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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 18, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918071801_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 18, 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 18. 1918. NUMBER 16. NOTICE Cf Ht fectiM f Amy M The Subscription Price of This Paper Will be $1.50 a Year, After August 1st, 1918Pay-abl- e in Advance. All Arrears and Renewals Paid before that date will be charged the Old Kate. Look at Your Label a:;d Send Remittance at Once. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tnke good care of your Ford, The war Is reducing the output of motor enrr, therefore see that your present Ford is kept in smooth running condition that you may get the full satisfactory service it is built to give, firing ft to us that our experienced workman may keep They know how to it in first class condition. do it We use only genuine Ford materials and make Ford factory prices. Let us take care of ycur Ford and it will serve you fine every da, in the year. MirW tit-,- . MUtinc nrlt-;- i Lvfud tur.NOTICE. CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind of farming Implements are very hard to get. If you arc Interested and need Dr. J W Weber, the Foot Doctor, will be in Lancaster on Wednesday's and Saturday's only. Those who want to see him call between 11:20 A. M., nnd 7:30 P M., nt his office ot the SIMPSON' HOUSE. AN OVERSIGHT anything In this Hue, give us your order now. Conn LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. v3 riri rir IE Fourth Mr. A. F. Sanders sold a fine bunch of I'll lambs, which averaged DO pounds each, to W. I. The t.il word in procrastination for 10 cents, lie raised this hunch i setting oir firecrackers on the morn from CO ewes, anil every one was the 1 ir of the Fifth of July. best ever put on the market. Germany thought she had effectu- Have joti read General Pershing's Hut Russia list of acts of gallantry in the army : ',! lUt I'.UKKI to sleep. I h way of turning in her sleep. and marine corn in France for Wlien the experted German offen- - whiih the distinguished service cross ve lie-i- ns the Allies have an excel-len- t was awarded? Each incident as redefensive nit rendy to oppose it. corded contains all the elements for a long heroic story We trust that nfter the harvest to lluur: holders are requested tie heaviest hurden of the American buy their supplies for nest Sunday farmer v. ill I a fine sack of wheat. early Saturday. Stores are request President Wilson's golf experience ed to close by 7 p. m., in order that keeps him In training. Every one of ell may come to the Red Cross Mass his speeches is a drive against tho Meetinft at the High School building, Huns. Saturday Evening, July 20th, at 8 p. m. When the government takes conof the telegraph, telephone and trol During the cables, will there he more or less wire n sugar limitation, pulling than Jt present? do not complain if your coffee is not lly the way, if our soldiers should sweet enough. The French arc albe despatched to Russia, do you lowed but thirteen pounds of sugar think they would rather have Coco-Col- a per year per person, the Italians only nine pounds, if they can get it. or cocoa in Kola? The price of sugar in France is twenty-fOur summer reading u ill be the ive cents, in Italy sixty cents a newspapers. Who wants fictisn when pound. the incidents of the great war are unrolling themselves before us? THEATERS STILL POPULAR , The Iliir Splash on the llig Mr.Schwab's Dig Idea ! The (resident's phrase "that no ble death which is only a glorious is a lifting word of consummation" obituary for any man who dies in the service of his country. Why is Wall Street?" The ques which the ordinnry mortal has 1 retimes asked, has received an -er. Wall Street has paid over i J 110,000,000 lnrovenue taxes for the lust fiscal car tnn The stress of war is causing no loss to the American theaters. Ite ports of the Internal Revenue liu reau show the people are going to the theaters more than they were be fore the war. More than $4,500,000 sun collected as theater and concert taxes in the month of May alone, showing that $4.1.00(1,000 hail been spent in this form of amusement. "Conserve or freeze" Is Dr. Gar field's latest order, backed up with Pnitation of the quantity of coal al There is lowed each householder. which alternative we no question shall all choose. no hofrkpapers lly order of the Federal Govern a ment we must drop from our mailing lists all persons who nre now receiving complimentary copies of this paper. This has been ordered, along with the abolishing of free exchanges 'ho department stores are already with other papers, as u means of reSo advertising ndvance fall styles in lieving the paper shortage. women's cunts, suits and dresses. please du not nsk us to violate this ruling by nuking for a free copy, and The American advance fall style paper, in machine guns and iimunition uru if you think enough of the send in that dollar before August 1st. also in readiness. A vacation spent nway from home FINE WAR PICTURE. arrangement to is a providential make a man realise that he lus the House Opera The Human's is best job in the world, the best home bringing to the people of this county world, and the best wife ami the greatest war picture thut has r.i the c'..lu'ren in the world. been released. It is n dramutiiation of Ambassador Gerard's famous are requested to book, "My Four Years in Germuny", Householders bu" their supplies for next Sunday, and is sponsored by patriotic societearly Saturday. Stores are request- ies and the Government its it powered to close by 1 p. in., in order thut ful piece of American propaganda. ill limy come to the Red Cross Mass Kvery one should see it It will be Meeting, lit the High School building, shown July 22nd and 23rd, both Saturday livening, July 20lh. nt 8 inutineo and night, p. m. laist Thursday night about nino o'clock the store room and all contents belonging to William Whitaker near Nina, were destroyed by fire. Mr. Whltuker had just completed the store building and hud restocked it with a splendid stock of general merchandise. His loss Is about picnic?" the Sunday-Scho$0,000 with only $4,000 insurance. The question of the day: "What A. II. Uastin and Son have duplicated can I do today to help win the war," the bill of lumber and the store room I The question of the week: "What will bo rebuilt at once. are the Allies doing in France?" Always keep Insured with K. C, of the month: The question Gaines. "What shall the harvest be?" Vie question of the minute:-"Ho- v ea v.o put the ice canl in the window so thut it will not be obsecurcd by the Food Administrntoin curd, the First or Second lted Cross cards, the Third Liberty Loan banner, or the War Savings Stamps placard?" The question of the hour! "Moth-er- , wilt you bake a cake to take to LOSES STORE BY FIRE. LANCASTER, KY. lly an oversight we failed to get in the report of the condition of the WILL BE A HUMME- R,- MA, PA AND Hank of Ilryantsvilte in our Inst issue hut which we publish in this. The THE MULE TO BE THERE. statement is n good one and speuks well for the institution of which Mr. He sure and come to this grcnt J. C Williams is its cashier. Patriotic Ked Cross Mass Meeting at the High School Auditorium Sat REPUBLICAN SPEAKING urdny evening. July 20th, 8 P M Hon. 11. J Ilethurum, of Somerset Kvery man or woman in Garrard Ky., will speak at the tVjrt House, County who has a boy in the service Monday July 22, at one o'clock, now or who will have a boy in the (County Court Dayi He is n can- service of his country soon should didate for United Stntes Senator und come to this meeting which lins Leon is Circuit Judge in the adjoining arranged for the purpose of stimu District, including Rockcastle oun luting ami awakening the patriotism ty Everybody come. of the people who are uniteil as never before in the determination to win WEST the great world war in which we arc DEATH OF JUDGE CLAYTON DOG OWNERS ATTENTION. now engaged, nnd which we must It is with profouml regret thut we Dog owners should bear in mind win or surfer the dreadful conseA. ARNOLD. chronicle the death of L. Thurston that the new law for assessing dogi quences. We, who are here living West, which took place at Albuquer-gu- e, SUMMONS COMES now in force nnd that failure to in pence nnd security, owe to our LAST FRIDAY, is N. M., alst Friday. He was n comply with this requirement entails country at this time n duty not to be noble boy and we extend deepest a fine of $100. nnd imprisonment for shirked or evaded ami those who Judge Clayton Anderson Arnold, sympathy to the sorrowing mother, three months. The ownership of a do shirk at this time will be remem- one of the most prominent citizens brothers and devoted wife in their dog also includes the harboring of bered after the war by the soldiers of Garrard county, died last Friday loss, yet we wish to say to them, the animal or the permission to re who return ami leferred to in terms morning at ten o'clock nnd was burthat they should peer through the main about one's premises. Watch of scorn and derision as slackers and ied Sunday afternoon in the Lancasveil of tears now glistening in their your step and do not get caught. dodgem who failed to back them up ter cemetery. ejes and in their imagination picture The esteem in which he was held to themselves the immortal spirit of when they offered their lives for their country. No man or woman by his neighbors and friends, was this splendid young man, whose body-noOFFENSIVE A FAILURE. Garrard county, it is to be hoped evinced by the kindly and untiring lies in the cemetery at his old press reports show the lat in wishes to be put in this class of nttcntion which they devoted to him Kentucky home where he lived to est German offensive a complete slackers. Lets all come out to this during the short period of Illness, failure and the ground gained in the meeting and show by our presence that few- - realized would result so young manhood. L. Thurston West was born Dec. first day's attack has been retaken that we are buck of the boys nt the soon in his death. 23, 1889, at Lancaster, Ky, and by brilliant counter thrusts of the The deceased was a typical farmer spent his boyhood days at his front and in the camps, and buck of native French und American forces. The the President of this great country and loved that industry nnd all per place. He went to Washington, D. Americans in a counter attack at in the life and death struggle in taining to it, living on a beautiful C, in 1908 and entered the employthe bend of the Marne captured lfiOO which we are to a finish. Itemeniber farm near town. ment of the Columbia Planagraph prisoners. The enemy losses to date the In 1913 he was elected County Company, and remained statement of our great President with this are estimated at 100,000, "That he who is not for us is against Judge of Garrard county, nnd served firm continuously until his health us" nt this time and note those who the county faithfully in this office failed. He was highly thought of REYNOLDS-KEL- LY. are and have been absent and who for four years. He was exceedingly by this corporation and had attained have failed to do their full duty popular and affable and also served a very responsible position. Mr. II. F. Kelly and Miss Lula when they should have been glad to the county ns sheriff for a term of He went to Albuquerque N. M., in Reynold surprised many their years, both offices he filled with do it. the spring of 1917 hoping to regain friends lust Wednesday, when they Itemember that General Grant credit to himself and to the party his health. After making a vain slipped uway to Jellico, Tenn., und once said: "I can win the wnr if which elected him. He was a man struggle he departed this life on were married. the people back home don't run", of quiet disposition both in his home July 12, 1918, and was brought back Mrs. Kelly is the daughter of Mr. and be sure that If we do not back up nnd his neighborhood, u loving fath- to his old home for burial. and Mrs. J. H. Keynolds, who moved the boys at the front to the utmost er und a kind and devoted husband. His remains were taken to the to Lancaster from Ilondstown, Ky., He is survived by his wife, who residence of our ability that we cannot win of his uncle, Mr. W. T. about one year ago. She has a win- this war. marriage before her wns Miss West and interment was made in the ning disposition and has made many Georgia Moore, and two children, Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday July friends since coming to Ijincustcr. Mrs. Harold Oldham, of Richmond 16, services being conducted by Rev. Mr. Kelly ulso cume to our city BUYS 74 HEAD OF FINE nnd son Clayton, Jr., nre left to J. It. Moorman of the Christian about the same time, from Danville, mourn his loss. Mr. Arnold was the church, the church which Thurston anil holds a good position at W. J. M, Arnold nnd Mrs. joined in his early youth. REGISTERED CATTLE. son of the late T. Kenans Carriage idiop. He is u perArnold, the latter surviving him. He leaves a wife, a Washington fect gentleman in every respect and A. D. Ilradshaw has Just returned He is also survived by two brothers. D. C, girl whose maiden name was s well worthy of the help-mat- e has from Illinois with two car loads of Ashby, of this county und Lee Ar- Miss Amy Harding, his mother, Mrs. chonn to go through life together. regitered Angus cattle which were nold, now with the Expeditionary J. Wesley West, three brothers, MilWe extend to them congratulations purchased from Mr. T. II. Hrent of Forces in France, and four sisters, lard F. West, of Wnshington, D. C, und wish them much happiness Smithshirc Illinois, out of his herd Mrs. William Burnett, of Shelbyville, and Willie II. und Charles W. West, through life. uf 250 head. This was u choice se- Mrs. Den King nnd Mrs. Worford, of of TuUu. Okla, lection and Garrurd County was very Iloyle County nnd Mrs. Clyde With COST OF LIVING fortunate in having such cattle ers, of this county. The deceased was a member of the QUENTIN ROOSEVELT KILLED brought in and distributed to our Christian church, his membership beKEPT DOWN. best farmers und cuttle men. Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt, youngMr. E. C. McWhorter of Paint ing nt Pleasant Grove where he al- est son of the former American Prcsidrnt's Yelo of Wheat C.li;Will Pre Lick purchased ofthis herd from Mr. ways gave liberally of his means. President, has been killed in an air Ilradshaw, 33 yearling heifers, 3 To enumerate his kindly characteris fight, the semiofficial Ilavus News led the Consumer. tics would be no small task, for he Agency announces. cows and calves and a herd bull. His machine Congress is expected to repass the Woods Wulker of Paint Lick pur was an exceptionally warm-heartefell into the enemy lines. kind, popular und courteous gentle-ma- n $11,000,000 agricultural appropria- chased Id head consisting of cows Lieut. Roosevelt was last seen in and one whose death will be tion bill nfter eliminating the section nnd rillves. Jim Wnn.la nlsn nf combat Sunday morning with two I mourned by the entire community, setting u wheat price of $2.40 u Paint Lick nurchased 8 head consist. enemy airplanes about ten miles ing of cows and calves, and Ernest in which he has lived all his life, bushel. the German lines in the Chateau Kev. F. M, Tinder, hi former pus-to- r, The bill was vetoed by President Woods purchased 8 bead consisting Thierry sectoi. He started out with assisted by Kev. J. It. Moorman, Wilson because of wheat provision. of cows nnd calves. a patrol of thirteen American maAll that see these cuttle pronounce conducted the funeral services at the chines. The president said in his message They encountered seven grave Suiuluy afternoon. 4 to Congress thut setting the price of them the best ever brought Into the Germans and were chasing them The large crowd of friends gatherwhent by statute was "inelastic" und state. back, when two of them turned on Mr. Hrent has been u very careful ed to pay tho last respects and the Lieut. Roosevelt. the present method of regulation had breeder for 18 years and all tho cat- numerous and beautiful floral ofproven satisfactory. tteally Amount to Nothing. He pointed out that the present tle were bred nnd raised on his farm. ferings were indicative of the high ' ilon'r like these cold, precle, per-- . price had stimulated production to He has kept at the head of his herds esteem in which he was held. p niple, who, In order not to peuk such nn extent the country had rais- the best bulls that could be bought i, never upeak at all, und In " ed more than 900,000,000 bushels of from the Illack Hird ami Dlack Cap BACK TO JESUS' ARMS. not to do wrong, never do families. wheat this year. Ileecher. The little baby boy of Kev. and This shipment of registered cuttle "Our granaries are likely to overflow- and anxiety of the nation's al- is the biggest ever brought Into the Mrs. S. G. Callison, who was given Palm Tree Has Long Life. lies in the war against Germany is state by one man. Mr. Ilradshaw is them for only one day died Monday It requires about seven years to relieved," the president said, in a breeder and doing much for the up- July 8, and was buried in the Lancas- grow palms to the slzii necessary for AH that loving hands good speuking of the bumper wheut crop. building of the cattle Industry of ter Cemetery. fan leaves und after that they He has a nice held could do was without avail for there furnUli nn nnuual crop Indefinitely, He also said the $2.40 would add Garrard County. wings the CIJnee Matins that the trees lire $2 u barrel to the price of Hour, This started and has made some extra was a rustling of the angels and it bore baby James Raymond, to for hundreds of years, producing their would mean an increase of $387,000-00- 0 good sales in the last year. He recently purchased a 12 months set him in the midst of One who said annual crop. An old tree will produce to the price of the crop for s large as Are feet In length wheat this year, bringing nbout a old bull calf in the sale of E. T. "Suffer little children to come unto lcares-iicorresponding inciense In cost of Lantz, ut Chicago, to head his herd me and forbid them not for such Is with a breadth just above the lower ad of perhaps three feet. the Kingdom of Heaven." living und nazes. for which he paid $750. 'RED CROSS MASS MEETING MASELDEN BROS. GARAGE. X 5 The Central Reci rd, 1 msday.July 18. 1918 "Kaiserism Mus u ? JJ 7 If V 7 Be Wiped Off The n 8 x 13 -- jj e IE e So Says President Wilson In Commenting Upon Gerard's Account of "My Four Years In Germany" "Story Will Live as Long as America is a Republic." MAYOR JEWETT, OF INDIANAPOLIS, AND MAYOR SMITH OF LOUISVILLE, HIGHLY COMMEND WORK OF AMBASSADOR. -- Following to-nig- Face Of The Earth era era ALSO 99 jy JT if It If Hats Off to our Fighting President F r W Si n M J? jr 1 s SL id t i jr CO jr WASHINGTON, D. C. (Special) a special performance given of Ambassador Gerard's photoplay story, "My Four Years in Germany", given to help the latest Liberty Loan, President Wilson said: "Let every American see 'My Four Years in Germany', and Kaiserism will soon be wiped off the face of the earth. This picture will live as long as America is a Republic." Other prominent Government officials .had similar words of praise for the truly wonderful picturization of Ambassador Gerard's own story a story based on real facts and not fiction. It is the hope of the sponsors for this photoplay that the picture will be seen by every man, woman and child in America, so that all of us can better appreciate just why we are at war. ht -- 7i M Woodrow Wilton. p. ji CO i jp a a "Because I want to bring home to our people the gravity of the situation, 'My Four Years in Germany' has become a striking historical document, a plain record that none can misunderstand, of the madness of a people drunk with autocracy. That is why I gave permission to have this story put into motion pictures." -- JAMES W. GERARD. ROHAN'S OPERA CO HOUSE July CHILDREN 22-23- rd ADULTS I 7 1 30c, 40c, per cent in shipping space have re Weekly War News Digest Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United State and on the Dattla Fronts, from Washington. D. C Photographs of Navy Heroes Wanted during the summer and fall. In The Navy Department is collecting some instances the camp work has photographs of enlisted men who been extended to drainage of an enlore their lives in the war that their tire district surrounding the camp to arising nuftnery may be perpetuated. Secre- remove danger of disease tary Daniels asks relatives or others from the proximity of swamps. to lend I Liberty theaters have been erect-- 1 htvintr such photographs them to the Navy that copies may be cil at all national Army cantonments. I Each of these theaters has an aver Origimade for the Navy's records. seating capacity of nals will be returned to the owners age inclosed 2,000. Theaters and amusement as fast as copies can be made. A photograph of each man is to be halls have been erected also in the forwarded by the Navy Department National Guard camps and at other troops arc in training. n points where to the training station where he his career in the service. At Navy Enforces Direct Purchase each of cuch stations a memorial galPolicy. lery cf honor or a hero's corner is to Manufacturers and dealers arc enbe established so that for all time the face of the man of the Navy who couraged under the policy of the has made the supreme sacrifice may Navy Department to deal direct with be honored by the youth of the fu- the department. The purpose is to ture sent to the station for training. eliminate the middleman In purchasAll pictures loaned or contributed, es of supplies and materials. should be securely wrapped for mall-la- g "In my annual report", says Hear after they have been marked Admiral Samuel McGouan, "manuwilli the name, branch of service, facturers were warned ngainst pro conand training station the young man fiteering agents, professional They tractors, and naval brokers. In our entered after enlistment. should be adclrevcd to the Recruit- regular mailing circular of January ing Division, Bureau of Navigation, 3, 1013, we expressed the hope that D. 'manufacturers who have not availed Navy Department, Washington, C. Cars will be taken to returu themselves of the opportunity to bid ufely the photograph to the sender, direct will do so, as it will prove of when desired, together with one of ndvantagc to them ,in bringing them In more Intimate touch with the the cup is made of it. Sisc F Acnty CantDs and Canton-uibiil- s Nuvy and thereby make it reputation for the materials which they manuIncreased. M.re than $22,000,000 liuvo been expen.'eJ during the past six months under tho direction of the Construction Division of the Army in making additions and improvements to camps This sum does and cantonments. not Include the cost of additions to the hospital equipments ox the Improvements made at other Army stations. The improvement work consisted of additional buildings for housing for their the men and providing comforts and needs. Among build ings erected were quarters for offic era and nurses, repair shops, addi- barracks, tional plants, kitchens and bakeries, and theaters. New roads were laid and sanitation works improved and ex tended. Many additional buildings are con templated, and general construction work will be rushed to completion coffee-roastin- g facture.' "The fact is the responsibility of contractors was never so thoroughly investigated and they were never held to a stricter accountability than they have been since this country entered the war. The jnumbcr of responsible direct bidders has Increased greatly and the number of agents and intermediaries has been reduced to a minimum. The safeguards against profiteering have been strengthened, not relaxed." There are over 14,000 names on the bidders' list of the Navy Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, representing every section of the country. These manufacturers and dealers furnish over CO, 000 classes of articles used by the Navy. Student Nurses Enter Camp Schools. Three hundred Lpplirants for stu dent nurscf. to enter training schools in the base hospitals at cantonments Rapidly. were accepted recently. There, have The service Bureau of the Com- -' applibeen more than a thousand mittee on Public Information has cations for entrance to these Army taken over various departmental in- schools of nursing since the Governdependent Information bureaus at ment sent out Its call for student Union Station, Washington, will connurses. solidate and reorganise them and be The majority of those offering prepaied to give all visitors accurate have been college Information on Government business their services end the names and location of those women or women with u complete The traineducation. clothed with authority to speak and ing units will be assigned It Is expectact for the Government. Each Since the service bereau opened ed, during the present month. offices May 1 It has built up a raid- - unit will number 25 to 30 student Indsx uysteni with 50,000 entries, nurses and will be supervised by an many of tho cards being subject to accredited and competent nursing indally revision and correction. In a structor and by a trained woman, recent week the bureau handled who will be responsible for the phyBetter Ship Loadlnj Helps Our Allies 1,630 visiters seeding special infor- sical welfare and recreation. 20 mation and answered an averags of Economies of approximately Department of Agriculture spec ialists, appealing for Increased pro- -' per cent In shipping weight and SO 150 query letters daily. Information Service Bureau Expands high-scho- of suited from improved methods packing merchandise for overseas practiced by the Army Quartermas ter Corps. This is equivalent to about 2,500 tons space per month, For the shipment of clothing and equipage, including such Items as blankets, barrack bags, towels, she ter tent halves, bedding, and other dry goods, in addition to wearing ap-- J pare!, baling has been substituted for boxing, and the weight of the lumber saved. The bales average 30 by 15 by 15 inches and weigh 00 pounds. They are bound with not lers than four cold rolled unannealed proof heavy paper is used to cover steel bands. Burlap over water-th- c bales, and there are two "cars" on cither ends of the bale for handling. Women are s'.cvcdores on the docks in France. There is a law they shell not be required to carry packages weighing more than TO pounds. Tackages shipped to- - the American Expeditionary Fcrccs are standardized to they shall not weigh more than 70 pounds for handling by one HO WKtnan carrier cr more than pounds by two women carriers. Men handle the heavier packages and the bor.es that must bo useil instead of bales. The Quartermaster Corp recom-- ; mends tJ manufacturers supplying tho Army many similar economies In packing and shipping which will result in even more pronounced space and weight saving. Round cans and containers entail a waste in space of 23 per cent. Square containers arc urged. It Is estimated that every inch saved through bale compression Is worth 05 cents in ship space. on ductlon of poultry and eggs, make these suggestions: Keep better poultry; select healthy vigorous breeders; hatch early; preserve eggs; cull the s (locks; grow as much poultry feed as possible; supply the family table; eat more poultry and eggs and conserve omies to be enforced by newspapers the meat supply. publithing a dally and weekly edition: The division cn women's war work Discontinue the acceptance of of the Committee on Tublic Informathe return of unsold copies. tion announces that the trustees of Discontinue the use of all samples Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. V., promotion copies. or free wives ami daughters of Army Discontinue giving copies to any- officers three scholarships, including g body, except for cop- tuition and laboiatcry fees, for 1918-1- 0 ies or where required by statute law covering household science, In the rase of official advertising. household arts, and preparation for! Discontinue giving free copies to institutional work. advertisers, except not more than one copy each for checking purposes. Crack Navy Cunr.er Steps Submarine Discontinue the arbitrary forcing I The fouith shot from n gun man- cf copies on news dealers (I. e., com-- 1 net uy a ;vaiy armed guard on an pclling them to buy more copies than American merchant ship struck the they ran legitimately sell in order to coming tcwer of a German submarine, which attacked the ship May hold certain territory). The Discontinue the buying back of 12 lest at 1,003 yards distance. papers ct cither wholesale or retail submarine was compelled to sub-- ! merge after having launched four! selling price from dealer or agents In order to secure prcfcrent.a! rep torpedoes, two of which missed the steamer's bow by about 12 feet, resentation. Chief Gunner's Mate Harry It. Chum-- 1 Discontinue tl.o payment cf bers, commanding the armed guard, cr commissions to agents, deal Newspapers Must Economise Print Paper. Because of an acute shortage In the supply of paper the War Indus-trieBeard announced, effective July 15, the following preliminary econ- was commended iels for efficient by Secretary Danconduct. The Medical Department, United States Army, needs women as reconstruction aids. The office of the Surgeon General announces: "The work of reconstruction aids is divi( ded into two sections. those women who are well trained in mas- cage and the other forms of physiotherapy, and (2) these who arc trained in simple handcrafts." Forel.ni service $00, home servile pay ISO per month and quarters allow ances. palf Illinois it the center of agricultural production of the United States says the Department of Agriculture. States of greatest production 1917 are: Iowa, $1,330,000,000; Illinois. $1,255,000,000; Texas $1,045,000,-00- 0; Missouri, $947,000,000; Ohio, $351,000,000; NebrasLa, $774,000,-00- 0; Indiana, $700,000,000: Kansas. $735,000,000; New York, $700,000,- 000; Minnesota, $040,000,000; Georgia, 1030,000,000; $005,000,000; Wisconsin, $598,000,-000- ; California. $575,000,000; Michigan. $531,000,000; Kentucky, $529, 000,000. ers, or newsboys for tho purpose of uecuring tile equivalent of return privileges. Discontinue nil free exchanges. members Southern farm boy-clu- b produced in 1917 food and feed valued at $4,010,121, the Department of Agriculture reports. A total of 115,745 boys were enrolled In regular clubs in 14 Stutes. Put on the Bevo Glasses when you set the table for the bite you are going to enjoy with your guests of the evening. Here is n lunch menu worth remembering : Cream cheese and chopped olive sandwiches (on brown bread) dill pickles shrimp salad ice ccld Bevo. Itself n nutritive, Bevo adds an appalling flavor to imy meal hot or cold, licht or heavy. everywhere families supplied by crocers. drucsfcta or dealers. The soft drink Ee.-ve- d Sjnu AcruretenJ froMW 9Mt!ulvmly ey Anheuser-Busc- h St. Louis I Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Distributor. CKAU OKCHAKD. KV. 3saB . iimmwmsw;j The Antral Record, Thursrlay, July 18, 1918. he never gave n nn hour's ret. Our lght that It mafcr no Impre In twin? n tiutrher Khop you reputation as machine gunner wa nt are not rhocked by feeing n dead tur slnke; we tried various rues to locale key hanging from a hook. Well, In and put this gun nut of action, hut France, n dead body la looked upon each one proved to be n failure, nnd Frltx became n worse nulsnnce than from the rnmo ancle. Hut, nevertheless, when our nix day ever. He wns getting freher nnd more careless every day, took nil kinds of were up, no were tickled to drnth to liberties with us thought he was In' be relieved Our marhlno gun company InM vincible. Then one of our crew got n brilliant aeventecn killed ntid thirly-on- e wound ed In that llltln local affair of Idrn nnd wo were ell enthusiastic tn put It to the test. "utrnlchlenlng the line," while the Here was hi scheme; other companies clicked It worre than When firing my gun, I wns to play no did. my tune, and Fritz, nn doubt, would After the attack we went Into re- it. fall for It, try tn Imltnte me a nn Cnlng No llnn'ii Lnnd wit limit verve lilllcli for rlx dnyx, nnd on th added Insult, This gunner nnd two In ret blUata, Km. clkkine nnjr caminltle. we inme to r evenlli once ngaln we were In rest CHArrnn ark other would try, by Ihe sound, to rata hla flrat eiparlanca aa a masa the (iiminii trenrh nnd mounted our orderlyI'rltr. nnd his gun. After having CIIApTKIl VH-EUaxna how tha gunt on the imrinhm n,f name. got Ihe mention, they would mount CHAPTCR XXII. XlrltUh aoldtcra ara M. In my life I nevir onw nich n me two machine guns In trees. In n little In tha fronMlne CHAPTKIl VIH-tta- ck hunilien of tainted Imrliiil wire Ijrlnc hla flnt frltnd of tha trench, Kmpay Stunti. clump of wood to the left of nur ceme nboiit, fhell holm everywhere, trench Punishments and Machine-Gutranrhea "go Wt.M pay Soon after my arrival In I'rnnce; In tery, and while Fritz wn In the middle makM hla flnt nil hanhtil In, purnKln cone, nnd dead CHAPTEn of hi le.on, would'open up nnd trust Tlalt to a dugout In "Hulclda Ditch." ImtleK, why, that ditch wn full of fact, from my enlistment, I had found to luck. liy our calculation, It would learnt what CI I A PIT M a "day 'a work In tha front Una them, thrlm nnd ours. It wns n regu- that In the !!rltlh nrmy dNrlpllne li tnke nt least n week to pull off the t ranch. lar morgue. Home were mnncled hor- very atrlcl. One him to be very enre stunt. ClIATTKn roa "owr tha fill In order to May on the nnrrow path top for tha flnt tlma to a char on tha ribly from our hell fire, while other If Fritz refused to swnllow our Imlt Otrman IrenchM and la wounded by a were wholly or liarlly hurled In the of government virtue. It would be lnipolbl. tn locate his bayontt Ihrutt. There are about seven million wn) mud, the reult of hell eniilonloiit cav"atif-dd- a per Jolna tha CHAITHH of breaking the king' rcgolntlimi; to special gun, nnd thnt s the one we were club" aa tha bombing aquad la called. ing In the Willi ol the trcmh. One nfter, because they nil found alike-- , u XIII-Ka- ch Tommy geta an (lead German w.i lying on hU hiak, keep one jou have to break another. CHAITKH The worst puulidimcnt I death by a slow official bath. with n rifle ntlcklim tralht up In the Our prestige wns hanging by nelp die an CHAPTER XIV-Em- pey i:lr, the hejorn't of which wan hurleil firing rn,uiid, or "up agaltiKt the wall," thvntl. In the battalion we had In en' adranrad trtnch under German flra. lUtenlna poV In to the hilt In hli cht. Acro hln leet na Tommy rnll It, CIIAPTEU XV-- On of Thli Is for deterllon, cowardice, niU' dure allii kind our Insult and fn!i re No Man'a lAnd. Cngllnh voldler with n hul-le- t I.iy n ability hi silencing to mark arttlterymen "put CIIAITKIl XVI-T- wo hole In hi" forehead. Thl Toium) tiny, giving Information to the enemy, Fritz. Kvcn to the battalion that C on otar" on old Pepper, their rectmentat tniMt have been killed JujI ht he ran looting, rne, robbing the dead, forcing man gun wn n sore spot. commander. a xafegunrd, Mrlklng n Miierlor, etc. haa narrow n IiIr hajonet through the German. CllAlTF.lt Nvxt day, Fritz opened up ns usual hlla on patrol duty In No Man'a Then cornea the punMimcnt of fist)' Itltliv nnd iiiiilnimiit were Land. trench with I let hint fire nwny for n while r n four day In the front-lin- e iHwl hi In real Mlleta rlinut, nnd oeenMounlly n CHAITnn XVIII-na- ck men nutted In witti my "pup-piiii-- j' ( Empay wrr.ra an I atagea a farca comedy. con'n e seen ftlcklnu out of the mud out relief. During thl time you have puiniup-pup.- " I kept thl up quite a hava many CIIAITKIl t nie int. Jut In the entrnnro r. to engage In all ruld. working; parllen waya to imuit themaelvea whlla "oa their while, ued two belts of ammunition, e cuiiiinuiilciitloii trench, wim n Htretth ln'o Man' Ijind. and every own." volunteer! for ir On thl Ktritener n (iennnn wn undertaking that dunes along. It you Fritz had stopped tiring lo listen. Then CIIAPTnU -a machine run nervlca and goea back Into days you he started In; sure enough, be bad nrouu-n while lHii(ljr ''It live through the alxty-fou- r hln,tha front !! n a trenchea. fallen for our game. Ids gun wns tryln; ore Indeed lucky. aratn goee nice, near to him --hy one of r, CIIAITEH XXI-IimThin punlhment I rwnnle.I where to Imltnte mine, but, nt flrt he made n "over tha top In a charra which roat hla Kini' the red toii on Mi company 11 killed and 11 wounded. horrible mes of that tune. Araln I wllh mild and hie li. hiiet there I n doubt a to the willful guilt .ri: t wllh a machlna In CHAPTER XXII-Tr- lck bars nilid with ttiood and hrnlni. Cloe by of n man who Imit committed an of butted he with a fewcopy and stopped. run alienee on botheraoma KrIU. what I had tried to Then preup npilntt the wrII of tie fence punlKhable by death. CHAPTER XXIUOerman attack, flt'n" good port all right ceded by raa wave, li rvpulacd. Then cornea the famous Held pull' played. He was a trem I', with head renting on hln iln i XXIV-Em- py la ferreO to wn . his bullets were goln,i nwny CHAPTER Irhmcnt No. I. Tommy ha nicknamed hecauo Il the other MretchtT-lr"r- . take part In an eiecutlon aa a member nIt "crurlflilon." It mean that u man over our head, must have been firing si i nied to he iillve, the mture tf tha firing aquad. lih XXV-Rrllprepare, for I CHAITER on n limber wheel, Into Ihe air. I commenced to feel onto. nnd rnry; hut when I got I Kprend-eaglefeommn. battla of tha tha lltr Iuh-t- h twenty-on- e day, friendly touaril'lilm. a trench raid, clo.er I could fee n large, Jngfed hot. tuo hour a day for CHAPTER XXVI-- In Thl duet went on for five day. In hl The three niiMt Imri During tbU time he only get water. preceding tha H'r luih. Empey le dee unconacloua In tern Lillet) by the Knine perately wound! and Ilea bully beef nnd.hlcult for Id chow Fritz wns n good pupil nnd learned No Man'a I.and for M houra. rapidly. In fact, got belter than hi The tlucotit werenll Mii.ioheil In nn' You get "criicltlcd" for rcieatcd minor four month" CHAITER XXVII-Af- ter leiiihi-r- . I commenced to feel Jealous. tlmber-)llntrrrknocked hIkiuI, big Miuan-c- ul offense. In a lirtttih hospital, Empey la dtachanrml aa "phyalrally unfit for further war aerv- When he had completely mastered the Next In order I field punb-hiae- nt Into Mt, wall eavnl In huc I ca.- tune, he started? sweeping the rond No. 1". rntrnnce clinked. again and we clicked It worse than Tommy, after Inking n trench, lenrnt Thl I confinement In the "clink lever. Hut he signed his death warrant in hl sorrow that the hnrjcjt rt ol without blanket, getting wnter, bully thi- woi beef and hlm-ul- l i to hold it. for ration and doing by doing so, because my friendship In our cane this provi-t- l to he no. nil the dirty work that can be found. turned to hate. Kvery time he fired he The German artillery and machine This may he for twenty-fou- r hours or played that tune and we danced. The tioys In the battalion gave us ruii h id m tnte(l ranged) for fair twenty da), according to the gravity By An American Soldier It win worth our life to expoM-- your the "Hal Hn!" They weren't in on of the offene. our little frameup. self tm luitant. Then comes "pack drill" or default Who Went The originator of the ruse and the Don't think for n minute Hint tin era" parade, Thl ronlt of drilling. (rrmunx were the only mfTeren; mntly at the double, for two hour other two gunners had Fritz' location ARTHUR GUY EHPEY were clicking raualtle k runt thai j with full equipment. Tommy bate 'taped to the minute; they mounted Af.cAlm Canntr Stttlnf In you needed an uddlng machine tu kce because It I hunt work. Some- their two guns, nnd nlso gave me the ' thl, track of thrm. time he fill his pack with straw to rnnge. The next afternoon wns set for CUlfllUM. Ul f AKkal Ulf Bmft) Did Juu ever nee one of the Menu lighten It. and nmetlme he gets the grand finale. fliovila ut work on the raiuma euniil' caught. If he get cnught, he grouse Continutil from last week. Our three gun. with different elev' Well, it would look like n hen Hrrntch at everything In general for twenty' Hons, had their fire so arranged, that, Ing nlong-ld- e of n Tommy "digging In' ' one day, from the vantage imlnt of a lopenlng up together, their bullets day limber wheel. wlille under lire, ion (ouldii t would suddenly drop on Fritz like u light through the cloud of dirt froit Next comes "0. It." mennlng "con hailstorm. , hi thou'l. About three the next day, Fritz start' fined to barrnrk." This fonMt of " After lining three nut of lx men ol Maying In billet or hnrrnck for tuen led that tune. I blew- - a our crew we managed to set up out hour to seven day. You nlo sharp blast on a whistle. It was the sig liiiiciune un. cine or lite leg or mi get nn occasional defaultei' parade nal agreed upon; we turned loose and tripod wn resting on Ihe cbet of i and dirty Jobs n round the quarters. Fritz's gun suddenly stopped tn the body. When the gi-.- nni The sergeant major keeps what 1' middle of n bar. We had cooked his D. tiring. It gave the lmpreloti that tin1 known us the crime sheet. When i goose, nnd our ruse had worked. After wns breathing. Thl was cuu man commit nn offense, he Is firing two belts each, to make si.ro of by Ihe excrslve vlhrntlon. "crimed," that bis name, number our Job, we hurriedly dismounted our Three or four feet down the trecch. and offense Is entered on the crime guns nnd took cover In the dugout. We cbout three feet from the ground, t sheet. Next day nt ! a. m. be goes to knew what to expect soon. We didn't Otllce at Itainey'a Mvery Stable. font wn protruding from the earth Ihe "orderly room" before the captain. have tn wnlt long, three salvos of cntne over from Fritz's Lancaster. Kcntuckv We knew It wu n (icmian by the lilac who either punishes htm with "C. It, "whizz-bangs- " leather boot. One of our crew uret or sends him before the O. C (officer artillery, n further confirmation that we had sent that tnulenl machine-guhung eilrn bandoliers ol commanding batt.illon). that foot to The captain Journey, ammunition on. This man aluy wai 0f the company can only nwnnl "C. 11." ner on his Westward-bounn hatply fellow; made use of little That gun never Imthered us again Tommy many n time has thanked IKiInt that the ordinary person woulc king for making that provUlon tn We were the heroes of the battalion, our cnptnln congratulated u, said It ills regulations. uienom... Ilio was n piece of work, made three conse To gain rUNCRAL DIIJCCTOR attacks,Hermans we repnleil, counter Tommy Hip title of n ".;tnnrt soldier.' quently,nent wero all puffed and,over the which hut not up we has to keep clear of the crime Ofllc Ovrr National Hunk. without heavy loss on our side. The) sheet, nnd you have to ho d.irned smart stunt. iilso suffered severely from our shel, la do It. There are several ways Tommy uses Hesldence Then 3. OlVce I'hone 27 lire, 1 he ground wni nnd machlni-gu- n to disguise the locution of his mac hine I have been on It n few times, most LANCASttOI!. KY. with their dead and dying, gun nnd get his range. Some of ihe Ixilti'd ly for "Yankee Impudence." The next day things were somenhnl During our slay of two week In most commonly used stunts are aa fol quieter, lint not quiet euough to bur)' rest billets our cnptnln put us through lows : tup clean. At night, when be mounts his gun a course of machine-gu- n drills, trylns over the top of his trench nnd want We lived, ate and slept In thnt trencLI nut new stunts nnd theories, ,to get tho range of Fritz trench he with tho unburlcd dead for six days.. After parades were over, our guns' It was awful to watch their fares be crews got together mid nlso tried out ndopts the method of what he terms come swollen nnd discolored. Towurdi some theories of their tn reference "getting Ihe spark." This consist of the last the stench wns Ilrrce. to handling guns. These course had firing bursts from his gnu until the Kontuokv Liok. What got on my nerve the most wni nothing to do with the advancement of bullets hit the Herman Imrbed wire. that foot sticking out of the dirt. It the war, consisted mostly of enuslng He can tell when they nre cutting Ihe seemed to me, ut night. In the moon- tricky Jams In the gun, nnd then the wire, because ii bullet when It hit u light, to, ho trying to twist u round. rest of the crew would endeavor to lo wire throws out a blue electric spurk fire Is very damaging to Several times this Impression was so cate as quickly as possible the cause Mnchlne-gu- n strong that 1 went to It and grasped It' of the stoppage. Tills amused them wire and causes many n wiring party VETERINARIAN. to go out nt night when It Is quiet to tn both hands, to see If I could feel a for ii few days und then things came tc repair the damage. movement. i standstill. I told this tn the man who had used' Call. Aniwcrcd Promptly Day or To disguise the flare of hi gun nt One of the hoys on my gun claimed it for n hatrack Just before I lay down! that he could play n tune while Tho night when firing. Tommy uses what Is Night. Dion. 317. for n little nap, us things were quiet, pun wns actually firing, und demon-an- d called n Hare protector. This I n stove KENTUCKY. 1 LANCASTER. needed a rest pretty badly, strntcd this fact one day on Ihe target pipe urrangenient which fits over the When I woke up the foot wa gone, range. We were very enthusiastic and barrel casing of the gun and screens tho sparks from the right and left, but lif had cut It off with our chain saw I leelded to become musicians, out of the paro parts' box, and had! Afler constant practice I became not from the front. So Tommy, always plastered the tump over with mud. qulto expert In the tunc entitled "All resourceful, adopts this scheme; About three feet or less In frout of the gun he During the next tuo or three days,. Conductors Ilnvo Illg Keel.' before wo were relieved, I missed that When I bad mastered this tune, our Fine Cut Flowers. dreadfully; seemed ns It I had (wo weeks' rest came to nn cud, nnd foot suddenly lost a chum. once again we went up the line and I think tho worst thing of all was tn took over tho sector In front of O M. McRoberts. John wutch the rats, at night, and some wood. times in the day, run over und play At this point the Ocnunn trenches about among tho dead. run around tho base of n hill, on the W. A. WHEELER Near our gun, right urross the para- top of which wns a dense wood. This pet, could bo seen tho liody of u tier-ma- n wood was Infested with mnchlno gun, DENTIST llcutcuant, the head nnd arms of which used to traverse our lines nt which were bunging Into our trench. will, and sweep the streets of a tittle KENTUCKY. The man who had cut off the foot used village, where we were billeted while LANCASTER, d In reserve. converto sit and carry on a Office over Stormei Drue Store. There was one gun In particular sation with this officer, used tn argue Showing How Fritz Is Footed. .m. 1- -4 p.m. T:30-9p.and point out why Ocrmany was In tho which used to get our goats. It had the Hcurt 8-drives two stakes. Into the ground, wrong. During all of this monologue exact range of our "elephant" dugout I never heard him say anything out of entrance, und every morning, about the abou' Ave feet apart. Across theso BOOKKEEPING stakes he curtain made BtlMM,PlMMtrtiy the way anything that would have time rations were being brought up, Ita of empty stretches a ripped open. out sandbags lie TYPEWRITING ind hurt the officer's feelings hud he been bullets would knock up the dust on the soaks this curtain In water and fires lie was tquaro all right) road; more than one Tommy went olive. . a TELEGRAPHY through It. The water prevents It v West or to Ullghty by funning Into wouldn't even take advantage of catching fire and effectively screens them. dead man la an argument. Its Vmi&mmt ku TnriodmrlMM t Birraatll This gun got our nerves on edge, the flare of the firing gun from Um tola must seem dread To civilians txlarallit WW aa4 baaklaa bulla, also m enemy, Kj, ful, bat out here on gets so used to and i'rlti second to know It, becauM liinMWaUlt'H K. WTaa. (CONTINUED' NEXT "WEEK,) SYNOPSIS th nwi of rr by LualUnl (Irmn ubmarln, Arthur Ouy Kmpy, n Amtti-c.City and Ida otflra In levi KnrUnd whr h cnlltta in U) Earn to army. a Period f train. CIIAITKH U-Inf. Kmpy volunteer! for lmmvdlat Mr, lea and loon flnU hlmaMf In rit bllltta h In Kranca," first "omihr arquaJntAiica ofahmaTtrpra tha makra th r tnt "cootiat." CH A IT Hit IIt-Kattend hla flnt rhurrh rlPM at tha front whll a (ler man Fokkar clrclM over tha ronxrecatlon. CHAlTKIl IV Kmtr'i command Into tha front. Una trrnchts and la under flra for tha flrat tlm. Uarna to adopt CIIAITKIl tha motto of tha llrtlah Tommy, lf you ro going to set It, you'll ct It, aa ncvar worry." 3 fUifif i t citArmu Inking ct th JrY tllll.k If Iflllt (mill lm hi'.'ii mi tita, Krxrntcrn would Mill lie I Imlp to tell jou how I wna klililrd hj the liny j when t rot linrk, hut It wh Eotl anil jilrnty. Our mnrhltip linn romiwiny took ovrr their (mrt of the line nt perm o'clock, the tilRlit nftcr t returned from mjr enr lenve. At 3:110 tho fnllnlnK mornlnj three wnven wont over nnd rnpturpil Ihu llmt ml neeonil (leroinn trenched. The mn'hlne Runner v.rnt over with tho fuurlli nnvr tn cnnollilato the cn lured line or "die In," n Tommy cnllt t!)i awful Finn, llc FOR SALE 22nd, 1918 In older to settle the partnership existing between us, we will offer for sale on DAY, JULY ft (County Court Day For Garrard County) the Court House door, Lancaster. Kv.. at 12 M.. the fiilca Sander's Ferry, located at mouth of Paint Lick Creek, together with the ferry boat and about four acres of land in Madison county upon which is situated the ferry home. This is a double ferry connecting the counties of Jessamine, Madison and Garrard. Terms.jmadejknown day of Sale. E. G. & am J. E. Turner All persons hsvlrfj LJEEMY ECKDS cf the First nnd Second issue with this bank, and who want the same converted into bonds tearing 4 4 per cent interest will please notify us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for the conversion. Respectfully, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ze Citizens National Bank OP LANCASTER, KY. it "Over the Top" 31 II ICZ3C PRE8T-Q-L.TE OFFtGSAL Fif iilery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE.. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bum1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $5 00. 00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter 350. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. l, per, $950.00 One Ton Trailer, New, ! $175.00. J. ft. BeszSev n. lie uenvllie Ouiok L. B. CONN, Proprietor. le 1C Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. H. J. PA TRICK, DentlMt. on THE NATIONAL BANfil OP LANCASTER. Cdp.'tol A. It Paint Dr. Printus Walker $50,000. Surplus $30,000. . DENNY. 1'res'clcnt J. E. STOKMKS. Vice I'res't, DENNY. Cashier. J. K. llanii, J. L. KILL, Safety Deposit WB SOLICIT Boxes YOUK For Rent. Honaker BUSINESS. Summl I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. H. I'osey, J. K. S'tPrniM. S. C Denny, J, L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. lL4 HONEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone!33. rrt alla, The Central Record, Thursday, July 18, 1918. trench deeply on Pa Ha Pa fta Paps Ha Pap Ha Us Pa before the end INCORPORATED comes. Fighting men by milIl.oo a tear. lions nnd material hsukd Weekly. resources 1 KHAKI COLUMN aw by billions must be poured into BL J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the vortex before we enn rest PaPaPsPaPaPaPaPaPsPaPaPafva .L KLKIN. Local Editor nnd MiJr. in victory. Germany would Burch Locker and Joe Hnmmons, be only too plcnsed to see us of Camp Taylor, arc up on a thirty nttred lb Foil OIBco In Unontr. K J.. lulled into n fnlsc sense of se- day agriculture furloutjfc and are s.eond C1m MIIMuet. curity to the extent of even the Member Kentucky Press Association least slackening of our intense ud A letter to his mother, Mrs. Dora preparations. Eighth District Publishers League. Miller, her son, Elmer, writes that Let's utilize all the Intent he has arrived safe "over there" on Rates For Political Announcements fighting mnterinl as well ns is enjoying his work. For Precinct and Citv Olfljes ...J S.00 material resources. The Central Recoro i bo forced to her capital 10.00 'or County Offices Cyn-thla- na For State and District Offices.... 1E.00 10 Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the intervery similar to those we have est of individuals or expresin Garrard county, when he sion of individual views, per rr There was lots of music and every one seemed happy and no cause to be lonesome, if one tried to make himself agreeable. I heard a nice talk from a Y. M. C. A. man and they are right with us nnd you tell the neighbors that they j can't do any too much to help them and the Red Cross people. They are doing a wonderful work and you don't know how much until you see with your own eyes. Did John Bry-- I an ever enlist? I don't blamo him for, wanting to for that Is Just the wny 1 feel about It. I would not be back! for anything until the war Is over. I know Daddy needs us badly but you all put your shoulders to the Sergeant L. A. Durham, writes hi whtol and roll all you ran and wo sister, Mrs. James Turner, from will bo at home In the sweet by and Jim Allen, editor of the nrtill Remocrnt, tells of con- Camp Fremont, Cal., that his ho ex by. Give my love to nil. Your affectionate brother, cry has gone abroad and that in his county which are pects to leave shortly. ditions Sgt. James E. Holtzclaw. ! Eyes Tested Free FARMES Broken Lens, I Temples, Duplicated. and Bridges Repairing done promptly on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Ofllce over Mount" Hours- -8 tin Obituaries, per line Lancaster, Ky., July 18, 1918 10 05 "52 Engineers, Co., B. A. E. F via New York, June 19, 1918. Dear Sisters: I am feeling fine and am in good spirits. Tell all the folks, that the farther I go, htebetter I like it. Tell the boys that are to come soon to brace up and "pack their Troubles the next week. and France? in Their Old Kit Bag and Smile, We will make a most fatal Tell dad I'm fat and Smile, Smile." Steady Hand Imperative. mistake if we permit the idea doA steady hand In military affairs li saucy as ever and happy that I'm to enter the national mind that more requisite than In peace, because ing my "bit". I was a little seasick at first but I we can win this war with our hu error committed In war may provt enjoyed h most of my voyage. ourplus. America is going to Irremediable. Baron. The defeat in Congress of the amendment of the revenue bill extending the selective draft to 40 years and back ward to 18, if it indicates anything like a permanent policy of the government, will place our country in a most anomal ous position. The call from overseas is for more arid more men millions and more millions of men. Already the newspapers are reporting from every section of the country that Class 1 of the former draft is practically ex hausted. Secretary Baker has stated that we are transporting troops at the rate of 400,000 a month. The men coming of age in the past year number scarcely a million, and not nearly all of these will be list ed in Class l.From where are recruits coming during the next three or four months? Will we have to go into the lower classes to secure them? Ma. y public men of sound judgment favored placing the age limit at 40 or 45 in the be If the world would have ab ginning. This, it seems to us, solute proof of the deep dupli would have been the wiser city of the German nation it course. Our country has a can be found in the statement wealth" of good fighting mater from high German authority, ial between the ages of 31 and that that nation, instead of 45. Thousands of these men numbering sixty millions of would make capital soldiers. people, as given out at the op They are inured to life's hard ening of the war, in reality knocks, settled in their habits, numbered ninety millions. and with very little training There can be no doubt that for would le a match, for Ger- years past, Germany's census many's best. returns have been deliberately The people of this country falsified. There could have can not afford to permit them- been but one object in this selves .to be lulled into a false deceiving the world as to her sense of security. Just because true strength. The allied the Allies have held the west world knows now, however, ern line; just because they that it is fighting a monster of have defeated the great Aus- gigantic proportions, and is trian offensive, is no indication making its preparations that victory is even remotely in sight. The German machine Artists in Berlin, ironically is still militant and it will take millions of Americans to bring enough, when they ask for the allied armies to a point "Prussian Blue", are informed where real offensive warfare that it cannot be obtained, and can be risked. There is a vast to make the situation still more difference between holding the ironical, they are given in its western line, and marching to place, "Parisian Blue". The only American troops Germany must be Berlin. greatly reduced and the Allies that will ever "take to ilight" immeasurably strengthened are our squadrons of "Eagles", before the latter move can be and when they get busy, the undertaken and we must not Hun will desperately wish they even dream of relaxing our ef- had "stood their ground". forts until this is effected. Another woman has been g program Our assures us that transport fac- acquitted for killing a mere ilities will constantly increase man. If this thing keeps up it from now on. Why, then, will not be long before the life should nil this unused material insurance companies will be in fighting men material of forced to include this mode of the very best bo left unused? death with suicide in their list All the other allied nations of "exceptions". have utilized nil their availAugust 8th has been selected for able fighting force. a great patriotic day for this CounSome may ask, who will ty, at which time various speakers tako the places of these men in of importance will address the citiIndustrial life? And we give zens of this community. The Editor of this paper asks all those who wish the Yankee's answer by asking to volunteer their services to help in another question: Who have advertising and bringing this matter taken those places in England before the people to see him within e ship-buildin- says : "Every campaign, whether for Liberty Bonds, Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., or War Savings Stamps, serves to open the eyes of the workers to the littleness and meanness of people in each community. Right here in Harrison county are men whose wealth runs up in to five or more figures who ha-done practically nothing to help finance the war. They are holding for a bigger 'per cent'. Some of them are loud- spoken in urging others to give or buy, but don't do anything themselves. Some are sullen, doggedly refusing, or putting up the lying excuse that their money is not 'available.'. You know who they are. Wc know who they are. They know we both know who they are, and when the war gets more bitter, as it surely will, and our boys are falling right and left on the battlefields, as they surely will, do you sup pose we are going to stand idly by and let these contemptible Per Cent Patriots enjoy their Not on their life! wealth? There is going to be something doing." Harry C. Stone, came up for a few Mrs. Bright Herring has Just redays furlough from Camp Taylor to ceived the following letter from her look after some of his forming inter son, Floyd K. Swopc, which she-- has csts. Before his departure for camp kindly sent us for publication: a few weeks ago, Harry bought $100 "June 19, 1918., worth of V. S. S. In France". "Somewhere My dear Mother: I am writing this from the trenchMr. V. V. West has received of ficial notice' of the safe arrival of his es. I am glad to say that I am alive in France., nnd alright. I am now with a Ma-- i son, Traylor West, Troylor was among the first that left chine Gun outfit, and we have been this county and we hear he Is mak at the front for several days. Wc expect relief most any minute now. ing an ideal soldier. Mother, try and not worry about announce me because it does not pay to worry Wednesday dispatches the safe arrival of the Doctor Barrow- - too much. I will try and keep in Unit No. 40, in Italy. Three Lancas touch with you. How is the dear old ter boys arc in this unit, Copt Vir Grandmother? May God bless and gil Kinnaird, Charlie Adams and keep her in health until my return, I hope all the rest are well. Love to Robert Tomlinson. little sister, and Billie and Ashley. Let us hope for the best and pray for this war to end soon. Then the world will be safe for democracy and wo can each live our lives In peace. Has Billie left for France yet? Let me know all the home town news nnd send me a paper each week. Just as soon as we are reliev ed, and I can get to a Y. M. C. A., or some writing outfit, I will write you again. Love to all, and best regards . to my friends. , Your Devoted son, Ivt. Floyd K. Swopc, 15th Co., 4th, Section. Gth, Machine Gun B'n., U. S. Marines, A. E. F., Via New York. Hnrdwnrc Store. I to 12 to I p. in. J. ML METCALF OPTICIAN. LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. Draw A Check for tte money you ov c nnd note how much more respectfully your creditors you. Tliey like to do business with n mnn who hns nu account nt the Garrard Bank & Tnul Co. m r 'AH They know h is doing business In a buiirrts like way. Ilettrr open such an account even it your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The following letter written to his Is from Fred Herring, the well known and popular colored boy who was waiter at The Kengarlan for several years. Fred has many HUME WILSON. friends here and among the traveling The following letter from Hume patrons of the Hotel, who wish him Wilson,' a Garrard County boy, with a safe return. the Colors, to his sister, Mrs. J, C, "Somewhere In France. Rigsby, will be of interest to his 515 Engineering Bn, Co. B, A. E. F many friends here. Dear Brother: "Somewhere In England", While thinking very much of you 22d, Provisional Ordnance Depot Co, I thought I wouU write you a few American Expeditionary Forces. lines ot let you know I am well and June 13th, 18. enjoying this fine weather very Dear Sister: much. Hope this finds you and the I Arrived across O. K. didn't family In the best of health. fear the "tin fish", however we fed Give all nt the Hotel my love; one that tried to bite us some well will write them soon, lou write mc prepared bread, and made it "cash as soon as you can. Tell all the girls I wouldn't fear com and boys hello. Well be a good boy in its checks". ing across often. I hope I will be See how well you can do. Excuse able to see Gilbert. I have written this short letter as I In a hurry, him and guess we can hear from each will write more next time. other often anyway. Have seen some Lots of Love, beautiful country, so far. The cli Fred Herring. mate is fine. Best regards, GROCERERS ARE Your brother, Hume Wilson. brother. FflRMKRft LOOK. A new lot of field fence just received. Bet- ter (jet it while you can. Cox & Ledford MANSE, KENTUCKY. GIVEN Mutf Sell Sugar or Quit WARNING The Business, WILLIAM BRYAN GASTINEAU Another Garrard County boy has volunteered his services to the country. William Bryan Gastlneau, son of the late I. N. Gastlneau and Mrs. Elizabeth Logan, formerly of Lancaster, left last Saturday for service in the Navy at the Great Lakes Training Station. A sweeping regulation from the of fice of F M. Sacket, Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky, pro vides that groccrers and dealers who are unwilling to handle sugar be cause of the Inconvenience of niak ing applications and keeping records will not be permitted to handle any kind of food stuffs, and will be regarded as being guilty of unpatriotic action. The announcement, it is stated conies in the Interest of fair treatment to customers of grocers who de cline to sell sugar, as this action On the part of grocers would work n hardship on their patrons. Mr.Sack etthas stated that all dealers will receive sufficient supplies of sugar, and there will be enough to supply persons at the specified rate of three pounds each month. Mr. Sackctt nl so points out that thorough tion is necessary in order that all persons receive the alloted portions, and that the regulations affecting the trade are from Washington and must be heeded. Valuable Thermomster, A new riulck-uctln- g thermometer, claimed to take ten measurements a second, depends on the varying elec trical resistance ot u very fine wire ot 03 parts ot platinum end 35 of Iridium. The wire can bo used up to 1,850 degrees C. and a galvanometer connected In a circuit Indicates the resistance and the temperature. The Instrument Is especially adapted for measuring the temperature changes: In the cylin ders of steam or explosion engines. FISK C0MD TIRES strength, Ton want size safety, beauty and mileage in a tire. That's what you get in the Fisk Cord. All that, plus most unusual luxury Made in Ribbed Tread and the famous Fisk Non-Skid. HASELDEN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. The i Cntral Record, Thursday, July 18. 1918. of Hyattsvllle, visit Adams and family, Sunday. Leslie Lionel Willie Willie M. b Prultt, Paint Lick, Ky. A. Calico, Cartcrsville, Ky. Oofney, Crab Orchard, R. 2. R. Ballard, Paint Lick, R 3. Arthur Dunn, col, Marcellus Ky. Thomas M. Cochran, col, Marcellus, Wallace Cotton, Lancaster, Ky. Jesse Doolin, Bourne, Ky, Coleman B. Owens, col, American Roller Mills, Mlddlctown, Ohio.. Ira Giltam, Lancaster, Ky, R. 1. Oticc Williams, col, Bourne, Ky, Willie Green, Lancaster, Ky. R. 3. Russell Bolton, Lancaster, Ky, R. 3, Robert L. Boaln, Paint Lick, Ky R 2. Robert C. Hoop, Buena Vista', Ky. House and Buggy Paint, Electric Irons Alluminumware Cheap, Paris Green and Blowers, Oliver and John Deere Rid lng Flows, and Harrows, 5 and 10 Disc Wheat Drills. Carriage and Wagon Cheap. Mailable and Cast Ranges Gossip About People MTVS A H.t.f MiiJUn r.1 lh Cjminti fut Oolrji byThoss Wi Aft InttrtiUd In. - Mlis Anna Smith is In New York City on a J. of Hlllhouse, Mr. John Walker Mississippi, Is here for a visit to his R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. friend. Mr. Herbert Nay of Camp Taylor was the guest of Miss Annie Margaret Elkin Sunday. Messrs John M. Karra and G. T. Iiallard, Jr., mado n business trip to Islington, Saturday. S. HATFIEbD, j Misses Elizabeth and Ila l'cttus, of Springfield, arc the guests of Mrs. Ira lloltzclaw, this week. Mr. James Ballard, of Camp Taylor, Is here for a twenty days furlough ami Is with his wife. Dentist. I'linNIN 1 Mr. Millard West of Washington, Miss Amanda Anderson Is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie West, Mr. ing the summer at Cartersvlllc. Will West, of Tulsa, Okla, and Mrs. . r tinu .tin. it. 31. t . . . spent Wesley West and Mrs. Thurston i. y, isr. r.iiiou West, of Albuquerque, N. M., wero several days the past week In Cin here for the funeral of Mr. Thurstn cinnati. West. M Union nnd Mnrtti.i Hill lnft The Sunday School Convention of today for a ten days stay at Elixir County the Garrard Christian Springs. churches was held nt Pnint Lick Tuesday, Dinner was served on the Miss Jean Robinson of Danville, is grounds and old ham nnd fried chickthe guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. I). en wns very plentiful. The followKinnaird. ing nrc among the ones that attendMr. and Mrs. Sam Hascldcn lefty,ed from hen; Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Wednesday for a few days stay In Kmbry, Rev. and Mrs. II. J. MoorCincinnati. man, Messrs J. A. Bcazlcy and W. S. .Miss Dorothy Smith of Dayton, O., Carrier, Mr. and Metcalf, Mesdames Is the attractive little guest of Mrs. Guy Davidson, Helen Brynnt, Henry Moore, J. B. Kinnaird, Emma Knuf-maLouis Goldstein. Bruce Lawson, Lula Johnson, Mrs. Snufley Hughes spent several W. A. Price, .Mr. R. H. Batson, and days in 1'aint Lick, the past week Misses Sallie Elkin, Florence Johnwith home folks. son, and Mamie Dunn. !! Classified Column RATESt Single insertions lc a word No ml taken for less than 2Cc in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. lOCXJOOQCMtXlOOOOoS 0ince 5- ( Hid,n - 37(! buncdstcr, LET US Mrs. Pcarlo Gulley and daughter, Hclyn, are visiting relatives in LexMr, nnd Mrs. Robert Kmbry and ington, this week. family of Lexington, spent Sunday Mrs. C. Conner Brown of Louiswith Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. ville, Is the attractive guest of Mrs. Mr. Hugh Miller returned to Camp F. B. Marksbury. Dodge, Iowa, last Friday after n ten M r. and Mrs. Charles Rankin arc days visit to his mother, Mrs. Dora visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hnmm in Miller. Somerset this week. entertained Mrs. J. K. Stormes Miss Edith Moore, is visiting her Monday at n six o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. C. Conner Brownof uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. lloian, at Cartcrsville. Louisville. RECLASSIFICATION AND CALLS FOR EXAMINATION. x .StWCSOOOfHTK LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Master Eugene Austin, who has Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams and daughter, Mlts Mottle Adams, of been attending St, Mary's College, Shnrpsburg, are visiting Mrs. It. A. Is nt home for the summer vacation. McCrath. Mr. k BASTIW BROTHERS. LANCASTER, KY. I ft JUST RECEIVED CAR LOAD OF FINE I I W1TERMEL Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. ill i ii Master C. W. Clark of Lexington, of Chelsa, is visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. Robert Brewer Okla., has Joined his wife and chil- and Mrs, Clay Clark, near, Lancaster. dren here for n visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mesdames Ed Gaines, B. F. Hud Joel Walker. son, Thco Currey and Miss Janlc Misses I.illlc Marie Moore and Doty arc spending ten days at Elixir I'aulinc Moore of Danville, are the Springs. guests this week of their nunt. Miss Mr. Richard Anderson is in Louis Sallie Tillett, ville this week, buying moie clothing Mrs. W. 1). Ducrson ami son, of for the Arm of Logan and Anderson Wellington, Kansas, are .with her sis- Brothers. ter, Mrs. I.co Hagan, for a three Miss Shelby Mason has returned weeks visit. home after spending two weeks with Mrs. Edward Hays nnd Miss Hazel her sister, Mrs. Roy Haynes, at II ills- Crawley of Louisville, arc visiting boro, Ohio. Mrs. Hay' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lieut. Ector Lawson, of Fort Wesley Zanone. Sheridan Illinois, Is here for a short Miss Margaret and Naomi Cornish furlough to see his parents, Mr. nnd of Hurrodsburg were the charming Mrs. W. L. l.awson. guests of Miss Marie Ray, Saturday night und Sunday. Mrs. M. M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. James Ross and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Scale and little Elizabeth, of Lexington, visited Mrs. son, James Darwin, have returned Cyrus Daly last week1. home after a weeks stay with Mr. Robert Miss Allene and Master Scale's brother in Ohio. Thomas have returned after several Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I'umphrey arc weeks visit with relatives in Nichol-nsvill- c spending the week with their son, and Lexington. Frank, at Somerset, and enjoying the (!) of Mioses Ida Man Cummins Baptist llig Tent Meeting. Prcnchersville, and Alllc Munger of .Mrs. I), F. Walter entertained Indianapolis, are the guests of Mrs. Monday at a twelve o'clock dinner in Ira Holticlaw, this week. (I honor of Mrs. Osec Huffman, who Is Misses Harry Robinson, of Mid- visiting here from Louisville. dtesboro and Joan Robinson of DanMr. and Mrs. Ware Mcltobcrts and ville, are the attractive guests this Mr. John McRoberts motored from week of Mrs. (!) J. B. Kinnaird. Atlanta, On., and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Miss Mary Owsley, Eugenia and ID Dorothy Dunlap, have returned after Mr. John Rill Kinnaird hns return- spending several days with their ed to Camp Green, S. C, after n grand-mothent Buena Vista. seven days furlough to his parents. Dr. and Mrs. James 11. Kinnaird. Mrs. J. W. Beagle and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Iiradlcy Johnson of little Miss Mable, of Georgetown, Lexington, who were motoring thru nnd Miss Fnyu King, of Hubble, arc to I'ineville, stopped over in Lancas- the guests of Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw ter, for a day and night at Hotel Kengnrlan. The following are men reclaisi- fied by the DUtrict Board and placed in CLASS ONE. Called to appear July 25, for Phycical examination Court House, Lancaster, Ky. Chester Lewis, Lancaster, Ky. Mack Morgan, Bcrca, Ky. Louis F. Arnold, Lancaster, Ky Crecde H. Simpson, Lancaster, R 3. Shirley Hudson. Lancaster, Ky. Clarence Bolton, Lancaster, R 3. William Kinder, Lancaster, Ky R 3. Jack Rogers, Paint Lick, Irvin J. Dcnn, Bourne, Ky. Jesse Long, Lancaster, Ky, Thomas S. Mnrsee, Paint Lick, R 3, Thomas Scott, Crab Orchard, R. 2, Harry G. McWhorter, Paint Lick Ky, Herman Baker, Judson, Ky. Elbert Mobcrley, Lancaster, Ky. R 3. John M. Gnstineau, Lancaster, Ky. William Robinson, Vcachdale, Ky. Herbert Stone, Bourne, Ky. Chas. E. O'Hcrne, Lancaster Ky. Elias Brandenburg, Paint Lick, Ky, Robert II. Hutchison, Bryantsvillc, CLASS 1917 REGISTRATION. Men In Clan 1 Redaisified By the OLtrict and Local Board Are to Re Examinatiop port for Physical JULY 19, 8 A. M. Willie R. Coulter, Bryantsvillc, Ky, Samuel G. Dalton, Bourne, Ky. Ed Scott, (col), Lancaster, Ky. Frank Sparks, Buena Vista, Ky. John Mobcrley, (col) Lancaster Ky, Geo. XV. Hcnsley, Crab Orchard R 2, Louis Hiatt, (col) Lancaster, Ky. Cnlvin Rogers, Lancaster, Ky, R. 1, Leonard Naylor, Judson, Ky. Charles R. Canter, Camp Nelson, Ky, William Marshtnnks, Lancaster, Ky, Charlie Creech, Lancaster, Ky, R 1, Henry P. Sebastian, Lancaster, R.3. Jesse E. Shcrrow, Bryantsvillc, Ky. Jack Ball, Lancaster, Ky It 2. Bruce Turner, (col) Lancaster R 3. Leonard Crank, Bourne, Ky. James II. Dyehouse, Stanford, R 1, Charlie Blanks, Star Route, Lan. Floyd Coldlron, Paint Lick. Ky. Farris Adams, (col) Lancaster, R 3. Mark Jennings. Buena Vista, Ky. Earl Long, Lancaster, Ky, R. 3. Clark II. Prather, Marcellus, Ky. William M. Tribble, Detroit Mich. Jesse Sadler, (Col) Lancaster, R. 3 Roy W. Estridge, Paint Lick, Ky. Claude Kidd, Paint Lick, Ky. Speed Raines, Bourne, Ky. 1918 REGISTRATION. Lilt of Men in Clan 1, Ordered to Report For Physical Examination on JULY 23, 8 A. M. Laell Gafncy, Crab Orchard, R 2. Charley Robinson, Lancaster, R. 2. George Wallace, col, Lancaster, Ky Hughic F. Lawson, Cartersvillc, Ky Joe McK Robinson, Loncaster H. 2. Robert Tankcrsley, Paint Lick, Ky, Robert Croucher, Lancaster, Ky. Henry C. Sadler, Bryantsville, Ky. Raymond Hopkins, Lancaster, R. 3. Clell Anderson, Crab Orchard, Ky. Russell Holman, Cartersvillc, Ky. Dclbert Kidd, Lancaster, Ky, R. 1, Ledford W. Ball, Bryantsvillc, Ky. Robert Royston, Crab Orchard R. 2. Zack Hester. Paint Lick, Ky. Clarence M. Wilder, Lancaster, Ky. John W. VanWInkle, Paint Lick, Ky. Holbert Boatley, col, Bradshaw Mill. Luther McQuerry, Buena Vista, Ky. Oscar W. Jackson, Marcellus, Ky John L. Yeakcy, Marcellus, Ky. Moat Pollard, Lancaster, Ky, Charlie Van Perkins, col Middlcton 0 Ed Middlcton, col, Lancaster, Ky. Frnnk Wyley, Paint Lick. Ky, R 1. 1918 REGISTRATION. List of Men in Class 1, Ordered to Report For Physical Examination on JULY 24, 8 A. M. Arthur Sebastian, Lancaster, Ky, It 3 Andrew J. Estes, Judson, Ky. Charles C. Coulter, Bryantsville, Ky. Aslee Gibbs, col, Kirksville, Ky. Thomas Graham, Bryantsville, Ky. Ernest Colson, Crab Orchard, Ky R2. Ben Guynn, Paint Lick, Ky, R. 3. Newell G. Hamm, Lancaster Ky, R.3. Nathan Hensley, Lancaster, Ky. Amzie C. Green, Lancaster, Ky, Rl. man-e- l, FOR SALE Q,uarter-sawe- d tile hearth and grate. S. A. Walker. tf. FOR SALE: Millet seed. 14 Bushels German J. E. Robinson. FOR SALE: Good nnir work mules, over 1G hands, C and 8 years old. G. C. Walker. FOR SALE: ewes. Eighteen good grade N. J. GOSNEY, Marksbury, Ky. FOR SALE: Several pieces of old fashioned furniture. Call this office. FOR SALE: FORD runabout, in Will sell cheap. perfect condition. 'R. E. Henry. horse WANTED: Second hand power hay baler, ready for service. U. M. Burgess, Paint Lick, Ky. LOST: About three weeks ago a black dehorned Jersey heifer. $10. reward for return or information. A. D. Lee, Lnacaster, R. R. 2. 1 FOR SALE; A handsome set of walnut furniture, some antique furniture, and a hand vacuum cleaner. All Inquire at this in good condition. office. FOR SALE: Eight young milk cows, with calves by side. Jerseys, Shorthorns and Holsteins. A yearling shorthorn .bull; also two yearling Southdown bucks and buck Iamb. A. C. MILES, Buckeye, Ky. j I am in the WHEAT WANTED: market to buy your wheat for J. W. Zaring and Co. Will give the best price and furnish all sacks. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. 80 acres WANTED GRAZING: of good grass, plenty water, 3 miles from Lancaster, Phone Frank Phillips, Stanford, Ky. Hebrew Knowledge of Silk. Silk wns probably first known to the Hebrews In the lime of Solomon, when their commercial relations were greatly extended. Why Deering Rakes Are Popular are points you want in a good rake: rake frame must be strong and solidly built. The wheels must stand the tor- HERE sional strains they will meet in the field. The rake nil the hay. The dumping arrangement must work easily and quickly nnd be handled easily. The rake teeth must be strong and resilient to work without breakage. Every one of these points is found on the Deering rake. Deering rake owners save trouble and temper. Ask any one of them. Made in sizes 6i feet to 12 feet Buy a Deering p rake and get withit good rake service for must get self-dum- t ' Becker & Ballard. FhoHe 75. Bryaatsvllle, Miss Nellie N'oland has retumcd after a delightful three weeks visit Miss Anna Rcba Smith of Hyntts- - to her friends. Misses Isabella and ville has gone to llcren where she Elizabeth Terrill. at Ashville, N. C, will visit her sister, and will bo en- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ducrson and tertalncd by her friends this week at son, Will T., of Wellington, Kansas, "Boone's Tavern", Sl guests for a few days of Mr. and Ashley nnd son, .Mrs. Hayden Leavrll, on Stanford Mrs. Maurice Maurice Snnford, have returned to road. their home in Lcxlmrton. after n sev Mrs. S, D. Turner nnd bright and eral weeks visit to her parents, Mr. interesting little daughter, Anna ami Mrs. U J, Sanford. Belle, of Lexington, ' are spending Mr. anil Mrs. W. M. Ray and Mr. the week with relatives in the and Mrs. Tom Rny motored to Louis- county. ville nnd visited Camp Taylor, last Misses I'ermelia nnd Etta Robinweek nnd also visited Mr. Charley son, were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cotton and family at Henry County. Worlcy Cornn, Mondny, nnd were acby their Air. and Mrs. J. II. Dalton, Mr. and companied to 1'alnt Lick Mrs, II. G. Cormncy and children, Mr. friend, Mr, John Cook.. T. E. Cecjl, Courtney Cecil, Misses Miss Julia Mae Walker, the atIda Mae and Ethel Cecil and Jqlm tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. to High Bridge, Wesley Woods, motored Walker, of Danville, is Sunday. spending tho week with her grandMrr. W, C. McElhannon and little mother, Mrs. Julia Walker. daughter, Willie Francis, und Miss Mrs. Luther Foley, of Lexington, Helyn Kroegar, have returned to Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant of Bry- home In Louisville, after a de antsville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bal their lightful visit to Mrs. McElhannon's lard were tho guests the past week of mother, Mrs. Mary Jones. Mr. and Mrs. John Ballard. Mrs. Mattlo Duncan entertained Misses I'ermelia and Etta Robin last Thursday evening at a delight- son and Fleecie Johnson spent Monful luncheon in honor of Mrs. C. C. day and Tuesday in Paint Lick with Drown of Louisville, who Is visiting friends and relatives, and attended here. Lunch was served at the Puri- the Sunday school Convention Tuestan. Covers were placed for ten. day. present Besides the hostess those Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Brown and Mr. Johnson Trice, were: Mesdames i, Cabell Denny, James A. Royston, J. and Mrs. Jack Adams and M. J, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Shearer E. Stormes, F. B. Marksbury, C. Connor Brown, II, S. Hudson, Miss Jen- and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ray and Mrs. John Kurtz were the guests of J. F. Ky. nie Duncan and Mr. Alex Denny. Paper Shredder. A machine has been Invented which shreds various kinds of paper that are fitl Into It, making It Into soft material, which can be used for packing fragile goods. Come Too Late. Journeys throush life and the begin to fall eastward one Miches the solemn conclusion that too lunch of the world's wisdom Is uttered nnd tn little lived. Chicago News. As m hiHlmi How Tney Play. Tho playful lmblts of sheep and goats are well known. The calf Is nn ungainly creature, but It will gambol over the pasture In a hlshly diverting manlier. Birds hold dances regularly, nt which the tango Is not excluded, though most of the nunhcrs nro solo jierformiinces nnd would be billed as "eccentric dancing." , The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful last extent of th law. Hunter and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price R.L. Elkin J. C. Rlgsby. S. C. Rigsby. Mrs. Emma Iligginbotham. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. R. U Arnold Jsmes M. White and wife. Walter Humphrey It. L. Barker Jobn Titum. We will add other names for 25cnt4 cask. POSTED The Central Record, Thursday, July 18 1 91 8. PATRIOTIC Red Cross Mass Meeting COME To The HIGH SCHOOL AUDITOEJTJM atur At 8 p. .V m. Hear a Great Patriotic Address. veiling, July 20th MUSIC BY A LEXINGTON BAND See "Maud" IN THE MEMPHIS WOMAN GREATLY HELPED PThe TATES. TAILOR VALUABLE FIND. "After spending $903 for and doctors in four years with out getting nny benefit for stomach trouble and bloating I was induced by my druggist to try Mayr's Won ilertul itcmedy ami must say that a $1 bottle tins done me $500 worth of good." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract ond allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach. liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Most Valuable Mule WILL BE GLAD BOURNE. .t889ttfiO3&OQOOGS3ett0tt(8ttlltt been opened on Wednesday night of each week. Everybody invited to LANCASTER m YOU MAKES YOU GAME ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftfteSftft Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Jennings and children were the guests of her parent. Mr. and Mrs. F P Brymit lost Sunday. 1), Mr. and Mrs. J Carter and children and Mrs. A. R. Carter and Mr. and Mis. C S. children visited Roop, last Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Davis gave n dinner, Sunday, in honor of their son, Frank, who left for Ft. Thomas, last Monday. All the children were present except four, and a most enjoyable doy spent. A grenadier. Who comes here? What does he want? A glass of beer. i What does he get? Why, better attend. Mr. and Sirs. J. A. Whittaker and Jaughter Miss Elsie, were guests on Tuesday, of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert . Jtr. J. BYJIN HEPATICA. Weak Back Hid SutTered Sererelj With anil Run Dowa Condition. Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Tenter and Misses Sallie Lou Tenter and Ethel Ray were in c, New York Ave., Memphis Tenn., satd to Mr. E. C. Philpot, at the Weiss' Pharmacy, Main and Union Sts., that his wife had gott n so much better as a result of the r sat Vin Hcpatica prescription. "She suffered severely with her The soreness back and kidneys. was so severe that she couldn't lay in one position but a short while, was all run down and weak. "I saw in the papers what Vin was doing for others, and I decided to have her try it. After taking one bottle the soreness is entirely gone, she doesn't suffer at all, She Is goand rests well at night. ing to keep on taking It, for it is improving and ,building her up fast." This same kind of testimony is Vin coming in from all directions. Hepatica is a great medical prescripIt tion for the weak and rundown. is composed of eight of tne finest herbal remedies known to medicall science for the toning up and cleansing out of the system, giving strength to the weak, relieving indigestion and other ailments arising from disordered liver, stomach, kidney and bowels. Get Vin Hepatica at R. E. McRob-ert- s, Lancaster, Ky. Q. Kline, 920 BUCKEYE Mrs. Johnson, and children, from Berea, visited relatives he,re last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel were the guests Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz entertained a number of friends and relatives last Friday. Mr. J. P. Prather was in Madison last week the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Oscar Hendren. Mr. and Mrs. James Mobeily we're gaisls Sunday of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Moberley. Mr. George Harris Broaddus was the guest of Mr. Earl Carter, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico and daughters, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. N'ath Bogie spent with their daughter, the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkin were week-en- d guests of his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel spent with her parents, Mr. the week-en- d and Mrs. Nick Schooler. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobert Carter and children, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Mr and Mrs Joe Pierce and daughters and Miss Mayine Sebastian visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow re- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. GuIIpj and son attended preaching at Salem, Sunday, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henley Whittaker. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders, and Mrs. Logan McCormick, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders and son, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. E. McRODERTS, Druglgst. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah McCulley, Rev. and POINT- LEAVELL. Mrs. Young, Rev. Lewis and Rev. D. F. Sebastian were entertained WedMr. Bryan Gastineau left for the nesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Navy on the Nth. T. 0. Hill. Jim Ballard is at home from Camp Taylor, on a twenty days furlough. WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS. Mr. Gaines Henderson solJ a nice Lame every morning, achy and bunch of lambs for lCc to Center stiff all day, worse when it's damp or Bros. Miss Iona Dunn began a very Suspect your kidneys and chilly? try the remedy your neighbors use. promising school at Stony Point on C. H. Pope, farmer, Lexington Inst Monday. Pike, Lancaster, says: "About a A scries of meetings is being con- year ago I had an attack of kidney) ducted by Rev..F, M. Tinder and son trouble that put me down and out. at Falrview. My back pained me dreadfully, I Lttle Migs CiaJyl Conn of Rich. could hardly stoop over and it was mond( ia visiting Miss Lucilo Lackey very hard to straighten up. I ( for .CVeral davs. couldn't get in any comfortable posl- - i MijsM Von am, t,0?V 1 been visiting friend, and rela- h. UIIU UUUK'lb litem ut .uvuuir i tives at Buckeye for several days. erts' and Son's Drug store. The Miss Fannie Dowden is teaching aches and pains in my back left and my kidneys were put in good shape. for another lady at Teatersville, unbegins at Bryantsville. I have had but little kidney trouble til her school Mrs II. C. T. Richmond and daugh since." Don't ter, Roberta, are with her mother Price COc, at all dealers. ! get after visiting relatives in Louisville. simply ask for a kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Misses Brunetta Arnold and Lucile Co., Lackey have returned from a two Mr. 1'opo had. Foster-Milbur- n c. Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. weeks visit to Louisville and Mr. Floyd Curtis and family spent Saturday in Richmond. A number of young men from this place have recently been called to the "Colors". Mr, Clay Coulter of Ilosjmoyne. Ohio, was theguest of Mr. Hubert Moss at Crab Orchard last week. Mr. Harrison Duncan nnd family and Mr. Irvin Blakcman and family spent Sunday with Mr. W. M. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Strand Shearer and ir It Kelps! troubles peculiar to There can be no doubt as to the merit cl Cardui, the woman's t;nic, In the treatment oi many little daughter Bettie Francis, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. , Coulter. CARTERSVILLE. W. woaen. The thousands ol women who ha-- , p been helped by C-- iJ i.1 t'.ic past 40 cars. ll. ...iu-ti- ve p'ocf th. i' la a good medicine for worsen It should who sutler. help you, too. j Ta!o Some nice lemonade, all sparkling! clear, Little Robert Calico who has been Or soda or pop of good root beer, very ill, is better at this writing. And nothing else in the world, my I Mrs. Addle Davis visited her pardear! ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bonln last week. Mrs. Clara Wylic and son, Walda visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wyllc last Monday night Anderson Misses Amanda and Lenna Hollon visited home folks last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Edith Moore of Lancaster, Is the attractive little guest of her onut Mrs. R. C. Bolan this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pennington visited her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. O. S. Roop, last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore and Mr. children of Lancaster, visited and MrsJl, C. Iloain Sunday. eOlUBON POllTPY CUt dowa a. chick's tonui cure A few dropi la th Of jet. pg The Women's Tcnlcm iTevenu cooler, diarrhoea andothercrilctdlieate, one UK Initio male. IS tallon. of Sai, water cores anu Mrs. N. E. Vamcr, of llixson, Tenn., writes: "1 wis passing through the . . . My back aad sides were terrible, and my suffering Indescribable. I can't tell Just how and where I hurt, about I all over, I think began Cardui. and rsy pains grew less and less, until l was cured, lam remarkably strong (or a woman Cl jears cl aje. J donllmv housework." ... l?lf "rS" "dn!yl",itaw medlcloe At all JruaiKU. Sample, ana booklet on Ml)lft- (if ,,nt IT V V Dogrtcn Renidj Co. I; rj.r. l" I LtBviaaaBriilJ 1 Hasetden Brothers. ft 0 Your "Move Next It is imperative that you attend the WAR MEETINGS AT Peacocks In the Bible. Mies Willie Macie Gastineau enAmong the natural prod'ictB of the tertained quite a number of her lnml of Tnrnhlnh which Solomon's home on last fleet brought to Jerusalem, tnt'ntlou Is friends at her beautiful nmile of peacncU (I Kings x 22 and II Wednesday night. Lackey, Richard Misses Iona Chronicles Iz 21), Dunn, Lucile Lackey, and Mrs. C. C. Sowdcrs, and son William, motored BRYANTSVILLE to Boonesborough on the evening of the Fourth. Mr. Noah Marsee, Jr., has pur chased a new Overland touring car. MR. W. C. Rose returned home Saturday from a business trip to Owsley County. Have this effective remedy at hand Miss Edna Berkele has been spendIt's thankful for croupy children. relief. Pleatwit to take. Mildly laxative. ing a few days with her grand-motheMrs. Mary Berkele. Mr. W. J. Hogan has returned home from an extended stay with her daughter, Mrs. W. T, Woolfolk, at Lexington. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk returned to her home in Lexington, Sunday, after a three weeks visit with Paint Lick High School e for Coughs s Colds CoMtiattioa Cmsm Sickaew Don't permit yourself to become conitipatcil, as your system immediately begins to absorb poison from the Use Dr. backed-u- p waste matter. King's New Life Pills and keep well. There is no better safeguard against illrnn.Try It tonight. i,:r. All druggists IPiscoverv si Logans Chapel School White Hall School TUESDAY, JULY 23rd, at 4 p. m. This urgent call applies to every man, woman and child living In these school districts. Speakers will be present and you will be given an opportunity s to help win the war. .Sickness only, will be accepted as an excuse for your failure to attend these meetings. o ft ft ft ft ft cently. Martin Brogle, Mrs. Johnson remainA prayer meeting at this place has ed for a longer visit. relatives here. Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Brogle, Mrs. R. J. Brogle, Mrs. Malinda Johnson, and Mr. Tom Sculley of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Islah Shearer, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. WOODS', Chairman War Fund. The Central Record, Thursday, July 18, 1918. STANFORD Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Jone nrc In Louisville, this week. Alfred Kails of Anchorage, has been here for a few days. Mr. George II. Karris Is able to be out after several days' illness. Miss Lisra Holtzclaw Is visiting friends nt Richmond this week. Miss I'cnrl Embry is the guest of Miss Ilush Allen, at Millcrsbur,?. Miss Mary Dreck of Richmond, Is the guest of Miss Dorothy Tribble. Mrs. J. S. Rice is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Garnett at Cave City. Miss Tannic Sparks of Mt. Vernon is the guest of Miss Berta Jean Penny. Copt. T. I). Marcum of Cattlets-buris with his daughter, --Mrs, K. C. Walton. Miss Jean Patrick is the guest of her aunt, Miss Dessle Richards in Lexington. Miss Cecil Batson of Lancaster, is the guest of Miss Annelle Carson and 7 THE CONWAY CASE By KATHERINEE AUCTION SALE OF HOPSON. Choice Farming Lands on On at 1 Wednesday, July 31st, 1918 10 o'clock A. M., on the farm, we will sell at Public Outcry to the highest and best bidder the farming lamia consisting of about 203 ncres, situated on the Danville and Stanford pike close to the Iloylc nnd Lincoln County line, about miles from Danville, county seat of Hoyle county, 5 miles from Stanford, county scat of Lincoln County, nbout 4 miles from Junction City, junction of the C. N. O. and T. P. and the L. and N. railways, and known as the Logan farm. Will be odered first In two tracts, both to front on said pike and then as a whole, and the bid realizing the most to be accepted. This land Is nicely Improved, well watered, highly productive, all tillable, and having two tenant houses and and large 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 locntion for a home, accessibility to market, or yield per acre in crops. Well watered nnd thoroughly adapted to live stock. No waste land. Ownership is in itself a gunrantee of both income and profit. -2 other friends. Miss Mae Phelps of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Janle llocker and Sale Will Be For 1- -3 Cash balance deferred payments equal amounts due in two and three years with C per cent interest, from date of sale, notes with lien retained in deed on land as security. I Growing crops for 1918 reserved from sale; possession January 1st, 191!), with seeding privileges to purchaser this fall. other relatives. Mrs. Mary Penny spent several days in the country with her s'ster, Mrs. Sallie Scott. Misses Ella and Iiettie Warren arc the guests of their sister, Mrs. C. F. Gnrnett, at Cave City. Mrs. .Eliza Portman has returned to this city after a visit to Mrs. Nannie Smith, near Lancaster. Mrs. Emmett McCormack has re turned home after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Logan Hubble. Jfr, and Mrs. John Shanks of Chat tanooga, Tenn, are here with rekv tives and friends for the summer. Mrs. J. K. VanArsdale and Ml as Susan VanArsdale of Louisville, have been here with relatives and friends Postmaster Harvey J. McRoberts has been confined to his home sever al days this week on account of ill ness. Miss Jennie Ncwland has returned home from Anchorage, where the has been with her sister, Mrs Alfred Eads. Mrs. Kate P. Miller of Pittsburg, Pa arrived here last week to spend several weeks with relatives and CAROLINE LOGAN DUNN, WALTER S. DUNN. Farm shown or information furnished on application to Walter S. Dunn, Auctioneer CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. Phone 75. friends. Mr. M. O. VanDevecr and Miss lllanche VanDeveer are visiting Mr, Dave VanDeveer and family at Richmond. Mrs. Louanna Holdam of Muskogee Okla., is at Crab Orchard for the She was in this city last summer. week to see friends. Mrs. J. S. Reed and mother, Mr;, Mattie White, of Baltimore, Md.. arc here for several weeks. They are at their farm on Danville pike. Mr. W. J. Doiier and family, who motored through from Fordyce, Ark, and have been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, returned home Thursday. Mr. Thomas II. Eads has purclias ed a farm near Louisville and will move his family there soon. Mr. Eads has been local representative for the National Life Insurance Co., for sometime in this city. He and his estimable family will be greatly missed in this city. Mrs. Rosa B. McCarlcy died at her home here Friday after a long illness of pulmonary tuberculosis. Deceased was a daughter of the late James Brecdlove of Garrard county, and a good christian woman. The inter ment took place in the Buffalo Springs cemetery Sunday afternoon. Sill I will on Thursday, at 2 o'clock 18 p. July 25th, m. sell to the highest bidder, my AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACfe WILL SELL WEIGHING 125 POUNDS EACH; FIVE HOGS 40 POUNDS EACH; ONE SOW AND TEN PIGS; ONE SPRING VAGON; CALF; ONE GOOD E acres of land and improvements located at Bourne, Ky. The improvements consist of good dwelling and store room in connection, and all in good repair. This is one of the best stands for a country store in Garrard county. place of Itoiiort or tko Condition or the , Bank Of ISryaiitsvillc UoIdc bmliH-- at uih u of Brjrautirllle, County ol Garrard, State ol Kentucky, T TIIK CLOK OK l.lWNfcSS ON TIIK 25th day of June 1918 HK301IKCK. .. Loam ami IHicouuti t Ml.tM in Ot ant raft tocurvd aul uuC(iriit Hi CM SI.C'mJAO Iua Iroin JtaUka Caahnutiaml iJAibO uaitiiDc iit'Uh. ruruiiurvMUrt a. (MM) DO f llturfti uthrr . aorta not lucluut-- uudrr .... t.w vt iujtoi ixt ti Tout un.iM si MAtllLITUb. Edith Nugent un surprised whrn'n knock sounded nt the front door that nonlng. Callers were a rarity, especially on a rainy night like thK She went to the door expecting to tlnd one of the neighbors, lint there stood a tall, strange young man. "Good evening," he hegnn. courte-oiml"v.111 j cm kindly tell me If this Is where Will Durgan lives?" "No, Albert Nugent lives here. The Durgaiis live next door. I!ut they are out of t n." "Is no one at home" "No; they are all nwny. Are are )ou a friend of theirs!" "Ye. I'm Mr. Durban's cousin, Edmond Marsh. I stopped off between trains to see them. It's unfortunate I happened on this time," he laughed. "Is there n hotel here where I van wait until the 11:20 train)" "There Is one, but It's very poor. It would be a dreary sort of place to wait! She hesllnled n moment, then a glance out Into the raging storm decided lier. "We should be glad to have you come In and wait here. A relative of the Dorguns Is always welcome." The man's virile, polished personal Ity was 'f the type not often seen In small towns. And to Edith his com ing was like H hrcuth of romance from the outside world from which khu hud been largely excluded since she had taken the reins of the hnurehotd after her mother's death. The Durgan returned home the fol lowing day anil Kill Hi related to them the Incident of their cousin's coming, Yen. I remember a distant cousin or my father's by the name of Edmund Marsh, but I haven't seen him for years. You say he hud dark hair As I rcmcmher him. his hair was light like his father's." "Perhaps It grew dark as he got older. Many times It does." When she went home she found her father reading the paper. As he en tered he said excitedly: "Here's an account of the capture of the man who committed that big diamond robbery at Conway's Jewelry store last week. He was nabbed by a detective Just as he was boarding the 11:20 train last night. Mighty good thing they got him. That Conwuy case was n hold piece of work." When he finished reading the paper and laid It down, Edith picked It up and eagerly scanned the nccouot of the robber capture. A sudden fear clutched hard at her heart. The newspaper described lilni as tall, slender, with bronn hair nnd blue eyes that was also an accurate description of the man who had called there last night. Could It be possible that he She thought had been an Impostor of the discrepancy between his ap pearance and Mr. Durguu's reraem brance of him. Perhaps he wasn't the real Edmond MurMi at all I He had and honseemed so straightforward knew the greatest orable, and yet crooks sometimes had the most pleas ing manners. She did not want to voice her fears to her father for the possible connection between their guest and the' diamond robber had et- dently not occurred to him. Edith did not sleep much that night, She thought the matter over and over In all Its phases. "Why couldn't things hove been dif ferent? Why couldn't they be all right?" tdic asked herself bitterly. Next morning's mull brought a let-t(- T iHistmarkeil Chicago. She did not know the writing, mi glanced Bret at the fclgnnture. She caught her breath rharply as she read, "Kduiond Marsh." "Surely It will explain things," she thought, and eagerly scanned the letter. After u polite' repetition of his appreciation of the evening's hospitality, he said: "I bcllevwyou brought me good luck. It was owing to lay stopover In jour town that I made good on my Joh. I've been employed us a detective on the Conway robbery case, and until that night had not been hhle to tlnd tiny clews. He'd evidently been hiding around there, anil us luck would hue It he started to board the same train I did that night. I knew him ut. mice from the description we had of him. Oddly enough, the fellow and I actually look alike I "Anyway, so much for luck and you. Iiu going to lie down that way again next week, aud shall hope to seo you again then. I mean to cultivate Uncle Will's folks and their neighbors after thUl" Edith's eyes brightened, and In her cheeks wns a lovely color as she finished the letter, "Sometimes things do come out right after all," she de clared. "Hut, ohl he must never know that I doubted him!" Concerning w Stop Jlrrc'f quick rtSaf and paint ichM of Rhfuma tlam, Kruralgla, Epralntandbtraina. No need to rub. ft I MT. HEBRON Mrs. Mattie Montgomery remains quite ill. Mr. Orbin Thompson had a good horse to get kicked Sunday and died Sunday night. There will be services at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Speed Shcrrow, the grocer-ma- n of this place, left Saturday to work in the shipyards. Mrs. John Dean and son, Homer, were the guests of her sister, Mrs. A. S. Dean, n part of last week. Mr. Hasty nnd Miss Nannie Lee Adams were united in marriage here las'. Thursday, Rev. G. W. Thompson, olTicIat'ng". Mrr. Harrison Preston anil children and Mr. Leslie Sherrov of East Hickman are with their sister, Mrs. Author Preston. Mrs. Rebecca Holtzclaw of Lexington, was with her sister nnd brother, Mrs. E. F. Scott and F. W. Montgomery a part of last week. Mrs. II. R. Montgomery and children, Mr. and Mrs. Thos Hicks and daughter, Mr. John Sanders and Miss Ruth Broaddus were with Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, at Coy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Humphrey and daughter and Mrs. Homer Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Grow motored to Louisville Saturday to see Mr. Homer Humphrey who is in Camp there. Mr. Harrison Duncan and family of Wilmore, Mr. Irvin Duncan and family of Polly's Bend were guests of Mr. William Duncan, Sunday. There will be tinging at this place Saturday evening at "candle light", Mr. F. W. Montgomery has kindly consented to conduct the singing. CUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Morris Calico of Wilmore is here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCullcy are the parents of a son born, July 8. Rev. D. F. Sebastian was a guest of Mr. Frank Land, Saturday night. Miss Mary Banks Anderson spent the week end at her home in Stan- ford. Mrs. Robert Whittaker spent Friday with Mrs. Kemp Walker at Teatersvillc. Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss Iva Hollon were guests of Mr. and Mrs Frank Land and Miss Inez Land. School is progressing nicely under the management of Misses Bessie Hughes and Mary Banks Anderson. Miss Iva Hollon will leave shortly for Kansas and Colorado, to visit relatives. She will enter a Business College in Denver. Misses Margaret and Naomi Cornish of near Harrodsburg, have been here the past two weeks, guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and Miss Mary Lee Kurtz. Miss Lenna Hollon, who with Miss Amanda Anderson of Lancaster, is teaching at Carterville, spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss Iva Hollon. Keep Curb on Speech. Slo- -t of us say n great deal more than wo mean. We have a way of exaggerating things just for the Bake of the picturesque. There Is no reason why we should talk nbout our own affairs nnd less reason for talking about our neighbors. It Is a mighty safe rule In business, as In life Itself, to say only the pleasant things and keep the unpleasant things In the background or better still, nut to recognize them at all. TWO HOGS WEIGHING COW AND TWO-HORSONE 7 YEAR OLD HORSE; ONE GOOD BUGGY; TOBACCO AND CORN CROP WILL BE SOLD. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. . tht Opera Glass. Now Capital StiKk til. lu caail piirniu. r uwi ..,w Undivided 1'ruflu. I... aa aort Uibi t,!d iId aiu. IIS.OoO no I.OUUUO hvituali.iibkrttuenfck llUltf M.M3 mi vn.tu el Mabllltlea nut Idcludtd unij.tw CO dvr au) til aboia bvadi Total STATU OF KKNTUOKY.I L'UUNIY UK MAKUAKP Vim CI. a. Ruk.r. ru.ld.nl mid 1. (I. Wll. llatill. t'aibtarof tha aboa liained kauk do aoltianly twrar llial lha aboia atalriasul U irua iu idv iMr.i 01 oar luowiaass ana oaiiei, C. C. H.ck.r, Prt.ldtut. Otkctr ,in.4il ' SPEED RAINES. BOURNE, KY. day ol Julr J.C.Wuijim, Ca.bltr, 8ul.erlord andiwdrn to Lafora ma thla lit J. Hoc an Mallard, Notary Public. MrComuilnloanpIrM r.b ti, lwo. DlSKVTOlSl III. A. T. SCOTT, AUCT. Noah Man.., Jr. U. It. awj W. II. Swops (lis. full history of what Is known as the opera glass, but which probably exist ed In some form or other long before Its widespread use at the opera gave It that distinctive name. We know that the ancients had the magnifying glass and something akin to the modern telescape; (lass being much more freely used la antiquity than until a few years ago was ac knowledged by soma historical wise acres. But, though we read of the burning of ships by powerful mugul- flers of the sun's rays, and of observations of the heavenly bodies by meamt of the telescope, we do not know whether the bodies on the stage were brought under clearer inspection by meant of the equivalent of the open It would bo Interesting to trace the TREES .is the time to plant your Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable Evergreens. GraDe, Asparagus, Seed Potatoes, Strawberries, etc.. is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Afit Frultand Shade Troes Small Fruits, Shrubs. B.F.Hillinmtycr & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday. July 18 1918. IHtMl ! i i : : e I BARGAINS IN WAGONS RUN LIGHTER. LAST LONGER. o UGGIES , ...;.! Wire Fence is the kind. When put up, it stays up. KOKOMO House Paints. The best on the market and at prices that will make you buy. REPAIR DEPARTMENT Our Repair Department for Wagons, Buggies,, and Implements of all kinds, is complete. 2 HORSE SHOEING 2 Does Your Horse Forge? : We have the best shoer in tovn. i HARNESS The Very Best That Money Can Buy. Composition & Metal Roofing. Steel and Galvanized. Has no sand holes and is easy to put on. : TURNING PLOWS That Run Right and Linseed Oil. Not Cotton Seed but the PUREST of Linseed Oils. are Guaranteed. HOtt(lMlWI W. CI MANSE. 1 J. ROM ANS, tscesi Gun-saule- s, LANCASTER " i : ft sale of a handsome Chevcolct Touri ing car to Mr. W. C. Wynn. A Mr. John Roberts has been very ill. Miss Jeancttc Eldriilge had as Miss Flora Cottrell has returned her guest Friday and Saturday, Mrs. from Ohio. Rufus Lisle of Lexington. Mrs. Lizzie Broughton is the guest Mr. R. H. Ledford and family were of Mrs. Homer Highland. in Berea Sunday to hear Dr. Mr. John Pennington and family at the College Chapel. are visiting relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Anne Moberley and Miss Ida Misses Lizzie and Mary Anderson SAVING OF BREEDING STOCK Sanders were the guests of friends have returned from Clay County. near Cottonburg, the past week. Movement of Hogs Dack to Farms In. Mr. Jim Hester and family spent dlcatlve of Results of Campaign Messrs W. C. Fitzpatrick and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Major of Government. Louis Guyn of Shelbyville visited Mr Holmes, and Mrs R. G. Guyn, Saturday and (Prepared by the United Stttes DepartMrs, Charley Friend and little daughter, of Ravenna, are visiting Sunday. ment of Agriculture.) One of the good signs of the times. home folks. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Kirk and Mr. In Tlew of the fact that wartime condiMr. and Mrs. Forest Centers are and Mrs. 0. H. Hendren were in Lantions demand un Increase In the prothe proud parents of a little daugh- caster Wednesday, to see the"Beast duction of meat on both farm and ter, born July lGth. of Berlin". range. Is the fact that there was a targe Increase in the number of hogs shlpiwd Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bowling spent Mrs. Oscar Hammack spent sever- to farms and ranches for breeding and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. brothal dnys the past week with her feeding last fall, Instead of being fold Creech, at Hyattsville, er, Private Frank Ralston nt Camp us unfinished stock for slaughter. This Mrs. Marshall. Norman and chil- Forrest Georgia. movement of "stockers and feeders" dren of Paris, are the guests of her j from the large markets of the country Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Roop motordaughter, Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. n four times as heavy during Octo-Jio1017, as during the same month Mrs. Robert Reynolds and baby of ed from Frankfort, Saturday, to be Berea, has been the. guests of Mrs. present at the family reunion held the previous year, and for September William Marshbanks the, past week. at the home of her parents, Mr. and nnd October combined the movement wus three tiroes heavier In 1017 than In Mrs. M. L. Noe, on Sunday.' Ir,, Jack, Roberts and family and 1010. These hogs that have gone back Mr. Luther Roberts and family spent Mrs. W. B. Denny entertained ti fit nm and ranches Instead of being Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John very delightfully Thursday at lunRoberts. cheon. The occasion being the announcement of the marriage of Miss Jeanette Eldridge to Mr. Harry RAVENNA, KY. Francis, which will take place August 21, at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. ty. 1L Dutaz is visiting, rel- The dining room was tastefully decoMo. atives and friends in rated with sweet peas and the table Mr. W- - W.' Conn is with, .his parr wus exquisite with crystal service ent at yiIraore this "yveek. and its centerpeice of sweet peas and Mr. and Mrs. William 3larcum ptacecardt and favors which carried out the color scheme of pink and motored to Lexington Wednesday. Mr. S. M. Morford of Nicholas-"vill- white, as did the mints and ices North Carolina Prise Winner. which were served with heart shaped was a visitor here Thursday, cakes. Covers were laid for ten slaughtered will, of course, Increuso J. M, Durbon is going to start a guests, Mice Jeanette Eldridge, Miss the pig crop next yenr. The movement grocery store on Broadway street. Elizabeth Eldridge, Mrs. Rufus Lisle Is considered n definite Indication of Miss Mary Linda Lynch left this of Lexington, Mrs. Robert Walker, some of the results of the campaigns week for a visit to Louisville friends. Mrs. B. B. Montgomery, Miss Eliza- of the United State department of agriculture, statcolleges and other The Ladles Aid of the Christian beth Gibbs, Miss Anna Belle Burn-sid- agencies, waged In nil the lending church, will give an ice cream supper Miss Anna Katherlne Arnold, states. .with the object of in a week or so. Miss Mary May Walker, Miss Martha bringing about the saving of bleeding stock. Miss Nellie Tudor of Paint Lick, ICovanaugh, of Lancaster. is the guest of her aunt and uncle, WINTER CARE OF THE SHEEP Mr. and Mrs. Mike Conn. SHEEP ARE DAINTY FEEDERS They Will Refute or Unclean Food and Water Animals Are Very Finicky. IwvR THE SERVICE FLAG. Dear little flng in the window there, Hung with a tear and a woman's prayer; Child of Old Glory, born with n star, Oh, what a wonderful flag you arc! Blue Is. your star In its field of white, Dipped in the red that was born to fight: Born of the blood that our forbears shed To rnlie your mother. The Flng over head. Sad now you've come, in this frenzied day, To speak from a window to speak and say "I am the voice of n soldier son, Gone to be gone till the victory's won. The sheep has the most delicate sense of smell of any domestic animal, mid the rncks and troughs from which they will eat will offend mure or less If not kept perfectly clean. They will not ent or unclean food nor drink unclean wnter, unless compelled by hunger and thirst to do so. BEST MANAGEMENT OF HORSE One of Limiting Factors In Present Food Production Campaign Is Much Work. "I am the flag of The Service, sir: I speak for her The flag of his mother Who stands by my window and waits and fears, But hides from the others her unwept tears. "I am the flng of the wives who wait For the safe return of n martial mate A mate gone forth where the war god thrives To save from sacrifice other men's wives. "I am the flag of the sweetheart true; The often unthought of the sister, too. I am the flag of a mother's son, And I won't come down till the victory's won." ' t" r, The horse Is one of the limiting factors In the present food production campaign. He Is being called upon to iierform more work In less time and at shorter notice than ever before, consequently his management Is a most lmiortant subject. ATTENTION NEEDED BY SHEEP Selected. Animals May Be Made Source of Profit as They Require Much Lets Cars Than the Cow. Sheep may m made a source of prof-I- t they require much less attention than cows. Small flocks are the most profitable. High dry land Is best for sheep. It costs no more to keep a flock sheep than a lot of poor of ones that return no profit. well-bred PUBLIC'SALE OF Kben, In de hope of helpln' you, lijit never foil de yoh feelln's." purport) of hurtln' I Trut Friendship. true friend," wild Uncle "is m who tells you do truth "A VALUABLE TOWN LOTS IN DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central University of Kentucky will sell tit public miction, on a, e, Left It to Her. Tin yon break these sets" asked the rhopper In the clilniiwure department. "No, I'm sorry to iay we don't, minium," replied the polite salesman, Imt If ynu keep a servant girl she will probably do It for you." Town Tojh lea. . . I Saturday, July 27, 1918, At Two O'CIock, P. M.f , Miss Nellie Tudor, Mr. and Mrs. I HAVE A RENDEZVOUS Miko Conn and Mr. W. W. Conn motored to Estill Springs Sunday. WITH DEATH. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Adamis visited her parents' 1n Lexington this week. I have n rendezvous with Death Miss Mary Ballard, her sister, ac- At surae dispute! barr ca.le. When Spring comes back with rust- companied them home for visit. l'r.g slmde Mr. and'Mrs. M. 0. Conn and fam- Anil apple blossoms fill the air ily, Miss Nellie Tudor of Paint Lick, I have n rendezvous with Death and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cloyd and When Spring brings back blue days family, motored to Irvine Friday and fair. night and attended the movies. It may be he shall take my hand And lead mo into his dark land 1AINT LICK And close my eyes and quench my 11 It may be I shall pass him still. I have a rendezvous with Death itor in Cincinnati. Mr. J. S. Burrows left Friday for On some scarred slope of battered v'hill, a visit to 'Livingston. aguin this Mr.'-an' W. R. Cornn were When Spring comei'round Mrs. year visitors in Berea, Sunday. , And the first meudpw.flowers appear. "Mr. Cam Hay of Stanford is the jjucst of Mr and Mrs. WffiS Walker. God knows 'tweru- better to be deep Mrs. Woods Walker ark Mrs. Rice I'lllowed in silk und scented down, Woods were in Lexington, Tuesday. WJicro Lovo throbs out in blissful MrsAli. M. Lear and Miss Mary I.ar motored to Lexington, Thursday, Miss Junle Bowling of Bryants-villIs the guest of her cousin, Miss Cleoae , McWhorter. - Mr. Morris Todd was a recent breath vis- sleep, Pulse nigh to pulse, and breath to breath, Where hushed uwakenlngs are dear. But I've a rendezvous with Death At midnight in some flaming town, When Spring trips north again this e, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walker at And I to my pledged word am true, the Howling Dog Ranch. I hall not fail that rendezvous. ALAN SEEGER. Mr, Woods Walkerjind Mr. A. . JIuyer are the guests of Mr. Sam 'Soldier of the Foreign Legion of Wooldridge-oVersailles. France, Harv. Coll. 1010: killed at July 4th, 1910. Tlfif Paint Lick Garage reports the Belloyeu-Santerrf Mni Fannie Walker ;ls visiting year, Greenland Rich in Metals. in front of the Court house in Danville, Kentucky, seven lots of Greenhind. that huge Danish terriround, three of said lots fronting on Main Street, and four of tory, bus copper, lend, sliver, tin. Raid lots fronting on Mnplc Avenue. The terms and conditions have-beeFlakes of nhoIntcly pure sliver picked up In crrvlcis along the of sale will be made known on day of sale. Smaller Amount of Grain Needed Than for Other Live Stock All Depends cliff. Musses of almost pure Iron ure on Hay Used. found In Greenland. One which wus brought to Kuropv was Mx und u half j SWp enn bo wintered with a small- feet long by five and n half thick, and er uso of groin than Is needed for oth- wilghed 10,000 pounds. COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. er live stock. All depends upon the kind of hay or other roughnge awl. Painting a Pine Floor. hays llko timothy, reil Deck pnlnt Is tlio technical name of Pacific Coast Whales. MMernal Instinct. s top and have very few the pnlnt that was used on a white There lire four species of whule com-- J Among the lowixt members of tlio leaves and therefore ure poor sheep pine kitchen floor. Three coats were monkey tribe little iimtcrtml ffcctlou moil to tlio I'licllk' coast the tinner, feeds. Timothy Is unpalatable, causes given, and as It contained consider- Is united, while with the gen- humpback, sperm ml sulphur bottom. constipation, and the dry timothy able dryer. It dried overnight. When erality of iiioiiki'.rK, mid especially with Tlio former twn urn best for merit, not heads work Into the wool, causing Irthe lust coat was thoroughly dry It the higher itpei. the female displays being as oily us the sulphur bottom ritation to tlio skin, lessening the vuluw was treated like a hardwood floor of the clip anil making shearing diff- with a coat of floor wax. This pro- - tlio utmost tenderness toward her and sj erin. O' then- the sulphur botyoniiu' The maternal Instinct devel- tom is 11. largest. 8011m specimens icult. When timothy or other thn paint and made the floor oped early In the monkey stage of our rea. li ninety feet In length and weigh hay Is fed to sheep In winter tectcd up to elqhty tous, evolution. quarters, supplementary protein feed easier to take cure of. Is needed. From to Camphor Plantation. pound of linseed meal per ewe The first und only bearing camphor dully should be used, depending upon the size mid condition of the animal plantation of uny fclzn In this country r Is located at Sntstliuu, Flo., says and the other feed used. It contains Science Monthly. over i!,000 acres of camphor trees INTRODUCTION OF A NEW SOW which lust yenr yielded over 10,000 This year Hounds of crude cuiiitiliiir. Quarters by It Is expected the yield "III be many1 Give Her Herself for Few Days Little Ex. times this amount. Florida has sev- - j by uaixo tra Care Will Pay. erut other plantations, which wilt soon come Into bearing. The newly purchased sow should TO VACCINATE AGAINST BLACKIXO. l.e given good, No Chance for Them. quarters by herself, Feed her Simple. Safe. Effective. was driving a loud An Irishman who away from the balanco of the herd. Mo dsss to Miliars. Hi itrtsf to rL No HquM to spM. Keep her away from the rest of tlio of pigs to the fair was met by two Btuiplr IIU1 pUI t ba lnrtJ under Um lUo. hogs for n few days and after slut be- Hwells. One of them accosted him comes fairly settled In her new quar- with Ihu words? "Suy, Put. could you For BaI b ters she may be let out with the bal- let us Iiuyo two Instdo seats!" To ance. Watch her however, to see that which Pat replied with a miille: yell, she gets bark to her sleeping quarters then, I can't, for when I u greed with at night and that she' gets her feed them that's Inside, I had to promise und water regularly. Just u little ex- that I'd tako up no one that wusu't tra core along this line may be the ns good as themselves. I'm so sorry," Mid Pot. means of saving the litter. ( Central University or 4 Coarse-stemme- d blun-gras- .11 coarse-stemm- ed I er one-ha- lf To)-ulu- d BLACKLEGOEDS d d WcRobcm Drug Store , 4, "r'a