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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 9, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914070901_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 9, 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. rWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD. m f Live In The ' PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISBED DEMOCRACy AND OOOI GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 9. 1914. HON. A. HAKES NUMBER 14 AUTO SERVICE TO 0. STANLEY SPEECH OLD FRIENDS cni ii ir--ii ii FOR i. ir Country and have the convenience of the City by Installing Wat er Works in YOUR HOME from your Spring or CISTERN. We make a SPECIALTY of this LINE. Also installing FURNACES and PIPE WORK of all descriptions. LIVE andLET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, The streets are now-- oiled. If you don't believe It walk across the square with our white shoes on. 1 Ky. i ADJUDGED INSANE. Mr. Sherman Sanders, a well known Saturday was a dull "glorious 4th" , c,t.lze" of the Buckeye vicinity, was in Lancaster, and was scarcely notice- - aJudeed of unsound mind by a jury in able save for the closing of the banks the county court last week, and. was comm,tted to the Eastern Hospital for i and postoffice I tne insane at Lexington Ky. The Garrard county wheat crop is an unusually good one, and is not confined CTITD TDPflCIIDV DDDflDT IVLTUiu. to any particular locality. The yield ulHlL llUJrlijUiU vanes all the way from 15 to J5 bushels The balance in the State Treasury at to the acre. the close of the fiscal year. June 30 Owing to the fact that considerable was $818,620.14; school fund. $638,027.- - Kenerai expenditure finds $194,882.-ticipatemore spare was covered than was an- The sinking fund showed a deficit at least another car load of , 26' $14.283.48. of Outstanding warrents oil could have been used to advantage S2506.S78.68; outstanding warrants on the streeU. d, j May 31, $2,272,730.91. There is a great scarcity of garden i sass owing to the drought and what a ' BOY SCOOTS RETURN. few weeks since was a splendid pros- now pect tor summer consumption is .The Lancaster contingent of the Boy but a mass of shriveled terbag-- . ScoutSt who un Jer TJnder ag g Help pay your part of the cost of Mastel". have been for a weeks 'outing oiling the streets, cheerful, even if l "UamP Daniel Boone" returned on snmpnne else does seem to have ten Monaay afternoon, and all report a a little more oil than vou. You will nlost enjoyauie time. Ihe time was spent in rambling reap the full benefit of every cunt you among the beautiful Kentucky river pay. hills, swimming, fishing and various Alas for "the plans of mice and men," other sports dear to the bovish heart the drought cut the blackberry crop, and each member was reluctant to and instead of being plentiful and return home. take cheap as was anticipated, th-front rank among the list of high pricBETTER GET EH LINED. ed articles. y rr ft - t ; Union services began in the chool , , " SCardty last Sunday and will continue th throughout the heated season In other .a"d..?'"nesaof,tef.ure wearing apparel of late, but the ladies places public announcement is being now have a splendid opportunity to get made for 'gentlemen to leave their back at them. The "Palm Beach" and this announcement here suits much effected coats," by gentlemen at would doubtless add considerable to the this time are of about as thin texture congregation. as any article of feminine attire that we have seen lately, and some of the PUBUCAHON DISCONTINUED wearers here in Lancaster would do well to either have their nether garThe Baptist Reporter published at ments lined or else do some extensive Georgetown Ky. with Harvey M. Estes padding. as editor and proprietor, discontinues publication with the current issue Harris a Garrard county boy and LANCASTER. COLORED FAIR we are sorry that he did not find journalism sufficiently to hw likine. or, TbeRecord is getting out neat and sufficiently remunerative to continue attractive catalogues for the Lancaster Colored Fair, which is to be held Aug. the publication of the Reporter. oin, 7m and 8th. Thte premium list is an unusually tifaeral one, and these COLORED INSTITUTE. people say they expect to have the best The colored teachers of Boyle and exhibition they have ever given, and Garrard county will hold their joint they usually give a good one. W. H. Teachers Institute in Lancaster during Harris is president, Clarence Beazley, the jweek of Juljr20th. A competent vice president, "Jerry Doty secretary instructor will tfe in charge and the and Wm. Denton Treasurer. saffle'role will 'apply as regards the The colored people of Lancaster have white teachers, that all teachers who been riving creditable exhibition for expect to teach, in'either of the counties manj'yeaii.'thereTby-se'ttingaexamparticipating are required to attend ple that might well be followed by the Under penalty of ' forfeiture of their less progressive, though much mure , , - financially, able white? certificate ., t, "" J ZnTffT Tr e,e"ent h" bev-buildin- g 'ies 1 Those who have been claiming that The Williams Comedy Co., are to be Hon. A. O. Stanley was inviting his in Lancaster all of next week. This friends out in the state to come to company has an entirely new repertoire Louisville on the occasion of his speakHARRIED SIXTY YEARS. this year, with a complete change of ing there on last Mondayti)ight in order scenery and a good play every night. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson, of to "swell the crowds." will doubtless T Thotr llfiirn "knnn aam". ancasier this city, are enjoyine the enviable h Hlirnr.-atn Vnnw thot Mr RtonW ""'-- ' "",c """ number of years and they never fail to .. j . i i. .. record of sixty years of matrimonial spuite to iauu interested listeners on bliss, which they celebrated on their that occasion, and of that number there amuse and please large audiences, and anniversity. last Monday, July 6th was perhaps not 25 from outside the their coming is looked forward to with much eagerness. "Billy" Pumphrey These good people are enjoying the city of Louisville. best of health and are receiving the Mr. Stanley's effort is conceded by a local boy is ahead of the show, and congratulations and best wishes of press and people to be the best of his usually remains with them during their their many friends in wishing them campaign and one of the ablest speech- week's stay ii Lancaster, and the fact many more years of happiness in which es ever heard in Louisville. There is of Billy's connection with it adds to the popularity of the show in Lancaster. the Record heartily joins. scant doubt in the minds of any of those who heard him but that his speech will be prolific of much good to his SCHOOL BOOK QUES cause. respects to He paid TION DECIDED. Beckham, his one of his opponents, Percy The question as to what books shall Haley and Sam Shackelford, hisfollow-- l be used in the public schools of the ers. and Editor Dick Knott of the Post IN SOLVING HIGH COST state during the coming school term without tne mincing of words, charachas been decided and they will be ob- terizing the latter as "a political ren Of Living Problem In Louisville. tainable by the first Monday in August, egade and harlot who exerted a conat which time the schools of the countv taminating influence politically, socially Have you noticed the large advertisewill begin their 1914 session. and morally, and whose relentless hate ment of the chain of stores in LouisI wear as a badge of honor." ville called "the Quaker .Maid stores"? He deeply censured Beckham for his OFF These stores were established and are alliance with Knott, whom he charged principally owned by Bob Hughes, with condoning the assasmation of WilTALL TIMBERS. liam Goebel, and holding up a copy of formerlj of Lancaster. He alreajy has fifteen of these stores, and is Post exclaimed "and this is the Dr. W. M. Elliott and C. W. Ander- the establishing more at the rate of one a son left this morning in the Doctors vile sheet that has the impudence to week, will continue to do so until to the people of Kentucky whom fifty and handsome touring car, for the home of dictate are reached. These stores buy Mr. J. S. Bowman, in Lewis county, they shall choose as their Senator. and sell strictly for cash, and are thus He charged Beckham with cowardice stay of several days. We are infor a enabled to undersell their competitors. formed that Dr. Elliott goes primarily upon the liquor question in that he For instance the proprietors of these for-th- e purpose of analyzing the famous played both ends against the middle as stores recently invested 530,000 in health giving waters of the Bowman the time and the exigencies of the oc granulated sugar, and are retailing it Springs, with the intention probably of casion demanded, with being a temperto their cubtomers at 4J cents per erecting a private sanatorium for his ance man out in the state where such pound, cheaper than the retailer can patients, The genial Doctor is enjoy- a position best suited his cause and now purchase it. Bob is kept busy ing a well earned and lucrative practice then catering to the whiskey element riding from one store to the other, and is always on the lookout for the in the city of Louisville. auditing and superintending the We give below a few extracts of the comfort of his patients and friends. arraingnment of Mr. Beckham "Now Mr. Knott and Mr. Summers GRADED SCHOOL PROassure the people of Louisville that Mr Beckeam is the avowed and capable POSITION DEFEATED. foe of State wide prohibition: that it IMMENSE STOCK The good geople of the Buckeye sec- was to him and to him alone the dis THROWS tion of the countv do not take kindly tillers of Kentucky owe their escape to the Consolidated School just at this from wholesale destruction; and it is OF GOODS ON MARKET time, as was indicated by an election suggested with an implied and sinister held in the district on last Saturday to menace, that if Mr. Beckhan is not AT REDUCED PRICES. take the sense of the voters on the nominated to the Senate that their beOn next Saturday, July 11th, the imquestion of furnishing wagons for business shall pay the forfeit, not transporting the children from the re cause of any injury to the public, but mense stock of R. S. Brown will be mote portions of the district to and to satisfy the baffled rage of a disap placed on sale at greatly reduced prices. This stock is new and choice and confrom the propossd school. There were pointed politican. "In a recent issue of this same sists of everything in the way of ladies 48 votes for the proposition and 56 News Mr. Sommers says: and gentlemen's wearing apparel, and against it, a two thirds majority being required in order to carry it. The pro 'Some of the liquor people are trying the prices are unheard of. It takes position is tabled at least for the pre to hold Beckham responsible for the two entire pages of the Record this Legislature. Then they ought to give week to give a detailed description of sent. him credit for defeating State-wid- e this sale. As an attraction during the prohibition.' sale a handsome piano will be given DROUGHT GROWING "Mr. Beckham's sponsors boast that away absolutely free to his customers. he controlled the Senate, controlled it. Mr. Brown is a unique ALARMING. I am told, two to one, and yet that always onenng the novel advertiser. to attract State-wid- e trade, and the courtesy with which The drought existing throughout the Senate put the kibosh, to those who enter his store are treated, Bluegrass section is assuming a serious prohibition. pro and the fairness of his dealings, coupled "Was the defeat of State-wid- e aspect, and unless rain comes at an early date to the relief of the stricken hibition made the price of the support with the splendid bargains to be obdistrict, the monetary loss will be in- of the liquor interests of Louisville? tained, has gained for him a goodlj calculable. Just at present tobacco is Under which king do you serve. share of the patronage of this and ad suffering considerable, while meadows Bezonian? Speak or die! Are yov wet joining counties. and oats will be cut short for the lack or dry, Mr. Beckham? Are you for or Will of sufficient rain. Within a very short against the Hobson resolution? time the corn crop will begin to show you, if elected to the Senate, espouse the effect of the lack of rain, if it is. or oppose national prohibition? Did not already beginning to do so. The you aid or did you assassinate State MEET most serious difficulty however, is the wide prohibition for Kentucky? "Which Beckham is to go to the Sen scarcity of stock water. Creeks are dry, as also are pools and ponds, atethe Dr. Jekyl of Harry Sommers TREATMENT IN THE STATE sprjngs are tailing rapidly and there and Dick Knott in the cities, of the Mr. Hyde of inveterate and implacable hosis a greater scarcity of water than has OF CASEY". been known in years at this particular tility to the liaur interests in the drv counties? time of year. Whether a majority of the people Inspector W. O. Rigney went to of Kentucky are prepared to abolish or Liberty on last Friday taking with to tolerate the manufacture of intoxicat- him the following Royal Aich Masons: ing liquor within the bounds of the J. W. Sweeney. A. T Aiiiitrson. J. R. Commonwealth, I do not know. It is Haselden, R. L Elkin, J. M. Farra, difficult to determine the trend of H. V, Bastin, W. R. Kastin. Henry public opinion until the public have Simpson, John A. Conn, F. P, Fribbie July 4th, Crab Orchard Springs was spoken. Just how wet or just how dry and George Smith Jr. Tne trip was at its best. Early in the morning many is the State of Kentucky I do not pre- made in the automobiles of Messrs. Haselden, Elkin and Walker. The guests at the Springs were called to- tend to say, but this I do know gether on the large verandas and on Kertuckians wet and Kentuckians dry team led nine candidates through the At mysteries ot Royal Arch Masonry. the front of the grounds to hear a vio- alikeadore candor and courage. lin solo by Miss Nell, after which the one time they have followed the standard Part of the crowd returned home on Rev. Miller, an evangelist read a Psalm of prohibition and another they have Friday night, the remainder staying from the New Testament followed by aemanoeu tne nignest measure of in ever Saturday for a days fishing in This Green river. All of the party are loud a song which all joined in chorus, "My dividual and personal liberty. Country Tis of Thee", after which the much I do know: differ as they may in their praise of the splendid treatentire company joined in The Lord's upon a moral issue, Kentuckians never ment accorded them in the capital of have and never will rally to the stand- Casey. Senator Charles R. MontPrayer. gomery was among the candidates, and Dr. Martin, a Chautauqua lecturer ard of a coward! "Mr. Beckham, in a double deal and that clever gentleman and Henry then delivered a most patriotic address, which was thoroughly enjoyed from the playing a dual role, has at this hour Thomas of the Casey county News left oldest to the youngest, only such as one lost the confidence of the advocates of no stone unturned in their efforts to like Dr. Martin could give, carrying his temperance and the respect of the op see that the visitors had a royal time while with them audience to the highest to which is ponents of prohibition." Mr. Stanleys speech was loudly apbeautiful and divine, then gently lower ing his well cultured voice with a most plauded throughout its length, and LOST; 7 beautiful flow of language, to even there was everything to indicate thaj amuse the many gay children who his remarks were having a telling ef A dark brown hair braid. Thfnk it spotted the, grounds and were decked fect.! The crowd which was conceded was lostjon Lexington street, close tc in red, white and blue.' At the close of to be one of the most representative Square. Finder please retnrn to this the day the children with many colored which ever greeted a political speaker office. lights sent fire works through the woods in Louisville, was remarkable from-- the which were enjoyed even by those who fact that not fifty people left the Nat; were' still coming at nine o'clock. ional Theater building, where the COLLAPSING ROOF There taa a large ball given in" honor, speaking was held, fully an hoar and . CAUSES SERIOUS INJDRY. of the occasion and the music wa3 most thirty minutes. excellent and patriotic. Steve Lewis, a well-knoMiss Leona Gott of Richmond is visit colored Will Denny is amot excellent walk carpenter was seriouslyand perhaps ing her aunt, Mrs L..N. Miller. er. He was tested at Crab Orchard Mrs. Pauline Underwood, of Parks- - fatallv injured Wednesday afternoon Sunday when he walked 117 miles. when theoof of J.R. Haselden's Porte" ville, Ky. is visiting her When a lady asked him the cause of cochere upon which he was working? his nervous state of mind, e said, "I Mrs. Frank Bourne. callapsedS His head was cut have been; trying to fine some one to Mrs. Morrison Archer and children crete bWafe upon which he fell and'fae ' She in feed my hone." her timid way pf Jellico, Tenn. who are spending be injuries. Mr.l bloihiogly told . him to please 'never summer with Ky. relatives spent the J. K.Htadden. Hogfea Aldridge walk bo far again, come at once to me past week with her moce Mrs. ,... .. z. Frank ' 4IBUJ ASWIjr - WHO UK, UM? fWJI &V UWHI and I will feed your horse. Bourne. ' mk escaped unnurt. 1 . Mr. J. S. parties of seven or more to Crabr' Orchard every Friday and Saturday night; for $1,00 for the round trip. CRAB ORCHARD. Haselden's auto will catry TELLING -- IN THEATRICAL LINE IN WE ARE HEADQUARTERS To Immense Audience In Louisville. LANCASTER ALL NEXT WEEK Oil Stoves. yppiipiiiifiiirtfi, SV'i,-V- '; An ""B nj. Make Your Kitchen Com- - i on Stove .rill "Tsxfii lispJ IcM IV d v&$z! LANCASTER BOY ASSISTING wm Ex-Go- v. fortable Oil J h Do It. Stove Ranges &.Glctss Door Ovens Cream-Freezers, FORIhE Refrigerators, Ice Ice Boxes, i Water Coolers. Screen Doors and Lawn Mowers. LUoi Belli I HlHo T Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 1 LSI ii ii ii ii ii i rJ :- R. S. LOCAL MASONS ROYAL ES. SATISFIED CUSTOMER gene "That comes to M ally says shop when sheappreciate our butelicr it. She knows that she'll continue to get the Last BEST CUTS ran give her. whether porterhouse, sirloin, rm:ml or flank. We make it a buMiics principle to sell the Steak BEST QUALITY of meats and to give ALL Was Fine!" isfaction to trade. at ALL TIMES. We vite YOUR Davidson & Doty. tlij- We we satin- ifrSflfriUMtriJ. flffi&J a frttl a mMiMMMSmM Great Summer I CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. ftlIVS X 1 x wMwl mM Is what you will get in a ' BUGGY, WAGON OR . HARNESS a E3 Compare my prices and quality with others. grand-daught- er by-ac- on? isaJso-MringHitnia- I - t- 1 tmis V' V t, ?v &H'!iJi0Ulfi0111ii!rMiSlIrll: rfU mmAm - t JNf - Ji.V -- y. - I Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday July 9, 1914- - very Suit In The Store At Cost .JL aJ A i t "V sgsssM&a;Hmi!iwg;r.Hegr Fifts - f JLJL jli dy u - j.;t3S5sfiMS6&i iiwwimi In order to make room for the large stock which we have purchased for the Fall Season, we are going to sell every Suit and Low Cut Shoe in the store, at cost, for the next 15 days. See prices below- .for New Merchandise. See Prices Below For New. Stylish, This Seasons Clothing and Shoes. sale price 0. Men's fine Suits worth worth $20., sale price Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits worth $18.. sale price Men's fine Suits worth 17.50, sale price Men's fine Suits worth 16.50, sale price $2"-'.5- $16.75 $14.75 $13.75 S13.25 $12.75 Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits worth 15.00 sale price worth $12.50, sale price worth $10.00, sale price worth S8.50, sale price worth $7.50. sale price $3.75 3.25 2.75 -- .25 1.75 , $11.75 $9.75 $7.75 $6.25 $5.75 Boy's Knee Suits worth $10.00, 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.;5 2.25 1.75 1.50 1.25 1 , $7.75 iGSO S5.75 $4,75 53.75 No Cut Will be made on any Palm p .Beach Suits. S3.25 2.75 2.25 1 .75 1 Cut Prices on all Low Shoes for Men Women & Children Men's low Shoes Men's low Shoes Men's low Shoes Men's low Shoes Men's low Shoes worth worth worth worth worth 5.00, 4.00: 3.50; 3.00: 2.50: sale sale sale sale sale price price price price price Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies low Shoes worth 3.50: sale price low Shoes worth 3.00: sale price low Shoes worth 2,50; sale price low Shoes worth 2.00; sale price low Shoes worth 1.75; sale price Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes Boys low Shoes worth worth worth worth worth 4.00; 3.50; 3.00; -- 50; 2.00: saie price sale price sale price sale price sale price .50 Come early and be among the first to take advantage of these low prices which last only 5 days. Examine the NewStylish Clothing and Shoes and determine yourself whether you are getting a bargain. The store with this season's goods. yTT- WiLU-ixum- new-up-to-dat- e Jas. MR. HERRON BACK ON THE W. DO NOT WASTE THE- - HOUSB OF QUALITY. threadbare, and it will not be accepted in future, you will either go to work at honest wages, or else you will go to work for either the town or county at NO WAGES; choose you now which you will have. Now mind you when we say you must go to work, we mean exactly what we say, no flimsy excuses are going to be accepted, you cannot bring in some man who will testifiy that vou did a few hours or possibly a days work for him week before last, j ou must show conclusively that you are earning an honest livelihood by the sweat of your brow, else you will be convicted under the vagrancy laws and suffer the penalty. The authorities have been making an investigation of the situation, they have observed closely and have the name of every man and half grown boy, both white and black, who constantly loafs about the streets, catching an odd job of a few hours every two or three days, and they have fully decided that these will either get down to actual work, or they, will bo placed where they will not be an eye sore to those who have to toil for a livelihood. This is intended as a warning, the last one, heed it or ignore, the former for your own good, the latter at your peril, for surely the officers of the ton and county aie determined in this matter, they have been appealed to entirely loo often, and they have determined to have a general cleaning up The time of year is approaching when both town and county begin work on their streets and roads, each needs hands, do you hh to assist at so much per day day and your board, the former to be applied upon a fine assessed against j ou for vagrancy, the latter down at Uncle Dave Ross with a cell at night for vour bed room? No. well get to work, the sooner the better for yourself. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Smith TO SADDLE The Store that always does exactly what it advertises. The Sentr&l Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 IMttfe&esttttfcftM! S5aftac.j 35 a yeak. , JOB, CITY WATER. J. Entered at the ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Business l'o-- Manager. as Second t Oflice tu Lauciter. Ky., IU Mail Matter. Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., July 9, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements, S 5.00 For Precinct and Citv Offices ""or Count j' Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 for Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .10 iine .05 Obituaries, per iine An idle mind ii the Devil's workshop. There is entirely too much idleness in Lancatc", ami the natural sequence ol idletiest., crime, i naturally beginning to bhow itself. This must be stopped, the vagrant lavs are to be rigidly en- forced, the decree has gone forth, and those who are accustomed to loaf around the street', refusing every offer of worl. will do well to heed this injnnc tioc, go to work or suffer the consequence. He who runs may read, and he who reads, if the injunction applies to h'Ti. vill do well to run, else he will want to run and can't. There has been considerable petty crime about Lancaster of late, and to come upon the streets and see the number of idle men and half grown men and boys loafing about, one scarcely wonders that there is not more. Loafers begin to congregate in the early morning, noisy, cigarette smoking nuisances, they waken those who would sleep and disturb those who are working. Like Opie Read's flute player, they follow the shade throughout the day, to the disturbance and annoyance of all who come within the sound of their voices. Out in the country haying is in progress, threshing is go-- J ing on and the threshermen are trying in vain to fill out their crews, corn is suffering for plowing, all kinds of work to be done, and no hands to do it. Ask one of these gentlemen of leisure to work for you, his answer will be "how much do you pay", but vith not the least idea of accepting labor at any price, then "I have been sick and am not able to do that kind of work." Very good, that excuse has been worn COUNCIL MEETING. The City Council held its regular monthly meeting on last Monday night. Owing to the absence of the city attorney. wh- was out of the city, and the further fact that the weather was extremely warm, only routine business was transacted, uurrent Dills were vouchered, and further busines was postponed until their next meeting. - BIG WHEAT CROP. There are perhaps more threshing in operation in Garrard county than has been here before in vears. A stranger coming into the county might easily think he was in the bannerwheat county in the state of Kansas. A threshing outfit is to be seen on nearly AY9AWV n 4 n4 me L. cfcij iuou Aum ALn cueeriui ! 100c 01 their whistles is constantly in your ears. AH of which spells prosperity. ngs A You do not waste your cister water this dry weather do you? We would judge not. Well the city's supply of water is not inexhaustable. and while there is a goodly amount in the lake, DANVILLE FAIR SADDLE more than is usually there at this period of the year, yet if it continues to be COLT FUTURITY. taxed as it has been, unless we have copious rains in the near future, we i are liable to again face a water famine. HE WILL LOAF NO For toals of 1914 that are registered In the event it gets too low, the water would be cut off and saved for or eligible to register In Saddle Horse MORE FOR AWHILE. ' emergencies, fires etc. This would Breeders Association. This Stake will be contended for at work a hardship on the majority of the John Watson, a star member of Lancitizens, and the best way to avoid this the Danville, Ky. Fair, August 5, Cand caster's gang of colored loafers, was Ij hardship is to use the water as 7, 1914. held in the um of $150. to await the Condition No. 1. On July loth, the economically a3 possible and try to action of the grand jury on a charge make the amount hold out until the color, markings and sex or colt, name of misappropriating corn and oats. of sire and'dam must accompany the fall rains. John occasionally drove the city cart Now that the streets are oiled, there first payment of $3.00. and cared for the horse, while serving Condition No. 2. On July 20th, an I is no . necessity ior sprinkling tnem, in . ,, . . -. in this capicty he went to the Garrard -ue paiu 10 m ' '? " Milling Co. and bought one barrel of fact it isdetrimental to the oiled streets the Secretary of the Association, which , to sprinkle them, and the cessation of. corn and 4 bushels of oats and had it TV rtrtlf- tn alwittr so much sprinkling should materially ontit uo charged to the city. This was a ri ftnm Mm- ,duplicate of an order lie purchased in curtail the amount of water used, and ions of foals in this Stake,'$25.00 will if we will be careful of our supply, like manner on June 18th, and the be added by the Association and will be will be ample for all purposes. frequency of his orders aroused the there divided between the four best foals; 50 suspicion of Councilman Gregory, who per cent to first: 25 per cent to second; is a member of the firm from who the PURCHASES TWIN LEAF" 15 per cent to thud and 10 per cent to purchases were made, and he started fourth, in full without discount. an investigation. John when called H. C. BRIGHT, FOR GOLDEN SEAL. upon to explain, said that after getting Secretary. Mr. H. C. Bailey the senior member the last order he tealized that he was purchasing too much and took part of of the well known local firm of Bailey it back to the mill, leaving it upon the & Lewis, produce dealers, recently purBUCKEYE platform. He was taken before Judge chased a large consignment of what Arnold and this explanation did not was represented to him to be, and what) prove satisfactory to his Honor, and he believed to be "yellow root". Now Mrs. Joe Ray has been quite sick. John will remain with Uncle Dave until genuine yellow root, or golden seal is Mrs. Mary Clause was the guest of "Big court". worth $3.00 per pound, but "twin leaf 'I Mrs. Joe Ray Monday. or a species of the dock family, .which Miss Barbana Gulley entertained very much resembles it. is worth onlv NOTICE TO WATER as many cent3 per pound, and not in quite a number of young people 'V CONSUMERS. demand at that price. The purchase made by Mr. Bailey proved to be twin Miss Barbara Gulley has returned All those indebted to the town for leaf, causing a discrepancy of $2.47 : home after a visit to her aunt Mrs. water will kindly come forward and per pound as against Mr. Bailey, be- Ollie Potts of Mt. Sterling. settle at once, as we are in need of tween the actual value of the commod Mrs, Huston Gulley and charming money to purchase the winters supply ity and what he paid for it. His bad of coal. A great many are in arrears judgment was not discovered until a daughter Miss Barbara and Master for water and the Council has 'ordered firm to whom he had shipped it in Cin- Frank have been the guest of Mrs. me to take steps to collect this at once. cinnati, parcel post insured, value $35., Joe Ray. The purchase of coal at this time means had returned it to him with the infor On July 4th, a home reunion wa3 a great saving to the. city,- and I there- mation that it was "twin leaf" and not very much enjoyed at Kings Mill. It fore most earnestly request that all in golden seal. was composed of the entire family of arrears settle at once. ' The party who sold it to Mr. Bailey Mr. Roy Arnold, Messes R. M. and L. E. Herron, Sup't. at first claimed that he sold it for yel Alex Arnold of Danville, T. M. Arnold low root, and did not claim it was "the of Lancaster, Walter Arnold of BryantE-vill- e medicine yellow root, and that the roots NOTICE, and Ed. Arnold of Buckeye, Mes- he sold were actually yellow," which dames J. W, Walker of Lancaster, Wil' All persons having claims against the statement couid not be denied. HowSwope, B. P. Swope of Bryantsville, estate of J. A. Doty, deceased, will ever, rather than go to law they settled We. Lane of Buena Vista. There were present, same properly proven, to the the matter amicably with a small loss forty present including the daughters undersigned executor or my "attorney,-L- . to Mr. Bailey. and sons in law and grandchildren of L. Walknr for payment. Those irf- thi3 well known man, who was once ore debted to said estate,, will call uponne - Large shipment of "Palm of our good citizens of Garrard Cd. A or my attorney and settle same at once. bounteous dinner was spread near the J. A. Doty, Executor, of the Beach" suits just received. river and the remainder of the day was will of J. A. Doty, deceased. W. Smith. 1 spent in merriment and fishing. Mr. Herron has sufficiently recovered from his recent accident as to be able to resume his duties. He so reported to the council at their regular meeting Monday night, and resumed his duties Tuesday morning. Mr. Herron bad a very close call and his many friends are congratulating him upon his speedy recovery. HORSE breeder: In order that we may not have to shut down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when the City Water gives out, we are building a I , 000 0 Gallon Reservoir I """ ... . $ S This reservoir has a water shed of 100 acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs UUr PaOUS and fnendS Can depend Upon US . . w supply tnem with ice and Ice Cream through out the Summer, regardless of weather conditions or the City Water Supply. Yours Respectfully, fKi' T&- - -- Ml 161 ue Grass Dairy SI ceCo ftwwsss8tywseas; 4, Vj wwwwasartwwiwswi B I Everybody should have Lightning Rods on their homes, barns etc. I have the agency for the Joseph Baroet System Of Lightning . i to hi I I -- to - i of River Side Iowa. Ms I I m Phone II X 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. No 50-Bryantsville Exchange. m HARRISON DEAN, Bryantsville, Ky. 3t Jas. aaa as&u aaa&aaaaa iv.i. m V. rttlJ. --.- t '.,fc-- J,K.:&.lii viJa tarty: fcjA' L --... ?A' 6 Page 3 trassra The Central Record, Thursday July 9, 1914 L cr JZ CO Q O to Ui CO c cu D5 52 O CO H CO "T U 3 OS CO C33 CfS CT3 CO " 3 w : 3 "D o O O 3 C3 s a C3 i i. - c a) . : . : s o u c 6 . ? 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F. Cured of Indigestion. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cook visited Mr. tayne. George Connea and sister Sunday. Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson. Indiana, Pa., Miss Talitha Bell visited Miss Ella Mr. Will PaJsons and family visited Blankenship. "My was bothered with indigestion. hid parents Saturday and Sunday. stomach pained me night and day," Miss Ruby Parrish visited her cousin, Miss Martha Ross of Richmond visit she writes. "I would feel bloated and Miss Ina Scott. ed her mother and sisters last week. have headaehe and belching after eatMiss Lena Arnold is visiting friends ing. I also suffered from constipation. Mifes Goldie Pointer of Cartersville, My daughter had used Chamberlain's visited Miss Lizzie Tankersley Sunday. at Crab Orchard. did her so much good Mr. and Mrs. James Parsons attendMr. B. I. Blankenship was visiting Tablets and they she gave me a few doses of them that ed church at Lawson's Chapel Sunday. at Brodhead Sunday. and insisted upon my trying them. Mr. and Mrs' W. D Faulkner visitMr. Bascom Archer, of Williamsburg They helped me as nothing else has l ed Mr. and Mrs. John Merryman Sun- is visiting relatives here. done." For sale by all dealers. day. Bar-te- ls Born, to the wife of Mr. August Mr. Tom Hurt and wife visited her a 10 pound girl, Sophia. HAUKSBUKi. parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parson", Misses Annie and Katie Gill visited Sunday. their sister Mrs. Matt Rigsby. Master William Goins who has been They have taken Miss Celia Pointer Mr. F. F. Blankenship of near Walill from a pistol wound is improving. to Richmond to be treated. Her many nut Flat visited homefolks Sunday. friends hope for a speedy recovery. The Ladies Working Society will meet Mr. and Mrs. Menefee Elmore are at the church next Thursday afternoon rejoicing over the arrival of a 12 pound at 3 P. M. Headache and Nervousness Cured. boy. Misses Nancy Wood3 of Lexington "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled Miss Mamie Holtzclaw visited and Mattie Adams of Lancaster were to all the praise I can give them," cousin. Miss Jennie Lawrence at White visitors at the home of Mr. T. D. writes Mrs. Richard OIp, Spencerport, Oak. Chesnut last week. N. Y. They have cured me of headMisses Violet and Nora Smith were Messrs Tom and Virgil Chesnut. ache and nervousness and restored me visiting Misses Zula and Carrie Naylor Misses Minvil Bogie and Mary Chesnut to my normal health." For sale by all Sunday. recently motored to Parksville to visii dealers A revival meeting will begin at the the Misses Tarkington. HI Methodist church on Sunday the Mr. Robt Clark, who knows how to twelfth. grow potatoes even in a drought proTno mititriinrr rP AT" " TTamlntr nn1 XTtnn cured 72 potatoes from 1 hill while Mr9. Housten Gullev and family spent i Eder Bartels at Griffin station came as digging potatoes for dinner one day Tuesday with Mrs. Bogie, a great surprise to her many friend" last week. Mr. Ben Sipple spent the week-en- d here. Mrs. Edmond Sutton entertained very at the home of Mrs. Forest Curtis. Mrs. Nannie Lawrence and daughter, delightfully at her home last Thursday Mrs. Harrison Ray is still ill at the Miss Jennie, visited Mr. Mason Hsltz-cla- in Honor of the Ladies Working Society. home of her daughterMrs. Doolin. and fomils. Misses Margaret and Alice Sutton asKy. SeveMtlof this place are attending sisted in serving. Miss Lucy Pettus has returned from the "Barn on Paint Lick. a pleasant visit to her uncle, Mr. Joe Mr. John Chesnut and wife of DanMr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold attended Pettu3 at Springfield..' ville, Mrs. J. A. Boner and son John, a ftsVw dinner af Bryantsville Saturday. Miss Rachel Foley returned to of Somerset, Mr. 0. M. Boner and Buckeyes taking a progressive look Williamsburg after a pleasanc visit to wife of Chicago, Mrs. R H. Humphrey and daughter Miss Margaret of Indiana the roads arebeing well worked and her father, Mr. E. Foley. have been recent guests of Mr. T. made much wiier. Mr. Frank Lawrence and little daughMr. Wetley i)jckerson and sister ters, Marhie and Katie Lee were visit- D. Chesnut and family. Pearl and Miss Kt,ryn Harris of Lan- ing his lather, Mr. James caster are spending w;tn Mr. last weekr and Mrs. J. W. Brown. lp the absence - HAMMOCK PltKAUHEKSVlLLK. After the recent & GENUINE ORIGINAL ICIifiSJfe L jai 331 Eleven Car Loads OF Sim I-&S- r SI - :::T -- P " -- H SsnKts- . - l f& Building Material. ifiggB3Bgga53gJr?5gg5 ARK. OF THE ".MODERN. FARM' 1i Just received, 5 ?5$ Twn P.ars nf RrinV Two cars of Sand, i wo cars oi rougn juumoer. Two cars of Cement and Lime. Three Cars of Flooring, Ceiling, etc. wild!, wc uuy 111 m IIIIO I are bound to please. uaiiiuj, JUL puico 'i-- y hr Burnam & Rucker, wt FULL WEIGHT HULL SIZE OFAKIRE FULL LENGTH OF ROLL HC" V.- -X 1 Paint Lick, Kentucky MfflgfUftUIifrJli; - ) - HBE, BiLUl PHONE 27. 1 CO. w BRYANTSVILLE, -- Mee-ting- Hog Cholera uh eek ,.t We are agents for Halls Hog Cholera Remedy, Snoddys Remedy. o$ Cholera Rememy Economy Hog Cholera fnlir T.nrpiT - i l. -"- j E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and Oilier oouiueru awww, "mi iiif Cavara Atfei!r nf "IUV V rmon- - yicRoberfs Drug Store. guddenlyand severely ill with coln At trie first store he came to the chant recommended Chambfeila Colic, Cholera'and Diarrhoea RjT Two doses of it cured him. No on leave home on a journey bottle of his preparation. all dealers. . . f . '' ; r' v " EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO r FARM LOANS The kind of Silos that do not blow down, ,000 to $200,000 and last, are built of cement. We build ceExplain. ment Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, It Costs You Nothing. any height. We have had experiene Save You Money. ces in this line and our work is the best. , Write '. King ,& Son, if you needor telephone us at Stanford, Ky.-cement work of any kind. Cheapside and Short Street.. m-any 1 f t ' -- i&r 5J? - INGTON, 18-t- f- - KENTUCKY. - - - PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. ' The Central Record, Thursday July, 9 1914. STANLEY VIGOROUSLY Webb-Ken-yo- Page 4 Y A shame it permits if I 'do' not' car whethocrats assembled to hold a convention on Louisville, what had I to lose or to Aug. 12 last year to select delegates to er it Is Alabama, Maine or Michigan, n nna oppression and wrong anywhere if J the state Democratic platform conven fear by voting against the win expose It. Crime and oppression have tion held In Louisville on Aug. 15. The bill? neither color nor locality so far as I am chief beneficiary ln this steal, which has no parallel in the history of Kentucky, Have Supported Temperance Legislaconcerned. tion. The steel corporation admitted that was J. C. W. Beckham, who, profiting by the had the effrontery to take a In nearly twelve years of service In these convicts were employed, just as placetheft,the committee on on beYour TO I stated, on the floor of the house, and, fore ttio convention had a resolutions de- the federal congress I have supported chance to worse than all that the reason given cide upA his fake claim to a seat in the all measures demanded by the temperance people. I voted against the army by the steel corporation was that the body. Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE (Continued from last week.) Let him not attempt to deny the canteen and against C. O. D. shipfree miners were members of the Unitdown a chick's throat cures truth of this statement by villifying ments of whiskey. Mr. Beckham talks ed Mine Workers of America, that, ungapes. A few drops the able to import strike breakers from the its author, for it is underwritten by about his fight Imposing a tax of 1 drinking water curesla ana prevents cholera, diarrhoea the very convention he arrogantly and cents a gallon upon rectified whiskv. . that said speeches have been made north, they utilized the scab convicts laws previously approved by Governor at and other chick disease- -. One j the urgent Imitation of thousands of co- Beckham. 50c bottle makes 13 pallons of In 1900 I' introduced an amendment from the prisons of Birmingham. I foolishly claims to have controlled. against The committee on credentials for to the pure food act. forbidding the crB' the,members medicine At all druggists. the felt that this condition deserved exThen he throws off the mask, steps Sample and booklet on Dis- some inexplicable reason did not un- manufacture of rectified whisky with- JtfmCSfr- posure and condemnation, and I ex xldl.v ami detian.lv into th. ruwis" sent .TKtSlS. M.J seat this fraudulent delegation, and out branding It as such, for these very interests into whose oppressing and impoverishing the tobac posed It and condemned it. and spoke In aat Bourbon Remedy Co. Islington, ly then was witnessed in that body a favor of that Co growers of every section of Kentucky service he is presently to enter and Kentucky has seldom produced a amendment. When Mr. " sternly interdicts any additional legis- speeches were it roiiows then. If your more accomplished, a more admirable scene which has no peer or parallel in Beckham imposes a little tax of 1J4 Incendiary and calculated lation, declaring the now archaic law to incite to deeds of a more sensitively honorable gen- the history of Democratic conventions cents a gallon he is a hero, and when and lawlessness the coIn Kentucky. A delegate from thi. I attempt of 1900 "ample to remedy any wrongs operating farmers, they merit the censure tleman than Robert Wick-lifTWool. to abolish the business I am of all law abiding citizens. ley, the present auditor of the treasury floor of the convention called up th that may exist" and stigmatizing any In simple a serf and a tool. My whole life as a .., lt , justice to Jlr. Stanley we. the legislator with the temerity to oppose undersigned, Leading Manufacturing oi me unitea states. the , him "as a demagogue who would seek of the Stemmingmain executive officers "' 1Lj B"fu. con , 0tan!o At my request Mr. Wooliey went to Tobacco association OBa,s, th9 to blackmail a railroad company' and since 1906. the year of Its birth, deem it a Birmingham and made a personal In& "as a felon deserving of the severest simple duty to protest against the reckless vestigation of the conditions existing and misleading statement of Mr. Beckpunishment." When 1 call the coun- ham. The Stemming there. association, try's attention to this remarkable coin- membership of 10,000 residing In thewith a I am Just ln receipt of a letter which 133-13- 5 counWest Main St. e. "!"U in " report of the committee on credentials ties of Henderson, Webster, Union and speaks for itself: T cidence and the subsequent cozy cor'? of M,ssouri and toi t0. Crittenden, extended to you on numberand, in anger and distrust. ner provided upon his retirement from less occasions ' TnnC IinVlC vn tli onoraf Aiiilcanm ef Lexington, Robert WIckliffe Woolley's Letter. Kentucky. invitations paring to literally snew Mr. Rwk-hnoffice by those most benefited by his members, and in response to address its Treasury Department, you, weighted and his crooked allies out of Its month. the north that is here offered as nroof New York, Brussels, Belguim. inexplicable conduct, he admits ap- down as yoj were by numerous public Washington, March 23, 1314. of my subservience to the whisky trust proving the act, boastfully incorporate-- , duties, invariably responded by accepting. Hon. A. O. Stanley, House of Representa- Then it was that so called "followers On-- June 8. 183C, there was introductives: And In vnur KnpwiiiM xvHUa t,it.?..ii.. of the saloon interests and Mr. Stanthe shameless message In his opening and severely arraigning congress a Dear Mr. Stanley Far be it from me to ley," for the sake of party harmony ed in the Twenty-fourt- h the tobacco mo- address, confesses havinc the mil. nujijr, juu were ever sincerely conservabecome Involved In the contest which you resolution almost Identical in characroad's coin in his flank, but accuses tive In counseling a faithful obedience to and my esteemed relative and friend. ana in very pity for the despicable ter and purpose with the n state me of "an utter disregard for the your and federal laws vrv ainroiv Governor Beckham, are waging for the plight in which Mr. Beckham found bill. This resolution was intended to Democratic senatorial nomination in Ken- - himself, came to his assistance. Then friends. truth" because I did not fully explain WILLIAM ELLIOTT. Gen'l Mgr. prevent Offke at Citizens National Bank iut.. uui in justice to you I feel that It It was that Bob Franklin, Ben Mar- erature the shipment of abolition litthat, having served the railroads for N. G. THOMPSON. Secy. fs necessary to clear up one or two points into the slave states. At that shall, myself and others rushed to the concerning which Mr. Beckham has either seven years gratis, lie took the first JAMES N. EANKS. Pres. Agt. and Secy. Lancaster, Ky. utvii imsimormeu or is laDorlng under an stage and earnestly pleaded with the time it wits unlawful to sell or expos? job he could get his hands on at half Accused of Prevarication. for sale any book or pamphlet attackerroneous impression. outraged delegates not to kick the man price, "mea culpa. mei maxima Xow as to Mr. Beckham's reiterated A few days ago I read in the Lexington down the stairs, who at this time ing the institution of chattel slavery, 1 pieail guilty. I have innocently. I i assertion t'eat I am guilty of about Herald a teport of his Ellzabethtown Should be Engraved would assume to have been their idol the only difference between these two he n Assure Uim. Ud my hearers to believe varieties of iirevnrir.iHnn. speech, in which the quoted the Hon. Oscar and their hero bills being that one was intended to Underwood to Embossed nowadays. mat ne was not so cheap a man as In support of this statement ho ure- - made a statement effect that you had prevent the shipment of objectionable unwarranted by the he has proved hiniMlf to be. In the tends to quote my friend and colleague, facts. I recall the colloquy between you McCreary Puts County Unit Plank In literature into a state prohibiting its It reflects good taste and Platform. future I shall be less severe upon my the Hon. Oscar W. Underwood, chalr-- ! and the latter very well. Underwood was publication and The very men who put the countj ed to prohibit the other was designdlstinguNlu-- opponent and nwo cans man of the ways and means commit-- I denying that the Steel corporation emat once creates a favorable ployed the introduction liq labor in its mines. You tic with the I i'nd X.. for it has treat- tee. It is amazing that Mr. Beckham gave asconvict authority a Mr. Harrison, unit plank ln the Democratic platform, uor into a state prohibiting itsof your sale impression. like the real leaders of the temperance ed Goebel with Inhumanity and Beck complains of misrepresentation at the an expert investigator in the employ of Benton, Davis, Webster and Clay all Sur-ey- , who had testified before your cause in the Kentucky legislature."'have . ery time lie was ham with i.igratitule. deliberately and con the refused to support the resolution on committee concerning this very employ- eternally branded the hypocritical Suppose you come and see Mr. Beckham says he accepted this sciously guilty of the most inexcusable ment of convicts in leadThe SHo That the ground it was palpably unthe of employment tierati-- e "I had no means cnaraeter o cheap and deliberate de- - Tennessee Coal and Iron coal minesand the ership of Mr. Beckham as an impos- constitutional.that Mr. the many beautiful samples company the ture Beckham has the Gives iniquitous manner in which the unfortuand a sham. upon which to live and support my ceptlon we have and get our prices. That plank was written in the plat- same right to charge Webster witli family." In other words. Hi: NEED- That a lie which is half a truth is of the nates were treated. What you should Satisfaction prevarication. Benton with cowardice. have done was to quote John G. Oakley, blackest of lies. ED THE MONEY. I never charged president of the Alabama state board of form because a majority of the dele- Clay with subservience to THE Has the famous doors ldm with spending the money on any- That a lie which is all a lie may be met convicts, who testified before your com- gates felt that the candidate's onln. tionists of the north and the aboli and fought with outright. Jefferson that swing on hinge-- , mittee on Feb. 12, 1912, that not only was ions and and the nartv's ntt..r,n.,, body else's family. I do not care a But a lie which is part a truth Is a hardr the Tennesspo fruit nn.t should be in full accord, and. Governor Davis with treason to the southern convenient to oper rap how he sepnds his monev. It w3 matter to fight employing at that very time county constates to whom he gave the best en.'lilnlsiIBr i ate keeps silaze rer- the way he got it that interests me, j The garbling of a statement In order victs in their mlnpn hut that i.n ..nDt.in.. ucieary Having inslstpil thn- if ergies of his life and for whom he end wlnter report of the company. a man witn a wire and children usu- to convey a meaning never Intended of the uiiu maue Mr. George Gordon Craw- - should be included in the his iuiu, wishes In dured the cares of oilice. the perils of ally spends his money on his family, is utterly indefensible. Fortunately. It new in November strenuous efforts to re- committee in resolution, war and the pain and privations of inn h ntr..n. .ut. the matter were whether he earns it or steals It. Write lor onr oiler and is the kind of stupid deceit easily de- - the state of Alabama for state convicts Mr. Beckham's respected and obeyed imprisonment. self lauded harangue men aDout to expire. Silo Book Mailed Free yir J,:jrf:wfff?tigA-.tiiiSpeaks at Request of Tobacco Growers. tecteu aim exposed. In this instance before that body, "like the flowers that Of Justice Neil on Webb Bill. is ample proof that Mr. Beck- and course Mr. Underwood, for whom you bloom in the spring, Also set offer on the Lansing Silo and I both have the highest regard and But Mr. Beckham charges that "with there having had nothing to do Mr. Beckham says, "Of course it is ham, the light tvaalnz SUberzabn Silage extracted a single sentence esteem as a friend, was not fully inform- with the thing at all." boisterous declamation and vehement constitutional, and no court of comCutter. Mr. Beckham's statement that I have petent gesticulation" I have strode about over from a paragraph, deliberately intend- ed when he undertook to challenge your Q .J Ann statement on the floor of the house. or final jurisdiction will ever the state delivering myself of "inflam- ed to convey a palpably false impresActing under general directions from ever attempted to defend my position decide It otherwise." The courts of sion. Mr. Underwood not only did not you, I investigated matory and incendiary harangues to fully the Steel corpo- in that convention or that it ever need many states have repeatedly Co. declared charge Incorporated the tobacco growers." A charge of thisi dor, butme with a lack of truth or can- ration's operations at Birmingham and ed a defense is, in the words of Oscar this act unconstitutional or inoperative. then went to Montgomery and inspected Underwood, explicitly disavowed any such "absolutely kind, emanating from one who Is now Just sixteen days before he blandly purpose. See how a plain tale will put the contracts between the Tennessee Coal by facts," and I never unwarranted Lexington, Kentucky the beneficiary and has the active suit-poand Iron company and the state of Alasaid anything assured us that no court ever had or him down. I quote from the Congres- bama. that would warrant anybody with a ever would question the constitutionalof the meanest hirelings of their sional Mr. Beckham seemed bent upon making modicum of intelligence in Record of April 30, 1013. page arch enemy and who did not hesitate making ity of the n light of the importance of the investigabill, in tlm to line ui with Thomas Fortune Ityan, 69S: tion of the Steel corporation. I hardly such an assertion. Mr. Stanle- yI have always believed in local op- city of Nashville and in the prohibi ln Birmingham. Ala., think he would do so were he to talk to the Moloch of the American Tobacco they not only work foreign labor, justion state or xennessee. but they company, even against Bryan liimself. work slave labor. They work convicts in Mr. Louis D. Brandels. who stated to me tion, and I have never hesitated tn tice of the sunreme courtttie chief nf Hio noi more tnan a month ago that in ex- say so. Every community should have need not be taken seriously. In this the mines. posing the relations between the indusmonwealth In the case O. Palet T Mr. T7nrtMi-.- i the right to decide whether alcoholic versus me soutnern of Walter compan) rr case I am rather amused at the ab- TO express trial and the The Woman's Tonic 1 CONTRADICT THE GENTLEMAN, iquities Of the common carrier and the In- liquors should be vended in it or not. said: lntprlnrklnf illpii.tn.ntn l. surdity of the charge than angered at but I must do Justice to my own constitwork of your committee had been' of in- - and when the licensed sale has been "The general contention of the comuency. - dn not- Irnnu- nrhn. its falsity. I .1 .A ...w.. ....etc uic seuiitf-- - esumuuie value: th.ir n nn vt.-.,-i. g prohibited I unhesitatingly approve the plainant may be thus summarized: That I have campaigned five states at the man got his information, but It is abso- Ian he was proud of the fact that a luiiaiutia lilc .Jul die VUIU UI1 lutely unwarranted by facts. Now, as to of the law der the constitutionvi of the United States jI had directed such an Inquiry. rigorous enforcement request of the tobacco growers. I the gentleman's reference to their against those petty miscreants known Decause tney regulate interstate comJudge J. M. Dickinson, iFCil SALE AT ALL DHUS6I3TS have spoken all over Kentucky, and ing men from the police courts. gather- Furthermore. war and at present I I want merce; of as bootleggers and blind tigers. THAT THE RECENT ACT 1 F4 these utterances speak for themselves. to say that he is mistaken In that, be- assistant attorney general of the special OF CONGRESS KNOWN AS THE United Wilson Favors Local Option. On Nov. C. 1907, I delivered an ad- cause that diss of convicts are not work- States in charge of the government's suit ACT has no application ed In the mines. convict' President Wilson has discussed this to the case and THAT IN ANY EVENT dress at Springfield, Tenu., more than who are worked InThe class ofare state to dissolve the Steel corporation under the mines the Sherman anti-trulaw, has told me subject with sucii cogency and frank- THAT ACT IS VOID. 20,000 copies of which were printed convicts. " 'We several times that but for this investigaMr. Stanley The difference is this: The tion ness that I am willing to unhesitating- ABLE were,' says Justice Neil. 'UNby the Planters' Protective association state convicts are worked In the mines been that greatOnsuit would never have ly and absolutely commend and accept SWER TO PERCEIVE ANY SOUND ANbrought. TO THIS CONTENTION. Equalone occasion he asked and distributed in twenty counties by the state; convicts from the Jails, me you is the throughout western Kentucky. I salS: victed of misdemeanors, are worked con- glad to say to over that he would be very every sentence and every syllable of ly well established llnnnpa proposition that bv to state tllA r!?ht tn sonri tmm nna i ne "I say to the freeborn farmers of the corporation itself. It has Its own jail greatly he esteemedhis signature Just how that utterance as the exact and accu- into another and the act of sending atn. ing to undersigned hereby jpve warnyour work. the all persons not to trespass upon Recently I have read Professor Charles rate expression of my views upon this same is interstate commerce, the regulaRobertson county that there is one and its own guaidians over them. tion whereof has been committed by the our lands for any purpose whatever as thing you must respect that Is the is Mr. Underwood Oh. no! The gentleman R. Van Hlse's much talked of work "Con- vexed question: mistaken. centration and Control." It is only necPnnstitlltfnn nf tha TTnltAsI u.utcj . ...... .. ............. w. ..... W......U Qt.tu My Dear Mr. Shannon luulaw. Mr. Stanley-T- his While God's love saved the statement is made by essary to note how often he refers to the asked in your letter of AprilThe question gress, and hence that a state law iuwhich we will prosecute all offenders to ful 27 about my Mr. Harrison of the Sage foundation. world. It is his law that moves it. testimony given before your committee to attitude toward the important question denies such a right or substantially Inter- - est extent of the law. Hunters and. Hotel Henry Watterson Mr. of Destroy law and turn your backs ther Underwood 1 ommnt .ioi.i ...... r.... realize how much of his infnm,n. i. .,u ! u ouiiii bite iauic ia lit tuil Fishermen especially take notice. i:ai upnun is, oi course, a perfectly I want to use it 1 secured from the hearings and report. Of legitimate one, and you are entitled to flict with the constitution of the United G. W. Elam. upon the courts of justice and no AM time, because THE LOIHSV1LLE, KY.- a SATISFIED R. L. Elkin. GENTLEMAN Governor Beckham not i ery mans property is Ills own; no wo- THINKS HE IS COKRECTLY INFORM course such statements hadwouldbeen have sooneriranK answer. I would have replied States.' " Ed & N B Price made J. W Sweeney he corhad I not been prevented by ImThe South' rVit popular priced, modern b. ED but I know he is not, and I think h.- - rectly Informed. Wilson's Cabinet on Webb Bill. man's honor is sacred. Your safety perative public engagements. I have exIUMCI. M. Farra W. G. Anderson Does any man believe that Woodrow John Absolute!? by night and your independence by is uoing my people an Injustice. itustni in the lou may make such use of this letter as plained my views to you oMTie retail chopping districtand very may seem best to you. With kindest re- have of course no objectionin private, but Wilson would take into his official fam- J. H. & W. S. Weaver. R. T. KVHpv Mr. Underwood in this very stateday are dependent upon the law. to your mak- ily, would intrust with grave near ail trie thei4res. gards I am cordially, and respon- S. C. Henderson, ing them public ment expressly disclaims any intenB. M. Lear. I have no patience with mobs. Finest Cafe id LsuiiviHe. 'with moderate If P.. W. WOOLLEY. I am in favor of local option. I am a sible duties Involving the security and A. J. Caddell, , prices. W. S. Embry . you cannot win this tight in obedience tion to question my veracity or integri- Beckham thorough believe? in local self government honor of his party and his country, a and Stanley at Platform Conty, stating that, though misinformed, 1 Club Brealiast frorf 25c Tip ; neon day cowardly and subseiient tool of the Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. to law. If you cannot win except by and believe that every self governing comH. C. Arnold Lunch 50c; table de hole Dinner. 6 to 8 p. vention. munity which constitutes a social unit liquor interests? Mr. Beckham has the Sarah J. L. Hackley. banding together to do violence to am sincere. With that statement litm. $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service Jas. G. Conn. same right to charge the president Mr. " have the in Restaurant. . , some men, for God's sake go bum erally staring him in the face on ihe tween Beckham draws a parallel be- should regulation right to control the mat- packing his cabinet with emissaries ofwith S. L. Rich. the W. B. Rav. Rathskeller oven from 4 p. m. to a. m. or of the withholding of whisky his conduct and my own at the ter of your own barns and tobacco and dis- same page and in the same column trust as he has tn chnruw mo tvlth Orchesral aid vofatmusii. . license. C. Morgan. J. last so called platform convention. I But the questions Involved are social being such an emissary. Three members band. And were I an officer of with the garbled sentence, he makes do not congress We will add other namesVor 25 cents of the this . ROOM PRICES the law and you did I'd hunt you this groundless charge. In a letter of did notshrink from the comparison. I and moral, not political, and are not sus- measurefederal now in thewho voted on cabiare president's attend the convention at my ceptible of being made parts of a party net, cash. down with the same fierce energy that March 20, 1914. .Mr. Underwood states: home, nor With' running water and and out the three two of them vot did I directlv nr liwiir,.r.ti,- - program. Whenever they have been made ed against Itofbecause they believed It Washington Mirnti private toilet $1 per day I would prosecute a trust. You have Mr. J. E. Moseley. Hopk'insville. K. 1014 to attempt to influence the vote of any the subject matter of party contests they be unconstitutional. Hon. W. C. Rednvid. Ivy no right to take the law in your own hae cut the lines nf nnrtv With private bath $1.50 My Dear Mr. Moseleyam in receipt man who did attend it. .H and party action athwart, to the utter secretarv of coinmcrrp nnrl Inhni up to $3.00 par day hands. The law is bigger and greater of your favor of the 2d-IinsL calling my When the question was raised in th.. confusion of political action in every other Hon. A. S. Burleson, now postmaster genattention to a controversy between Mr. county than you are." eral of the United States, voted Just as 1 Large sample rtomi They have thrown cv.n field. i Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. convention as to the In an address to 10,000 tobacco grow- Stanley and myself, as shown ln the Con- - of Instructing the delegates propriety question, however important. Into fh,. did. when I did and for the same reason ivlth private bath $2.50 on the so background and have necum. page CCS, In which 1 -that actuated me. ers t Lexington on April 2.T, l'XIT. I Jtated. "I du not know to: $3.50. per day. made constructive Arrive. caueu county unit plank, the party Webb Bill Unconstitutional. discountenanced lawlessness in the man got his information,wiiere theisgentle- by an excellent gentleman, wets, led gether. action Impossible for long years tobut It absoNo 10; You are cordially invited to maVe this a. m. my most sage of Monticello. with the audacThe lutely unwarranted by facts." Mr. Stan- oiiuiii-.- i teuiliN. ut.Ti;iriIlg: hoteryour headquarters while in Louisville, So far as I am concerned, relentless political 1 his carried all the. To Maysville. even if only fora day. Have your mail The welfare not onlv of the tt.li:n- - ,py'. !Hfere."ce was to certain matters in the day for the 'wets,adversary,delegates can never consent to have the therefore, of ity of geniur, turned spun back upon of 4.W0 with L & N connective at Richmond question precedents aid fine and the and packages addressed here. You will' to Frankfort & Louisville; local option made an Issue between polit- years of civilization. He fallacies man. co growers, but the entire community, which he always be a welcome guest. a fuH were bound hand and foot by Ironclad ical parties in this state. My judgment simple citizen, endowed took a rests upon wholesome respect for the with to assure you that In making the instructions to vote Inherent at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ROBERT B. JONES. Manaeer. against the county Is very clear ln this matter. I do not be- and lnaliemble rights, him withhim with ton & clothed law." ont,. .urn mm uia i in no way intended Frankfort. Mount Sterling & lieve that party 4 to reflect on Mr. Stanley's truthfulness oi unit plank. This gentleman is now an est consequence programs are of the high- all power and authority, crowned him uitu Ashland, On Jan. 25, 1907. I wrote a letter, Integrity or at Paris to Cincinnati. statement. I have known Mr avowed and tireless advocate for .Mr. state and of the to the political life or tin a ballot, and the trembling monaich or nation ought to be thrust the world cowered before the tonerin,. published in the Morganfield Sun. in Stanley for many years as a gentleman of Beckham's cause. No 71; 8:35 a. m. oti one side and hopelessly embarrassed cation of American. which I said: To Rowland & Stanford ennnprtinc ...tin nuiiur anu unquestionable Integrits I attended the session of that Conven- for long periods together by making a po- ci This plan, this mightyand Official Directory Of Garrard County. original Very' truly yours, sublime in Its "As you probably know, I have at tion at Louisville but a few hours. As litical issue of a great question which l. severe simplicity, crystallized into law. at Rowland, L & N to all points South O. W. UNDERWOOD. essentially nonpolltlcal. nonpartisan, mor- became the priceless legacy or all times and under all circumstances Circuit Judge lion. 0anes A. Hardin. an act of courtesy my friends and al and social ln Its succeeding No 28: 11:04 a. m. It nature. Very sincere! unequivocally and strenously opposed Mr. was not necessary, however, for neighbors in that delegation on of Underwood to have made any adwrni .'ours. 12, 1912. WOODROW WILSON " senerations, "the sheet anchor the our lib-i To Richmond, connecting with L & Commonwealths Attorney IIou. Emmet Pur- erties." the constitution of fnit.-iyear. any .esort to violence by the tobacco occasions delegated me to east its vote, Aug. .States. ditional statement. N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington Circuit Clerk William B. growers or anybody else." Did Not Dodge Vote on Webb Bill. The constitution is the only endurim. But was I indeed misinformed? Let and I. of course, followed the instruc & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Master Commissioner W. II. Brown ... This silly slander Is as old as it is !. uarner 10 uit nmmnnrt nr ni .., I am accused of tions by which I was bound and or Trustee Jury Fuud lSenj. K. Robluso unfounded. It has been repeated time the record speak lor itself. I was dis- which I was in no way responsible, hen running afoul "first dodging and rogance of courts, thi ofr.sv.. .r nnnni... No 70; 11:50 a. m. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby of the Webb bill." assemblies iwayed by the passions and and again by the emissaries of the cussing labor conditions existing in the directly or Indirectly, and this is how. Masou. Mr. Beckham is either lacking in prejudice of the hour. It Is the sanotuarj To Richmond, connecting with fast mines of the steel corporation in AlaAmerican Tobacco company. as Mr. Beckham says. I happened to aiidor or is absolutely ignorant County JudseC. A.Arnold. Mr. bama, which I to which endangered liberty must llee. anil had investigated as train to Cincinnati. of the the lawmaker, nhnvo ;itl la .. .. .. U, ..... Beckham, however, is the first DemoCountv Attorney fi. C Walker. ... ... . n iwnm ,,ll.( "boastfully cast the votes of Hender- history of II No 27; 2:09 p. m. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. crat even pretending to be Interested chairman of the steel committee and son county against the county unit iiorted Mr. that bill. Before it was re solemnly ordained priest In that sacred Webb appeared before the temple. It cannot be endangered by baydescribed in its hearings (Vol. 4, tn To Louisville, connecting at Lehnnnn Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnsou. In farmers organizations who has had 29C2-3plank." rules committee, of which I was a onet thrust or cannon shot. It Is pre- Junction to Ellzabethtown & Bowline Coroner J, A. Jones. the temerity to father or repeat it How he can refer with such compla- nember, and demanded served not by valor, but by obedience. Mr. Harrison of the Sage foundation Sheriff C. A. its immediate J shall never give my I find that the tobacco growers' ascency to that convention Is amazing to .onsideration. any act Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Deputy SLerlffKoblusnu.T. Ballard. (irorge It was publicly consid- which may desecrate or assent tothis holy Bard8town & Springfield. destroy sociations In Kentucky are justly In- testified as follows: those who attended It. The Louisville ered and discussed, Superintendent 01 Schools Miss Jeuule Ills Mr. Beall Did and I then stated temple. I did not doubt, I did not suspect, clined to resent so groundless a state state and county th i son rnn...i .u Times of May , 1912. thus characterglos. I did not fear. I knew the unconstitu' :n detail my reasons, for opposing No 9; 8:42 p. m. convicts? this ment. They regard It, not without izes the methods by which he secured Dave jot. narnson Together, yes. act. To Stanford, connecting- with fast Assessor Assessor Sanders. bill and upon a yea and nay roll call tionality of that casting reason, as a reflection upon the men The Chairman trending "inv Deputy I knew when E. B. Ray. that vote that I his seat in that body: voted against it. whicn. Is todnv nr would be exposed to the tender mercies of trin to Bristol & Atlanta. persons who play or engage In the playing Jailer Dare Ross. whose representative. I was at the As an evidence of what may be expected of baseball or football or tennis or golf in shrewd demagogues, would be denounced Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bouru-j- . . the way of fairness and Justice at the public record, available to Mr. Beck time these addresses were delivered, on Sunday in any public place as the abettor of lawlessness and detreasurer J. w. Elmore. as Is evidenced by the following letter ple resort for such purposes is where peo-a hands of the desperate and discredited ham. I was among the first to vote bauch. But, for one, I waa,jic prepared County CoHrt Days. guilty of . .... against It and not MAGISTRATES. the last Vor Mr. to commit perjury because It )as popular. signed by the officers of the Stemming misdemeanor and may be fined from $20 coming mass county convention on Ma) Beckham's own account to $50." Not andTemotument J.N. White 1st. Dlst. District association: ofnhoi officefor allI the honors pitiless self abase-of- Richmond, 1st. Monday. ,i .j, umj ncvessary to reier as an Mr. Harrison That is true. will, endure the Logan Ison 2nd, Dlst. evasloii lesson a former crr "pulled off charges of Henderson, Ky.. March 13, 1914. i mant aw Intn tha aIUiiJ ul me i The Chairman Ift nin.t railroad. ... by the gangto that stand stunt as the most improbable cowardice and Tf T hmi' are and gazenntinta my 0wulbu0timorous nigm Paris, 1st. Monday. ' Johns. Hdm 3rd, Dlst. out and nbsurd. ni. Hon. A. O. Stanley, Washington, D. C: walk on the right of way of a owft and Frankfort, 1st. Monday. llsgraceful and shameless, trampling upon ready declared th ronnM- "Vnit w ,.. hrlnlffnir 4 mil 1rnnn-tJunes Coldlron 4th. Dlst. : Dear Sir The Hon. J. C. W. Beckham Mr. Harrison I understand that men .he rights of Democrats, ........ nni i.m uUr uu.i mn Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. In a speech delivered at Ellzabethtown. that ever tooK X have been arrested COONTY BOARD OP EDUCATION Mace in that state. This was the race of constitutional, if I had boastfully vot- - orderto hold oiTice ahave ceased to de Ky., on March IS charged that you, among on for doing that In and sentenced to prislerve It. in. nrr1r tn littfi innoat Lexington, 2nd. Monday. the past, but Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. other sins of commission and omission, authorities have been a little morethat the aetween 500 and SCO Franklin countv Dem ea in ravor or the liquor interests at w coanttr 1 have .asely betrayed It. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. lenient 2nd. Dlst. it. u. had at divers times and places in the last In the last year or two because of Tn one O. J. llendren. 3rd. Dlst. few years in public addresses made to the very unfortunate incident where . Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. a small growers In this section of Ken- boy or a young boy had tobacco Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. been arrested for tucky given utterance to violent and In- trespassing on the raHroad track CITY OF LANCASTER. and sent Danville, 3rd. Mond?. cendiary sentiments calculated to incite up for fifty days, and he was o th sent to the Mayor L. G. Davidson. to deeds of lawlessness. mine. He knew nothing of mining and Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. VlTTf.Tfni.la. City Judge J. P. Prattler. This very grave and serious charge made nothing of its dangers, a?ra2rraj.r,MTTlsaaMmaliTI y RnMWnta. rv j he nftCKmcfie, by Mr. Beckham touches not only your- way of the car and had and leg got ln the City Attorney J. E. Robinson. 2ataEuHunicu,woaiT mick Jiwuuen idl Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. his -cut off and 3r urn uiiio self, Mr. Stanley, but as well 'Is a serious was crippled for life for this very Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Clt7CIrkr-F1.G.Hnr- t. Po yj pm v Miv vwu lal small reflection on all the organized jffense. That has been, so I am told, more City Assessor John M. Mount. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. s sU'DhtggUU. growers in half a hundred tobacco r less of a lesson, and they Pn City Treasurer W.F. Champ. , Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. counties of southwestern Kentucky, for it i little less strict ln enforcing have been CMtPAtrr. .. that law Chief Police L. E. Herron. -. m is of universal knowledge ln the First, ilnce. ,. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. wmam.m.1. .SBV Second. and Third congressional districts Mr. Youn- gCODNCILMEN But does the state ol 3 S S j; Winchester, 4th. Monday. of Kentucky, wherein have, kassr delivered Vlab.inja permit that? Parker Gregory. J. H. D<en. 1 Monticello. 4th. Monday. a majority of your tobacco ayeeches since The Chairman-Y- e, sir, te Its eternal W.M. Zanoue. 8am Cotton, Versailles, 4th. Monday. cr. e O.' Goocllb.. Dr. J. A, Amon. S 6. --. er n V. e3s 3 2. e? 2 2 t S 3S" $ 3J5 A to r-- s REPLIES BECKHAM. t ONE INSURE R0P TOBACCO ', SSSWSLJSSESiri iaw-ui-- I o Victor Bogaert Co. n Hail, Now it costs no more to . t,1 mjssrSi rti srvru'r f,sT' m Webb-Kenyo- ,, ',,, Jewelers protect it from the Importers start, than to wait later on theseason. Insure it with -:- Personal Stationery F. P. Frisbie ufty-seve- I j d -- Ti- .. Central Record. -- - v'JlL-llllffli!!'6"- 1I Southern Silo Webb-Keiivo- lata nmwi .... x-- - Ken-tuckl- .." ! I I WEBB-KENTO- N st POSTED lire-proo- f; rt I" L. &N. 0 5.-0- I I S Ma-io- ). m ob-le- ., . SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Record. - is aW WKvmn - -- -- -- mummo$rxf $ .00. Per Yearvi IS J- as - Zki JlS ' es k. ,X .V l The Central Record, Thursday July 9 1914. THE GREAT THEY ALL DEMAND IT Lancaster Like Every City and Town in the Union, Receives It. Page 5 Ill They Are Limitless. efforts which Impudence and hypocrisy easily overleap. Pliny. e Truth and honesty set a limit to our f arm and RAISING SMALL Nothing Useless.-TherIs nothing useless to men of People with kidney ills want to be sense; clever people turn everything cured. When one suffers the toitures to account. La Fontaine. ! of an aching back, relief is eagerly Stanford, Ky., August lQ.tli, 20th and 21st, 1914. sought for. There are many remedies With Abounding Love. today that relieve, but not permanentThe only ppople who really love ly. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought their enemies as they love themselves $1,000 lasting results to thousands. Here is are those who are their own worst proof of merit from this vicinity. enemies. Colt Futurity $100 Mrs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St., Stanford, Kv., says: "My kidneys have Save From Snow Blindness. Destined to be the best County Fair in Central Kentucky. Third long been troublesome ana irregular in Peoplo in Tibet value highly tho back" ached constantly their work. My spectacles .of smoked or colored glass Annual Exhibition. Floral Hall. Poultry Show. Entries and sometime was so lan.e I could not .that are sold to them by the Chinese, bend over without great effort. After because of the blinding brightness of to the above Stakes close July 15, 1914 For further using Doan's Kidney Pills, my kidneys the sun on the snow Information and Entry Blanks, Addiess j became normal, and the backache left. Doan's Kidney Pills tuned up my system Mother's Forgetfulnes3. - and I have since been enjoying good (Eng.) county Asked at Clerkem-el- l court why two of her children bore tho health," ' Don't same Christian name, a woman said Price 50c, at all dealers. Stanford, Kentucky. simply ask for a kidney remedy get that, in registering the second one, having the Doan's Kidney Pills the same that sho forgot about the first Foster-Milbur- n Co., same name. Mrs. Hubble had. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 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On a small place a dozen raspberry bushes may be planted without encroaching much on the garden plot There are several varieties, tho most familiar being the red and purple. .There are also the pink and yellow TbelHCLine GRAM AND HAY - CTEEL frame - MACHIM-- Ht Preuet CORN MACHINES Planters, Pickers Biiders, Caftiiatori Eruihfe Cotters SkeHers, Shredders TILLACE Baden. Reipcrs Header?, Moweri Rakes, StscLen Hay LoaJeri Pet, SprUc-Tootaadpuk Harrtwa Caltirators GENC3AL OH and Gas LINE Mr. George Tteadway spent Sunday in Richmond. Mr. Carlos Hedrick is a visitor in Peoples Bank I Ill-s- Oil Tractors Maaari spreaders Cream Separators Farm Waxes Motor Trsclu Toreskers Grain DiiGs Feed Knife Grinders Binder Twins' u;bu I Tv O Anotlier Blowout! WIIHN road you 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 epair them on the spot. If jou can reach us with your own iower we guarantee to locate the trouble at once and fix it light at least cost to you. jlniug business ut the town of 1'aiut Lick, Harlan Town this week. Count of Uiirmr'l. St.ite of Kentucky, Mr. E. C. McWhorter was a visitor on Tiifc At TufCiusi. or 1HiI.ni-London the past week. in 20. day of June, 1914. Mrs. W. P. Parks has returned from a several weeks stuy in Richmond. i:kmmmsci: Miss Kate Richmond, of Ewing Va.. I.uhii- - .mil t iim.jIm Jd is the guest of Mr. Robt LedforU. ,a 4'erilrnft.i-ciirei- l itmluu:Hi'uret i Mock-- . Iionil-- . uml oilier .ouritiri in Mr. Eli Estridge's condition remains nl Hue fro.u llauk-( .wli un li mil j unchanged at the present writing. .t-J 11 I litck ami other ea-- li item Jo 10 Miss Lucy Francis is in Richmond for liiiuklni; House, l'nrnitlirc- - .11. rt 3,0") 00 .. Fixture Chautauqua, the guest of Mrs. Jennie . SlJi.'iHT 04 Total ... Parks. Miss Arnold Ramsey has been the LIAISII.ITIKS: l guest of her cousin, little Miss Bright $ in,000 CO Stock vitfil III, in Mirplu-- . l'liiiil !.ii)U 10 in Stanfoid. expense le iirotii. 1I1I and tae Paints-vill- e Miss Lula McWhoitei is in 21 to check the guest of her sister, Mrs. D1.1n.1iHl . Vrti!linte of . Vi M .. llio-itLaban Kirk. TiMe Oepiialt- Sum (11 l'o-ts,iiu?s Delmilt-i- . 1 "JlN :K Si. !rj 'in Mr. Woods Walker returned Satur Due .;'.nl ."iii Trust Cmniuule day from an enjoyable visit to friends JiillBI'lnk-mui- l ruynMu in Fayetteville Tenn. 122,60T lit Total Mrs. W. F. Parks was hostess at a State of Kentucky, County of Carrarrt. dining on Saturday in honor of her sisWe. K. I.. WochN, uml R. G. Woods. liNc-omi-1 .1-in-.nl nt features that will interest you are these: bimpie protected beater driving mechanism, all of steel; load carried on rear axle, insuring traction; reversible gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing cloggulg of beater while driving to the field; etc All styles are in the I H C spreader lino, high and low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where you may see I H C manure spreaders. national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built lor long life and ease of draft Among tha on steel wheels that is the lasting basis on which Inter- H International Harvester Company of America New Albany s? VtC5-- Vrl. Cii!2.v D. rl ,rlr f.tnwr, r,T,r--- . Ind. Pin-- . m$, v2v- - J j Photo bj I.onK Islinil arkultural si.ttion nLACK i.- cxiierl-me- nt AMI l:KI lLVSI'llUtlllES. This garage is at your service at all hours for quick repairing. Just phone. You will receive Drompt and efficient attention. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster Home-comin- g Qolored Fair. AUGUST W. H. HARRIS, Pres. 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. 1 I s n .0 XlLlyUlIlO DIlw f 1$ Hm Ez&2 s 1 up3.s??z3 K V!ft; mEsa !- p VSJBVhMf - srrS M TION. in Lexington why f' not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory I services are rendered. & s When o t & ' 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 prices are reasonable. Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. s g Lexington, - - Kentucky. i South Limestone. anil tho Iil.icUc.ip. 'i'lic red - fur table ne, mill the Ir.irk and purple are for c::iiiu:ig pwipuMS. lie set mit a- - early Tin' plant- as possible in spring :iftor the ground iMiiiiwi-i- l and In'eii plnucil. lias v and Cinhicr of the above u.imiit Hunk, wul'Ui'il over utiiii it is iitti and ter Mrs. J. '1. Beddow. do solemnly swear that the aloe state . The almost piili'i:::i'd, in Is true to the liet of our kuowledee and Miss Mattie Wyley has returned to nicnt soil .shn.ilil h.ne hid a fifM'ilng of K I.. WOOD. President. her home at Point Leavell after a visit belief. stable luatiuiv du or furl.eil into it K.(i. WOODS, Cashier. Rodney Griggs. to Mrs. Subscribed and suom to before me this Srd and in luxe lnvii m.iilf rich in Mrs. J. T. Beddow, of Barbourville, day of July 191 1. of p'.mt iood. Hoth the the W. H. Hnmmm'L. Notary Public came Monday to be the guest cf her Mv Coiinni Ion i:nlres Fib. 'J li'ls rtisjiiierr anil III .ire grus-- . feeders, almost as mil. !. so as the Mrs. W. F. Parks. sister, grapevine, and icimiic good ground. Mr. Steve Carrier and family, cf REPORT OF THE CONDITION Ueforc putting in the plants they Lancaster were the guests of Mr. E. should be rut Imc!. to six or ciaht iueli C. McWhorter and family on Sunday. OF TDK into thu lojis. They shoulil be stiu-Mr. Bowling, of McWhorter, Ky, ground as deep as they stood in the conducted services at the Christian garden of the grower from whom they I A M If church, Sunday morning and evening. weio purchased. This um be tcadily seen by the earth marks on each plant. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden, and Miss They may be set out in any one of Geneva, spent several days in Brass-fielo:i.) cNo three u ays in furrows, in hills or acOF LAXCASThli. KY.. AT the past week the guests of his cording to what is called the bush plan. parents. The particular system to be employed Close of Busiurss Jnae 30,1914 Mrs. Givens Terrill of Lancaster and The is for the individual gardener to determine for himself, and lit doing so Mrs. Monroe Mason of New Richmond uioi'koks. he will be guided largely by the extent Ind, were the week end guests of Mrs. Loans .. $1?.2 7 K and shape of his plot . and discounts B. M. Lear. 78. No Oxerdrafts. securtd and unsecured. 50.U00 10 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. The bush method is probably best Miss Lucile Estridge went Tuesday Bond-- , securities, etc . 18.OKM0 ... adapted for a small place. Furrows to be the guest of her uncle, Due from .National Hanks I notfixtures 7,000 CO nre plowed six feet apart, and the to Berea reere 739 F0 agents) Mr. Felix Estridge and family for an Due from aiiiroedreereairents. . 11,178 11 plants are set in them at intervals of stay. indefinate . Checks and other cash Items.. IS 00 about three feet During growth In 9'MJ 00 Notes of other National Hanus ... the plants are trained into Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wynn, and little Fractional papercnrreucy.nicKels.cts 18 hO summer bushes by being pinched or cut back. daughter, Mary Bain, were week end I.Avrri'1. Money I;ef.kve is Bank, viz: The leading or principal shoot should 2.412 so guests of Dr. and Mrs. U. B. Creech, Specie r notes .. . W.a.'J 00 12,7.12 50 be allowed to reach a height of not of Middleburg Ky. more than three and a half feet, and Redemption Fund lth U.S. TreasMisses Allie R. Fish of Stanford, 2,500 00 all laterals should be started near the urer (5of circulation). Mary Lee Lear of Lancaster and Marground and be held back to some Total tha Garnett of Richmond are the guests eighteen or twenty Inches in length. LIABILITIES of Mrs. Walker Guyn, Capital stock paid lu f 50,000 00 The plants will be bushy and will prefund 30,00000 sent a beautiful appearance, but this The fourth passed off in a very quiet Surplus profits, less expenses and Uudlwded method calls for considerable pruning B.00O IH .. . . taxes paid manner in our city altho quite large Reserved for Taxes i,W8 40 by the gardener. .. so.imo 00 crowds gathered on the ball grounds National Bank Notes Individual deposits subject to check, lll.iuil !' both in the morning and afternoon. Bills pa able, including obligations Salt For Asparagus. representing money borrow ed.. 5,000 00 Two good games were played. The Salt on nparagus beds will kill the game in the forenoon was between 2S.U70 . Total weeds and benefit the asparagus. Kal-nPoint Leavell and Paint Lick and re- Stateof Kenti'cky.County ofGarbaro.ss ; or Herman potash salt is better sulted in a score of 5 to 1 in favor of I. S. C Denny, Cashier of the above than salt, but is somewhat more exnamed hank, do solemnl swear that the above pensive. After kainit is applied it Paint Lick, The home team and statement is true to the best of my knowledge S.C.Denny. should be worked into the top soil with matched forces in the after- and belief. Cashier. A little later when the asnoon, Hyattsville winning but we failed and sworn to before me this .Ird a rake paragus is growing well .' dressing of day of July, 1911. W. F Champ. to get the score. Notary Public. uitrate of soda will be vein beneficial. My Commiisioii expires Jan 22, 1916. Correct Attest: At.EX R. Desny. ) BEES AND ALFALFA. M Klliott. Directors. J. E.Stormfs. I Investigations of the United States dep irtmeiit of agriculture liinc shown REPORT OF THE CONDITION that a mistaken notion has been held lcgai-dinthe Muds of lees that aid OF THE alfalfa seed. While "leaf cutter" liees ht "Thedford's will "trip" about !0 per cent of the is the best medicine National Bank (lowers they visit and bumblebees about CO per cent honei. bees trip lever used." writes J. A. less than 5 per cent, liven though a cno. ass?. Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. honeybeetrips only " per cent of the OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE 'lowers it visits the great number of "1 suffered terribly with liver Close of Business June 30, 1914. such bees that can be kept on an alfalfa field, taken in connection with troubles, and could get no relief. RESOURCES. their activity, compensate tor the low The doctors said I had con- . ...1221.M8 in efficiency of each bee. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. .1904 48 wild bees that are most etllcient sumption. I could not work at U.s Bonds to secure circulation . . 50.OCKI 00 The and fixtures 7.000 00 in tripping do not store up honey of all. Finally I tried Due from approved reserve aeents... 13.USS iW commercial alue. nor is there any "bockaand other cash Items i9" 38 Wotes of otliiT National Banks 040 00 way known of holding them permaTHEDFORD'S Lawful Money Heseevk Ik Bank, viz: nently In any locality. . Specie 9510 00 r Certain investigators have thought 3,000 00 notes.. ; 12,510 00 that some species of bee from the naRedemption fund with U. S. TreasBLACK-DRAUGH- T 2.500 00 tive land of alfalfa might prove more urer (5 per cent of circulation)... H12.852 Hi valuable than others. If such could Total be found and introduced the yield of LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 160.000 00 alfalfa seed might be materially In4U.000 00 Surplusfund creased. There are so many different Undivided profits, less expenses and 6,743 47 kinds of bees in different parts of the taxes paid 1.141 4rt Reserved for Taxes i National Bank notes outstanding. . . . 50.000 00 world that there Is considerable room Individual deposits subject to check. 131.102 91 tor experiment to my surprise, Igot better, and Time certificate ot deposit payahle . after SO days or after notices of as well as any and am 80 days or longer 3.320 00 545 00 Certified Checks man." Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Severe Attack of Colic Cured. Bills payable. Including obligations for money borrowed ... ...j.. 30.000 00 is a general, cathartic, travels in Virginia jai28R24 E. E. Cross.-w- h' Total vegetable liver medicine, that Southern Sti'-"s- , '"is taken or Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss : and other State has been regulating" irregulariI, W. F.Champ. Cashier of the above named suddenly and severely i'l "Tifh colic. bank, do solemnly swear that the above state At the first store w itn. tc- the merties of the liver, stomach and ment is true to the best ol my knowledge and W. F. Champ. Cashier. chant recommend n r fhembei Iain's belief. bowels, for oyer JO years. Get Snbscrlbed and sworn to before me this 6th, Colic,' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. day of July 1914. a package today. Insist on the 8. C. Dency. Notary Pnblic. Twodoseis of it cured hitn.j Nj one shouldE-My Commission Expires January 22, 1918. genuine Thedford's. leave home on a journey without a inel-lo'.r.i-t- idWim vl m Dnnk this dJp4ffreshed! m Here? -- - AT10NA l uninxi d, i 1 Jk" - ., - d I M k Sip by sip here's pure v Tk enjoyment cool com-fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. 1 m JK Jm .ss Legal-tende- . 'A'henever , ssssW THE COCA-COL- A COMPANY P.A .isssss ATT AVTA JF ou see an Arrow think of Coca Cola "VBSSBSSW it WrSSfii -v . --. 1 Sub-crib- iv'ii-- ., , ' 'sarb i ''.mm wii.'i-. t1 .1 in. !U.Hil-t.- i minLjj&i&s4'rw EL M. " .!' f'js O . i iBsssaK: Vl M grs ffi?argnrj Jff & 9 mi& , KS-t-'- r, w -- 'c V' -- t ' . ...1 "iT'HE bijr reason why yonnsr people . jj flockfromtliecountrytothecities " -' k", is because farm life is so hard and r,,s!1'--t"- j the hours of labor are so long. The ,- fins onmeiaim " S i-- i )v X?i Ik Black-Draug- Citizens ecablework of carryiafi to another and enables one person to feed more animals in half an hour than two persons can feed in an hour It isaics the dairy badness ?j,S'. without it. w.v, profitable all year round and fattens your steers at lowest cost. It makes the hens lay more eggs and it conditions the horses and mules. It is the best pork producer on the farm. The first Indiana Silo ever built has bn In rse for more than ten yrara and will be la Cood condition iama ILOX day-yo- Legal-tende- wmm, 'VM?'lW- m ten years from today. If you wnnt to keep your boy and rfrla at home. order an Indiana Silo today. We willu build one to want It. your order and ship it the very The pay menu will take cue of themselves. t. W. P. KINCAID, Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. Bis-Ag- MSJMTZZMiXSSZim to-d- ay .... Schulz's Cut Flowers & FLORAL DESIGNS v. S - All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers Phone 43 or 339-F- . Alii orders are appreciated and wall be delivered promptly. - 70 jm-- Cokbxcx 5 Attest : fliiiiLzT' Hudson) bottle ojt his. preparation. J Directors. J. J. Walker. all dealers. ) B. F.Hudson. by l-- m WILLIE F: MILLER, Afeent. 1s?S . f" t v vj, - ".& y .ifc-- . Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday July 9 1914. 0 V J md CD -i- -a m Plj " 5 oo era ;- - I 1 W 1 JT w m tSf s sra D g ' z I 1 - Baassassw . g m . 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It has changed the world from HEATHENISM TO CIVILIZATION, from SLAVERY TO FIIEEDOM. from MIGHT TO RIGHT, from DARKNESS TO LIGHT, from MISERY TO HAPPINESS. Compare the conditions prevailing in heathen lands rountrics; the forms of government in the with those of Chri-tia- n .dark ages to those of 'the Christian lands today. We Write Anv Kind of h!Ti 2tn 6CI.' B ""Wg'VfTI dfiB Btes-f- e i iji iTiiTiiTiiTiiTiiTi !?! T't"Ii JjntiifiiTiiTiiittiti MONEY IN ANGORAS. GO INSURA at Office J.-A. E Ky National Bank. fhone 27. tRJ9I! fcioorj r ISKiT Ygyy ALCOHOL Ulfil .'&i m. ".'' Always Bought Bears the Signature 3 Pl'lf AVctoWenrparalionBrAsi 3 frflr. (ingUicSioradisandDowEisor Av A$ ' II re&W 5$ra LI if. B??0Vi4l raft Not Narcotic. Ihip(a Src- JjisaStnl IVrmSut- RomolesDisbonOtrnfiJ- ncss ana KcstJContalnsnciliwr Opiunirorpliine norKioEral mm mm :caa rf'rii( toa fcrfiJr t- ;3 - &K& w'i' via 2.0 Vktagma Fhrr. Aperfcri Remstiy ion . Sour StoniachJDlarrtaa rWiiH 'Wonns.ComnIsKms.Fa'cnsn: ncss anilLflSS 0F5LEEP. TacSlcfic SiftianacoT hHP C IIE lENTAUU I uui.-u-.iu- i I . u-- lv.,.' in-- w JKaa&&KSE5a Gur.mntccil k..,yf.;.p.ita:'-3r' iwiWftT--- NEW YORK. i For Over VA T8iirll BGClId II II r- g LW Lj-5- 20, under ite Fowl n si ... i oa MM EC-- i rtg tanm mai g3 g . mT? ftfl IW LTA, VI J7H -f- - licrt gass-my- sUtffirHUI JL W 5J5j m NOW rVis-.1 J r.f W - rnw. n,Tr " THC CENTAUR COMPANY, YORK CITT siEsgszssi 5" 1 'I i agriculture The Aurora goat, although It needs attcntldu. could be raised on any American farm, stales an expeit of thi department of agriculture. In Montana the flocks face the heavy snowfalls with equanimity as Ions us a dry place is provided for them at night, and. though the heat lu the southwest frequently makes it necessary to hhear twice a year in order to prevent shedding, it docs not otherwise prevent the health of the flocks. High land is the native home of all goats, and pure water is nlso essential in connection with their production. Although nearly every state in the Union now possesses its flocks, the southwest and the northwest are especially well adapted to the industry, in particular the large areas recently logged o(T in the northwest. There the Angora not only thiives itself, but helps to clear away the lini--Tims it is often said that the Angora works and pays for its hoard at the same time. It is paying more and more, for Upvalue of the fleece, or mohair, is increasing steadily. The jirice. of course, varies with the quality, the very best fleeces biinging on an average from i'2 to 1)3 cents a pound. The weight of a lleece has a very wide n.nge, hut in 1001) the average for Oregon was found to be 3.7 pounds and for Tex-l.d. On account of the greater licit, however, and the damage of shedding Angoras in tiie .southwest are frequently shorn twice a year, a fact which must be taken into consideration in all calculations. Six inches is the shortest length of fleece usually desired, and because of shearing twice a j ear much Texas and New Mexico molrilr falls below this standard. Where the fleece is allowed to grow for twelve months the average length is ten inches, and in the best flocks it is not unusual to get fifteen to twenty inches. Romeo, the sweep- s Mohair Producing Goat Can Be Profitably Raised on American Farms. Prepared by UnituJ States department of Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. 8EAZLEY & CO. ia Lrgan Z!L JJVfrYH CAN ANY ONE BELIEVING IN GOD GIVE ANY REASON FOR THE CHURCH STANDS FOR THE TO CHURCH? PURITY AND SANCTITY OF THE HOME, THE PURITY AND RECTITUDE OF PERSONAL LIFE, THE HIGHEST MORALS, THE BEST LAWS. IT STANDS FOR JUSTICE, RIGHTEOUSNESS AND IT IS THE GREAT INSTIGATOR AND PAGOOD GOVERNMENT. SKEPTICISM NEVER ALL TRUE BENEVOLENCE. TRON OF FOUNDED AN ASYLUM. THE CHURCH, NOT INFIDELITY, HAS FOUNDED THE GREAT ELEEMOSYNARY INSTITUTIONS OF THE LAND. NOT--GOIN- nicMini naww, jhximiwjim & Diaw I Check The value of the church cannot be estimated. No civilized man wants to live where there is no church. He wants it for its influence, if for nothing else. Take the church out-o- f any town or city and the citizen will take himself out. Take the church out and all' evil will prevail, and from an economic standpoint property becomes worthless. IS TO SAVE THE WORLD. AT THE HANDS OF ITS PROMERIT ANYTHING IF SO. LET US STAND BY IT AND ATFESSED FOLLOWERS7 ITS SERVICES. IT IS A DUTY AS WELL AS A PLEASTEND RESPONSIBILITY WILL NOT DOWN. LET URE. INDIVIDUAL US ASSUME IT CHEERFULLY AND RESPOND VALIANTLY. for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Gd. THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH IT They know lie is doing business in i bubiness like way. Better open such an account even if your affaire are not larye. They wil grow all right. m DOES The Garrard Bank aTgirereTTTTTttwjB'aiiiM-'.Jr-r.B- & Trust Company aix5asza'iw&j:i&K-&ss3S3B- Je sure to GO TO CIU'RCIl GO EVERY srnv next Sunday I ,ii RASE BARGAIN Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 ' years experience in the business. Look for other bargains iisted in next I issue. Owners of farms who want to sell shuuld see us at once. Three cottages at the low prices, $1800., $2000. and$210O. SO acres, on pike, very JDorrz1 FoRdZT . ilii i i II 'fflSSS liiJtf iWhlil .Il'll!1 ra. v- - r I'll, n r. I I Vi'J- - 3 -- rs-v- f!'l a .1 ' i 1 w.tu.ijlji. Tsmhgk mm If lIvvTISf Px&ssap. fcPSrV' w BJli:J ?K23r tPI Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New oMSWOBBBs si We fertile land, a' . '" i$fc ","-' s t Fensisybantca Avenue, a' iSv 2: li. S: M (''. ! "",Z4" g ,v. ' a r C5.ce. S5 $2.i VSPVxi'&, '"flXJ5,e' Nl 'E-teganf- avERff.ntfK?; AppciaktmfinSs, vrtc v.iv Ct3irt, Paiai Tea Room' &EsbJ id ZZr'" fW-AJi- frr3Mj.Ar 2 adisim GrfH Eno:rrtJ e Vi(e Coloaiai Frirnisiiings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. fo. Illustrated BooUet 'B" with smdl reap. CLCJFFOEtD M. LEWIS 4 P SPEND YOUR ' MATIGJ IN THE MOUNTAINS QY WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA "Land Of The Skies." 8! WLI, FLEECEU AXGOltA DOE. stakes buck at the EI Paso snow in 1910, Is an example of what - possible. His Ueeee weighed eighteen pounds, r measured twenty nud inches in length nud yold for $115, Such fleece is not, of course, the product of ordinary commercial conditions. It implies n considerable amount of care and personal attention. The birth rate of Angoras- is approximately C5 per cent, but in well managed (locks this has rhcn on occasions as high as 120 per cent. Since the kids are not hardy it is obvious that this means skill and industry during season; otherwise the management of Angoras does not differ greatly from that of sheep. They will feed with cattle- aud sheep, and, though in some danger of hems kicked, with horses also. As a matter of fact, however, the goat prefers a. certain amount of rough pasture and up Is particularly happy when brush land. On very rough land the danger of injury to the fleece- - must. however, be kept in mind. ithree-quarteele-iriu- high class improvements, beautiful location Everything considered, it is a bargain at $110. 200 acres good land, near Bryantsviile well improved, large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this farm. $70. per acre. Four hundred acres of as fertile land as there is in Kentucky, near famous Camp Dick Robinson section. I tobacco barns, silo, tenant houses, stock barn, large, attiactive 8 rocm residence. You Good must see this to appreciate it. investment and good home, half cash, balance 1 to 10 years time. Cheap at $100. per acre. In order to settle the business of a partnership, selling $50,000- worth of goods annually, we will sell the large lot, store room, warehouse, mill, light plant, stock of General Merchandise, Farming Implements. Buggies etc. belonging to Becke., Ballard & Co., in the thriving town of Bryantsviile. This is the only store of the kind, in 10 miles of that place, and it is surrounded by thickly settled, rich farming lands. Let us show this property, andi proie by the Bryantsviile Bank the amount of I usiness they are doing. - mm jf 6&P ' n a M is an easy ana cinexpensive matter, a Simniy apply coat of Pee Gee k and you'll be delighted with RE-NU-L- RE-NU-L- Take Of Ail Orders Kinds w Pee Gee makes old furniture, S Pee Gee worn floors and woodwork look like new ag2m. i ry it. is a S'.ziz ard Varnish combined. Comes in 11 Xclara! Woo J colors, While, Gold and Siluer Brian: I All sizes. C its fine results and your own work. G B for Cleaning and Pressing and w deliver them in highly satisfactory condition. It makes no difference how delicate ordainty the fabric, we can CLEAN it and without the slightest injury to the article. Ve call for and deliver goods and have them redy when promised. While are ijuick workers, we like time to do our work thoroughly, however. PEASLEE-GAULBE- J CO., Incorporated t p I -- i.'M .Ti .'hi h - -s e I Manufacturers S3 t i Louisville, Ky. f !c 8 u.u.&j.fi. STUKiaiio a vM3,r.rrHvr?iri?l wm .,v i Lancaster Dry Cleaning: Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. Real Hard Luck. J? WATER 1 When You Want It 'Where You Want It titt P l P P K- Thirty Thousand Square Miles oi PiciuresQue Playgrounds, Aj 0U ?825 ti !k A 51 R3UN0 ij asq TSiP M JtimWUhM QftRafff 8 OTHER ROUNZ TRIP FARES - If r- Hot Springs. W. (J Tate Springs. Tea - Henderson ville.N.C 'lr!-" - BW 825 inr! Wayuesville, N C- Brevard, N. C. Lake Taxaway..N. C ...S 9.25 f I! a' 9 I, i, ' r.Mrl on Jnlv m '" OjUI lor life in Aurll.. 1'' frond returninf' 15 aate ot sale. tin- - exquisite "Lai.J of the Sky" is ideal. IK 9,25 00 dflvs from --,- y ; ti ; of every kind including Rolf, tennis, riding, driving, irijr motoring, and dancing Average attitude 25,000 feet above the sea level. Diver- canoe- - I 1 Curing Cowpea Hay. Cowpeas are cut and euied about the same as tlover or alfalfa hay. It s is a common practice to let the remain iu the swath from twen hour-- , before to tliirty-sl- v and cocking. It N the pnictii'r of some to run a tedder oer the Held a soon a- the upper Ie.iAes liae wilted. If left in the Mvalh Tor thirt.-sl- . hours :ind then put into cooks, in favorable weather the bay will be readv to put into the barn in two or three days. Two or three hours before haul.should be ing to the barn' the lo.-kopened and exposed to tlu sun and air. cow-peaty-fos SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER TO THE SOUTH' For descriptive literature, Fuliman reservation?, etc. call jii ur write a. .. , iuuu, u l. i., i..iiiff '. iuu.tn ,ju . r. i ?... tnQO jeiepnone main .onrr vuy i?oo. tyinaingj. m i.V m B:SS:2i-SS;:vSS-- ; :E: I I Keep the Plow Bright. Take care of jour plow. When you '.ire through with jour daj-'- work cov er the metnl parts instead of allowing them to remain exposed to tlu damp night air and rust until next morning. When you store your plow In the shed rub a little grease of any kind over the moldboard. share and land side. ThN will effectlvelj prevent rust, and the grease will be rubbed off as soon as you put the plow In the ground again. s THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. -- f Cop'rel $50,000. Oa, K Surplus S. C-- $30,000. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- EK:JY. Pcestdent J. E. STQRMES. Vice Pres'L , Egyptian Cotton Seed. The federal horticultural board has issued a notice to all cotton mills and especially those In the south to by burning all seed that may be found in bales of Imported Egyptian These seed are likely to contain the larvae of the pink bollworm, which Is very destructive to American rottvn. j- 136J acres, on pike, near Bryantsviile, 3 houses, main dwelliwj; new with 8 rooms, modern and up to date, water works, gas lights. 2:tobac-c-o barns, price, $12,000. No 491. 185 acres of high'dass- - land. 2 miles out. 2 large tobucco barns-,- , per acre, $120. No4!2. 100 acres of tobacao- laiad. highly improved, near Buckeye,, on pike, per acre, $125. No 434. Several pieces of city property for sale. mile Jrom 496. 100 acres of land, Lancaster & Lexington pike,. 4; miles fiom Lancaster, good improvements, large tobacco barn, well wort? the price of $100. per acre. 497. 222 acres of fine land' near Lancaster & Lexington pike, splendid improvements, at $90. per acre. 4ib. 63 acres, improved, n?ar Paint Lick Graded School at $93. per acre. 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on pike, well improved, 2 mile of Lancaster, priced at $120. 'per acre and is woith it. No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pike, near Biyantsville. $100. per acre. No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from town limits of Lancaster on Lexington Avenue, unimproved, beautiful building sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile from pike, fertile land, highly improved lies well, splendid water, susceptible of division into two or three farms. $95. per acre. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from Lancaster, large tobacco barn.one other beautiful level building site fronting pike. $110. per acra. For further particulars write or call on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men. Lancaster, Ky. No--t30- . .splte-wio- he Our notion of hard luck is overworked on a government jo&. Atchison Globe. to.- - your country home. City convenience brought right to. Merely a Small you been quarreling with, your husband?" a witness was asked! at Old Hill. "So," was the reply. "I only hit him with the poker." Matter.-"Ha- water under pressure the year round, ready just where needed at the turn of a faucet. would1 mean to have an abundance of Think what it Fairbanks greatest: comfort orse Lighten Diversified Diet Necessary. A normal diet is a diversified one. Only by such u diet can a human being obtain all tho multitudinous, substances which his body needs Four Precepts. break For precepts to live by: T spirits off old customs; to shake oft to meditate onijcath; to do nothing against one's genius. Hawthorne. Ostriches, Please- Mite. "They say that when an. ostrich is surprised he hides his- - head in the sand." "I wish he'd hWe hi3 tall there!" remarked a man who had just settled his wife's millinery bill. - Pneumatic Water ystems give service equal to and in many respects superior to city service. A water systern is die the work, for your wife and family by install ing a pl'ant. We build outfits for any size farm or suburban home and assist you in working out all details of cFTT 6 installation. Write today for copy of Catalog No. GM no i tcitcT? in the rural home. Useful SpMt. Efforts to be permanently useful must be uniformly joyous a spirit of sunshine graceful from very glad ness, beautiful because bright. Car- lyle. EX3 I 1 Outfits I urniihd foctvenitio t hy en.grre.vindmi.i, or bv turnd. EJ rr.a I'm . ' iSUFrir&SJ Bros, Haseidezn Ky. Lancaster, HOW TO BEAUTIFY THE HAIR. A Simple and Inexpensive Home Method. R. 1 Jmiikv, Asa't Cashier. J. L. GlLL, r. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. CASTOR I A :.3 BUSINESS.' Tor Infants and Children: Kind You Hate Always Bought Samuftl D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormea. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. Hears the .jnatura of uc&y. An Angling Story. While fishing for pike In the River Waveney recently, Mr. E. Norman of the Brockfllsh (Norfolk) Angling society hooked a fish, but his line broke just above the swivel, to which the hook is attached. Throwing in again, he hooked, as he thought, another pike, but found that the lost swiveL bearing the hooked pike, had caught In his new set of hooks. He was thus able to land his original catch. t If your hair is not pretty: it it 'is losing its color, too dry, matted, falling out' or if the scalp itches and bums, you can overcome all of these conditions by using Parisian Sage, which supplies every hair need. It soaks right in to the hair roots, stimulating them and furnishing the nourishments that is needed for the hair to grow not only long and heavy, but fluffy, soft lustrous and gloriously radiant. You can get a bqttle of this inexpensive, .yet delightful and helpful hair tonic from R. E. McRoberts or at any drug store. Improvement begins with Besides the very first application. stopping the scalp irritation it removes every bit of dandruff. The use of this unequaled hair tonic will surely give your hair new life and beauty. Any roof that will last 27 years and is still in good condition is well worth looking into. That's the record behind rairaaafrtiiiii There area thousands of houses all over the country, many of them in this state, from the owners of which this statement can be verified. For Sale by 4 Local Contractors or. Cortright Metal Roofing.Company. SO North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. f' .. if 44f (J ,.t. g&H-!-- , 3. ?,- - ,&-!&,.;- . The Central Record, Thursday July, 9 1914: We can sell you the ( Page g o JOHN DEERE, SPRING TOOTH CU L, TIVAT 8 or 10 Tooth with 3 Tooth Center Attachment to convert into Harrow, for $38.00 See us before buying. J. E. Mount, 31 Son- & Co. - IE 3C 1Z DC HERE'S AN INTERESTING CASE. Full of the newest de signs in Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods, and just received from our Pretty wholesaler. things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest Plenty of pat terns to choose from.but all the materials of the Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest persuaders. cas-tome- rs. ri iz R. Lbc S. 3C BROWN. 3CJ THE CASH STORE. znc iz A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling Ringer ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If. you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying vourself. to-d- Lancaster tling CO. B. BotPhone 202. akJSTFv CTmzy&ES "SJTVlEJGJ Tky?BLyWyQlELflFja F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice r. Prest. W. O. P.IGNEV. Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Waiter, JR.. Book-Keepe- 5 W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. h Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. ? H Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. t wyyffT znr ts. asssnx. xsn. mm ww) ttai. trn DEEEING- MOWERS - AND HAY RAKES. The Best Line Ever Brought To Paint Lick. Miss Florence Dawes, an accommodating and popular employee of the local exchange, was the guest from A Brief Mention of the Comings ?nu Saturday until Monday, of her parents Going! by Those Wt Are Interested la. Miss Hallie Brown is in Danville for near Stanford. ,"yyiTarT.'' j.'minyiiMji.i.wm.ww the Chautauqua and is Miss EllaThomr-son'- s Mr. and Mis. Arthur Joseph were guest. Miss Bessie Holtzclaw of Stanford is the recipients of the usual Kind (?) Miss Virginia Maud Duncan of attentions heaped upon newly weds theguest of Miss Nora Brown. Nicholasville is visiting her aunt, Mrs. returning to Lancaster, upon their ar- -' Miss Ruby Soper of Lexington is S. G. Haselden. ' rival last week. here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. ; Mr. R. Parker Gregory and family Mr. Horace K. Herndon has resigned Mr. Wm Ware of Hopkinsville is enjoyed an outing to Crab Orchard his position as assistant agent for the here frr a visit to his brother Harry I Springs, Monday. L & M at this place and has accepted Ware. a position as book keeper for the LanMiss Nancy Goodloe has returned to Miss Ada Rich left the past week for j Danville accompanied by Master Joe caster ?Jill & Elevator Co. a 10 weeks course at Chautauqua New iCabbell Ramsey. Miss Elsie Morrow and Mr. Joe York. The Methodist Sunday School are Walker, Miss Margaret Morrow ard Mrs. Ethel White is in Lincoln visitarranging for a picnic Friday to be held Mr. John Gill Kinnaird went over to ing per parents Mr. and Mrs. Bryant the Danville Chautauqua Tuesday evlin W. R. Cook's woods. Brown, ening to hear Kryl's Band. f Miss Mary Cottrell is at home from Miss Estill Walker is at home after a Mrs. R. E. Rowland and handsome a protracted visit with her sister, M rs. visit with her cousin Miss Belle Denny ' children, returned to their home in Charles Askins of Wilmore. of Stanford. Eldorado, Ark, Tuesday, after a' Miss Marie Louise Kellogg has reRowland's months stay wkn Mrs. Mrs. Arnola Ramsey has returned turned to Richmond after a pleasant parents. Mr. and Mrs. Solon Henry. from a visit to her cousin Miss Sam visit to Miss Margaret Arnold. t Bright of Stanford. Mr. J. E. Dickerson wife and child-- ' Miss Nannie B.' Herring is at home ren; Reverend and Mrs. J. W. Beagle Mr. and Mrs. Oldham, and Miss a visit to Misses Margaret and and daughter from Mabel, celebrated the Margaiet Miller of Richmond motored Susie Sampson of Harrodsburg. 4th. by an all day picnic at Kings Mill. to Lancaster Sunday. Miss Clara Cooper, of Stanford, ar- -' A delightful luncheon was prepared Airs. Robert Dunlap Blanton of Richrived Monday and is the attractive and enjoyed. mond is here with her parents Mr. and 'visitor of Miss Angiu Kinnaird, in Hill Mrs. J. B. Conn entertained the M rs. J. W. Elmore. Court. following for dinner at Crab Orchard Miss Lucy Ranson Baldwin of Mays- Mr. W. Fox Logan arrived Saturday Springs. Mr. Wm. Garrigue and Miss ville, Ky., is the guest for a time of to join his wife and son and is with Mr. Estella Conn of Indianapolis. Mrs. Mrs. George Smith Jr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason on Lexington Homer Tinsley and little son, Harold ' Miss Helen Patterson came home Fri i avenue. Lawton Tinsley. day from a visit of several weeks to Mrs Jessie Thomas and children Mrs. W, O Goodloe who has been friends in Williamsburg. spent a few days, last wek, with spending several months in Henderson; Mrs. Lou's Landram has returned to her parents, Mr and Mrs S. M Urton ville N. C. has returned to her home in , her home in Danville after a short stay of Jessamine county. Lancaster, anc to theextremr gratifica with Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton. Mr. Wm. Garrigue and Miss Esteile tion of her many friends she is mtch improved in health. Mrs. Ann Robinson was in Richmond Conn motored from Indianapolis and Miss Annie Powell entertained the for the Chautauqua this weeK and were guests for several days of Mr. and ?.Irs. J. B. Conn Junior Phaelathae Tuesday evening at visited her niece Miss Jennie Parks. her home on Richmond street. The Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes, Mes; Little Miss Margaret Mahouey of young hostess was most gracious in her Louisville is here to spend the summer dames E. L. Owsley and W. R. Cook hospitality. The refreshments served motored to Danville Monday and atwith her friend Miss Gracie Navlor. j were ices and cake. tended the Chautauqua. Mrs. Charles F. Denman has return, Miss Patsy Anderson was hostess for Mrs. J. E. Stormes, in company ed to Nicholasvilla after a weeks visit a social function Thursday evening for to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex with Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn and her attractive visitor Miss Barnes Elizabeth Ford was in Danville Tues-da- y West. The yard Browning of Lexington. for the Chautauqua. was lighted with Japanese lanterns. Mrs. A. H. Rice has returned to her Mrs. Homer Tinsley was hostess for Ices and cake were served to the as home in Richmond, Ind. after a short visit to her mother Mrs. II. A. B. a well appointed 6 o'clock dinner, the sembled guests. Misses Alberta and honorees being Mr. Wm. Garrigue and Elizabetk Anderson assisted their Marksbury. Miss Estelle Conn of Indianapolis. young sister in entertaining. Mrs. Wm Naylor has returned home Master Forest and Robert Smith, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hinds of Spring from Louisville where she was called by the serious illness of her father Mr. after a pleasant visit to their grand- - Lake Ranch Neb. have been recent ' parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Folon Henry, visitors to relatives in this and adjoinJas. Mahoney. returned to their home in Birmingham, ing counties. Mrs. Hinds was a daughMr. Robert GuIIey and family and Monday. ter of the late John M. Palmer, and is Mrs. T. L. Broadus motored to LexEmma Higginbotham ington Sunday and were guests of Mrs. The following quartette compose a a sister of Mrs. George Palmer of Lancaster and house party at tne home of Miss Mary and Jennie Murphy. of Messrs Robert and Will Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan have Eliza Holtzclaw, Misses Marie Ballard, Mrs. Marion Johnson of the county. Lillie Mae Sutton, Lena Schooler and 1I ' r if hnma in Mt Vinl j Mr. Hinds holds a lucrative railroad after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kate Ham. position in Nebraska. Mrs. Samuel Higgins and daughter S. G. Haselden. Mrs. D. M. Lackey was hostess of a of Somerset and Mrs. L. C. King of Mr. and Mrs. Grider and Miss Bessie Hubble ware honor guests Wednesday large reception Saturday from 5 to-- 7 Miller of Richmond motored to at a 12 o'clock dinner given by Mrs. P. M., the invitation list including 75 and were guests of Mrs. D, M. Wm. B Ball. guests. The well appointed function Lackey and daughter. was the more attractive as it was a Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes, Misses "Fourth of July Celebration", the Mrs. Hallie Dunlap accompanied hei Joan Mount and Patsy Kinnaird motor Mary Fox to Louisville ed to Danville to hear Kryl's Band and National colors being observed both in mother Mrs. where she will be under a specialist at afterwards enjoyed an outing at Gra the decorations and the table appoint ments; dainty American Hags were also St. Anthony's Hospital. ham Springs. bestowed as souvenirs while the tn Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Miss Lula Bowman Anderson left colors gleamed and glowed in every Livingston and Mrs. W. K. Woner of Monday for a visit to her aunt. Mrs. J. conceivable manner of embellishment Stanford were guests Sunday of their Roe Young, of Maysville and will later Little Misses Johnetta Farra and Emma parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. extend her visit to Mrs. J. S. Bowman, Goodloe Gregory were appointed to welcome the guests while the receiving Mesdames Banks Hudson of Danville of Lewis county. line and committee of entertainment and Wm. Furnaugh of Omaha were Mrs. J. W. Harrington, of Clarke-dal- e, included prominent members and of here Wednesday for the handsome Ark., arrived Saturday for a visit reception given by Mrs. H. Clay Sutton. to her sister, Mra. Dora Miller, and ficers of the club; Misses Nancy Walker and Martha Kavanaugh served at the Mrs, J. B Jennings who has been other Garrard relatives and fiiends. punch powl while Mrs. J. W. Sweeney the guest of her sisters Misses Jane Mrs. Harrington is a former resident and Mrs. L. N. Miller enhanced the en and Mary Doty for some weeks, has of this county, and has many friends joyment by singing two verses of a who welcome her back into their midst returned to her home in Tulsa Okla. patriotic song; the latter part of the evening, was spent among the palms the &31SSB and e flowers of being attractive inyard, tete-tetgrouped the tables ffl open for the serving of the refreshCattftTnfo Daninoc ffif scheme of "red, ments. The white, and blue" was most impressively designated even in the ices and confections while the brightness of "Old BY MRS, A. S. HASELDENof Bhyantsville, Ky. j Glory" was markedly in evidence throughout the entire entertainment thus making Mrs. Lackey's "Fourth of July Function" a most successful and RUBARB AND RICE PUDDING. appropriate social affair. ' Gossip About Jfeopie H'U-"- Mr. Alfred Brent, of Lexington, has been a sojourner here. Miss Ella Rigney of Hustonville is the guest of Miss,Cather:ne Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Herndon left Thursday for a few days visit in Louisville. Mrs. J, W. Bourne and little son Master J. W. Bourne Jr. have been visiting Mrs. Bourne's mother in r i n lAX . . imi ieii nrj n r u r 3 ' 3SSLR;iJ -k " , ! ... b fc .. W it. m. . . 1 1 . L. , Ui i ALL NEXT WEEK. fl D ' Company. aa geIWc3j Jailjii ' i -- Under a Big Water Proof Teni. AH New Plays, New Senery, New Tent, Everything New. Nothing old but the name. Monday Night, Thorns and Orange Blossoms in four acts. Best of Dancers and Singers. GOOD MOSIC Don't Mius jit t : PRICES 15 and 25cts. BALL PARK. iz 1 ESC 3BL HE j" ! 1 YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. X. rujiiv'-- j Lfn-cast- root. Int. IV- I.OST--- J .hotil rti er black heifer weight Both the Ir.ens,v2 and Cciany h'tsa. 400 pounds. Please notify Systsms Are Excellent. JanifH Banil.'' M.irce.lu way. in whit.ii There are tv.o popular sj-teMi-p-- system to raie poultry, the inieii-i- w Ths- - lii:t of and the cnlonj FOi? SOT. thee aims to save t am! House of l'.i room, garden ..ml this purpose. I..m;r stationary houses aro used. It is e.isier. how- for rent until January Jst J 311. J ever, to keep the birds healthy ami lu VV. Walkei. Ky reproduce the stock under tin second system. Under the colony system the birds . are allowed free nm;;e. the Iioits--i s. i In ordei to settle up estate, will sell I $1000. worth of land notes, wel! secured on Curr;ird county properly. Apply at thij olliee. 1 mi Cattle in Brazil. While there arc no reliable btntiities of the pastoral industry in Hrazil, it ia estimated that Ihero arc 30,000,000 tnt tie in the country &3S&S3BSES3EES33Sa33&SB!&Ei X fe'JsJjXJ IUIOODEI: sJrC HOUSE. tri-col- Ever notice It? Lightning nevci strikes twice lif tho same place. For tli.it matter, lueh seldom loincu hack to play a return engagement, eithei Treadway, Benny &Co PAINT LICK, KENTUCLY. Put a layer of cooked rice in a well buttered pudding dish, cover with a Best Diarrhoea Remedy. layer of chopped rubard, sprinkle with sugar thickly and small pieces of butter If you have ever Used Chamberlain's add another layer of rice and more rubarb, sugar and butter continue until the Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy dish is filled having last layer rice, sprinkle with lemon juice and juice of one jou know that it is a 'success. Sam F. orange, strew with sugar and small pieces of butter bake twenty minutes and Gvin, Whatley. Ala., writes, "I bad measles and got caught out in the rain, serve with cream. and it settled in my stomach and Ti . 3Z.ZZ& 9asBia 0k&a&z(i0ittgt PHONE t3fo3&''iifi!siiSg3;i eg' 51T'T1 lie fi" Sf ice Remains . I had an awful time, and had it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrnoea Remedy I could not possibly have lived but a few hours longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am now well and strong." For sale by all bowels. dealers. PTCPjgrlm! m your order and he will furnish you The VERY BEST COAL No amount of misrepresentation by ths peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that axumirT Iare fo)? I r a Weiiio? I v is Royal Baking Powder ' bas been found s fey At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. I! cial examinations to be of tbe highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, antt of absolute , the offi- ill PPilf! Tte Wemafs F6P. SALS WiS Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. II II II H purity and wholesomeness. Tw F-- J I MW W'ihJl'frlJ rfi.J. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and. most economical food. hi ;.LL BSsisSTS 'f Ari cf Simplicity. Simplicity Is the art or making peowhich hold about 100 hens each, being ple wonder how much more one placed from 200 to 2M feet apart, so knovu. that the stock will not kill the grass. This system may be adapted to severe y winter conditions by drawing the houses together In a convenient place at the beginning of winter, thus reducing the labor during the cold months. The lirst system is more suited for hens used solely for the production of market eggs than for those .." . used to breed stock. mean an outlay of money, Fences and this outlay Is more or less contin uous, as they imrt be maintained after being installed. There should be as few fences as possible dividing the lots and the yards, as land can be kept sweet more easily If not fenced, and fresh, sweet land Is a valuable asset in poultry raising. On good soil a greensward may be kept up by allowing J00 to 2S0 sijuare feet of land per binl. This means 217 or 171 birds per acre. More space is necessary on poor or light land. A larger number of fowls k usually kept to the acre where double yards are used and the land is frequently cultivated. Plymouth Itocks ami the other heavy meat breeds in small yards require fences live to six feet high, AT while a fence six to seven feet high i.s necessary for leghorns. The upper two feet of tjie fence for t!-- latter may be inclined inward at an. angle of 30 degrees or a strand of b.lrlicil wire may be used on top of the regular wire to keep them- confined. It is also i sometimes necessary to clip the wing feathers of one wing of those birds that persist In getting out. A board or Door to Court strip along the top of the fence is not advisable. Hens will often By over House. such an arrangement. col-on- Typo In use at Unlttd States go eminent farm, licltsville. Mil. When In OarBvlU Visit The UIBM SHOP KESHHEHT e DAVIS - Drug' Store' ttn i Wet fliHril-T acr?ffiVfr,ySB Jt A - Page 10 The Central Record, Thursday July 9, 1914. HcUKEAttY. I Miss Rosa Ray is visiting friends ried about Tim's troubles, and thin 1 married him. Lord rest his soul! TrouNicholasville. $ No greater mistake can be bles ls good for us, specially the troumade than to assume that the, Mis a Kate Dickerson. is with her J bles av others. Sometimes I think if Joajoooootfooo,B,iii00iH)H)()))))0g season will determine the yield till. lma.1I Hi; Is lot t'f xc!ll sister Mrs. Geo Ray this week. UfrA yer father hadn't let me carry all his of crops regardless of the cultiftfom larinei i:id it-- fin Mr. Leslie Tudor was" the guest of he might be llvin ylt But the Lord 111 Still k tfet' fUlv JTH! HMl .11' II flll.C Oil vation given. Such assumption Shfc Won Success In Her knows best, an' It's not for the likes fVrU rk Vhe larrm--r cnihiul i to itWer-ii- f Miss Lily Mae Sutton this week. Is false. The season will be a av me to be findin' fault with his tv-- r fi iiotict- .till .r luiir great factor In determining the Rev. Warren of Lexington spent a it TTTTTTTVTT Role as Cupid are you going to get a First Glass KhH, HI doln's." wo la."- - of tin1' yield, but cultivation will also few days with J. B. llourn this week. "1 'rrp. fireot ehirg? FARM WATER SUPPLY. And Mrs. Dolan wiped a tear from be n factor. Cultivation may bo Mrs. Rolinda Hill entertained forty under her glasses with the corner of the means of overcoming some v Wells Should Be Carefully SafeguardFan Sale:-- fine tobacco bed 300 four of her friends at dinner Thursday. her apron. ; B) WALTER L. W DISTELH0RS1 -of the faults of a poor season Icet long by 9 feet wide. J T. Foi-e- . ed Against Pollution. She resumed the subject while the Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are Mr. and Mrs. E Tudor and daughter or It may be the means of help- Prepared by United States department of . Copyright by Frank A. Munsey Co Marksbure, Ky. two were busy over the supper dishes here to stay. The old reliable barber Miss' Mary were visitars here recently. , lug a favorable season. agriculture "Te're sure ye're not wantin' to take on Richmond street. . Jfu-- T W. Conn, Lancaster Route. A pure water supply is one of the Misses Her Hill and Minnie Pearl 5$$5xSX5kSkJ$m$k$ this young man's troubles like I took Ni, 1, lias 8 yearlings and one most important factors in farm life toBrown is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. Little did No. 2S's first customer that yer father's!" Mrs. Dolan hinted. day, as typhoid fever, dysentery and Monday 'morning realize how much of mule, h will sell at a bargain. Cotton. "I don't want to marry anybody, HANDLING INCUBATORS. other disorders may be carried by imMrs. Jess Bogie and Miss Leota Ray her happiness she was going to owe to mother, and yon know It." replied Mol4-standing mj fine Red Short pure waters. Farm water supplies are ly "at least not for a long time. You were recent guests of Mrs. Charlie Directions as to the Selection and very subject to pollution. Of seventy-nin- e those six silver plated teaspoons. tloin Bull at $1.00. know well enough that Tom's more Operation of Hatching Machines. I No. 28 had Just returned from the Cotton. typical water supplies In Minne." SI Jno. A. Ray. than likely to go off on his new Job i See that the Incubator Is runnlntr sota investigations showed that twen- Jewelry department, where with her without saylug anything and that he's Miss Bessie Gulley was the pleasant l:.-fcCai- y Ciark an Lancaster and guest of Miss Beulah Hendren Satur- ' steadily at the desired temperature be- - ty were good nnd fifty-nin- e polluted. Blender savings she bad bought the likely to find some girl there he likes fore filling with eggs. Do not add Twenty-fiv- e -- CIjvrcreek pike, lias a cutting box, day and Sunday. of .fresh eggs to n.tray containing eggs' bad only because those polluted were spoons for her widowed mother's silver better than me. It's the girl I want to Good Service. wiii; machine and hay rake for sale Prices Right. of poor surface pro- wedding anniversary, less than two help." Miss Lilly Sutton has returned home which are undergoing Incubation, says tection and could enslly have been weeks off. She was returning from Oteap. AH in good repair. The mother nodded and continued to Phone 354-the department of agriculture. after a pleasant stay with Miss Pearl Turn the eggs twice dally nfter the made safe. Practically nil the surface her locker, where she bad left them, wash her dishes in silence A half Lancaster, - - Kentucky. grayed to my place, near three Sebastian of Richmond. second and until the nineteenth day. supplies were polluted. During these when the young stranger with wistful hour later she nodded again as she fltAzr. ot Sugar Creek, about May 11th, of the brown eyes approached her counter in closed the door on Molly and Tom a Messrs Raymond Traylor and Joe Cool the eggs once daily, according to investigations twenty-thre- e j Owner can have same by sunny faced fellow with Malone for his f Fisher of Stanford attended the Social the weather, from the seventh to the farms examined showed a record of the art department. D. typhoid fever. and paying charges. "Good morning." the stranger began last name bound for a little d.mce here Thursday night given by the Chris-- I nineteenth day. Surface water supplies should not be timidly, holding out a photograph. "I given by the locomotive firemen's Bill Crime. Turn the eggs before caring for the tian Endeavor. used for household purposes or for should like to have this framed." lodge. But while Molly forgot all lamps. 1 liivc for bale, The oung people of the Christian one 4 jear old Jersey On the back or the photograph in a about borrowing trouble over the photoAtteuil to the machine carefully at washing milk cans. They should not even be used for laundry purposes un- man's hand was written "Jack Daw-sou.- " graph mystery the mother crooned a OTT, two 2 year old jerev. witheaUes ' Endeavor Socity of the New Antioch regular hours. less no other supply is available. RainOffice at Rainey a Livery Stable. church gave a social Thursday night. m) Keep the lamp and wick clean. heifer, fresh in fall .lust above the signature there little love song over her sewing and were served, Test the egs on the seventh and water from the roof is often nollnrml ' had once been something eKe as If planned to bring together the two Lancaster." F. ti. Tinder. Li:icastet Kv ) Dainty refreshments -- -- Kentucky 1)V lltltsr lnnvnc 'mil flm ili.tin;.... Mn. the picture had been inscribed to some- yoting hearts There were about two hundred present fourteenth days. birds. Any person who drinks water body but the words had been erased. Molly knelt at her mother's When Do not open the machine after the j the membership was encreas-eand all SI8AYED OR STOLEN. eighteenth day until the chickens are from surface supplies endangers his No. 23 was passing the picture along bedside late that night and whispered reported a nice time. health If such supplies are not ade- the bits of molding when the girl stop- a little secret Into her car Mrs. Dolan hatched. ! KmtfJ bay mare. 14 hands high, star first said: In setting up and operating an In- quately protected and then purified. ped her with: in fjrelwrad. right hind foot wh.te. Where underground waters are hard "Darlin'. I'm glad, for Tom will make cubator follow the directions of the "There, that ought to do. don't yon ye a good man!" aSinl JO' years old L?fr tn place on may be used where think? I want something plain." 3TAHFORD. manufacturer. The equipment of iniM to obtain Then she told her daughter how she tall Lick pike. Tc"-.iincubators is so Milijfct to change that the store of rainwater and surface sup- nicht. Jure Silo Ktpnm! til tlif. ivlmlntv ho particular lamps, regulators, etc., can- plies will be tllter.il and partially purl- - 'photograph and the bit of polished could make the brown eyed girl happyj Sfhh. Reward fo: tn;'iui leadi.:;; .'U ..da too. is Cou.ity Court day herk t-not be recommended. The lamp, how fled. I IS. TV. Morrow, Graduate Opticiar- lt?r recovery. V. . wood to view the effect in tbe light. Lminy. Late on Tuesday afternoon the young Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction CinarHtiitfl Ucsell 1. Brown, of Lancaster, was ever, should have a Jiowl large enough The cNlern should be of water tight while the girl behind the counter reach- Ky. r.iica!er. woman's picture, which was not to construction to prevent leakage and ed for her order book. to hold enough oil t burn thirty-siheie this werk a few days, under average weather condi to prevent pollution from the neishbor-in- g I "I'll call for it. When will It be fin- have been ready before the following Dr. J. IS. Perkins and Lee Hill were hours fchoulil day. was sent down from the shop. soil. It should have an overflow be en. to remove and tions ished?" asked the customer. in Louisvilii.' this week. "John W. Dawt-on.- " No. 2S aid to replace, should set absolutely tMht in drain and a tight cover. There should , "Wednesday afternoon." herself as she g:i7ed at the face behind A large eiowd from here attended position, and be at a convenient height. also be suitable provision for straining , "Not before?" and yon knew what fate lias the glass, An incubator holding Mty eggs Kills or filtering the water previous to its the picnic at Waynesbarg Saturday. With those brown eyes on her No. 23 in store "if for jour photograph you Datiie! will for as iniK'li time and care as one entrance to the advertise almost promised to get the frame made wouldn't be in such a hurry to get Miss Lottie Carson, is at home after Farm wells 'A'luat 1st for bids for the co lstruc- - a visit to Miss Allie Yantis at Lancas- holding S(5Q. and for ordinary use a local sources. are often polluted from that same day. away!" They are often located 1.T0 egg capacity machine of at least U .;i of two new battl isliip. "We're very busy now. you know." ter. No. 28 was nervous all the next day seems most satisfactory. A fair esti- for convenience near the bum or stable she replied in her most businesslike Opposite Post Office. After a weeks rest Taeodore Miss Virginia Givers, of Harrods-burmate for a poultry farm is to have the or close to the back door, out of which manner, however. "It may not be and looked np apprehenfively at every hi rampaijrn in lias renewed lf Bath In Connection. is the guest of Mrs. Lucy Miller incubator hold as many eggs, as there household slops are thrown. The soil j ready even then, but we'll do our best" customer who approached her counter. surrounding 'the well becomes saturnt- Afternoon came at hist and with it the ef the Progressive party in New Battley. f are hens, provided that about No. 28 sent the picture to the shop girl who ed with organic tilth and allows the picwanted to take Yik state. upstairs. Soon she was so busy with ture. No. 23 recognizedhome the inMiss Mary Hocker, of Kansas City, of the tlock is to he renewed j early her the TOOK WINDMILL Grranza and Villa are said to have Mo., is the guest of her father J, S. and no outside hutching is carried on. other customers that she forgot about stant she appeared in the aisle. She f In setting up the machine get It per.ashed an amicable adjustment of their Hocker. the girl with the wistfnl eyes and kept her ejes fastened on her order fectly level. Do not plane off the door about the photograph with the erased book, however, and reigned surprise in Mexico, and to have Miss LaVerne Nevius' Of Lancaster, if it sticks until the machine has been inscription. But It all came back to when the customer asked: e.iswcd their ImmmLs of friendship. Mrs. heated up and thoroughly dried. Itun her very vividly after lunch time when Kim Myrtle Scott a Louisville girl ia visiting her grand-moth"Is my picture-ready?the .machine at about 102 degrees V. a young man appeared at her counter. "I'm sorry, but it won't be finished Mrestftd.in St Louis for Miop lifting Mattie Nevius, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley, of for a day before putting in the egg3. till 10 o'clock Friday. Will you call fcys3 fche is addicted to the use of drugs ' then or shall we- - send- It?" said No. 2S Physician and Surgeon. touch the iWjht about by a dentists prescrip- Lancaster were here Sunday, the Afterward do not as it takes legulator for several hours, this time "I'll call." guests of Mrs. Will Hays. tion. for the machine to come back to Its LANCASTER, KY. No. 23 heaved, a- sigh f relier. That Little Miss Virginia Beazley, of Lan-- ! regular temperature. fjtwyer Smith, assistant district at- the customer should; eaJf just fitted in Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 The temperature should remain near for the Eastern District of caster will arrive Friday to be the with her ptan. ly even. When the bulb of the therKtuucky, at the request of the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Will Hays. If there- was- ever a worried girl In eggs the the world it was No. 28 of the art deof Justice will retain his For the first time since the new con- mometer rests directly on the Office Hours Office temperature is usually held at 101',j portment on Friday morning as the fiction until January 1st. cealed weapons law went into effect, in to 102 degrees F. the first week. 102 a.m to 12. 1p.m. Lexington Street hour of 10 approached. At that time "lleary Ford the millionaire Lincoln county, it was enforced here to 103 degrees F. the second week and John W. Dawson was coming to get Monday when Judge is slated for an Bailey fined 103 degrees F. the last week, while a the framed picture of Miss Helen with President Wilson today on Clarence Reynolds 100 and gave him hanging thermometer is operated at Davis, and: Miss Helen- Davis was com30 days in jail for carrying a pistol con- about 102 to 102 degrees F. the first ing to get the framed, picture of John rMvntc and financial conditions DENTIST. W. Dawson. Of course, neither knew Phone 65. throughout the country. cealed. He is also disfranchised for a two weeks and 103 degrees V. the last The accompanying sketch Is oC a Lancaster,. Ky. about the other. No. 28 was sure that week. cheap but thoroughly satisfactory Paul M. Warburg, a member of the period of two years. water system for the farmhouse, they lad quarrelled and. that neither more r of fluhn, Loeb &, Co.. New York The thirty acre wheat field of Josh I The aseggs tend to throw off occarites a correspondent of the Amerwanted the other to kuow Uiey develop, so that heat ican Agriculturist. We have tried-i- t fjrtikera, who was nominated by Presi- - Jones, out in the Junction City pike, sionally Ten gtruck. and no sooner bad the the regulator needs to be out and are delighted with reipul Wilson as a meraher of the Fede- caught on fire last Sunday and if it had changed slightly, but It should not be last stroke sounded than the two came sults. The windmill Is sixty feet from the house, and the cost outral Board, rather than undergo not been for the efficient work of changed any more than is absolutely toward No. 2Ss counter along different side of the labor, which can be Iht examination bv a committee, declin- Robert Woods and some colored men, nece-sar- y. aisles. Molly's heart was- la ber mouth. The temperature of the done by any farmer, was about $t. She intercepted the young: man first. ed to accept the position. egg chamber may be lowered by lowThe barrels are covered with heavy Strong the entire crop would have been "Tate- - a seat, please." she siuid, muslin, which keeps out Impurities (iittisure is being brought to bear to and his house and barn would ering the flame of the lamp in the midLick, Kentucky. and yet allows the air to circulate pointing to a chair. "I'll get your picdle of the day. Regulate the ineubn-to- r pet Jiim to reconsider his decision. hove been consumed. Mr. Woods had In the barrel. ture In a moment" before opening the door to attend a fiId of about 1,000 bushels of wheat I Then she flew to the other side and eggs. Most operator I'ttend to I in the adjoning field and if the blaze to the met tbe girl just us she was about to their machines two or three times surface water percolating through It to lf.K STOCK ilARKKT. carry contamination into the w ell. field, great loss daily. j had gotten itjjo his come around the corner. PSC Office In the selection, location nnd sinking "Take a seat." she suid. to the girl would have been his. (.;CINNATI UN'IUN Klfk YAltllt.. of a well it is always a good idea to "lit get your picture in- a moment." Convenient Milk Stool. tlias Effie Baughman the youngest) (uttlr Sheep IIoki. " from her desk she took the M. K. Benny anfl W. A. Wheeler milk stool herewith illustrated consider permanence in addition to Tlie 50 daughter ..TTI,K: Shlper.. . 7 of Mr. ane Mrs. M. S. two- - pictures. "For Mi- - Helen Davis" safety. The well should penetrate to a ( Was 41' fUiilrlior steers estm Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Baughman and Harry W. Carter, son is made of three pieces of boaid and level below that of the ground water were- - the words on a card' fastened iu "Goad Uicbolce 7 Oiia, V 10 a piece of or stake Iron. The of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Carter, surprised appearance round the- frame of Dawson's jioitrait. "For Office: Stormes Building oTei Hurt A s surface in the driest seasous. S '2 A It .i0 SwHnalsfur and manner of construction NO. 28 TURNED HEB SACK. John, W. Dawson" were tbe words on Furniture Store. Unpolluted springs are. as a rule, s VKlItMh. vxtra s mi J their many friends Sunday by motoring are clearly shown in the illustraiiorr u 6 of the brown eyed girl. No. LANCASTER, 'vmi to choice 10 oral) urcnara, wnere ttiey were The seat board is sawed out to lit the good sonrces of water supply, since the It was the young man of the picture! - KENTUCKY. a 2V(t A SO united in marriage to fair water usually comes from great depths to see samples of molding for 28 handed them face downward to the at the home of Rev. t t. .a extra two young people after interchanging within the rock or is filtered through picture frames. M. C Morgan. This was one of our . . j 7.. a c. 45 many layers of sand and gravel flow- "Jirt to choice .... At the rack he drew a picture from them, however mi tlmr when they popular young couples. Although .. .. 3 i'dq, u M matt Tiamou lo tKir ever, springs are subject to pollution his pocket, but he did not intrust it to' were turned right side up .Miss DavU C'HHiCrS 5 2a4 23 it had been reported that they were j from the same sources as wells and Ko. 2S's hands, and he himself selected found herself looking at her mvn like -- Mils lftlogli .. f(XiS25 going to marry, itwas still a surprise. ness marked "For John W. Daw.oii." should be closely watched in this re- the molding while she stood by. .4-041 Is spect. Farm spring supplies are often anil Dawson learned that hU picture - n)3luf0 They were accompanied by Miss Marv 4M.VK8: extra. "I'll call on Friday morning vnt polluted by the drainage from build . . f'.irlogood T7."i1025 Moore Raney and Mr. Robert Carter. sharp." he said. "I'm going was inscribed "For Miss Helen Davis." ings and stock pens. Spring water away"-ih- e S .IliJUO 00 Immediately after the wedding they C'.nuiion mid large. mistake." mur hesitated an instant "and. "There must a Mi went to Dripping Springs, where they l!fi';S: pood pac'. re anJ buicbers supplies from limestone are also sub- mured a perplexed young min. I want to take it with me." 71 n s 75 jet t to pollution from distant garbage No. 2S-- desk from one side. will spend several days, after which ' "John W. MILK STOOL WITH BUCKET HOLDEK. Civil Engineer," 4 7a(a: O'.rf) HZS dumps In sink holei. The read the card Dawson. ind "There R that he left with the pho mured anmust be some mistake." mur- Office Phone 27. y Snt ow j. i Ul 7 '.Ki they will return here and go to houseto cboic tit av Residence- - pfcon 3 circumference of the bucket to be used, same precautions should lie taken lor equally perpleel girl, ap. . .... hllpper .lis s 75 keeping on Lower Main Street. They and the'iron Is also bent to this cune afeguauling .spring .supplies as in the tograph. proaching from the other side. Rat the photograph it was a portrait 7MII3S&0 have the best wishes of their host of and fastened to the board as shown IT'S. (IIJIUi klll Ur.- No. 2S turned her case of wells, and in addition when they LANCASTER KY. t M l'.KI': vxtrn 4 7.vn 5 li ! ot tbe girl who had been in the store discovered one another on the front support should always be fenced to keep that very morning! Gmit In choice s:0(A8(5 friends for a long and prosperous life The little shelf A perplexed holdsMhe bucket at the light height out stock. "Helen."' sh heard. 2 7x.n:;i5 full of much happiness. Cniiiiioii to fair . . showed itself in No. 23's fore and keeps it clean and out of the way "Jack-.head. of the eow's foot while milking. . Liming Soil. Then she weal to uuther part of the What did it mean': So. 28 puzzled, art department, rifteen minuter Liter Charles D. Thome, director of the Ohio experiment station, says. "When over the mystery, causing an impatient Dawson called her: "1 say, yuu made a bad iiutaki-here.- " begins to need lime it is a customer to wait. She concluded there1 the land time, energy and money ta must have been a uarrel. And thus SOIL IMPROVEMENT. : waste of - clerk wove ro, "I know It." .ontiniie to cultivate it until this need, the warm hearted little"You" cried the Krl is supplied, for the economic uo of mances about the two pictures during Barnyard manure, available on every every other fertilizing material. Includ all tbe afternoon. "1 mixed them uu pnrMie."" inter "They're not going to break their ruptetl Ncx 2S. farm, makes one of the best orgauie ing manure, depends upon the I can help Jt," she vowed as fertilizers to use. and every farmer "It's lucky for me you did." grinned It Is not advisable to ui hearts If ought to consider ways and means of what Is commonly spoken of as caus she was leaving for the day. Dawson. . "A But how to bring about a reconciliaNo. 2S looked at tbe gin. preserving It. When left In the open tic lime. This freshly burned lime tuts in piles for even a short time the loss a destructive nctiou on the humus or tion between two utter strangers? No "It lsa'l a pleasant feelliu: when one , is very large. getabletuatter of tbe soil. Urue satisfactory solution suggested itself thinks somebody's going tnr away IAW.M Fertility may be restored to worn- - should be applled'by means of ground as she clung to a strap in the crowded without saying "goodby and Mime street car on her way home, and none thing else, is it?" said the girr behind ! out land by saving nil animal manures limestone. suggested itself to her after she ' and putting them on to the land; by Everything for Orchard. Lawn and tbe counter, her eye suspl.-luuilUnion you'll In every State of there. The riddle was too much moist "I was afraid, too. but" And lunl'lni xaz fit nil Jt.asi.-- hiuiiiIiiaa llin cfi vi .11. v.ilij itsiuuvn luai For Better Eggs-Th- e iii.iiviii Garden. department of agriculture Is even for tbe resourceful Mrs. Dolan at No. 2S Interrupted herself, smiling and any other Is. putting back into the soil everything find Fords holding up ber left hand to show the planning a campaign among the boys first. not 'used for feed; by turning under a car to one. And "There ye go ag"lu. darUn. worryin' little diamond that sparkled on ber Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. green manuring and catch crops. and girls' "poultry chilis in Kentucky. yer little head about others' troubles third finger. reason aside from the purchase The power of the soy beans and cow-pe- Tennessee. Virginia and North and when, goodness knows, ye have The girl at Dawson's side flushed and & Sons. to gather nitrogen from the air. South Carolina to encourage not only job-th- ey ar yerown," that matron said, wip- looked down. price They do the run production of a better grade of eggs, the large amount of organic matter ing her hands on her apron nnd giving To the art department a month later Lexington, Kentnclcv. they are capable of producing and but a more uniform method of gradget you all the time-th- ey there came a small registered parrel. her daughter's cheek n playful pinch. their beneficial effect upon tbe tilth of ing. Arrangements are- - being made to Nurserymen since 1841. "I know, mother, but" And the It contained a henry gold locket with cost of the" steam-engin- e the heavy soils are qualities which com- offer prizes for the production of the rest of tbe sentence was lost In a hug "No. 28"" engrnved on the front and mend them In the highest degree, to best dozen of eggs, nnd it Is expected and a kiss. types. two pictures in It photographs of Mr. 'the state, county or miui'clpal offsay nothing of their value as feeding that "Molly, dear," U mother confided. and Mrs. John W. Dawson. Cannot Be Cured icials will also offer prizes. stuffs. Five hundred dollars is the pric of tbeTord runWith X0CAI APPUCATION8. as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Caabout ;the touring car Ls five fifty; tbe town car sevSevere Attack ef Colic Card. tarrh is'a blood or constitutional disease,Charles M. Wilhite.City Controller of and In order to cure it yu must take inen fifty-- f. o. b. Detroit, complete wita,awiii'iient. tarsal nil Hi Hull's Catarrh Cure ls E. E. Cross, who travels, in Virginia the city of Louisville since 1901 was upon Internally, and Get catalog and particulars-from L takenoiooa ana mucousacts directly uairs and other Southern" States, was taken arrested charged with the appropriating surrace. ine Catarrh Cure ls not a quacR medicine. It euddejuy and severely ill with colic. to his own use of bonds put up by them was prescribed by one of the best phybcyinie4: The -- Madisom sician in. this country tor, years and is store he came to the mer- - to tbe city to the amount o f $14,600 a regular prescription. It Is composed' . l.1 fjnambeilain s for the faithful performance ,of their rTcnaTnr- - recommended, the best tonics known. comfeiaed with the RlcbHMl.,Kv; c s best blood purifiers. acUnf WecUyohthe .pj'lfc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. contracts. Wilhite admits taking ' Or Conn's cous sunacea. The perfect cumDiaa- Two doses of it cured bjsi. No oae should the bonds and says that he placed them of the two lnredlenWJs what pro- wonaerrui results in curing' leave borne on a joarney without- a with various banks as collateral for irrb. Send for testimonials, free; T. J. CHENEt CO.. PrtiHL, Toledo, otue.othls- preparftttta. Faratle bjJ loans. He waadnitted to bond in the 1 .CH ; I M tfM-- THilHgtiU liTiri TOc. nil ucwcfo. mm oi A1A AAA r.coattlvatioa. " rt n i n n $iu,uw. ? rr WARMER'S fv-ii- 6 - H CULTIVATE I H 1111111 1 1 1 4 I ! 11 COLUMN piLIGENTLY. Jooklng over ber Iron rimmed glasses, "at yer age I was Just as bad. I wor- f" '"""I II IMII til II KHQIIIIIHII , Scientific No. 28, Diplomat CARDS.: I Farming Tu-t- m WHERE -- ' A Hair Cut and Shave Hn Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE i -- Auctioneer. A. t0. Dr. Wm. Pryor, I . I Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. i I i x General News. llo)-e-vt1l be-lu- THE NEW I Barber Shop g, one-hal- J. E. Seale9Frop W. M. ELLIOTT, d:J-renc- er " e-- - ent B pre-cjtt- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, HoftSS" dis-troy- Paint . I - K- - Tu-en- . I - uder-son'- e 1u 't 4 He-aske- ', (i;h T-i- J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer I e s llil ba-i-- k little-wrinkl- e Strawberry TREES Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Plants J Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines ' I the out-numberi- ng tkree there's alf as H.F.IIillenmeyer there-and-backath- Gatanh I m SUBSCRIBE FOR ' Gvtge, gto'fe.'rst Gae; '&&:&.,; The Central Record, v- oi w-a- " - T m j-- m $ Per M.eary jssr' V - a rrtirvir i . ,M J ..' t "s-,- .. ,