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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 16, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914071601_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 16, 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. f THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELlQJOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKNIY FIFTH YEAR. m LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 16, 1914. JUST HOW MANY MORE NUMBER 15. 12&32B3SH3S&33 MIGHT BE WORKED TO ADVANTAGE HERE. USEFUL HARRODSBURG CITIZEN a f3MMjp5rwvGONS buggks'harness. BLOWS WILL DAN Live In The Country and have the convenience of the City by Installing VILLE STAND. And now the Danville Fair, usually one of the best in the state, has been called off. giving as the reasons, the severe drought and the absence of hotel accommodations. Poor old Danville just how much more degradation we wonder will she suffer before her wealthy citizens come to their own senses and her rescue and put up some kind of a hostelry in keeping with the needs of the town. Surely, surely ere long the light will break in upon them, they will come to their senses, will realize the fact, readily apparent to her neighbors, that the good old town is on the rapid decline, and will do something to restore her to her former standing of one of the hest and most progressive towns in Kentucky. Water Works in YOUR HOME from your Spring or CISTERN. We make a SPECIALTY of fthis LINE. Also installing FURNACES and PIPE WORK of all descriptions. CONGRESSMAN STANLEY'S A Minister Still FATHER la The Service. 4 I W $ Mi AUTO SERVICE TO The tomato crop is being destroyed by a new enemy. A worm, evidently CRAB ORCHARD. a borer of some description, very much resembling the ordinary tobacco worm, Mr. J. S. Haselden's auto will carry but varying in length from one to two parties of seven or more to Crab inches in length, is destroying the crop. Orchard every Friday and Saturday The worm enters the tomato which night, for $1.00 for the round trip. immediately begins to rot and is of course rendered useless. They evident MIGHTY BATTLES ly attack only ripe fruit or those about to ripen, but they are here in large FOR TEMPERANCE numbers and unless something is done to check their ravages, the already To Be Fought In Kentucky. Purchasers get the benefit of our 10-drought curtailed crop will be damaged years experience in the business. at least fifty per cent.-Before the coming of frost fourteen Look for other bargains listed in next counties within the Commonwealth will issue. Owners of farms who want to have voted as to whether or not whis GARRARD COUNTY HAS HER sell should see us at once. key shall be banished from their con Three cottages at the low prices. fines. They are Daviess, Henderson, QDOTO ACCORDING TO $1800., $2000. and$2100. Christian, McCracken, Bell. Mason, 86 acres, on pike, very fertile land, Montgomery, Clark, Bourbon, Fayette, high class improvements, beautiful loLAST CENSUS. IV Anderson, Shelby, Franklin and Scott. cation. Everything considered, it is a Lancaster people are finding Crab In some of these counties the contest Kentucky has 208,034 men and women, bargain at $140. NOTICE. Orchard Springs a cool and welcome will be doubtful, and the race will be according to the last report of the retreat these days. 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville The date of the expiration of your spirited, while in others the issue is one United States Census Bureau, who can subscription is printed on this paper well improved, large tobacco barn. If sided, but the battle against rum will not read and write-vahia- b le material Much complaint is heard of stock opposite your name. The price is a you want a money maker see this farm. be relentless, every argument will be going to waste-goo- d people, but in a being allowed to roam at large at night, dollar a year in advance. We need the $70. per acre. broughtjto bear, the ablest advocates state of mental darkness. Garrard much to the detriment of many nice money and need it bad. Four hundred acres of as fertile land the cause obtainable will be engaged County has 834 of these unfortunates, lawns. in the work, and a battle for temper- A movement is on foot to give these as there is in Kentucky, near famous Blackberries, small in size, inferior SALE OF FARM. ance such as was never waged before people a chance like. the grown people Camp Dick Robinson section. 4 tobacco in guality and high in price, but blackbarns, silo, tenant houses, stock barn, Hughes and Swinebroad the real will be fought for the banishment of of Rowan County had in their Moon berries just the same, are on the light Schools. In that county men and large, attractive 8 room residence. You estate men sold for J. W. Vaiarsdall strong drink. Mrs. Frances E. market. president of the State W. C. women past eighty learned in a few must see this to appreciate it. Good his farm of 126J acres near Bryants-vill- e cash, twenty-thre- e investment and good home, half Mint is about the greenest vegetato Jas I. Hamilton. Price not T. U. and herself a speaker in the weeks to read and write. Only cause of temperance of no mean abiliilliterates were left in that balance 1 to 10 years time. Cheap at days. Mint, what given. tion to be seen th"e $100. per acre. Mrs. Vanarsdall and his excellent ty, will make a personal canvass of county, though there were 1152 when a mockery: with nothing to go with it each of the counties, and victories the Moonlight Schools began, three In order to settle tne business of a territory. family will return to their old home in in a dry Indiana. They have made many friends which will surely be won by the dry years ago. A number of Kentucky partnership, selling $50,000 worth of The man with the hay bailer is find- here and we are sorry to have them forces, will be due in no small measure teachers have taKen up the movement, goods annually, we will sell the large ing business exceedingly good. Fanners leave the county. to her efforts. and Moonlight Schools are being con- lot, store room, warehouse, mill. light are very wisely having every wisp of We are to be thankful that our ducted in a number of counties in the plant, stock of General Merchandise, bath straw and hay bailed. along this line Farming Implements, Buggies etc.. NEPHEW OF LOCAL PEOPLE. troubles whiskey was are long since State. Kentucky Illiteracy Commission belonging to Becke:, Ballard & Co., in passed, banished from The a Garden truck is literally burned to Mr. R. E. McRoberts and Mrs. J. R. Lancaster by means of the ballot more has opened headquarters in the new the thriving town of Bryantsville. crisn. Vegeatables are high and hardly Mount have the sympathy of the entire than 25 years ago. The campaign is State capital at Frankfort, snd will This is the only store of the kind in 10 obtainable and he who has well to be remembered and was a gladly give information or lend as- miles of that place, and it is surrounded "mess of beans' ' in his garden is indeed community because of the death of warmly contested one, friend was ar- sistance to any who are interested in by thickly settled, rich farming lands. their nephew Charles McRoberts Jr., lucky. I which oeetirrprl at liRrgmr. n loot rayed against friend, breaches of stamping out illiteracy from Kentucky Let us show this property, and prove The oil placed upon the streets is Thursday. Younff McRoberts who WM friendship were made, which we are either in Moonlight Schools or by in by the Bryantsville Bank the amount nrnvinn- :i freat UiessiiJU. uui .jl . out sixteen years cf age was at work glad to say are long since healed, and structing individuals in their homes. of business they are doing. dust during the recent dry hot on nis lathers farm a few miles out of we are living in a dry county, perhaps The Commission is composed of Mrs. the No 491. 185 acres of high class land, weather would have been well nigh .araujje, unving a Dinaer, when a as dry as can be had under the present Cora Wilson Stewart, President; Dr. 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per unbearable. severe thunder storm came up, and the laws which permit interstate shipment, J. G. Grabbe, Secretary and Treasurer, acre, $120. voung man fell a victim to a bolt of and beyond doubt, we are living much Hon. Barksdale Hamlett, President H. 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele The Assistant Editor of the Record to his bed the past lightning. Seeing him fall from the more comfortably and happily than if H. Cherry, and Miss Ella Lewis. None land, large tobacco barm, all but '.) has been confined machine his parents rushed to him, but we had open saloons. But the casting of these men and women are to be paid acres in grass, on pike in one mile of week with a virulent attack of "pizen while on the recent were unwilling to believe he was dead out of the saloon is not by any means for their services. Can we not lend Lancaster. Price 120. per acre. oak" contracted and placing him in a buggy hurried him the end of the battle, at least this was them a hand? It is our Keutucky as Masonic trip to Liberty. No 494. Several pieces of splendid to LaGrange, but physicians pronounc-e- d our experience, tor with the debarment well as their Kentucky. Let us wipe city property for sale. proshis death instantaneous. of the legal sale, the "blind .tiger illiteracy out of Kentucky by 1920 If all the splendid threats and mile from 496. 100 acres of land, Hejwas a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles reared his ugly head. But we long when the next census is taken. pects of rain which we have had in the Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles past ten days had materialized, what a McRoberts, the former a brother of since succeeded in downing this beast, from Lancaster, good improvements, splendid condition of affairs would Mr. R. E. McRoberts and Mrs. J. R. and by the aid of efficient officers whose large tobacco barn, well worth the Mount of Lancaster. actions are backed up by strong public have prevailed in this vicinity. i price of $100. per acre. sentiment, he stays downed, or at least 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lanas soon as he seeks to again rear his CREATES MUCH EXCITEMENT WECCOME RAIN. AS OTHERS SEE US. caster & Lexington pike, splendid imhead, a well dircted blow crushes that Rain began falling at 10 o'clock MonEditor Henry Thomas of the Casey ambition, provements, at $90. per acre, 17 Contestants Are After The Piano. day night and fell for several hours, County News has the following .comBut eternal vigilance and that alone 493. 63 acres, improved, near Paint and again on Tuesday a "regular plimentary notice of the visit of the excludes liquor from a community, the The following is the standing or the Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. soaker" fell, which was general through Lancaster Masons to Liberty recently successful outcome of a local option contestants on Wednesday July 15th. 499. 73 acres of rich land, right on out the county. As a result crops are "Saturday at high noon, a do2en election by no means that the district 1. Lancaster M. E. Church. pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancaslooking much better, stock water is select Masons from Lancaster Chapter where the election was held is to be 2. Marie' Comely, ter, priced at $120. per acre and is again plentiful and the spirits of the landed in Liberty and as soon as refresh thenceforward actually dry. The tern 3. Katherine Bourne, worth it. farmers are again soaring with a ments could be served at the Beil Hotel perance people will not then be enabled 4. Odd Fellsws, No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, prospect of good corn and tobacco which. was ready upon their arrival, to fold their bands and rest in peace, 5. Masonic Lodge Room, N near Bryantsville. $100. per acre. crops. the happy party repaired to the Masonic the battle has but commenced, and un6. Ludella Peace, No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from Hall where some splendid gentlemen A STOP TO iT. were introduced and took all the de less they are up and doing, their, recent 7. Lillie Jones, town limits of Lancaster on Lexington LET'S HAVE won victory will prove but a farce. 8. Willie Macy Gastineau, Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildBe on your guarth do not stop with The officers cannot as a matter of grees including the Royal Arch. 9. Myrtle Pointer, ing sites a bargain at $150. peracre. There are four lengthy degrees be- the winning of the election, see that course stay up all night to enforce the 10. Paint LicK School, 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile stray, pen ordinance, and some of our longing to the order and this Lancas- the law is enfotced, see that you have 11. Woman's Club, from pike, fertile land, highly improved ter degree team seemed to know every efficient officers who will enfore the 127'K. P. Lodge. citizens seem to be taking advantage lies well, splendid water, susceptible of 13. Buena Vista School, of this fact to turn their stock out to word and knew how to make it dramatic. law, ana n necessary give them your division into two or three farms. $95. At 6 o'clock P. M. recess was taken physical as well as moral support in 14. Anne Reid, graze alter tne snaaes 01 evening iaii per acre. 15. .Union School District, and on Sundays: Several nice lawns for supper, and at seven the Chapel their by no means easy undertaking. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from. severely damaged through was again in action putting on the Montgomery, 16. Iva B. have bjfgp Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other r 17. Jim House Jr. this practice, and it appears to ns that work, making itinteresting, instructive LOST.' . Closes July 25th. people who are accus- andjibjany&tic, every stegof the wayand Double beautiful level building site fronting Contest if some of these , A. dark brown hair braid. Think it Pianp Votes will be given on Men 'a. and pike. t $110. Deracra. v tomed to turn their stock out to annoy kepjtjt'up Wtil ttfet rriidtaight hour ,. the work" 'with instalfa- - wasMost on Lexington street, close tc Boys Suits and on Shoes and Ladies neighbors were fined for. the For further'paroculars write orcajl ratty their ; a stoo.to this very tionof new officers for the Liberty Square Finder please return to this Ready to Wear, Clothing, Commencing on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real, es- - if 12 man ofrtee: T.nistir--- ,- K. ,, . ..... Friday morning July.lvth. - !"" LIVE andLET LIVE FOLKS It may not be generally known that the father of Congressman A. O. Stan ley, one of the three candidates for the Democratic Senatorial nomination, is a minister of the gospel, but he is. His name is Rev. Dr. William Stanley, and he is a leading light of the Christian church at Burkesville, Cumberland county Ky. Dr. Stanley, who came to Louisville a few days ago to see his son, who was there for a political speech, although 83 years old, is active ly engaged in the ministry, and told a newspaper reporter who interviewed him that lie can still ride horseback or a bicycle with almost the same ease he did as a young man. He has served in various pulpits throughout Kentucky for nearly fifty years and personally knew Alexander Campbell, the founder of the denomination, which now numbers such a large membership in this State. Dr. Stanley takes a most lively interest in the Senatorial candidacy of his distinguished son and is confident he will win the toga. Lexington Lead er. If you see the police slipping around J 9 late at night with a gum shoe step, AND INTELLECTUAL they are not looking for dynamiters and seiners who are violating the fish laws, but are trying to see whose sprinkGENTLEMAN DEAD. ler or hose is turned on. Harrodsburg The Harrodsburg Herald of July 10th Leader. gives an interesting account of a meetHistorical ing of the Harrodsburg HACKLEY POSTOFFICE Society, at which its president, Hon. W. W. Stephenson TO BE DISCONTINUED. edition of the same presided. An extra paper gives an acThe postoffice at Hackley is to be count of the sudden death of this discontinued on July 31st. Patrons of worthy gentleman. Mr. Stephenson was taken suddenly the office will be supplied by a rural route to be established out on Paint ill in the office of attorney C. E. RanLick, and some of the people who haue kin; medical assistance was summoned, been accustomed to get their mail at but he died before he could be sufHackley will doubtless patronize rural ficiently revived to be removed from route No. 1 out of Lancaster which the office. Mr. Stephenson was one of the leadalso travels in that vicinity. Hackley is near the home of Mr. Joe Burnside ing citizens in Central Kentucky, a on theKirksville pike and Mr. S, R. striking figure in democratic politics, he had served in both houses of the Foley was the postmaster. Kentucky legislature, being a member of the Senate at the time of the death GIVElHE METHODIST of Gov. Gobel. and a leader among the advocates of peace in those troublous SUNDAY SCHOOL THE VOTES times. Prominent in church circles, for many years a deacon in the ChrisThe Methodist Sunday School of Lan tian church, and at the time of hi3 caster wants the Piano to be given dealh a teacher of the largest bible away t R. S. Brown's. We need it class in his church; a noted historian, and will appreciate the assistance of perhaps with Kentucky our friends and the friends of the more.conversant history than any citizen of the state. Vote your coupons for our Church. philanthropist and elegant gentleman. Sunday School. Don't delay, the con Mr. Stephenson was 57 years of age. test does not last long. He was never married but lived with Walton E, Moss, Supt. his sisters Misses Mary and Martha Mrs J. W. Hamilton, Mrs J. M. Stephenson in Harrodsburg. Mount, Mrs S. W. Moss, Mrs W. E. Mr. Stephenson was well known in Moss. Miss Marie Ballard, Miss Jennie Lancaster and Garrard county, where Lackey and Miss Elizabeth Ford, Com. he has both as an attorney and socially made many visits, and ha3 many warm friends who grieve to hereof his sudden WHO CAN SUGGEST A taking. REMEDY FOR THIS EVIL? Jnusefoi4fl years and still going T. Studebaker. L. IN a recent letter to Ohio states that he Balch of Coshocton, owns a Studebaker Farm Wagon which has been in constant use for 42 years and is still giving good service. This clearly shows that a Studebaker Farm Wagon is a gdod investment for any farmer. We constantly carry a full line of Studebaker Farm Wagons, just as dependable, just as strongly built as the 42 year old wagon owned by Mr. Balch. When you want a Farm Wagon, come in and let us show you our line of STUDEBAKERS. We can save you money. BDHAB"! Bis SaS K liii Ti nHvLEL8Erik ii ii PilU ill. ltd iizni k ii is n RARE BARGAINS. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. I " JGl l I ! t 2W. 1 solicit your butcher trade. Our "Our Prices WE main inducement is LOW PRICES. ' Help Beau-cham- p, Lower Cost Of Living" Low prices, however, mean nothing without QUALITY. We combine both FIRST CLASS meats at ROCK BOTTOM figures. Don't you think you ought to PLAY FAIR with yourself and TRY TJ3 OUT on this statement? Davidson & Doty. WMEffCTJiBFf I'll BROWN'S BIG SALE If you are looking for a 1 I 8 Wagon) buy the I il I Old Hickory It runs lighter and lasts longer than an; other wagon. . -f- Sold samd ,, v. warranted.. fSi " annoyJgce;fC8t . IWyl . kik i k . ROMANS . r " !SjMMmir V .r- - , 'V sir , - ?V .' .sy . ti - .' Page 2 Go to Church Message Twentieth Century Method of Awakening Religious Fervor CHURCH movement has been so widely heralded throughout the country there ha been a big increase in the attendance at churches. Clergymen decl'are that RELIGION NEVER WAS DEAD. All that it AND IT HAS AWAKENED. needed was an awakening. thousands today who have not yet heeded the But there are GO TO CHURCH call. Tt is to these that this appeal is directed. Do yon believe in a Supreme Being? If you do, is he not worthy of worship? No matter how derelict you have been in the past, the rliurch awaits vou. If you haven't been to church in a decade all the more reason that you GO TO CHURCH now. The Central Record, Thursday July 16, 1914. A WOMAN'S CHARMS Beautiful hair, fluffy, lustrous, abun- RICHARD P. ERNST, CANDIDATE UNITED Cooling Wash Stops That Itch Tea not in half an hour not In troubles, TVo can give you a good sl ten minutes but in G seconds. trial bottle Just a. lew drops of that mild, sooth-in- s, Prescription of the genulna D. J. D. for onljr 25 cents. cooling wash, tha D. D. D. PreDon't fail to try this famous remedy scription, tho famous cure for Eczema, any kind of summer skin trouble for r.ad the itch is gone. Tour burning is instantly relieved end you haveskin we know I, V, D. will give you Instant ah. bolute protection from all summer skin relief. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster.Ky dant and free trom dandruff, is one of woman's greatest charms it's her main delight ye't many who would be most attractive but for their streaked, thin and lifeless hair, think there is no remedy and that pretty hair is a gift of nature. Beautiful hair is really a matter of care and attention. Parisian Sage, when rubbed into the scalp and applied to the hair, will work wonders-yo- u will be surprised and delighted with the first application not only will the hair appear abundant, soft, fluffy, radiant with life, but really doubly beautiful. Parisian Sage supplies hair and scalp needs. It surely removes dandruff with one application and cleanses the hair of all dirt and excessive oil. It is an inexpensive, scientific tonic, and contains nothing to injure the hair or scalp. It can be secured from R. E. McRoberts or at any drug store. FOR STATES SENATO,. I GO TO CHURCH! In the brief time that the GO TO Successful Lawyer and Business Man Seeks the Republican Nomination Graduate of "Old Centre" College Prominent In Religious and Educational Work In Covington and His Native State Bl " I S I AS A MATTER OF FACT THERE NEVER WAS A TIME WHEN PEOPLE HAD FORGOTTEN CHURCH. IN LATTER DAYS THERE HAS BEEN A WAVE OF MATERIALISM AND UNGODLINESS, BUT RELIGION ONLY REQUIRED AN AWAKENING CRY. THE GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT IS AS A PRAIRIE FIRE. IN EVERY VILLAGE, HAMLET. TOWN AND CITY THE CRY HAS BEEN TAKEN UP. THIS GO TO CHURCH MESSAGE IS A TWENTIETH CENFERVOR. IT IS RELIGIOUS TURY METHOD OF AWAKENING SUCCEEDING. K R Out-of-da- te and out-of-u- se go the i:kna vista John I. Naylor made a business trip to Lexington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Green of Lexington are visiting relatives hre. Mr. Abe Hardrick of Hamilton O., visited Geo Barnett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ruble of were recent guests of Mrs. V. S. Evans. Johny Daugherty of Lexington is visiting his grandfather Mr.- - J. T. Christopher. Misses Florence Christopher and Myrtle Ruble are taking a course at Chautauqua N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Christopher attended the funeral of Mr. Clay Watts m Jessamine Sunday. John L. Christopher of Lexington, spent several days of this week with his father J. T. Christopher. Mr. John Asher and family of near Harrodsburg spent Sunday with Mrs. Nannie Jennings and family. Mrs. J. E. Scott is reported better this week and her family and friends are hoping for her a speedy recoveiy. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott was unable to take charge of her school near Bur-gthis week on account of the serious illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Christopher. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Anderson and Mrs. J. K. Daugherty of Lexington motored over Sunday and were guests of J. E. Scott and family. Wil-mo- re i i Do vou - part in this splendid movement. When you read this ask your neighbor if ho has read it. KEEP BOOSTING. Some people sav that GOING TO CHURCH IS GETTING TO BE If that is so there are some fads worth A FAD "NOWADAYS. while, after all. When one considers that all that the churches ask is a brief time even-- Sunday morning it is hard to conceive how any one can refrain from performing this plain duty. GO TO GO GO heavy cars. The Ford has always been light and strong, which no doubt accounts for its increasing sales the world over. It'd the stan- dard and universal car, having proven itself most fit. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford run- about ;the touring carisfive fifty; the town car sev- en fifty--- f. o. 1. Detioit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from 1 1 II JJ 11 ill: i J CHURCH next Sunday! TO CHURCH the following Sunday! TO CHURCH every Sunday! The Madison Garage, I Richmond, Incorporated. Kv; IS Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. !l i , : " iii" ; icmk,.;v..; y$?0?iji RWWr;5So '3MKSaSSagi3&M& :5$&&V ixwjj'i.'Tv'r 'yr?'n '. - . - '3 GTG'-- - Ks-y-S- I Richard P. Ernst, Candidate far Republican Nomination U. S. Senator. I I I m Continued For io THEY ALL DEMAND IT eLOFG si Lancaster Like Every Cily and Town in the Union, Receives It. Bip Don't miss the many bargains we are offering. yUai PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. People with kidney ills want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies today that relieve, but not permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. Here is proof of merit from this vicinity. Mrs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St., Stanford, Ky., says: "My kidneys have long been troublesome ana irregular in their work. My back ached constantly and sometime was so lame I could not bend over without great effort. After using Doan's Kidney Pills, my kidneys became normal, and the backache left. Doan's Kidney Pills tuned up my system and I have since been enjoying good health," Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Hubble had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. lUNT LICK. spent Sunday in m Efe tL & 4s V ess Jk VJs W & m &a h$ Mr. E. L. Woods Cincinnati. A Nice New Liae Just Received. Drug Store. t- Mrs. A. B. Estridge and Miss Lena spent Monday in Berea. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods and children spent Sunday at Slate Lick Springs Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Miss Geneva, were visitors in Berea. Sunday. Miss Mary Noel of Danville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Woods. the guest of lace. Miss Minnie Woods, of Stanford, .Mr. McRoberts ty-- is and Mrs. Henry Wal- He received his primary education at Covington and ifter-v.ar- d graduated from "Old Centre" College, at Danville, with the Class ot 'IS, winning the valedictory honors ot his class. Later he graduated from the Law School of the University of Cincinnati, in a class of which William H. Taft was a member. Shortly after completing his studies he married Miss Susan Brent, granddaughter of Chas. Brent, who was for manj years a prominent citizen of Paris, Ky. They have two children, one son and one daughter, now grown. Mr- Ernst, because of his splendid business ability and attractive personality, early in life became prominently identified with the business interests of Northern Kentucky, and through his Covington and Cincinnati law offices has attained great success in his profession. Republican. Politically Mr. Ernst has been a lifelong Republican. For many years he has devoted both his time and his means to a very liberal degree for the success of his party. He was for many years a member of the State Central Committee, was its chairman when the party achieved its most notable triumphs in the state, has been delegate to several national conventions, and in many other ways has served his party, often at great personal sacrifice. He has been able to maintain terms of friendship with all elements and factions in his party, and if nominated will receive tho support of Republicans and independents without regard to any former personal prejudices or factional differences. Interested in Church and School. Mr. Ernst Is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Covington, and an elder In that congregation. For many years he has been President of the Covington Young Men's Christian Association, which Is one of the most successful and widely popular institutions of its kind In the country, as it appeals to boys of all denominations. Mr. Ernst retains a wide interest in educational affairs. He is not only a member cf the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, "Old Centre," but is also a trustee of the Western College for "Women, at Oxford, O., and is a in the schools Life-Long Covington, Ky. (Special.) Richard i trustee of Lane Seminary, at Oincin- P. Ernst, who Is a candidate for the natl, one o the oldest schools of the i ,?r, Republican nomination for L'nited ology in the United States. In this n States Senator, is a native Kentuckian, connection he has been very liberal in I jt having been born In Covington in 1858, offering prizes to stimulate the stu- - j iSi tj where he has lived all of his life, and dent, and is usually responsible for the schooling of at least one young man where his parents lived. every year. He also takes an active personal interest In all local charitable institutions. Strong With Workingmen. Mr. Ernst has always had manj warm friends among the working boya of Covington, and enjoys great popularity with them. He has always aid--, ed them in their troubles, and ha! hppn :i vprv inflnonflnl fnptni In hi. ' work of making their relations with their employers pleasant and profitable. A Business Campaign. Mr. Ernst's candidacy will appeal strongly to the business men of Kentucky. Successful himself and identified with men who have succeeded Id commercial and professional life, he offers his services to the state at a detime when there is a mand for high-clas- s business men to take a part in politics, and to offer to the state and to the country that degree of business skill and experience which is so necessary to success in private life. There is a growing conviction that business Interests have not been fairly and intelligently represented in the councils of government that gentlemen, well disposed, no doubt, but without practical knowledge of commercial affairs, and who themselves have not won their spurs in business and professional careers, have attempted to legislate along theoretical rather than practical lines, and that as a result of these experiments all departments of business and the public generally have suffered. Mr. Ernst, if nominated and elected. will take to his Senatorial office not only a mind trained by education and experience, but that wide, practical viewpoint which will enable him to act at all times to the best interest of the farmer, the manufacturer and the consumer. Conservative Politically. It may be stated in this connection that Mr. Ernst, In his political management, has always treated his Democratic opponents with such a spirit of fairness and courteous consideration that he has the confidence and respect of members ot that party to a most unusual degree. wide-spread I Eleven Oar Load; OF Building Material. EwmmjmMgzzzm Just received, TwoCars?oftBrickr Two cars ofSand, Two carslof rough Lumber. XZT7 BS3E2J3 Two cars of; Cement and Lime. JiThree CarsfoffFlooriug, Ceiling, r J-- When we buy in this quantity, our prices are'vbound to please. Burnam & Rucker, PainttLick, Kentucky gHtraifrglDSgOw wrvSiSgl I U nrami JJllN PAINT xpnEipj It BBafeffcsJCT rlVJLU W M ISM BE!; w BS3 ilztf AND HAY RAKES. The Best Line Ever Brought To Paint Lick. Treadway, Denny & Co LICK, KENTUCLY. Scrubs Fatten Quickly You want your pigs to eat as much as possible when you fatten them. Give them a great variety of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in good order, and you will obtain the desired result; especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of which netted me over pounds. H. KIsner, fine. I put jome scrubbr-looki-nc ho;s in the pen to fatten an J Rave them Bee Dee STOCK. MEDICINE in their feed. 1 soon had s. Col. and Mrs. Watson of Thomasville Georgia are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Woods Walker. t ADV. r"8 Tm-- j l. " - - ." ujj L'lCKAUHEItKVil.LK. Mr. j j Miss Lula McWhorter returned Tuesday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs Laban tractor, will soon begin the erection of a Darn ior inr uuie jonnson. SCO Kirk at Paintsville. Mrs. A. B. Wynn left last week for a visit to her brother, Mr. J. E. Howard and family at Hulen Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods and Mrs. W. M. Eldridge motored to Danville EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. Tuesday evening for Chautauqua. Dr. Boggs of Richmond and Miss Nancy Long of Lancaster, were cuests of Miss Stella McWhorter on Sunday. Paint Lick and Point Leavell played a good game of ball Saturday afternoon on the Point Leavell diamond, resulting 1n a score of 6 to C in favor of Paint Lick. Misses Stella McWhorter and Ethel Estridge and Messrs Roy Estridge and Harry McWhorter motored to Richmond Thursday evening for the concert given by Kryl's Band. Mr. Mid Ross has sold his house and lot south of town to the Baptists for a parsonage. Mr. Ross and family will move to Mr. Eli Estndge's residence immediately and Mr. Ellis and family will take possession of the parsonage at once. Mrs. W. R. Cress, of Monticello and J. H. Thompson. Mrs. Harvey Cress, and little daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson visited Goldie, are visiting Mrs. J. M. Crers. Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and Mr. Miss Sennie Richardson is visiting and Mrs. H. G. Cummies visited Mr. and Mrs. John Cummins at Lawrence-burMrs. Sam Ramsey, at Crab Orchard. Sunday last. meeting at the The protracted A delightful hay ride party given by Methodist church began Saturday night. Mr. John T. Rigsby one night last Misses Carrie and Zula Naylor and week, was an enjoyable affair. Mr. Mrs. Thomas Naylor visited the Misses and Mrs. Arthur Miller chaperoned the Gill. merry crowd. Mr. John Naylor and son, Mr. Thomas A glorious rain fell here last Friday Naylor visited Wm. Naylor near StanThe downpour was acafternoon. ford. companied by hail but no great damage Mr. Edgar Holtzclaw will go to was done. Lightning burned two Richmond Monday to consult the Drs. wheat stacks for Mr. Ed. Stevens, on Gibson. Stingy Creek. Little Miss Nannie Holtzclaw visited her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Lawrence at Headache and Nervousness Cared. While Oak. sister, of LouisMr. Fred Parson-an"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled ville, visited Mrst W. C. Cummins and to all" the praise I can give them," relatives at Cedar Creek. writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, Rev. Thomas Owens will preach at N.-They have, cured me of headthe Baptist church' Saturday night, ache and nervousness and restored me Sunday and Sunday night. to my normal health.',' For sale by all Mr. J. P. Arnold, our popular con- - dealers. g. d 1-- J. F. Thompson is visiting Mr. 'Bee De Whets the appetite STOCK MEDICINE Helps digestion. DanlcucttWa. 25c, 50c and 51. per can. At your dealer's. p. k. Mi'7f)yfyTOgiiP.mLV..T."'TT" i RETURN QGIiMH AND19th SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION July '3 $.50 Trip Round $.5Q Trip Round , A SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Jit'Jf3 ragkj - The Central Record, Thursday July 16, 1914 THE GREAT STANFORD. Misses Minnie and Stella Rupley are it home for the summer. baby. Page 3 SPRINGS. Mt. Hebron Mr. Elventon Lemay ha3 a very sick CRAB ORCHARD Knights $1,000 Pythias Stake Colt Fair Stake Stanford, Ky., August 19th, 20th and 21st, 1914. Saddle $500 Harness Futurity 100 Third Destined to be the best County Fair in Central Kentucky. Entries Annual Exhibition. Floral Hall. Poultry Show. to the above Stakes close July 15, 1914 For further Information and Entry Blanks, Address W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Kentucky. Secretary. -- ssJ I rv i jtS I Bang! ' Another WHEN road you have Blowout! a blowout on or your engine goes wrong or something else gets out of gear wc are at your service. We tow "dead" cars home or we epair them on the spot. If you can reach us with your own ,owcr we guarantee to locate the trouble at once and fix It right at least cost to you. i iKEfnEL 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. a?- - "IS m H H m Automo bile i I ATTENTI 1 I When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where 1 prompt and satisfactory I services are rendered. U S u We have the largest and best equipped i i l 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 8 prices are reasonable. Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. I B; South Limestone. 5: Lexington, Kentucky. miiii)MMMmm0ixMMm Mr. and Mrs. Elkin were welcome guests at C. 0. for the week end. Mr. Orbin Thompson is quite sick at Jake Robinson of Columbus Ga. has this writing. Mis3 Rachel Hill has returned from a opened up an office at C. 0. where he Mr. W. L. Grow had a nice milk cow furnishes aspirin tablets to those who visit to her aunt in Danville. to die Friday. are brave enough to indulge. Miss Susan Fisher Woods is spending Miss Mary Sherrow was the guest of Mrs. Best who came to C. 0. for a Orchard. several days at Crab the Misses Coulters near Bryantsville vacation with her grand daughter Mrs. Capt. J. L. B. Coffey and wife, of last week. Blanpied was taken ill several days ago Frankfort, are here with relatives and Mrs. E. F. Scott spent part of last and continues in a critical condition. week with her sister Mrs. N. K. Mul-lin- s friends. Joe Haselden is certainly on his job. at Bryantsville. has returned Miss Georgia Johnson What job? To havr his car in readiness Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duncan are at all times to transfer passengers to to Lancaster after spenamg several lejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl. and from Lancaster to C. O., days hero. but his The little Miss has been christened longing desire to reach this place at Miss Mattie Lee Hubble has returned Josephine. once, he semetimes jumps in the first home after a visit to Miss Nell Eubanks Mrs. Peachie Grow who has been car to pass to get there immediately in The IHC Line at Daeville. INTERNATIONAL Harvester spending a few days with her sister order to commence business. MAW AND HAT What MACHINES nure spreaders have a score of good Miss Mary Bird Givens has returned Mrs. Jno Roberts in Jessamine return-hom- e business? Mint, Reapers features in tbeir construction. Each one is Headers. Mowers Wednesday. home after a visit to relatives and Crab Orchard entertained Sunday for Kites, Sutlers the result of careful field experiment. Hsj Lenders friends here. Mr. Salter Hamm of Little Hickman dinner and supper over 200 people. The An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, Hit PrM COIN MACHINES spent a few days last week with his ball Friday night was the largest ever yet it ha8 plenty of clearance underneath. The rear Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Planters, Pickers axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide Binders. Cmhmtocs Lebanon Junction, are here with rela- brother Mr. Jno Hcmm, who is confin- known so early in the season, the dancnms and lugs, insuring good traction unEnsihf s enters ed to his home from an injury caused ing being kept up until after midnight. tives and friends. Snellen. Ssredden der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving TILLAGE from mashing his foot some weeks ago. It now comes to Pa and Ma. Where parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a ret--. Mrs J. F. Larue, of Louisville, was will we locate the late arrivals? Lan simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented nnd Disk Hnrrewt Cstarstors the guest of her sister, Mrs. George by large diameter, and beater teeth are strdue, square Best Diarrhoea Remedy. caster was and is at all times on hand, GENERAL LINE and DeBorde Monday. Oil si Cu Ensues the many people who come from this i Oil Tractors International manure spreaders are built in eeveaal If you have ever used Chambei Iain's Messrs Spresders Miss Bane West, of Lexington, was Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy wide awake little town certainly apstyles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, Crssss Sepsrstsrs for small farms or large. Examination will show the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. you know that it is a success. Sam F. preciate this near by summer home. Fsrm Wagons Meter Trvckj sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, Every one is enjoying themselves and O'Bamon Sunday. Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had Tnressers if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. every one here knows each other and CraiaDnI!s Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. Mrs. J. F, Cummins and Ida M. measles and got caught out in the rain, at once feel Feed Grinders at home. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send Knife Grinders Pettus have returned home after a visit and it settled in my stomach and Binder Tariae you interesting catalogues. Following is a few of the many who bowels. I had an awful time, and had to relatives at Corbin. it not been for Chamberlain's Colic. have been registered at C. O. Springs. Beverly Rout, of Louisville, is here International Harvester Company of America W. O. King, Lancaster. Ky., Bryan Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could spending a few days with his parents. not possibly ha e lived but a few hours Ballard, Lexington, Ky.T Anna Kin-caiMr. and Mrs. B. F. Rout. New Albany Middlesboro, Ky., Jack Menifee, Ind. longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am vclJ ? li' Ounpioa Dteria; cltComick Kuwaite Oilcrce PIj-- 0 Mrs. Kate Miller, who has been in now well and strong." For sale by all Stanford. Ky., C. D. Portwood. Lexington, Ky , JulidHiggings, Richmond, Pittsburg Pa., for several months, is dealers. Ky., Shelby Jett and wife, Richmond, hpre to spend the summer. Ky., R. L. Elkm and wife, Lar caster, HAUKSIU'lCl. Miss Blanch Van Deveer is at home Ky., Richard Jett. and wife, Richmond. for the summer from Moganyon, N. C. Master Leonard Pollard is ill with Ky., Joe Hagan, Kirksville; Ky., Leslie where she taught last term. Turpin, Richmond. Ky., J M. Coy. symtons of typhoid fever. Mrs. T. AV. Pennington and little Mrs. Ocie Kemper has recovered Richmond. Ky., Maiy and Alma Lear, Paint Lick, Ky B. F. Alexander, daughter. Ann Frances are spending from a several days illness. Chattanooga, Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. several days at Crab Orchard. Miss Maud WaltoiThas gone to KingsHays, Berea, Ky., Robert Kmnaird. Mrs. J. W. Baughman has returned ton for an extended visit to her aunt. -" ,. Lancaster, Ky., T. J. Pi ice, Lancaster, '.'.'vV It i I ' - 'iS. ?x home from Danville, where she has Mr. Jno Layton has been a recent Ky., Elizabeth, Ford. Lancaster, J. S. been visiting Mrs. I. M. Dunn. visitor to his biiter Mrs. Wm Bruadus. Gil!,Lancaster,Ky.,J. S. Haselden.Lan-caste- r, Mrs W. K. Shugars who has been Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Broadus were Ky., Misses Eunice and Beasie visiting her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Tanner guests of their aunt Mrs. Wm. Broadus Prather, Lancaster, Ky., C. L. Zanone, Sunday. at McKinnev has returned home. Lancaster, Ky , Joe Burnside and lady. Kj., J. A. Hilton and Misses Mary Chesnut and Nancy Lancaster, Monday which was County Court Day, w as well attended, but there was very Woods of Lexington spent Sunday at ladv, Lancaster, Ky.. Okley Hilton and two ladies, Lancaster, Ky., 0. R. Crab Orchard. little of live stock on the market. Miss Minver Bogie went last week to Briget, Flemingsburg, Ky., Miss Carrie Will Lackev, o' St. Louis, Mo., was Bowling, Lancaster, W B. Burton, here a short time last week on his way visit friends and relatives at Buckeye Lancaster, Ky., Carlton Elkin and McCreary. to Crab Orchard to see his father, Mr. and wife Lancaster. Mrs. W. G. Mitchell, Miss Annie T. Cecil of Danville G. A. Lackey. Cincinnati, Ohio. P. D, Moore, Knoxreturned home Monday after a visit to ville, Tenn, Dr. J. B. Perkins and Miss Mary grand-motheher M. J. Embry Wilmore, Leo N. Smith Shepherd Cook, Mr. Lee Hill and Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Swope left this Chicago. Mary Ornett, Harlan, Ky, H. Katherine Davis Raney attended the week to make an extended visit to their J. Mazzin Louisville, W. C, Gooch Chautauqua at Danville last week. daughter Mrs. Wilford Dye of Middle- - Louisvill, Lee Kahn Cincinnati, Jake Wm. Severance and a number other burg. Robinson Columbus Ga, W. B. Burton of the leading merchants of this cit" Mr, J. B. Kemper recently delivered Lancaster, J. G. Allin, S. Allen and attended the annual meeting of the his Iambs to Clate Arnold the average wife, H. O. Rogers and J. G. Allen Jr. Central Kentucky Merchant's Associa of whice was 93 pounds the highest of Millerbburg, R. C. Johns Cincinnati, N. tion at Frankfort Tuesday. any known sale in this vicinity. T. Floyd and Mrs. E. Deitzman Louisville, G. P. Prewitt Winchester, C. N. m The missionary Campaign that was J$3 8m .&sm Cured of Indigestion. Quisenbury, Lexington. planned by the Baptist churches of the J. II. Peabody and wife, Louisville, South District Association to run from Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, Pa., M7 WTML XkiTHl jCnsnW 'TTB IV r OfVXI i. July to August 12th was inaugurated was bothered with indigestion. "My Ky., C. L. Banks, Louisville, Ky., R. here at ihe Baptist church Wednesday. stomach pained me night and day," M. Newland and family, Stanford, Ky., Sam Harris, Stanford, Ky., W. B. A number of the ladies of this city she writes. "I would feel bloated and Denny, Lancaster, Ky., Misses Elsie rehave headache and belching after eathave started to organize a Woman's and Margaret Morrow, J. G. Kinnaird, Club to work for the improvement of ing. I also suffered from constipation. and Joe Walker, all of Lancaster, Ky., quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, Stanford in many ways. This movement My daughter had used Chamberlain's I. M. Fisher and wife, Stanford, .Ky., is being taken up with much enthusiasm Tablets and they did her so much good Wood Burnside and wholesomeness. wife.Alice Rigney, that she gave me a few doses of them by the majority of the ladies. insisted upon my trying them. and Lucy Walker, all of Lancaster, Ky., and contractor They helped me as nothing else has R. L. Parten, Lexington. Ky., J. W. Will Stone, an Newmon, Versailles, Ky., Mrs. P. K. of this place, happened to a very seri- done." For sale by all dealers. Arrington, Knoxville, Ky. Louise ous accident last week whea he was Barington, Knoxville, Ky., W. E. tcniand tlis genq'nj by fa! name returning from Cincinnati where he had BRYANTSVILLE i"icL.nan2ra encouraj substitution. Sandley, Salt. Lake City, Utah, W. E. purchase an automobile. Herbeen to Mis3 Mayme Lee Ballard spent last Garrigue. Chicago, HI. bert Bailey, was with him and they THE CCCA-COLC03?.AXY and when week at Crab Orchard Springs. were leturning hcnu Mrs, Lee Hagan and children of Lanwere about ten miles south of CovingATLANTA, CA. SPECIAL NOTICE OF PRIton, the steering gear slipped causing caster are visiting relatives here. lTieiewr you see an M the car to go to one side of the road Mrs. Belle Scott of Lancaster has Arrow think MARY ELECTION. of Coca-Col- a. very suddenly. Mr. Stone became been visiting Mrs. H. B. Sweeney. frightened and jumped from the car The following is a list of the can Mr. Hugh Tomlinson of Toledo 0. is with full force and landed on his left visiting his mother Mrs. Henry Tom didates to be voted forat the regular leg, breaking the small bone in his linson. Primary Election to be held in Garrard ankle. Mr. Bailey did not lose control Miss La Verne Dickerson of Lancas County, Kentucky, said election to be of the car, but quickly stopped and ter is visiting her aunt Mrs. M. 0. held on Saturday August first, nineteen tignaaMaaaggio; took Mr. Stone to a Dr. Mr. Stone has Kennedy. hundred and fourteen. And the order !l" returned home and is getting along rWf'i Mrs. Samuel J. Rose of Scranton Pa, in which their names will appear on nicely. came last week for a short visit to Mrs Separate ballot, viz. The Democratic ballot, the device of G. B. Rose. which is a game cock in the act of Mr. W. C. Rose of Lexington spent crowing, viz:- big reason why young people gEKa&rcsg several days last week with his mother For the full term for the office of from the country to thecities ft Mrs. G. B. Rose. United States Senator. AO uuvt iUb - WW Miss Mayme Lee Ballard was hostess 66 James B. McCreary, of Richmond, so long. The at a six oclock dinner Saturday in honor Ky. of Mrs. Samuel Rose. A. O. Stanley, of Henderson, Ky. Misses Hallie Coy of Kirksville and J. C.W. Beckham, of Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. Jay McGee. of Steph- James, of Denver Col, are guests at For the unexpired term for the Office enville, Texas, writes: "For the home of R. I. Burton. of United States Senator. nine (9) years. I suffered with vftgg cats out tlie disagreeable work of carrying D. H. Smith, of Hodgenville, Ky. womanly trouble. 1 had terMessrs Bryan Ba.lard and Howerton pav toaii t rin rr onnTtipr nrtti pnininc Bennett. H. Young, of Louisville, rible headaches, and pains in Gratz have returned to Lexington after one person to feed more animals in half an Ky. mv back, etc. It seemed as if 14 a visit to Mrs. E. H. Ballard. liniir thnn two tersona can feed in an hour $y tc4trirmf if It mnhti tfif r?Airv business I would die, I suffered so. At Johnson. N. Camden, of Versailles, Miss Mae Powell of Lancaster has profitable all year round and fatten? your last, I decided to try Cardul, returned home after a pleasant stay Ky! W&' steers at lowest cost. It makes the hens lay the woman's tonic, and it The Republican Party ballot the with Mr. J. B. Leavell and sister. 'wf mnrt ftrw nnii it rnnrminris the horses and helped me right away. The device of which is a log cabin. mules. It is the best pork producer oa the Mrs. Sam Haselden who underwent full treatment not only helped the office of For the full term for farm. The first Indiana Silo e er bnilt has an operation at Danville last week is been in use for more than ten years and wiU be in me, but it cured me." United States Senator. good condition ten years from today. doing nicely and was able to be removLatt. F. McLaughlin, of Madisonville, If yon want to teen your boys and cirls 3t borne. ed home Monday. build order an Indiana bilo today. We wdl you one to Ky. ' TAKE want It. your order and ship it the very day Mrs. R. I. Burton who was operated Augustus. E. Willson, of Louisville, xne payments wui uu.c cue cj ucauarea. mI on at the Richmond Hospital last week Ky. '( ATT1 Ti, AX o Richard P. Ernst, of Covington, is doing nicply and her many friends VV. JT. JVl waxiy, uia-ng- i. Ky. are hoping for a speedy recovery. Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. For the unexpired term for the office Mrs. G. A. Bowling entertained at dinner Friday for Mrs. Samuel Rose of of United States Senator. ' Henry. D. Fitzpatrick, of Preston-burThe Woman's Tonic Scranton Pa. Mrs. R. L. Rose was Ky. Sunday in her honor. hostess at dinner Wm. Marshall Bullitt, of Saint MatCardui helps women in time Mr. and Mrs. John Boner entertained thews, Ky. of greatest need, because it recently with a very delightful barge The Progressive Party ballot the contains ingredients which act party to Lock no 7. About 50 enjoyed device of which is "The picture of specifically, yet gently, on the ihe pleasant trip and a most tempting Theodore Roosevelt, wearing a rough weakened womanly organs. Llunch was served. if you feel discouraged, So, rider hat. Mrs. Martha Phillips, Miss Annie For the full term for the office of finable to blue, Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips United States Senator. do your household work, on and Mr. Henry Baughman of Stanford, account of your condition, stop Burton Vance, of Louisville, Ky. All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers spent Sunday with Mesdames W. J. George. W. Jolly, of Owensboro, Ky, worrying and give Cardui a Hogan and E. H. Ballard. trial. It has helped thousands For Congress for the Eighth Conor 339-FPhone Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is a member gressional District. 'of women, why not you? E-of a house tiartv that is being enter- Warner W. Jesse, of Shelbyville, Ky. x Air orders &re appreciated and will be delivered promptly. '17 Cardui. f tained this week by Mr. and Mrs. R. MJ J. F. Holtzclaw, of Lancaster, Ky. Sparks of Nicholasville, at their at Attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerkl Garrard County Court. tractive bungalow on Ky river. Spruc-Tost- i, chisel-pointed, International Harvester Manure Spreaders i xSSs m r. m aw WMninnm. &$? 'z &S3$&' ,ir MW it answers every beverage It will satisfy you, A wm r TEE UWCUU-l-iUl- i iU A : g w'i Cardui WMffi tt g, E3B2Siy3a Schulz's Cut Flowers C& FLORAL DESIGNS 43 . 71 WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. ihf b - 1 tJl! -- '.. - Page 4 , The Central Record, Thursday July 16 1914. M I (!) 1 0 I tJ I I I i I pa iE'M HH I I cS Si0 Sj 22 ShcoCOD--g- ? Ta j I sa o-c -- 5- - hs j 43 2' N( r5 . w HB SWHHH I -- 4 (TiTi i c Jq LL ,2 fc a ., u w &- - 2 y HMHIr " 55S "T &0& e- -4 J 35 Hi H t5g53gSw "7m "OD oMSSgHLd! U J PS BS9M" 8 i v nOuu-0Q- -' ! & nffl U. t I XCO 2- -- C CD m I ?(D 4 1 If O oIsISSpIsp 1 w "a-S-S- j o UL) l t e L i1 WmdBm P-.B- nl i S CD M-- B L w 3'ao 5W-5J5S:2i . S fecoi lo I x a .a .a .a J fc B llll g ! h OI I P- I -M ,...-.,.- . .....,. ,v ..- - - !!- - j EclXt;Ui MORRIS. JJ . d ft s g THECEHTRaLBECQRD INCOuPORAVED. Issued Wceklv. 51.00 a yeah. boy anil girl of school age is in school, if they arc not and we must help enforce cur laws along this line. 'Knowledge is power." Garrard will become a power when illiteracy is stamped out and not until then. What Mrs. Cora Wil-o- n Stewart has done for Rowan Co, R. L. ELKIN. Bjsivess Manager. we can do for Garrard. She devoted patient study and work to wipe illiterKj-I'o-- t Oflice 1n Ertercd at llie acy out of her own county and now she yiirl MHt!cr. as ?xon!-01aproposes to help every county in the knowing the re"ward it offers is Member Kentucky Pret.s Association stat, full compensation for all the hour." of weary, self denying labor. Eighth District Publishers League. The Record makes an appoU to every man and woman to help in this great Lancaster, Ky., July 16, 1914. work. KZMwoMAuy J. r" ROBINSON. EnmcR. .. e Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and Citv Unices . . .S 5.00 10.00 County Offices 15.00 State and District Offices .10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 iine 05 Obituaries, per hue would'be overwhelming to many of us if we did not know that what nas been accomplished to wipe illiteracy out of other counties can be done for ours, if we will only put our shoulders te the wheel. God has bestowed upon the children of Gafrard Ij, i.ie inestimable gift of good health and good minds and. it is our duty to preserve them. The mind has e. certain vegetative power which cannot be wholly idle. If it is not laid out and cultivated into beautiful thoughts and beautilul deeds it will shoot up in bad thoughts and bad deeds. From this then is seen the necessity of careful mental training, a training of the mental faculties in the right direction. If our boys and girls are taught how to think they will soon learn what to think. It is impossible to over esli-- J mate what it would mean if we would wipe illitaracy out of Garrard Co. True it takes moncv to maintain our public school system if it is progressive, but it is means well applied and repays fourfold. Look upon the educated boys and girls of Garrard county and compare them with the uneducated, see which class fills jails and penitentiaries and .then you must certainly concede the support y)U have,- already given your school, has not beenglven in vain or ' trusted to hands that have misapplied, it- - Now the time has come when, we must do more than send our own children to school, we must see that every - Statistics show there are S3! illiterates in Garratd Co. It teems appalling, it should be humiliating to every right thinking uiin and woman and it The State wide primary is now only fifteen days ahead. There are three candidates for the long and three for the short term to be voted for upon the Democratic ticket in this election. In this section of the State from the present indication and interest takt'n fiere will be a small vote cast. Thus far in the contest we have carried out the general policy of this paper as to democratic nominations and have undertaken to treat the candidacy of all fairly, at the same time reserving and exercising our privilege of supporting the democrats we think beat suited for the nomination?, We are gratified to see the rapid growth of the candidacy of Congressman A. O. Stanley in favor. Some newspapers who have heretofore published that he had no chance for the nomination are now seeing th'i situatipn very differently and are stating in their news columns that is a close contest between Stanley and Beckham. And it is now generally predicted that the contest will be close. From no source do we have any reports favorable to Governor McCreary and it is generally conceded that the count will show the Governor a poor third. We publish in this weeks issue the speech delivered by Mr. Stanley at the National Theater in Louisville which gave such a boost to his candidacy. It is an effective reply to certain newspapers that have constantly misrepresented the issue3 in this contest and they have many times treated Mr. Stanley unfairly. Many democrats, we think, have been lead to change their support after reading this speech. Numerous democrats of Kentucky who have been supporting Mr. Beckham have resented the activity of the Louisville Post and are unwilling to follow the lead of that paper and its editor. The people will consider the merits of the candidates during the next fifteen dajs and we believe will settle the contest in a fairly conducted primary that will leave little business behind, and who ever may receive the majority at the polls will be acceptable to the party and receive its united support in the November election. lady of the Hubble section county, died at her home Sunday and after funeral services at McKendree church at Hubble on Monday, her THE BEST FAIR remains were interred in the LancasHISTORY. ter cemetery. Miss Morris' death was IN HER due to tuberculosis from which she had been a long sufferer. She was a We do not know whether or not it is daughter of Mr. W. S. Morris. due to the fact thit a Garrard county man is Secretary, but Stanford is to ' PRUITT. have the best Fair this year in her history. The leading horse men of the After an illness of several months, state are already speaking for stall of cancer, Mrs. Georgiana Pruitt, aged room and signifying their intention of 57 years and wife of W. S. Pruitt, died being there with tnoir "strings", and at her home on the Crab Orchard pike an unprecedented thow of first class this morning at five o'clock. Mrs. stock is expected. With Danville out Pruitt was a life long, member of the of the list of Biue Grass Tail's this seaBaptist church, with a noble character. son, all of tho fair going people of the She leaves besides her husband, three adjacent counties will undoubtedly sons, Lee. Nathan and Claude, all of make their arrangements to attend the whom reside in the county. 0 Stanford exhibition on August Funeral services will be conducted nnrl iiJt ouu nut us uui .nr.7 "" Olpf .mil m.. tuuu n tivlilwti.c tt.ltl lif . . Baptist church Friday morn taxeu 10 tneir uttermost to entertain ing at 11 o'clock, by Rev. J. W. their guests upon thai occasion. How- Beagle, after which interment will ever, they are past masters at the art take place in tho Lancaster cemetery. of entertaining, and the probable heavy increase in numbers inspires 110 fear in their hearts. BEST. Secretary W. P. Kincaid is proving Mrs. Mary Ann Best, aged about 7G "the right man in the right place" and is sparing neither time, expense or years 3nd widow of Ebeneezer Best, died this morning at Crab Orchard after trouble to see that the event is erly advertised, and that everything one weeks illness of Pneumonia. Mrs. v, wn,iw.vuno .0 Best with her grand daughter. Mrs. pujiuiv aw iuv brought to this placu for the event. Blanpied, went to Crab Orchard about atro anrl lipinor !n fpuhlp Vlummer" has under advisement the two weeks (nntrn(toil " " hpnlfll ;Vlp Pncnmnma fmm -........ w. w ' matter of coming over the organizing wluch she never seemed able to throw an association and giving an exhibition owing to heart failure in the last and if he does, I in Garrard next year, TYPHOID FEVER EPIDEMIC few hours The news came as a &reat you may look out for a good one. , Lancaster, always a liberal patron of S"0,;K' as wa3 tnouSnl ycsieraay sne Impure water is charged being largely was much better. responsible for the epidemic of typhoid Stanford Fairs, will send an unusually She was a noble Christian ladv and a fever at Henderson. Owing to the large delegation. this year, devoted member of the Presbyterian drouth water is low all over the State church at this place. Mrs. Best is surand it behooves every locality to look BURDETT IN FORM. vived by two sisters, Mrs. F. L. Adams well to the water they use. This is The Lancaster Eclipse Baseball team and Miss Ruth Best of Wyoming and also the time of the year when all was a cousin of Mrs. R. K. Conn of should join hands in trying to eliminate won from the Frankfort Cubs, the first game of the season, 7 toll Frankfort's Paint Lick and Mrs. Mattie Lawson, of the fly. One case of fever and the fly Stanford. will spread it all over the town and only run was made in the first inning. She leaves two Mrs. The feature of the game was the pitchcounty. Emer- Jack Blanpeid, of this city, who was ing and casching of Burdett and son and sensational fielding of Shorts, constantly at her bedside during her entire illness and Mr. Jack Best, of HOG CHOLERA. - Perkins, Anderson and Lewis. Missouri, who was telegraphed for last The Kentucky Agricultural Experi Sunday arid arrived before his grandment Station officials say that hog FREE TRIP TO STATE FAIR. mothers death. Her remains were cholera is prevalent in all parts of the The management of the State Fair brought to her late home this morning, State and are sending out a warning to has announced that it will give a free at which place services will be held all parts of the State. The best known trip to the State Fair to be held in Friday afternoon conducted by Rev. J. method against the desease is the use Louisville September 9 to one Rockwell bmith and at her request, anti-ho- g cholera serum at the proper farmer boy in every county, the choice i interment will take place in the time. The State Experiment Station ' to be made by competitive examinacemetery. prepared to furnish this serum to tion. In the' 120 counties of Kentucky farmers free of charge and will supply there is an abundance of future farm- y' No Use for It. , any information upen request. Secretary and General Adviser ing material and 120 boys will bring The State has gone to large expense back to their respective counties know- "Now you really ought to see about e to protect hog raissrs against loss and ledge which their forefathers never getting a coat of arms!" ''But I've already got far more I Man every farmer should immunise their knew or practiced. must j clothes than j know what t0 do wlth. A boy hogs and run no risk. icjicaciii, uaiiaiu. the long drought and farmers were predicting a complete failure of crops, He sends what was doubtless one of the most copious rains ever seen in this section in the month of July, and which now is conceded to give promise of the best corn and tobacco crop in this county that has been seen here in years. We are now threshing one of the best wheat crops ever seen in the county, and with the promise of other crops equally asgood, we must reach the conclusion that He surely does provide. The provision may not be made always just when we think it should, but it nevertheless always comes, and we should learn to await His pleasure with a little less complaining, with a little more patience. As a general thing we are prone to to complain before we are really hurt; for instance, before the recent splendid rainj, to hear the farmers complain and predict, we were upon the brink of famine and ruin, when in point of fact very little actual damage was accomplished by the lack of rain, at least nothing like one would infer from the general tone of the farmer. It is true that some little hardship was experienced bj some, and in some instances actual loss occured to some crops, but this was more than overbalanced by the mumficient crops of other varieties, and taken upon the whole,we have much more reason to rejoice than tp "And yet in His own time the Lord will provide." He has never yet failed us, and we have faith that He never will. Just when we were bemoaning STANFORD TO teAMftftA&t$ttt ftsSSbWijft5;83;. young of Lincoln Miss Flora Morris a popular S& HAVE 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 2 s I )UUUj Gallon Reservoir 19-2- I This reservoir has a water shed of 100 acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs Our patrons and friends can depend upon us to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through out the Summer, regardless of weather conditions or the City Water Supply. Yours Respectfully, ij Blue Grass Dairy &lce Co !!$8WW$$fcSaW $&$tf8ft&!ftgg$ Everybody should have Lightning Rods on their homes, barns etc. l!i I I ! J -- I I have the agency for the 1 f Joseph Semet System 1 Of Lightning iods of River Side Iowa. and am now in position to complete a job on your home at a very small cost. Get my prices berore having any work of this kind done. N5 50-Bryantsville Exchange. Phone grand-children- ," 14-1- Lac-cast- er I 1 Self-mad- HARRISON DEAN, Brptsville, Ky. igv-si- ! 3 m i t The Central Record, Thursday July, id 1914. t - Page 5 Twelve Reasons Why Yon I) I , T Miss Mary Milller of Richmond is the tractive guests, Misses Alia Rigney of DR. PEARCE'S ILLNESS. Hustonville, and Mryme Lee Marsee guest of Mrs. M. K. Denny. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. ana Wttenne Bourne 01 uus pmce. j After a twenty five mile drive and LYOD'LL MiM Minnie Hurt of Paine Lick n ! i Miss Bettie West lett Thursday for a three services on the 5th, inst, with visiting friends near Marellus. visit to f riend3 and relatives in Win - . ta,la UP" sick, etc, ur.. rearce naa a Motorcycle for sale or trade for horse Hfiaa KToa Ri.Tirn tf CWitn la an nf. .? XTBCtCBV ueai prostration, on return to nis nome ,or cow. chester Versailles and Lexington. -- : i i :1 n :..- J. E. Nevius. on the morning of the 6th. His family A Brief Mention of the Comings and ' Reverend J. W Beagie spent being absent for health in'the mountains Mrs. Kidd of Liberty has been the Two Houses and lots for sale. Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. Butler, Ky., with his mother. cf North Carolina. Disinclined to sur- truest ef her niece. Mrs. Carlton day or 10 Tooth with 3 Tooth Center Attachment to J. E. Nevius. i The day was an enjoyable one to guests render, his friends captuied him and Elkiu. ( Tl ft . .. . If i.i.r- w. Anll... r ttin p7"7t'lrk unuiuojtf lf convert into Harrow, for mm tcicuiaic iiic mui senienceuIff io me uanvuie Hospital Lost:-black heifer, weight abcut Miss Mae Powell has leturned home of Mrs. Beagle. Miss Mary Davis was with friends in Reverend J. W. for four or five days; his first experi-Beag- le 400 pounds, Please notify. after a delightfu1 visit to friends in See us before buying. Paint Lick the past week. will go from there for a week's ence along that line in a life time. James Bands, MarcelJus, Kv. Bryantsville. J visit with friends in Covington. Since out of the hospital, his improve- Miss Virginia Beazlev is in Stanford Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasvile, visiting her aunt Mrs. Wm Hays. u., "" " ey- Claud Rice Gaines entertained at a G is being entertained by Mr. and Airs. , , FOR SALE. o clock dinner at his noma on Water cians have demanded a week or two of Miss Hope Gardner of Louisville is W. A. Arnold. botn- street the gurst being Charles Connor rest, during the heated period: a gocu Pony Pheaton, hand made, RulUr the guest of Miss Margaret Cook. crborne thing, we take it. for tins ,- -m; Mrs. Robert Burnside and daughters H,n.n t- Tire, good condition and style. Mrs, Samuel Rose ot Philadelphia man to serve. ii ,i are enjoying a recuperative stay in Brown of Louisville. Deliciousjefresh-ment- 3 ii Mrs. W. B. Mason, Lancaster Kv ii ii has been visiting Lancaster relatives. were served to the youthful Crab Orchard. guests. Mrs. D. L. Owsley is in Danville for Mrs. Samuel Johnson Sr., and daughtMETAL ROOFiNG FOR REST. a week visit to Dr. Wyatt Letcher and ter Miss Florence have been in RichMiss Hallie Brown, of Lancaster, has wife. House of 1" room, garden and tt-fo- r mond visiting friends. been visiting Miss Ella Thompson . . . OF QUALITY. rent until January 1st 1911. Mr. and Mrs. Shirlev Estes and Miss Sallie Cook Gregory is at home Miss Bettie West, wrw has been with J. W. Walker. Lancaster. Iw havp been in Lincoln visiting children Danville friends, has returned to her Just now, at the height of the buildfrom a visit of three weeks with relatives. home in Lancaster. .Miss Edna Berkele ing season, we want to call the particurelatives in Richmond. IS ON AT who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. lar attention of our readers to the adMiss Margaret Ramev of Eminence is FOR SALE. Miss Margaret Turner of Richmond here for a stay with her sister Mrs. the guest of Mrs. W. II. Ward and Noel Jean, returned to her home in vertising of the Cortright Metal Roof Theodore ing Co., Philadelphia Pa., which has Lancaster Friday.... Mrs. j " Walker. In order to settle up estate, will Mrs. Henrietta Raney. Curry, of Lancaster, and ?.irs. John L. ' been appearing in our columns, for $1000. worth of land note?, Weil ';- -' Mesdames Susie and Birdie Curtis of Misses Mary Davis and Bernice Anderson, of Washington City, are several months, tailing the merits on Garrard county property. A"t : i Lincoln have been visiting their cousin Champ were visitors this week in Crab guests of Mrs. Gaines ....Master 0f tj,e famous Cortright Metal Shing'e. thi- - oince. Mrs. Sarah Hurt. Joe Cabell Ramsey of Lancaster, is The Cortright Company adviies U3 that Orchard and Mt. Ven.on. Miss Nancy Goodloe and Master Joe visiting Miss Nancy Goodloe. . . .Mrs. tiie USP of thttSe ,,00. h j, L.nor. Mr. J. A. Swope of Lexington has Eilen Owsley Poor, of Lancaster, is Cabell Ramsey attended Chautauqua in I mouJy all over the cou.itry and .hey No Fake about this Sale. the Real Thing. i unci vn.i, iu ius the reiuriieu iiume ui lui guests of Mrs. D.iv Dunn. -- Dan- can onIy attribute this constant growth Danville last week. grand-mothemother and Alt persons having claims a)5u."-- ' We must sell the Goods. Don't fail to get ville Messenger.- to the splendid satisfaction the rouhng Miss Alhe Arnold has returned from estate of J. A. Doty, deceased, i Little Miss Josephine Raney visited We heartil our prices for they will surprise you. is giving.lecommend present, same a en jej able and recuperative stay at her uncle and nunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe properly proven, to muutnsin; tnis Umnany s product to anv one undersigned executor or my i.ttT it Battle Creek, Mich. i Arnold of Richmond List week. a perfectly weather-tigh- t, desiri"K " -ISK L. L. Walknr for payment. Tho ni Master Charles liastin is enjoying a orrarr.ental and durable roof i6WS Ui ail5 VAUrCjiSS. j arry Lackey of Kansas City debted to said estate, will ca.l up r" stay with his aunt Mrs. Charles Der- covering at a moderate coot. Inquiries spend his vacation with his or my attorney and settle same at e j here to man of Nicholasvilla. sent to the Comnanv's ol.'ice will re- parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm Lackey. J. A. Doty, Executor, oi iK Remember the quarterly meeting of ceive jlrompt attention and are solicited. Miss Carrie Arnold accompanied her will of J. A. Datv, decea ' jibuiouim c.iuitu nr.L oaiuruay AirS. KOZelia UUnll ani! LWO little sister Mrs. Wm Burnett to her home Preachn.g Saturday j daughters- - Misses Mittie and Mary Lee. and Sunday. &.in Shelbyville for a visit. 10 ociojk, by Dr. Arnold. ; HUERTA TO EVACUATE. are in Lexington visiting relatives. , morning at MICE TO WATER Rev. C Connor Brown and children, .. r. xr lei so haturdav niL'iit. t'reachin'i fcun- I .nrrr.li fmi Air ivii- vii' nni " ' NiTiinu , Almost any hour mw the evacuation Connor Jr. and Maigaret have retum-e- i j dav morning by Rev. C. H Greer of' enjoyed a days ' ; f , and Mrs, Arthur Jo-ei of Dictator Huerta of Mexico is ex to their home in Louisville. uintiiui VI. outing at Graham Springs recently. pected. He 1J3 expressed Ins intenAll those indebted to the tcv. Miss Allene, is now in a very m- Little Brother Pollitt and Robert Miss Willie Wilkinson has returned r P.nnn!...t.i11.. tion of abdicating the dictatorship "to water will kindly come forwari. . vnnninrv Thomas spent Monday with their iy nome aner a pieasani visil io ner sister , jiavinr, iJtfKUa t!ie3e services cousin Lillian and J. T. Murphy. list Sun and manv of his military aides have settle at once, rs we- are in ' -Mrs. Forrest Fitzgerald at Danville. day. monev to purchase the winlir- u ' aheady left on a special train lor Vera of coal. A great manv arts in r . Mrs. Prentiss Walker and children of Rich-- i Mr. Alex Denny and wife of Cruz, and it is believed that Huerta for Buckeye have been the guests of Lan '. n w:er ami the Council has i T'" n tti mond have the symyathy of relatives I j and the remainder of his olhial famny me to take steps to collect this at 4Mvi caster relatives the past week. in the death of their baby. and friends t j will leave H SPECIAL -; oi Thursday, thus patting a tMrs. Marj' Gaines and grand-daugh- A report comes from Stanford that ?. summary end to Ins ill lated govern-niut- t. T.ie purchase of coal at liiis tis.Mrs. Bright Herring, accompanied a great saving to tbe city, ami I .' r If! .Alary uaines ot btantoru are ler miss I hail storm last week in Lincoln countv! a I sr The Constitutionalist are withby her little daughter, Margarite, has .. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. and the hail so large and in a f?w hours march cf Moxico City icre most earnestly reqaest that was returned from a nleasant visit to Lex- arrears settle at once. in sueh quantities as o kill the fish in j and are expected to enter immeditely Misses Delia Tinder and Eliza Smith jn,rton L. E. Hen on, Sv;. : Logan's creek. leave todaj, Thursuay, for Lake ilium the vit:Hirawai ot nuertu, tnere- Mrs. W. A. Dickerson and daughter, - ii.. ne.iMitu Mi, We had noMiing like that licie. alChautauqua N. Y. for a months stay. ...... t..uu..w.v ..... w... ......... :inil Tir.iliniil. In The Disirict Cosrl Of Tie Miss Katie Barnes, have returned from though we did have a severe hailstorm, ,jj h.v.u..., ii reign of disorder, which is expected to Mrs. Mary A. Best and daughter a visit to Mrs. S. A. Walker at Hus- but those who have read of a Lincoln follow fall the of the Huerta govern6. Eastern DlsJrict Qi Stale, For The Mrs. Jack Blancpeid are sojourning at' tonsville. county farmer raising water melons en ment. The abdication by Huerta and Crab Orchard Springs for a few weeks. Kentucky, In Eanirupky. teaching the occupation by Gen. Carranza of Mr?. Eugene Aldridge of Kansas the bottle and another one BECAUSE wo not only have -n ." ' . Whuii j uu tTiml nntcnnnl .. ...... Vaii ...... ,.c...a. in tVtrt t;,ty came tnls weeK f0- - a visit to her geese to rid his crops of vermin, are the national capitol of Mexico, it is In the matter of John W. Mnl-- r Record, please sign your name, not for parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham at prepared to believ-- . almost anything believed would make eisv sailing for Bankrupt. bargains at all times, but because publication but to show the authenticity. Hyattsville. mav happen over there. Peace Mediators, and the early soluOn this 11th day of July A. D.. C 14. we have special sales at certain tion of the entire Mexican problem on considering the petition of the afc re- Mrs. Osa Huffman has returned to Mrs. M. K. Drfiiny entertained Friwould then be douotless easily encomsaid bankrupt for discharge, filed j her home in Louisville after a stav of day evening at a Progressive "Rook TWO HUNDRED GUESTS til- - as. passed. the 11 day of July, A. D.. VA4. i several weeks with Lancaster relatives. Partv" for her guest Miss Mary Miller ordered bv tne court that a heart ij. ORCHARD. AT CRAB These sales are big, bona fide ?.Ir. and Mrs. S. G Haselden was in ' of Richmond. had upon the same on the 2.jth da . t Nicholasville Sunday with Mrs. llas- Lsst Sa'urdav ani Sailay found ov REWARD FOR DYNAMITERS. Aug;ist A. D., 191-1- . before said -- . art Mr. C. H. Clark of Lexington tomoney savers. ekien's parents Mr. and Mrs. Duncan. gether with his children is visiting tha er two hundred guests at Crab Oichard The Kentucky Game and Fish Com- at Richmond in sai'i district it I Miss Salhe Tinsley the 12 year old latters grand-parentMr. and Mis. and more arriving on every tram. mission, through its Executive Agent, o'clock, in the fore inxm. or t- - e a. .Watch for them. Then stock up. This well known and famous watering t daughter of Mrs. Homer Tinsley, Sr. Sam Bourne. posted the following notice of re- thereto as practicable, ami that place needs no introduction to the peo- Ins there of be pusiisht-- 1 time is reported quite ill of typhoid ward Messrs Benjamin Wood3 and Sam ple of this community; for good service, Record, a neaspspiT r' 25.00 reward for the conviction of Central Miss Rebecca Williams of Knoxville, Douglass, of Danville, were here Sunwell prepared meals and reasonable l! known t.. anv person or persons placing dynamite in said district, and Tenn., is the guest of her parents Mr. day, the pleasant guests Mr. and Mrs. rates, it is unexcelled in Kentucky.' f. r. or any explosive agent in the public and other persons in interest i nnd Mrs. John Williams on Danville Albert Ware. (Juite a number are egistered trom ami place ai-waters of the state with the intent to pear at said time ave. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors who Lancaster and more are to go this cause, if any they have, why the ' destroy or catch fish. Mrs. G. B. Rose accompained Mrs. have been enjoying an outing in Fla., wed;. of said petitioner should not be urA WELCOME VISITOR. $25.00 reward for the conviction of Samuel Rose toherhome in Philadelnhia are here with her parents, Mr. and any person who hunts without procur- ed. where it is known, is a box of our wherc she win enjoy a visit to Dr and Mrs. J. B. Bourne WITNESS the HonoraW A. 'I LUCIUS PERKINS ing a hunters license as provided bv Coch-nn- . orange soda or jjrs iose- sparkling ginger ale, Judge of sakl Court, . ! Misses Myrtle andv Beulah Hendren other of our carbonated beveiages. If seal thereof, at Richmond in san LUuL-DHull.' to one half the amount of the fines a- - trict, on the Master Duncan Haselden returned of Madison, Co. and Miss Allie Hendren i you have not yet tried any or all ot lltn day of Jciv A.D them you don't know what a fine treat' Sunday from a weeks visitto his grand- - of this city were guests Saturdav and i On last Sundav evenincr vhilp some sessea ior me conviction 01 any person J. W. MENZIES, Clr t. me 4.11JU' convicted of violating- anv of the other .1- - . i i ..l missing. Dcn't keep on parents Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan Sunday of Miss Bessie Gullev. i. eiijjjioycu i iiuuui .u f you have been Ol me nanus By W. C. Bennett. D. C. ' or h laWB ot' the state- and ' in Nicholasville. missing it Order a box ' Mr. Parker Gregorv and sister, Mrs. of Mr. Lucius Perkins, the well known Kame ' Squirrels may be killed from June commence enjoying vourse Mrs. Wm Dickerson and daughter W. A. Arnold, were in Danville for Crab Orchard pike farmer, were look-- ! No- ing after some fowls in a stock barn 15th t0 September loth and from Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson have the burial of their uncle, the late Mr. vz-- t L.ove3 in vemuer loir, io reoruary isi. the barn i near the house, straw in been in Hustonville visiting Mrs. R. Parker Gregory of Louisville. be killed from August 1st to Feb- - '1 W some unaccountable manner become Stephen Walker. :.. l ;n..: . M.1...1 Mrs. M. K. Denny and guest Miss ' ignited from the lantern they SS-yfintl lUitlV t Aiwtn 1SU vuaii muv u Phcne202. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Fox Logan and Miller of Richmond were honorees at a The barn and contents were totally November loth to January 1st. Riabbits little son Wm Fox Jr. left Wednesday course dinner on Wednesday at the destroyed. The barn contained some mav b killed from November lo th to "A to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes home of Mrs. Robert Walker at Paint j straw, corn and farming implements Siepteii.uT x. rusixrr.,,-VL-3W?,2- J in Hillsboro, Ohio, Lick. I Mr. Perkins carried no insurance. The ' A Federal regulation relating to to J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. i B. F. HUDSON, President. John McRoberts entertained 16 of his Misses Jennie Smith and Cora Dui ham j blaze was plainly visible from Lancas- - migratory birds provides that Wiid killr. Let Us Explain. friends at an "Alfresco" luncheon on of Crab Orchard and Miss Martha ter and looked as if that entir end of Duck and Wild Geese may only be W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., ed between October 1st and January It Costs Yo'j Nothing Sunday evening at his attractive home Campbell of Barboursville, Ky. were the county was ablaze. 3 W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. 10th: and Jacksnipe between September on Danville Avenue. guest 'of Miss Shirlev the week-en- d We Save You Mone . Under this 1st and December 16th. i ORGANIZED 1SS3. Mr. J. E. Montgomery and daughter Mahan. HAS THRIFTY AP statute shooting is prohibited between W. KING & SON. were in Harrodsburg last week for a Misses Angie and Hannah Bourne, sunset and sunrise. The Federal stat reception given the "Watkins sales- entertained very delightfully last SatCheapsid.; and Short btrt. also makes it unlawful to kill squir- -' PEARANCE ANYWAY. ute men" by Mrs. A. M. Sweeney. urday, evening, in honor of their at- LEXINGTON. KhNT-J- f K . rel between Feb. 1st and June loth and The casual visitor to Lancaster nowa- rabbits between September loth and g OF LANCASTER, KY. days can but be impressed with the idea November 13th. . ,.P t... ..mn ...U .... 3&&3EL35!a38&lg3&2Sss3&BB38SSSL3B. SaBSS that it is a thrifty town in a thrifty I I.IIC I1C UCllka V UilillC ..n.i every where an Commission, or Game Wardens as they community. There i. air of thrift and prosperity. New and are called, are unusually active just This bank is supervised by the United States Government n commodius dwellings are going up on now, and scarcely a day passes but Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all every side, miles of concrtte walks. someone is fined and imprisoned for things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. C with more in course of construction, violations of these laws. These war-we- ll ft' Make this bank YOUR bank. kept lawns, already beautiful Ideas are all over the state, and because 1 T5Y MRS. .T. V. r,T. ASS of Rryantsvillk. Ky. ' residences being improved, oiled streets zrvS3LSSShJE3SrSSZijtFSBS! perchance there does not happen to be ,vH,rmw one in your county, is bv no reason that fart,m laden with wheat, rye, barley, oats, one shall not or will not operate thereltifa!t:!-Bi::8?-?hay and straw going to market. in. Some man whom you never saw j KENTUCKY GOLDEN ROD. Automobiles, from the massive truck before may be watching you and should " ' PHONE n cars, tread you violate these laws arrest you and ' 1 dozen hard boiled eggs.J pint cream, tablespoon butter, salt and pepper to the handsome touring the streets anikavenues. Well dressed. take you before the county or circuit j IS' to taste slice the whites in small pieces, in a pretty dish or in individual dishes courteous people, with an ever ready court for trial. '$-iLJJill on toast. Mix the butter with an equai amount of flour, warming on the range welcome for tbe stranger who chances lm There is a determined effort upon way, can but leave a favorable im- the part of the Commission to protect I consistency of thick custard. this until well blended. Add cream and boil until the pression upon the stranger. the fish and game of the state, and Salt and pepper last. Pour the dressing over the whites mixing lightly with Contentment, there is as much or they, are pursuing a course that is more to the square inch in Lancaster to prove prolific of good results. fork, then crumble the yolks over the top. Serve hot. than anywhere else on the foot stool. Be careful that you do not fall into No saloons, nor can liquor bj purchas- their clutches. your order and he ed here; a splendid class of citizens, bofh white and colored, law abiding, Best Diarrhoea Remedy. pursuing the even tenor-o-f their way, will furnish you you have ever used Chambetlain's poverty and less crime). Good little If AT schools, churches of all denominations, Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy each with an able minister, , in fact you know that it is a success. " Sam F. The VERY BEST COAL every thing which goes to the making Guin. Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had of a wholesome law abiding, prosperous measles and got caught out in the rain, town and a good place in which to spend and it settled in my stomach and At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. bowels. I had an awful time, and bad ones days. Verily we say, the stranger is im- it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, pressed, and should he dwell too long Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could within our gates, he is so taken with not possibly have lived but a few hours Next Door to Court the charm of the place, that a longing longer,, but thanks to this remedy, I am comes over him to becqme a permanent now well and strong." For sale by all House. NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE dealers. dweller. . We can sell you the JOHN DEERE, SPRING TOOTH 8 CULTIVATOR. $38.00 Gossip About People VNN -. r ( 1 ! .... J i Moif-rece- nt ! I l . A J. E. Mount, Son & Co. I """" - .i R,tt ! ..'.,. own s the Store. Dis c It's i r. - 350. Free Psano R. S. BROWN. Mp mm ;i, .. tire-proo- f. .J -! l" i j ',,, ,.. ... r CME1 ;- W fcW wi.-.:..- f - I Should Bey Your Groceries of Us fto. I c ii -- j i ' . I ..a 4 . ! i s, fe-'er- Balls Grocery. ' i I - KS-T- Lancaster tling CO? Book-Keepe- Bot- I I ...-..- vii-t- n. '. I ! ! 3 PeK 1,000 I I ! FIRM LOANS 5200,000 i We Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. A & !, "avorite ecipes iell nown Women, When In ) .,,,,, t0tt0xt&i&S!&':& ft ' sfrmf Danville Visit The LADY ELIZABETH IlllillwS xk$tT' ed ( REFRESHMENT I SHOP ' DAVIS' Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, jMrWgiEJ Absolutely Pure TSie osily Baking Powder made fromReya. Grape Cream of Tartar Drug Store. m Page 6 I The Central Record, Thursday July 16 1914. ' 'IHim1 EQ&7WRWII. GREAT ADVANTAGE IN FRUIT CULTURE Children Cry for Fletcher's THE KITCHEN GARDEN AND HOME ORCHARD Gardening and Fruit Growing Appeals to Man Profit Made From J Small Plot. Perhaps there Is no branch of agriculture that appeals to man more than that of gardening and fruit growing. The desire to see something growing as the result of our own efforts Is by no means confined to the man living In the country, for it appeals to the man living in the city as well. la a great many cases It is sad to relate that the city man, with his small backyard garden, too often puts his country brother to shame when it comes to the matter of a home orchard or, better still, a kitchen garden. The average man in the country justifies himself for the lack of a garden because of the lack of time or more often because gardening is woman's work. While it is true that the work necessary for the proper care of the orchard and garden often conflicts with the more important farm operations, still it is not a legitimate excuse, because the satisfaction and profits derived are generally greater in proportion than those deiived from other crops. The profit derived from a good Kitchen garden, where asparagus, rhubarb, horseradish and other vegetables are grown, is almost Invaluable from the standpoint of health as well as wealth. Who does not relish a meal where one of these vegetables is served after living all winter on the heavy nitrogenous foods that make up the major portion of the bill of fare during the cold months? Fortunately this condition does not hold true for all the sections of the state. In the mountains one can not he p being impressed with the number of small kitchen gardens that are Io cated near the house and for the mes! part tended by the housewives Ir this garden one will find all sorts ol vegetables that do well during th biimmer and early fall before the frost appears. At the same time one can no? help being impressed by the absence of hardy vegetables that will Keep well during the winter months The small fruits, sucli as the strawberry, and raspberries all do well, as evidenced by the fact that they are to be found growing wild on the hillsides, still like the late vege tables they are conspicuous bv theii absence. It is possible that a great deal could be made in many sections of Eastern Kentucky by planting out the smaller fruits and providing means for can ning them at home if nocessarj. All of the mining districts consume great quantities of canned fruits and these could be easily put up in many cases right in the mining districts, for oftentimes mining operations are stopped during the summer months when the small fruit crop is at its height. While small fruits offer quicker returns, one should not lose sight of the more stable fruits like the apple, pear, peach and plum. The apple especially gives great promise in Eastern Kentucky The peach and plum are more uncer tain because of the climate and the pear Is very susceptible to blight. The many coves located towards the tops of the mountains oiler excel lent opportunities for the production of the highest grade of fruit. The twe prime requisites for apple culture namely, good air and water drainage are provided in nearly every section The question of marketing will al ways play a most important part in successful fruit growing. Kentuck annually imports a great deal more fruit than she produces, even In view of the fact that the state ranks fifth in the number of bearing trees. A large amount of this Imported fruit Is shipped from the West and from Michigan where labor and the allied means ol production are very much higher than they are in Kentucky. An authoritj on this subject recently stated that il costs one dollar and forty-threcents to produce and market a bushel oi western fruit on our eastern markets If the western growers can make a profit after this excessive charge, tht Kentucky growers should be able tc equal it at least with the market at his own door. Disease and insect pests cause a great deal of loss because no systematic effort has been made to keep them in control, and undoubtedly this ao counts for the great damage so often noted. San Jose scale is especially bad and it promises to wipe out many of the old orchards entirely. Although it appears very bad to the casual observer, it has often been termed a blessing in disguise where propel means of control are employed. A great many farmers feel that thej can not afford to wait long enough foi au orchard to mature. It is true that it takes a long time for an orchard to come Into bearing, but If the plan ,ol growing small fruits as a side line is followed whilw the trees are growing, a profitable income will thereby be derived. The fruit grown in Eastern Ken tucky Is equal to that produced in any other section. The standard varieties like Rome, Grimes, Jonathan, York Imperial, not to mention the Berry Red, Champion, King David, Black Ben and many others that are not so commonly rry e XoxrT v" 07 Forscv: WRXfT (mm I" Orders 1BL 3EL- - S1X BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. BR&SSP. b'j1kS' JVVP BLUE K jJ' jMM KB MMMW MmLMmMl Ml j? TRAIN SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL WILL MAKE A TEN-DATOUR. 0Rhh Incorporated. FfUR. i LEXINGTON, KY. TJio Kind You Have Always Bought, and wliicli lias licen iu use for over 3D years, lias bornotlic signature of and has been made under his per- 0 fp-sonal supervision since its infancy. WiCVC? 'ZivuitAiZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut All Cf.iintcifetts, Imitations and "Just-as-goowith and JI.Tii.iin;s thafc trilio Experienceendanger tlio health of Jnf:i)it3 ::::d Clulilrcu against Experiment -d" ,TSRTS ON JULY FIFTEEN Train Equipped With Most Interesting and Instructive Exhibits That Can Be Secured for the Trip. On July 15th the Agricultural Experiment Station will send out from Lex- We Take Of Al! AUGUST 3rd to 8th, 1914. $20,000 In Premiums. Herbert A Kline Shows. 25 Special Gars. Kinds Onf ' t ti.o for the relief : ;:f ;, , !ncJ O'llio, all Teething Troubles and i jsiurrhica. It. regulates the Stomach and Bowels, f'ssiiuiliitt il:o Poc.fl, giiug healthy and natural sleep, i'l.w C.thUreaV, Pauacca The Mother's Friend. i.t a It is pleasant. It nor other Narcotic : '.i.k . i" i".e Ls its guarantee. It destroys "Worms r ;irt i:l:y!- J'ctfi .:.lmcfs. For more than thirty years it .. t,o of Constipation, rip, I vo;is o.hI tvoything Syrups. .:l lr..: :c KV-- i Oilu::i, 3Torpliiiio - What is CASTORIA havinlaw for Castor Oil, " J.J n. substitute Pare-j- rt ington an agricultural special train, tour of which will make a ten-daEastern Kentucky in the effort to add interest to the proper tillage of the soil of that section. It ls, of course, understood that through the mountains of Kentucky the area of land suitable y for Cleaning and Pressing and we deliver them in highly satisfactory condition. It makes no difference how delicate or dainty the fabric, we can CLEAN it and without the slightest injury to the article. We call for and deliver goods and have them ready when promised. While we are quick workers, we like time to do our work thoroughly, however. 300 People. Thaviu's Band and Concert Co. 45 High Class Artists 45. Rag Time Singers. Grand Opera Singers. Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Running Races Daily. Biggest and Best Fair in the Middle West. Lexington is the Capital of ithe All the Champions will be here. Horse World. For entry blanks or information, address. GENVBNE CASTORIA yBsiaT3 the Signature of ALWAYS Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. " JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON,KY i3t: inzzmz Kirr?fsrtu'Siy: areaT.Li-'g.swn'gH.AM-Aii- 3BL IL ifJ K IP sstr?---Z&f . A. tA&r-sr- y - z r w& & "L?C&C$&&& Jv.j.!i::mT:'?rer-rTcryt- .yfliT&jTlJF? m We Write Anv Kind of In Use For Over 36 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought SSSSSSS vSfe r'Ji COMPANY. NEW VOW CITY. Of BOURBOfi &PL$r PGULTRY CU3C IN J. jb n m. a. o& a a, raa 51 J ndotherchick disease- - One bott'a makes li ra.ions of nediclne At all JmcrlstT oi' "V." cnl o.ise-.o- i sent .Li 6"i t down a calck's throat cures ClKs. A few drops ia tte ilimkl:; water cures ana prevents cholera, diarrhoea Office at National Bank. I y Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, 'r A. BEAZLEY & CO, Ky. Phone 27. J2g3WTtrig?.rr;nir-r-.T;j'.-r,v'.'.i7i"-W'TTWi- rj W r jnjt -- ?rJ l:r i a 13 OS tl r. ' XJ frnTfi fit? v 'MCK-C- ' 8c Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or Diaw 11 Check e WASHINGTON Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th H. Sts. Pear tree affected with tree blight. Note the topmost twig. for general cropping ls limited and a tein of agriculture suitable to these conditions must sooner or later be adopted. In view of these facts the Experiment Station wishes to show to the people of Eastern Kentucky the great advantages of fruit raising and general horticulture, also the advisability of going In heavily into poultry production In a section so finely adapted to the production of choice fruit and poultry. In addition to these two specialities there have been prepared for this train exhibits bearing on the lumbering in dustry, and, as in other branches, the best authorities have been engaged to lecture. The train will be equipped with the most interesting and instructive exhibits that can be prepared,1 and it will be a great disappointment to the Experiment Station if the people di not visit this train in large numbers, take a lively interest in its mission, and profit by Its teachings. TRAIN WILL RUN ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE. July 15, 1914. Lv Lexington 7:30 a. m. 8:30 a. m. L. Tans 9:45 to ll:t0 a. m. At Richmond 11:30 to 1:30 p. m. At Herea 2:00 to 3:30 p. m. At Urush Creek 3:50 to 5:30 p. m. At Livingston C:00 p. m. Ar. r: Bernstadt Lv At At At Ar l.or.tion Corliln Oorbln K It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Us ttti:Sti K::t Si .50. 12.00 l.n. Fscss. fluent, Fflnlt tiik $230, $3.00 up. for the money you ov-- and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appouxtixients, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room Coloatal Furnishings, Library, Grand Pips Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. THE Central Record. They know he is doing business in a business tlike way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev wil grow all right. k p The Garrard Bank & Trust Company CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. .iSSC'SS :sBc5B,55,35S5,i SPEND Y0D8 V4C4H0N IN THE MOUNTAINS '$ p ft ; 0? WSSrEST NORTH CAROLINA "Land Of The Skies." Thirlv Thousand ity ft Suais J ' ij . .lilies oi riciuresquj Plavproiiif's. 5 QE ROUND TRIP Tn " U 1 , 0UhiJ .$825 IwiLo u ill The undersigned hereby g"ve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially tnke notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elaru. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, II. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. J. C. Morgan. We will add other nhmesfor 25 cents cash. POSTED Use Kerosenes I For Farm Engines j VI July Bernstadt . 16. Villlamburg .10:13 . 1:15 . 3:43 17. 10:00 12:43 3:00 5:3o p. p. p C:15 p. a. m. m. m. m m. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ARRIVE. II frf nrire rf Kerosene can usually be bought for about half nnrl 1 .. July 3 Hot Springs. R C T:re Spring j. Ten 4'; 'l' Ttt Hi Way nesville. N C ...... .S 925 . H'lr, 9.25 ,'frt Brevard. N. C. .1 n.ldrs-):- i Lake Taxaway. .N. C .10 00 M, ille.N C - 8 25 T"'!cs s&M on Julji and vuguat 12 good returning 15 days from ujiu ot bait;. ..' Ojidour life 1:1 this uisi.. "La-.-.- of the Sky is ideal. Diver-s- i us of every kind including golf, tennis, riding, driving, canoe-i:Average attitude 25,000 feet above tmtoriiig. airl the ea level. 1 1 C dji-cm- g winnr. kuuinu irtir rAKLS Lv At At At At Ar Corbln liaibourville Four Mile linejlli Midille'-lior- o Pineville July 9:00 11:00 12:15 2:43 18. to 10:30 a m. to 12:0( m. to 2:13 p m. to 4:43 p m. j:2o p m a. m. 1 At At At Ar V Mi I Y.wn I'ltR 1JCIt CAPftfER TO THE SOUTH" descriptive literature, ruuman reservations, etc., call on or write 15 11. TODD. D. P. A., 457 So. Fourth St. (Starks Building. Telep'ioue Jlain 1937, UltV 1938. ,ni JTMRFrsj RAILWAY I rfji I :? ij! A THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cep.Ual A. R 7:30 a. m. 9:00 to 10:oo a. m. 10:30 to 11:3(1 a. m 12:00 to 2:oo p. m 5:v0 p in. July 23. 7:30 a. m. Lv. Pineville 8:50 to 9:00 a. m. At Corbln 11:00 a. m. Lv IUchmond 11:30 to 1:00 p. m. At Brasslield 1:30 to 3:30 p m. At Irvine 4:00 to 5:oo p. in. At Old Landing .. Heidelberg 5:30 to 7:00 p. m. At 7:20 p. m. Ar. Beattyville July 21. 9:00 a. m. Lv. Beattyville 10.00 to 11:00 a. m. At Tallega 12:00 to 2:30 p. m. At Jackson 3:15 to 4:00 p. m. At Cope'and 4:50 to 5:00 p. m. At Ciavies 6:05 p. m. Ar. Hazard July 22. 8:30 a. m. Lv. Hazard 9:20 to 10:15 a. m. At Hombre 11:15 to 12:00 m. At Roxana 12:40 to 2:30 p. m. At Whltesburg 3;05 to 4:00 p. m. At Kona 4:30 to 0:00 p. m, At McRoberts 7:15 p. m Ar. Whltesburg Lv. Plneville Harlan Xulinsburg Benham ... Pineville .. .. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville," connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast gallon of kerosene as on a much power on will develop gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even in cold weather. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines a as train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling tn Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, Write for Catalog 2IA80 St Mi 1 July Lv. Whltesburg At Jackson At Torrent At Stanton Ar. Clay City 23. 12:15 to 2:30 to 5:00 to 7:30 a. m. 1:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. C:30 p. m C:45 p. m. $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. L. .Gill, r. Book-Keepe- July Lv. Clay City At Indian Fields Ar. Lexington 24. 9:00 a. m 9:20 to 10:43 a. 12:00 JENUY. President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres'L R. 1 Jubrv. Aas't Cishier. J, Send all orders for ENGRAVED Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. t -- Samual D. Cochi-an- . Ales R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes. R. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 5 STATIONERY to The Central Recoid. fr- -j Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. People interested In fruit growing and gardening throughout Eastern To Stanford, connecting with fast Kentucky will do well to visit the hor- train to Bristol & Atlanta. ticultural car that Is soon to traverse County Court Days. the railroads in that section. Various orchard practices, such as planting, Richmond, 1st. Monday. cultivatjon, pruning and spraying, wi?i Paris, 1st. Monday. be fully discussed. In addition samFrankfort. 1st. Monday. ples of the various diseases and inHarrodsburg, lbt. Monday. sect pests will be on exhibition and Lexington, 2nd. Monday. the proper means "of control will be Stanford, 2nd. Monday. fully explained. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mond?. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetqwn, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. found. S gn;f LiKe MSSESSEE JaTOEEEG! S mm Ml III II lillliaiWIM - M Never Warp, Crack, Rot, Curl or BurnWood ohingles roof withThey can be laid right over an old out dirt or bother, and they make it stormproof and fireproof. They're inexpensive. For particulars address wood-shingle - Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia. . J- - A t rifcS. ,HJiS&!Mg,,J-f- I&.'JsSoa'.. 'U --- W . - r .v. U. The Central Record, Thursaay July, id 1914. ! Page 7 REM GIVES AN MEETING IMPETUS TO CAM SUETS Second District Congressman Addresses Vast Crowd of Supporters That Throngs National Theater Louisville, Ky., July C. 1914. What "was without a doubt one of the most remarkable political meetings ever held in Louisville was that last night when Congressman A. O. Stanley, of the Second district, candidate for the Democratic nomination for United fc.;ates Senator, presented his claims 'a the voters of the Fifth district at the National Theater. The meeting was remarkable in that it was a distinct innovation, being probably the first time .in the history of Louisville that a candidate for a nomination adDemocratic State-wid- e dressed a mass meeting of voters here, and, secondly, it was remarkable for the crowd which packed the theater auditorium, boxes, stage and a large part of the galleries. The crowd, which was estimated at 2,500, was concededly one of the most representative assemblages that ever faced a speaker in Louisville, and not fifty persons left the theater Irom tho time Sir. Stanley began until he closed his frp"cli, which required an hour and half to deliver. Many women grac d tie boxes, and they shov.ed the keenest Interest in what the sneaker had ling down from the fetid steps of a throne upon a suppliant people below It remained to the greatest mere man that was born of woman to turn his hack upon the fallacies of the dead past and his face toward the future, and, with the audacity of genius, to declare that all men were created free and equal, with an equal right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. He took a mere man, because he was a man, just as God made him, without regard to his worth, his learning or his lineage, and made him the source of all power and all authority, clothed him with sacred and inalienable rights, armed him with a ballot and made him an uncrowned king, and before this towering creation of the mighty American the thrones of the world did tremble. I reverently thank God that Ho who made us sovereigns all was the author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson. "AH that Jefferson and all that the wisdom and the courage of the fatheis could do was to invest us with this supreme power, it remains for the people, and the people alone, to exercise it. Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Xo constitution, however persny- to fect, no government, however flawless, can ever, or will ever, protect and preScathing Denunciation. serve the liberties of a people who are not ceaselessly vigilant in the exerWith keen shaft and rapier thrusts cise of the power inherent in them. Mr. Stanley went alter his opponent. Gov. J. C. YV. Beckham and his aides, Freedom of Kentucky. Percy Haly and Sam .1. Shackelford, but he reached the climax in his de- -' "We loudly proclaim this a Governnunciation of Richard V. Knott, editor ment of and for and by the people. Is of the Louisville Evening Post, as a po- it such a Government hero in Kenlitical renegade and harlot, who exert- tucky at this hour? Do the people of ed a contaminating influence political- Kentucky exercise the actual control ly, socially and morally, aud "whose of their own affairs? relentless hate I wear as a badge of "The mere right to elect your offFor scathing denunciation icials, if it stops there, is not sufficient honor." nothing like it was ever heard in Lou- to constitute you a free people, or this isville and the vast crowd roared its a free Government. approval as he fired every shaft home. "The Roman Emperors were all Mr. Stanley pilloried Beckham for elected. Tiberius, Caracalla or Nero his alliance with Knot, whom he char-- : could not have been more monstrous terized as having condoned the had they inherted the purple to which of Gov. William Goebel and they were elected. had venomously assailed Democratic "To be free a people must do somenominees. "This is the vile sheet," thing more than elect officials. Those said he, "that has the insufferable im- official. must, when elected, act pudence to dictate to the Democrats of through and for the people, whose Kentucky whom they shall choose as servants they are. their Senator." "For that reason the members of the Legislature and of Congress are called Where Does He Stand? representatives. They should be in very deed the willing and responsive Charging Beckham with cowardice medium through whom a sovereign on the "wet" and "dry" question and people exercise their inherent authorplaying the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ity. 'Xow, what have you to do with the role on this issue as the exigencies of the fituatlon demanded, Mr. Stanley writing of the law which governs you? demanded that Beckham come out in That law you must obey; violate the the open and declare to the people of State or Federal statutes and you lose Kentucky whether ov not he favored your liberty, your property or your life. nation-widprohibition or State-wid- e What have you to do with the writing , of those prohibition, or both. rules of conduct that touch Mr. Stanley was greeted with a you nearly and upon which your rousing ovation when he entered the! liberty, your life and your property thoitter and the demonstration lasted I depend? several minutes after he was intro"A Legislature has but recently adduced and before he was permitted to journed in the city of Frankfort. Had speak. any citizen here appeared in the galleries of that body and objected to the passage of any bill then pending, he Introduced By Judge Edwards. would hae been ordered out of the The meeting was presided over by' House. Had he interrupted when the Judge James P. Edwards, who intro- Federal Congress was considering duced Mr. Stanley. "This splendid. some measure, he would probably have audience shows the handwriting on the landed in jail. "If the citizen has no voice in the wall," was Judge Edwards' opening sentence. He congratulated the Dem- actual writing of the law, what part, free ocratic party on its splendid adminis after all, has ho in this tration of national and State affairs, government? He can participate in its way only, that Is by and its ability to do things under the operation in one matchless leadership of a Woodrow having him who proposes to write or Wilson. He congratulated thevDemo-crat- s to execute the law to take the people of Kentucky on having such a into his confidence, tell them in adcandidate for United States Senator vance candidly and courageously his as Augustus "Owsley Stanley, who position upon all public questions, and stands for every principle advocated let them know exactly what he proby President Wilson and the National poses to do, if Entrusted with the high Democratic platform. Judge Edwards honors and stern obligations of a legreferred to the era of "machine rule" islator. that was the chief characteristic of "If the electors approve of his polto have the "Beckham regime," and he paid icies, if they desireproposes, him do the then they his respects to Beckham, whose chief things which he mouthpiece now was the "traitorous commission him as their agent, their attorney, in fact, their actual repreLouisville Post." sentative, to write the laws for Uiem. There, as a Senator from Kentucky, Full Text of Stanley's Speech. he writes with the hand of 200,000 speaks with the voice Mr. Stanley's speech, which will Democrats; he well bear perusal, is in full as fol- of 3,000,000 people. lows: Outside Interference. "You are assembled here on the eve of the exercise of a priceless privi"Here in Kentucky Is the law writlege," began Mr. Stanley. "Vested with absolute and sovereign power, ten in obedience to your will, by men you sit In judgment upon the fitness responsive to you alone. For weeks of your public servants a high tribu- before the last Legislature assembled nal, from whose decision there is no it was boldly proclaimed that private appeal. Learned judges, members of citizens, having no official relation to Congress, who aspire to posts of honor the Kentucky Legislature whatever, or distinction, must come to you, liko not members of that body, or Intrusted by the law with the power to interfere a blind beggar with a cup. "This is the only land, and you are with its deliberations that a few the only people, where such a measure private citizens would organiz'e and of liberty was ever enjoyed by the control it, would suggest the men whom that body should elect as precitizen. "During 4,000 years and more of siding officers, command it to the minChristian and Pagan civilization men utest detail, even to the selection of accepted, without protest, the mon- pages and cloakroom keepers; would strous political heresy that one man sit in its secret caucuses and deterwas born to be a king and another mine the policies of the party and the destined from his birth to be a vassal conduct of the lawmakers of a free or a slave. That all power and all au- people. "The Governor of the State, upon thority, liberty itself, is enjoyed by the grace of some royal grant came trick whom the Constitution' imposes th ' ; e d t duty of advising this body, clothed j ies and the control of legislative pat- - and voracious triumvirate who hope ticket In Indiana, declaring that he with the right to veto measures which ronage, and in the conduct of Mr. shortly to prey upon a deluded party was operating 'under the auspices of in his opinion were inexpedient or un- Eeckham's campaign for a seat in the and a prostrate people. that good and great man, Tom Tagr . "When Mr. Beckham expresses an constitutional, with whom it was ex- Federal Senate. ' opinion upon any public question or ;jart. As he is to speak for the Brewery Trust in Indianapolis, we suirc-- e pected to act in concert, for the sucannounces his candidacy for office, it Mr. Carmack has recanted cess of the party and the good of the Parts of the Party. must emanate first from the Evening country, depends upon harmony be"He denounced John W. Kern, ence tween the executive and the legislative "Will the Democratic party in Ken- Post.' In this fight his colors fly from a Democratic nominee for Vice Presibranches of the government, that Gov- tucky permit Sam Shackelford and a fortress reeking with corruption and dent, and now a sitting Seratcr ficm ernor's will was openly flaunted, and Percy Haly to name an ambassador dripping with the blood of a murdered tne State of Indiana, as the subservient tool of the liquor trust, us a blunthose very men who exercised this from a fre and sovp.reisrn State? Do Governor. "I had a right to expect that this derer and a demagogue. power did not hesitate to boast that the people of Kentucky wish to reach private citizens who had organized the ear cr secure the favor of a Sen-an- battle would bo fought upon a DemoCalumny For Brysn. ' controlled the Legislature, had ' ator by paying obeisance to a Haly cratic field; that my oppouinf would come between that body and the peo- - or a Shackelford? The Republican meet me upon Democratic ground. I pie whose will they are supposed to party owes its birth, its life and Its challenge his right to fire his cuns "Bryan himself does not staye express and obey. that black and forbidding death to special and privileged inter- - from at the hands of the brad ct rh.s' "Whenever it occurs that either a ests. Halys and Shackelfords were an fc tress, or to stab a triumvirate. Legislature or a Congress can be' or- - essential part of its organization and with a knife sharpened upon the flint "On September 23, 1303. Mr. Bran ganized and rendered subservient to its being. For that reason the Repub- - heart of Richard W. Knott and drip-- ' was cartooned on the first p&ge of this the will of a coterie of cunning and lican press of Kentucky has already plug with the gore of butchered Demo-- ' abominable Post, carrying a birne. designing lobbyists and politicians, the nominated Mr. Beckham and accepted era;. It would be bad enough did reading "Xo Prohibitionist Can Be a His belt wss made or interests of the people who elected the lobbyist and trickster as the essen- - this ugly emissary of all that is evil Democrat. in Republicanism confirm tKinseir to i whisky bottles, labeled Booze.- the them and this free government is a , tiai ana necessary parts ot tne the titith. His paper recks with every I Luckle was a beer mallet, and hisi a delusion and a sham. That gramme. "Every wash day you read in the form of transparent and de.ibeia'oj breast was incased in a beer keg. On is invisible government. Xo interest Its news columns are as j September 11, 130S, it de'";.rcd that was or ever will be able to corrupt columns of the Lexington Leader that or control a free people. Xo privileged I am about to retire from this race. false and as fabricated as its editorials l "In Indiana it is now admitted that nave mistreated aim ueceiveu Reports purporting tc come from one a vcte for Bryan and the ether Demointerest, no lobbyist or corruptionist "" peticn are deliberately concerted in cratic nominees is a vote for the liqwill ever be fool enough to attempt It. G1'- - McCreary, that Ollie James has on. organized a Federal machine for the mint! r. "Tt te nu- kr Virmirinf tiiu hon uor interests, and a vote a.catr.st reaYou are told that Mr. Beckham is sonable regulation of the ::qucr trafcent and necessary concord between i"J'ue ui nuuis me miu piace aim Why do the Lexington Leader. tnr: by vast and cheering Mirongr.. fic' the nublic and the Dublic servant that Power. "Mr. Beckham himself fend no fathe powers of government are ever the Louisville Herald and the Evening ' Long before his ai rival at the place of perverted to the plunder of a free peo- Post seek Mr. Beckham's nomination s, ( ...Kins, hours before he ever or,i v.s vor in the eyes of Richard Y Knott and my defeat? Either because they his ii'cuth, you are told exactly vhat as long as he persisted in denouncing ple and the vile use of avaricious and : feel assured- that if nominated he will hv Mr. Shackelford, the Standard The fltst ciiircn c; the designing men. he defeated, or because they find in Evening Post guts to press ;it Company and the Tobacco Trust. !t him and his associates the ugly attri- I '::;. The other day Mr. lUckham was only after he found Sr.i and !'v-rSinister Control, butes of Republicanism under the con- -' .".:;: at West Liberty at 1:5 ?mlyo: and Cripps cuddled up r gether as vnient mask of Democracy. Who to- t'.vo hours prior to that meeting the peaceful and cozy as pups n a bas!.et abom"This Is the essence of that day stands as political godfather, phil- ;.jper stated the building was packed that he liftpd his unclca.i handa in inable thing known as Invisible govern- osopher, guide and friend, m the doors and that a !.:rt,c croA'd prlitiral benediction. ment. It was this secret and sinister apologist and panegyrist for this "This of Deim craiy, this ni.rcg.ned on the cr.'tide. control of the people's representatives political triumvirate? Richard W. "At I.nbino!i a gentleman cloceiy traducer of Carmack and Kern. Hargovernment that hurl- Knott and the Evening Post. And when and the people's mon and Marshall, Goebel Bryan ed an effete Republicanism from pow-e- r and where was Dick Knott ever re- identified with his campaign telephon- is not only the panegyrist, Iandthe diced to this same Evening Post a, detail it and that will bury it in deserved ceived into Democratic fellowship or oil description of tho number of per- tator In this unique camicgn. More oblivion. A great jurist and a great commissioned to outline the policies than a year ago the Demccrtic editors us statesman met the expectancy and for the party of Jefferson and Jackson, ili:cne who sat in rapt and motionless nf Kentucky, in convention ;ssembled, and burst into thunderous apgave voice to the will of a liberty-lovinof Bryan and Woodrow Wilson? itlined their policy towan! the Deni- plause, before the Court House doors people when ho demanded a new "Were I to ask who in all vcr opened or a single man in iratle candidates in a ree!litirn gov Kentucky has bean the most inveter- freedom, a freedom from invisible ; 'Oiitetl without a dissiM.r,? vr,ic. ernment, a freedom from interference ate, the mobt cruel, the most false and ..IK ad.tnce. the necessity of Loosing the : by private interests with this country's perfidious foe that Democracy ever t st and the strongest l.earer No own affairs. It was that had, the answer would come d control of its the ensuing contest ni n f.e com-- : new free-- ! nccusly from eery Democratic heart demand for this .n eniny, and that it j.s v hum "I do not complain that the columns Dick Knott, of the Louisville Eve-- a dom that made a college president in lartlo tnat awaited us in the List :.- ? sheet reek with every form ol normally ."0,000 Republican its ning Post. Xo man cm oppo.se any cf State Wilson"? vote I noi (omplain presidential electiontwo Democratic Governor by a majority of form of corporate or political iniquity '.nniiclation of me. by do to every form e lii-o that of his I am subjected it 20,000. It was that same courageous' without arousing the wrath of Richard that '.(Miction bv a little over a a- aaad i i.'ients ;.:" ti and abuse as an oHir-iaW. Knott. cry heard by forty-eigh- t States that nuba man. I am painted as a sot. ' :l tb .: in all probability "he r.ii- made him the nominee of the Democan i a d;r..'jrogue and a faker, the sup - ..cii'.d party, determined an theleunited Support and Abuse. party for the presidency. It cratic 'cutest every foot cf rrosnd .(.v t.iuie tool of the liquor iiieit ,. was upon that issue that the Demom' Ltamm it!i he "He supported McKinley, Taft and I so !: nciiut-- r commtndaticn nor the "acy. i tiey hosen champion Uemen-ratparty elected Woodrow Wilson. cratic agreed to urg oup; of the pande-re- r to corruption of Xew Jersey.- - In the greatest speech Roosevelt He fought Bryan and he a.i.l rrt iiiologist for murder. I wear . very v. here to select their candidates . .:u of his life a few months before his fought Parker. He sunnorted Braille-bad,--." of lion-an- for th Senate with an tyt s:iiIe to his nomination he declared: 'Xow, what and Bill Taylor, Yerkes and Belknap c;- lawless hate as a !iis iirobity, his experience h!s cal";s facetious viper, whose Augustus E. Willson. He fought The matter has pacity. has been the matter? and he fought Beckham when ""led tcoth, but lately rankled in tilt !..the Government of this counbeen that "In a recent editorial t:,e try was privately controlled and that Beckham was at outs with Shackel-- ' lio heart of William GoCbcl is coiled. "Mmes. looking beyond tr- iirt Saturto strike at any breast business of this country was pri-- , ford, the Tobacco Trust and the Stand- - "ow readythe defense of popular pov- - day in ugust to the lib." .if Novemthe bared in va tely controlled; and that we did not "d Oil Company He fought Hager. era ber, opened its columns to pll the incnt and the peoples rights. this nan who canonized Caleb have genuine representative Govern- in order that tne j,- o)? might .,.1 people Republican sheet must "How this and went on the shnulitora w nf ; ment, and that the r of this coun- - I5i the better judge In the of s wMy the amazed Democracy of Taylor when an outraged Democ-- 1 try did not have control of their own their champion for the .'i. ji ccntesf. And as to business r;lcy llad mailc an outcast of that tucky with the information that wliue Mr. Knott immediately tcr i.sr.e with 1 a bold, bad man, Mr. Beckham is the Dt nrcratic editors the Stan-- ! "surper, should suddenly find in Mr. after i cLmlttee bavo goni on a lltUo ncckham all the beatitudes of his an- - 'sweet and neat with pretty little- He assumed to speak net n the State. cr.'.y Tni- him--elcient Republican all es. is bevond mv feet, and that he has never been kiss,i o rti.n. but for the ed in his life,' and that he is merely ke,nj regime. particulars." I d0 not complain of his wanton and as sane and safe as Knott's once beau "And again: 'I make the assertion is ideal, William Howard Taft. that he What the Woodcock Said. that the Government was privately f!niel assaults upon me. I do not as coy and modest and retiring as that I mean to put it specifical- - "eve that the Democracy of Kentucky gentle and dove-likstatesman. Theoy ly, that the Government of this coun- - i v,iI1 b moved by the coarse ;.nd "He declared that dore Roosevelt, and that he is nearly party was indebted to the democratic was managed by politicians who"-1- " ablise wlth which the filtny JIi Beckham; the contributions which they umns da-- r 'his Republican shept reek as carefulorof human life as Powers or that it was bound to support Youtsey. t0 da"- - They will remember Howard v secured by solicitation from particular ffom him; that it had no right to consider "Were I the only Democrat who had the qualifications for public service or groups of business interests, on the ; Jl,at " Democrat In public life is so understanding, explicit or implied, that PSht or pure or blameless os to deserved by honest and faithful serv the strength in his party o. any ether implacable hostility cf Mr. spirant. He said: "The one great the first care of the Government was pscape the envenomed pen of this ice the were I the only Democrat who duty that devolves upon Democracy to be for those particular interests. servile and corrupt enemy to decency Knott, had fallen the victim of his deliberate this year is to punish t!i atrocious What do we stand here for aild Democracy. "u hc'n William Goebel made the o perversion of the truth, there might clime of bolting,' and said that since and what shall we stand for form ot cornorate abuses the knvnotp be found somewhere a member of my several Democrats had iii.r.9 iv Di,n,i f nnrr no Mr. ting the Government of this country ' M campaign Dick Knott, then an w" Party who might come under the Reckham. every other Dem-rrshould of his wiles. him, fit or unfit, sirong cr free and the business of this country :' l'3eA Democrat, in obedience to the; nduence "I am the last, not the first, to be weak. This man who for uiierests wnictt lie served then and is free. tv.ent yej,rs honored by his opposition. ser'.ing now, instantly became a has bolted every nonm-ei"The Fifth district has been repre- State or Xational, Democratic vicious and rantankerous Republican. now to ai t Defense of Business. sented for six successive terms by a as supreme arbiter and assumes of thi "William Goebel was denounced as tensor man of superb ability; a an assassin, a inccn-conduct of every othr D moevr;. lut-"In the words of Woodrow Wilson, I, a (lesigning demagogue, and clean and capable public servant. He think of Dick Knott denriTicing boltstand lor setting the business and the ctnr,,!- - 1ni,o.. has earned and ho has received the ers! 'Grt-a- t God.' said the woodccc: ,ra,i..tnn government of the Commonwealth of SOniation and falsehood all combined continued commendation and support and a a ay lie flew. Kentucky free, free irom the machma- - ,.;, not ava!t to l "And saie aiQ fajtn the of a splendid constituency. I hope country how has the tions and the control of a coterie of ri.c,.v iu thpir val,.,nt championof this soon to see him the chairman of the become 'Ir T'i,, ,. lobbyists and corruptlonists who at .,, r" t, creat. Committee on Annrni.rintinns. ham? Wo know imlebtnt ' it s a littinc reward for faithful serv- sonierhin jf o.. r.i.t ,, ,,, this hour unblushingly attempt to take ....,,, K,. .,,,,, Wr . j assassins were notified that their Ule and will redound to the "lienor and 11 our tocountry! in war fv.-:- ul bo.lmby the throat-- . . ,. 0, t , peace r. live, the material good of a great city and 'j die for that and --" country: b .t v.j(, ?a great Commonwealth. Yet Richard of the country's- t: '.g.'t-occamlt - IIUU .(, ,, , , I. .3,n.t-,- ' '.. l)OV.JiluiJ. IWItn if. ,L ill ivillUVltJ ,JIU W. Knott did not hesitate to blast and any "Dick Knott's paper was the bugle man? Who except ' ic'- Krcl power enough to step between the peo call that rang through hill and dale to blacken his name, and to distort ( d pie and their servants and and assembled those turbulent spirits iho motives and belittle the services and the Louisville r,-.i,ilWhat has Reckham to boast that they can organize and j who were shortly to make of your chosen Representative, Mr. or what has the done fi the r- - t. the seat of party iv.r dendominate bodies even? government a scene of chaos and dis-- ' Sherley. I5rckii.ini. to create this .rpni.,VtiM Does any man believe that a private and condition? What great ervio n citizen, a modest lawyer, devoting the order were at last of murder, and when Attack on Stanley. peace, what great deed cf v.. lor in w t. major portion of his time to the busi-- 1 meycapital encamped around and about of the State and courts and ness of a couple of public service cor-- 1 the "On September 2, 1300, he declared has placed the Democrat"..- r irt" uni'pr porations, which, according to his own General Assembly were menaced by that 'Back of him (Sherley) the ma- a deathless debt to .V, T'erxtaro' statement, paid him a little overadol-- i their sinister presence, who defended chine forces have been massed once Why. .e are told that the .i.t nr-- t assembling of this peaceago managed to im' Mr Re ! lar a day apiece has he this tremend- - the army?" Richard W. Knott and the- more. Back of the machine forces are ous authority? This is a task never ful the saloon forces. Mr. Sherley's votes ham to kindly conseni n t kr a or attempted before except by powerful ' Louisville Evening Post. in Congress were applauded by the "nation Tor tho Senate. I'tnl, havmj. "When interests operating through cunning driven in the General Assembly were wholesale liquor dealers, by the whis- b""n trood enough to .nrf' I . terror through the capital, ky men in politics, and thejr brought en..: u. an act ot h..- - Tiiatitid and expert emissaries. Was It claimed that Mr. Beckham did this work? Xay, chased with ofnaked bayonets through iu line with him the local liquor inter- not to offer it to him ag.iH Frankfort, who con-- 1 ests, the saloons and the Beer Trust. not so. He is but a stately mask, a the streets 'Kentucky once Iiounied the great painted shield, behind which Richard doned the monstrous outrage? Rich- He counts upon this aggregation to est orator of ancient or inmlern times. W. Knott, Percy Haly and Sam Shack- - j ard W. Knott and the Louisville Eve-- 1 caiH-this Fifth district for Mr. Swa- a constructive statesman ivho was a elford ply their nefarious calling. It nmg Pest paragon even among mn h mighty Sherley, the nominee of the for the first time in the is through him that they hope to get ,i, ,i,0,iP nf ,., ,i,r peers as Calhoun and Critvnden, Rantory of civilized government ruffians representative their long and cadaverous lingers upon in Washington of the dolph and Webster, and yi! they have the throat of a nrostrate Demoeracv invaded the sacred temples of justice liquor elements. inscribed upon the marble tomb of the and the purse of a helpless people, and -reverend judges, the ermine upon On September 30, 1008, he declared Great Harry of the West his expresmen- suuuiuurs, were iorceu to nee for Politics makes strange that Frank Fehr might as well be run- sion of gratitude for the :icnor con"A little while ago when Mr. Beck- their lives and leave precious records ning for Congress as the Democratic ferred upon him by t lie r' nd pecj-Jham, then a candidate for the Senate of the Commonwealth for sack and pil- nominee, Mr. Sherley. of Kentucky. against Gov. McCreary, denounced this lage by, ruthless and brutal savages, "The Democratic party placed the "On September 14, 100S, 'The Eveman, Shackelford, as the plunderer of who danced with fiendish glee while ning Post urges every friend of tem- toga of Clay upon the shoulder-- ' cf r his own party, as a of cor- the damnable work was done? Rich- perance, every friend of law and order, John C. Breckinridge. He vas Adcnis porations, he told you that you dare ard W. Knott and the Louisville Eve- every man opposed to the complete In 'ove. Mars in war. Solon in council not entrust any man in the Senate who ning Post. subjection of the Democratic party ti- "Hyperion's curls, the fre.nt of Jovr was actively supported by the known himself; the liquor interest to vote for .Mr. representative of the Standard Oil Co., Greedy and Voracious. An eye like Mars to threaten or comKinkead.' the Tobacco Trust and the Southern "A few years ago the shattered and mand; When neither insult to the Lecis- - disheartened remnant of a Democratic A station like tho herald Mercury; Pacific railroad. These men were hard-- 1 lattire nor outrage to the courts did organization was rallied by the cour- Xew light on a heaven-kissinly on speaking terms at the close of hill: deter the dauntless man who went se- - age, patriotism and the statesmanship A combination land a form that campaign. indeed. "In the course of time it became mv reuely on his way, without fear or re- - of that indomitable little giant, Tom Where every god did set his seal duty, as chairman of the committee proach, who was it that reveled in Marshall. The Democracy of the Union To give the world assurar.i-- or a man.' which investigated the affairs of the every form of cruel, false and ma-- , watched with Intense and breathless United States Steel Corporation, to ex- licious slander, who fired the black interest the great fight he waged Gratitude of Breckinridge. pose the methods of John D. Rockefel- and pitiless heart of murder, until the against Republicanism, intrenched in dastardly deed was done, and with a power for years and blatant in its inler In securing control of the most pre"And yet tlie great John C. Breck.n-ridgcious ore deposits in America. Three steel bullet crashing through his solent defiance. This hatred of corlived and died bowing in day was I denounced by vitals William Goebel fell bleeding in porate oppression, his insistent detimes in one to his countrymen for the D. Rockefeller, by his almoner, front of the State House? Richard W. mand for reform, his clean life and his great honor conferred by their partial John by the cor- Knott and. the Louisville Evening transparent honesty, maddened the favor. Carlislo and Lindsay, Beck and Frederick W. Gates, and poration itself. I secured and produced Post. As he lay there like the mur- malevolent soul of Richard W. Knott. BMckburn, each expressed a sense of the criminating evidence which led dered Duncan, 'his silver body laced Xot content with defaming his own infinite obligation to a trusting people first to a petition for the dissolution with his golden blood and all his vir- - representative, he opened his mud bat- for that great and coveted distinction of the American Tobacco Company, tues crying out like angels' trumpet teries on the Democracy of three a Commonwealth's ambass.:!'"- - to and finally to the separation of that tone3 against the deep damnation of States at once. In an editorial of Sep- the most august tribunal on the . l.ns great combination into four more or his taking off,' what ghoul, what hu-- " tember 5, 1908, entitled "Check Saloon earth. less independent and competing con- man hyena mangled that piece of Influences," he said: 'Let the Demo "When did tho imperial Democracy cerns. As a, result of the fearless dis- bleeding earth and then blackened the crats, therefore, vote for Watson in of Kentucky, Its knee In supplication charge of my duties as a public serv- memory of our mighty dead? Richard Indiana, Harris in Ohio, and R. C! Kin-W- . bent, humbly implore this mighty and Knott and the Louisville Evening kead in the Fifth Louisville district, towering figure, the great, unique and ant Sam Shackelford is muzzled and collared and delivered, surly but obe- Post. and against Mr. Swagar Sherley.' In only John Crepps "Wlckliffe Beckham, dient, to the hand that smote him. and "Yet Mr. Beckham has deliberately an editorial of October 9 he denounced to borrow a pair of tongs or pincers y he is yokemate with Percy Haly selected and commissioned this crea- - tho gallant Carmack, who cairyo to the and to bend in bland and supercilious in the organization of legislative hod- - ture as the head and front of a greedy aid of Marshall and the Democratic condescension and pick up the toga " . d y fell6w-Demor. Lou-irvi'ii- " arch-enemy g bpoiua-reiterate- MhWac 9 cSFi frrr3 ltd l ti'-'- l r i r M.nTfmTtr - m nan i You ccn have bright arid beautiful Furniture. Floors, and Woodwork ul zinalt cost. "5 ! & Jlooi,'Jtc.,tooriin;il tly. Telociii'l require any skill 'oiostorewornfiirnitiire, Simply use beas- Main mill combined varnish. 1 PE.F. GLr? You'll be ilcl:li;-- ei with tlio linetesii!?". 1 fyacantod.ty it comos in 1 Natural :ud Eiiiitucl. Attoicci. 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Mailed fee clTc , ICe I;i:M - Cutfcr. cn Hhj Ljasin-- j tuiu,in; jilberzaliH S"a Sllao ..in his-!",,,,- m.in Southern Site Co. luttKVOt-ata- l Leidnfjtons, Keniuclt sand-bagge- OSfinl Ciftctcry Of Gairard "jrc i.i.' Coi'Hi.." lj;t-- Ceunty . "., t'nii - V i:rl:? i:i.li r jr g 1'l.init I. I'll Wli:i:irl Marlii ,tiHiamiiiicr Trj'tti-J.ir- j IS. SIh-ii- W. II.Rrewx Kuril It... OlftC'ki Hf-ti- ml !ltt -- j r i:Muv BgrnflM-- lii "v. i.t- bj e (Kti.!? JimIj.p- '' A. A':itM. Coa.ilj Atlo'iy- - . V. Ualiir. ftooolr Uleik-- J. W. lt;iilon. DcpuQ i leii-ll.- -in ' e TumlliMnii. T. Bal'iuit. Mi- -, .1. : i humble-gratitud- I'orouei J. A. Joi'i. Sberft I. A Kl Inarm. Di'pitjSt.erilf-'iorj- ;e Slinr Sirs. i.iuMliini ll , :i Assesscr Putt Stami!. I'.. B. K.iy. Depot? Amtto Jailer Date Hoss. Snpexvisorof Ko.iflt t'!erUiul renin-Treasure- J. VI hlmore. MA'tlSTRAIKS. LcgaoJtcn 2nd. I'i;l JofcnH. Ht!in3nl, Dlst. James Colillioii 4lli. Plji. BOUNTY hOAKDTiK EIiL'UATIOl' Tnem(- - Aiiii I.I. Jr. lit. Diet. R. D McMuilrj.21.1. Iiitt. O. J. llemlrcn. Cnl. Dft. Thorns P. Khir;, tth. Dlst. CITY OK CAXCAfeTER. J.N .VhUi!it.DIl. to-da- SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central $1.00 Pel-Yea- r. Rec Grri. Charles M. Wilhite.City Controllerof the city of Louisville since 1901 was arrested charged with the appropriating F OnlrYlr rellAma TlfiAnmfttlRrl. Rrirfl Mnfl K .).. Vi to his own use of bonds put up by them R..l...li. TL.il.iiKh ami. m all D&taa. YonrVinnpr back it it f &ilfl to re- to the city to the amount o f $14,500 Her. &nf tchs In any part ot the bodr in for the faithful performance of their I'rlce 60c.taS. jLt All Druggists, Frc nmpl. dmlmr tent ea xsquett. contracts. Wilhita admits taking B BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. the bonds and says that he placed them Lednaton.Kr.. . 342 East Main St.. with various banks a3 collateral for loans. He was admitted to bond in the sum of $10,000. Victor Bogaert Go. Leading Manufacturing (Continued on page Eight) 1 Jewelers & Importers 133-13- CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. ilie Kind ,You Have Always Bought . 7 Bears the '&&&&! Signature of 5 West Main St. -:- Major h (;.Pivl!son. City JdiIriJ. P. ('rattier. Citr Attomej J E. F.cLlcton. CltjClTli-F.i- !. Hurt. City Assessor John M . Mount. CHj Treniurcr W. F. Champ. Chief Police I. K. It rron. COUKCILMEN . Lexington, - Kentucky. Parker Gregory. W.MVZnQone. Dr. J. A. Anon. New York, Brussels, Belguim. J. It.DaJtonj Ram Cotton. W.O. Goodlce. i. 1 ; Pag 8 I FARMER'S COLUMN rtpace below thi heading la rot tlie exclu-it- s use of oiirlnrmer subscribers, nnd Is for tlie sale of stock, ijmni and euch things on firm H9 Hie farmer cmmot afford to advertise No notice nill oe accepted over foai lines, and nil! be only la '.wo issue of the ECORO. free of charge The Central Record, Thursday July 16, 1914. REMARKABLE MEETING OF anything: When the Democrats of Louisville agree to Kiss the hand that smote them, to Jick the boot that kicked them. to kow-toto the malicious foe that for six years has cussed them, then he will kindly consent to permit three millions of fMlow Kentucklans to treat them as civilized human beings and to receive them into that sweet fellowship which is known around the world among all Kentucklans. "Jlr. Beckham, nominated for the Senate under the auspices of Knott and Shackelford and Haly, will immediately inaugurate a new era of political, Industrial and social good feeling. "It will be most pleasing to the people of Louisville to know that their rodmrv cousins will come to see them some more wnen Beckham is Senator and Haly and shack are satisfied, it will be cheering news to the merchants to learn that their cuFtomers from these surrounding coun- tlFS wllI agaln deal ln Louisville when Beckham gets back Into office and Haly j""! Shack are on the Job. It will come a burst of sunshine into the darkened headquarters of the political organizations in Louisville when they learn that they will no longer be boozers and brutes at thls statesman's crooked allies have passed the word around to the country and the towns that damning Louisville Is no longer to be the trump card ln the hands of political crooks and in the program of scheming demagogues, nnd that a man can be Mayor or Councilman ln Louisville without contest in the courts or condemnation ln conventions. Let us all Join in singing "Hall to the Chief," and still more hail to the slippery three who have agreed to set this city upon the map of Kentucky w STANLEY'S ' Farm and Garden i ITTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTVtVTTT VALUE OF CORN SILAGE. Economical Premium List of The Garrard County j s "IMtOOOOPOO0MP0000eHI X ) CAKCS 00L0EED TAIE LANCASTER, KY. are you going to get a First CIa33 WHERE 06 (Continued from page 7) Worth C"te worn Dj Crittenden inA fljiv?. 2 sows and 18 pigs for sale. v. hen did it transpire that KentucKy J. A. Bratton. lh money. and Kentucky's Democracy became so James I. Hamilton has CO good ewes, eternally Int'bted to him for that obliging act, lor the questionable Qls- hi will sell on one years time. Unction of being permitted to say that fine tobacco bed 300 even Beckham Is willing to represent For: Sale:-us in the Federal Senate? feet long by 9 feet wide. J. T. Pope. "When Mr. Beckham Instructs Harry Marksbure, Ky. Sonimers to inscribe upon the back of his speeches the legend that DemocMr. T. W. Conn, Lancaster Route. racy is indebted to him, he strength No. 1, has 8 yearlings and one ens not his cause, but he outrages the intelligence, he insults the inule, h will sell at a bargain. of the Democracy of Old Kentucky. "Six years ago Mr. Beckham was Mrs. Maty Clark on Lancaster and Coppercreek pike, has a cutting box, told, and repeatedly assured, that he the one and only Democrat In, mowing machine and hay rake for sale was Commonwealth who could not all be the cheap. All in good repair. elected to the Senate. He was told that he might name the Senator, that Strayed to my place, near three any other Democrat save himself fo.-k- s ot Sugar Creek, about May 11th, would be acceptable to the Democratic a hog. Owner can have same by prov- members of the Legislature. He was left to choose between the sacrifice of ing property and paying charges. his own personal ambition and the imBill Grimes. molation of a party that had honored him. Had he then said 'It is comparaI have for saje, one 4 year old Jersey tive unimportant who the Senator is, cow, two 2 year old jerseys, with calves it is all important what he is and what he stands for; my party's success Is and a nice heifer, fresh in fall. F. M. Tinder, Lancaster Ky. more precious to me than anj personal ambition' then, indeed, could he have a party and a couatrj claimed good Jersey cow, with owed himthatdebt; but having secured FOR SAI.E:-a Carlton Elkin. lhat nomination by the most ddlou. yojr.r calf. of methods, holding it by the most i.tessrs EJ and N. B. Price have four questionable of titles, he stood like the They are dog in the manger, until, as a result ot rti le Duroc hogs for sale. bred in the purple, being by Col. I Arr, the perfidy of Democratic repre;enta s and the selfishness of a Demo dara CloomfieU Lady. cratic nominee, a Republican was Invested with the toga of a Democratic Sonatcr. NINA. "Hr has exhausted every right, ex implied, legal or moral, pretsed jir. G. R Adkiton still remains very ever hador that nomination, and no a to il shrink and dodge and squirm as behind the specious fallacies of Master Carl Morgan is with his Kichard W. Knott, he is forced to Ugh: g thii wee'e. he must win or lose on his merits, Mr and Mrs. Carl Prewitt are visit-t- i he must show the people of Kentuckj that he deserves the distinction he relatives near Broadheid. seeks. week-en- d Viiss Bessie Kin was the guest of her sister Mrs". BIsde Morgan. Beckham and Platform. Mr. and 'Jlrs. Theodo Earvin attend"At the death of William Goebel Mr on Paint Lick. ed preaching Wedties-daBeckham became Governor. He acMrs. E. G Greece was called to the cepted without question the platform bed side of her mother Mrs. Conn who of his party. He earnestly professed his intention to carry out to the letter ii very ill. the policies of his great predecessor. Miss Emma Sowers is at home from Democrats all over the State accepted a. few days stay with her sister in that profession without question. Mr. Richard V. Knott accepted his proMadison Co. fessions and for a them. Misses Mary and Annie Lsyton were "How did this same Richard W the guest of their sister Mrs, Sim Knott regard Mr. Beckham then? Free from questionable corporate alliances, Wheeler Sunday. unhampered and uncontrolled by lob Rev. J. F. Stamper and A. C. Baird byists, tricksters and political aposprot-actemeeting at tates. As long as Beckham looked to began their Freedom Sunday and a large crowd Knott like Goebel or Bryan, Marshall or Carmack, Kern or Sherley, he re' present. ceived the same treatment and was honored by the same wanton and scurrilous abuse. Then he. was neither Severe Attack of Colic Cured. wise or capable or strong. Then he E E. Cross, who travels in Virginia was not followed by cheering throngs and other Southern States, was taken because he was not underwritten by Sam Shackelford. suddenly and severely ill with colic. part of a stateman Then he was no because he found first store he came to the mer- no favor with the Interests. Then In Al the chant recommended Chambei Iain's the eyes of Knott he was weak, green Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. and pitiful On March 14, 1900, Knott Two doses of it cured him. No one should declared: " The rumor that Gov. Taylor intends leave home on a journey without a to abduct young Beckham was probably started in order to keep the young thin? bottle of his preparation. For sale by from playing in the streets, and not even - m the most, bitter grown man in the ranks all dealers. of the revolutionists believes that Gov Tavlor Intends to become a child stealer" "It was only after Beckham became the choice of the Tobacco Trust, it was Beck4 ham, the railroads' favorite, Beckham, the of the secret and silent benedic; tions nuu LinuLLnn rail i o. j denly of Ityan and. Rockefeller, thatofsudblossomed into the paragon the Hge, the model for all the statesmen of his time. a people unthe lieu rliolcra H an infection dKen-- ! fit "Mr Beckham, of a hope of tragedy, and great r the shadow lympbatli-r- ! -- tranger to the devious paths his feet now myiiip in whh-l- i lli shrinks In vision hi Is. intestines, lunxs. kidneys and ttrad.same carping the perverted Knott of lhi- to Richard tV Ii i ,ue inflamed. the proportions of a 'Little Lord We are told that he is being alhogs contract the dNea-by lowed "to "tend like he is posing as a govfcallhy - iiij feed or drinking water that is ernor by his nurses.' And on March 24. lJfi. we organism Kauntleroy are advised that a 'Little Lord iii'f f od with the has appeared in new characMiuiin from I lie body of the el in! ter and will hold the boards for a short Boy." A self-respeI time-believe- d d 1V Kaunt-Ieroy." e ti-- Hair Gut and Shave street. 1914- - Henry Duncan. Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond and Palatable Winter Milk Production. Prepared by Unlttd States.department Feed Tigrlcultufe. For of p i Ina UjZ cholera K more virulent or 7nle duriijg the minimum- and. f.ill in jiil li than it N diirinjr the winter mrj .sjiiim; mouths lt, cholera outbreaks usually ii" j ear-.- . The dNease then dies out in ' neighborhood unless there are i. -- vi importations. The length of time elapsing between Hi" exposure of the animal to the dis--- i and the development of notic-!'i!srinptoms varies from a few d.iys two or three weeks. The early symptoms are tremor-.- , fever, depressed appearance, marked .staggering gait, constipation k ili.it i boea. labored breathing and ljt e Qnvu!-.ion- .. Death may occur within a few hours Recovery seldom e- u a few days. Klls IScilthv hogs possess a slight degree if resistance against disease, and this r plays no small part in the con ' rl of hog cholera. I t!thy. crowded quarters, lack of ex- and wrong methods of feeding o'.pi irp natural Immunity and are s 'iid-jr'factors in the spread of rne 'lt - di.rtS' lVhitew".s!i. lime, chloride of lime iid 'to'!; dips are disinfectants u-- cd com--lumil- .i Are Ym a Woman ? Take Cardui 1 Ik Whim's 1m j 703 SALE AT AIL MU&frS LjcUUKHM w development of the rich lesources of the mountains, and the beauty and fertilltv of the Bluegru&s, and the rich harvests of the 1'ennj rile "1 had fancied that the home and hearts of the people of Louisville and the people of the Commonwealth were Interlaced and interwoven by ties ot common interests of kinship and of alTection. that policy it was the vvls,e and of her capable business men to develop at once the wealth of the city and the of the State perused this remarkable "Before I had vainly dreamed that the farmer, the miner and the mei chant, throughout the State realized and accepted the wisdom of encouraging and developing the growth of great cities within and not without the bound.uies. of the Commonwealth that they realized they must not only produce, but market that wealth which is the immediate reward of labor in every part of this industrial l'den. known as Old Kentmkv, and that the best maiket is vour own market, a maiket within the gates of a sister city "I at one time vainly dreamed that everywere Kentuckians Kentucklans where, and that it matters little, whether they sojourn In mountains or plains, in village or city, whether they reside ln u stone front or log cabin, whether they wore fine linen or hodden gray those are but the Incidents and accidents in the lives of one great people. 1 had thought that we were, that we are. and that we ever shall be Kentucklans Kentucklans to the manor born. 1 had fancied that the happiness, the wholesome welcome, the splendid hospitality, the courage and the courtesy which sanctified and glorified my old Kentucky home was a common heritage to a common people to which, as brothers all. we might lay claim "Let us rejoice, let us reverently thank God that when ties of Interest and of blood were sundered, that we still have the magic of Beckham's blessing and the bond of Hair's benediction. In my mind's eye I can 'see the long procession tiling in solemn and farcical order before the throne which Mr. Beckham has erected to himself and his allies. I can se those Democratic beatitudes like a new faith, hope and charity, ln the form of Beckham, Snack and Haly. I can see a reunited and reconciled Kentucky bowing in infinite gratitude to the goodness of Beckham, and, reverently accepting the proffered benediction that falls from the soft and facile fingers of Percy Haly and the reeking palms of Sam Shackelford. "To satisfy his inordinate ambition Mr. Beckham has for years insisted upon making one issue paramount, which he dreamed would array the city of Louisville against the country round about it. We were told In the columns of this same evening Post ln the beginning of this campaign that it would be a fight of the country against the town, that the cities would advocate my cause and that the country would repudiate it. Finding that the allegiance of the planters and laborers throughout the State could not be shaken, they have attempted, by cajolery and coercion, to compel an unwilling support in the city of Louisville, and they have sought to secure it by the cheapest trick, the mo-- t crooked and shallow ever attempted ln the history of this Commonwealth. again "Mr. Haly TplrvU assumed the role of a ttntltifril ............ nr . - w" " nnd Air UvIe tiv In w ..tne country ana wet in towns, in com- - ' munitles where they are united against the sale of intoxicating liquors Mr Iick- ham Is a rantankerous prohibitionist, out heralding Hobson in his war upon the demon rum. In the mountain counties he assures the people that he would rather destroy one barroom than to be a Senator ln the cities we hear the covert buggestion that to Mr. Beckham and Mr. Beckham alone must they look for salvaprohition against Impending State-wid- e time as Peck's Bad And again on bition "He has constituted the Louisville Post March 14, "Young Beckham has been thanked by the rump legislators for his and the Hon. Harry Sommers, of supreme leadership, and this will please his press agents and authorized His opening speech Is pubthe young fellow as he continues to play spokesmen .mil 'tend like and is allowed to pose, as a lished In connection with the Introductory address of Mr. Sommers, and a choice bit Governor of Kentucky by his of eloquence from his facile pen fills a box nurses on the title page. "Now Mr. Knott and Mr Sommers assure the people of Louisville that Mr. Then "Mister" Beckham. Beckham is the avowed and capable foe State-wid- e prohibition; that it was to On March 24, 1900, as a necessary de- of distillers of fense to the sanctity of the courts, to him and to him alone the from wholeKentucky owe their escape, the protection of legislative bodies, to some destruction; and it is suggested, security of human life, and to the with an implied and sinister menace, that the maintenance of the dignity and the honor or a great State, Mr. Beckham made use it .Mr. uechiiam is not nominated to tne of the militia in protecting the State from forfeit, not because of any inlurv to e, hordes who public, but to the lawless and rage of j h.ul filled the Capital wltn terror and a disappointed satisfy the balded politician. it with blood. Mr. Knott saw his "In a recent issue of this same nilza "peaceful army' disband with baffled rage, Xews Mr. Sommers says: "Some and vented his impudent fury, not upon bethtownliquor people are trying to hold of the Governor, but upon Mister Beckham responsible for the Legiblatuio. fulmination Itlch-itr- d Beckham "ln a they ought to give him credit for V Knott, on March 2.1, 1900, said: Then ' Tirnhihltlnn ilafontlnr' sttn tfi.n-ldt- ) 'Mr Beckham, ln an address to the peo'Mr. Beckham's sponsors boast that he ple of Kentucky, attempts to Justify his controlled that Senate, controlled It, I am The call told, two to one, and yet that Senate put ...ill foi military assistance. would haidly Justify a chief of police in the kibosh to State-wid- e prohibition. 01 deling out his reserve forces. prohibi"Was the defeat of State-wid- e It could not Impose upon any man. quall-tie- d tion made the price of the support of the even to play Governor, outside of a liquor Interests of Louisville? Under kindergarten, and yet Mr. Beckham Issues which king do you serve, Bezonian? to his... rders ... ..his retainers. o . Speak or die! Are you wet or dry, Mr. .,,. nr .. v.i,i,n-- .? now win me democracy 01 lccniucky a.. account for tne strange reconciliation of Hobson resolution? Will you, if elected lviiott and Beckham? They are In the t0 tne senate, espouse or oppose national same bed now. Has Dick Knott cuddled prohibition? Did you aid or did you into Little Lord tauntleroy s State-wid- e prohibition for Ken- dalntv cradle, or has Kauntleroy learned sasslnate to walk, and with one dimpled hand in I tucky: to Which Beckham is to so Crtvv.the Senate TsL'.rll rf TJo r& the cadaverous clutch or Iercy Haly ana m oa ami th. other glued to the filthy and itching palm ' Dlck Knott in the cities, or the Mr. Hyde of Sam Shackelford, has he been, led, to of inveterate and implacable hostility to tlie roui lair or "lcnajra w. noiu lias tne llquor interests in the dry counties? 1UMJ U(l MWa V UVbUilUIII hUHV, IkllVLl Whether a majority of the people of down ? How. In the name of reason .did Kentucky are prepared to abolish or to they .?fSTf'JjS?Iy I tolerate the manufacture of intoxicating neara 01 tne reiormauqn Louisvuie , ilalIor wtthin the bounds of the Common. Kvenine: Post? Dick Knott is as chance wealth. I do not know. It is difficult to less as original sin in his advocacy of determine the trend of public opinion uneverything that Is evil ln our social, in til the public have spoken. Just how wet dustrial and political existence. He is the or Just how dry Is the State of Kentucky same sinister servant of homicide and I do not pretend to say, put mis 1 do crookedness, whp yesterday hounded Wll- - j know Kentucklans wet and Kentucklans uiii ugcua iu ma sia,c, auu u.cu, n,cu- - , auke adore candor and courage. At like, attempted to mangle his dead body dry tlme they have followed the standard one an.?biacke" .S'V?!,?!" . nurses now? of prohibition and another they have the highest measure of individual Where are the trae and valiant Demo- liberty. This much I do crats who stood around Mm In the hour and know? dlfler a3 they may upon a as. a Swiss lssue Kentucklans never have and moral of peril, fearless and devoted never Guard? They are r abandoned and be- - wlu rally to the standard of a coward! irayea; tney .are mants ior me. poisoned ..1Ir. Beckham, in a double deal and shafts of Dick Knott, victims of the ma playing a dual role, has at this hour lost chinations of Shackelford and Haly. temthe confidence "Several thousand years ago a man perance and theof the advocates of by the name of .Moses acquired an ephe- of prohibition." respect ot the opponents meral distinction for modesty, but as the real and only modest rnan, Moses must go aw- - back and sit down, upon the advent of Mr. Beckham. "In this same Louisville Evening Post find the following authorized of July 1. statement from this coy and shrinking statesman: 'Mr. Beckham Btatedthat hewould never cease to appreciate thSi ixmuviiie uemocraui woo naa aecjarea ln his favor ln the face of pressure from; other 'directions, and that he bellevegrthfe' conduct of this casipahJQ will) mark a new era ih the politics kot Kentucky arid In', the. establlsHment of the best .fee tin r between" Louisville and thereat oi.Kaiucky,. that Tiaa Been known 11 mahv years, . "Put into plaMnrEniUfi thjstunlqlft utterance means' simply this if if means 1 --j I I n, Mire-enoublood-thirsty I I , 1 Silage "is the best and cheapest form ln which succulent feed can be provided for winter use. An acre of corn can be placed in the silo at n. cost not exceeding that of shocking, husking, grinding and shredding. Crops can be put In the silo during weather that could not be utilized in making hay or 1. curing fodder. In some localities this 2. Is an Important consideration. A given amount of corn in the form of silage 3. will produce more milk than the same 4. amount when shocked and dried. There Is less waste in feeding silage 5. than in feeding fodder. Good silage Native Kentucklans. properly fed is all consumed. Silage 6. "I have read, or somewhere I h'ave Is very palatable and, like other sucheard It read, that the merchants and culent feeds, has a" beneficial effect bankers and business men of this queenly city were, almost without exception, born upon the digestive organs. More stock 7. and raised in the hills and dales of Old can be kept on a given area of land 8. Kentucky, and there repose the ashes of tlll when silage Is the basis of the ration. their .irrpd nnd Rnlntptl 1nrl thpr stands the old homestead, the house On account of the smaller cot for 9. where they were born, to which inemuiv fondly turns as the shadows are a little j labor silage can be used for supple-Ionge- r grown. "i naa loousniy fancied that thlr 10. were built upon the success ..ml the prosperity of a fertile region surrounding 11. thls.proud metropolis, and Its banks and mills and factories, its hoy tellies and chambers of commerce. Its vast and va12. ried industiie. were interwoven with the i cs August 6, 7, 8, First Day, Aug. 6th. S S S S 1 A. M. BOURNE 00 Best Salt Rising Bread Best Black Cake. Best White Cake, made from White Swan Flour. Prettiest Crazy Quilt. Prettiest Calico Quilt. Best Suckling Mule Colt, either sex, owned by negro, 3 to enter. Best Suckling Mule, 3 to enter, free for all. Best Shetland Pony in harness, 3 to enter. Handsomest Decorated Turnout, 3 to enter, $6. to 1st, $4. to 2nd. Best Boy Rider, under 14 years of age. Best Lady Driver, S4. to 1st, $2. to 2nd. Best Harness Mare or gelding, 3 to enter, 36. to 1st, S3 to 2nd. 13. Best Saddle Mare or gelding, under 4 years of age, 14. Mule Race, three times around the ring. 2 00 Good Service. 2 00 Phone 1 1 Auctioneer. Prices Right. 354-A. 00 00 Lancaster, - - Kentucky. $ 7 00 $ Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, 7 00 $ 10 00 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- $ 10 00 Lancaster, S 5 00 - -- - Kentucky 5 6 00 S S 9 00 8 00 Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 5 5 00 E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Second Day Aug. 7th. 15. Prettiest Girl Baby, one year and under 2 years, 25 lbs Handsomest Boy, 1 and 2 00 THE NEW 16. 17. 18. year of Glen Lily Flour and S under 2 years, 25 lbs. of Glen 19. 20. 21. 20. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. CORN HEADY FOB Till: SILO. ,,!; ., meriting pastures more economically than can soiling crops unless only a mall amount of supplementary feed is required. Converting the corn crop into silage clears the laud and leaves it ready for another crop sooner than if the corn is shocked and husked. In all parts of the United States where the silo lias come Into general use the principal silage crop is corn. One icason for this is that ordinarily corn will produce more food material to the acre than any other crop which can be grown. Furthermore, torn makes an excellent quality of silage. The legumes, such us clover and alfalfa, are liable to rot unless special care is taken to pack the silage thoroughly and force the air out. The only objection which has been raised concerning corn silage is the .. ...s .ij. .!.. mar. ,i met .,.i it cumuius tiusuuiciciu jinueui f.,iiv ,0 meel roniiirenients nf animals to wuicu it may ue ieu. some persons have iid.ised niKing clover, cowpea or alfalfa with the corn when lining the silo in order to correct this deli ciency of protein. Such a procedure is not to be advised, however, if it impossible to cure the clover or other crop Into hay, which usually can be done if hay caps are used. Since some dry forage should always be fed with the silage it is better to use the leguminous hay iu this way rather than to convert the crop into silage. Corn should be harvested for the silo at about the same time that it is liar vested for foJder that is. when the grain has become and the lowei leaves of the str.lk have turned brown The Silage made from immature com Js not otllv less nutritious, but also . more ac!(r-th::- n that made fioin more mature com. Th? toril should not be allowed to become tin roughly ripe mill ,irv ' however. the stalk and n louage ui lei.ii' ri'u juuie ui.i;i-lii-. digest nnd, beside, the corn tan not be packed into the .silo tightly enough to prevent "'lire fanning" v.ithotit the nCdit'ou'tSf wat.-r- . In case the corn is fio7en befo-- e It is proprrly matured for cutting it shouUl be harvested at once before it h:;s h::d lime to dry out to any extent, nimugh water should be added to replace that lost by evaporation thiough standing in the Meld rtfter frosting. . -be-.iti- 31. 32. 33. Lily Flour and S 5 Best Penmanship with pen and ink, 3 to enter. S Best Drawing, by school children, 3 to enter. 5 Best Quart of blackberry wine. S Best Filly, owned by negro, 3 to enter. Best Filly, free for all, 3 to enter. $ Best Suckling Colt, either sex, owned by negro. $ Best Suckling Colt, free to all. -- $ Best Mare and Colt. S age. Best Mule, any $ age (shown to halter.) Best Stallion, any $ Colt, owned by negro. Best Mare and Mule $ Colt, free for all. Best Mare and Mule $ Mare, owned by negro. Best Saddle Horse or $ Horse, free for all. Best Saddle Mare or Best Gentleman Rider, 3 to enter. S Best Pony in Harness. Sweepstake Roadster ring for pacers, free for all 3 to enter. $ ' 2 00 Opposite Post Office. 1 00 Bath In Connection. 3 00 1 50 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 Physician and Surgeon. 5 00 LANCASTER, KY. 5 00 Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 5 00 5 00 Office Hours Office West Side 5 00 . m to li. 1 p.m. to 1. Lexington Street 5 00 Barber Shop . J. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, 5.00 JB. IT. Phone 65. "WALTER Lancaster, Ky. Third Day, Aug. 8th. under halter, 3 to enter. Combined Ring, Mare or Gelding. 3 to enter, $7. to 1st. 35. $3 to 2nd. 36. Walking Ring, 3 to enter, $6 to 1st, $2 to 2nd. 37. Best Lady Rider, astride, 3 to enter. 87 to 1st. $3 to 2nd. 38. Fanciest Turnout. 3 to enter. $7 to 1st. $3 to 2nd. 39. Foot Race, three times around ring. $3 to 1st. $2 to 2nd. 40. Sweepstake Roadster Ring, for negroes, 3 to enter, $7 to 1st, $3 to 2nd. 41. Sweepstake Roadster Ring, free for all, 3 to enter. S15 to 1st. $10 to 2nd. Worst Turnout, 3 to enter. S3 to 1st, $2 to 2nd. 34. Model Ring shown $ DENTIST. 6 00 H. $ 10 00 $ 8 00 S 10 00 S J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Office Hours Paxnt Lick, P4one 10 00 $ 5 00 S 10 00 M. K. Office: D6iy ?;'. A fcV I fcV Ja U4 J and . A. Wtaler $ 25 00 $ 5 00 Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormea Bnlldlngovei Hnrt & Ander- son's Fnrnltnre Store. LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. W. H. Harris, Pres. Jerry Doty, Sec. J A 5EAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Thousands All Over Country Responding to "S O S" Wireless Sent Out by Churches would be without churches. Are youidoing your part to support them by your attenSSnce? Tn recent years there had been a surprising falling off in church attendance figures. People stayed away from church some becau.-- e they had lost faith, but the great number simply because they had become apathetic. It was time that this apathy ceased. And it has to a large extent. With the advent of the GO TO CHTJRCH movement there has been a splendid awakening all over the country. Religion had only been dormant. The - GO TO CHTJRCH call found a ready response. New churches have, sprung up in many quarters. The old churches, which for some time past were remarkable for their empty pews, suddenly took on new life. The pews were filled. Men and women who had not been to church in a decade came back Jo the fold. Office Phone 27. Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY. church! Go toThink for one minute what this world T Strawberry Plants Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts . ,seMBerJ?SyJf I Farm Brisfs. The fanner who has planted tested reed is likely to be the man of whom Lis neighbors will say next fall: "He's always a lucky fellow. Look at the crop he's got.'' One of the advantages of swine husbandry is that it gives quick and remunerative returns. Raising live stock is one of the most farreaching means of economy on the farm. Intelligent specialization pays in farming as it pays in any other line of work. They brought with them others. THE CHURCHES SENT OUT A "S O S" WIRELESS. NEWSPAPERS HELPED. SO DID THE TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH SO DID THE TRADESMEN. NOVEL IDEAS FOR COMPANIES. WERE PLENTIFUL. IN CHICAGO," WORKING UP ENTHUSIASM BARBERS IN SHOPS ON THE WEST SIDE FOR INSTANCE, FIFTY WERE ENLISTED. THE PLAN OF INTERESTING THEM WAS HIT UPON BY A CLERGYMAN WHILE UNDERGOING A RAZOR OPERATION. HE ASKED THE BARBER TO REFER TO THE GO TO. CHURCH MOVEMENT WHILE SHAVING HIS CUSTOMERS, AND THE ARTIST OF THE STROP CONSENTED. SHOP AFTER SHOP WAS VISITED UNTIL FIFTY AGREED TO 8PEAK ABOUT MfiUFMCWT THF PLAN WORKED WONDERFUL RESULTS.. ALL THAT THE PEOPLE WANTED WAS A REMINDER. THKlfT STORY OF CHICAGO IS THE STORY OF HUNDREDS OF OTHER. PLACES. EVERYBODY HELPED THE TrftNG ALONG.50 YOUR , H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentuckv. Nurserymen since 1841. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and ln order to cure It yu must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of tbebest physicians ln this country for years and is a regular prescription. lets composed o the best tonics known.. cOmbinsfl with the- g best blood purifiers, acting dlrjctly on the mucous.' surfaces. The perfect combina-ttc- n of the two .logTedlents.is what such wonderful results m curing: tsMrru. .Deau lur.LCuuivaiaja. inc. pro-ojsc- es t SUBSCRIBE FOR tuc The Central Record, PART. " h m ..., $1.00 Per Year. aA f mil unTTi i.vm ncep uuiixu iu Linuiuu GO TO CHTJRCH! ', ...irs' V fca- - . -