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RlALPHi DE PALAJA
84ets New 31ark on Autonobile Track
Faist Fifty Allie-s,
New Yor!5, Jtine I1.-Halph D<
Palma, taking the lea(l inl the 1t1
mile of a 50 nile inIt:rinational auto
mobile race at tihe sIieepsheaII Ila)
track today, broke all world's records
for 50 miles, winninijg by a margin of
a third of a lap in 21; minutes, 23 2-f(
seconds. The previous recor( for t1he
distance was 21; minutes, 57 3-111 soc
onds, iade by ktliis cvrolet oveI
the same track September 22, 1917.
Do Palma alternatedi in second and
third positions with Ralph .lulford,
leading for the first 12 miles, but on
the next lapi1 shot to the front and
neveri was headed. le crossed the
Ilnish line two-tlirds of a mile ahead
of Dave Iae wis and Joe IBoyer, who
fllnished second and third, only a few
At 30 inile e. 'almer's t HMe was I.
Iminutes 512 It, seconds, wipting out
Ihe new world's time of 1 iimiutes,
20:-, seconds. made b\ .\lulford in
another race sea rcely an hour IIre
viously. llis timo for Il miles,
21::39 1-10 and his averare speted
for the , ,I:iles was 11.5 nmiles an
1otir. The tiilers and scorers did not
annlouTnCe what time i )e P'alimia made
for interitediate distances, bil it will
Ie' a1nnioinnced ollicially early nexI
Wario Resta had enine t roult'h! at
the start and qu'i thlt rlace for Wite first
lap. fra Vail retired for a similar
caus in the fourth.
FIour race-. two at ten miles tach,
one at :1' miles IuiIand ith -0 mile event
made up the program. Mulford won
the :10 mile and one of the ten mile
races, the other ten mile event being
won by Thonmas milton.
A new icord for ten mil es in al
tomobile track racing was established
today by Toil Milton in thle first heat
of the 110 mile international swveenp
stakes contest at the Sheepshead Bay
Speedway. Milton's time was 5 min
tites, 20 1-5 seconds, which Is 3 3-4
seconds faster than that made by
Hal ph De Palma on the same track,
August 27, 1918.
A new record, 16 minutes, 20 3-5
seconds, In the second leat, 30 miles,
was established by Ralph .\luIford, the
wiinner. 'hie 1,revious best mark was
11; mlinlutes, :11 2-5 sec!onds, imade by
D Palma Iin o this track last August.
De Palima lnished , second Atoda.y,
David ew'is third and .Josvph Thomas
.i\ulford drove at the avera-e speed
of I 10.1 1 miles an hour.
.\Milton Ilyn'iolds. Vail and Boyer did
not start in this event.
The third heat, ten miles. subl tituted
for tlie 20 mile event, was won by
Italph .lulford in 5 minutes. 21 1-5
ecoids, an average speed of i10 inilies
anm hour. Jloyer finished Second. De
'alma third and Lewis fourth. Alillon
and Tloma-u were tihie only other
Help .%sked to viltmodel ('h1u1irchi.
Pileasai View culiriich, nealr (iray
Coiurit, solicits assistance froi while
people in ieiiodeling anld eilarging!"
Ile house of woishiplii. .\Ilibei s of
this clhuirlich responided libealy13' to all
(alls for fiiid for war pillposes and
non appeal Ior help of whiie people
to 'nar t ihi clhur ch.
.1. W. .10ohnsonl.
Pictures of Christ.
All piletures of Christ nov in exist
enee represent the artists' Imaginative
coneeptions, based more or less on
Biblicill aid otlier deseri pt tios of his
personai apelarance. Te woriks of
Leonardo dit tiel and Iaphael are
the earliest neceptable ones.
Don't Imliss tie Red Iron Hacket's
Red lot .lne Sale. 'Tiey have two
big stock 1an1d you can i find very iea r
aliyhinltig you want in these two stores,
and they sell it for less.
BALM FOR THE DISHWASHER
According to Writer, Happy Is the
Man Allowed to Help in Cleansing
the Table Utensils.
We have never held with those who
think elIshwasihing a dreary and sor
(lid task, according to Collier's. Give
us plenty of hot water, plenty of
Some abrasive sol) andl] a couiple of
clean cloths and we will tackle the
debris of the evening meal with keen
enJoymiient. After a long day at the
office it is delightful to steep one's
hands in hot dishwater (which acts.
as an excellent febrifuge for the
brain. and a tonic for weariness of
the body) and pass through the purl
fying and homely gestures of ablu
tioni and wiping. These simple tasks
of the hand always induce a pleasant
and . domestle train of thought. We
know one poet, ainl not such a had
poet eIther, who always says he can
writo his best lyrIes after a bout with
the evening dishes. And no ianticu
rlst ever gives so pink and charming
a glow to the hands as a half-hour
with the (iShpan.
Ilow many husbands, we wonder,
have learned the first rule of the dish
wnashee's technique? You must have
plenty of hot water, but always use
cold] water oi any utensils where eggs
have been broken. Ient hardens the
yolk, and bolling water poured uipon
an egg-smn eared plate will so solidify
and1 solder tle juices that it will take
sandimper to remove them.
If any husband should ever protcst
agailst being asked to wash the
dishes let his wIfe refer him to II
Kings, 21 :13.
AVENGED HIS POISONED PET
Mean Way in Which Owner of Ma
rauding Cat Got Even With
A member of it c-rtain national or
ganization was laughing over certain
attacks on the Institution.
"Teliese attacks,'" he said, "are clever
-clever but crooked. They bring a
story to iy mind.
"A mnan owned a big black cat that
used to sneak off to the butcher's and
steal inent. The butcher warned the
mn to keep his thieving (nt at horne,
but no attention was phl( to the warn
Ing, and so finally the butcher de
ela red :
"'If that pesky ent stens any more
of iny stock I'll poison it.'
"Well, a few days Inter the ent
made off with a leg of lamb, Fad the
butcher, true to his word. sprinkled
hits (if potsoned steak about. The
noxt inning the black cat lny coil
and sitYi hefore its master's door.
"The at's owner waited till the
Ibitchelr shop was c'rowdel witi snusm
age btyers. Then he tuckeel thI4' corplse
iele'r hi-sri antid strode in through
tho crowd. %
'Jler o, you are, .lohn,' lie said,
slltaitning tlie lend eat down on tle
ntil hhck. besile Ihe i snusage mn
chlinei. 'llert. you1 11re1. Thatt makes
75'. I'll fitch it the 22 others in the
coiu rse of t lie day.'
Unider Hiritish motlpaton1(1 the fertile
regions ofr isleptitin atre' lin re
storei t) prtdel iity. fmr which tilis
rc celveul iit Wasihinti.e li fromii lbcingd l.
ttle'r Turiikish rul int511 loel tic
nth. ciilL' was pro dutcec.
Thelic'Itit ish a:ho ierities, teo 'ae a
largec parit ocf the llopuhiithei tt cln star
viton an tote i proevle work. imitieli
atc'ly se'i abouit, as soonet as the lTurks
tor' iigaitini ndl tee ecournige%.c the
popuilaion to lanl~u ferthelii next ha r
vest . AnI Arbalcn tinhlor ceorps was or
gatnizedl len':lyv and4 tee Indltiair
corps wS~ere empil loede.
As a resilt a new I rri rtttieon ena il
hats becien lcucr t openedeatiasai ch, sev.
enctyVt is no' rthleaist oif Il igdc litn tie
IDina rIver c. by~ whlich 44 :100 0 tacres
alreads iy arte betig Irri galted.
The King Charles Statue,
King ("hairles 1 may43 ntow bireathe
fre'ely ce moei. Wor'kmen haiive t ak
ent na vy the sandhln':gs nd)4 scateffchin tg
oft the statue oif King ('haric's I in
TPrafaelgar sq tm re. Th is is the first
timhe thle hied of the Si tars hias be'en
icern Ited tee brctithe fre'e'y for nmtny
inathcitI. All sorts ofi sice'cuilac tins have
ihe ti rife us toe lie reasonI~ frthe li'ex
tenisive pro t(tetin thiat hiais been', ac
ceed'ed this staetue, (crnecof item bei'ng
thit thit'e' wa.s a .ihit?e at th olie' c(e
of woerks. The pronie rc'lsion, huiw
evcer, is the umtilenilable hbntyi cit the
Identification No. 1.
Whient ai iiolieri getis his cl'tiflencttiont
disk hanetdede teo hin andic iittius up~ to
cuoiossal nuimbcer, hie bcegins cetiocmedl
late bicly 'en flit subject ecf whic hais
T[li Stars andr5 'iiccs answers'i hits
ininneoy ofi the A. IX10.'.. Nio. 1 wti is
sigunci to Sergt. Art hir 1. ( 'riean of the
mtedlelc'eparttmet. Wh'ierge ,' d wh~at
he is niow ia tnot viiuchstafceit b-rt by thi
timio he many be a l ieutIenan itc olnet.
Another Star Shell,
P~y the invettion if a new "'star
sheil the tughit fig'hftin etllcy of
the navy will lie inir'c'asied at least 25
per centI, thle waiir deartmnt unt ttls soa41
In anu otli(ial stat'etenf. 'Thi' shell is
It tiable for gunts 4oft ftrtin I ire'e 4 t tve
inch eteil~ie. Ifs value li's it the' tnct
thatt Its hicwrcensed lilu1tn itin i'power
sitlon oef et crnft us1in- it.--' r ;f.
You know that tropic-thin Summer
Clothes are in style, but you don't
know how much style is in Summer
Clothes tI.-ou wear
The National Summer Suit for Men
Keep-Kool is our trademark; it is not a general
trade term. Every ",Keep-Kool" Suit has the
label sewn under the collar.
FOR SALE BY
Wells Clardy Company
We are please to announce that The
Overland Co. ,will send to us, July 1 st.,
Mr. 0. B. Ols n,}s expert Road Machanic,
to look ove t~1lof their cars in this ter
ritory. Bring your car in and have him
look it over, and put same in, good con
All Overland Parts carried in Stock
Also Fiske and Goodyear Tires
Wilson -Overland Co.
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We who serve the nation by
providing its meat have many
There are hundreds of thou
sands of stock raisers, asking for
a quick market and a high price
for their stock.
There Are the millions of con
sumers lociino athrough tens
of thou.;andc )f rot, , or a
constant apply of meat
low a p:i 3 as possible per pound.
There are the thousands of
wage earners properly eager to
There are the 25,000 holders
of Swift & Company shares
8,000 of the s women-who have
a right to' expect reasonable
returns on thei investments.
There are -fe. hundreds of
competitors, bigand little, alert
to discover, for"'their own advan
tage, any momentary breakdown
or lapse in our service.
In all our activities we try to
deal on a basis of equity, so that
all may benefit and none be in
jured by the advantages that go
with organization, wide scope,
and efficient management.
And this service of Swift &
Company is performed at a profit
of a fraction of a cent per pound.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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