiinceint-iitStates Nnvy has been here on a short hands r..i ont American Soldier enn 2 V,.Pnr..Tn.i Drnnon nLULnlnHL UtbUnU a I I W Eyes Tested Free ARMES F ITTED Broken Lens, 111 ' 1 s Temples, Duplicated. and Bridges 2 For Precinct urn! Cltv Ul!l:cs . . .$ r.'K) Honor the name of Henri 1U.00 "or County Ollices ror State anil District Offices. . . . 1S.00 Dunnnt as the real founder of .10 the Red r'or Calls, per line Cros:. A care-fre- e .10 For Cards, per hn Swiss traveler, he witnessed For all publications in the Interthe awful aftermath of the est of Individuals or expresbattle of Solferino, between sion of individual views, per .10 the allied armies of Napoleon line .05 Obituaries, per line HI, of France and Victor Em Lancaster. Kr., July 11, 1918 Beginning August 1st, 1918 the subscription price of th Central Record will be $1.50 a year payable in advance. The Record has borne the burdens of the increased cost of prae ticaliy every item that goes to make up a weekly paper, since the war began and with the advances coming so thick anil fast, we are forced to raise the rate from $1.00 to $1.50 year, in order to make both ends meet. Within the last few days the price of news print has advan ced something like $20 on the ton and it is thought by many jobbers and other well informed people, that before the year is ended we will be paying seven cents a pound for all our news. So with the scarcity and high price of labor, the high price of paper, the advanced Those who, from inadequate rate in postage, we feel that information or some other rea we arc perfectly justified in son or object to raisinr. our rates to $1.50 universal military training for year. the youth of our nation, can We are giving nearly thirty not, if they think a moment. days of grace to all our suboppose the proposition of conv scribers in which to renew pulsory physical training for their subscriptions at the old the manhood (and woman price of $1.00 a year. That is hood too) of the country. Such you have to August 1st 1918, to pay all you may owe the a regime would entail ship nor inconvenience upon Record and advance your sub- any, save.the sloths, would add scription as far as you choose immeasurably to the health, to, at the old rate, but after spirits and democratic unity of August 1st, all who have not paid their subscription in ad the men of the country, and vance, will be charged $1.50 ould, in the event of war, make training merely a mili a year. tary matter, requiring much Practically every weekly paper in the state has been ad less time than now, because of physical condition and vanced in price and many of the mental alertness of the men them to $2.00 a year, a price being trained. "Get next" to we may have to charge should this movement, initiated by the materials continue to advance. National Security League. near-reason, no-har-d manuel II, of Italy and the then Austrians under the young Franz Joseph, and was so profoundly affected by the sufferings of the untended wounded that he forthwith gave his life to the amelioration of such frightful condi tions. His book, "A souvenir of Solferino", startled thinking people with humanitarian impulses into a movement which eventually developed into the wonderful Red Cross organization of today. Horri ble as this war is, without the reclaiming hand of the Red Cross, it would be too barbar ous and awful for human com prehension. all Therefore honor to this man, Henri Dun ant, who made his emotions of horror, pity and compassion a great driving force for the in ception and devolopment of a great, effective organization for the preservation and re clamation of human life. furlough visltinir friends in the city, beat ten Kniscritcs anv old diiv. Sn ' "Uusty looks every inch a sailor and with much love to you mid nil, I am with love, is pleaded with his work, being stn "J" ' Honed at present on the U. S. S. Co. C, 4th L'. S. M. C . Itenlacement Michigan. llnttnlion, A. E. Forces. France. I'. S. He sure and see that the! Mr. Clyde Sanders, who left for kids nre kept in school and rest asCamp Taylor In the last increment sured that we bojs will do the things of soldiers has been granted a thirty right. If you want one of days furlough, in order to look after that are my pictures Imve father ask Walter the harvesting of his wheat crops. Cox for one. Will send one if I can Clyde is an Ideal "ladies man" and is you ma) give my luiilrvss to st never happier than when talking to anil soon. My best wishes to Mr I'arr.i1 m ono or more nf the "fair sex". thoc who may want It. Fee that the Y. M. A and lted C rois ior.t'ions in the town are help, e.l. as thee arc woitliv of tl..- - utmost c us, deration " Repairing done promptly on Watches. Clocks and Jewelry. OUtrc j 2 out Vomit's to 12 lliirtlwatr Store. 1 Hours -- 8 to I p. in f J. ML METCALF OPTICIAN. ' t LANCASTER, .. KENTUCKY. STEADILY IMPROVING The condition of Senator Ollic M James, who is n iiatient at John Hon- kins Hospital Baltimore, in has greatly improved during the lii- -i tc days. Among those who visited Kentucky's senior Senator wi re Jos eph II Tumulty, seeretr to the President, anil l!epreentative J Thomas Hellin. of Alabama In the afternoon Senator James was able to take an autamobile ride through the city Washington Post Draw A Check t for the money jouov c mid note how much more-- res ....... r.. 11.. ....... .. M'Vlllllliy J1MII i ....l:. L'anl ymi ICIllllll itTliey like to ilo Jfy TT7TT 3 AMERICA RICH. JESSE CALICO. This is a splendid picture of Jesse Culicu, one of the first boys who was called into the servico from this county. His home un near Manse and lie has many friends there and throughout the county, who will read with much interest, the following letter written to his sister. Miss Willie Mae CalLo, and which we are g.ad to publish. "Worgret Camp, Kngland, May U'th, l'JlO. Mis Willie Mae Calico, Dear Sister: Have received two letters from you this week and you know ! was sure glad to get them anil to know you all are well. This leave me fine and enjoying life. I spent two days in a bay at Frame but did not get olT the boat. I liked the looks of that country fine and will lie glad when we get over there, tho it will be some time yet. There is some kind of a Holiday in England tomorrow and we get it. I gj to church mo.st every Sunday and have visited several of the old buildings, one which was built ir 1712, and have been to the Capitol Am learning the history- - "f It m can tell you all about it when l The wealth of the rcourci"t of Africa - ;houjht equ.il to an two of the other continents of the world For instance, she has 'Vight hundred thousand square miles of coal fields, ninety-liv- e thousand acres of fertile farm lands, iron ore equal to five times the output of North America, ninety per cent of the world's diamonds, ten million dollars' worth of rubber each year, and uncounted millions in ivory, nuts and oil, coppei PftrtEaaS Imsinuss with n mini who fins mi iicroiiiit nt tin- - fiirnrJ. RinL I Tm.l f They know be is u'.ng usiness In s busirrss like way open such an acxitint rrn it vnur sllslrs sre not !rge wi, grow nil right Itrttrr Ttry The Garrard Bank & Trust Company jj and gold." FflRVFaRS LOOK. Anew lot of.fleld fence jiistf rtcciwc". 'er get It, while jcu' car. Bet-ST WONDERFUL WAR SURGERY As a result of the studies at the front, methoJs have been developed whereby note than h00 per cent of the woundc. who originally remained nt the military hospitals for months, are now cured and returned to the forces in three or four weeks. In order that Army surgeons sta- j tioned nt camps, cantonments, and other military hospitals in this coun-- 1 I .1... ' trv mm (li..m....l.l.. Army Mcdicnl Department has ha I established special classes of instruction to which are sent selected olfie- ers who, upon completion of their; courses, return to their own hospitals and instruct other surgeons in these methods. Cox & Ledford MANSE, KENTUCKY. latest treatment of war wound', the ...!.! What would have been inconceivable in 1916, has become an astounding fact in 1918. King George and the people of Great Ilritian have actually celebrated our greatest holiday, Independence Day, the day commemorating the severance of relations with the mother country, because of oppressions by one George of Hanover, the third of the German Georges. It is but right that this should have been done, for our quarrel in 1775 was not a quarrel with the English people, nor the British parliament either, in spite of the foolish and overpassed at George's insistence, but with the narrow-mindedomineering, egotistical Hun, then on the throne of Britain. Our quarrel then as now was with the German idea, the German attitude, the attitude that says, "I say so, therefore it is so. I want this, therefore any act that procures it for me, is right." We fought this idea victoriously then and we shall fight it victoriously now. It is an idea that should have died back in the dark ages, an idea, that, by God's help, shall die in this age, that civilization may go on, that peace and jus tice, love and truth may devel-- J d, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hcrron have Just received their first letter from their son, J. Sterling, since his safe arrival in France. Ho writes an in teresting letter which we publish in full. On Active Service With the American Expeditionary Force, Somewhere in France, Juno 'Jtlt, Don't rage at the German- - Dearest Mother: American who throws a monHave a few minute of leisure, so key wrench into the mnchin- - thought I would let you know that I ry in our munition factories, am well and getting along as niicly a be. if you throw bread crusts and as could worth France Just now isold country teeing, as its the "heels" into the garbage buildling of years back are quite can. You may not have rea- llffcrcnt from those In thn States, lized it, but such an act puts and one enjoys looking about. We you In the same class, THINK. had a wonderful trip in coming out and we were strongly guarded by u see fleet The Great War has turned away tofrom that the submarines kept the transports. The many things end over end and subs" In a few months will bo check hind side before, including ed entirely, as the U. S. Destroyers Austria Hungary, which has and other war ships are doing great now become "Hun(u)ry Aus work, and the people can rest assured that the U. S. Government is tria. standing by her men of the uniforms. I know you wjitl bo surprised This is the open season for know that I am "over here" yet toI Black Eagles". Johnny, get am confident that you will be brave, our gun! and aren't you proud of us four? For Edith Cavell, the martyr nurse, came to her death thru the treachery of one whom she had befriended. It will be welcome news that the renegade who denounced her to the "Kommandantur", paid the penalty of his crime at the Belhands of a single-minde- d gian patriot, Louis Bril, who however died before a German firing squad for his just act. Not however, till the soil of Belgium is swept free from the Hun pestilence and the very ir fumigated, will this foul crime be half avenged. Vtisn I could tell you about my trip over but guess that will keep un- MORE THAN MILLION til I get home. Where did you all spend Easter? YANKS IN FRANCE. I spent mine on the Atlantic ami it Up to July American camps have was a happy one too. men oversells, Presi Give my love to all and tell nil the sent 1,010, V.'iliicn announced Tuesday boys to come on over and not dread dent The first of these men left America the "I'ond" for it didn't make me at May 8, 1917. Only 2U1 were lost at all siek. sea. Wonderful achievements, anil Your loving brother, Jesse. a fatal blow to Germany. More than u. s, another milium ore training in this Heavy lUtallion. Co. C, Tank service, Troops, country ami will be sent over at the American Worgret Camp, Wareham Dorset, rate of :J0(),0u0 a month. 1 lt England. SLEEVE BAND AND GOLD STAR Endorsed By President As Pest Mark For War Mournrrs, As Such Losses Are Mailer Of Glory. 'A black arm band, with u gold star, has been recommended by the women's committee of the Council of National Defense, to be worn instead women of mourning by American who have lost members of their family in the service of the country, This action of the committee at this timo it prompted by tho feeling on their part that wc should determine beforehand the attitude we are to take toward the inevitably growing death roll of tho defenders of our country. The wearing of such In signia will, they feel, express better than mourning tho feeling of the American people that such losses are a matter of glory rather than of prostrating "grief and depression. President Wilson has approved tho resolution of tho woman's committee in u letter to its chairman, Dr. Anna Howard Shaw," TIRES FISK A real investment N0N-SKI- D on which you realize full value in mileage and Fisk Service, with an initial price tut- - that is attractive. HASELDEN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. The IcjMtral ':t?cor.i, Thursday. July Dniiie and Wood Mowers S65. If Taken Now. II, 918. I 7 OUR Mn. Cnysc of Lexington, is visit-.n- g Mr. J. L. Davis this week. SICK. Sweep Rake, Pitless Scales People HJNg ,' Mr. It. II. McCrath of Itlchmond Vn., Is visiting his uncle, Mr. II. I". McCrnth. Mrs Foley of Lexington, SalHe Tillett. is the Second Hand Carriage, Trap and cheap, If sold now. Oliver Hiding Plows, $70.00 and 572.50. Your Account Is Ready and we are prepared for a Kush Buy J'l lyihoic ritiition of thf Cnm!fif,i Ws Arc .strrMttu r.J gucit this wick of her neice, Miss Mr. nnd Mrs. K. S. Grimes of I.ex- In J. Mn. Joe Francis wns Stanford, Monday. n visitor R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. ingten, are the guests of Mrs. Davis Sutton. Mis Mr. nnd Mr. and Mm. .1. A. llenzley Monday in Stanford. spent Katherine Hamin, of Somerset, was the guest last week of Mss Sutton. Mrs. Harold OMham of are visiting her parents. Mrs. C. A. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennian of Mr. Jwc Mcrshon of Corliin has this eliSlv-turFey- . been tlii-- guest of his sister, Mrs. Nicholasville, arc the guests week of Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Hastln. John Walter. The marriage of Miss Lydia Cabell Mri. Raymond Hnselden ami Mr anil Mrs. Raymond Hnscldcn Edgar Elmore and Captain Robert and children, were visitors in Stan- daughter. Mis Janie, arc spending Turlcy, Jr., of Richmond, Ky.. was this week at Crnh Orchard Springs. ford, Sunday. solemnized last Thursday afternoon advise free. Mr. Hnrvo Lee and family of at the home of tho bride's parcnf-i- , I title Miss Gladys Moore, spent Office, Simpson PHONES I Residence MTU. from Thunlay until Sunday in Lex- Springllelil, Ky., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore, on DanMr. anil Mrs. II. I). Lee. the past ville street. ington with her mother. House. The wedding came as quite a surT Mr. Will Walker who has n posiprise to the numerous friends of the Mrs. Isabella Hamm, of Madison bride, although IvV. tion in N'ashville, Tenn., spent the they had been sweetCo., ami Mrs. John Christopher of hearts for several week-enwith his wife here. years. There Louisville, are visiting Mrs. L. J. were no Trust Providence. attend 'its, the Rev. F. M. Mr and Mrs. Henry Simpson, of Sanford. Pe wnrl' l like :i railroad enslne. Tin ter, former pastor of the Chrisi Lexington, are her visiting his parin' sometimes Jumps de track; but Miss Sallie Klkin entertained at a tian Church here, performing the I'rmldencc ain't gnlne ter let It stay ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 1). Simpson. LET US delightful dinner, Monday, in honor ceremony in the presence of the two in de illtrli too lone. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird of Atlanta, (la. of her aunt, Mr. 0see Hutfmnn, of immediate families. Mrs. Turley is both beautiful anil mod Sunday, and will lie with lr, Loui'vllle. : accomplished nnd will make a charmLi its XXS LtK . ICS x HP K K.sf JtJOOOCX ml Mrs J. II. Kinnaird. for a visit Mr. Alex West of Lancaster, was ing helpmate to the man of her Mr. W II. R. Woodward of ("amp called to this city by the illness of Ills cliolcc. For the last year she has Classified Column I Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light.! Sl.i'lliy, Miss, n here for n visit to her brother, Mr. W. II. West, Ulchwond been teaching at Vancouver, U. C, . Mr. nnd Mrs. Randolph liar Pantograph. par.-nii"and returnei to her home for the vaRATES: the mar-nejp- :. M las lluerm Ward, of London, U cation a few t!nyi before I If Single insertions 1c a wcrd S Mr. and Mrs. I'owell Duncan, of the charming and attractive guest of The groom is a splendid young Mr. and Mr. Clirll Moore, en Nicholusville, spent the week-enNo ad taken for less than 20c army olfiecr, having; enlisted in the with their daughter, Mrs, Sm llns- - liichmond street. If m this column. No ads in this service of his ra.intry before war clden Mesiiames Sam Hatehten, S. A. was declared against Germany, and J column charged. Walker anil Carl tor. Blltln are spend-in- ; is now stationed at Port Monroe, j Misses Lillian and Kulki Montssom Seven insertions for the J the week-en- d in Lexington with where he ! Captain of the Coast 5 price of five. er and Mr, llccklwm Rogers spent f Mc- - Mrs, R. T. nmhr. Sunday in J feminine with Miss Guard Artillery Corps of .the United J Phono orders must be pai J States Army. tjurrry promptly. Mri. Moddie Arnold of Anderson, Immediately after the marriage J Miss Cordelia Hamilton is spend- - Indiana, is tho guest this week of Mr. the happy couple left for Richmond Zxti KXa a if k :$k.Kk ' i: the summer month with her nnd Mrs. Clenrjre Italian) and other for n few days only, he later assummother, Mrs. Ike Hamilton, on Maple relatives in tho county. ing his duties at his heaiquartcrs FOR SALh Quarter-sawe- d ma.i-el- , venue Mrs. Lawrence Pollard and baby, nnd she returning to her home here tile hearth and grate. Mrs. .1 II. ("mm, anil little grand have returned to their home in Louis- where she will remain for a few days tf. S. A. Walker. Turley at son. Harold Tinsley, spent but week ville after a pleasant visit to her par- before joining Captain FOR SALE: -- 14 Iiushcls German Fort Monroe. friends and ent", Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lee. in Crali Orehaid, with J. E. Robinson Captain Turley is a son of Mr. and Millet seed. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm, of Mrs. Edgar Turley, of Richmond FOR SALE: Good pair work KY. Mrs 1,17210 Richardson, and son Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Knn-ki- who together with their daughter, mules, over I i hands, fi and 8 years .George, of Lexington, are guests of nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leav-cl- l, Mivs Ilessie Turley and Mrs. Spears old. G. C. Walker. Mrs. Richardson's sister, --Mrs. J. 0. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Cabell Chcnault Kntiinson. FOR SALE: l'ohert liaukin. FORD runabout, in attended the marriage. The Record joins the host of perfect condition. Will sell cheap. .Master Thomas L. Miller, of Char. 15. Mr. and Mrs. W. Iiradshaw, R. K. Henry. lesion, West Virginia, is here for u have returned to their home in De- friends of this happy couple, in wish. Mr nml catur, Illinois, after a weeks visit to ing them a long nnd prosperous life Vit.ll tit tun af rntijl.n:ir,,t WANTED: Second hand horse together. (!) JJ Mrs. N. Miller. her mother, Mrs. Mary Jones, and power hay baler, ready for service. U. M. Burgess, Paint Lick, Ky. i'X Mr John Gill Kinnaird of Uani family. RED CROSS NOTES. it Green. S. C, is here for a seven days Mrs. Knte I.ibben and Mrs. Jose GOOD TEAMS WANTED AT The Garrard County Red Cross furlough to his paernts. Dr. and Mrs. pinne llelmnn. of Covington, are chapter hipped 1,800 surgical dress ONCE: to break and prepare 50 (i) James 11. Kinnaird. here the guests of Mrs. .Mary Hin- - ings acres of land. Phone 04. on July 5th. Unusual interest Henry Lloyd, Lancaster, Kj ternish, at the home of Mr. and Mrs is now being manifested in the large Mr. Mnurice Ashley of Lexington, X. Miller. (i) amount of work that is before the LOST: Black yearling ient Saturday and Sunday with his Jersee ii wife who u visiting her parents, Mr. Misses Margaret Cook and Mary chapterO.for the next sixty days, and heifer, dehorned. Reward for findS. call for more knitters is ing her. the S. 11 i'and Mrs. L. J. Sanford. Lee Lear have been the attractive A. D. LEE. fi) I- guests of Misses Dorothy Ueid and very urgent. Lancaster, Ky., R. R. 2, & Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Helm of Hus- - Porter Hudson, nnd attending the Yarn for the new sweaters has ar FOR SALK; A handsome set of tenville, were the guests of Mr. and Chautauqua, at Danville. rived and the new directions for ii) Mrs. ("has. nankin, knitting them must be followed to walnut furniture, some antique furniand Mr. nnd Mrs. .Miss Lillic Mao Sutton entertain the letter. Ilajdcn l.eavell, for the past week. This quota of garments ture, nnd a hand vacuum cleaiier. All el Monday at a twelve o'clock din must be completed on time and help in good condition. Inquire at this Mr ami Mrs. Koss Hast in and lit- ner in honor of Miss Lillio Jones and ers are asked to come at once and office. Hi WE SELL FOK LESS. tle daughter, Willie Allene, Mr. and her guests, Mrs. McKlhannon and volunteer their services. The Red FOR SALE: Eight young milk Mrs. Hnl.ert Golf and .Mrs. A. II. 11ns-ti- Miss Helyn Kroegar of Louisville Cross rooms will be open for work cows, with calves by side. Jersey s. were visitors in Crab Orchard, every Tuesday nnd Friday. Mrs. James Griffin and son, Mr. Shorthorns and Holsteins, A yearSunday. A thread shower for the benefit of ling Jes.e Griffin and grand-son- , Curtis shorthorn bull; also two yearling tho Chapter will be given next Fri Southdown bucks oung, who have been the guests of and buck lamb. Mr. and Mr John Le Gunite and day. Everybody is asked to bring a II- - 2t-p- d A. C. MILES, Buckeye, Ky. little daughter. Jennnette, have re- Mr. George Smith and family, have spool uf JO to til), also thread. No. turned to their home in New Orleans returned to their home in Osceola, several balls of cord is badly needed WANTED : About twenty head after a pleat. mt visit to Mr. and Mrs. Arkansas. new committees of stock to graze. C. W. Sanders, The following IToni Wherritt. Mrs. W. C. McKlhannon and little have been named to serve for the Phone 3S.1-Judson, Ky. Mrs. Sam Johnson, und daughter. laughter. Willie Francis, ,ind the at next three months: Kroegar, Si eater": Mrs. William Famau, of Miss Florence, Misses Snllie Klkin tractive Miss Helyn 1 WHEAT WANTED: am in the Sods: Mrs. Harry Iludson, nnd Ednu Ilerkele, nceompanied Mr. Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. market to buy your wheat for J. W. Hoys Undershirts: Mrs. Joe J. mot'icr, Mrs. Mary Jones Allen Johnson, to Lexington, from Zaring and Co. Will give the best Walker. which place he left to tako up Nnvnl on Haclden Heights. prue and furnish all sncis. Girls chemises-Mrs- . F. P. Frisbie. training. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. surgical Miss Mayme Sullivan, Girls Dresses: Miss Joan Mount. nurse in the Children's hospital, of Kava- lied Socks: Miss Martha Messrs 11. S. Cay ami J. J. SebasLouisville, and Miss Poyntz Clark, CITY TAXES DUE. tian havu returned from n visit to nurse In the Mission Hospital of naugh. Ways nnd Means Committee: their sons who are stationed at Camp Grayhawk, Ky, were week-en- d All city taxes and water rent ,s guests Mrs. John E. Stornies. Taylor. They report tlmt they found now due and must be paid beforo the of I!ev. and Mrs. I". 1). Palmeter. Packing Committee: Mrs. Joe E. the bojs in good health and fine icnalty is udded. Tho city needs spirits. Some charming "war" verses have Robinson, Mrs. II. Clay Sutton, Mrs. he money nnd must have t. recently appeared In the Courier-Journ- Robert II. liatson. L. K. Hcrron, Tux Colli cicr. .Mrs. Charles Penman has returned All workers rhould consult the by u little Lancaster lady. to her home 'In Nlcholasville, after n Miss Francis Grant. During school heads of departments about the makpoints you want in n good rake: week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Henley terms she has pleami her teachers ing of each garment. CANDIDATES TO I!tin. She wns accompanied home and her class mates with her poems, strong and ralie frame must by her little neice. Mis Marjoriu but it is only just now that she has IIOGWALLOW HAPPENINGS. wheels must stand the torssolidly built. Ilukti n. who will be her guest for ii come out in print, and her verses are BE VOTED FOR I Geo. llmgham.l few days. ional strains they will meet in the field. The rako noticeably clear in meaning nnd Little Iidity flinders ,s i;riwm: At Primary Election, August 3rd, 1918. must get nil the hay. The dumping arrangement must phrasing with a rhythm that is quite Mr. Millard West, an old Lancasso fact he will soon be too big to ..oli delightful. work easily and quickly and be handled easily. The The following Is the list of candi ter boy, who bus been In Washington the calf while his mother milks. and resilient to work without rake teeth ltiust be strong a number of years, is now Acting Cricket Hicks says thousands of dates as certified by tho Secretary of A fumil) reunion was held at the breakage. Chief Deputy Clerk in the Internal homo of Mr. L. C. Cornish, near Hnr dollars are wusted every year by the State, to be voted for ut the primary 3rd, Mr. West is rodsburg, last Sunday. ICcvenue Department. who put to be held Saturday August Every one of these points is found on the Deering Those pres clothing manufacturers, one of the best posted men on rcven-'en- t from Lancaster were Mr. and watch pockets In clothes for people 1D1S, rake. Deering rake owners save trouble and temper. uo in the Government service anil ho. Mrs. A. 11. Drown und children, Mr. that have soaked their watches long DEMOCRAT. Ask any one of them. nppeared daily before tho Financo.'nnd Mrs. S. II. Estes and two chil- - ago. For U. S. Senator William Pres. 12 feet. Duy a Deering Made in sizes 61 feet to Committce of the Senate, when that dren, nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Kurtz, It is reported on good authority ton Kimball, of Lexington, Ky, self-dum- p rake and get with it good rake service for Ollio M, James, of Marion, Ky, committee had under consideration from Salvisa, Sir. Hugh Kurtz und that the olfice of Deputy Constable the last revenue bill. Ho will of family from Buckeye, Mr. Dell and is to bo investigated behind REPUBLICAN. closed years. course be on hand again when tho family from Faulkner Station, Char-ne- doors, the public being puzzled over For U. S. Senator B. J. Bcthur- bill is to bo considered In the lie Southward and daughters from how the Deputy makes a living, as um, of Somerset, Ky. Ben L. Bruner, of Louisville, Ky. Senate. He is also a member of tho Danville, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen the office does not pay anything. The "Klficlency Committee" This July 11th, 1918. of the Adams from I'arksvllle. There were Deputy, when seen today, says he is Treasury Department. Danville Ad- -' eighty five guests present and each ready and willing at any time to be J. B. BOURNE, County Clerk. seurched. one teemed to enjoy tho day. Bryantsvllle, Ky, vocate, Washington Notes. It. Phone S. 1 HATFIEbD, M.ss Cccilo Hatton Is spending the l.ilhe Mae Hummer in Stnnfonl with relative. Mr. and Or II .L. Pontius of Lexington, Hlchmond, was 11 visitor in Sunday. Judge and We regret to announce the critical Illness of Judge C. A. Arnold at hisja country homo on the Lexington pike Judge Arnold wns quite sick during the pnst spring, and up to a few day ago was thought to have been on the $ road to recovery, but a relapse carl;, last week has caused him to be eon fined to his bed. His speedy rccov ery is hoped for by his host of ,J friends throughout this and aljuln- 1$ ing counties. Judge A. I). Ford who suffered 2 slight stroke of narnlvsis sevcra' o weexs ago and for a time wit e thought dangerously ill, is nu.' valescing M his home on Richmond street. His friends hope to sec hi. out and his usual self again. Dr. J. W. Websr THE J : : FOOT DOCTOR who guarantees to remove all troubles of lha feet without the use of a KNIFE. Consultation and Dentist. Ijdiicjstcr, J ocevoaoxceescccecte LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY; ha'a:iaa BASTiW BROTHERS, LANCASTER, i GET OUR PRICES ON Fi e Fence S, ii I Sander's Variety Store. J I Why Deering Rakes Are Popular HERE are be The Becker & Ballard. 75. The Central Record, Thursday. July II 1918. Arc The Packers Profilers? Plain Facts About the Meat Business The Federal Trade Commission in its recent report on war profits, stated that the five large meat packers have been profiteering and that they have a monopoly of the market. These conclusions, if fair and just, are matters of serious concern not only to those engaged in the meat packing business but to every other citizen of our country. The figures given on profits are misleading and the statement that the packers have a monopoly is unsupported by the facts. The packers mentioned in the report stand ready to prove their profits reasonable and necessary. The meat business is one of the largest American industries. Any citizen who would familiarize himself with its details must be prepared for large totals. The report states that the aggregate profits of four large packers were 140,000,000 for the three war years. This sum is compared with $19,000,000 as the average annual profit for the three years before the war, making it appear that the war profit was 8121,000,000 greater than the pre-wa- r profit. This compares a three-yea- r profit with a one-yeprofit-- a manifestly unfair method of comparison. It is not only misleading, but the Federal Trade Commission apparently has made a mistake in the figures themselves. ar 6 ft 9 9 9 9 fit makes only a fair return on this, and as has been stated, the larger portion of the profits earned has been used to finance huge stocks of goods and to provide additions and improvements made necessary by the enormous demands of our army and navy and the Allies. If you are a business man you will appreciate the significance of these facts. If you arc unacquainted with business, talk this matter over with some business acquaintance-wit- h your banker, say-a- nd ask him to compare profits of the packing industry with those of any other large industry at the present time. No evidence is offered by the Federal Trade Commission in support of the statement that the large packers have a monopoly. The Commission's own report shows the large number and importance of other packers. The packers mentioned in the statement stand ready to prove to any fair minded person thai they are in keen competition with each other, and that they have no power to manipulate prices. If this were not true they would not dare to make i.his positive statement. Furthermore, government figures show that the five large packers mentioned in the report account for only about one-thir- d of the meat business of the country. They wish it were possible to interest you in the details of .their business. Of how, for instance, they can sell dressed beef for less than the cost of the live animal, owing to utilization of and of the wonderful story of the methods ox distribution throughout this broad land, as well as in the other countries. The five packers mentioned feel justified in cooperating with each other to the extent of together presenting this public statement. They have been able to do a big job for your government in its time of need; they have met all war time demands promptly and completely and they are willing to trust their case to the of the American people with the facts before them. Armour and Company Cudahy Packing Co., Morrio &. Company Swift &. Company Wilson & Company ts, fair-mindedne- ss 0 5 9 9 m 0 O O The aggregate three-yea- r profit of $140,000,000 was earned on sales of over four and a half billion dollars. It means about three cents on each dollar of sales-- or a mere fraction of a cent per pound of product. Packers' profits are a negligible factor in prices of live stock and meats. No other large business is conducted upon such small margins of profit. Furthermore-an- d this is very important-onl- y a small portion of this profit has been paid in dividends. The balance has been put back into the businesses. It had to be, as you realize when you consider the problems the packers have had to solve-a- nd solve quickly-duri- ng these war years. To conduct this business in war times, with higher costs and the necessity of paying two or three1 rimes the former prices for live stock, has required the use of two or three times the ordinary amount of working capital. The additional pro 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' sSKi. MBF S H nf To get quick relief takers' Dr. Kinci New Discovery. Usui 50 years. Checks the cold. Stops the cough. Try it. EiS01"! by all druggists - Bp Hmmv$rY for Couffiis s Colds Tfas Evils ( Constipation Leaving waste material in the body poisons the system and blood and nukes you liable to sick headaches, biliousness, nervouMiCfcs and muddy skin. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills. Prompt relief. 2 At all druggists. BUCKEYE Miss Lcala Tester Is visiting Mrs. Ma! Carter. Miss Lucy Worthlngton spent last week with Mis Linda Locker. Miss Barbara Gulley was the guest Sunday of Misses Lida Mae and Nell I1 Ray. nvtnn .n.,,,t ...ill. Mm ltn.. The Ladies Missionary Society dy Kurtr. will meet July 18th, unci all members are urged to come. IIAMMACK Hone and Mule feed, velvet bean Mr. und Mrs, Mencfec McQuerry Meal. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. were visiting friend ut Cnrtersvillc, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Bradshaw There are several of our neighbor n n J children were guests Sunday of boys at home on furloughs from .Mr. and .Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter, Mr. Cump Taylor. Mr. Lee Hiimmack of Denison, and Mrs. McAfee spent Sunday with Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr, nnd Mrs. Ollio Ilogie and I.ytlia Hammack, daughters, spent the week-en- d has gone Mr. Andrew Sowders with buck to his old home at Corbln, to Iter mother, Mrs. Louie Noel. Mr, und Mrs. G. W. Ray and work In the coal mines. We hud u nice rain in our neighdaughter spent Sunday with his parborhood Sunday night und Monday, ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Hay. Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Sanders and which vas needed badly. daughters, were guesta Sunday of Seed buckwheat for sale. Will Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Whlttaker. maks- crop in time to sow wheat on Itev. D. K. Sebastian will fill his the same ground. regular appointment here Saturduy Hudson, Hufhes and Farnau. afternoon and Sunday morning. The colored peoplo have had a big Dr. und Mrs. J, K. Edwards and day at their church in the Flatwoods, little daughters, spent Thursday what they culled u rally day. with Mr. und Mrs. It. W. Sanders. The farmers aro very busy threshMisses Margaret Naoimi Cornish ing their wheat crop, and work hands and Lovle Brown and Mrs. Robert are very scarce in this vicinity. MANSE. Mrs. IIolxuu is very ill. Mr. Andy Davis spent Sunday with home folks. Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Murhbanks were in Hcrcu, Sunday, Mrs. Geo, Davis was the week-en- d guest of Mrs, J. L. Coldiron. Mr, ami Mrs. Henry Creech spent Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. W. It. Mays. Mr. and Mrs. Willie lihodus spent with Saturday night und Sunday home folks. Cremo Dairy feed will maka your cow give more milk. Hudson, Hushes and Farnau. Mr. R. K. Conn spent Saturday night and Sunday with his duughtcr, Mrs. W. P. Anderson. Miss lona Campbell, has returned Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bowling spent home after an extended visit to relSaturday night und Sunday with Mr. atives at Richmond. und Mrs. Harrison Mays. Miss Eliiu lion visited her sister, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, ut Lancaster, BUY ANTS VILLE and a'ttended the Chautauqua. (Delayed) Dr. und Mrs. B. I). Montgomiry of Mrs. W. C. Rose bus gone to Ows- Paint Lick, were the guests Sunduy of Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Bryant. ley county on a business trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Hiilcomb, Miss Mis Mary Klleu Farley left TuesMary Belle Halcomb ami Muster Jeff day for nn extended stay in Mo. Miss Mary Stlhvcll has been the Ilalcomb spent Sunday In Hurgin. Lime, rsnd, cement, rock screen guest of MIm Mary Trumbo, ut Ings, brick, geniiiu Kanawha salt. Hudion, Hughes and Farnau Miss Mugigv Coulter of Rovtmoy- Mm. B. C. Itote was hostess Sun(ne Ohio, has been visiting rclatjvcs day nt nn elegant dinner in honor of here. Mrs. Kliiabeth Burguss has return-- , Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexingt'd from it visit to relatives in Lex-- I ton. Dcrkolt) expects Mrs. Kthel ington. to ' Miss Cleone McWhorter of Paint leuve In it few days to visit her fath in Lick, has been viiting Mis June er, Mr. C. W. Coulter, und fam-lOhio. Howling. Mr, Kdwln Wylio went to LexingSeveral of the furmcrs have alton Monday und enlisted in the nrmy. ready threshed their wheat und also He was sent that afternoon to Fort delivered it. Thomus where he will diive a motor The quolu for the "War Savings truck. Stamps" for this district uus subMisa Marguerite Woolfolk of Lex' scribed Saturday. ington, who has been visiting rela- tives here, is now the guest of tfic Misses Bourne, near Ijincastcr, Sho will return here tu continue her visit. The "Children's Day" exercises will be given Sunday morning at the Methodist church. Kvcry one is Invited to uttend these services. Rev. G. S. Conant and Mrs. Commt of Wllmore, have been spending the week here and training tho children. The Central Record, Thursday, July 11, 1918. t 7 BRYANTS VILLn. m. ''birlfy was to have a birthday and Mr ..erahon of CorWn, isr1.i!,!-r',), ,fc((, llm I ..Ir. unci .Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. , ,lnlt; ult t Mr A. B. Swope has bought n mill." he plendiil. "I'll get that from l.androme new tour "lber nnyway." . .... .ill' i sr. ,Mis. Ztllali Dawes spent last week Ii friends in Danville and nttene-- I iiautnuiHin. !rs. i:thl Rerkefe nnd ton, nre in t" icinnsti, vtsltinu her father, Mr. C V. Coulter, nnd family. 'lissCiarn M. Ijine of I.exinirton, an 1 Mrs. Harrisen I'reston, of Jessa-trm$2.C0 worth of hsrdv plants and bulbs have been the guests of Mrs. for fall p'sntlng I'OSll'AID-fornnly J I. GO. Write for narlleularsand KHKI-Mnr'ln Hrogle. ri.uwi-.iliuuh, which tells Masters Irnnlh nml Ottie wnlkcrwhllt t)p,,nf , low tl) pont ari, wlltu Ilrogh have returned from n visit toito plant. their cousin, Master Walter Durham Morfonl in Jessamine. CIM1PD TUP PI ADICT umuun, iiiu I tivjllul Mir) Mnvmc Lee Ilallnr.l nml ' HARRODSBURG, KY. KUcit Miss MnrgueriU- Woolfolk, of i ROUTE, P. Le:.lntrtoti, viaited Mr.'. J. M. Smitli ; at Danville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Rogers and son, Holman, nlso Mrs. Matirnret Sparhs, of .N'ichol.isville, have been Now. is the time to plant your visiting Mrs. J. ",V. Glass. Orchnnl, Lnwn niitl Gnnieii. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lear of Lancas-IOu- T iarjje descriptive catalnjj of ter, visited Mrs. II. ('. Kote Sun-lay- . reliable and au-t- . ei the "Chilt'rens Day" Tr-r- s cxeri;...vi :.c tn Methodist cliu.'ch. y. I';v. r; S. C!itt)t niH Mn. Ccn-tn- t Tce',n-- - '-- r where he will conduct a ervlvul. Durinr; Poh; absence the Ilev. John Lynn of Wilmorj, wtU have cl.rrire of :ha services here. All are cor lially inv.ted etc., is free upon inquiry. to hear him. Write for free Catalogue No Afits The "Children's Day" exercises ere (riven Sunday morninfr at the Sons Methodist church. Quite a good Lexington. Kentucky. crowd attended and every one pres-- j cnt enjoyed the prowam very much. The children all did splendidly and ius the Violin Solo by Miss Amy Dawes. rf atoo the Vocal Solo "Keep the Home I Piles Iturninit" by Mirs Jsne Uowl- - The undersiKned hereby ptve warning, were special numberj on pro- - inn to all persons not to trespass upon israi.i. Itev. G. S. Cor.ant gave r our lands tor any purpose whatever as most interesting Patriotic talk and we will prosecute all offenders to ful unveiled a "Service Flag" in honor lest extent of t- l- law. Hunters and. of the lwys who have cone to fisl.t Fishermen espociallv take notice, for Freedom and Democracy. Ed & N lU'rice It. L. Uikin JC Uigsby. S. C. Iligsby. ' Part ot Her Costume. Mr.i. Emma IIigKinbotliatn. . ltef le came running to W "' Arno!l1 mother holding a dry. pres! leaf! oh- - M"' J' U a'le alker' White anj wife. vlotisly the relle of a day long gone Jamea by. "I found It In the big nihle, Walter Humphrey It. 1, Marker a,oso John Ttum. .. ... ... iu iiuMini i.ranWe will add other nanus for Hocents script. cash. ! I All persons having LIBEKTY BONDS of Ihe First and Second issue with this bank, and who want the same converted into bonds bearing 4 4 per cent interest will please notify us es soon as possible so that we may urrangc for N OTICE Respectfully, Ul I, rtiNl iVMII.il. frederica, patriot J! Dy ACNCS E)r SoreMuscles 0. DROCAH. vv v vi vCvvVvvk v vs. w , w v J wA )' op: rlitil till v,t.rn . fpnf.r Mon ) vl . iTIii the conversion. Cf3ie rj W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Citizens National Bank M. girl Ini opened tln il s'immI inmui'iit Muling nt I lie I . nut mi n who waited ; tin' inn nr. Ing I lio costume of nil American nmiy iiflluT, Miuki' llr-- t. "I wns directed Iiirc." be mll. "by the station 11 . lit. Hi- - iiilil.i il mi' nLnlnt tin' poor !inpltiillty nf jniir ll f I. llfld HIXKe'.tnl lllllt f llllk'lll filial .' iiiimi Hint Ion fur the nltflit ut your V?Prains J M .Stiff Joints ,,,,. r...i...i ni, (,, Hardy Flowering Plants aiis Bulbs For Fall Planting ll.lll.'. Villi lln tiiLn 'Tlif "Irl 1ion!lnf iil. lu.nlil.iV' m ill. IIEIJUON Is f II OFFICIAL n ii ir PREST-0-LI7- E BaTterv Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of ear now carried in stock. Send us your iMagnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 19M Buick extra Tire Starter, .500.00 191(5 Overland extra Tire, starter 350. One Ton Trailer, New, .. .$175.00. . The flanyjlle I. H Mkk Go DC CON'N Proprietor Walnut Street. HE Danville, Kentucky. 3C THE NATIONAL BANK Of Cup'Ull A. II l turned I ii u rl i iuIv tn n bulky hum seated hih'iid her In tin' sunny Ki i hen dining room. Siillmlr In' iirrnw nnd cnine Inward tln-i- i. liriiMjiM-ly- , "Tonight." lie "mil' house will Iw full." Tli.it It tun bad," the officer plcns-nii'l- y t '"t"'ii'li-- l. "we lire mi our way ti ri'nip. Iriiullnff nn tomorrow. A fimli1.!! iliri' to pti'i through my fnth-it'- s village lioiii", has liroHsM us out of our way. Yott nm recommend mi lodging placet" oiIi "Noiir." tlic tnnti answered irruflly. 1 tit with n sudden smile the fair-h- i I red girl threw wide the dour, "fimic In," kIic snld decidedly, "yoit xlmll Ihith my room, nml I will hip mi til" couch. It "III Ik- - iiulti' coiivuili-nt,"Wliy." she demanded nf Iter father tiimii her ri'tiirti, "illil yoii tell them tliHt tin' house wan full. Vmi nixl I ii r. r.lmir" ! tlip trnin In n tiiti "f'olillom!" ii'. r ton', "Si'lilliTof tny piiiintry:" hi' rn :.t.il rniii.itlmlly. Awl nfler til -li'ili',,:ti.' country oimt. tin- ji'tin ofltriT r..tnp In tin' elrl iMit In tin- - fm pr.int rnrilin. "I riinn.it till, him-nitunpiMi-HHtymir Llwlihx." Iio v.t'ii. ".n my tM'oiilo nr.' pi- - l' Tin not on' to Mil mm fnrfwi'll or Su It umi a vlli nn pM il I fiillii- - f.inrv ttint tirmicht tno fori Iiuxttit: to tltht fur tny country, to wnlli tin Mini' html llironvli wlili li tny fiithiT tmiiil wlii-Ih wnn I rn Mm: for tlio lll wnr! Ami Jon. n llttli- - iiHtriot mix w Imt tin' iiilti hluill I mil .Mm?" Tin' elrl itii'o in Iht hliy milli'. "I'mliTi," hlii' niKwrnil, "tlmt l tin')' nil mil nn'." iuliiit otllriT fmutiiil. "Your fntlier not mi Kitrlotli, win nilnlit lll'lll'Vl' III II I til IIIITM' to mlillcri." Tlif (tllTn llpi tlshti'tliil. "My two lirollnrx llflit In tin- - tlirninn tinny." Mill. hill' Tin- - nflWr finrtnl. ".Vow?" In fiii-- s thn tnr rnrir. Mrs. Mnttlo Montgomery quite t Mrs. John Hnmni is tiumlicreil with the sick. Mrs. Joseph Hicks is no better nt this wrtiltitr, Mr. II. A. Duncan bought of Mr. Harrison Drone a calf price $20. Mr. A, S. Dcnnc liounht a calf from Mr. David Montgomery price $30. Mrs. i'enchic ('row is spending " few wifks with r!(itiv in Jwhii-minC(.w prat, sic! tuy 3sjm, millet snd mm need. llurllen, Hu!t?t and Klriiftu. Srnrtll Fruits, Slirul Fruit and Shade Evergreens. in'. Messrs Clay Crawford nnd Tain of Jestamine, were the guests cf Mr. J. II. Crawford here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Urumficld of Jessamine, were with their sen, Mr. Dilter.l Brun-Rilcra Sunday. Miss Kuth MuntKomery of this 't'oe bemn th public school at Ilradshaw Mill school Monday. Mr. and Mr. Author I'reston are AsDaraf;u, Seed tatoes, Strawberries, U.F.IIillenmeyer Graoe. f conidntulaticus ovil- the arrival nf a Iwby t;irl on the 7th. Mrs. Sam Johnson ami children, of Lancaster, were the quests of her sister, Mrs. Thos Hicks a pnrt of last - 8 YE ANCASTIsR. itlomil. week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crow of attended services here Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs, W. I.. Crow. Miss Mollie Grow nml nephew. Otto Grow, of Jml.ton, were the visitors of Messrs V. I., and Kd Grow Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dcune nnd tons Messrs llenj., Harrison nnd Irvin and Mr. Dillnrd Urumficld were in Lexington Saturday. """ xz. r .i(l,(JC)li. Surplus .. 430,000. IKNNV. t's.hler. , DKNUY. I'rra'drnt J. II SIOUMKS. Vice I'rrs'l, J I. J. It. llsriln. Ind HK.I Kcet cr Safety Ssmuil t). Deposit WK Boxes VOUIl For Rent. SOLICIT HIISINKSS. Cochrsn. Alex It. Denny. J. II. I'osry, J. K. Slormcs. S. C. Denny, J. I. ('.ill. I)r. W. SI. Klliott. Directors. noiMiil. "Vfnri nun. In tnotli.T li'ft tlii'tn' tlicri' Willi Tlicy win- - lltlh' sriimliKiii'iit. Imi.. I luiM' net it known tlicm." Tin- - jiiune oillpir uliiilliil tin- - elrl rurlnifly. "It l tnitisf." In- - tminil. "tll.lt oll " "I nm nn Aini'rlnin," lu fliwly. "If I intilil, I woiilil ilo fnji my iiiuntry. wli.it my lirotlirri nri ilolnc for llii'lrs. Hut ii Blrl." Iht liaiuN Ml In IplfKily, "mn do nnihliiB." "Nolliliij"' tin' miIiIIit w us upon Mi fii-t- . "why jolt hni'slvcn im niiiriiB"'." "!okI nlclit," hi- - wliNpi'rcil, mul (Ini nrroNx the lawn. I lor oy wcri' nvortwl. n nln ttprrnl tin- - sin-fiin thi' mornlns tln'lr hrrak-fii-tmnl tin. lnilky llguri' of her fntli. tli- - CHANDLER S ( X Famous For Its Marvelous Motor IT WnR lllivi'llt. NOTICE AN ACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PUBLIC HIGH- WAYS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH. BE IT ENACTIID BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY: it shall bo the duty of every owner, controller, horilerinc and abutting on the public of ami maunder highways of this commonwealth for the distance which their aid land ho abuts and border, when so ordered by the Fiscal Court of his county, to cut, clear away, remove and curry from alone side the public highways, all bushes, weeds, shrubs and overhaiiKini: limbs of trees and all other such obstructions alonsr such highways and to keep all hedge fences along such highways go trimmed and cut back, that same, at no time will become more than five feet high. limbs of 2. The brush, bushes, weeds, overhanging trees, and all other obstructions along the highways of the several counties of this commonwealth are to be removed therefrom between the 1st day of July and the 20th day of August of every year. 15. livery person who violates the provisions of this act by failure to.perform the duties as herein required shall on conviction be lined In the sum of not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars. 1. That W. A. DOTY, Road Engineer. "We nro rry grateful tn you, Mini tin- - olllcvr Kilil. hit liiiml lurp.il her Miiull rotiKlieueil one "Our train will pn ner tin' wltili up ilieri', nt early twilight. 1 liKiklhg ilowu townnl the xliall he nml hlililltig jou n seroiul guoil-liy- . When Ictury Ii onrx, little patriot. II hull roiuc luck it sain tn clnp liamlt with yntt." 'Thiive lighters gonel" her father nskcil tli" girl tit noon time, nml l'reil' ilka lui'ii ly timliliil n,H she plaeeil Hi" fiKKl hi fori' liliit mul hU lielHr. Then i lie went up tn her own little room. When fhe mini' ilowu Inter, the Iioiim' ' mii silent mul long huilnws Mretcheil nenm the gnu-- . "Her father rouhl not ho nt Iiomc for the evening men!," lie liuil toM her. rrivlerlm'n face looked worn mul white us reached for her Miirlet nw euler, nml went nut through the garll den. At the turn of the road flu tn run, fleeing rtlll, like u ecnrlct Mnl mi wing. Thertf nt the railroad tracks, l'red-erlc- u puummI lienillng lireullilesnly iilmvo the rnlm. Then with u htirp cry or horror, ln drew luick hefnre n tlu 'plkcd neros the track, Kvi u now klie could fi"e! the dlktant runihlo of the approaching heavy troop train ! I'ltilerlca Jumped tn the rails. There ' was no time tn help, no time Ini lose. After all, what was otic girl's' life. In the lives nf her couiitrjmen gin lug tn hattle. If vhe coulil hut have I the IriKips Iiy uny mcrltlce, how woii'j derful It would he. Half laughing, half crying, Iroderlra. Miiiti hisl off her kweater, wav- lug It Heuillly nhove her heud. The t ni III was iilrendy In klght. On It mine, i She heard the whUtle's tlirlek hefuro1 all grew hlack. Shouting excitedly, trainmen and Lhakt-clahohllers leaped from tliuj train, friintlcally u freight crew en-- 1 deuvored to remove tins murderous Then, with tlietn all pressing ulmut her, l'rederlra opened tier eyes. It was ery confuln wide blue at first tn remember. Hut comforting, tn find the oinrer-xiihllcr'- s arms about her, her head on Ids shoulder. Ho was eilde ntly currying her to some place of safety. "I told you," she murmured kapplty, "that I would do what I could for tuy country. One girl's life Is not much, but I would have given that." rnilcrlni," i Chandler Six Inu always been f.imnusforltsccor.omyof operation economy tlieitacrlflcc. of reserve xiwcr, without the sacrifice of readability, without the sacrifice cf beauty of design. Thousands of Chandler owners all oer America tell of gasoline mileage of fifteen to seienteen miles per gallon. Tire mileage of seven thousand to nine thousand miles per set of tires Is commonplace among Chandler Chandler owners and Chandler dealers say that the service upkeep of tho Chandler car Is much less tlun tliat of any other good cars which they hate owned or sold. The owner of a Chandler Six possesses n really great automobile great not merely from the standpoint of economy of operation and maintenance, but.oen more Important, from the standpoint of mechanical excellence and dally performance. The Chandler motor, designed and built In our own factory, distinguishes the Chandler chasuls, marked throughout by Its simplicity and sturdlncss. The life, pickup, and endurance of this motor wilt astonish you quite us much us It pleases Unusual Economy Without Sacrifice THE y you. Bodies of most attractive design and of unusual comfort are mounted on the Chandler chassis. Seven-PassengRoadster, S 1 79S Touring Car. S179S Convertible Sedan. S249S Dispatch Car, SI 875 Convertible Coupe. S2393 A II Itriitl f. o. t. ClnvlanJ Limousine, S309S s KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE, LANCASTER CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO try STANFORD Misj Sofhronin a'lvm anil friend I". x W visiting re ! Bt Somerset. i rvvt.v,l A TOTAL ECLIPSE Dy HORTCNSt: DAVIS. The Central Record, Thursday. July II 1918. MAN OF MOUNTAIN M. a' C" Jnmr I'ruilt visiting rcl i I and friends nt Morclnnd. 'fr.t. Kate .Mlcr. of I'itUburg, l'n.. s ere for a ieek or so with friends. Mm Annie Lee Kubanks is vislt- ;r.' relatiies nnd friends In Carrard ci .ty. of McCormack Master Carroll I un.illc has been with his aunt, Mrs, j mos II. Wood. Miss Josephine Carpenter is visit . Car 1 her sister, Mrs. Homer pentcr, in Richmond. Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, who grad uated at the Cincinnati Conservatory cf Music, is at home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I'liillips spent Sunday in Lancaster with her moth cr, Mrs. Kmmn Daniels. Miss Lucilc Stone has returned to r Lome nt Unrein after a visit to Jliss Klizabeth Digging. Mrs. J. (!. Carpenter is improving r. ccly since shf returned home from I.ex.ngton nm' Hichmoncl. Mrs. J. I.. Francis and Misses Mary t::J Allie Arnold of Lancaster, came ever anil spent the Fourth here. Mrs, riedcll Chancellor is reported rude ill at her home in the country. .''he was taken ill while in town the fourth. and Mrs. James A. Ilcazlcy n.ul Miss Lucile Ilcazlcy of Lancas ter, were here Monday with Mrs, Will Hays. James I'axton, who had the mis-f rtune to fall from an auto last week, is improving' nicely. No ones were broken. Dennis Spragens. who is stationed Newport, R. I., in Uncle Sam's s rvicc, is spending several days here ami at Ellisburg. Mr. anil Mrs. John II. Shanks of f.noxville Tcnn., have arrived to . .iend several weeks here with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. C. Bailey nnd Miss Mary ISailey will leave In a few days for Tt. Louis, Mo., to make a visit to relatives and friends. Dr. Howard J. Brazelton and family have moved into the newly built bungalow of W. B. McKinney on West .Main street. George Dudderar of Montgomery, Ala., is the guest of his aunt and uncle, Mrs. George F. DeBorde and Mr, J, Fox Dudderar. Mrs. A. C. Hill and little neice, Katherine Pennybaker, have return-e- ! after a visit to her mother, Mrs. J.- - B. Mershon, at Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dozier and children, of Fordyce, Ark., are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence. They motored thru. Mrs. Mattie Withers has moved back to her home on West Main St., after spending several months with Mrs. Kittle Hopper on East Main St. Misses Sallie Burdette, Mayme Siingleton, Kate Lynn Wood and Allie Russell Fish are attending the Eastern Ky. Stat Normal at Richmond. Mr. t' Vr m Mrs. W. II. Mueller, who recently underwent an operation in the Danville hospital, was able to be brought home last week and is improving nicely. Mrs. It. G. Hampton of Lebanon spend several months with homefolks. Mr. Hampton, has accepted a position at Ril-eon the railroad. Junction, is here to Herbert Reynolds left last week anil enlisted in the Marines and is now headquartered at Paris Island, S. C. Mr. Reynolds has been one of tho local lawyers for several years and will be greatly missed by many. Mrs. U, V. W. Darlington and of Barbourville, W. Va., are here visiting. Mrs. Darlington was rm"rly Miss Virginia Bourne, of this city. They were accompanied b; her nunt. Miss Florence Truehart, ef Pittsburg, Pa. s Annie Rogers Powell left last fcr Lexington Business College he will take a course. Miss i.e. i'ow II is a graduate of the Stanford Sr'iool this year and is indeed it u ir bright young lady and her ends are expecting great things f her. v M t ' I incoln County fell short of her iportlonment in the War Savings 'amp Drive, but it is hoped that she this v ill mako up the difference v eek. Much work has been done in tMs campaign and If the quota is not reached it will not be for lack of work on the part of the local patriotic citizens. J. W, F. Lee Hill has succeeded of .Rochester as assistant cashier, tho Lincoln County National Bank. Mr, Rochester resigned in order to devote his entire time to agricultural Interests. Mr. Hill has been associated with the institution for some years and will make .the best assist ant that could have been found, for he is very capable and at tho same time occommocatiing. r.llnur drew hack linoluiitiirdj uln illil Jim ulie raw the man, for he hsd tlil place. Edlthl" tdie was alone midst the gran ynu were "I mini' borano I ho-irlour nf the mountain, it was the time lirri'." she told him frankly, "hut I day she loved, the Ions, restful twiilliin't dream I'd Im sn cxHtiit. Th" of light, when Hie lake nnd pines Innki d old i:iek simply crept tip the inmin-tnllike great fplotchc of Ink on n ran-vwith nn the lone pneiijer. mil of ullrer white. when It finally stopped In front nf tin' There had been a party III th lifter-noolintel porch I eerily trembled with ef The girl had nked noine p'0-pirllement lit the thought nf meeting tn the lodge for temil. and nilnnr Jim in Hi crowd. Where were nil hail episleil tn piny, but nt ,1 o'clis k thin, .Tlm7" repeiiteil rapping nt her door had fall-- s "I rnnie In Int. from n day' fishtn get any reIMine, and they knew ing" that r.llnor wa haling one of her "That wn why I didn't sop ynn nt day. diner," she went mi, "I could scarcely "You'll he norry. l," ISi'ttv (mil rail-I'rat fur watching the ilmir. nnd when througli the kejhole. "The I'lip-le.- i ymi didn't cmne tn th dining room at sent word they were coining ner nil. I m nliiinst sick. I wondered If and the thirretts, nnd what do jmi I had come too late, mid Jim I1111I pn.ls-nhlthink Wclilnn Iterg I milling. Surely gone." you don't want to ml him. He's only "How did ymi know I wn here?" coming on your nceouut, because Jon he nuked, curlmi. In author. Mrs. (Iiirrrtt told me so "Never mind. I've found you. 1 nre herself." O went Immediately to the hotel clerk "fin 'way, Ilet'" wim nil the nnswer when I had finished dinner, nnd asked If you were still registered here, nnd tld had elicited.Inter, fro-the nonnd Kllnor knew he told me you were, nnd that Jour - guet had arrived, party had telephoned tn have dinner nut'lile. that Ihi- her nuliconseloiis ml? It was rather saved fur ynn, I'lnally. from my win- but dow, I saw someone strolling up this that ciiel I'. She knew ingnely Ilia: gn out ami play tennl path In the iihkimIIuM, and I on u 1.1 fhe wanted to Herg. hut eien barely get your outline, hut I recni-tile- anil tn know Wclilnn the writer of his time must your walk, and when I saw the iieghs tisl until her precious book flicker nf your clirnr here In the nrlMir. be that was when I wauled to come to was stnrtet'. AT Now tbeMny wn nearly d mi J mi.' ihnngisl to witn.e The orchestra of the little moun- ter dinner sh had niifliig thin und gone nut ntnne. She tain hotel begun. Then: "Perhaps tonU lur path down to the Jou'd like to dance with niej" he eilge of 'unrlte the lake where n ennno wn asked. n. "Nn, no; that ln't what I rame here tlid. It vn then she raw the in. n vn for. I'm hud enough nf that: too lie - slttltu In a rather dejii d tUudi- on the narrow nf beaili trli much nf It, Jim. Ir' because l'te fallwiti-ilmwkins' en In love with j mi, Jim, that's why fining the wnter. Ill up. hl nnn i nihriietiig tin in. I'm here." she burst forth. In"Hut, my dear girl, that' nil put." onil Ms head was drnnphig fnrwnrd "No, It iMi't all past." she cried. "It ertly. Kt Ideally he had not heard her cem-lucan't be past with you here nnd me for he sat lnimiiMe n tlimicli here. Ynu were nltvay w gmid and giant patlint. jou'll forglie me, I know. ei rwd nut nf nue nf the wa bowlth r When I asked ynu for a dlKirco It of the mountain. There I ! lit. ndilly familiar nbout win because I thought we were not t hesitated, ultiil tn each other. Ynu didn't love ' tn She forward or not knowing whether go hack. lieople and parties and light and mil-lint the thing wa decided for lur lc 11s I did." j "I did enjoy them." he Interrupted, for the mnn lifted hi head und looked "hut I told you often what I loved j at her. "I'lense don't gn away," he said. more than that. I wanted a home, ) "I wasn't sure It was ynu, John." Mie Edith; I wanted a fireside; I longed tn j replied as eienly iis she could. miilng if jour beautiful face glorified with j the light of motherhood. My very mill the rest of the way down to the beuili. He rose nnd held out hi hand. She was hungry while jou played on and put her own In It nnd he hook It Jldn't kceru tn understand." grin ely. looking deep Into her eje g "I couldn't, Jim. I didn't know with the old senrihlng smile that almut milking a home. I wni-n'- t made her feel sn uncnmfnrtnMe, taught to make a home. 1 was taught to have a good time, nnd tn marry," espis'lally when there was unmethlng she wn trying tn conceal. III e)e Impatient with retrospection. "Thut was the trouble," he sighed. sisMiied to have n way of discovering ouh's thought, and she drnpisst her "God help unne of the mothers of today I They are not training their! own now In vexed confusion. She had meant to be so dignified, so n!sil, to Jnughters to be wives, hut playthings." "Hut, dear, I understand uuw. I nra keep thing In her own hands and tn alder, nnd time has tnught me many let lil tn know thnt In the few year tiling. It's ynu I line now, Jim, nut Mace she had seen him Mio had quite a wnmnn of affair. lust pleasure. I've lenrned to love nil j "Won't ynu sit dunn and tnlk tn me, jnur Ideas, and I believe I can lire up Nnra, or were you going hoiitlug? May-ti- n In them." j you'll let me b your gndoller. I'll "Hut ynu forget that " "No," she broke In. "I haven't for-- 1 premise nut tn rock the boat." "I'm really nut for eierelse." fhe said gotten, but I want to. I want to rinpty my heart of It all. All the hastily. "SupHise we walk Instead." "Jut a you like. It really doesn't nuiiiry and freedom you gave me with the dliurce has failed; my whole view. matter. Just o I'm with ynu. Illlnnr." She reddened hotly. "Don't talk that point Is changed, and I Just want you, way, John." Jim. Won't ynu try me acalnl" "Why." Her arms crept About his n,eck and "Why! Do I have to tell ynu? her eager tears (listened In the moon-Ilsh- t. jou've been fnur years deciding "It' lmioslble, little girl." He tuok whether or not you do like tn he with her hands In his u moment. "Let me me. It' flattering, tn have you decide In the alllrnmtlvi-but too late tn bo 'Plcas-e-, Jim, please," she cried. "I'm appreciated." "Nnra, what do yoit mean four different now. I'll make you happy. inn mrely cant forget hnw you once year deciding? Didn't we iigreo? It Inved me; that jou've held me In )our was your own suggestion to wait. 1 told ynu I Inved Jull. I knew It was urni," she sohhed. "Hut, little girl," he nnxnered grave-l- nil over for me the minute ynu rotno "I can't forget, ilther, that I'e Into the Tribune ndlee that d.iy inn! recently held my little tun In my arm. nslced to be put on the staff. And wh"-- i you said you minted to I married iigulu, I'dlth. I didn't think lei me all your time to ynur wnrk until jnu'd rare." in:iile ii iint.ie fur yourself and .iii'il A cloud paused over the moon Just iih i in- - tn cnini- - to inn tin n I then. ninde jnur name. Here I am." ' Vl'tir fnur jenrs!" she bitterly. lint I've tried b. forol" ho reminded ('omlKi'iii Itc'iort ol' thi her. "Ynu Med befure? I don't under-stiiiior tiis Ynu'ie neur written." "Vn, I'm. rnmi- - n I pronilned. I tried today; I trliil list summer. I trh-- two s ngn. And wheu nu refused to t lit tuu o( rltit I .Irk. Him see me, what was I In think?" rouutyiif iinrmffl. Hutu ol Kentucky. "Itefiiseiir AT l)IKl'MK itr lnNks) UN 111k, "It aiiiniintcd tn that." "I neier ii fusisl tn see you. Till 25th tlay of June, 1018. Is the first time I've heard of ynu hlnco I left the Trillium" The first jmi've ihi ynu "Nor.ll Ldjtiiisj ami lllsx.'uuul f VMtJX I bl honestly mean that ynu didn't uvold ld.w mi me iur)osely? Htiu'ki. ItttihU hii1 utiiirr Mfvurltis Isik ut me, dear." Uuv (rom lUuks Ti.Mv Ml "Of course not, John." awl Hiiiikliiit Huue, The name enlightened him. "Listen, Nora ! don't you remember Tout that I used to write editorial under I.MIIIl.ll IlTl iinnther mime)" "Yes I believe you did; but I never ij,uj vu Furin ruu'i remembered It, Ynu were loo modest I'lutlvl'iid uruflti. U tr tiitfi a lid tftlri DtIl to ue your own. I had forgotten." "And Hie name grew- - until I lost my Identity, When toy editorial wanderings grew to the Fire of pocket I'n-t0J1 uu Hsivllitt. my publishers wouldn't let me ()u Hank X.TcN 81 Tru.t C'i)in(4iilv abandon the name. I'm Weldon Herg. IVUWiO .... ItltU l')mbl, I thought ynu knew It, Nora." Tula I "Weldon Herg I" ktio gasped. "John, Huteol Kvutuekytfuntjr of Mmliwu, ict are you Weldon Ilergl" W. K. I.. Wood. Biid H. U, Wood. 1'rvii "Yea, dear." dent sud CftitiJer ol tb aboit uamrd ftuk, do olvinnljr wrar tbt Uif Atova ttat "And you did come today, and last and year, and the year before, and I meot It iruv to th Ut vt our kuow-djtwouldn't see you. I remember now," H.U.WOUDB.CtcLlvr. "Tell nm you love me, dear. We'll Subicrltfd aotl tworu to b(ur in this Ivth forget the rest." nf Julv 1II1H. "Yen, I love you, John, better than W. K.Chmp. Nolarr Public anything lu the world." ,.VMMVVV1VJto happen tn conn' "How ii Dy LOUIS OLIVER. . The Second Week of Our Bi JUL i ..n.i i cjr v r L L j;Ttnt njcci'Ks, Hundreds, of ahoppcis linvo tliroiiKi'tl .h o ir ..toif, after tiny, reapiiiK nmny bargains io lie found in tlii:-- i jin-n- t nali. Wo iirt'tlkt this wool: the nn'atost wale of all sak'.. IVopIc aro liocoininir nore ri.';oi..silcil to the fai't that this sale? i. a irreat monoy SaviitK Sale. This is the week we oiler some very extra Sjiecials on all Odd Dressers K H ! is l We mean to clean these entirely from our Slock regardless of what they co.t. We have many beautiful GOLDEN OAR, WALNUT I AND MAHOGANY : i DRESSERS 'in 3 vv'.jch yo'i may choose perhaps on may need a lied room suite. If to j v. ill ud equally as many bargains in in lioldi'ii Oak. Walnut and : 3 I I SAPP Lurrfesl i S Stit'fes.Hdts to A F Wlirelrr I'm tiittirc I mm and Hug Store. t l o M X ft Danville's Furniture t m ' Danville, I Kentucky. i t i i IWINMtMHNICMIHMMN(MC JU CARRARD'S Rf.D CROSS MULE. County of From Mercer to the I THRIFTY PAYS MORE MONEY GIVES MORE SATISFACTION. M STOCK CAN THRIVl If PIJUKD witn iici.ucttt.MitivftiAS, 3CAb,mn&( mocri'.ta jmii ClfAN CUT trilSt. AC.AiriST PAASITCS,CUAD V cf amoun'.i ng t. . er Oarrard, A lied Crots A long-eare- gift ame son of toil grey-haire- d To queer the KaUer's game. I'm looking for the Kaiser' goat And surelv if I find him, I'll kick him down the tyrant's throul Of atrocities to remind him. If 'Bill' had the kicks I've llooveriiedj In a vear and a half of life I'm sure he'd not be recogniied By closest friend or wife. As thru Kaintuck I bray my way To kick against the Kniser, (!ct out your dimes; let no one say That you have been a miser $30. m men's , l'l ar'! cats over s i rs $30, ttic.Vs hats uver $t, shirts oer .n.un.a. over V2; hesicry otvr 35 rent"; shoes ever $5; gloves oter $2; underwear ocr 3; all neckwear and isncs; women's dresses over tk rts ntcr Slti; lints over $10; shoes over id. lingerie utcr : corsets over 's and all furs, fans, etc; clothing, including suits over $15; pures, toilet articles, etc, over t' .ir frr uits (nor.1 than $, Disuse: CONTAGIOUS OISI.SLS, CUANJt.PumiY, AHO OtOOCBIZt USt Lrt&, iWtfVJsrfil. stn.s is In addition to all these tuxts, which would be levied directly upon the conrumer, the list proposes duub-- 1 g the present motion picture ud-i- r )lii lax and imposing u tax of fi per cent, on moving picture theater rentals, with the present film tax eliminated. Word From Dre'r Wllllims. Oar' land 'nnff ter feed do worl", but don't lids de feet dnt It need After oii git In a good workln" I cousin' got t r make de land feel hiirmr good. Illf de only way ter have a ' happy time all 'roiin' n Ml" for my photo l well spent Let's all cet in the game; Till everywhere that I have went They'll be glad that I have tame. A dime - wws.m irn A REAL NECESSITY ABOUT HORSCS.CATTIE.SHUP.SWINE DOCS. GOATS MO POULTRY. tit wor etntso jicooiiowio -- U.r0M.0(NM',t STANDARDIZED. lmp iunc:r-nit im,iiii it i Ol koi masijij s in n li e.H wn) tlll'UNt. t'j -- General Maude. HELP GENERAL MAUDE Mm Keep Well Do not alh.v ih? poisoni ol undigested lood to accumuLI: in your bowels, where llicy ue resorted into cjrn, system. LiJiKCfilbn.con-fiipalioIirad.icli;, tud blood, and tiuircror other trouble at: bound ICe. to lilnw, your tys!cni cle- -t, es tl:u' -anila of ethers do. Ly taking an occmoi A Jose ol the old, Hhbie, vegetable, laiuily l.vcr nicci-cin- e. TO WIN THE WAR If every citizen of (Jarrard county children, women and wear a button to help Garrard s mule, the local chapter will be "well men--1U Peoples Bank heeled". fie sure to attend the Big Auction of this mule ut Lsncstter. Ky., July 20th, 1918, 8 P. M., Fchool Auditor ium. Be sure and come to this Sale und hear n great Putriptic Address. Beautiful music and sinking. This yearling mule wna started on its mission of mercy by Mercer (Ky) Phupter American Bed Cross an t will C.unty be t fined tn to Lincoln ('(' ,iier at tlie c'.use of the sale. McR0DrtS Drug Store LUXURIES TO BEAR BURDENS.' 1'rcparations for frnniliig the new war revenue bill went forward In the M Thedforcl'o House Ways und Means Committee Wednesday with attention centering upon the list of suggestions for new or higher taxes on luxuries and nee . "I don't know VHitis submitted Tuesduy by the ul. ' mottothis v.ur's ubout, but I'm doing Trtusury Depiirtmeut. 1,1 in it out. Besides doubling present tuxes on ' nf. r the Kami'; get on your quadrupling; liquors and tobacco, soft drink levies, und making general Manager Ked Cros increuses in ether existing rates, the .A Triasury suggestions include tuxes War Tuiv! Committee. of iiO per cent, on retail prices of Mule Comnilttte: watches and clocks, except , Jewelry, Jml(' I.. I.. Walker, Chairman, those sold to army or navy men; "0 Ju . I. Hamilton, Judge, per cent, on nutomobiW, bicycles, W. B. Burton, Sturtcr, musical instruments, etc.; 10 cents a Joe S, Haselden, Auctioneer. I gallon on gasoline, to be paid by the (II. IS. Take u good square look wholesaler! 10 percent, on hotel bills at th: pmtty girl who offers this but-- 1 for rooms over $2.50 u day or Ainer-t- t for nnyjiian plun over $5; 10 per cent, on all it lor sn'e and 'ou't usk cafe or reslnurunt bills, and taxes c!ai"e. ) Bleo aiig fe "We Invo u:ed 'I Ubc';-Ut,ujl- Mrs. V. r. Pickle, cf Iislii(! I'awn.Oa., v r.tcs: lieu-lor- it a lamlly tnedicinc. My u 3 inotlier-In-- too strong lor tier, so she used mild hsalive and liver regulator . . . We use It in the family and bcherc it is the best medicine for the liver made." Try it. Inilst on the cenuine Thedford's. iSsargck-e- . U-- Ukecaloinclai llcccmej not