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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 31, 1919
L PAVES WAY FOR A '.'.lL-'.tfr.- BIG THRIFT RALLY SAVORY ODORS WHET APPETITE AND ArlBUSB BOV' AND OlhLB CLUBS tO AfltloN. ARKANSANS IN EARNEST XWKttSNf "liiiallMlsi"' ' $tf' A) friendly pipeful make, even r .T - J.'CVHSR''! BBBflBBBBDms' . SirVTO.rf-BEu4.l3ni'jlU ff - f I They Realise That Savings Ar Valat- Itti Units! That Bavtd II Properly Invested. On occasion the organisers ot War flavlngs societies havs their lot! rn-l lit tnoit happy placet, and the report that find their way to headauarttrs are of real Interest, O. I'. Btnrk, one of the Arkansas llelil worker, on a reoent visit to Dan ville, Yell County, went through one of these eiperlencea, and hla report to Moorhead Wrlih., Stale director at LIttIn Rock, wm replete with a happy relation of the facta, "Stark u evidently unaware that tho merabera of the Yell County Hoys' Pig Club and tho Clrls' Canning Club were to have n field day on that par ticular time. The down-town streets were deserted, many of tho stares were closed, and Inquiry revealed tho rea son. Stark followed the throngs and wan Just In time to reach the place of as sembly before tho hugd Jrlnts of Juicy beef, lambs and fowls had been re moved from spits placed above trenches dug deep In tho ground, where a bed of glowing embers was even yet adding a coat ot brown to the meats, and was freeing savory odors that conjured up visions ot the feasts enjoyed by Robin Hood and bis forest rovers In tho heart ot Sher wood Forests In Mcrrle England. And when the feast was spread the viands were attacked with a gusto and ample Justice was done. Then the boys told abrut their ven ture In pigs, and the handiwork of the girls In the art ot food preservation was dwelt on In words, and their wares sampled. Dut this was not all. Thrift had a place on the program. J. C. Cham bers told of the value of tho cam paign of thrift planned by the United States Treasury Department, and how, what the boys and girls had accom plished was the outgrowth ot that campaign. He explained the value of tho War Savings Societies that were springing up all over the country, and told the boys and girls that all they had ac complished would count for naught did they not practice real saving. He told of the advantages ot Thrift Stamps, which he said would pave the way for prosperity when those who were boys and girls now had reached manhood and -womanhood. Chambers said there should he at least 95 such societies in Yelf County. PROSPERITY PARAGRAPHS. There Is no winter ot discontent for htm who puts his savings Into War Savings Stamps. The War Savings Stamp, like the snowball, Is a whole lot larger when It reaches the bottom of the hill. Don't bury your savings. Plant them In War Savings Stamps. They will grow. Your harvest of Interest Is sure, besides the original plant Is always there, ready to be used when necessity calls. While on the easy pathway, start the little streams' ot Interest your way. Remember big rivers from tiny brook lets grow. Every War Savings Stamp you own starts an .nterest stream flowing your way. A well filled War Savings Certifi cate is a diploma ot team work. It means you and yourself are on good terms and you are both taking care 'of each other and looking out for each other's future. The boy or the girl who adds a Thrift Stamp to his or her card regu larly Is on the path to higher busi ness efficiency and all the desirable things that money brings. Your dimes and quarters have wings. Don't let them fly away. Clip their wings by putting them Into War Savings Stamps and later you will be clipping coupons. AN INVESTMENT WITH NO RISK. In Washington, D. C, 900 War Sav ings societies Ijave been organlied, and the membership Is In excess of 22,000. That stately Treasury liulld Ing, with Its hoards of gold, which Is back ot every security Issued by the United States Government, ahould ap peal no more to the Washington youngsters than the broad and fertile acrea of Missouri, Arkansas and Ken tucky. They, too, are security for Government loans, and every United States Bond will be redeemed with in terest Just as surely as the nation con tinues to exist. Bine song of thrift stamps. Lay aside your coin. For five and twenty W. B. 8. The Savings League to join. When the five yean are ended. Then the interest will sing, "Sm bow money crows and grows. If Mrtng you bectn." r. m. a WEZfV&SKcaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaU UBPC 'HoBB "ILbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbU MHbi'- 'bW'JbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV l BBBBBm . 'f'2ftaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB WbbbbL IA (BBBBBBBBHBtiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV Millions of Miles. The volume of wii . -urfnee Is estimated ti iilc miles. Water, hi- eurth'i H,(IOO cu- "Y," of Courts, liefnre they wen married she thought him a treasure, now flic con lders him n treasury, Edinburgh Scotsman. Uncle Eben. "De amount of lmrryiii" n muu wants to do," said Unite !: i '"' mighty opt to depend on wheili ' '- travelln' nfont or ilrlvln' n hos ' Dickens as an CJItcr. .Charles Dickens ti- r . is'ltir fur u third of n century, lie began with llentley'ii Miscellany In 1VI7 mid was editing All tho Year Hound when be died In 1870. Popular Namcc for Towns. There nre .'11 Franklins given In the latest United State po-tnl guide. Chewier nnil Clinton lire iloe seconds, there being III) towns uiul (Hies by encli of these nniiieK In the United States, Wiikhinutoii utid NeuiMirt (nine next In popularity, each liming 28. To Repair Book Covers. Itenlltlflll books lire generally bound with leather, nnd If they nre In rnntnnt use the ralf or morocco soon becomes worn. To remedy this. Ue equal quiintltlex of white of egg ami water benteti together, upply with a soft liru-ti or piece of llniiiiel, nnd when thoroughly dry polish with a fresh piece of lluiinel. Neat Blarney. "Why does jour horse go m slow?" oskel a tourist one day In the Glen of the Downs, Ireland, of hla driver. "It la out of rlxptctlo Ihe Imyutlful san ery, yer honor he wants ye to see It all. And thin lie's un Indulgent baste, and apprrcluteri gisid coiniuny, an' wants to kniie the like o' ye In ould Ireland a long as he cun." AetaslSsM PAINT LICK Mr. Arthur Stowe of Camden Ohio was n visitor here recently. .Miss Francis Fish was a truest of relatives in Lancaster Sunday. Mrs. Snllie Estridge of Keren, vis ited relatives here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughes of Lancaster were the guests of her par ents Sunday. Miss Chastine Itucker spent Tues day with here sister Mrs. Lucy Conn near Lancaster. Misses Jessie Mae Hiimmncl: and Iva Ledford nre visiting; Mrs. John Anderson and Mr. Taulbce Cornett. Mrs. John Murphy nnd Miss Ma dinc Murphy were the guests of Mrs, Anne Mobcrley for a few days this vcck. Earl Wallace Itiddcll had the mis fortune to break an nrm MonTlny eve ning when lie fell on a puny on vhlcn he wus riding. The scries of Meeting will begin at the Christian church next Sunday evening at 8:30. Every body invited to come nnd take purt in these ser vices. Mr. nntl Mrs. Earnest Moody and little daughter Catheiine of Fort Wayne, ml., nre the guests of hit sitters, Mrs. J. A. Itiddell nnd Mis. D. W. White. Mr. I. 1). Shepherd nnd family have returned from n visit with relatives in Ohio and were accompanied by his nieces, Misses Georgia lleele and Vir ginia Shepherd of Cincinnati. Bird Friends of Gardener, Few people realize the vulue of birds In ketplng garden Insects under con trol. Even the despised English spar row sometimes cuts n worm. I huve watched them for hours, busily chasing mollis which the birds gn nfler with far more energy than they ever display In gathering seeds. Exchange. aged for eight seasons by Nature's way in wooden hogs heads. That's tho truo story of Velvet Judge Velvet with your eyes wide open. It is just the good old honest tobacco that it looks and smells But the mellow, mellow, mellowness the coolness and the comfort of it I Tho taste! Well, a pipeful of Velvet proves more than a page of print Play Ball. Want a mild, tasty cigarette? Roll one with Velvet. -the friendly tobacco POINT LEAVELL. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Hurte arc the proud parents of a baby girl. ' Mirs Lou Archer nnd mother of J Arizona, arc the guests of friends nnd j relatives here. Mr. A. J. Thompson who has been , viritlng friends near Urynntsvillo has returned home. j Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W, Tatem spent Sunday with their daughter, .Mrs. Harrison Coldiron. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hester visited Mr. James Hester and family near I'aint Lick Sunday. Mrs. J, M. Colson and Mrs. Tcvis Hayburn and children spent Monday kvith Mrs. J. M. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Itnyburn nnd children of Richmond visited Mr. anil Mrs. J. M. Colson Sunday night. Mrs. Clarence Mitchell and little daughter Annie Katherinc, have re turned home after u pleasant visit with relatives and friends In liar boursville. Messrs Ernest Rhodus, Letcher Rogers and Ira Hell and Misses Hat tie McQucary, Mary and Allie Hell motored to Crab Orchard Springs und spent u pleasant evening; on last Sunday. A family reunion wus enjoyed at Mr. Jack Hammock's Sunday. Those present were Mr. und Mrs. O, L. llammack nnd children of I'aint Lick und Mr, and Mrs. Eph llammack and children. A nice dinner wus served the three families and a few friends spent n happy day together. Mrs. Mary Hignito who has been very low with Inflamatory Rheuma tism for the past week, died at the home of her son, Mr, Hughey Illg nite Sunday night. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Daird after whlrh her body was laid to rest in the family burying ground Monday eve ning nt five o'clock. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved ones. "May wc meet our loving mother, Where no tears are ever ihcd: Where no sickness ever enters, Where no farewell words nre nld." Cheek by Growl. "Ity taking rein celery rnrli morn ing joii will wash nil mlmi from stomnrh, lenlng II pure nnd sweet, with rosy checks." -Dudley (England) Ilerold. Little Sympathy for HI-i. "Iteiollii' 'bout what ilem soldier men . lit through." said Uncle Elicn. "N no ter make It mighty hard to sym IciIiIzk wlf le limn dut complains 'Isml n little tiling like a hot day." For' the Teaeher. N'ii one Is too young or too old to ho Impressed with the fart that ohedlenco Is the law of life. Show Its rewnrdn iiml Its test of ill?rlplfslilp. When ono wills to obey, he throws lulu gear ma tlilnery the like of which Is not known nnyulirro else on enrth. Submarine Coal Mines. There are ninny submarine eonl do '" lls off tho Ilrltlsh Isles, but so far lliey are not much worked. The tun nels of the mines ut Wlilleliuven ex ici'd some four miles from shore under III" Irlh sen, however, nnd there also is some submarine coal mining at llolnoss near the Firth of Forth und at Monkwcurmuiith In Durham. Fish Eat Other Fish. When a codfish eats It takes an oys ter In Its mouth, cracks the shell, ill gesls the incut und ejects the shell, j Crabs crack the shells of their smaller .neighbors ami suck out the incut, This accounts for the mounds of shells which uro found beneath the waves. And, us further Illustrating the eon slant destruction going on In the ocean's depth, It Is said thai If u ship kinks nt seu It will be eaten by the llsh wllli the exception of Its metal portions. Milton and Italy. How delightful win Italy to Mill, .n I Ills Allegro and l'eiiensi ihow that lie iiiiild fully appreciate both lis mirth iiml Its majesty. He returns not Ihe less tu lite out n rnrcer of lllus. frlmis servlrn III tils nun f..it,.r- where his hrnve heart and phllosophlc iiiiinl were or more nvnll to his time than even his sacred som In mtrs.. Julln Ward Howe. Only Real Riches. There Is no wealth bin f,.; life, In tituling all Us powers of love, Joy and of admiration. That unnitry Is the richest which nourishes the grisliest number of noble mid happy human lot lugs; that man Is richest who, having perfected the functions of liU own life to the inmost, has iiImo the 'widest helpful Imliiemv, holli personal und hy liieaus of his jsissesslous, jer the lives of others. Iluskln. Truth About Cat's Eyes. A rut cull see belter In tdM iln.l. thnn run u human being hecuuse the- rni-x eyes nre sensitive to ultru-vlolet mjs. Us pupils nro rapuhlo of grout, r expansion than those of mini's or f almost uny other unluml, thys nd Jillllng morn light. The cut uses Its Rhlskers for feelers In the dark, lis liire-fooleilness Is a great help to It. So It gels along belter III the dark limn most animals. The belief Hint It Mill SCO by nlgllt Kith Hie same ,(.,. dec of clenrness us by day Is, how- ever erroneous. Ireland Still Medieval. In Ireland we nre still in,.,llvi,l and think that bow i il- i. ....... Important than how to g,.j living. When I was n jniiiig mini If I an nounced Unit I Intended next morning at break of day to shirt com., ..n. terprlse of uinusenienl, or It might be of high duly, the whole fnmlly would get up to see me ff; it If It were mi some mailer ,,f ...,.........i..i I would breakfast In the cure of the enanls. It was thus through Ihe Jhole of l,,i, Hfe-John Butler itats.