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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 2, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914070201_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 2, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $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 GEJNTRAX ,"( REL10JOA, UN1ARNISHED DEMULRAO AND GOOD tillVERNMENl 1I V7 I yjL iJJLJU NUMBER 13. m v: TWFNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 2, 1914. BLACKBERRIES ARE RIPE. STATE FAIR CATALOGUES Blackberries are being marketed this week. - The crop which gave promise of being a bumper, was considerably curtailed by the dry weather, and the berries are not of as fine quality as they would have been had they had a sufficient quantity of rain. IHE CHAUTAUQUA ' igHIE . ,001. One of the handsomest fair catalog- A SUCCESS ' WE ARE HEADQUARTERS lifFl I iiiRn FOR ues ever issued by the Kentucky State Fair is just out and is brim full of in- LARGE AND APPRECIATIVE teresting rings and high class premiums. One will be mailed you upon applicaCROWDS tion to J. L. Dent, Secty, Louisville. Oil Stoves. Make LOOK ODT FOR UNCLE SAM. V YOU NEED A Some miscreant threw a rock through one of the large windows at the post- office on last Thuisday night. Ihis is GOOD COLORED CITIZEN DEAD. Attend Every Meeting. iwiog mactime OR Rake we are agents for the MCormick This machine will pull easier and last longer than any other Machine made To be convinced ask some one that has one, they are made of the best material and braced so as to resist harder usage: We also carry a full line of repairs for machinery. LIVE andLET LIVE FOLKS BROTHERS ( Lancaster, F&!S3fJECS Ky. Ii r Mi Off Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Agent Normal City Laundry. Orders called for and Delivered. Prompt and Efficient Service. Office over Stormes Drug Store. V 9) 1 El i l i D : '& iK ja 1 riv Your Patronage Solicited. E. I PhoneJ. 365. BRYAINT. Ky. No. Lancaster, IE3G The C i m H 3lIG Will be shown DC 3 ir!G World's Greatest Spectacular War Drama 31v Cyrp.pM,ey at OPERA HOUSE. FRIDAY, JULY 3rd., 194. in Five Thrilling Reels. This picture was made by the permission of, and endorsed by the United States Navy and you should not miss it. V ADMISSION lO AIND 20cts 3Z Everybody enjoyed the Chautauqua. erecting silos Many of our progressive farmers 3EEK are SATURDAY A HOLIDAY. Saturday the 4th of July is a holiday. The banks will be closed, the postof-fic- e will observe holiday hours, and The local ice plant is being taxed to it3 full capacity. there will be no delivery over rural & routes, When the farm work grows slack, better dig a well. ON HORSES. Wheat harvest is finished and thresh- i PRD ing is in progress. During'the severe hot days of last week live stuck were great sufferers. Next Saturday is Independence day, Mr. Robert Burnside losta valuable the "Glorious 4th". mare from being overheated, as did Mr Danville has another "scheme" afoot George Garner, the animals being valued at $200. each. for the building of a hotel. Scarcely a street in Lancaster but what a new residence is being erected. qua, marks HARD ON GARDENS. The assurance of an annual Chautaua notable epoch in the forward trend of Lancaster. r v The. severe weather of the past week played havoc with and gardens, and many an early gardener who had visions of "rosen ears" and Farmers say "a dry June and a good ripe tomatoes for his last Sunday dincorn crop", but they add to the maxim ner, saw his vision vanish into thin air. that we must have rain ia July. 4 . The outlook is flattering for a good GOES TO GRAAD JORY. . peach crop, provided the prospects are James Conn who fihotTVilliam Pal not blighted by dry weather, as they mer, botrrjcolored, notice of which ap were last year.- - ' peared in the last issue of the Record, Large shipment of "Palm 'waived his examining trial, and was await held action the Beach" sultsrjust received. jury..to..runner the auje to of uuoui,grand oe ana is Conn is oat on bond. Jas.'W.SmitS. government property and should the Irvine Duerson, one of ihe good upperson guilty of this act be discovered, right colored citizens of the county, hv'-- ' Oil he would be taken before the federal dropped dead at his home at Point court to answer for his misdeed. Leavell Sunday of heart trouble, and his remains were interred in the LanTATE. caster colored cemetery on Monday. "Uncle Sammie" Tate, aged 89 vears, one of the most influential citizens of GAME WARDEN ComPulaski county, died at his home in ACHIEVES SUCCESS. Somerset last Monday, the 22d mst. He had served as sheriff of the county, As a result of the watchfulness of lil and was long a member of the fiscal the game warden of Mercer county two court. He was an elder in the Chris men were convicted and fined $25 each tian church. The deceased was the seining, was father of Mrs. Ben Ham of Hyattsville, for guilty and another offender fined Oil found of dynamiting and this county. ?50. and ten days in jail. The offenses '& were committed in Chaplin river in the REMOVED. western portion of the county, and the OASIS FURTHER Those Lancaster pilgrims who have culprits were tried before county judge bfen accustomed to journey to Nicho-la3vil- D. Lee Currey in Harrodsburg in order to quench their thirst, will be compelled to go on to Lexington GO NEXT INSTEAD A recent in their search for an oasis. circuit court Screen Doors and Lawn Mowers. decision by the Jesamin OF LAST SATURDAY. upholding a "dry" victory in Nicholas-ville- , Mr. W. O. Rigney, who was to go to BANKS CLOSED. has been affirmed by the court of now clos- Liberty to inspect the Chapter of Roya appeals, and the saloons are Next Saturday will be July 4th and Arch Masons at that place on last Sat ed in Nicholasville. uiday, was notified by the Liberty all banks of the city and county will be Remember this Masons not to come until July 3rd. closed on that day. FREAK OF LIGHTNING. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Mr. Rigney will leave here Friday and transact i.ll jour business with During an electrical storm on last morning, taking with him a team of these institutions on Friday. Thursday afternoon lightning struck about a dozen from this place. Several "GRANDPA" ZIMMER. in a wheat field o n the farm of of the number will remain over the Mr. William Smith near Point Leavell, 4th for a days fishing in Green river. Mine Hst Zimmer of the Kengarlan and the fire started by it destroyed is wearing a smile that wo'nt wear off shocks of wheat before it was discover ENFORCE THE STRAY because of the fact that he is now a ed and extinguished. Thf stubble was grand dad. A telegram to his parents very drv and had the fire not been seen ORDINANCE. from Dr. Charles J. Zimmer. who re by Mr. Robert Cox, to whom the wheat We have heard many complaints of sides in Middleport. O , announces the belonged jointly with Mr. Smith, the entire field would have been destroyed. late of stock being allowed to run at arrival of a son and heir at his home Mrs. Zimmer large. Hogs, cows and horses roam on last Sunday night. about town to the annoyance of these and the new arrival are doing nicely TOO BAD. citizens who are endeavoring to main- and Charley hopes to be able to resume The election in the good county of tain pretty lawns, and to the public in his tooth carpentering within a week. Pulaski on last Saturday upon the ques- general. If somn of this stock is imtion of issuing $300,000. in kbonds for pounded and the owners compelled to PERFECT GENTLEMEN. good road purposes, was defeated, the pay the fee?, th?y will doubtless keep overwhelming than them upon their own premises in future. defeat being more While all of the attaches of the Red-pat- h at the election held upon the same Chautauqua were gentlemen in question some months ago. every sense of the word, the Bereau is SEEMS TO BE' We are exceedingly sorry that the indeed fortunate in having for its. good people of this county view this SOMETHING DOING. superintendent and local manager. Mr. matter in the light they do. and we Ira R. Hendrickson, who made friends think they are being misled as to the A representative of the government of every one during his recent stay advantages to be obtained from good was nere last weeK making some in- here, and now since the Chautauqua is roads, and we hope that their eyes may vestigation in regard to the site for to be with us again next year, we trust be eventually opened upon the matter the government building. These peo Ihey may see fit to have him again with and they will issue bonds sufficient to ple move in a mysterious way, and it is us. build new and modern turnpikes impossible to glean any information SATISFIED CUSTOMER throughout the county. MISS. sas tins when she from athem, but their visits usually to our MEADOWS. presage activities toward the erection We approbate it. butcher shop. "I TOLD YOU SO". Mr. John Meadows died at his home of the building, and we need not be She knows that she'll continue to get the surprised to hear of the contract being at Hyattsville at 10:30 o'clock Sunday BEST CUTS we can give her, whether Without wishing to take too much for the erection of our building at night and his remains were taken to porterhouse, sirloin, round or I'anic. We credit unto ourselves, we yet desire to let his old home at Williamsburg Monday an early date. make it a Internets principle to sell the point with pride to the fact that the for interment. Mr. Meadows has been BEST QUALITY of meats anil to give sat- Record was first to suggest having a in failing health for several years, and jy isfaction to ALL at ALL TIMES. We in Chautauqua course in Lancaster. Two DO NOT MOLEST THE for some weeks his death has been vite YOUIt trade. years ago we suggested editorially momentarily expected. His death was would be possible, entirely feasthat it RURAL MAIL BOXES. due to asthma ible and of great benefit to have one of The deceased was 71 yjars of age The boxes erected for the deposit of the Redpath tents come to Lancaster, mail by rural carriers, are the property and was born in Whitley county, comand further stated our belief that there of the patrons of the routes, but at the ing to Garrard about ten years ago. was as mtny literary and music loving same time are under the supervision of His wife who was a sister of Mr. J. C. people in Garrard as in any of our U. S. Postoffice department, and Criscillis, survives him, also four grown MrEfBfrilfMrrgMfE Hi?gMnlMiC0:iMg.flfrgMi5M frUlBirtUsa neighboring counties, who were enjoy- the any molestation of them will be prose" sons, two of whom reside at Hyattsville ing the full benefits of annual visits cuted by the federal authorities There in this county and two in Whitley from the Redpath people. Our suggessi is a heavy penalty attached to shooting county, and three grown daughters, all tion has been carried out and our con into them or otherwise disturbing them. of whom are married and live in tentions have been upheld to the fullest These recepticals are for the exclusive Whitley. extent. No better citizen or cleverer gentleuse of the carrier, to transmit STAMP ED mail to and from the patron owner. man ever came from eastern Kentucky A STITCH IN TIME El Outsiders are not allowed to deposit to make his home in the Bluegrass & Our neighboring town of Danville is anything in these boxes, and it is the than Mr John Meadows, a consistent experiencing an epidemic ot petty uuiy oi me carrier, wnen ne linos any member or tne Baptise church since thieving ranging all the way from the thing in the boxes, for instance circu his early boyhood, he was a conscien In lars, not oearing a stamp, to take up tious, upright christian gentleman, the 51 hen roost to the boss' trousers. pi fact it is said they have purloined the article, make a note of what box like of which we are ever loath to several splendid schemes for the erec he took it from and turn it into the spare. IB1. tion of a new hotel, and the good office from whence he starts, together people are seriously contemplating the with a full report of the matter BIRTHDAY DINNER purchase of a pair of blood hounds to On Thursdsy June the 18th about run down the next thief who invades MR. JAMES W.SMITH TO fifty people gathered at the home of the city. We are close neighbors and are liable Mrs. Rolinda Hill near McCreary this INAUGURATE SALE. county to celebrate the 77th anniversary to receive a visit from the nocturnal prowlers at any time, and it would not Elsewhere in this issue of the Record of Mrs. Hill's birth. This occasion has be amiss to get out and oil up the old will be found the advertisement of a become an annual affair being observed reliable family blunderbuss and see fifteen days sale of certain special lines for near twenty years. The children and. grandchildren of that it is properly loaded and in con- to be inaugurated by Mr. James W. dition to offer a warm reception to Smith, in which are offered some very this noble lady came with filled these prowlers should they make their attractive prices for goods that are baskets and spread a delightful dinner all very much in demand at this season of on the spacious lawn where appearance. the vear. gathered round and feasted on the Mr. Smith during the years he has eood things that Garrard county is T rcYyJC yCpl BEWARE OF THE DOG. v f (7 X X II been in business for himself has suc- noted for. 'w1 In Lexington last week seven persons ceeded in building up one of the nicest Those present were:-M- r. were bitten by a dog, which was after- business in his line in this section of and Mr-.- . John Hill, Mr. and Mrs, ward discovered to have rabies. These Kentucky. He has a splendid stock of Thomps Hill and family. Mrs. Lizzie are not "Dog days", but it has been all new and goods from Walker and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Is what you will get in a discovered by scientists that animals which to choose: and what cannot be Jesse Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs. E IB may be afflicted with hydrophobia other obtained at his place, it is not worth Walter Bradshaw ani family, Mr. and the year than the proverbial while to seek for elsewhere. times of Mrs. Stephen Hill, Mr. W. R. Beaslty "dog days" of Acgust. The severe Mr. Smith is a Lancaster boy, born and family, Mr and Mrs, Elvader 31 heat which has been experienced the and raised here, and he tells us he ex- Tudor and family of Richmond, Ky., last week is conducive to this malady pects to remain here, and the fact that Mrs A F. Senders and daughter Stella la! among dogs, and the utmost caution he is at this time erecting a handsome of Lancaster, Mr James Prather, of should be exercised toward them. The residence on Richmond avenue, attests Lancaster" Rev J W. Beagle and house dog and playfellow pf the child- to the truth of this statement. daughter Mabel if Lancaster, Mrs. W. ren should be looked upon with suspicion, It is Mr. Smith's custom at some H, Waddel of Pomer-set- , Ky., Mrs Compare my prices and quality with others. and extreme care should be exercised timejdaring each year to inaugurate "L'ge Bradshaw and children ot Buckeye, about allowing the children to play some kind of a plan for the benefit of Mrs. Bradshaw, and Mrs. Bogie of with their pet dogs, while stray curs his customers, something which will Buckeve. 9 ' IE should be avoided. Incidentally, it prove vastly to their advantage, and in tne most en- ine aay was would Ee a good time to enforce the his plan this time has taken the shape jbyable way and in the afternoon all dog law and do away with a lot of the of a sale during which time he'propo3"es ' lyft tor thVir many homes wNhiog this worthless and troublesome curs which to divide his profits with his friends and grand 'old j' many tiappy returns ot infests the town. customers. this deTightfu! !av. le Lancaster people most assuredly enjoyed to the fullest extent the Chau tauqua course held here last week. It was an innovation to them, and one of which they were not slow to show their appreciation. They attended liberally, the crowd increased in volume with each number, ank every cne appeared to enjoy the attractions to the fullest extent. We are assured that it will not only return next year, but the enthusiasm exhibited points strongly to its becoming an annual affair. It is customary toward the close of the engagement for the management to begin taking the sense of the people as to whether or not they wish a return enfollowing season. gagement the Scarcely had this call gone forth, when sixtj seven names were signed to the guarantee, two hundred and seventy five season tickets were sold, and we honestly believe that had it been necessary at least a3 many more, both signers and ticket subscribers, could have been secured. Thus do we show our appreciation of that whichis good. SSSSj An Your Kitchen - IBI Wfm wm h Stove Will fortable P Do,, Stove Ranges&Glass Door Ovens Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Boxes, Water Coolers. !iJE rffl a ;;i-n- e Last Steak Was Fine! Davidson & Doty. s I I Great Summer I i! BARGAINS I v xxjy 43: y ' 1 1 BUGGY, WAGON OR I HARNESS -- $p-n- c - L. q V Page 2 The Central Recorci, Thursday July 2, 1914. V t f?fjvu..Ufi-ln'- j. jj H in,..'.i'inip,"vrvr'-- ic ''.i.m:ii..';;jjM.l'-'jj.CT,-affriiS."..- u ,"..M wrrgTTr2rayriMv TTTTTT1 II n!i'ui.iii'iii.piip'ini s k i? S53?!" is a m M aSkSc Kt Ka K &ap fcl H & W v r., - -- i. V. & Ak &$ & o ei & w -- s jCU, idisw . . j v- - gpaj-iMO- ST " g, II SS 35 i rafefect dkc-- isl n e M sv.a. IT-? sBSa f Kl w .i.l i , S . taSssspxi r.i.-.aT- J ocisq 'saaL( FT U,flSSt3.fl qgtogsa w ML-5S fl m a CQTfKSGjv j?j U 3 R BTti ft nfiflnasaa c&fla T" H 1 s y srxja PJ--- ti sajpt i j?6a y? t? i .3 i ssK&w 1 TK nix r?si zs&Aii ss&D at !$& jV "BTHfl h ft AS r '' .If yrmgn- i: i jil 1 yassK SS82 si " w-,a-- i b 9" V-- LANCASTER, KEMTUCkY. 858 -- taSK 8" yrsSB&ai "St?- SA R - VW. ." SS3SK3 33 iM 'Ja 3S Ks K. M p h " 3 id By the Greatest: Crovd of Bargain Hunters Ever Seen in the Dry Goods and Clothing History of Lancaster, rrrTWi-T- V tt M"W ra. ? li tdXJTCLiirrtX'ncrvu.TnTzA:x'-- : jaceag: ' SS w-C3L3I3L- !,".'ISa,p38,,, S.' . ici.LL vtisinu , 2owJi' affl. 'jW. - GREAT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE. ar 'iT Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ready-to-weof R. H. Batson's Mammoth Stock of High-Grad- e Furnishings, Hats, Caps, etc. Everything Must Postively Be Sold in 16 Days. Gf: $X, . Garments ilk W fe iBas vzs&y And think what this scle means to you. Eight uoy In ilie season when eyery merchant is and should, reap a profit, we are selling at less than wholesale cost of production. The Sale has now started. Everr day a bargain day. A money saving opportunity that comes but once in a life time. Gome to our store and look around. To the first 50 Ladies buying Three Dollars worth of any kind of Merchandise on Saturday, July 4th vill receive absolutely Free, a Beautiful Dress Length. n i TT n Ml A B JLsJ' xm Qut-of-Town A kb-- J? f tin' I o:iiltion Ot Till. JL H KEilT u CZ Y, srr3Z32SSS3ASSiXwuiS3SrodsaBaH) 3 c- Railroad Fare Paid To , Purchasers. ;S3S3I2Z?i25SSES3T5Srj Ut'iMirl ol" ZZiJ: SB". L'ZJjZiSi irfa. -- ZSiUSfsr-iri7i2.CiiiiSjr. 'MS'ju-- Equals A C 22SS SSK3K2E2aB3 a 10 L'lfK.lSJUKUNVH.S K. I I H L startline staletncn but a true ore in Jhis case. Or.c icaspooniul of ir.edicine and two pounds of f Write fori f r.a! packryrc STOCIv VUUI UVVII UIUUIIU ittu uuai nyuui iwiio tuuai, of IkeH-- MEDICINE.4 rOULTUV jii what they do for your animals and fow !s( 1 o n! o our 2 page, lliuslra-li- d stock or poultry tonic hook, fuliir cDlauiin2 noands of any ready-ma' price j cen:; . i ncre vou are i 11 vou aon i t "" " bihe.-- it, try it cut! Bu , today, a can of i BwDcc stock Medicine s ft de e 1 1 Ul4a Circes feed sS TVftAbto toni: STOCK & POULTRY medicine 'likes it brrr 23c, ocuroc conip:ny. Tenn. At your dealer's. Si. PT can. iZJizissz7iziiyrA::.x talent labeled "Art Objects." Co & "Well, I Fiippose Art does object and Gar rar'd I can't blame her but, there doesn't Mis Ztiia Navlor visitrd aliss Guasie .it L.iruMur seem to bo any help for it," he finally Hank dnia (omit oXG'irr.ird. it ol Kin iifUv, Dyehouse Sundav. said. ON Till. AT Till. O.O-- h OV lil -- ll--: Mi is Carrie Navlor is vbitinpc 3IiS3 20th. day of June, 1914. .'oiii se Kicbanlson. Judging by App:ar?nces. Mm Geitie Adams visited Miss Ella Jane and John ioie auto riding and Jane atLed to run the car. Her gallihiiikenship Sunday. ! ... $ U. 70 !) -lant reluct"!)!? criuifsceil. and his Owrdriitt- - toured una iri- II ti h1i v: ureil iliss Zula Navlor has been the suest' fears1 goon Materialized, for this is Dinei from r..iu!.i . ra li.i;v "; Payne. of Mrs. J. ( ush fill hiril . .. I In. Hi v hat she s. id "Oh.' Johuny, take it CliirK-i- , iitht ottitr cash iriii Ui quick! Heio conies a ditch!" lluu-Misb Ruby Cress is visiting Mrs. T. Inrnltiirt'iiii'l lliiikiusr l.;.M4i t ti Htnies t j W. Jores at Stanford. uot Included mirier Othir art Dorn to the wife, of Mr. .Jeff Stigall pound boy. tlo Relief. The cynical person was standing in front of a part of an exhibition of local sr S33&&fc2tft: "V"3rTfct Sank -i -t Trust ; j I a i Ele D a 3? rizi cLiOc&'Cl "I OF E. -- m n rr 3n r I i o sal lain T-?'"- - e. i ., I -- weive Keasofls Why Yon lioiild Buy Your roceries of Us Jfo. 5. BECAUSE Lonost bargains. vq always carry ! fr- - I We moke it a Lu-inc- ss policy to buy certain articles regularly in large quantities. Then, tre take a very small profit. - -j ' Total Peculiar Winged Creatures. I IXIIILlTlKs. In Iiorneo winged creatures are enMr and Mrs J. M. Crtss and family j countered where one would least ex- Capital- ntnek jmIiI In. m cu-- li t Kl.tKC HI " iirpiut.U0 were visiting at Urodhetd last week. ! pect them. Flying f.sh. the size of LmtUInVtlrnml Trotits. je- - extittut utiil - srj H herrings, are found in all the waters, iKjio-il- tax ii.iltl Mrs. IJottie Arclier and children of ' and there is the flyi'is fo'. the torl'ecL $ ".I'I n Il.I.'S Ts lime Ilejiutit are visiting her mother. Mrs. B. j br.t, which tho MaBills I'ajnblu . . .. Foley. lays call "kruans." $ IK! -i s.' Totll Sirs. Mannda H!ankcn-,hiand sou Stale of Kbiitnekt. founty of Grrrunl. j William, visited Mr. V. P. L'dankenship I V. Klmore ITi We.U K. VeKnliiiM ami Vsrm Clothing Needed In China. uont hihI C'rthlt.r of the aloe ran)tl Hank . Sunday. Tho Chinese houses are very cold, do oli'innls near that this nUite .t.itriiunt and the natives aie usually very warm-- ' - true to tne i'et of our ktionltilKeand l lief j II. K JIcKobertt. Tresidenf ! ly clad in a number of outer and under Cured of Indirjeslicn. J. W. Elmore. Ca"h!er. j garments The use of w coleu and cot--I feitlicribed and snorii to hefoie me tliN Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana. Pa , ton mixtures for the Chinese stjle of iH of June l.'ll Will Hopper. N"otar was bothered with indigestion. "My j dress has continued for years and ha3 slou csjnn- - ihtitary 1", l'lihllc. My coninil 1U11. created an established market. stomach pained me niRht and day," I riirrcToi s; W. II. Ilrown, V. A. I.e ir. V. K. JUrk.hiirv she writes. "I would feel bloated and have headache and belching after eat- Severe Altsck of Colic Cured. inrr I also sulTc;red f 10m constination. Ifeiiort ol" the Comlitiuii My daughter had used Chamberlain's E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia or ti:i: Tablets and they did Ler so much good and other Southern States, was taken gave me a few doses of them suddenly and severely ill with colic, that she Of Bunk Hryjuitsville y and insisted upon my trying them. At the first btoie became to the helped me as nothing else has chant recommended Chambeilain's e at iouto of Bryuiir-tlll1oIiir done." For bale by all dealer. Colic, Cholei a and Diarrhoea Remedy. County of irrard. State of Kentucky, Two doses of it cured him. Nooneshould AT T1IK (JLOSK OK III'MNKn-- j OX THE leave home on a journey without a $)!) v'hX bottle of his tirenaration. For sale bv 20th ilay of June 1914. all dealers. i:.- There will be preaching at the Baptist church here Saturday Mid Sunday. imy of nboic IitnU . ..... i.r.i; Just received, ,'S l j -- well-know- t nl-jtet '.'" iruit-catin- s i Two Cars of Brick. TV0 cars of Sand, Two cars of rough Lumber. Two cars of Cement and Lime. Three Cars of Flooring, Ceiling, etc. p -- I -- -- . j!! y M -- When we ba5T in this quantity, our prices are bound to ulease. i : k K HI m d.mi'-- : nisDiior, Paint Lick, Kentucky v i 3 84? j mr 1 -yjHnr a ii.irrrrir-.- !2i'afu.i.vy ill" pn pu re tk.tii. r MRS.!mil i i rJ i - scis r h s-- - e?j I S ri6EM mer-The- t 1iu-I- i e, l E. G. Hammack bought Solon Blacks place for 300. Solon Black- - bought a farm from Lee . HA.MMfi.CK Mr. Willie Ball motored out i Balls Grocei. cr .k, Gastineau for $7G0. W. H. Furr sold 7 lambs to Woods for 7 cents a pound. .Sf. rrti IS PREVALENT. We are agents for Halls Horj Cholera Remedy, Snoddys Hog Cholera Remeny Economy Hog Cholera Remedy. McRoberts Drug Store. his parents Saturday, Mr. Henry Conn and family visited E, '' ' Mr. and Mrs. Ciias Dillon last week. Mra T1 CI U'lmm'ifl-'mnit- o n flfinr Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoskins arerejoic- business trip to IZichmund Wednesday, ing over the arrival of a daughter. i I.Irs. Mary Hammack has retumed Dave waiter nas soiu out nw crop ol ' from paint Lick where she has been coin and tobacco to Mr. Milchel for. visiting her children. $25. Miss Mary and Oscar Beazley of . j Mis3 Celia Pointer who has been sick Bryantsville visited their sister Miss for several waeks is reported to be very Nellie Beazley last week. 'ow-- Miss Maggie Ball entertained a num- Mrs. L. W. McQuerry who was very ' her of her young friends Saturday eve-- , sick last week is reported to be much ning in honor of her guest Miss Mary Bryantsville. better. j Beazley-o' There is a, scarcity of farm hands and Born, to the wife of Mr Lou Mc-- a constant demand for labor in Querry, a boy, the mother is very low, this section. There is no excuse for and thb baby passed away. The parents idleness here. have the sympathy of the community. 1-' I f .. flails and liUoount. Overdrafts fiecureil and uui'Ciirtd IMie from Hanks to see Cash on hand Hanking Iloue. Furniture and $ I'l.sn s; t.it s 4..M1 $ ilxtiires to. - . . Total LIAIlII.ITlhS. Ctpltal Stocjc paid in. In cash "MirplUH I'uuds ....... UtulUlricd 1'rollls. N'.siijH.Ii- es aiul taxes p4itt Deposit .abject to cheek $.'.liy 5' Hem imlccrtlticttes of -- "..' Sis.ooo m I.7WU0 St 20 Deposit 00 . Bills Payable ... :i.s.T) .v 9,.'K w) J. !. Williams, Cashier. Subscribed and 8U orn to before me thi3 J3th day of June tall. J. Hognn Ballard. Notary Public. MyCommisslon expires Feb29, IU18. B. P. Swopc, to Total- J STTH OF KKXTI'CKY. ) SCT" V OF COUXl vniiAKU We C C. Becker. President and J. C. William;, Cashierof the abou named Kant do solemnly swe.r that the abme statement Is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. C. Becker, President. EVERY FARMER .SHOULD HAVE A SILQ The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and ,16 feet in diameter, WeJnave had many experienany height. ces in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. directors; J. II. Boner, Noah Marsee, Jr PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. . &Viita ,thstet$i ti&'. y z.th&ifig.i Tne Central Record, Thursaay July 2 1914. N Page 3 iH iH jH mK' A H bh Some of the finest Farming Land in West Texas is now being placed on the market by 4 Ws of Knox-City, Wt v H5 ! Ui small tracts, one of the finest Ranches in Texas, 1 which 1 Knox County, Texas. I have just cut up and into will offer at low prices and on easy terms. Sub-Divid- ed y, 99 per cent of this land isfine Agricultural land. About 000 acres of it now being in cultivation on which is growing Wheat, Oafs, Corn, Maize, Sorghm and other feed crops. This land is all well located, beingclose to Schools and Churches, begins in about two miles of Knox-Citand runs North West; the futherest out being about five miles from town. Part of the Raw Land has Mesquite Timber on it. enough for wood and posts. Plenty of fine water to be had at a depth of from 45 to 60 feet. Some of this land will grow Alfalfa, it being Valley land, but never overflows. this land, was present and saw each tract surveyed out. Ask him about it, he is now in Garrard County representing me and will take pleasure in telling you about this beautiful country. Our other agent Mr. B. Seal is familiar with the country d and will tell you facts about it. ASK THEM. TERMS Cash, balance 0 years at 8 per cent. Mr Henry Hutchinson, recently of Garrard County, has been all over One-thir1 0 S IWWl II UU S3 W Da H'?il cv tvr3 0 ILI $ u! iffl vi4r i i fl IRfll EPC! hF Ml R3 m B i1 Emh I5b6? & IS EW M Si 1 116 I 1 55-- a 3s S R5S3?3?J 1 ra iWC i&o 3 r iTM t8 HEiNRY HUTCHEINSOIN, Agent. Lancaster, Ky i S. SEAL,, Agent. Lancaster, Ky, Headache and Nervousness Cured. GARRARD COUNTY TEACHERS AND WHERE THEY WILL .. THEY ALL.DEI'IAND IT -- -y SL W: hM T Bang! ; ! TEACH During 1914-1- 5 School Year. Another WHEN road Blowout ! yon have a blowout on or your engine goes wrong or something else gets out of gear we are at your service. We tow "dead" cars home or we epalr them ou the spot. If you can reach us with your own power we guarantee to locate the trouble at once and fix It right at least cost to you. Following is a list of the teachers of Garrard county and where they will teach during the 1914-1- 5 school No. 1. Educational Division. Miss Virgie Carter, Pleasant Hill School house. Miss Jennie Dickerson, Antioch. Miss Mamie Dickerson, Assistant Antioch. Miss Ida Hurt. Sycamore Valley. Miss Ocie Dudderar, Beazley School. Miss Lizzie Bettis, Herring School. Miss Gusta Hammonds, Beechwood. Mr. J. A. Arnold, West Point. Mrs. J. A. Arnold, Assistant West Point. Miss Maitha Kavanaugh, Mason. Bryantsville, No. 2. Educational Disvear:-Lancast- trict. Bryantsville. Hickman. Prof. Isaac Hacker, Buena Vista. Mrs. Isaac Hacker, primary Buena Vista. Miss Myrtle Ruble, Intermediate Buena Vista. Miss Ora Kogers, Intermediate Buena Vista. Miss Bettie Scott, Bourne. Miss Dora Douglass, Locust Grove. Miss Nora Moore, Sunnyside. Miss Margaret O'Hearn. Rice Academy. Miss Sophia Barke. Bright's Bend. Educational District No. 3. Miss Mary Barr, Walkers School house. Mr. Benjamin Sipple, Buckeye. Miss Brunette Arnold, Nina. Miss Emma Sowers, primary Nina. Mr. B. F. Evans, Scotts Fork. Miss Sue Higgins, Gunns Chapel. Miss Lennie Hoilan, assistant Gunns Chapel. Miss Emma Holtzclaw Bradshaw's. Miss Viola Creech, Bcechgrove. Mr. D. F. Sebastian, Teatersville. Paint Lick No. 4. Educational District. Miss Anna Hawley, Bethel. Mr. E. E. Estridge, Cartefsville. Miss Nellie Scott, Whitehall. Mr. f L. Baird. Union. Miss Phoebe Sears, Baker's School. Miss Lula McWhorter. Manse. Miss Beulah Cotton, assistant Manse. Miss Fannie Do.vden, Stony Point. Miss Parrie Clark, Lawson's School house. Mr. William Smith, ' Wood View. Miss Rosa Howard, Hulett School Prof. G. L. Waterbury, Paint Lick. Miss Minnie Johnson, Grade teacher Paint Lick. Miss Jeannette Estridge, Grade teacher Paint Lick. Miss Ada Rich, Grade teacher Paint Lick. The teachers for the schools at Harmon's Lick and Copper Creek have not yet been chosen. Miss Elizabeth Bryant, Miss Lucretia Skinner, This garage is at your service at all hours for quick repairing. Just phone. You will receive Drompt and efficient attention. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. 0 m (&fYX0) Tf fS(0X0K l)SH(0X0Xe)C0XvBS m I m W A zf2Qv W4 y WbLe&a EFTa-sr- bl116 sraassfc. SKSjJ E 7J5asrK:2H arasjBi? :: M W in JUti JEj JEIS9 "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled to all the praise I can give them," Lancaster Like Every City and Town in writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, the Union, Receives It. N. Y. They have cured me of headache and nervousness and restored me People with kidney ills want to be to my normal health." For sale by all cured. When one suffers the toitures dealers. of an aching back, relief is eagerly . . sought for. There are many remedies COY today that relieve, but not permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought Dock Osborne is on the sick list. lasting results to thousands. Here is Mr. Coy Sanders is suffering very proof of merit from this vicinity. much with his back. Mr3. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St., Mrs. Thomas Tapp spent a few days Stantord, Kv., says: "My kidneys have in Jesamine last week. long been troublesome and irregular in Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston were in their work. My back ached constantly Nicholasville last Tuesday. and sometime was so lame I could not Mr. Coy Sande.s had the misfortune bend over without great effort. After to lose a horse. He bought another one using Doan's Kidney Pills, my kidneys became normal, and the backache left. for $130. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks and familv Doan's Kidney Pills tuned up my system were the guests Sunday of Mr. and and I have since been enjoying good health," Mrs. Lige McMillan. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Mrs. Beatrice Johnson and little daughter Annie Camble is spending the simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that week with her mother. Co., Mrs. Hubble had. Foster-Milbur- n The little 15 months old son of Mr. j Props., Buffalo, N. Y. and Mrs. Sherman Osborne was laid to ' rest at the Scotts Fork cemetery June HUCKKYK. 25. Much sympathy is extended to the bereaved parents. Miss Ruth Ray attended Institute' and Chautauqua last week. Mrs. J. W. Brown entertained Mr. HOW TO BEAUTIFY THE and Mrs. L. B. Rav and little son at dinner Monday. HAIR. A bunch of twenty spent a very A Simple and Inexpensive Home Method. pleasant day at the home of Miss Bar-- I bara Gulley, Sunday, it your hair is not pretty: it it is,j Mrs. Permelia Bogie also Mr. Smiley losing its color, too dry, matted, falling Hill of this place, are spending the out or if the scalp itches and burns, week in Mercer county. you can overcome all of these conditions by using Parisian Sage, which supplies h"ter have returned from a trip t0 d every hair need. It soaks right in to okIahoma, They report a fine v;sit. the hair roots, stimulating them and i Mr- - nd ,Irs; M,c,h1 Rav "re J1"" furnishing the nourishments that is L. B. Ray tertaming neededforthehairto grow not only and attractive little, son. Horace, of long and heavy, but fluffy, soft lustrous Paraguld Ark- - thls week- j and gloriously radiant Mr- - and Mrs- - Ry Sanders entertain-nensivYou can get a bottle of this inex-- ! vpt deliVhtfnl and helnful hair led Misses Christine and Minnie Sanders tonic from R. E. McRoberts or at any of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Jamie drug store. Improvement begins with Sanders of Hyattsville Sunday. Besides the verv first application. stopping the scalp irritation it removes HER FRIENDS every bit of dandruff. The use of this NOW unequaled hair tonic will surely give your hair new life and beauty. J I j j I e. International Harveste Manure Spreaders li I: TLelHCLlne GRAIN AND HAT MACHINES Reaper Haiders. Mowen RaliM, Suckers Hay Loaders Hay PrcMti CORN MACHINES Kfllrf. Eeuilace Cstters Skellera. SkruHen TILLAGE Plaatcn, Picker Bladen, Cilliratort An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wido lugs, insuring good traction unrims and der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strong, square and International manure spreaders are bnilt in several styles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of thelocal dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells thein, and we will send you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointe- nure spreaders have a score of good features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. TNTERNATIONAL Harvester ma- - Pec Sprinf-Toe-t- ud Disk Hunn OJ Tractors ftUaixe Spreader Creaa Separator CmltiTators GENERAL LINE 03 and Cas F"ginf Hotor Tracks Toreskers Grain Drills Feed Griader Katie Grinders BtadcrTwiie Fans Ytt;ou fffrS International Harvester Company of America New Albany Cnampioa Deeriag - J! ilncoroorileU Ind. Mflwaolta m sfcCoraick Osborne 1 PIuo Tl ,i, JlJIfonsDruik-JltVomansDiuk-$verjho- dij'$ w--r- . : -- 3?i !& J)rink '," T SV KZ'- -f ". ".? ..?$ .' HARDLY KNOW HER .v &mmr mys--"J38r:.-:v- M irsi--zzr4- :. : JM1KNA VISTA But av .;'fS5S;-':--v-?r .- - i Is n When .0 Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our 3 0. I n prices are reasonable. i s r 1 Central J! 135-1- 38 Motor. Car Co. South Limestone. 4 1 Lexington, .(')(B"'$? - Kentucky. "& G3i&X Mrs. J. E. Scott is on the sick list this week. Miss Lucretia Skinner is visiting friends in Paint Lick. Miss Christima Asher of Paint Lick is the guest of relatives. Master Stephen Ison visited in Lexington Thursday and Friday. the Several from here attended Chautauqua in Lancaster last week. Mrs. Leslie Bowers of Maryland left Monday to visit in Lexington, after a short visit here. Miss Margaret Hackley of Georgetown has been the guest of her niece Mrs. G. H. Lane. Mr. Philip McConn of Lexington has been a recent guest of his sister Mrs. H. S. Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Lane and Miss Bertie Lane, of Lsxington, visited Best Diarrhoea Remedy. relatives here last week. If you have ever U3ed Chamberlain's1, Miss Grace Ison. of Asbury College ia Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy spending part of her vacation with her you know that it is a success. Sam F. grand-fathe- r, Mr S. N. Ison. Guin, Whatley, Ala,, writes, "I had Miss Alyce Mabel Scott' has been measles and got caught out in the rain, and it settled in my stomach and elected as teacher in the Mercer county bowels. I had an awful-timand had Schools for 'another year beginning it not been 'for Chamberlain's Colic, July 6th. Cholera and Diarrhoea-RemedRev. C. C. Brown, of Louisville asI could not possibly have lived but a few hours sisted by Rev. J. R. Smith, of Lancaslonger, but thanks to this remedy, I am ter the pastor of the Presbyterian now well and strong." For sale by all church here are conducting a series of meetings. dealers. e, y 1-- m '.- This Docs Not Bother Mrs. Burton, Under the Circumstances. mjiiawr .' "'' ? Houston, Texas. In an interesting letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton writes as follows : "I think it is my duty to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do me any good. I lingered along for three or four months, and for three weeks, J was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic. I have taken two bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Friends hardly know me, I am so well." If you suffer from any of the ailments so common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. Begin taking Cardui-to-day- . It is purely vegetable, its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural way on the weakened womanly constitution. You tun no risk in trying Cardui. It has been helping weak women back to health and strength for more than 50 years. It will help you. At all dealers. -- .: .& Jisgzzzz--- j- - ,. '. f i. VUgfe' - .'' ' and keenly-delicious- igorously good . Thirst -- quenching and refreshing. The national beverage ' and yours. Demand iLe genuine by foil name-Niclnaencourage substitution. THE Whenerex you ee an COCA-COL- A COMPANY Atlanta., Ctn, Advisory Write to: Outunooga Medicine Co., laHn' Dcpt.. Chatunooca. Tenn.. for Special Home book, hulnictiont on your case and treatment for Women," seat la plala wrapper. E69-B Anow think of Coca-Col- a. F Page 4 Tft& Central Record, Thursday July 2, 1914. f i itiC i& fc3 Htv c Jkuht k 2 &$ ifi fS H II Si ;, Im It fHI iw4 SS Ha a SJtSR m Mil KrJ rX9 .ti er., E9B t7l?fiS!w R&WMii & - W ,J V .J&ft&IV. iS&g l C3 NJVJr $&m? "sur r 4W WW E&aa yi& w .m !X4 T- 3h3 i iSrli Tirji5H jg Every Suit tf yrtyyy i IP J m e&iiW da l.t!31i 7: .- WJc'sW y 1 UOmw j L?1 CJ "S?rrc2e"c;,."!3i3rss75jry,rss5rsr z: inrriSiSS"r2:iiie'asicer,'i3SS2sai' :.irjKaiE:;?irx2 f"5' We do not advertise every year that we are going out of business and then not go, because we want the public to have absolute confidence in what we advertise, and we certainly can not merit that confidence unless we live up to every letter of our advertisement. We therefore do not claim that we are going out of busi ness, but we are going to cut the prices on every Man and Boys Suits in the store, for the next 15 da3s. I hlS is done in order to reduce our stock and make ready for the large Fall stock which we have purchased. 5L S3 111 W? sr ft'3 -- & JLtf p& 5 ispSOJl TH.srJX i fM Jii.VH '.gS a 6 YW jCSXv C.n5iW 5iKK i.w" is2233c nnyi r fcS .'. iert iH ZSZZ. 23 - -- ,. .".fcjeiar n IBP4 3s n; e .S3 hss3?' a,-- . V vy A lJLJi cssa B ng a .. i ""TS 5M1 M n EL &i SoMKl frefcC3K(3r37IZi33Ke&EilJJ3 See Prices Below For New. Stylish, This Seasons Clothing and Shoes, h Men's fine Suits Yen's fine Suits y Men't, fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits i i v. orth 0, sale price worth $20., sale price worth S18., sale price wortli 17.50, sale nrice worth 16.5", sale price $2-'.5- ?16.75 $1-1.7- $1375 ?13.25 $12.75 Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits worth i5.l( sale price worth $12.50, sale price worth $10.00, sale price worth $8.50, sale price worth $7.50. sale price $3.75 3.25 .75 $1 1.75 , $9.75 $7.75 $6.25. $5.75 Boy's Knee Suits worth $10.f0, sale price Boy's Knee Suits worth 8 50, sale price Biys Knee Suits worth 750, sale price Bov's Knee Suits worth 6.50, sale price Boy's Knee Suits worth 5 00. sale price $2.75 2.25 1.75 1.50 1.25 1 $7.75 56.50 No Cut Will be j J ....$5.75 , $4.75 S3.75 made on any Palm . . eacn b4lW K3 S Cut Prices on all 1 1 Low Shoes for Men ii Women & Children Mpn s low Mens low Men's low Men's low Men's low Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes worth worth worth worth worth 5.00, 4.00: 3.50; 3.00: -- .50: sale sale sale sale sale price price price price price - 1.25 1.75 Ladies low Ladies low Ladies low Lidies low Ladies low Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes worth worth worth worth worth 3.50: 3."0: 2,50; 2.00; 1.75; sale price sale price sale price sale price sale price j Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes worth ""; sale prire worth 3.5"; sale price worth 3.00; sale price worth - 50; sale price worth 2.00: sale price 1 S3.25 2.75 2.25 1.75 1.50 Come early and be among the first to take advantage of.these low prices which last only 5 days. Examine the New Stylish Clothing and Shoes and determine yourself whether you are getting a bargain. The store with new this seaup-to-da- te 1 (fV 4w k T Q Jr tfcli' son's goods. " Sfc,t!.i;1L (Pira"--- C35J?gSSnSTJi.y.'J:La:XtM HOUSE OF PLAGUE i LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Smith L, I OUA ; TY The Store that al- -' ways does exactly what it advertises. fOfSiv T t0 K an1 tnke t,,elTU l)Ut wo :," a,!uits OFFICIAL FLY TRAP MAKER.' ENJOYING GOOD HEALTH. and children alike, enjoy the Cbautau- qua. there is somi'thinjj; there for each IKCORPORATKD. The health thioughout the county One of the most ingenious fly traps S1.0U a yea;:. and every one of us tP enjoy. Nor doe:. was never better than at present, tho that ever came under our notice, is the Issi'ed Weekly. MARES ITS APPEARANCE the enjoyment cease with the end oT j one would not think it to read the daily one made by Mr John Moss of this the attraction, the memory remains IN NEW ORLEANS IN THICKLY papers. From tv. o to live deaths ap- city. The fly has ever opportunity in r ROBINSON. Editor. J. with us, the instruction which it tfives pear under a Lancaster date line every the world to get in and absolutely no Settled French Market District. 1. L.. cLKIN. Business Manager. ' is leep seated, and beneficial alike to! d tv, when in point of fact, the death chance to get out, It catches them ! young and old. We are dolijihted to DWce in !jneter. Ky- r:ltu is malier ,lele t!la" in years. ternl at the "a coming and a "gwine". Mr. Moss Two eases of Itubonic Plague have I know 6cccmit-01that we are to have this .splendid Mall Mutter. charges a very small sum for thete been discovered in New Orleans, and attraction as-aannual aiFair. traps and we ask any one that wishes :vo,v possible; TEACHERS INSTITUTE death has lesulted. i -- nher Kentucky Press Association to get rid of a few thousand flies, to precaution is being taken to prevent Political writeis, especially arr.und j and call on ih'. Moss at once. the spread of this most dreaded of all i HELD LAST the national capitol, in the absence of Cishth District Publishers League. "straight kooJs" often resort to specu-- I diseases. The c.us were discovered in , .OPENING OF SCHOOLS A Grest Success. lation, and under the caption of "they the headquarters of the Volunteer of Lancaster, Ky., July 2, 1914. America, and for six blocks in 4very The Garrard county Teachers Instisay", often say some very interesting OF COUNTY DELAYED direction from this pjint armed guaido 1 t ,, thing-i- , oftentimes predicting what at I h in session in Lancaster are maintaining- a quarantine. New ,Mt lhl? ln03t meeesi. Will Not Open Until First Licnday In Rales For Political Announcements the time seems prepcsterous.bat never- - ork has quarantined against all vessels fu, week wa3 onJ of the-le- s ever hMf and wa dou,,,y pnj,iflc j eventually comes to pass. tr. sailing from New Orleans and aln of boelU to For Precinct ami Citv Offices ...5 5.')0 Their August. Ul0e wh(J atten(e(J be. latest dope is that President '"or County Ollices 10.00 Wilson is iiuiii aanuKJ v.uua. wuitp uie urease cause of the fact thftt the ChautBUqlia tired of his job and will hot also said to exist. Uat fleas are said ,,..,t. ;'.- - ;,. ., ,i,.. For State and District Offices 15.00 be a r biiv. candidate to succeed himself, and is tir ill K.zrjii, dun biv; 1111.4.1110 jl .i,.. County Superintendent Miss Higgins e uie ciuisi: ur in:.--, disease aim a i .,,. .10 the wiser for Calls, per line. fmm Frn1.-fnr- t that ...r(. ,VHii arron..,i P , ' hav ,.,.;Vh.1 of them are saying that in 10 war of extermination has started in enab!e tho teachc to llttenil both tha the Scho0, !300K Commission 10 For (.lards, per li.ie the event this prediction should prove j has not as f for all publications in the inter; """"a "'" --- "insmuie anu tne onnuiauqua. true that Senator Ollie James is -- ...ng i X Yet been ab!e to agre0 upon the books haS al'- est of individuals or enpres- Prof- - Euba!,1 of Lex.ngtou was slat- - 1(, be used in the mUie scIlooIs to be the strongest contender for' the j Tel?!?-.-?1 "'f1""11 iatiaR in stamping ed to conduct the Institute, but be- -j the coming school to of iiKiiViuual views, per idemociatic nomination to succeed to propriated term, and in conse- - ' out the plague, and the stale uthorities cause of the illness of his wife was nmnpo flu. uflirwilu nF tli-10i the presidency. i.fn,,fi ...III I C ' . . will be reinforced in their efforts bv :ill , .,....,,.. ,,f,.,i . 4? , ( bituarie.s, per Jme U5! All of which is speculation pure uimuij,, ...,.i ... . iw.. Hum .....;.,.. ..iiu euf P...f not UI1U ttl0 lirst Monday in the aid that th federal government . Ligon Principal of the Lexington Pub-- ) Au simple, save the latter part, and that insU.ad of next MoR(la as can give. fcurfe "our 'f have had in Lancaster every tiling is Ollie" would ben strongcontenuer Blue is in New Orleans assisting 'i'h-iii- wasacnoois in nis sieaa. rroi. L.igon Was ntended. Miss Higgins is mail- -' I& in the ably assisted by Prof. Caneer, and ing notices to this effect to every indeed no speculation. The senior - of umu$enent from the in th shaiHj these two able educators conducted the teacher in the county. Senator from Kentucky is just about efforts to rid the city of the disease. j j the Street fair to or." i os encus proceedings in a very satisfactory manthe or. r.iaht ! cture by some sjieaker the biggest man in the United clates just now. politically ne' king, and in JUDGE JAMES W. ALCORN ner and won tha plaudits alike of both c f in. U; but v.v have never yet had i ' teachers and spectatois who attended. BOY SCOUTS OFF which appealed to the general the event matters should so shape themthing Passes To His Keward. selves that the President should conpr .'C. town awl county, as did the Judge James W. Alcorn died at his FOR CAMP. 1 1. j'auqua. It seems to have struck clude not to stand for a second term. CRAB ORCHARD. assuredly would be the man" jhoma.in Stanford on last Sunday after- l!.' '.ey note, and our people were not he most Ten Lancaster boys in charge of a to voice fu ir appreciation. This to havo firs., call to succeed Presi.Ient noon of hemorrhage of the brain foj- - The season of 1014 has opened at Scout Master Bro. Tinder Wi.son. left Monday lowing a two weeks illness of neuralgia. J Crab Orchard with bright prospects, a,), reciation was shown in no uncertain Judge Alcorn was in his 77th year, and brignter that ever before, the hotel morning for Camp Daniel Boone near the most forcible manner in Valley View for a weeks camping trip. 1'educed prices on a sprin,: and was the nestor of the Stanford liar and through May and June has never been po s.ble. When the question carfie up The following composed the party so full during these months. ohe of the foremost lawyers of central "as to whether or not we should have summer merchand e at Joseph's. Bice Amon, Val Cook. Willie B. The opening ball which was on the Kentucky. He was a native of Lincoln rthe attraction next year, where twenty county and studied law under the late 20th., of June was well attended. the West, Willie Mack Elliott. William il c public spinted citizens stood H.-mnaird, Clayton Morrow. Curtis Col. T. P. Hill. He has been for many Kind march being led by Miss Marion Jie venture this year, sixty seven Wendell ! ford Robert Boss and a young man and was at the time of his death Morrison and her brother jalTed their signatures to the guaranAT A STANDSTILL. District Attorney for the Louisville & Morrison of Knoxville Tenn. The Irom Kirl:sville wliose name we were tee for the l'J15 appearance, and fully Nashville It. It. Co. He graduated at costumes for this occasion wera of the unable to obtain. The boys left in high And feirpcrary Adjournment Takn. as many more stood willing to join with Center Coilege, was in tile Confederate j '"test and most beautiful designs, the S'ee confident of a week of splendid then rather than not have a return enwe are confident they will The Board of Mediators in session at army in the command of ficn. John If music furnished for this occasion and sPort- - which gagement. In addition to this, about have. They will return next Monday. , tj..i x: .....17) season tickets were subscrib- -- .laara runs unu enueavoring to un-- , Alorj'rin. ' jimi iv:k cnnfnr.fl nn th.. r.ii - , tnroutrn tne entire spasmi is nnp nf th ' " ' "0hio raitl" iin(1 thrown into prison ' finest orchestras Crab Orchard has ever ed, thus assuring not only the ravel the Mexican muddle has adjourn-!0"- 3 at Columbus. j been able to furnish, led by Miss Nell'pT is prr CTIiJy return, but the certainty of there bsing ed temporarily in order to give Gen. He is survived by his wife, who be-- 1 and her assistant Miss Andrews of DllMlV, U Carranza an opportunity to consult oo Joss to the guarantors. fore her marriage was Miss Sophia i Millersbunr and Mr. BairLnire and Mr. .. ifhe of a Redpath "ltll lllc cnltntvllnntna a(m 1 91 I iKKi I 1 Mif 'W county, and y CHilluM, . ....- nn'.l ....re Will.s ........ ' HlrHI ... M ..u l,!n;o having his delegates meet Huerta Course in Lancaster certainly met with of VJTvIvIUL UVlll I M J N. Saunders rivifi tht.1. miLtntu fliio coumi Hwn nuu- heunstinted approyal of our people, delegates in an effort to adjust the in- - JV.e ch,,dre: M. Do Away With Dust. fj boats christened Ma S?1'a f"d Pat,Uf tt'ln) are unanimous in their approval of terna! dissension in Mexico, and to set- T md and Pawhich have beeu or more people. I Bui The Oiled Streets Mr. Kendnck holding a dozen f L who attended it and enjoyed it and tie upon manner and means, oi estab- The funeral was conducted at the The fishing is fine, the swimming pool ' The public square as we go to press . . sjre'glad that we are to have it again. -v- emment in black sticky mas. owing to several family residence in Stanford on Tues- - fa ean xufo fifled everyVew ua with Vt vvas interesting and elevating to all, M coats of oil having just been applied. day afternoon, after which his remains fresh water. IP something of value with us, and not !Known how long it will take is it left were interred in Buffalo Springs Ceme-- 1 Those persons wishing Reason rates this condition will prevail for several that is more than the circus or the Carranza to hold these consultations, tery. had better write at once as each mail days, or until it dries, and then 'it is Do not under- - but the mediators considered his re- ., , .. . ai-.. ... , street fair ever does. ,..ii Ti.,i, mvuiu niu nni rluiunu :.. uat- - '.orings many leuers j. mr . ,. j .. Sv tor ine nexi mn,rin. in iho ilnaf- niisanw fnr tho . .i one, anu, winaujourn l sumo us w ue KiiocK.iiK on u.e laner, quesi. a reasu.mu.e remainder of the season. rard county, having during his long months accommodations. Hji't we do think that it is well enough temporarily in deference to his wiihes., career Lancaster people certainly appreciate a3 an attorney practiced , much It is a very disagreeable state of af-t6 jntersperse something substantial j Rumors continue to gain ground of a at the ocal bar anj he hag a host of thlg new and beautiful summer home fairs, but when we consider the great aJor-with ithe amusements of a lighter fast widening breach between Villa and friends who knew and loved him as a as they come to us in droves. Old good which is to result from, the oiling vinv Some of us like the street, fair, Carranza, and if this be true, it is ar- - brilliant and congenial gentleman, and Crab Orchard is certainly in the lead of the streets, we can well afford to tke children all like the circus, and the I gued that it will materially simplyfy wj,0 will be deeply grieved to learn of as one of the most desirable summer put up with the discomfort for a short . ji.o ucm,,. la wn ups are oi a uevesaiv vumpciicu resort. M. u. Wells. " ...Cu.oW.0. time, so let us be patient. ' , ! I-t i a i !o-!- e ! Qts? afc',LbtJty $ 1 t&$M&&zim$$& !&&;&&;& s 111 II HLfPiii I Wtt, ; In order that we may not have to shut down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when the Gity Water gives out, we are building a i j iS , 2,000,000 Ballon Reserroii ,at: I "." " ' j ' I ai-.- fiL.cn .,.. I . j,,, ... ... ,"-"1"- This reservoir has a vater shed of 100 acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs Our patrons and friends can depend upon us to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through out the Summer, regardless of weather conditions or the Gity Water Supply. Yours Respectfull', ;ii IS n ; i Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co ter.. 1 be-'lii- ban-yea- rs gnBvS52S2S3 Everybody should have Lightning Rods on their homes, barns etc. x ' ; i i i I have the agency for the Q3 i (!) recent-appearanc- e " illill, llli I 1 I ft . "., ',..... ,, I I I m ugm.mfg ap at 1 i . .- uv-S-.-bb- mus I ara I Motrin a of River Side Iowa. and am now in position to complete a job on your home at a very small cost. Get my prices berore having any work of this kind done. Bryantsville .Exchange. No 50-Phone I I 1 HARRISON- DEAN, - Bryants Ky. iukii '' S1 'SSS,5W5!5-.;-5?'?f- ' - i - - t i ric ocnLrcu Record, Thursy .. rrrrL'r'j"irr7Trr':" Jr" rf'. T.--r, July 2 .yi4. : Page 5 )AIN i MOWERS. I (Kaii! MSM "' - - lacssip Hbot A Sri:f Mwiion 3 SOOlS V? N?? N? of th? Con'.'.nis LyThoii Wi Are latcrir'sd u i:;. Mrs. Win R. Cook was a visitor in Danville Monday. Miss May Powell is visiting Mrs. Miller Logan at Bryantsville. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholas-Mil.-- ; is with Mr. anil Mrs. V. A. Arnold for 3f8 i Gonj ii j I a visit. Mrs. Monroe. Mason of New i:ich-- : mond, Ind., i the guest of Mrs. Ci. 1. T erriil. ' i an " rBSL rfiitftt!'''r'W' V"-AAJ- rBLaW i .. in. .Mr. J O. Crissiihs is few $3iHlL Lmt ,.Mfe,n Wl, , Messrs Carl B. Acton and Cieed , . Vfc ... t,. ,. K -- r tw. v. : .. Simpson motored to Paint Lick Sunday. N !T aera, j. liainsuurg. it'SLiaKW I mili fratt- -f .i Mrs. Ethyl Damold and Miss Allie . vat. " n;ni ! IC XEMiM. LL.J. r LTI. .7 . r J i r whs. al. A Beazlej is at i, &n Arnold left Friday for Battle Creek a visit to .ner daughter airs. i m. Hays hI. No -- '! 128 acrw. goou iwiuu. Mesdames D.ivid IJo!S and David Slock Yfaler SeesBiing of Stanford. iizit&atfj Scarce. imor.r. .,1. Inuf-.-- ami tivm to Sanders and little son arevisiling Mr. d Miss Annie Powell has been in per sc-- , via- Mr. OIlie Ueid, we are glad to, state, In various portions of li e county and Mrs. Alex Lavlon at McCrearv. visiting her uncle Mr.' V. T. ' is able to be No 177. ISO aerus an wk Si out again after an illness stock water U already exceedingly Short. out. ptr icre. 4IS0. Strongest and lightest draft mower made. Mr. Dan C. Elkin returned home scarce, anil of several weeks. in some instances fanners Mrs. Mary Hamilton has been Very ' Miss May l"rom Yale '"'veibity on Tuesday after aru compelled No 'IS1. 071 acies, I mUgs f. to drive tlieir stock some liiiines Browning of Lex j DAIN SWEEP and self dump Rakes, ill at the home of her daughter Mrs. ,,, a visit to Ataj. and Mrs. W. H. Collie instance lor water, and when it is town. pr tore. $1. ington is the guest of her cousin at Baltimore. N'o ASS. :I10 scn-of g&ml hr..l. reached are compelled to ue water Patsy Anderson. WALTER A. WOOD Movars and Self dump rakes. Dunlap. Miss Virginia Bourne has been in that is hardly iMlutabl" for the use of pike, near Btleiva Vista kooI inipn Mr.s. Wm Carson and little daughter Mesdames V. L. Lawson, J. A. stock becau-- e of it being contaminated inents ptr icre ?iS. JOHN DEERE HAY BALERS. Stanford visiting her sister Mrs. W. Amon ai'd Samuel Cotton motored to Adnella have returned to thtir home in by the geese and hogs. No 481. 2IS acres, oh pike. 4 rai.'i k. Warner. Stanfoid after :i visit to .Mrs. Carson's Danville Tuesday. There has oeen remarkably little from town, per aere, 575. 'sister Airs. V. J. Romans. Miss Jennie Dickeison of Richmond in tlii.- locality within the last No 48.i. 01 aeres, in 2 mflea of tr .. Mrs. Henrietta Uaney and little is visiting Mrs. J. B. Soper and Miss daughter Josephine visited relatives in ' One of the most enjoyable social two jearj. and the streams show the unimproved, per ncre. 330. Minnie Gullet. 3 functions of the vounger set was a effect of it. Stream that two weeks laat week. No 4.S1). 20G acres of good luml Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stan-- 1 Danville party given Monday night by Miss ago were almost past f jrding nave nuv high state of cultivation, gwxi :'. fold is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. JamHon. Chas. Redes, of Danville, and Mattie Adams at her home on Danville ceased to run. This fact shows that tawn, f . i 2i es A. tStazlev. C. E. Rankin, of Harrodsbu'-g- , Were in street. the earth has not received a deep and prnveinenls, 105miles from Z3CH3E: 3EZZ3C acre 5125. or icresoi it at S1T thorough wetting and the usual deep per the city on legal business lue-daMiss Kathleen Hanley of acri. Prof, and Mrs. J. Brook Smith and seated water supply has lem exhausted Miss vide is here visiting her No 4,s7. ltil acres oh pike 1 Hampton-Sidne- y Miss Margaiet Bio.vn and brother' handsome son, of and theie has not been .sufficient rain' Minnie Blown. from per Master Conner Biown of Louisville are college. Va., will arrive Friday for a to roptmish lSi. it. Full of ilie newest deMiss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford guests of Misses Martha and Helen short stay with his brother. Rev. J. tM a vied cm pike 3 miles No l.-. it Many farmers iiave solved the water signs in Spring ssud Sinn Rockwell Smith. was the guest of Mrs J. P.. Haselden Gill. problem by digging or boring wells. well imirovtd. $135. during the Chautauqua. iner Dres Gotuis. and Ko 4M). acres well improv.-.!- , on Mr. Clay II. Pumphley left for LouisMr. and .Mrs. John S. Baughman and ThK is the most plausible ami m many just received from our Mrs. James Stevens of Lexington is ' ville Saturday, where he has a good son Branham, have returntd from a instances the cheapest solution of the jke. ttoesion, 96C10. Pretty wholesaler. visiting Airs. James Pumphley and position with The State Board of pleasant visit to relative- - in Muskogee, problem. Many wells have jeen bored No "j. 136 acres, oo nikf t Health. things to interest the other Lacasler relatives. 'Okla. and Los Angelo. Tex. ...Mrs. and a splendid How of water, sutficienl Bryai.tHville, : houses, main dw .. ,. ladies, dr.inty fabrics Prof, ard Mrs. M. L. Mr. Will Parsons and family spent and jn Louis Landram left ye.Uer.lay for Lan-fo- r for all purposes the year round, struck new with 8 n.inis. medern ail up ' caster where she will make a short within a depth of less than 25 feet. date, waier works, g lighli. i; t.jhat Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hari teresting children, left Wednesday that arc si. re to be soon Coldiron at Point Leave!!. Prospect Tenn, for a stay of two visit to tnends and attend a reception Veils cannot be contaminated by the Co bai i.s. price, 312,(.U. worn by our widest custo be given by her sister, Mrs. Clay geese and stock, and at the uame time No 4'JI. 185 aciea of tezh ct-d Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Thomas and months. tomers. Flemy of pat can be made to provide water for their 2 mile' out. 2 Isuge lottrceo barr s. j Sutton. Messenger. n children spent Sunday with his sister Mr. and Mrs. J. Robeit Henry and purposes, as well as that of the stocK acre. $li0. terns to choose froin.but Miss Letty Mae McRoberts Mrs. Tom Daily in Stanfoid. was on the tarin, for domestic purposes, little daughter of Madison are here all the materials of the XoIU2. K0 acrei of tofcaco lar-- i Pllnlre hosteos at a beautiful luncheon Satu.--- i and if desired for bath andotherusages visiting MiSP3 Ht;!le nrl .viisse:-- . tilhel and Emma Estnuge ot m Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. day in honor of Mrs. William Fox about the house. A windmill may be highly iir.piovtd, i.ear Backev. Prather. Paint Lick were eruests the latter nart aand they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest Logan, of Wilkes-BarrPa. The attached at a nominal cost, which may jiike, per tcre, $120. . . - ... !..,., .1.- , Mr .1 .1 Rnrli sinil Mr P.n -01 ,ast ,ee. 01 Mm .uatue .uams. No 1! I. Several pieces of tpki i! tlers. d:i0m Iy t,d t boar was be Used at the will of the owner, fur; decorated with fruit baskets holding nishing sutiicient power to draw all the city iiroperty for sure. ac- - j Mrs. T. R. Slavin of Paint Lick iaint Lick are the guest at the home sweet peas and place cards of thesame water needed without further cost than 42(J. U'O acies of land, J wile frt.rn companied Mrs. Ethyl Damold and.Miss 0f Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Spratt. design were used, Allie Arnold to Battle Creek. Mich. , the original price and the installation. Lancaster & Lexington pike. 4 mil a . A. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. The auspicious occasion was made It is only a matter of time when the from Lancaster, g.nl improvements, Mrs. J. Vincent Arnold has returned beautiful little daughter. Georgetta, most interesting by the announcement THE CASH STORE. farmers the countv are iroimr to le large tobaico barn, well worth tlu to her home in Birmingham after a of Huatonsville, motored to Lancaster by Mrs. Logan of the engagement of compelled ci face-thi- s problem squarely Price of $ICl- - lH'r aKIV- to visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sunday, and Were guests of friends, the fair hostess to Air. Richard Buckner and the sooner they frguie out a means 497. 222 acies uf line lund near Lai- Burnside. Mesdames A H. R'ce ot Richmond Spindle Jr., of'Norfalk, Virginia. of remedvintr it. the better for them, caster &. Lexington pike. 4r,!jHi!itl im- The favors for the fourteen guests Some meltns mUsl e prov;,!,.,i fof st0r- - provementj, at . per acre. Henrv Moore and sister, little Miss Ind., Lewis Landram of Danville and Edith Moore are enjoying a visit to! James Staughton of Covington are were musical cupids mounted on hearts ing he water supply when it comes, ifc! acres, improved, 41'S. near Pah t A WELCOME VISITOR. their aunt, and uncle. Mr and Mrs R. C. guests of their sister, Mrs. II. Clay and were most attractive. and wheather it be a well, a cistern, a Lick graded school at $95. per acre. Those who enjoyed Miss McRoberts's pool or what not, it is.wel! to prepare ! Sutton wh re s known, is a box of our Boain, at.Manse. hospitality were Mrs. William Fox Lo- for war in time of peace, and not wait 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or Mrs. James House tins returned from Messrs W. A. Price and N. B. Price Pa.; Miss Nancy until the actual necesfity is upon on pike, well improved, 2 miles of lincmother of our carbonated beverages. If were in Stanford Sunday to see their Louiyville, where she was called by the gan, Wiikes-Barrter, priceil at ? izu. ;er acre anil s you have not yet tried any or all ot brother Dr. A. S. Price who continues accidental death of her brother Mr. Walker. Atlanta. Ga.; Miss Lorena before making preparations to combat ; Robinson, JelFers.iiiville. Indiana; Miss them you don't know what a line treat to improve in health. No 501. 45 acres, ntw hoaseur pike Collings, he having fallen from an Anna Davis McRoberts, Stanford; , you have been missing. Don't keep on .$100. per acre near Brvant-.ville- . Miss Margaret Cook is in Louisville elevator. Misses Martha and Helen Gill; Misses and missing it Order a box No 5i2. 90 acies. 170 yards f r i i visiting Miss Hope Gardner. Miss Dr. and Mrs. William Burnett and Edna and Martha Kavanaugh. Miss coimrence enjojing our--e;- f. town limits of Lai caster on Gardner will give a camping party in daughter, Cassie MaV, arrived Tuesday j Joan Mount; Miss Elsie Morrow Misi iteaiunui oui Theodore Roosevelt ouened the Pro- - avenue,, un.mpiovm honor of her young guest. from their home in Shelbyville, for a Shelby Mason; Miss Delia Tinder aiu: gressive campaign in Pittsburg on last ing sites-- a bargain atllSU. per aire. stay of several days with relatives in Mls Carlton Elkin of this city. " Mrs. George Bogard and little son Tuesday. 50.?. 245 acres, on good road, , rhor,8 202. have returned to Richmond after a vis- the county. The attractive home of Mr. and Mrs The Louisville Salvage Corps, whicn from pike, fertile I.iriI, Mgnlv ', .n. wps II. Clay Sutton unique in its old Colonial it to her father and sister. Mr. Jesse Mr. L. W. Hudson, of Atlanta, .1 .1 It.ti - M'ul I trwl i t - t. i --!. tap Mllrufi.- - . in the city Mcnday, having motored architecture, was lavishlv embellished 8pcnue o!Wrauo. uur.nK me inwir- Doty and Miss Krma Doty. . "CC troubles, again resumed business. QIVWI0.1 ...to tWO or tht, faTE nft.mnnnVnr Ih. from Danvills with Mr. Banks on WP.ln..!nv Mrs. V. S. Walker entertained at a over per acre. Hudson. Mr. Hudson has many friends reception given by Mrs. Sutton to her: The United States Express Company 0 o'clock dinner at her home on Lex- j SOL 121 acies, on pike 1 mil. who are always glad to many friends, the invitation list being has returned permanently from busi-quia. . HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. ington street. Some 10 or V2 guests ! in the county dividing its business among its Lancaster, large tobaiuoMt oneoi welcome nim. extended. The hostess, gowned portook of Mrs. Walker's kind hospitbeautiful level buiMing site fnr,'' 5?. O. Pjgnet, Ass't Cush'r. Joe J. Walker. Jk., competitors. i ality. Jlr. and Mrs. Harve Jones, Misses in a beautiful blue messaline. had with 110. per aero. her in the receiving line her three W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Exclusive of the last days receipts pike. Gladys Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mesdame Sam Cotton, Cyrus Daly, ' Ardath and For further particulars write i Mr. Harry Jones sisters, Mrs A. H. Rice, of Richmond the revenue collections show a shortage Dolly Brown and Amanda Anderson Clifford Husman and Hughes & bwirebroatl. tfce rtat OHGAXIZHV 1S83. motored to cheir home in Cincinnati Indiana. Mrs. James Staughton, of of Sil. 000, 000., below the estimate " mothred to Lexington and were the men. Lancaster, Kj. Monday after a visit at the home of Covington and Mrs. Louis Landram, of made by Tiuiwurv officials forthe fiscal guests of Mrs. M. M. Miller, on Soit!i Danville: her sister-in-laMrs. F. 15. year ending June 3'Jth. . Miss Lucille Spratt. Limestone. Maiksbury introduced the guests while ' A jury in the criminal court in Louis Mr. W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, was Mrs. John E. Stormes. .Mrs. W. R. ville imposed a jail sentence of four Miss Mattie McGrath Adams is enOF LANCASTER. KY. tertaining the following at a house in the city for a few days this week Cook. Mrs. J. K. Robmson, .Mrs. H. T. month.ou.luines Satterlield aChauffeur party. Misses Francis Ratchff, Idell with relatives. "Mummv" represents Logan, Mrs. Theodore Currey and Miss CVMRV. wltll manslaughter Hall and Loe Bradshaw of Sharpsburg, one of thc largest millinery houses in franlne Kautlman composed the com- for the killing of a fourteen year old io $2OQ,OC0 the south, and with his usual alfnbilitv mittee ot entertainment. Misses Elisa- boy. and Miss Jane Belle of Camp Nelson. This bank is supervised by the United States Government and gracious manner, has made a suc- beth Ford and Elizabeth Gibbs. two Congress Cantrili is urging a vote on Mrs. Samuel Johnson was hostess at Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all cess from every standpoint. attractive young maidei.s of the Junior the Hobson Prohibition Resolution, but Let Us Explain. a well arranged six oclock dinner. The help us, and we can help you. things. Deposit with us, and you can Society set. presided at the huge punch is in- - tin- - with ,) or ..access following ones being upon the list. Tl Costs You Notliinj.' Robinson Cook entertained the mem- bowl and most Make this bank YOUR bank. graciously served a jf the Rules Committee are Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Mr. and bers of the juvenile set on Tuesday delicious beverage to the immense k dn5auaKLGST-.Z3;TKkiV. A. Price, Professor and Mrs. evening. The following Misses Nancy at nom-- engaged in their political j Mrs. fa f We Save You Money. J iMmu. j?jqtrw M. L. Caneer, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. campaigns. II Wl. I1U.HI1HI"'I'H' iiiiiia auu iH.il ilia lYitvaiinuii iai.ei, The large reception hall and attractive and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear, and Sue Shelby Mason served frappe library Carrier The temperance advoiates will enwere lavishly festooned in sprays plants, while the deavor to have the Rev. Billy Sunday j of green and jotted An v color scheme observed in the dining the noted evangelist to make temperance Cheapside and Short Street. 5 apartment was pink: the delicious speeches in each of the counties where be held in LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. jjj luncheon course was prepared by a lo;al option elections are to hi Lexington caterer, the ices showing a September. beautiful floral design of roses and "In answer to a plea for Womans Htfomen. lilies. The hour of live brought to a Suffrage preferred by a dusty and close this biilliant social assemblage travel stained body of suffragists. BY MISS FRANCIS TOMLIMSON of Buyantsvilu:, Ky. and the many guests took their depar-- i President Vtilsun reiterateu a lormer . Jb. ' aAs.. J-; ture from the attractive north suburban statement made by him that the issue residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay was purely an issue which should be Office over The Nationr.1 Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Phone 27. PEPPER HASH. Sutton, most eulogistic in their "ap- dealt with by the several states. 13 preciation of their gracious hostess. E335E2SSEZa:5ZKSE23u2rr32 . aat 1 dozen green peppers i.rtiiHifclvaAm 1 dozen red peppers s VJUU find IT IK THIS mXM. r ttt mzr75Wuw 15 white onions Chop or grind fine and pour boiling water over them, let stand a -"" "" " jf iA NewsOfTheChurcn.es. 1 ; drain well, then scald in weak vinegar, drain again, 1 pint vinegar Add IMtMJ Any Skirt or suit can be had at PHONE n 2 teacups sugar .j&lf!ij- "Preaching at the Methodist church in Joseph's for half price. 2 tablespoons salt and a few little red peppers. Cook until heated through Let all,, Lancaster Sunday morning. then seal. " , the members be present. l(j!v tuti'll. i xrf"- - ?ca! ' tSii. ill !1 airs, name uuniap lias returned from a business trip to Louisville. Miss is ! V, ' wtgi" Migm i s i tSJ .fX r " 35 Caine Boland of Nicholasville hero with her aant Mrs. Ilelle Scott. Joseph Calloway of Smithfiohl is vwitiiiij iter mother, tins. W. S. ., alr3- - ' 4 . i v .ubatwfcsaag , ,.'. ". A new line of sil and entertained the guests. The most petticoats, $2.50 enjoyable part of the festivities was value., while they last, at $1.93 at the fortune toller in her gypsy camp Joseun's. ready to reau the future of the young people and the one to f II I this role was Jcta F. Wagers Dead in RicJccnd. .Miss Edna Kavanaugh. Job!) F Wagers died at hit. home in Miss Altha Jones is at home after a Richmond Ky., on last Thursdciy. Mr. to friends and relatives at DanWagera suffeieil a strok- - of paralraiv ville. three vears ate. and has nslferctl srnee. He! Charles Stcvonof Douglas Arizona several additio::.-.-) stro-.- a has been the recent guet of Ins aant was a man of wide acfoaintancc awl popular. He wait active m lolilien, tn Mg Jan Hopper. ardent democrat and hail served cs Tki very lowwt prices on a cJaaaes foth ahrriff and iiler of Madison of woman's weanag apparel may be county. M. Wau'erj nie ,otten at tunh's. ' Mat Cohen th .e!i known Slits Maiffan-tt- a Smith of Kirhmui:tl tur.'m in. is spending a few days wiui Mrs. George Smith Jr. DRY WEATHER BEING FELT If at II shoii'd ev N 5,'J. 44 t.. LIST OF FMMS. Piir chasers get the bcnr years experierce in tt Look for other bryiti.r iseue. Oirnrn of tr ; . vit ' .n. i ?u .j f.ith;-r-in-ht- :', - j 9 Itieh-nion- i I s i j I irw j y. HERE'S Aft INTERESTING 'CASE. a, i'-- s i ; ; s i , pp-su- ,. ....... e. , 9. ROWN. ! j inzzi V-0- it-i- e, ,,,i, t0-d- ay General News. T Lancaster tling CO. Book-Keepe- Bot- Iin.'ti - .,re '"'. I f te r. ni. j J ! 7$fe Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. tte ' Capital $50,000. i sa mm mm $1,000 , i We Write Kind of SHSBS3JS5SSSS3SaSaa5:a3i52' Favorite Recipes Qf W. King & Son, NSUR "" "' Offing at National Bank. Well Known $ j. a. 8BA2LEY -- & OO. aaEsrssEtrir5'? i.t ssaaesa When In ,m. -- mm anvil! IflDY Visit The ELIZABETH !' II Ii il yn The M al v s l?2 Sii&iiBEgSSSScS&SSSn'tti'ffiGF't-. ' k your order and he will furnish you VERY BEST COAL I No Substitutes to the grocer all sent you for Royal Bak-ing Powder There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as are made from alum. Rev. L. A, Warreji and Rev. Watson, House of 13 room, garden and barn, of Lexington, will begin a series of for rent until January 1st 1914. meetings at the New Antioch church, I J. Y. Walker. Lancaster, Ky. Tuesday July 7tli. . RETURN Bro. Arnold has changed the date of FOR SALE. ' the 4th' quarterly meeting from August 1st and 2nd to the 3rd Saturday and , In order to settle up estate, will sell 1C00. worthof land notes, well secured Sunday in July. Let all the brethren a good on Garrard county property. Apply at take notice and be on hand-wit1 mo. this office. report. . h KESBHENT ! r SHOP. AT I At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. We are having an old time Revival at NOTICE. Lawson's Chapel. Several professions, ' several at the Alter, great crowds.! All persons having claims against the Meeting will continue up untilunday. ' egtate of A- Doty deceased wi J . roint . M sul-stitut- II iiil es Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Oo, Rev. C. C. Brown, assisted by the local pastor. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, conducting a union service at Harmony church in Buena Vista. The. meeting will probably continue for seveaal days as much interest is being manifested. present, same properly proven, to the undersigned executor or my attorney, L. L. Walknr for payment. Those in-- is debted to said estate, will call upon me or my attorney and settle same at once, J. A. Doty, Exeeatotv of the r will of J. A. Dotv2 deceased. j DAVIS' Drug Store.!; Next Door to Court House. I t -- ....I ..Jro:--'- - -- $- Page 6 lBMr7rirra . C--t Trie Centra Record, 5BSaaBH3gr" Thursday July 2, 2ov 1 KJ c- -? 1914- - General News. people have been rendered homeless and penniless, by floods in i PRESCMPl'ECTJ for Instant ReliefMcRoberts, all Skin Lancaster.Ky. R. E. fcsK'en for Fletclser's Two millio Saa Standard v .SErZr Ti-zb- " sdy DEERIM MOWERS AMD China, and this country has been asked le- tor aid. The Hiud. Yoa Have Always Bonglit, and which has hcca iii ti.sc for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has heen niado under his per- ? &?i c sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " JjXloriiar:;t4i flint trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Fifty families were rendered home-es- s in St Iiul by the breaking of a larjfe cofferdam on the government works at Ft Snelling. The Naval Appropriation Bill contains a clause authorizing the Navy Department to dispone of the battleships Mississippi and Idaho to Greece for $12,000,000. HAY RAKES. The Best Line liver Brought To Paint Lick. I' I" Km A M IHllSt?8t8fl P?rBf Tread way, Denny & Co PAINT LICK, KSNTUCLY. SS7L'tr.3Wai'4Jtn w,rvrK? 1 y -- Tuesday was the last day for makiug Income Tax Returns, and the govern- Just-ns-jjoo- d" Casta r! :'.-- :. nor otiier Narcotic It destroys Worms .3 tYverl'lmcri. for more than thirty years it ; f i (distant use for the relief of Constipation, i latulpncy, Y.'incl Colic, all Teething' Troubles and I'wrrlirr It reprtilstes tho Stomach and Bowels, (iMfcs Food, jjiviur healthy and natural sleep. The CiuSdren'.s Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. 1 1 Il-o Jinrinlcr.3 " d Soothing Syrups. n. Ir . t .".v : Opium, Morphine r.::T:t:t:tre. . Us ajre is its guarantee. . ) CASTOR I A What is snhstituto for Castor Oil, is a "" It is Pare-jrorr- -, pleasant. It STORIA jtJeara trie Signature of ALWAYS (fKJ&Mi Is Use For Over 3D Years l ment has announced that beginning July 10th they would penalize and punish "dodgers". Arch Duke Francis Ferdinand, heir presumptive to the throne of Austria and his wife the Duchess of Hohenburg were shot to death by a young student, Gavria Prinzip, while driving in the streets of Sarajevo, Bosnia. Four American ships are in the harbor of San Domingo to guard American jS citizens and interests and foreign citizens, who are in danger because of a mineature rebellion which is in progress. There is no probability of intervention upon our part. Leonard Armstrong of Hickman, an inmate of the Reform School at Green-dalwas killed by a coil of wire thrown by Bert Gerard, another inmate, from Warren county. Gerard claims the wire was thrown in Jun with no idea or intent of harming Armstrong. e, & (CUAV..n cUU&. J4UJLUCE, SiiiU. 11UW i.V 'SS5A AIltJii.1 Also Color Card ol 45 different Color Combinations rTlI .r,,3 yS.. ?J CA structive, free book. It contains beautiful illustrations of attractively painted Homes, shows and gives full information how to select the right colors and how best to apply the paint. This fme Tthis time of the year you'll need this big, M iml OT v Diaw i - Check all about for the money you ove and note how much more res pectfully your creditors regard you- They like to do business with a man 'a ho has an account at the Uarrard . ft MAwwm RUNT "The Kind That Lasts" This old reliable paint has made j;ood for almost half a century. It is just Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the best and most economical paint to use. JJank . & . Trc:t Go. p 4 p i They know he is doing business in a business .like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev w i grow all right. The Garrard Bank & toasattasHssaaBaag Trust Companv & KMresassssssas The Kind You Have Always Bought m' mi mii r NTAUR COMAMV. NEW VOHK CITY, mzMm Two Old Superstitions. Women believe that If they go some where on Monday they will be on the go the rest of the week. That may be the explanation of the fact that women like to wash on Monday. Kill a cat and you will have bad luck for seven years; there is, however, no special superstition as to kittens, so it is best to begin on your cats early. Satisifoc&ion Guaranteed. Ask us for booklets en Pec Gee Flatkoatt. fcr Walls and Ceilings; Creostain, for Roofs; Porch and Barn Paint. Wagon and Implement Paint, etc., or write direct to PEASLEE-GAVLBER- T CO., Incorporated, Louisville. Ky. CG322S Schulz's Cot Flowers 3, FLORAL DESIGNS .MS i EtiUEgSKlH ftoTEL tv? PAINT MCI Miss Sallie Burnam Woods spent.the week end in Richmond with friends. Mr. Ebb Slavin, of Danville, is the guest of his brother, f.Ir. T. R. Slavin. Mrs. T. R. Slavin left Friday for several weeks stay in Battle Creek Michigan. Rev. W. M. Eldridge returned Monday from a weeks preaching in the mountains. Miss Ethel E3tridge was the guest of Miss Mattie Adams in Lancaster lust week. Miss Estill Walker left Tuesday for several days visit to friends in Stanford and Danville. Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter, spent the past week in Lancaster the guests of Miss Nancy Long. Mr and Mrs Rice Woods and family and Mr and Mrs James Woods and fain ily, motored to Cartersville,. Sunday and spent the day. R, L McROBEfllS jjESKtSSSSSfc" All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers Phone 43 or 339-F- . All orders f.re appreciated and will be delivered promptly. ffora of v DALS 3tli 8c WILLIE F. MILLER. Agent I WASHINGTON Peeirasylvama Avenue, at Lancaster Home-comin- g H. St fluus, Mitltt St 50. $200 BtU Ito, &2JS0, Pfiiiti Ui (Bolored Fair. AUGUST W. H. HARRIS, Pres. I f use .iierosene for farm Entities Moro Power , ' up. $3.00 up. mm9XJLlm . Cost- - fWERLOfHCS WHJT1- REegamfc 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. J I WOTISS? Appointments, PaW. Court, Indian Grill Room, Te& Eoojn 'Colonial Furnishings,, Library, Grand Pipe Ocgaa, Orchestra. NOTICE. All accounts not settled by July 13th either by cash or note will be- - left in epfAeioysimd Jtii&A'.um ;,;?m&j?zvm I Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and (1 Write foi Illustrated Booklet "B" w.ili small map. CLIFFORD M LEWIS aiANACER. "II T - Ml if Tii IMTiTI -- ASHEV1LLE IN THE LiNP QF THE SKY is ur:c or z for Vdii w c you viiS most enjoy a vacation tteic Co rrcntroa. We have not the space '.,1c: lI.o ctoriso o!r 'die western North Carolina, mountains. HVE IN THE OPEN KUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLttWCiiS'G MOTORING DRIVING f?mNG OU' I OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hen &E-N- I the hands of our attorney. Please call at lied rick & Son's Store and settle Respt, with Miss Kate Ely. Fish & Hammack. Mrs. Woods Walker entercained informally at a small porch party on Monday afternoon for Mrs. W W. Eldndge's guest, Mrs. A. F. M. Smith. of Dennison Texas. The afternoon was- an ideal one in p.verv resnent and fruit " ' punch and a delicious salad course was served in an attractive manner to the assembled guests. Among those who attended the Chautauqua in Lancaster the past week; were Mr and Mrs R. G Woods. Miss Sallit Woods. Mr Chester MetcalfMiss Mattie Woods, Mr Jim Hstrve Ralston. Mr Roy Estridge, Misses Emma and Ethel Estridge, Mrs A. B. Estridge, Mrs R. J. Walker, Mrs Woods Walker and children. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge, Mr and Mrs J. B Woods. Mr George Tread way. Dr. Carman, Mr S. M. Den-nMr and Mrs O. C. Rucker, Misses McWhorter and several others whose names we failed to get. 'emrm K&fchW i nrTSZS bier reason wriv votme- neoole TWi:z'd-'':r: f'iS t! flockfromthecountrytothecities El is because farm life is so hard and Ws -' - SASf h v t I i'ir ?; wj re Hours 01 iaoor are so long. ine. M !$mm aa . t.f 3lav.iZiV tr cuts ont the disagreeable work of carrying- - jl feed from one barn to another and enables one person to feed more animals in half an Hour tnan two persons can leed in an liocr wi'Jiont it. It make3 the dairy business round and fattens lirofitable all at lowest cost. It makes the hens lay S " your-cteers gallon of kerosene as on a will develop as much power on gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even M in cold weather. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines a iau!es. It is the best ixrk t)rolnccr on the !, farm. The first Indiana Silo ever bnilt has ji w Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, A'KJJjOJI.hIIIJUmsIB Write for Catalog 21A80 4Bi I ren in use for more than ten years on J vrlll be ia ff Vxl coadiUon ten ears froatixUy. If you want to krep your boys and clrls at home. r or-'ean icaiina 5no touay. wcwiU Diuia one to tl T3ic MMMiwuwii iffli rwr. &lm. K pasatnL; T.'i.l u:ke ;- -. t ' fiea"elv&. Dis-Ag- igaasHJgsssajaaii r t tzitztsj jffc.'MWry iv W. P. KINCAID, t. SPECIAL TRAEM EXCURSION Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. 1 OiftgrcATI AMD RETURiy Sssradsv- - J July 5th s riorivilic, iVaypesvi'le. Springs, Tyron, Kr-mScludj, itlut l?oclt Y EXCELLENT HOTELS OF 1 n H CACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE Rund -- SOUTHERN OFRAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER THE SOUTH Kcr further information ee local aeent, or nddreh IX H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. r tBtWHW pqw?rTTr?."TTaj.yaw:-- 10pi ; 5.uncl 1 UKmI22&&&3iM!& SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves JURiCTSPJ 3T 5s3Sa.mB THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Any Kind, Any Style at any time you want fine Capital $50,000. ' Surplus $30,000. NEW H&TS for the price of one. Bring the whole lot to us. We are prepared to clean and reblock your Hats. Don't forget your Straw'or Panama Hat is in style so long as they are cleaned. If you deal im values you'll appreciate the Ford. It's simplicity its economy and its dependability give it a value that cannot bd measured by its rrice. The Ford is the one car that has "made gobe" in world-wid- e service. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty-- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. EJ Bl Pi Pi iTS TTy i liii'"i: ."' L R JENUY. President .. J.E. ST0RMES. Vice Prea't. - . ' R. 1 JMBRVAs8t Cashier;- - S C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GilL, Book-Keepe- METAL SffiNGLES Are Stormproof They interlock and overlap in such a way that tho hcrJest driving rain or sifting snew cannot possibly get under thorn. Besides this they last indefinitely, and never need repairs. Another point They're very reasonable in Crst cost. You can learn all about them from H Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. " . Phone 230, The Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky; Incorporated. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. I f Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. .'-- k "&, .&&, The Central Record, Thursday July, 2 1914. STANLEY VI60R0U8LY. ess, because he fa a very modest man. Weakest n. i Page 7 Rifles j candidate with one notable bouses and had parsed unani- the federal congress, adopted such His miseiable ilurgcsnguiiist I know he is modest, because be says exception, who ever sat In the gover- mously For you will remember that so himself. "I dislike self praise.' nor's chair and despite the splendid me. therefoie. about them are even a the railroad coniiui-slo- ii of Kentucky says, he. "I should prefer that if ever nullify and f.iultle-- s personnel of the greatPr Injte-.fh-and lusul, to almost should be empowered to outer upon I I have rendered any public service'' eminent Democrats who .vero on that the e'l'ir" iiinibership of these two shippers v. it'iln the st.dc .ill the rights worthy of favorable mention others' ticket with him. Had we given battle stv sioiis of the general assembly. ' j and privi.e is which the in'erst.iti' should speak of them and not try to to the common enemy U)ou any other This is the auie govoim-- who. in the commi.ss'oii mis mifcrr-.Uhiii s'lip-UP- t do st iijKolf." I am Mich a very. ver issue than the administration of .1 ( s cstci.dii.g pers having hie: th. -- limits io''vit!i"t.inding modest man that even if 1 should be W. RccKliuui. Ila.er. lien sre.-i- t iiioilcst. .that "win n !"s mei"- - jond the st. te. The Mi Chord bill (.nve eome a senator she toga of Crittenden diichs and I..iIToi':i and the rest of hers i nine it 1" fl the e the c.ipitol une in two the comiii.s.iuii no i.nt"'ol swept the state by i j ears for nly sjty days from all press couip 5,4 and Clay would spoil inc. lie them would ami otlM"- pii'iile utlli assures us that "if, nominated and majoiity or .'(.'. .e. ttie ptss .,;s ,)f ji.v it t lwt u, ll(. expected ties. Will Mr. In elected to this position I sh ill assume u At a gUnce It would pie of Kentucky t' at the rai mail hard to that thej -- IionUl loa.-i- i correctly In &hvit it and discharge its duties in no spirit find -- otne ne.v fault in an nriutinistrn- - ' short a time ttie evict condition of the sl'.ouli. have noxsH U aiiilMU of vainglorious pi ide." lion .i often :i:iilod. which alvvn s revenue aft. lirs of the state." ity? All the riiilmif! is ti.)e.H'J to j :5 The most modest of men. he also has .uitl S onfEJ-cwi'l prove :i millstone is to :t ih's f?7 sr,.l do in Keuttu-kThe tables are sudd tily rfivon bashfully admils that be is the most about the neck, of the Democracy of the teacher liecomcs the taught, lie front tnKing up .Is raus .ijil cii "KT, "O" honest Xo one can tint Iifull v aj iveniuiKy. Jet so replete is Ins seven avs be niiimril Immmusi. luitb bouses its right erf way it an furthat I have over been lack1' a in frank- - j years of atithontj. with the cruel sr.e passed the I ."is. The law of the Und nish cars or to furnish ttem. ncss in dealing with mid questions lifico of the ieop!e'.s rights and the would not have permitted him to hn just as It suits its svvi.-- t will or that for political or other purposes shuiieic-sserviie Stanley Supports Wilson's Administration anrj Says Beckham I have ever belr.i.ved a principle." Il- privileged interests, to powerfulno and apptoved them at an earlier dite He A few months go ". ) miners fared o. thnt have tells yon he asked i,i 'in-s- i oes. "iimi starvation down here in .)!i.i anil Mtit-ls nut onl.v const ions of evtretne sh;, casion to ie. at any criticism of hi no inquiries, just sat rp the e m ih,.t leuberg :ntwithstaniiU3 tht Leans to Corporations. ness ami absolute iiuoriiuptabihty. but Conduct pievioi.slj iqaite. no ms'lter big gulieriintorhil cbair like a Im.mr. fact that the jJ ttsi'l otit-ta- na ho Ii also both brave and wise. "I how just or well e t.iblished. II" squab jiigion and sval.ovvd anv .id ing coutrai ts for ain the uiitwrsj shall." sa.vs he. "never b found dods 1k)is(s too sunn tl.at "in my long am1 thing that ..n uuvile le;.i ' itnre 'tee were then- - ki out. 1'Ht U" lug that (tie Webb bill) or any other exhaustive earth of l.js reiord Iiavt to regurgitate, into his giiiing moui!i. cars were at "iW e" and noi Ky. ' seat in the senate. I had the plcauri ..tie question. I shall assist the found only three measures upon wb th It did not matter wIumut it w. procureil I ' an investigaI lion. A. O. Stanley j of heating him lecently deliver ad- and his admln'stralion in dealing BUXTON. peaches and cream or asuletala. Viw. tion of tlHse eomlitlura. ami ttie railslroap speech here to-- ' dresses on two notable occasions, and Oils great and important measure, with to base an absurd 'ii irge." and "Let u b wi. day before :; large and enthusi i 1 do not hesitate to say tbit I consid In doing so I shall bring the same fair, tion to him not l.ij that flattering unc unable to find a lietter excuse for his road cuint any aut before !h his soul." have just begin abominable act. he would thrust the iu,l ndniit.cd that the reamui astie audience. Ills sepl. to Ton:: i j ered his gesiuies by far the best p.irt honest and Intelligent spirit with to nual.vs'c and to epo-- e his otlicn. gei.eral assembly between hlnisoif ami cars ctmld tact l.e procured was Governor Beckham was sttong. .ti;s , of the speeches. He does not confine which I have always tried to deal with acts. Itefose this Ktinpalgn clo--his adversary. His excuse is vvo-s- e hi o:Im pri .static Bh.i'.i tic and 5n no uncertain term, t'.i.i his condemnation to my peculiar styh ever.v public question " former critics will ilml that they hue than tlie adjoined cs fun ppilt-i- them to funds, gressiiuia Slanlci siikI: of oiatorj. I am, we aie advised, ut been mere gleaners all in this hound To laj our faults at anotl'i rs dont. ndequate facilitiex for moving f'e : ' : Beckhan Says He Is Governor. Appreciating the radl.-ii- l c.id invi-nj terly devoid of truth w honever false-it,:,--hto place our burden upon anotlu r' and that the i of Of course such rare am radiant vir less field ot oilicial sin. cilablc differences eisi'n;. ! twee. ' hood, however malicious or malevolent, And I now state, and .Mr. ISeckmai. shoulders, to diMlge or sipiinu m the lmd uo sui int Mriij. to Impress will Mr. IJeckham and m.vse'f. in nr atti will e purposes. "lie tnes could not have lay sinister not dire to question or deny it. face of dai.gir and of sliaiue. that The Mc'horl I i'l Imposi"; no sui Office at Cili.fns iNation.il tude toward tin vital and p.iramouiii has." says Mr. Iteckham, "deliberately tlie intelligent electorate of his native' primeval sin. Mail: Twain is the duty Uxn railru.ttN In Keutuek.v. .net issues now command. ng national at misieprcsenied facts in the hope of slate, and ihe features of this picture that these acts originated, not wit'' : c is er desj-in- g adinonWlies i le:itIon, and to treat winning votes for himself. No iiues-tio- beam under his facile touch as be con the eminent gentleman who introduce only mortal who ever fed inclined : yet Mr. Iteckham v them, but in tlie olilces ot the coi.n-e- l weep at the gi-of Adam An ii.i Kentucky e and fair t!mt the lav infhim with t!.e utmost Jiisti-of accuracy or truthfulness in his templates his count rj men's appiecia i:i::. I wrote Mr statements ever restrains him in such tion of his worth and services. "1 for the corj "rations, who subsequent), siieakably pitiful anu p.illietie tigure ill li -- the general assembly In I!" lies, on were to become the immediate beneil he must rest uudcr the vveght o. th gives our tiuani ot niliro.nl inium come belore the i eopie of Kentucky in Hocklmm tendering a division of time cases." Ife speaks of my "custom-tr.. . i .,i ... i o- - an ins sons . ciaiies of teeir en u tment the South iroiu uie uav, t. j slouers ample vower. s lar .is inf" it tile occasion of the opening of iii.v and niaiked deviations fioni the truth." the present ra.-- not iinkn wn to them eru Pacific and the Louisville am; of creation tc the raik of doom. having a public record with which' ..tnte timin.rt-i- is onecni.il to rem. cnniimlgulng at Glasgow on Ma.v is. lie accuses me of glaiing and absolute3Ir. ISeckfcam ivfused to accept that ly Inexcusable misrepresentations of tlie.v are largely familiar," and this Nashville l;a!!mai companies. Mr i When ailed to a.iswer an accushij. ,'v anv wnm-r- s that nav ni-- t Iteckham asks in feigned surprise. "N Ood for his foily and III !i! mure ue Invitation. Neither in that addr.'ss wi fact and culls my methods dishonest Mr. T'cckhnm assures us. Is not ephem fileaEurs-- Mappine:s of the People tv ' be--1 that no one. either Ik-- - splcably than the stTpent whli-. . . .. 3l any TVr. w B If itt IIj iliseueut speech, have I at1 According to Mr. Iteckham. falsehood oral fame. His name is written large it not stnu.ethe ii. r. of it naur3is. ine fore or sine- e of tho-- law- - tKijed him. slunk into the shade v any time or place made a i ersonal al ' and cowanlii-- are my most marked ' and high among the immoital ewn vvny. He actually un.isures tin lie. ; - WW- .or me niui auu cowering ugtire. wuj a, i.i.iii ever louu.i i """ ;j, JSk lllriou to II r. Iteckhain. I Ime m charai terlsties. I'.oth false and timid. tiviM who have scrwd the slate. He sou jrais agn. t- m. A i, i.v the in. ess I t0 irlti' "0 "r ,,J "tn'k to "IV ll1- Wi,s vreatsd to love, mfort. hoir 1 I'ln questioned his honesty, his Integrity or I am, accorJii.g to the same, eininen' has no doubt about tint because he '' fi railroads, lie lurii.it hSnlseir N". it - n .t at a'l and keep in siekness and in he.t..n tn,-'"I be tIleln iiisctilied i up Ws imtriotism. I lnre routined ni.vseii authority, a must upon a hundred tIioii.si.iul ni,a..". & frrTEi arrant demagogue lieve I tiiav savthere we without hoist that str"'-'- '' si"l' the eiiaitmeut .if thus, with a covvanl's vvhhapiv-"T- he Witirclj t a discu.siou of the gin or parading arm ml over the country SiVS with ' my recoid has stood the test In the 1,,w"- - U " !,TO to 1,'IeM' his poiti. at man tempt.d nie, and I did eat" Mr , i'l.witers facing euury ami pmati. u , j npr, tie measnn-- lie approved and the ordinary book of synonyms am. j for ion will renieuiiter that II .tun, e ' "an eight .vears of my service as godfathers. Messrs Knott and Smfelv l.eekliam r.elily prtcs.s. "The sets lie ii uihori7.nl mid to other utter abundant vabulary of defamatory; ne.irl.v Tobaiit. soi Ieiy ami the Si luiie-.; t..s or Augu-quand did approve." governor I had many difficult coudi either .Mr. (teckh-.I aj:u-itj. enccs made in an oflh-ki- ! ' epithets, with boisterous declamations; and dozens ot II.. r Itefore tids ctimjiaigu Is over 3. trirt i I.IHlOOs ill balt routlnne as :u the to and vehement gesticulations, ever will ' tioir. and tr; ing prob enis to deal with, Wilson have been the actual governors of Kentucky, so r.ir as the control of Iteckham will have changed his tuiiitt tobaitt, ji;,. jci.itiiis were formed at ll.lt SIH OH It but I am perfectly willing U stand conOm my attention to is"-s- , tut in- Ing c onvontent 10 . to saerll'.ce facts to secure a is upon legislation is concerned, and It' would about my hiving only three measur- - . the very tune he delivered this IIIIW a comparison of that administra dividuals; measures, not men. plaus-c.- '' V. .et.-ip9t- o sage, that the price of their print:., t ti JBiraP "No demagogue" sajs lie.' tion with the affairs of my have been an easier task to have ib to condein i after :. long :u d e vir 'lltBEJ A national democracy under the lead siicccssois "ever attempted a cheaper or more ills, in olll e." The had fallen winU the cut ot prodm-administra- - voiced Wilson from the tobacco trust hailsfive seaich of his roconl si of Wilsot. and I"r;-apioim.is cicdltable artifice with which to de tions of Shelby and Wi kllffe. Ovvsle. . than to have got b.v Mr. Iteckham and should cheer up. The worst is yet to lion and that for thai reason men to restore a new freetlmn to the ludus ceive tile people or to injure an oppo-It Is not ueces-ar- y that I sho iM the thousands ,veie tumlm? togi-ll.- r rrittenden and Helm. a. cording to this that valiant pair now active in his tries jf Anierbsi. That Is its supreme nent." make a search of his record hi onh-- r In an earnest "Hurt to pro,e-- i tl ir shy and retiring spirit, pile into inisfiton It is not ;i light. strictl Silc E'jo :vlac2il Pre product and The people of Kentucky need not In ulUri.ig Over such legislation as tint the!.-guai- to tind acts worthy of cundemiritioii. then when cnu.pir.il with the Rpnikiiur. for lellgious r polithal lil Also set oiv . rat'i. i mtntjijil 3 families, lie is.,;..I m t l'e.11 the wait Is sleepless Sam watches while erty; wiitlier Is ewlangered by the ' frightened, however, at this terrib'e condu t in olhce of John Clipps Wick A Railroad Mescage. t.e iie'at nin ' .' StjKi5olm StT 1 description, because, fortunately. I am Iille I eckham and his minister pleni Percy pru.vs. of distress, that went up from the ten forces we tippo&c. It Is a light not for In his aialress of March 1!) he boast ants in the liekL--. He had oolv .10 Cutter. legislation of tills cliaraiter hail' also, according to Mr. Iteckham; an ig potentiai.v and envoy extraordinary If ..r or of speech ' tile freedom of fully Incorporates a message in h.s for lae sb'-el- i .nut rliej of Su h is the im been lope.iled and condemned else-- ' but for industrial Independi nee. the noramus aril a fool and therefore not one 1 Haley, ll-opening s,,eech. With all my malev- - rumble of ears, t.e cuild mt -- ,.,. t'i,. Co. liberation wf the market p'm e. from especially dangerous. My demagogic posing figure which Mr Iteckham has where, wherever right thinking and olence I h id assumed that he would s kindly but rebictantl.v consented to forward looking men had the power to seek to conceal it and was a)m.s; woman in rags torn 110111 the lnesulej the oiipression if monopoly. That methods of campaigning are. lie ami made a beast or tu nlen 111 us. discredited and obsolete be- sketch of himse'f. If his friends will wipe it from the statute hooks, it monopoly is sei'urod and niaiutaiued A I wish aenaaac-j- ; to 11.il vv- a- tix.il upon becait. his ga-:cause of the more general dissemin.i draw a halo over the half tone cut ap- - should not. of course, be tolerated in ashamed to mention it. by moans of tin "holding company." your attention ton few sentences call- the gtildei. returns 01 corporations A holding company is a corporation tion of education and knowledge pealing in the daily papers they will Kentucky. - . in r tiim ed Tit raiiuoiu from that rem irka tile by i.elmout at.d Morgan So he i recognize the likeness lustantlv. controlling and operating innumerable among the people. Ten minutes- - inspection of the stat- utterance. "We are pleased." says In. blandly muck- - the.r inhery during that I am not surprised tliat my blatant Imagine Mr. Iterkham uimn the floor utes of any progres-iv- e oilier companies oer which it has sestate will "that there has been au im lease in1 cured control and by which it seeks to of the federal senate regaling ills vanity has shocked this roth en- - states teach him that those who seek to pre- - mileage, in the value of milroad pro- - ' terrible hoi.r with tlie assurance- "we are ple.isci! to observe that the ot.ii obtain an undue aihantage over it staid and state! colleagues with a man. .vty speeclics tie protests "con vent railwajs from operating coal erty-an- d in their earning- It is :. sist of two parts first, extravagant companies and steel mill; from own good Indici.tion of the prosperity of try Is all right, -- nice theie has U'i i competitors. The control of these com similar jierfotiieime. Imagine him e an Increase of luileage in the value of of iu.v self. and. second, abuse of ing timberhiiiils j prai-to some senator, who had criti tr . T - s jinnies Is imaii.ibh seemed bv pur town sites have our people. There is no intelligent railroad 111 pi their earnchasing their securities or by acquiring ireil a bill vviiii h he had ofVivd or a me." A comparison of n:v egotistic in. had no need to rt to d'shonot citizen who does not want to see the ings." This,ipert and according lo his un.11 contheir property and franchises. Such vote wiiii h he had east, bv :etorting ' tcrance at (Juisgow with ids bashful methods to seelir.. the nt.1 ....I m ' railroads prosper and earn a fair ill?- 1. ...1 r... tn.. - ,,-;- , fession, is his prm.e and apiMirenily .iiiui.i-uii....1 ii.usrt$? '7" jry " T"1 blnatlons of cajiital cannot he the senator was a coward, a liar f m.riessiv.. ml intelligent Iileiitl for their owners, and any legisthat his .sole critenon tiy which to measure withtut the iKiwer to deal and a fool and a demagogue, that his ;es trates this difference strikingly. Th lation which cripples them or hampers the jirosiKTlt '" a people. o.curs m my lilasow ad nlclous and perilous latitude dicker in the securities and franchises Hires vere awkward and that he pronoun still giv- their successful management Is unHe ch.irj.e- - that have ul'ty ill ess twenty-seve- n times. Mr. I.eck-ham- . en to raihoads and other public of other corporations. :nnl siu-- trans swell to" i lreelv utih wise and inevcusable '.'lie dein- - of the most wiiii nl luisn'prcscntutiiHt In a spiccli of little over half its Thc-.actions have been unlawful in all well tunes when we can xio ate ties in Kentucky. agugue v would seek to bhu kmail a ' em:'iniiu regulated communities for centmics. done the iro.st nidletil dejurttire fiiun length, refers to himself only seventy- IMg:r II. I'arrar. president of tl1 railroad cotrpany or oth'-- corporation ' aud of demanogue an the arts of a tfci- c' I atone times. I am iimling no fault with Anieiiiau Itar - all the e.inous of It Is therefore necessary to tind lawvvariare and in an ad with the ''lreat of hostile legislation tention to the tllUt lilt- - I.IIM' "I's." however, for! dress recently ' this multlplli it e' SBSkcrs who will unwisely authorize deieiit iltsussji.. . I am ratbiv lu'-lldelirered in Itostou or with the unjust application of the dapiiled mantle of Willi .10 ijnubc .1 ut the aie very weal: "IV after j.11. such illegal and luniicious tniiisae il It iuv the thl.v than i Aug .ti). l!)il. denounced law Is a felon deserving of the sever-- hardly fa'twi trcmi U refah-ttIt is siirpiishig that any man should scathing and unmeasured such acts in est punishment. ni lions before these uiohopolies .' iii i lalevolenre of him who dcilier The law pus-- 1 shoulders Iicfote lie terms. Sa.vs indulge in this f abuse of the -- .lo operatc- p i sons ti blunt nrr.ivv. esj tallv v !u i Mr. ed b. the general assembly of l'.;H attorney for the Lo.usviUe awl Nashopponent for having made a seiie , the .urn is Lad and the urm is, fcelile an ciiarges agaiic-- t htm. :.o one Bccrham Approves "Holdino "To my mind, the most vicious of al. on this suoject gives to our board of ville I'allr."id company in tin- - e.qH.ai of cuitiiiils-Ioucug'.iout I ai- - iit re address .;, of rs power, ample i':.i tl.e piovisions in tlie statutes above railroad the temerity to d "iiy. of the state, the iiiisieiresenlati..ii to b- - utleriy la- Uiu. which he ias vote I against so fur as Intrastate couimerie is ion- - consisting, however, in my JCow. Mr. r.echliani has by his own i e iii in apix-Jii- s e said that he r.r.van's eiiumenitel is that authorizing one assertirm cerned. to remedy any wrongs tli't that he was paid a large salary vvhen act repeitedly conferred thesu rights ..i th.. meager me .sure t dLsceni resolution at I' 'ration to own and vote stock in an hi- Italtimore eoiiven well bred and self mav exist witi- due regard to th merit b) vvlli.-organized In d sijioa eonat'oiis said that Im- other. This provision is tlie mother of tion. He admits it. he was not paid jiiv salary' at all usually dKun mediately np'ju his retlieiuent tiom the lielding company and the trust. It rights of the people and of the rail- - What doe- - it matter whether be w.is tiug nieihiK.Tlt.v lous.-U-- t; In other states lv. Oi course he mildly raps the empIoed on a salary or paid a ser.es lie has furnished those monopolies i,!ii.sht-- ! bet vv eeti iftire and slauie: the ollh-TV f governor he became the p.ovides a method for combining tin road-.DCTj'ilr ui.ea. anLtk4 iK tlu-.-i. ample license to Juggle their securities ami Irony and nsu!t. regularly retained attorney for the I. der one management and eontiol cor- railroads as lie goe- - along to give this of fee-- oi hired b.v the month'- - TV 5 : AfcjolvrtiV t and lo water their stock. and N. He admits it. I sa'd that he porations fioni one end of the nation cunning utterance a judicial air. thing I charged was that he his Caricature of Cppsnents. .. , I very .1 ' I , Mow, I claim that public utilities first reading It sounds like the At o the other. Itefoie these statutes In- - time and "Igned bills jieniiitung certain abuses His talents tu tln.se I k ar Mr. i'.e i.iui I FiiiCaia'-t!- " . should not be iiermitted to issue stock Iieigiits of sUic.ioi tioi ha He admits sign.ng the bills, but says were pissed the ourts of the couiitry well poised statement of a man who corporation- - refusing to take any wrsaniu luo.vs jiio J plies. whenever It suits their iwn enleuce or .., ...' dtiVi'it 1.11 o I ... .! . "Jr lU.'l.l that misconstrue theirVharacier and liad hdd with gieat uiiauimitv that it did not love the people less, hut tin ..nybody having ron CIlU i Lunch BmJLV t .- - c p ; no little nmrc. A close dieting iiib'ronts. and that stateine-meets the approal of t.vo thuds of 50c; t mz, bi(' I illitertcv. but. M)!iievb..l in iu meaning, and then he himself refuse-t- o is against public policy for one corpo dear railroads ashow that while m. I.(X). Abo "tlie he does not and hele . their stockholders; that there should siirjm-e- , he eiiivssed a discuss th..t vor.v question, fails to i.itimi to hold and vote stock in anoth lnpeitiou will not deny I doiibt Ise i in Ratii-tli-Iwsrs&l. is the voice of Jai oh. the hand always be some tangible value behind as to the mtelliocuce of ILe 3 n r. 10 ! ir age tell ou one word about what they ac- er. and the general gtoimil of the doc voiie t never said what Ilia salary was. ?ir ait, The plain purpose never knew, and never cared That S Orche"ai the stock. If not. !t Is pure water and voter. lie admonishes his anuitom tually do sa j or do mean trine Is that sir h stockholding tend-t- o the hand of Is a fraud upon the purchaser and N of this message was to prevent the is immaterial, i Does he claim that siic-- laws were t his tcstraii. trade and to foster mono ROOM PRJC23 V that their lack of uisernment ma.v ll.1i; pas-duaddition: V often a fraud iiihiu the public. No. pnl.v. That this duett me is true has legisl.ituie of as absolute! true tn.t two r.ulri Is lead theui into fatal error. "It is, ol uece-s.railio.ul legislation, it will be retueiii Woodrow Wiih raisbj water aiu WiNon as governor of ."(flit j pie. That there was a popular deim'nd for 'veil ilemoi.strated b.v the fact that paid him thesl'iu o. coiirac." sa.vs he. "true that it is diUi privAlo tciiet $1 per day .New Jersey and as president of the herd that it this ver.v time the ques 1.111st of the great trusts have cult in a campaign fu.- - many .oter.-t- o such legislation; No. clothe'i tion of paramount importance before perhaiis and for tl...t nieasl s,m, tK. Vit!i erfvat-- ; fc United States has said that trusts and 1.50 . That they i eie light or wise 01 nev-o '.emselves In the- r.irm or holding agreed decide among the claims of riva. up lo 3.CJ ail legislative bodies national and : Jay uiouojiolies can and should be destroyjust'; No. ompaiiles." ny case aftee-tlntlicv loads voitln.iit candidates and to ileteiu.iiie the 1 state, was ihe enactment of additional 1 ijuoti! his ov.n w ed In this country by forbidding them s "au latin 111 Lvga tamp': i.oit kind consent Mr. iteckham says no one either be lie ..:.i . l'lir oi their si., molt. t, laws for he adequate regulation f their .vit'-i ery things Mr. Ucckham luu-u- i to do the ca..se lo m did tore or since the private hex $2.!J0 a kind ot kindeig.irteii out of ins an Kentucky ever Go.-be-l pass.ice of i and 3eckh3m. them to do. la $3:0 per day. complain of th.'in entil Ml. "Stanley, many .ve.n-- ago lias ever those laws raihoads. He. In so man words tells' torgacing lh.it lie is periiiiitil found cause the legislatute that the. MeChord bill Who does not remit thai SciMiuiig I disapprove. I condemn, the grant- dieuce. lie tin e.ir- - aftir thev were en. .1 to appear befoie the moit august tr You ace cofltally QOlrd to ni ing of such pcrnii-.oiiprivileges and bnii.il that ever assembled in Auienc.i came a candidate tor the senate to criticise them or te seel: to have ' of l'.lOO is "ainpie and suilii lent for all incident in the life of his gleat preibs nctocir n.I iuait.-r- ,. !.. in ye . I' 1. fliein repealed, and then this man di- - purposes" and that an idditiou.il leg cesser when he tnr'uil his Iwc k upon if only ivt a dangerous powers to great corpora j; i.otiii::g el-- i etri .1. wimaiiry of old Kentuckv. in i against me. .rid. j t.ites on my ignorance. ana SMCKfirs wwr .. t. acve. T t Laws of unucves.ary and unjust and ' a king"- - riiiisom. w hen lie refuseil to tious. Tile iu.ui who approves now the the j wiih winch to ass id m.v renin!, seizes character have been condemned this islation is always be a ce!cuuc s.c9l S der lh.it this infant lass may cleat . .11 to use ids own words, "the man vv!i. aicept an retainer that he himself things Mr. KccKhHiii authorized a upon tin 111 as the means of his "seiisis SCEERT 3. JONiS. . years ago Iris no fellowship in a catch his meaniug he ptocceils to hau-- less and iusipteie attacl:.' " il .mack congress and out of it b.v lawyers, leg ..'.., ,t. lftlt,.M :i r.iUmMil will, ttt.i.,. uiteht name, for the performaii. c f a three pictures on the wall. Ills deli "slaters, political economists and lv ' legislation is a felon deserving of the similar service a ml. gn"ing down u; on 4 progressive Democracy. not .be ncss iudicates e.penence. Had In Is senseless and insincere progtessive governors eveiyw here. It had lijen -- i Level est the ragged urchins in tic treet licti.w. Refuccd to Meet Stanley In Joint Deserved an apjueuticeship peddling p!m cause be did not do this almnn.i.ible He would have jolt believe that of the .Mi Cher years since the pas-aturntsl to his tempter with the si bits. tographs and enlarging portraits h. thing, but because, as he clah.is. I am never said a word against permitting "bill. The MeChord bill was a great Official Btredsiy Of Garwra Cosuly. that will eielear him to his ktml the first man who ever coiido.uiiod it. one corporation to hold After lefiising to meet me in joint could not have done it better. An m the sto-- k ()f Ftep. the step of a geuiu- -. but it was fcr til time that they- - tin nevlv mi I have not charged him with the abu.-- e debate. Mr. Iteckham. in an addiess speetion of his handiwork will n nircuii jn.iKe ::.j"i (' .. n.-.i,re Ills chi'iii- - n nruthcr or to keep raihoads from con only a step in the right illrvt'oii. aifi the heiples- .Vllomc-- t Ciwlw.iHKenllh recently delivered at Klizabethtowii, amusing if not instinctive. T..o are ot patronage, .'.ith machine method. t: oiling the businesses the IIch. yi.ii.it . vveie con tliose who iolluvtvd the murdered Wil that no railroad -- ..'steiii hud yet m'i-eJ ear. with sajirekss assessments, levies! indulges in a tirade of coarse and vul caricatures; the third is lieatilic in be to teiupt bhu to de-e- rt gold sfuctnl to (level ip until by the its,. ,ir liani Coebel had advanced K. Maaa. gar abuse, assailing me, not "as a pub ui.e is an ugly old m.u. upon the highest and the lowest in th' dishonest mc'liods I attacked these j mid all that tloebel or .MiChoid hai. them. 'a..e 0:1 till- - lucjiirc- .mil ...i CtreHitUlrk WIKIam 1'eMH.Mnnrr-I- V. II MtAwi. lie servant, nut as a private individual. who "has never had any positive eon public service, until even pi son gia.rds three acts of the ever hoped to :iccoiiiili-- h by this lu,. that: for TrutcJrrFiiiMl B j K. RMimo Ueelanug "that. the gauge b.v which lie vlctioiis upon any debatable or tlisjnit and chnrwo...cn on then knc--. -- . m t;. purpose of eeieprom.sing him. the sole 11k1 bill c.ive the lailroad The MeChord s!it'ilng Of the - ivern-.iComt ;nfRtttf Mtwnciv st (Stanley) usually measures the success ed public iiue.-tlowho cautiuusl.v dirt and suds of pi.-- ai ;!oor. when .1 brow of tl.. hi" overloikitg the city Matm. For years in hi!'., in the report ot couimission the right to not e.setept fr.iur the exactions or of t'lie of liis speeches Is in the amount avoids giving oproision to hLs opin A. .Vrnnt.L the steel comm.ttee. in addiessi-- on rate was unjust and extortionate, but of I Riukfi.rr ami thin': of b' -- 'm.s CoHaty Jii.l-s ilh stuffed ballot uf perspiration he ln been able to Ions upon such ijucslions until after it his liciiei men - tiliev Uociai. VWjriwy U. It. W:ikr. the hustings in Keataii ky. before linan it gave it no power to establish a jit- -i -- ur pleadii.g --civ littv and icrjurtc! election returns. If isude duriiig its delivery" I am not Is apparent upon which side there rate. willingly a . iiir.ag in ' "r. . ahiHi- -t IVmnly Clirt J. W Hamihca. and political all i lNflHUjr .uly ilisiiuaht'ed on account of the faci wajotity and who then loudlj pro I had. how quickly would he have The MeChord bill made 110 provisic a menial pl:.ce in ihe e'.ai.U... of the in CoriHier J. V. Harry TcailinaoH. the ixmntry I have incessantly han t. "O'i. tint is an old story: that oui. that I perspire too freely, but m ges- tlainis himself to have alvvavs lor lestrieting excessive hours of I." lerests that lieiri.eil linn l'lie n uiereif these yeai-shcrHf : A KoliiMxni. before is a twice tola t i.e " tures come iu for a shaie of censure on that siie." That is Met re.iry. bor for rai.'ioad enipioee.s. and jei blance is strikiust. To tl. I)b"UI .sLerltf ..rori; I". 'Ituc. this setiatonal nice was ever dream He considers iii'uself immune, not ed of. tie eoiuplaius of my v io.ent and v The other earicaluie is uglier and two ears before that the Natiou-i- l As language 01 the lute Jim lU.ilue. "it Striutuuilam n4 lifted Ml Jbiiii v gesticulation as conclusive ev) more repulsive still. Wild and furious that Ids conduct is lotnmenilahle. but sociation o. Ilailway ('oiuin: oner& indeed the eseiiilibime f a iiiountaii. KlP. Lays S'arac en LcQislaturo. l deuce or my utler uulituess for had demai'ded such legislation, and a to a mole It'll, of Hvpe-- . ian to a sal.vr. Asesor I)av his body dripping with pci.,pirat!on because every yet of liis has nthir lit-- ap Jtrpmjr been discussed or it Ills not If it has Another evtise csor K. . Rjr. position. I will admit lor the sake of his arms akimbo, false, noisy aim fur lew months after he sent in this mes of a diauioed to a d.nmbiit. of a roar Jailer Dave SC&..9. been previously condemned It should proval argument that I am no orator as .Mr timid that is nie. these lulls wlueli is some age, commanding the legislature not Ing lion to a v.'hiiiing puppy " Sij.uri i wr i.f I;a.i9 ;fTiJaH not be criticised now beianse it is old, what stiipiin- -' 1.1 a nian whu is IJeckhum is: lay no claims to that IjCt Us to en let such legislation, twenty-twit two and two together Beatific Picture of Himself 1. W. titw-iu- . as Mr P ikh.in sa.vs he is q states adopted it. The Hepburn bl.i From ISHili to 1!1(H he approves iniquiand if it has not the statement Is false Kraceful and ciiarming delivery w hich Now he invites j oil "patiently and pj because il is new . XAiITl..Vla&. knew iiolh.n.'"" d lues Mr. ISe !cti:.tn adopted in the very .vcar in which this tous legisl..t!ii whit It left the indusmarks all his utterances. In fact, bis triotically" to sjudy the central figure voice is low and sweet, he handles hi,, His oilicial reiord is so rejilete with "of these mils ,,.u hut nothing to do message was sent, provided that the tries of the- state U.und .mil helplc-- s J. N. l.ito lat. IHsl. i .. piss,.,! f)t commission should hive the right to in tile chiti ot a coterie of iiriv ileged LSfHulrOll Jnt. Unit. hands beautifully. I have i.ever no to "fairly and calmly measure ltc blunders that v.'im It vva-- . :mh !e th? with fh."i r. and merits." geni'iiil as.(. . .net came before mi- determine not onl.v v. hen tl.e rate wis Intel ts in l!tt: there was a inn Joii": . tittm ..rJ. I1L. , tlced anything partlculirly wnmg with claimsyou, "performed "It has." he ad issue in 1!07 the Iemocru..c part CutUiiou ::b. llm. ellicient service went to the ding bowwows til or disupp-ii- v a ma his perspiratory glands, and ir tlie.v vises country." excessive, but to pn scribe what will vers.il den mil for remedial and pro- Jhwh l's govj.. i.ii- f The sketching of his 'ority of KS.OtiO. lmt.iitliKf-tfdlng- . b.v. (K)LrrY Bi.vKH or khvhutu) thirty-a! Thev hud iTi'ii get cut of order 1 do not cl ilm to tlie In the be just and reaso i..Me r. es. and should the gressive I. gislatiou which would, if jwn sweet but rather Immobile fey states, follo.vii'g the example of enacted. Iiavl- - uullinvd or repealed .he Tcowp-- t An. (.1.1. Jr. 11, that tl'lt would disqualify liiui for a lures is. he mlvises ns. a painful pre 'act that the Republicans nauicd the ei!lll'i'tee . I: ep .1 'Ih. if ors o.ontll two I: I) VcJiaiti Jul. tI,t. s O. J I rudreu. nt. tMst. (Continued next weclc.) Thoniks f. KlHff. nil. VM. Judges of Men. . CITVOF U.VNASTKK. ts: "What kind of man is he?" "Well, Jlajor U G. Pavl 4n. morhe's cute socially and wonderful CitrJndge J.I'.PrathiT. Leading Manufacturing Tlhnmatl-irirOnfclrlT Prtr3rnt t a P..V...I.. lfaa.lka Ha K nn '! ally." Life. City Attorney J. E. RcMuson. AJiI'L.K. II? Blilt ' blCB i'CUl liMf moni-- back 4U.UUf una to tv caiiaS. our ailt if it I City CWk-F- .lJ. Hurt. Iiara aar acho la anv Dart of tho body inl ?L ::. une. xu.etrn minuira City Assessor John JI. Mount. & Lady Loafers. GOCm At Jill Druggists Infants and Children. For 'rlce i 'S" kj ??i U "3 City Treasurer W. F. Champ. " Fre umpta and circular tent en rineat. Loafers are not limited to the street r" BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. corner and fishing varielies; indeed, : Lmd You Have Always Bought Chief I'oiice I.. K. Iterron. Lexington. Ky.- 133-13- 5 342 East Main St, West Main St. COC.VCIIJIEN ' "wl' L a & u Hit U tho most artistic loafer is the average home-growParker Gregory. J H.Dalton. princess who considers irs the Kentucky. herself an ornament to society. AtchLexington, W.Jt. Zanone. Sain Cotton. nature of Dr. J. A. Amon. w. o. .Goodloe ison Globe. New York, Brussels, BelRuim. ifmLies ' fui HAM r I s lc-bi- i i EX"ieifOFnor's Soescii Force ( i I'e-klia- Jr j coc-mlsslo- Ucokis mimih tii-ne- d, y ab-stai- 'i tvl-Ts- e H 'dll. C" s 1 1 ' ! 1 l. pie-ide- nt cobj-missio- 1 later Insure es e ottt-use- . l . ni mm sc-n- 1 sIim-cio'- su-inl- ue M-ij- !, . . - s ! j e j0 t ii.-- s '''" - -' J a' .n Ide ' '':-!- s tegis-latui- s pa-s.- d. 1 , illu-tno- l. 'a-Io- - J.t-l1iijfcv'!t,y' j i 1 lf. ; i -- m msi-ieiic' . q. ' ad-I-e- ; t.u-fiel- e Soufuern Slo iiejanion, j g ' .- -- . re-o- I -- J- t 51 1 1 h Ih-c- ) e j , r l't-.iu-s- i asso-latio- f.-l- I 1 i. r , bci-am- e oom-panies- ." Ii 1 - . coi-th- thl-an- re-sjj- - J!ote5Heny'V'at?. 1 -- il i- -i ..'- .jt-j"- "! ! 1 f- sii-iil- - s 1 at-e- pt u.-n- r '.,, pr b-- I -- s s a , li. 11. tew-sho- 1 I piini-linieii- t." 1 ve 1 ite-me- one--wi- 1 i, ll - legi-latu- n, h.-.i- ir r 0tll s C v I.OX-c.- -n I m-e- 1 b'-e- verv-ubv'- ses. s re-e- ehe-me- -o .; oliii-i.-i- ' -- o t-r VV 1 H4-.- Victor Bopert SUBSCRiBE FOR ft-- . W K B.11 Jewelers Importers Tlie m f m, m 1 'OR A L -- n -:- $1.00 Per Year. (ZM SsfJv ' fSv if. f. " l iV. . The Central Record, Thursday July ;2,49 14 THE GREAT 1 FARMER'S COLUMN .7! fQ$&M&&S&&&$& THE WORK HORSE. The work teams of the farmer from now on more than any season in the year aTe his fortune. Do not be wasteful of the energy, the health nor the general condition of your power animals. Give them the proper tools with which to work good harness, right rations and reasonable care. They will repay you many times over In greater efficiency and in perfection of condition at the end of the long, hard working season. - PRESERVING Decay. FOODS. in mm mm m utmnnuuuiw. Pvthias Stanford. Kv.' AiuSust 16th'. 2fJth and 21st. 1914. SijOOG WWtwtcmWJWHf dpaco below this beading la for (be uxclu-lr- e use of our farmer subscribers, and la foi (he sale of slock, gram and such tluugH on arm as the farmer cannot afford to ndver tfse. No notice ulll le accepted oer foui lines, and will be only In wo ls.ues of free of charge Saddle Stake Coll 3500 Harness Futurity, Stake rf' R K $100 For. Sale:-- A feet Jong by 9 tobacco bed 300 feet wide. J. T. Pope. " Marksbure, Ky. fine Third DeKined to ho. thr issf Cnnntv Fair in Heitrai Kentucky. i, Annual Exhibition.' Floral Hall. Poultry Show. Entries to the above Stakes close July 15, 1914. For further i Information and Entry Blanks, Address Mr. T. W. Conn, Lancaster Route. No, 1, has 8 yearlings and one mule, he will sell at a bargain. I am standing my fine Red Short Horn Bull W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Kentucky. Secretary. at 3t $1.00. J no. A. Ray. Mrs. Maiy Clark on Lancaster and Coppercreek pike, has a cutting box, mowing machine and hay rake for sale cheap. All in good repair. Strayed to my place, near three fo.'ks ot Sugar Creek, about May 11th, a hog. Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges. Bill Grimes. I have for sale, one 4 year old Jersey cow, two 2 year old jerseys, with calves and a nice heifer, fresh in fall. & genuine jjts PPf Jl . F. M. Tinder, Lancaster Ky. Strayed to my place about June 1st, one 800 ponud steer, which owner can have by provi-ithis notice. i i same and paying for MARK OF THE MODERN FARM ' fc f July! C VrTLK: H. C. Aruold, Lancaster Ky. STOCK MAKfiP.T. (.rXCIXKMl UNION STOCK Cuttle II inc. i I Butcher Kteers extra.... (icod to ciolce CoMmo.i li f.ur HelUrrf. extra Good to ciiolos Coir.nou to fair Cons.extr.i Hood to choice C'oiumoti to fair Calmer. Hull Kat YAUIi.s. siu.,.,, j;:.-,t)-b ju ... s in 7c s. t 7 bii-- 7 .71 :!', 7.Vrt, lu 8 1 s 2:(a.h !" &7ifi 3 ::."( y (SC6ai 5 in ., -- - lmiomn.... buiH 2(si CAI.VKS: extra ... ." Oil r, n, li .' i 50(a.7 (0 2:, ' " HULL WEIGHT . 'FULL SIZE OF WIRE FULL LENGTH OF ROLL VJJM - &$ V.-- A Falrtogood Common and large .. IlOfiS: good iiacki-r- s and butchers Mixed packers Stags Cummou to choice heavy fat sows. Light .Uppers V.'Oalu 7.VK"9100u 5 00 a; si ."hi h iidt 'it 15 4 7i(ffiCj 7 5 7,V iw I'FffP PHONE 27 patiahh m fins, (110 lbs tud Ibjs) MIKKl': extra Goodtocholce rniniiiou to fair .. s :wa, S 50 C7X482"i 4Siift500 4 5"V4 1 75 3 iXKtt 00 BRYA'TSVILLE, Ky. His Favorite. When a girl asked Mark Twain his favorite motto, he answered, "Not guilty!" All Buried In some cantons of Switzerland all the dead, rich as well as poor, are buried at the public expense. Uncle Eben. "A man kin look mighty busy," said at Public Expense. Uncle Eben, "an' yet not be doin' much, same as an engine Kin blow off a whole lot o' steam 1'urn de whistle." There's Always Something Around f the House that needs Refinisking An old piece of f urciturc you hate part with, worn m floors or scratched doors, and as to you Eook about STANFORD. Miss Mary Dee Kennedy, is the guest of Mrs. H. D. Frye at Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pence returned home Tuesday after their bridal tour. Miss Arnola Ramsey, of Paint Lick, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Bright. Mrs. J. F. Cummins and Miss Ida M. Pettus are visiting relatives in Corbin. Miss Pauline Hocker has returned from Lancaster after visiting her grand father. Wesley Embry was at home from Frankfort Sunday with his mother Mrs Miss Mary Bird Givens of Middles-bor- o is the guest of her aunt Miss you'll find infinite usct for Pee Gee RE-NU-LA- C. m - Vsrsich is made for beautifying your This combined Slain home. Yon can easily apply it on any kind of wood. One coat works wonders ca anything that needs rcfinishing. ac - i i Tiy Pec Gee RE-RU-L- it's inexpensive and assures best results clwaye. comes in 11 Natural I'ccGcc RE-NU-L- io-da- y, Wood ttlors, While, Gold and Silver EnameL T PEASLEE-GAULBER- h Manufactured) CO., Incorporated Ky. Louisville, HBEEBRiKisrxBraaaiaaiaiBSBBHaiHgBHaH 1 J. T. Embry. IBBSRH4iSlSi5EE3aS355'aMMMWai !! p7lunDKnBB13EaasnHBH9nHDDHMaBBBKaniinHHiiaMiHHniBniBHB i: If yQrkleaHni valuesyou'll appreciate the Ford. It's simplicity its economy; and its dependability give it a value that cannot bd measured' by its rrice. The Ford is the one car that has "made gooe" in world-wid- e Florence Givens. Miss Anne Davis McRoberts is at home after a visit to Miss Letty Mae McRoberts at Lancaster, j Misses Margaret Harding nnd Susie Roberts, of Danville, were the guests ' of Mrs. R. M. Fiaher Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. N. H. McKinney of j Carlisle have returned home after a visit to his sister, Mrs. W. M. Bright. Mrs. J. K. Van Arsdale and Miss Mary Van Arodale, ot Louisville, are .the guests of relatives and friends here. County Attorney W. S. Burch, lias been confined to hia i ojm for several .day suffering from a severe attack- of gall stone. Robert II. Coffey wno has been here j for two weeks has returned to his home in Youngitown, O. where he has headquarters. ihisBen Bryan, fell from a quite a 4 number of feet Saturday caused by the scaffolding on which he was working breaking. He sustained four broken i ribs. - service. I rT t Five hundred dollars is the prire of the. Ford runabout ;liie louring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty-.f- . o. b. Detroit, complete wjth equipment. ' Get catalog and particulars from i ir cS3SiB f BOURBON '. Tfce , Madison Garage, ltichmindKY;)l iBcorpcr&ted. '" , ONE UJRjr POULTRY Juicy foods, such as vegetables,' fruits and meats, spoil very iiuickly when left In the open air. especially In summer time. The decay of such foods is the result of the action of which are always DESTROYING SMUT. present in the air and hence infect Presence of the Disease In Grain Causes any food material which U open to it. commonly These Heavy Annual Loss. -The presence of smut in gniln. par- known as "bacteria," germs" or miorticularly in the oat crop, causes' the crobes," are all alike in that in the defarmers of the com belt a heavy lOfW. der to grow and so produce with which they may 3x3xsxSK5esx3$$ annually. Last year smut was partic- cay of the food they must have moisbe in contact ularly bad in some communities, aud. ture, the proper temperature aud plenty GROWING TOMATOES. the farmers of those communities can of air and must not be in contact with well afford to undergo the slight ex- certain chemicals which hinder their Rack Supports Fruit Better Than pense involved in treating their seed growth and are known as antiseptics Stake or Trellis. or preservatives. A collapsible rack for tomato plants, oats for smut. We have always liked the formalin Drying Is the easiest and most effbushes and vines can De made of plasmethod of treatment for the reason icient method of preserving food from tering lath. Fig. 1 shows a complete that, although formalin is a powerful decay, but the necessary heat to dry rack put together and ready for use. disinfectant, it Is not a poison in the the material rapidly usually partially Fig. 2 shows a collapsed half rack same sense that bluestone. for instance, cooks the food and so changes its ready to store away. would be classed as a poison. Fur-- flavor. But thoroughly dried foods will To make the racks cut crossbars sixkeep indefinitely if kept from getting .Iff i3rTA teen inches long of lath and nail them damp. to the uprights with threepenny nails. The next most efficient means of SS?' preservation is to exclude the air in canning fruits and vegetables. Heating the material before it is sealed up does two things (1) kills most of the bacteria which are in the food and (2) drives out the air from it. so that when the can is sealed up air tight any bacteria which may not be killed by the heat cannot grow because they have no air. The use of chemical preservatives, except such harmless ones as salt, sugi ar or the products ill wood smoke, Ls objectionable, because any chemical whicirwill prevent fermentation will almost certainly hinder digestion. Moreover, foods which have been properly heated and then carefully sealed do not need added preservatives to COLLAPSIBLE TOMATO llACK. keep them from spoiling. R. W. using only one nail at each joint, so Thatcher. Agricultural Chemist, University Farm, St. Paul. that tlio rack will fold. The sections arc fastened together, says the Farin and Fireside, with wire rods fourteen AGRICULTURE IN JAVA. inches long, the ends of which are lient Commissioner Stallsmith Arranges For to fit into screw eyes In the nick. Exhibits at World's Fair. Cultivate the plants thoroughly until Thomas G. Stallsmith. chief of the f one and or two feet high beKAll AND fore placing nicks about them. When nEALTOT WHKAT I!Y SHUT. ONE ATTACKED department of agriculture and food Interproducts of the Panama-Pacifi- c they are three feet high and have four thermore, it is inexpensive, and an ex- national exposition and United States or live good fruit clusters pinch or cut commissioner to the orient and Straits off superfluous foliage and froMi grow- ceedingly dilute solution of formalin Settlements, has announced that his will kill smut spores absolutely. For ing sprouts. When fruit clusters get treating grain one should use one mission abroad has been completed. heavy see that they are supported by pound formalin to forty gallons of the crossbars of the rack. This is the water. of The grain to be treated should advantage of the nick; the fruit has on a good, tight lioor. after support on all sides and does not break be placed which the water formalin mixture loose from the plant stem, as it often should be added until the whole pile is does when tied to stakes. When the thoroughly wet. Of course it should season is over the nicks can be stored be stirred while the liquid is being in a small space ready for another sea- poured on. There is no need of putson. ting it on with a sprinkler, because a considerable quantity of liquid is needPROFITABLE FARMS. ed, and the essential thing is to use iiiwijMitll, tZJLmf plenty of it and to put lots of muscle Most Successful Farmers Have Large on the scoop shovel handle. Areas to Cultivate. The grain should be stirred and wetThe department of agriculture has ted until the water seeps away at the been looking up a large number of sides, after which it should be shoveled farms in the central west with the into a steep pile and covered with gun- - j idea of comparing profits on large and ny saeKs or Horse blankets ana left in small farms, and the conclusion reach- this condition for two or three hours. ed is very much like that of the New At the end of this time the shovel Yoik experiment station In a similar should again be started. Spread the investigation of farms in Xew York grain out as thinly as the floor space state namely, that in raising standard will allow and shovel it over as frefarm crops it paid best to run a pretty quently as possible. In other words, good sized farm in order to raise the hasten the drying so that the gmiu greatest araonnt of product per man. will not swell. Generally speaking, if making extensive use of horses and the treatment is begun early in the COMIIISSIO.NEK THOMAS G. STALLSMITH. machinery which the small farmr morning and if the atmosphere is rea- In each of the countries he viMted sonably dry most of the moisture can Commissioner StalUmith received excould hardly afford to own. The main points of the more suc- be got. rid of the first day. at least a ceptionally gratifying assurances of cessful farms were that they had land sufficient amount of it so that there is the intention of the nations to particienough to ue labor and teams to best no danger of the grain spoiling. It pate in the exposition. advantage and to raise a good size may be necessary to shovel over the Java will exploit its great production area of crops, and the farm enter- grain sevenil times the second day. In of coffee aud its equally great producprises were so organized as to permit any event it should not be sacked up tion of tea at the exposition and atthe most profitable use of men, Irorscs until it is dry. Of course if treatment tempt to acquaint th people of the is left until the gniln can be .taken di- world with the fact that the country and machinery. rectly to the field it is not so impor- exports large quantities of the finest tant that it be dried out completely. tea grown. Coniuii. .ioncr Stalismith but it is important, as said before, to found much to praise in the system of j have the grain dried before putting HINTS FOR FARMERS. it irrigation in .lava and reports to the '!! in sacks. We have known instances exposition that a unique condition in ty where the cermiuatimr nower of "rain agricultural achievement xists where good coat of whitewash in the "u'as ver.v greatly injured by passing land under const-ni- t cultivation for poultry house would prevent a great through a sweating in the grain sacks more than 200 yea.-- cuntiuues to yield many lice from ever seeing the t after the smut treatment. It will do the highest grade of products in enorno harm and may accomplish some mous quantities. of day. Don't feed spoiled food to the poul good to dip the grain sacks into the Cochin China the commistry, it is poor economy, as they may. mixture in order to destroy the smut sioner that it wn;:ld h::w : magnifibecome poisoned or contract disease.' spores that are attached thereto. This cent display at the exposition and that can be done in the very first instance i.s commission would leave for tlu Burn all rotted food immediately. If you are thinking of putting in an and the sacks hung out to dry, so they United States soon. Commissioner orchard aud don't know how to do It will be ready when the grain is dry Stallsmith also reixirts that the Straits hire a good man to do it for you. A enough to sack tip. Better Fanning. Settlements and the federated Malay good orchard is both profitable and states will make extensive individual pleasurable, but a lot of scrub fruit High Priced Eggs. exhibits. f trees are worse than useless. Eggs to demand the highest mar Don't forget that nil animals need ket prices must be infertile, uniform ORCHARD AND GARDEN NOTES. salt in large quantities. A cake of nnd fresh. By keeping the hens and rock salt should be kept where all the roosters separate, gathering the eggs Make frequent sowings of your faanimals on the farm can easily reach several times a day. storing them in "a vorite vegetables all season. it. Or. better still, mix a few spoon- cool.- dark place and marketing fhem Prepare the land well for melons. fuls of fine table salt in the feed each before they are more than a few days They should-havwarm rich soil. ' day. old a commodity can lie delivered.that Grapes should bo tied to the trellis, . and new shoots which crowd may be The productive life of the average will delight the palates of city cirvoui-ershen is only two years. Some hens are removed. J good layers at three mid four years, In order to make assurance ddjubly Mulch large trees or shrubbery which but these are exceptions to the rule.. certain, producers of fancy eggi al- have been set this spring, it will help As a general thing it will not pay to" ways candle their products before to prevent drying out. fe keep a hen after she is three years old. placing them upon the market. Eggs Chicken wire mt'kes a neatsupport The remedy for sour land is lime and bandied in this manner may be piaced for peas and pole beans and dh'esnot proper drainage. First, drain off all Jn cold storage for any reasonable cost much more than brush. moisture nnd allow the soil to become length of time and will come ,' out The dwarf varieties of limnuKins dry. Then spread ground limestone Wholesome and eatable without ; the are easier to grow and just as good rock and as this works down into the bad reputation so characteristic of as the pole sorts. soil you will find all trace of sourness Utorage eggs. James G. Halpln, SecreTomatoes may be staked or srpwn disappears. tary Wisconsin Poultry Association. on n wire fence. Trim .to one or two During the hot days of summer your branches. It is more work, but larger md better colored fruit results. hens need plenty of shade and plenty Spray Apples and Pears.' ." Become acquainted with the many of water. See. that they are given a Apples nnd pears should be 'sprayed plentiful supply of' fresh water every with arsenate of lead as s0on'as the flowering shrubs and plants in bloom day. and provide them some kind of petals fall from the blossoms, to'check it this season of the year. There are shelter from the fierce rays of the sum- the codling moth nnd pear slug. As nany native sorts that could easily lie mer sun. If you have no natural shade soon as the leaves appear on pear trees aovtil to the home yard. I.elSoy y a sun shelter can be easily made from they should be sprayed with kerosene L'ady. Associate Horrtcnltunst. old bagging or burlap. emulsion or tobacco extract. Farm. St. Paul. f arm n and Best Methods of Keeping Them From Ijarden OOoMK)i)ft.Puui teCOOOOOU4CS micro-organis- are you going to get a First Class WHERE Hair Gist and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond street. micro-organism- Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. 4&. ftil'A Dr. Wm. D. Fryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey s Livery -- Stabl- -. Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky ill $t .w ?. W. Zlorntw, Graduate (ilrssrs Httul. sati.fiictioii Opifpiai ! iit( and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. one-hal- la Seale9Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. Residence Phone Office 4. We-t 220 Office Honra SJde ii.m to 12. 1 p.m. to Lexinstou street B- - F1. Phone 65. DENTIST. "Walteb Lancaster, Ky. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick. Keatueiv. M. K. Denay and W. A. Wfeeeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: Storme BiiiMliiirovei Hurt A Anderson'. Fnrmture Store. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. J-- ! J Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. s Ih-h- Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY. , T trawbeny BS3 JiSs, jams Fruitand Shads Trees Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Eic. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines y Garden No Agts Write for free Catalogue H.F.Hillenmeysr & Sons. Lexington. KentncVv. Nurserymen since 1841. tlci-ersit- CatarrhfCannoi: Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh ls a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and ls a regular prescription. It ls composed 'of the best tonics known, combined wltbtlMt best blood pmiflera. actios directly on tJw mucous1, surfaces. The perfect, cosibina tlon ot the two Ingredient 1 vhifuo. duces 'such wonderful results caiarrn. . Bena ror. testimonials. Ires. VrJsatmnsr & co... props.. Toiedoup. Bold by, TtniMUta. price 75. ,i Take Hairs Tamily Plus fee. constlssUos. . . . t .;. - . . ,.. nn.'w.! "" gtwi-iifaf!.w- Leading Manufacturing I CUKE Or Conn's. GaragcfXancaster, Ry V- - xk 'IDufSb down a chick's throat enres fapes, A few drops In the drinking Trater cares ana prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick disease. One o0c bottle makes 12 callous of medicine At all druggists. Sample ana booklet on "Diseases of Fowli" sent FREE, Bourbon RcmoiW Co. Itxisgta, Jewelers & Importers 133-13- 5 nllaraa Hhmnn&(tri. Rata Htm, Ji VaiiNlal naoWKsks TTa4h& Mini Tovr if ft fftila tn m- lie max wcam xa mnj pan ok ino dqoj: ; cl TI Omleklr mm. 1 Vest Main St. '- ec dnolar Druggist. rrtmMMfli b4ju JLUmn a nooMt. Tna PPIMM1I RFDY CflMPAMY- Sl EMt Mfci at, Lwlattoti, Kyi, 1 abates time. CASTOR I A" ihe Tor Infanta and CMlirea. Kind Ymi Hafi AIwa$ Jhthf Bears tire- Cignaturo of 1 'Lexington, -: Kentucky. ti Or:r lj iew Yorkt Brussels, Belguim. Jtj ' "' LSjCArtftXrJriAAx s T rr-m S. y u. . u. 'c?. "isin' r . fc - ..., hs; ail..:.'1' l w! ,S jr-4- -- -- ., & -- A