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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919 PAY AND FILE INCOME TAX BEFORE MAR. 15 U. S. Internal Revenue Bureau Gives Warning That Severo Penalties Will Oe Enforced. WOMEN WITHIN LAW'S SCOPE; HOW THEY REPORT INCOME The Income Tin drive comes lo dose mi Saturday night, March 13. All n)inriil iiml returns iluc nn It nt ilnle under the pruvUlmi of I lie new llevoiuie Iavc muKt lip In Ilia hnnil"f Incnl Inli'ninl Itectiue Cnllec lnrx before tliclr ollli ei rlni ttint iilulit. The Income Tn Is being mllrrti'il In Meet the nnr cipeinei.. Ilnery perron h)io hottteil iiinl looted IiIm linm on Arininlee liny Is nmv cnlleil mon in conltlhufe fill slum- of tlu out of "In iil'iB the war. The lajrirnnli niul the iloili-ers will face min fines uml J.ill M-nli'iires. Tin- Internal Iletenmi llurcnii an nounces Unit ll otlUers will tlieck ill It up to m tlmt every person wltn comes within I l.i- snipe, of the Income Till illil his !uiri Where to Pay and Flic. Resident" of Kcnturky kIioiiIiI mala thHr returns uml mj- their tme to tlii- ncnret of tlin followlne; Jns.li T. (irillllli, cinlion; J. HoiriTn (lore, I.oullllc; Charlton It. 'Ilinnitnn, rntliigtnn: l.lniHvl lluuillton, l'tlns ton; John W. I luting. Kimllle. I'njim ill sent by itinll should Ic nt Inched to I lie return" niul ulioulil he In tin' form of cheek, money order or ilraft. 'li pniiiciit by null I re unit nt tlio lniH)i-r' nk of loa. If oii nre iii.nMe lo make jour re turn i-riMrinllj- leesiue of Ilium, nl .lice or ln iiiaclty hii nisciit or legal retirecnlatle mnjr make jmir reluni. It there nil' nil)' ilouhtful (xiliitii na to your Items of liiroino or nllottiihl deductions Jim should ft In touch nt once wllh n Itetcmio iiMcer or n bank t for ndilce Womtn Pay Tax. Women are subject In nil tlii" require ment" of Hie lncm Tin. Whether lw:te or niarrljd, u woman's Income from nil sources muM be considered. If unmarried or If Urine apart from her hubahd flu- mut mall! her return for lit IS If lirr net Income nan Jl.-0 irmiT. If married and llvtnc with lier bin band lier Ineome tnit he couihlcred wllh ttie husband's In determining th liability for ii return. Tlielr Joint In foine, Ie the redlt" ullimnl by law, Ii subject In uorinnl lax. The vtlfe's net Income U cortiddcrcd separately In computing liny surtax tliat may bo ilue. Husband ami wife file Jointly, nti a rule. If the htiKliniol iIih-h not tncluilc hU wlfe'n Income In hi, return tha ulfe limit tllo a xemrate return. Stvcrs Penaltlct. The new Ileinue Ian- place never penalties en u peron who fnll tn innle return mi time, refue tn. mnka return or render n fraudulent return. Tor failure tn male return ami pay tat on time a line of not more than ?l. t named ami per cent of the tin ilue- I nddeil tn the nfffmctit. I'or r'fulnc wilfully In mnUe return 01 for mnVInc n fnli-e or fraudulent re turn there I, u linn of not exriedln; J10.i) nml ImprlMinnieut of not ii reeillnir one )enr. or both. Frmcr' Incoma Taxable. Tvery farmer uml ranchmiiii h I I a fair or a rood jear In 1!MS imi-t lieid the Income Tni thla )enr. II tnunt ontder nil h!a Income iih lax able, lie Ik entitled In deduct from hi cnta. Income nil amount exendod In rarrjlni; on Ida farm. The cot of 'iitiu machinery, farm hulhllni! mid IniproMuienta ennunt be ileducted. Thn coat of Ile ktmlc, either for re tain or for breeilliiK purpose, la ulso re.-arded na Inveslment. Overtime and Donuiet Taxed. Salary and xingv enrnera inut con Her n taxable every Hem recelu-d from eniilurrs utid fmm other ooiirce. Ilnmise nml ner(lme pay nro tn be reported n well a the. reu lnr pajiiieiiK. Allowance, for Lone,. Iisse ninnliie.l In WIS nml tint cnvcreil by In-nirunco are iliHluctlhle Iteiiia If Incurred In the, Inxpajer'a huatncM or trade. In nny trnm-jrtlou iinderliiken for pioflt or nrUIng from lire, lorni, ahlpwrii'W or other i-iinu-nlly or from theft. SQUAF1E DEAL FOR EVERY INCOME TAX PAYER. Vnlilnetmi. 1). C. 'The rlcliln of nil persons no- tlllni; Imome Tux lelurns are) nmply protecteil by provlnlon for nbiilenicnta, refunil nml up poiilM," n)H CommUalnner Dan iel C Itoper. "i;wy peraon enn be aitru of It Kiiniru ileal. .N'n pemon la ex pected In pay more than hla aharn of tax. II In kliuro la de termined ml ely by the amount nml ml ii re of hla net Income for 101R, u deflnuil In the law, "Abatement petltlona aro dealt with npciHUtndrdly. Itefunda will be inadu In every cane where ton much tai la errone ously collected. The Income Tax 1 'on the level' oil tho way through." LIVERY Owing to pressing duties on my farm, I have decided to close out my entire LIVERY OUTFIT and will sell at Public Auction in LANCASTER, on Saturday, March 15 th, 1919 Beginnng at One o'clock promptly, the following personalty: Fourteen head of good gentle horses, work both single and double. Fifteen sets of good single harness; five sets of double har nesss and two sets of good heavy carriage harness. Fourteen buggies; four carriages; two drummer wagons; pall bearers wagon; one big hack; rugs, heaters, whips, dusters and a lot of other things used in a first-class livery barn, which are too numerous to mention. Also two good milk cows. AlsoVat the same time and place will offer my big brick liv ery barn on Stanford street near public square. TERMS made known on day of sale. J LANCASTER, SMOKING TOBACCO FACTS FROM THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA t The Use of Flavorings Deter mines Difference In Brands Tho Encyclopedia Hrltannlca says about tlio manufacture, of smoMiitf to bacco: !.'... on tho Continent ami In America, certain 'sauces' nro I'mployeJ . . ,tlio usa ot tho 'aaucea' la to Improve tho flavour and burning qualities of tho leaves." Which indicates that a smoker s enjoyment depends as much upon tho flavoring used as upon tho tobacco. Your nose Is a sure guide In the mat ter ot flavorings. Try this timplo test with toveral tobacco brandi: pour somo tobacco Into your palm, rub brkkly, and amell. You will notice a distinct difference In tho fragrance of every brand. The tobacco that smells best to you will smoke best in your pipe, you can rest assured. Carefully tged.'ld Hurley tobacco, plus a dash of ours chocolate, gives TUXEDO Tobacco a purs fragrance your nose can quickly distinguish from uytbr tobacco.. Try It tai m OF T. 3 MAKKSUUKY Mrs. Courtney Kobcrts Ij recov ering slowly. John Sutton sold to Itaz Dunn 17 shunts at He. Itov. J. W. Malinn lllled his np pointmcnt nt Salvisa Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Milton Ueune went to I'ine vilio to sec her daughter, Mrs, Hceder who is quite ill. Mrs. I). T. Hankin vroi called to Wayne county, by tho illness und death of her sister. Mrs. Kdmond Sutton entertained the Ladies Working Society nt din ner last Wednesday, Only n few members braved the ruin and snow storm but felt fully repaid when they sat down to the splendid dinner the hostess had prepared. Mr. E. T. Sutton has Just purchased n new Sil ver tone and delighted the guests with many of the new records. The So ciety will meet at the residence of jL OUT A D. S. Swope next Wednesday at 2 P. M. All the members arc requested to be present. GUY. Mr. Cy Foley of Hackley, was with friends here Sunday. Muster Carl Turner spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. John Black, Mrs. John Smith is visiting her sis ter, Mrs, Harrison Kinnelly at Cotton burg, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Roy Prather. Mrs. William Sutton who has been visiting relatives in Richmond, has re turned home. . .Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Wee and chil dren were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. llascom I'elphrey. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Ward were re cent guests of their daughter, Mrs. C. It. Henry of Kirksville. Mrs. Marcus White and children FIT KENTUCKY. spent the day Tuesday with her par ents Mr. nnJ Mrs. Jclm Droaddus Sr. Misses Dovle nnd Saran Morris of Prencliersville were entertained Sun day by Misses Olllo and Fannie Met Ida. Mrs. Obe Bolton of Scotts Fork and Miss Emma Bolton of Marksbury were visitor Monday of Mrs. Everett Grow. Mrs Carrio Davidson is with her son, Mr. L. (!. Davidson, of Lancas ter, who is recovering front tho mumps. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ynter and family, and Miss Florence Prichette, of Danville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yater, IERSEYS ani HEREFORD'S Built of fonlmible age ami younger. I ,,.., It. liUh.t,i .in, ..SV..-I.... v.v'v 411 vt nuu ovw iuv duvi in H or aililrt'M R1VERVIEW FARMS, Ctrrollloa, Ky. 1'. U. 0A1.NES, Prop. 1JUYANTSV1LLE Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Curtis were in Lancaster, Monday, Hon. J. II. Ballard was in Frank for'. Monday en bulnes. Mti, John Campbell h4 gone to Frankfort for n weeks stay. Joe Hamilton has purchased a new seven pmsengcr "Nash" car. Miss Martha Curtia was th guest Paturdny of Miss Allcne Curtis. nr. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes visited friends In Oirpst-.un lat week. Mr. Edwin Wylle was the guest of Mr Cioebel Ballard Saturday night. Mr, BulTord Doolin was the guest of Mr. Herbert Doolin during the pnt week. Mr . Jnnle I!o?e has returned from n visit to her son, G. C. licsc of Enu finlli, Florida. Mrs. Mory P.. Berkley Is showing some Improvement after suffering with her eyes. Mr. Lewis Broaddus has returned from Bercu College where he has been attending school. .Mr. and Mrs. Clay Parks of Dan ville, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Swope Sunday. A. B. Snopc has recently purchased 'JO acre? of land adjoining the farm where he now resides. Miss Stella Mae Crow has returned from a week-end visit with Miss Edna Davis of N'icholasville. Miss Fannie Dowden spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. J. T. Thompson nt Paint Lick. C. M. Dean is "lighting up" Camp Dick Robinson nt his handsome home wi.li the new Delco system. Misses Lucille Lackey and Fannie Dowden are guests of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis. Misses Martha and Margaret Cur t.s nnd Mr. Cail Curtis attended the s jrprise party given Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Mahan. Dr. B. A. Dawes recently sold two ti.'C. dahy coas to Mr. Clay Sutton, near Lancaster, it it understood he received a very handsome price. Sergt. Jennings of this vicinity is at home from France. He was wounded in the battle of Argonne Forest also saw service in several oth er important battles. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N Morford and children of Buckeye nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Elisha Forbes and family of McCreary were guests at dinner. Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Martin Brogll. Mr. Bricc Sechrest the popular postmaster of Buena Vista, motored to Danville, Thursday afternoon where lie was initiated into the mys teries of the Knight Templars and later in the evening enjoyed a ban quet given in honor of the newly initiated Knights. Clay Sutton son of Mr. Jame3 Sut ton, farmer near Bryantsville nnd Miss Elizabeth Doty, daughter of the late John Doty, who resided near Marksbury, surprised their many rel atives and friends Friday evening with a "Gretna Green" wedding. Just received Car of good white Oats, 55c bushel. Cheapest feed oatsOats, Soc bushel. Cheapest feed to be had now. We have corn for sale, white and yellow. Straw, hay and all kinds of mill feeds. Special prices on ton lots 13--.'t. GARRARD MILLING CO. Friends and relatives here were apprised of the death on last Satur day of the little three months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard of Stanford. Interment taking place in Stanford cemetery. The entire family have been down with flu and pneumonia, however nt this writing are gradually improving. Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy was hostess on Friday afternoon for the March meet ing of the W. C. T. U. The principle feature of tho program being the ap propriation of $10 from the local treasury for the purchase of "Cheer Up Books" for blind soldiers of the recent war. Also an order for a framed photograph of Frances E. Willard and one dozen temperance and character building mottoes to be placed in the Bryantsville school building. KceptheChildrenWell To keep the liltlo ones well, sturdy and happy, free ol coughs, colds, cioup, litllo fevers and Inflamed throats, Uid Foley's Honey and Tar. It li carefully made of iclccted rem edies that looicn and break up a cough, stop croup and eaia an aching Inflamed throat, and it la clean of all narcotics. The prompt use olFoley'tiloneyand Tar la very helpful for whooping cough,, end the rctttcst fevcrlth itulc that attend children! diseases. M. T. UU, Beir-llk, W. V. r!te One of ur rt!t?a b4 a tuil cbiM uka wtibcrouo. Tty cm la mr Moia ami bousbl abviila cl Folv lleir i4 Tr ! btluia ueruln iba tbiU wm calUtty Iccovcrtdj STORMES DRUG 31UKfc.