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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 23, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914072301_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 23, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $ THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELlQJOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 23, 1914. Ex-Go- NUMBER 18. XgSJS3XSKSmm333S8SK83SSmS speak J. C. W. Beckham will at Lancaster at 1:30 P. M. July WOMAM'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. All persons who desire the privilege of contributing to the box to be sent to the Hindman Settlement' School, will J 27th. Court day, in the intere3t of his MRS. BRADLEY IS GIVEN $7,500 Husband's Salary For One Year. gi(nrz3czia crzrn 11 icmcnuv HARNESS BUY AN candidacy for the Senate. AGOOD FARM. Mr. R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, is offering in this issue of the Record, his tine farm situated near Crab Orchard. This is the most productive farm in ,that section aad if we mistake no"t, the best .crop of tobacco sold over the Danville breaks in 1912 was produced on this farm. Any one desiring such a place would do well to communicate with Mr Bronaugh. A Delightful Social Function. WAGONS BUGGIES Owensboro Wagon to market that bumper corn crop you will have this fall. This Wagon is built of the best KENTUCKY 1 HICKORY AND V. !l The many Lancaster visitors at Crab Orchard are loud in their praise for this famous old hostelry and the entertainment and amusement afforded them by Ma an Pa. A criterion of the Springs papularity i3 the fact that there were three hundred guests registered there last Sunday. The music is better than ever, which in TO PLAY WEEKS ENitseii insures goou dancing, the swimMRS. R. K. CONN ming pool furnishes the amusement for GAGEMENT 1NLANCASTE. the afternoon, and with the fine table SERIOUSLY ILL. fare and the finest mineral waters jn W. I. Swain Show Company will The the South, Crab Orchard Springs well come to Lancaster next week for a Mrs. R. K. Conn the ages mother of deserves the patronage which it is engagement and will appear Messrs James. John, Will and Frank receiving. weeks under their own large water proof can Conn of this place, has been seriously vas during the entire week. This show ill at the family home on White-Lic- k J. C. W. Beckham will comes highly recommended and does Creek in this county, but her condition speak at Lancaster at ISO P. M. July not as a usual thing plav towns the is much improved and her physicians 27th, Court day. in the interest of his size of Lancaster. The press of West now think that her recovery is but the candidacy for the Senate. em Kentucky speaks in very compli question of time. Mrs. Conn stuck a mentaiy terms of the Swain shows splinter in one of her fingers, from They have in their repertoire several which blood poisoning developed, and at attractions which they play under a big one time her condition was regarded as royalty, and include "Ishmael," "The serious. Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 House Of A Thousand Candles" and years experience in the business. several other splendid plays. They MR. PARKER JENKINS Look for other bargains listed in next carry a splendid Silver Band of ten issue. Owners of farms who want to pieces and several open air concerts Loses Residence And Contents. sell should see us at once. will be given during the engagement, 85 acres of land on pike J mile from Between 11 and 12 o'clock Wednesday and also a concert before the doors opmorning Mr. Parker Jenkins, one of good village 9 miles from Lancaster, en on the grounds each evening. This company far outranks the usual the engineers at the water works plant first class land, good improvements, 10 In the run of "tent shows" which have been lost his residence and contents by fire. room dwelling, well watered, "hitting" Lancaster of late, and will Mr. Jenkins' home was adjoining the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. give our people an opportunity of see- water works property, and at the time Price $125.00 per acre. ing some splendid attractions at a nom- of the fire he was at the station pumpThree cottages at the low prices, inal cost Forty people are carried in ing, while his wife had gone to the $1800., $2000. and$2100. 8G acres, on pike, very fertile land, the caste and they travel in their own home of her mother in the country. private Pullman cars. Mr. Eb Ross and Jessie Thomas were high class improvements, beautiful loin an adjoining tobacco field, but when cation. Everything considered, it is a they discovered the fire the house was bargain at $140. a mass of flames and they were unable 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville to rescue anything from the fire. The well improved, large tobacco barn. If Only you origin of the fire is unknown. want a money maker see this farm. APPOINTED POSTMASTER Much $400 insurance was carried. $70. per acre. sympathy is expressed for Mr. Jenkins THE APPOINTMENT A POPUUB ONE. Four hundred acres of as fertile land in his severe I033. as there is in Kentucky, near famous A telegram from Congressman Harvey Camp Dick Robinson section. 4 tobacco anHolm or) Wednesday afternoon RECORD PRICE FOR barns, silo, tenant houses, stock barn, nounced the fact that Mr. Ephriam P. large, attractive 8 room residence. You Brown had been appointed Postmaster EXPORT CATTLE. must see this to appreciate it. Good at Lancaster succeeding Mr. W. 7T. investment and good home, half cash, West, whose term of office expired in W. S. (Pony) Beasley, of Lexington balance 1 to 10 years time. Cheap at March last. county was in $100. per acre. It is hardly probable that Mr. Brown and formerly of this Fw town last Tuesday buying cattle for will be checked into office until about No 491. 185 acres of high class land, Has feeding. He tells us that he has just August.as his appointment will have to 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per sold his export cattle to Monte Fox, go to the Senate for confirmation, after agent for Armour & Co. for the record acre, $120. which he will have to make bond, and 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele price of $8.75 per hundred. There these necessary preliminaries will of a were a hundred and eighty cattle in the land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 necessity take considerable time. lot and averaged 1510 pounds per head. acres in grass, on pike in one mile of The appointment of Mr. Brown is a Price $120. per acre' He received $132. 12J per head or $23,- - Lancaster. happy ending ofja long hard fight for No 494. Several pieces of splendid Pony has been 782.50 for the lot. M. in behalf of his candidacy for the the Lancaster ofnee. Ihe various BECKHAM TO SPEAK. democratic nomination for the Uf S. aspirants for the position all had a handling fine cattle "since th memory city property for sale. J. C. W. Beckham will Senate. Gov. Beckham has a goodly m'ore or less strong following, Mr. of man runneth not to the contrary" 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from address the democratic voters of Garrard following in this county and a good Brown having among the strongest, and this is the highest price he has Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles Pdny says that he from Lancaster, good improvements, --ill county at the ccurt house in Lancaster I crowd will doubtless take this op- - and while there are many who espoused ever received. agrees with Pres. Wilson and Henry large tobacco barn, well worth the m on Monday July 27th at 1:30 o'clock P. portunity of bearing him the candidacy of other aspirants, yet the business depression is price of $100. per acre. there can be found no one who was Ford that merely psycological. . 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lan Monday is county court day. We Listen for Little Boy Blue and his really opposed to Mr. Brown having the caster & Lexington pike, splendid imand expressions of need the $$$, come in and bring them horn. He'll tell you where to get your appointment, provements, at $90. per acre. CLYDE RUBLE DROWNED satisfaction are heard upon every side to us. dinner, Court Day. at his success. 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint m feeling of satisfaction seems to A Jim Smith's new bungalow on RichWhile Bathing In Kentucky River. Ephriam Price Brown was born and Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. pervade the entire community since the mond street is going to be one of the raised in Garrard county, is 41 years Clyde Ruble, aged 26 years, wa3 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on recent copious rains. handsomest residences in town and is old and has lived here all his life; He drowned while bathing in Kentucky pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancasnearing completion. Wonder who is is a son of Mrs. Dolly Brown, and is Lancaster looked deserted Sunday. river near his home in Jessamine ter, priced at $120. per acre and is Everybody that could possibly getaway going to live in it? personally known to nearly every per county on last Friday afternoon. The worth it. went to Crab Orchard Springs. During the interim between the week son in the county, lie is an unswerv young man was accompanied by his No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pike, ing democrat, and has often rendered twin brother Clarence and several other near Bryantsville. $100. per acre. An unprecedented crop of blackber- stands of tent shows. Manager Romans service ries was marketed here last week. The is presenting some splendid film offer- efficientdeputy to his party. He ser- young men, who saw him sink, but Ncv502. 90 acres, 170 yards from postmaster under the were unable to reach him in time to prevailing price was 15 cents per galion. ings at the Opera House. Patronize ved as limits of Lancaster on Lexington Cleveland administration, made a very save his life. His remains were in town your home institution occasionally. Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildand efficient officer, and the terred in the family burying grounds at Bob Burton says they are already be The colored Odd Fellows in this sec- popular ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. duties are perfectly familiar to him. Mount Olivet in this county on last Sun ginning to move the fences in the Buck-ev- e tion ran an excursion train to Richmond 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile Mr. Brown for the past 14 years has day afternoon. country, in order to make room for last Thursday to 'take the delegates to " from pike, fertile land, highly improved has been in theemploye of Mr. J. E. tremendous corn crop. the The deceased was unmarried and was the Grand'Lodge, which was in session lies well, splendid water, susceptible of kindness J. C. W. Beckham will in that city. Lancaster furnished "a Stormes, and his' Uniform everyone and a son of the late Charles Ruble, and a division into two or three farms. $95. courteous treatment to has member of the well known and popular speak atJLancaster at 1:30 p. m. July good delegation. made him a host of friends throughout Ruble family of the Buena Vista sec ner acre. A.. 27th. Ccr&Li day, in the interest of his The Christian Endeavor will serve a the county to whom hia appointment tion, and was himself a popular young 504. 124 acres, on piKe.i miie-troicandidaCJ?!orjthe Senat". Carnival Lunch. Court day. Coffee. will be a source of great gratification. man. Until recently young Ruble was Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other. Comeih.'Mondjky&njj add your ,name old Hasp, chicken, pies. ice cream etc. The Record congratulates Mr. Brown a resident of this county, but about ("beautiful level building site fronting' LI to the sabecripta& Ifat'of the Record. in aEiiadance. on his success in securing the appoint two years ago he with the remaining pike. $110. per acra. Everybody come and be served at ment, and the people who patronize the members of the family removed to the We areetting out a good paper, but For further Darticulars write or cai (Hi course-spu-dnot Jcnoathia if vou noon.hour by Old Mother Goose and J office on the fact that they are to have Handy farm nearWilmore in Jessamine j on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real iiof hsn hdlpers: such a courtyras and efficient official county. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. and by men of years experience in Wagon Building, therefore it has no equal in Strength, Durability and Workmanship. Come get our price. Mrs. Carrie Davidson entertained last evening at the home of her son, Mr. Guy Davidson, in honor of Miss Elizabeth Morgan, of St Louis, Miss Edna Gully, of Texas and Miss Lotty Carson cf Stan'oid. Miss Allie Yantis assisted her in entertaining while Miss Katie Barns Dickerson and Carrie Bell WHERE ARE THE Romans served frappe. The string GAME WARDENS? band and delightful refreshments were enjoyed by about sixty of the young We of course realize that a Game people who called during the evening. Warden has no control over the elements but there are persistent reports of dynamiting in Dix river, and between BETTER GET A LICENSE. the ravages ot hail storms (?) and the Every person who drives an automo- dynamiters the fish are liable to be a bile not his own must be provided with thing of the past. Does look as if the a "Chauffer's license", and the penalty latter could be brought to the bars of for failure to so provide yourself brings justice. a severe penalty. A state inspector is liable to hold you up at any time and demand to see your credentials. Better DILLARD LITTRELL write to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles at Frannfort Ky and get an ADJUDGED INSANE. application blank for a temporary Dillard Littrell was adjudged insane license, which is sufficient until the by a jury in Judge Arnold's court last examination is held at your nearest point, at which time you will oe requir-o- d weeK and committed to the Eastern An officer to undergo the test required by the Hospital at Lexington. came from that institution for him on board. last Saturday. Littrell is about 45 years of age and is a son of Mr. James He has been suffering with Littrell. periodical hallucinations for several years, and his condition became such as ON to make it necessary that he be In the General Deficiency Bill, which please send their contributions to Mrs. has been reported to the Senate, is Prather 's residence Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dollie Brown will receive the $7,500. to be paid to Mrs. Margaret Duncan Bradley, widow of the late packages. Senator W. O. Bradley, This is one years salary of the late Senator and is MORE BEANS, LESS given as is the usual custom. The measure also provides for GO days pay POLITICS PLEASE. for the clerks of the late Senator The political pot boils with much Bradley. more vehemence in this locality nowadays than the bean pot. The former CAMDEN commodity is much more plentiful than latter, but there are a great the many people who would gladly have TO GIVE BIG BARBECUE more beans and less politice, the forAt Versailles On July 29th. mer are much more sustaining. ppppppppjpppf ii77f ll'jixj ' i SENATOR Inuse.fbr 4Q years and still going Studebaker, L. J. IN a recent letter to Ohio states that he 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 good 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. The State FarmersUnion will meet in convention at Versailles on July 28th 29th and 30th, and upon the second day of the meeting, July 29th, U. S. Senator Johnson N. Camden, will give a mammoth barbecue at his home place Spring Hill, tor the entertainment of the assembled farmers. Senator Camden has expressed his intention of being present upon this occasion to make his guests welcume, provided his duties at Washington will permit his attendence.&Senator Camden gave a barbecue last year at hich the was variously estimate at from 15,000 to 2O.O0C, and the occasion was one long to be remembesed. i--ii 1 When you want a Farm Wagon, come in and let us show you our line of STUDEBAKERS. We can save you money. FAMOUS OLDJSPRINGS AS POPULAR AS EVER. lifl&ililltr3!! i feic ii Ef! 1F S m I" ir if fi trff ' 4i ii i BEST TENT SHOW THE ROAD CONN BROTHERS. Ex-Go- Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS RARE BARGAINS. "Our Meat Goes EVERY woman knows there is a great in the LASTING QUAL- Furthest" ITY of meat- -. Poor roat. steaks or chop-- , fat ami tough. l.r instance, very rarely go into the refrigerator after the fine attack upon them - oxer. We soli the kin i that Int IJEAL 31 EAT, selected wit a EXPEIST KNOWLEDGE. L- "EPE" BROWN Davidson & Doty. TBI 3rp ,fftS$i8riSSN WSSBMfWW-41 ffiiz-i - t l,.... .!.. IT" J J 1 , -I j a &&JI tefy 55" If I you are looking for a W pa A 4! jjj ' 1' W. - fc? ason buy the 3. - 1 Old Hickory It runs lighter and lasts longer than any other wagon. .Sold aad warranted. . Ex-Go- v. n iPS& vW k ' iMAMS Va vJLTA' .X ftiMrrHMrrglraBrHrraMirHJa;raBrHJBrfaW I M.rrrm ff rtUWI ' ?'' f S-- ? '. ". 1 r . Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday July 23 1914. T973lg 3kirsfcifc P&flr &9437 GfKSr! wSBla ifed Wiwj WILL BE rl HELD i I tzr?r7?rizyvr?7rri?TTzr?KiFifir? gitraar esfeisk 'BB3 IN KY i si l I IT i j V 79 flS ESI nfi Q3 rxs E533 v2S OX 3 17 tS&33ftji5- ij uMimn The Best Horses in Kentucky will be there. I - Don't miss the many bargains we are offering. jlfl m Mr. Arthur Bottner of Richmond, D E ? ; vc came Saturday to be th guest cf Mr. Mis. B. F. Lunsf jnl continues puite Burchell and familv.- poorly. Mrs. Pat Kerns and children of WinMr. Thomas Br cllove is quite s:ek HI Beautiful hair, fluffy. lustrous, abun- - chester are the guests of her brother, of rheumatism. dant and free trorp dandruff, is one of Mr. Bob Duncan and Mrs. Duncan. Air. Arthur Miller vas in Lancaster woman's greatest charms it's her Berea defeated Paint Lick Saturday H OF ' main delight yet many who would be afterijpon in a good game of ball play- on Friday last. most attractive but for their streaked, ed on the home diamond by a score of Miss Carrie Naylor isited the Misses c thin and lifeless hair, think there is no 9 to 4. Smith 1 hursday. 1 i . .... . . remedy, and that pretty hair is a gift g1 ? r& it1 2 llfi Airs. John iscll, of uoroin, is visiting ID Mr. anil Jlrs. lorn Logsden and little of nature. Beautiful hair is xeally a daughter Geneva, spent Sunday in Lan- - her parents here. SCIeb matter of care and httentian. Parisian caster, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Ila Petttis w.i.- - home SnniUv Sage, when rubbed into the scalp and E. Seale, from Springfield. I'VJBf-applied to the hair, will work wonder- ggsgggfggsw? -- .? Mrs. Jennie Ramsey and children, Miss Mary Pettus will teach school you will be sui prised and delighted Joe Cabell and Lucile of Lancaster f yj Just received, with the first application not only will were the week end guests of Mrs. B. at Hubble this fall. The infant son of Mr. anj Mrs. Fred the hair appear abundant, soft, Huffy. M. Lear and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. Two Cars of Brick. Dyehouse is quite sick. radiant with life, but really doubly J. C. W. Beckham will beautiful. Two cars of Sand, We wish our good Judson scribe speak at Lancaster at 1:30 P. M. July ' Parisian Sage supplies hair and scalp Two cars of rough Lumber. 27th, Court dav, in the interest of his would give us the news again. needs. It surely removes dandruff with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankenship candidacy for the Senate. Two cars of Cement and Lime. one application and cleanses the hair of visited Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gill. all dirt and excessive oil. It is an in- - j Mrs. Fannie Walker. Mrs. M. K. Three Cars of Flooring, Ceiling, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian, of Garrard, Denny of Lancaster, Miss Mary Miller j expensive, scientific tonic, and contains Ctllo- - were visiting friends here Saturday. nothing to injure the hair or scalp. It of Richmond, and Mrs. Joseph vvnen we ouy in mis quamiiy, our prices Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, of fA can be secured from R. E. Mc'Roberts way of Eminence were the 'guests of Monday. Lancaster, visited Mrs. W. H. Cum $; Mrs. Robert Walker on are bound to please. or at any drug store. mins. in Mrs. Rodney Grigg3 chaperoned the Little Miss Ida Pax ton Jordan is at following young people on a picnic to MN'.Ki K. Pineville the guest of her grandpa, Rev, Morans Mill on Friday, Misses Jessie Robert Jordan. Mr. R. C, Broaddus lost a fine milk Parks, Chastine and Geneva Rucker, Miss Mary Banks Anderson, of StanSallie and Mattie Woods. Polly Brown, cow last week. Paint Lick, Kentucky gn Chastine and Docia Metcalf, Hazel ford, visited her friends Misses Grace hhhhhhh' - - SB3v Mr. T. U. Hill had the misfortune to Patrick, Beulah Cotton, Ethel and Ora and Carrie Anderson. loose a fine horse. Rstricl(T and Messrs T.ee Ledford. Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester, of near Several young folks went to High chestel. and Grant Metcalf, Amos Stanford, visited her parents, Mr. and Bridge Sunday on a boat. Park Curry R!c Willard Hart Je. Mrs. D. M. Anderson. Mr. John Ray of Kansas has been rome Cotton, Dewey Metcalf, Jira Mr. Pitt Sampson and sister, of May-- I visiting his sister Mrs. Joe Ray. Harve Ralston and Conn Asher. wood, visited their aunt, Mrs. R. II. Mr. Ben Sipple spent a part of last Saturday afternoon Mr. Jim Harve Baird Saturday and Sunday. week with his U'icle at Flatwocds. Ralston was coasting down the hill to Messrs. John T. Rigsby and Logan We have been blessed with a fine the bridge on silver creek on his Thompson motored to Alt. Sterling in lain and crops and gardens are looking motorcycle, when a gnat flew in " his the former gentleman's machine Mon-ev- e better. and blinded him so that he lost day. It ran There were no services at the Bantist Miss Ila Hill spent the week with her entire control of his machine. J the aboutments of the unuge cnurcn aunaay as nail been previously r aunt Mrs. John Hill and attended the Ky. meeting at McCreary. fA-throwing Mr. Ralston off and then announced. Rev. Owens giving way to J. C. W. Beckham will the machine fell on him breaking both the Methodist brethren. cost is the biggest cost of The The protracted speak at Lancaster at 1:30 P. M July bones in his right arm and bruising meeting at the iiTwBi3?y.y i'fVESty'.j; z-tz. a iiajT.-rrn- , mm very severeij . ins many lriuiius Methodist church continues with much e )7il, iill kil. iiiiuiL'SI. Ul Ilia ..k.ii fn,( Ford and the smallest cost of um.uafct, the are S1 to know he escaped so lightly interest manifested. Rev. Pollitt, of candidacy for tne Senate. any other car because of the after-expens- e. from what might have been a very Lancaster, is doing the preaching. Mr. and Mrs. R..W. Sanders spent , acci(ent l4 I HI The Ford is the one car Mrs, Hervey Cress and little daughSunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Henley, njwiiiMw Miwwin'i MwiiitsM iuwimmuiwiKwn nam ter. Miss Goldie, returntd to their Whitaker of Madison. you can drive at than "horse jiAii::.Mii'i:i. home in Cincinnati Sunday, after visitand buggy" rates. Thousands drive ing Mrs J. M. Cress. 1 Mias Mary Chesnut has returned from THEY ALL DEMAND IT the Ford at less than two cents a J. C. W. Beckham will a visit to friends at llustonville. speak at Lancaster at 1:30 P. aI July mile. It's the "cost-to-keep- " that I Lancaster Like Every City and Town in A thief raided the chicken roost of 27th. Court day, in the interest of his connts. Mr. John Roys ton and got away with candidacy for the Senate. the Union, Receives It. $1,000 Roadster Stake 1 CI, 000 Light Harness Stake 50 broilers. Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and family enFarmer Boys' Encampment Student's Judging Contest Five hundred dollars is the prire of the Fold runMr. and Mrs. Mack Moore of Lexing- joyed a family People about ;the touring carisfive fifty; the town car sev1 cured. with kidney ills want to be ton have been visiting his sister Mrs. of the chiklron reunion on Surdaj. All TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY were present excepting When one suffers the toitures en fiftyf. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. one married daughter in Kansas. of an aching back, relief is eagerly Clayton Arnold. Get catalog and particulars from Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field sought for. There are many remedies Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Lewis, of More-lanLittle Miss Margaret Elliott is spend-Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork today that relieve, but not permanent- - ing several days with Misses Lula and visited Prof, and Mrs. Cyrus tThe Madison Garage, Incorporated. ly. Doan's Kidney Pilb have brought Elizabeth Simpson, CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis formerly , Richmond, Kv; lasting results to thousands. Here is Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and daugh-proo- f lived here and are riiighty nice people. ft: GRAKD 55 j of merit from this vicinity. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. FIREWORKS ter Delia Mae, went to Lexington to Mr. Ozz Anderson of Stingy Creek DISPLAY Mrs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St., attend the birthday anniversary of his has the finest field of tobacco in this Stantord, Kv., says: "My kidneys have Imother. section. All the farmers report a long been troublesome ana irregular in For Catalogue cud Entry Blank Address Reduced Railroad Rates Th(J Missl01lary Campaign will meet marked improvement in the condition their work. My back ached constantly . wiu, the church at tm3 piace Auff. 8th. of the weed since the recent glorious L. auu auiiieiiuie was so lame 1 couiu not A good program has been arranged"and rains. LOUISVILLE, KY. uend over without great effort. After i 7G5 Paul Jones BuUding, Some of our young men are mopins; " ttfrt fuQdt id ovnortt iI .,,; uuou a lYJUiitr t:1113, my i.:.. t:.i i . uaiiij; r. Kidneys tt. j7-g? i ;raa7ii-,'icy-; !v;Fritw iv fa W. Beckham will about like sick kittens for the last few J. 0. Vtornmn nnimil orwl U. KnJ.nnI.A l... IF T& W ,speak at Lancaster at 1:30 P. M. July days on account of some. handsome ..- -. i ;.!., p:ii Court &d'ln tl,e interest of Ws ji'oung lady visitors returning home 'and I have since been enjoying good ,27th' aiujr cuarming me local iaus at this candidacy for the Senate. uifu . f si s Xf! T!!a TAltHrtnti uc rnce ouc, at an ueaieis. Done.l miss luiuine uunnsuu, vnu Hnf lxdtnt-aU&9 u a . S 5 E33 B H Our school will commence in SeptemLi simply ask for a kidney remedy get visiting in Nicholasville, stopped here i! U S S&S3&3 ber. "The school books will be ready by Doan's Kidney Pills the same that t0 make a brief visit t0 friends at her that time. We willfciavc Prof. John Mrs. Hubble had. Foster-Milbur- n Co. old home, enrcute to her home in LanB. Hutchins and Prof. Cyrus Johnson For private reasons I will have to give up fanning; and will sell my caster. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. to head our school, Johnson being The funeral of Mrs. Susan Johnson principal. mile of Crab Orchard, home place of 230 acres. This farm is in occurred here at 11 o'clock a. m. on 1'UVT i,ii:k The residence of Mr. ana Mrs. Evan adjoining the Fair Grounds and lands of J. W. Guest. It has a brick last Thursday conducted by Rev. Moore Foley came very near being consumed Mr. Roy Estridge was a visitor in of Shanee Run, assisted by Rev Mahan. by fire Saturday. The shingle roof dwelling of six rooms, hall, porch, and cellar; a frame summer dining Mrs. Johnson wasja member of the Richmond Friday. caught from a defective flue. Prompt attached; a good tenant house, two stock barns, a having joined 77 years Mr. Abe Hardnick df Dayton, Ohio church here, This room and kitchen work stopped the conflagration. ago. She was a woman of high integ- was the fifth time the house has caught is the guest of Mr, Will Asher. $1,200 tobacco barn of 8 acres capacity, and all other necessary out rity and had many friends both in this Are. . Miss Emma Burcher has returned buildings. having lived at and Mercer counties, Prof. Lovell has gone to Louisville to from a visit to friends in Richmond. both places. She resided at Burgm at attend school and Mrs. Lovell and two This farm is in a high state of cultivation; 130 acres of nver bottom land, Miss Polly Brown, of Lancaster, the time of her death. adapted to blue sons will make the this is fine corn, meadow, or grazing land; 100 acres of handsome little visited Mrs. Rodney Griggs the past Mr. Homer Woods, after a lingering famil of her father, Mr. R. J. grass, and is fine for tobacco, corn, wheat and other grain. week. illness of tuberculosis passed i$ the on Drake's creek, a protracted Dix river bounds it on the east, with two creeks running through the Mrs, Ann Robinson, of Lancaster, is Great Beyond on last Wednesday at visit. Prof.' Lovell taught at Crab the guest of her sister, Mrs. .lames the home of his aunt, Mrs. Bettie Nor-ri- s. springs, and a splendid bored well, of pure limestome farm, five never-failin- g ce- Francis. Orchard last term. Mr. Woods was 24 vears of age water, at the door, which give3 an abundance of stock water during the dry est 12, 16 1 in Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beazley are reand had not connected himself with any seasons, which makes it an ideal stock farm. Headache and Nervousness Cored. joicing over the arrival of a son on church. He did not fear death as he This farm can be nicely divided into two farms about 130 acre3 with last Monday. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled had anchored hope in Jesus, and he tenant house; and 100 acres with impiovements. Misses ''Ruth and Hazel Ross are Was anxiously waiting the summons. to all the praise I can give them," Will sell as a whole or in two tracts, to suit purchasers. visiting their aunt, Mrs. Joe Gailey After a brief service at the grave by writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, Liberal terms near Kirksville. v, Rev. Mahan he was laid to rest in the N. Y. They have cured me of head- will be given. Seeding privileges given, and full possession January 1st, 1915. Mr. Carlos Hedrick returned Sunday cemetery at this place. He leaves two ache arid nervousness and restored me from an extended visit to friends in brothers Messrs Ben Woods of Dan- to my normal health." For sale by all dealers. ' ville and George Woods of this place. Harlan, Tenn. A WOMAN'S CHARMS ws i Hi I I I j j l Eleven BBi V ra Oar Loa ds ft O Mito g nSCLlUE o v..; L.i2.tt.rf Sp3SiiOg3G r ontinued For ' ' .. Ex-Go- ' i ore Davs BRYANTSVILLE, I I ' I Burnam & Kocker, I ' j j i PHONE 27. Vl-'- sgs&& Ex-Go- v. j :..!,:.,. first ' A 9 ger-0U- 'less SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 Ex-Go- v, $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE d, J OF MEXICO J. DENT, Secretary, ' w i ( kX-(jO- ac. nu' T ivt1-- uj riiir riinn Mtim, Mr Is I ttiw.v m a w iraaaK&B fesii ggg m ifass m fas 1- -2 EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build. ment Silos 14 and feet 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. up-Ian- d, er ' v PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. 1-- R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky The Central Record, Thursday July 23, 1914THE GREAT MM - Page 3 THE FARM BOYS ILTIMORE CONVENT! ON RECORDS HI (I?i lU IllBlGkib $1,000 I Pythias Stake Colt OF KENTUCKY Fill i ESTABLISH AM'S DECEIT International Harvester Manure Spreaders Stanford, Ky., August 19th, 20th and 21st, 1914. Saddle $500 Harness Futurity Stake Distinction and a Delight to Represent County at State Fair FUTURE "BONE AND lims He Voted For a Resolution Never Before National Convention Official Records Shotf That the Part of the Bryan Resolution Against Which Beckham Says He Voted Was Withdrawn Before Main Portion Was Offered For a Vote $100 -- SINEW" ( Destined to be the best County Fair in Central Kentucky. Third Annual Exhibition. Floral Hall. Poultry Show. Entries to the above Stakes close July 15. 1914 For further Information and Entry Blanks, Address Of a Great State Counting the Day's Between Now and the Encampment To Be Held on Fair Grounds Com- petitive Examinations. W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Kentucky. Secretary. mP This one. autos. is a VST7. Have You 1 Bought A New Car ? KEEP your now car in our garage. are low. Service is the liest. You can reit assured that we will take the very best care of your auto. We give lessons to beginners. We keep cars so that they are always ready to run. We take trouble off your shoulders. Garage is fireproof, finely equipped nnd open at all hours. we private garage, as well as a public .! tL late me yreaiesi. c&ie of private -. This saves you troubl e. rtL uhimi Conns Crarage, .Lancaster. Ky. umam gwiyjTCALwyjLWUL nmu Tvrn?tJ' Lancaster Home-comin- g &olored Fam AUGUST 6r Ys t 8 1Q14 H. HAKRIS, Pres. uurnrxrTnurrn svsKCMixaraaram JERKY DOTY, Sec'y. XtUiXOS 1TTHW IWJMt '.,p, &,-.y- QS3P93 J '3y3(''3X0',.'X8A0X.'"GlO3 -- : A ;3 JL e& v A Ua U W Vl&Vit WJ -w hi Lr iiuUl la 3 VbSN vt s E3ia SL ru iti tSSJDLSB Lexington why m not stop at a Garage where Ps I prompt and satisfactory S s services are rendered. When in .0. i hi ibiiiiyiiiiB f I - We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Ma chine Shop, vhich is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our vork is guaranteed and our prices are reasonable. gj l I The future "bone and sinew" of the state, the farm boys of Kentucky, are already counting the days between now and the encampment to be held at the Kentucky State Fair, September This annual encampment vies in the Beckham's "Confusion" at Baltimore Folestimation of the youngsters with even S?net-Ttfeatures that will interest you are these: Simple ant Disk Harrtwi the redletter epochs, Christmas and lowed By Deliberate Misstatements To Caltirators protected beater driving mechanism, all of steel; the Fourth of July, and all over the CENTRAL LINE load carried on rear axle, insuring traction; reversible Voters of Kentucky 03 aid Gas &xiaes state there are myriads of farm boys gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample OJ Tractors Mauve Spreaders uith hearts filled with eager hope that clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging Creaei Separators of beater while driving to the field; etc. the competitive examinations by which Farm Va;ens All styles are in the I H C rpreader line, high and Motor Trucks they are selected will win for them Tkreskers low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes the honor of being chosen as delegate Grain DiHIs for small and large farms. Our catalogues v. ill tell Feed Crude rs to represent their particular counts. you more. Write for them and let us tell yen also Knife Criaiers How did J. C. W. Beckham vote on State, declined to ask Ryan to step out, Application blanks for this compei Lt lequested Bryan to withdraw the where you may BdrTwiaa nunuro spreaders. tition are mailed out by and are to be the lamous Bryan resolution in the second pjrt of his resolution. Mr IJrjun L.occratic National Convention at .lid he would give New- - York an opporreturned to State Fair Secretary J. L tunity, yielded the floor to the opposition, Ifle?aaticsa! Harvester Company of America .. on June 27, 1312? .mil he would resene what time he lient by or before August 1. The onlj i 1 timore his question has been the cause of .ad left to conclude the debate The I itnic-ated- ) stipulations made in this contest are st me dispute between Mr. Beckham fui B I till was on for some time, and then Sir ixew uaany iSgi ina. that the hoy he engaged in actie fam j.uJ Mr. Stanley since the beginning lj.m concluded with the announi ement he would withdraw the w -. work, between the ages of 15 and 18 ct tne senatorial primary campaign. thatthe resolution, that part sci,nd pirt iivsvmp d w tilth years, and of good moral character Mr. Becknam claims that he cted "the withdrawal from the of any delegate or dclegatts boy who has been enrolled in a .'gainst the resolution at a time vhen j An or representing the .idovk- j college of agriculture is, of course, ae a as laboring under a ..usappreaen-'- x . 11 d Interests." And In his concluding to.... BdlU, as to its purport. Mr Stanley .L.ticilll ,1 v lit; r. . 1.1 The successful applicants vvi! j barred. now ithdraw the . :tt that no man could have mtsun-ot.icc- it olutliin. for I do the latter part of an oe selected not intend that examining comm: the purport of the leolu- - memufi of this convention shall shield tee from the State Board of Agriculon, and that it was impossible for In U'gatlve vote against the principal ture and of the faculty of the agricul hiding behind resolution Beckham or any other delegate to .! ' t uf thepart of it. IbyIntend that the ittri tural college. he convention to have had anj ctner i wh think the first part of this reo-- 1 . m is either wrong or unnecessary The boys, during their encampment a clear idea of the situation. I at the Tsir, are regarded as guests and .iiy number of letters have been re- - call." have a chance to say sj on roll AUlaiisDrink-- A wards of the management and every Resolution Again Read, ud at the Stanley headquarters, thing possible is done to make their . ..nig for information on this sub-"nte moie, to avoid any uncertainty. or Connecticut, asked that tne Ohniasis'Dnukvv hich is from i'i ii trip a memorable one, as well as oi vt, the latest of itj.olutio-be the where Mr. Beckham said in lijan wanted read in beforeshape Ji. It to go inestimable benefit to them from .an the TV .C ff James ordered educational viewpoint. They are ttken .i.. opoech on Monday that he voted ud, and Senator read b the secietaij-o- itf (qvevijBodijS it was ; .iIiisi the Bryan resolution before on tours through the Fair, where the the In It th the second part of it had been vvith- - sccictaiyconvention. first reading and left read the pai t enjoy lectures by authorities on vari- diaun. j or there. Thus it will be seen that the -- . ;-Jr--4 ous subjects of agricultural and mo . of Prior to this Mr. Beckham has i ''Knilunaresolution, consisting an two , ii-jiii-.- are taken on excurlirj mite oy of the first n.ntf. chanical science,claimed that he was away from the and a third readlnir .ir sions through the industries and sho convention durine the debate and Ot was given by the clerk. Three times the tullV tntiun heard the resolution lead Iho into trao nlinnt n J.o ml. on-., ,..,,,. tlm iilntfAm, . ... . nlaces of the city, and are furnished i; wwv w with every comfort and amusemrnt that he was confused anu misunuer-- , in a sneech delivered at nitz.ilthrnnn. Ky . on March 1G, 1'JH. when he anstood the situation. He has nevei possib'e. hini'-elas a for tha made the ridiculous statement nouncedtion for United candidate Senator, It will be optional with the farir ft itiS that he voted against the Brjan reso J!i CecVhnm said, In speaking of the bojs of this j ear's camp as to Air"' c v vrn . . ; lution before the second part was lirjan lesolutlon: s, r"-class they will enter in the tnP , The cold tacts of the1 tii-- i ' """ ,,ot ln was convention hill when withdrawn. itsmiiuu came lnirouiu'iii anil reau. and two handsome go'd case are that the second part was ! of 'jtciiCE have been donated by . a. withdrawn by Mr. Bryan himself be- and when disorder In a wild scene gnt t mil and existed. After I t -tiio Kentucky delegiti.m J was tald Burnett, of the Bourbon Stock Yards fore a vote of any sort was taken on t av - r-' tae lesoluliun dtmar Ud the vvlth- ' C flZ- , aA l prizes for the winners in both tne the resolution. V ." fiom the convent.un of Jr, - .., - .egat'- - I was opposid to suchcertain "fcT' dairv cattle and beef jrdcii g con Xobodj in that convention ever had suinvl irregular metlud of a chance to vote for tue second pan ii 'i tsts even thouga c'il s the opposite sidetnoe deles.u.s of (hat resolution, and the records oi 'I'll1 on frrm my ,jhi n tin i jls before the con ne In tn convention will show it to ii mie'st of the great c n.'u' n and v . o v. .sees to look at them. Now, i ' i pnll was taken am .ng (HNE HE t'i Ken, v. .i- -: . rkdid happen at the Ealtiri' c ntes. and, inrt cenvontion on the night of Jtinc 17, l t - the- - T' ct of the resolution to ci"! ml sates. . I votW against it. mi ,.1 v ')13' Shortly after the conve. ni led of that vote ci si ur.tf.r THE tii I rai-in- d c h eonjitions " for the evening &e io.. ..;. Lt?.a as everybody 'V iw. TSaJtimore n introduced his resolution, riere who " conversion. "tf-:- ; ;n- -' t'red the of the Brjan is the resolution in full: Su 'in ar c "Resolved, That in this erisU in cur ..'eratlon was the a. st r a'nn i" Lincoln Beachey Flies Up the whole . in our country 'i ntiio of asembled atecnvnf m ME' i Makes 2,000 Feet Y. .' J career-an- d 8 nvtntlcn i c' t th- Spiral: and Rsees Auto Jast Von h t',r thi convention sends feei-Irr- ; rd befor ii ti ,f a andldate for I' vC nr to the people of the United :na.ie Feet Above Earth. we,g or'iintnary l 'siness Jnd and assures them that the part', o tl :: .- - c- ui or me way. The mw Imi-r'aJeuerson and of Jackson is .ill the - irk cY the convention. he n n Rain or shine, wind or calm, Lin- champion of popular govtint . ui 'he rvann to bear the Iiemori n cs st..nd-nt-. oiri-ma- n coln Eeadiey, tlio In v national a" equal. i" beiore the law. As re c to d be accomplished cano-.'s- n p or. wonder, v. ho ha oai i.lehty to the pe"ctle, u- - h.i"yi Kireu 10 overnowing Th gl;l- - r re ant ne exei ., been enggod for cue day onl, Satur-1,- dec Tie curselyes opposed to i2 nju"-- ' delegate v?a In his seat September 19, to give tv.o exhi- illation ol any candidate- - tor FrtiGei:l. Where Va3 ."'7M"re Beckham T ad- bitions at i and 4:C0 at the twelfth an- Vtb . is the representative ot c lu.nrl mtr.'.tn- ih as .Mr- - ...n .. . a tkfta .1 Lilll? Ion ir HI IV i.. I t UV. 1. ll,l. II ?Icua nual Kentucky State Fair, will so old nation to, J. Pierwon iust be n nembered that tho .ite on rne uiyiin iesoiutln and through the entiro performance whirh Thi.mns V. Itvnn. Anmief andj?ullv 1,1 IasteJ for tn,cs.'K. the privilege-hum.!.;"VW ha& irade him an absolutel unique anj Rs!t'.re. even th h h wen ola; In I mile from trre convention ..'.i li cot Id l.gure iu tlieVorld of aviation. "I.c lt further resolved, Tht we de- imve talieii to Know tnent) minutes ati-e- r lleaehey seems to bo able to rirvan presented hi, mand the withdrawal from tl .3 con- ail about vhnt was going on Kveiy nevvs-- J. . here defy the elements fund vent on of any delegate or g. 'egat !e in Italtimore had an etra on the CC..-T.,other an men decline to ee:i tnhf a ccr-- i tutmg or t THE COCA-CCL.representint th V within fifteen minutes after the hi i ion w s tirst reael. chance, this intrepid aerial v.vnJer abov.' named interests." V.'h-c- -ft; ' Ii overv hotel, cigar store, theater, 5v. va; apparently seems to reel. in fact, Senator Ollie James, of Kentiick;. . drug store and saloon in the city you sza an Arrow think he claims that a calm day takes from was in the chair as permanent chai: men were grouped around the tele. cf Coca-Colhim all joy In a flight and where his man of the convention, anil upo.i the phones getting direct from the convention hall repoits on the terrific battle ..-3compatiiots loop the loop at a dis- leading of the resolution b. Mr. that was being waged over the resjlu-tlo- n Men thiee or four miles nvvnv from tance requiring field glasses, IJeachj Brvan asked if there were oo.cetion the hall were reading the text or to the adoption of makes his whirls ::0 Thomas J. Spellacy, athe resolution. lation, printed in gigantic tvpe the isodelegate from front page of the extras. The on the I!rj-aclose to earth that his face maj be Connecticut, objected. James V. Cole- men weie praising the Xebraskan for plainly seen. Ho flys as easily his boldness and courage In making a man, of California", sustained him. BriswjiuwnunsnirasK e-down stand to shake from the skirts of the as ho does right side up Mr. Brjan then said: to be and declares that he is taking more "Objection having been made to .MiHlidrte vet support. named the stain of Wall street The chances in his dare-devrace with a unanimous consent, I move to sus- men were accusing the Great Commoner Irving to wreck w!o. ri'sf m sneeding automobile than he does pend tl rules and pass the resolution of And where". was the party. Mr. Beckham during t1"'! ,'"? w . &r x high above the earth, for in this race at this time." all this time? Was he outside the city A. W. Gilchrist, of Florida, made limits of Baltimore, where he could not he flies so low that an upraised hand hear the tumult may almost reach him, and if any- the point of order that the State of cltv nor learn Its that rocked the entire cause? And vr.ii thing went wrong with his machinery Virginia had elected as ona of its del it tnat. when he finally entered the eon j J?j-jt- j egates to the convention a man named vention hall, he could not get elkir and fog reason why yoonjr oecple Kl it would mean a disastrous smash, m the Brvan resolution Thomas fH accurate Information on a situation that '','f I 9 flockfrorntliacountrytothecitics my delegate In that hall who had ears whereas if at a sufficient heighth he Ryan and that the convention had was not possessed , r. at least ten minutes is because farm life is so hard and hurls defiance at fate and expresses no right to go behind that election. before the roll callofon the resolution beMtj the hours of labor are so long. The himself as well able to take care of Senator James ruled that the conven- gan? JI'Jfa T Who Advised Him. tion could do anything it pleased unhimself. Whom did Mr. Beckham ask for guidder a suspension of the rules. Beachey started his flying career ance, for information to what was s Kmmett (J'Xeal, of Alabama, asked being voted on? What member of the as a pupil of Glenn Curtis and aston that the resolution be read again Mr Kentucky delegation was it who misled ished this celebrated birdman by Ilran himself reread the resolution amid Mr. Beckham? So far Mr. Beckham MM 'taking it on himself" to fly under the a profound silence throughout the con- has not named the man who told him - . -- JjrJSWS3fflHpWkSMIm! X AsjaitY3 vention hall, and then spoke on it that the convention was voting on the suspension bridge, spanning the most Among othei things he said: ccts oat the discgreeable work of carrrinir si V .. vifrSTv iWffl proposition to expel delegates. And why was Mr. Beckham absent feed from one barn to another and enables gp dangerous rapids of Niagara Falls Every Delegate Knew. from the session of the convention at while under Curtis's tutelage. A few "There is not a delegate in this con- which the nominations were to be maele' hoox than two persons can feed in an hour fJ who It was known that on that evening the weeks later Beachey entered the vention being does not know that an t is made Tight now to d without it. It rries the dairy bnr'-c- sa great Chicago meet and won interna- Democratic party into bondage sell the names of everyof man wbo aspired to be to the the nominee the party woulel be profitable all year round and fattens yonr Eiy piedatory interests of this nation It Is brought forward and that the balloting tional fame by breaking the world's t.ie most brazen, steers at lowest cost. It makes tha has ley J the most insolent, the begin. altitude record during a wind whicfc mot impudent attempt that has been would Beckham says he was "confused " more eggs and it conditions the horses and jj Mr. frightened other competitors from the made ln the history of American politics The ITniteel States Senate is a body in mules. It is the best pork producer on ths rp to dominate a convention, stifle the honwhich a man who becomes "confused" field. farm. The first Indiana Silo ever built ias est sentiment of a people and make the on a big question has no place. been ia vc formore tnan tea yarj C3J vri sc li fe e Beachey will give .State Fair visit nominee the of the men who Suppose, just suppose, that Mr. Beckthe people of this country." . ham should go to the Senate. And supors the full benefit of his repertoire exploit again: And t to Veep yoar tj ani zlrlst at bocc. gli pose an Important question were being If yoa "I need not tell you that J. I'ierpont voted on and the vote were close. And during his special one-dae win. cuua one to oracr an isv luli &iio iou ly. engageyour order nntl shin it 'Sie vrry iiv you V7SUC it. Belmont and Thomas F. y'7f ii ' Mr. Beckham should again be 5sSTVrv j iuy uients ttuj xzzjl. o: uiciusivcs. ment scheduled as climax to the Moyran. August of the men who are con- suppose from the scene at a crucial hour. iJjan are three absent greatest celebration in State Fair nected with the great Monev Trust of And suppose he should rush into the this country, who are as despotic in their Senate chamber when the Democrats W. P. KINCAID, Dis-Afj- t. rule of the business of the country and were voting "aye" and the Itepublicans m merciless ln their command of their were voting "no." And suppose the first man he met and asked how he should RAILROAD RATES TO STATE FAIR. sHves ns any man in the country." Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. Then toward the close of his speech he vote were Iteed Smoot, of Utah. 01 Boles Railroad rate of one fare plus 25 made proposition to the Virginia and Penrose, of Pennsylvania, and one of these should tell him to vote "no." And that If cents for round trip from all points in New lork delegations respective they would suppose mnkeCa pool of .their Beckham, ln his "confusion" delegates, Kentucky has been secured by the and u majority'of the, New York delega- should vote "no." Would a vote of that sort harm him Transportation Committee of the State tion did not ask for the withdrawal ot Belmont, and the Virginia or with the Fair. It is estimated that a quarter not ask for the withdrawal delegation did with Knotts.Wall street Interests Shackle-ford- s of it) an, he" the the Halys. or the would withdraw the second part of this any more than his vote against the of a million people will take advantage resolution. Bryan resolution at Baltimore harmed of this rate. Delegates .Hal Flood and John TV. him with the men or that stripe through Pi Ice, of Virginia, speaking for their oui ine counra-- i t ( Severe Attack of Colic Cared. 14-1Self-Confessed How Can He Now Explain His Vote For Ryan, Belmont and Wall Street? Tie IHC Line . CTEEL frame on steel wheels that GRAIN AND HAT is the lasting basis on which InterMACHINES BuoW. Reipers national manure spreaders are built. All Header. Mowers Rakes, Stackers parts, including box, beater, spreading Hiy Lea Jen Hay Presses mechanism, apron, are built by experts, CORN MACHINES using best materials, from careful designs Plutert, Pickers Binders, Caltirators based on field tests. Easilare Cotters SkeUers. Shredders Every detail is strong and durable, built TILLAGE for long life and easa of draft Among tho Per, READ THE OFFICIAL RECORD ii! sIHC tle-i- te . Ml -- -. w- -- m -- ma m .t J con-i"ti- jr J w, I d Dy-a- ti 1 1 - iCJn-vtnti- urtak llim-M.!- , i e' f s- , j'ulqH-contest- r-- - ':-...- 'i- -- mm m s MS ar.-o- und'-'stani'n- g 1105 t o- -e nt-"- cid;-Jb'.v- Locpc-the-Loo- 3 -- ne-ht a V $ and r -- ' loop-the-loo- i , Bce'-cham- - 11T3 and ydusc, ? f n I favci-seekin- t: lu-e- lk A i , r. Ss&L a. l ,'.' blood-curdlin- g upsid- anti-l!r).- in il '"KJn I Wmeep&eJwseml it jff ?.'! W0717$ T oameieum KL,J a-- MpiABf r mrmmmm ef-f- oi bond-slav- y ' c' y Schulz's Cut Flowers--. FLORAL DESIGNS $1$ vviiit irll-V. a L8TO -- Motor na 44 ft & 135-1- 38 South Limestone. Lexington, t0GCv0- .Kentucky. LMi!$g. &. M :.Y1)10 E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely Ul with colic At the first store he came to the merchant recommended Chambeilain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it cured him. No one should leave home on a journey without t bottle of his preparation. For sale bj v all dealers. l-- m C&. For Infants and Children. 3 Kind You Have Always Bought -- jasture of CLfi&7u&&A: f r Onlcklr rellBTfm TtfipnmihHMTn. lioTO minutes tlsar. f cue. JLt AllUruoBUts. Freo f43pla mad diedar ant'oa twoetu DOURBON utii.&BtiiVt jirauoum .ivuj.i.iii, moner bactxif falls to u. m Your lt any acha In any Tart ot'tbs tody inl ' re-l SorMn. All niicu till uiucia filing . 1VT5 nii-c,vjiiui- it; nr fit rl nn flA,iiii iiuwcia t '1 wFf -- 'f'ljFi' ' 342 East Mall St., REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky.j !J f . x iiuiiw r tu vx uuo-i- : ' All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent Page 4 The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday July 23 1914. MRS. HAMILTON RETURNS BAND TO PLAY. The Swain Show Co., which will exhibit at Lancaster one week beginning Monday, July 27th has offered to the friends of Gov. Beckham their Band to play just before and after the speaking of Gov. Beckham on the afternoon of July 27th which is Court day. This band is a good one and is said to be one of the best traveling with any tented exhibition this season. Come out and hear them play in front of the Court house about one oclock court day. That Mr. Stanley is constantly and ROM CHAUTAUQUA N. Y. consistently gaining ground, no one Entirely Cured Of Her Recent Illness. who has followed the proceedings for As sd many Central Kentucky people J. . ROBINSON. Editor. the past few weeks can deny, and in Mrs. Mary Hamilton has just returnare interested in Chautauqua this yeai. SHOWS REMARKABLE Manager. R.L. ELKIN. Business the face of the figures offered by the ed from Louisville where she went for perhaps some notes from here may be Enquirer, which are reliable and from of interest. I.ucnster, Ky. treatment for a virulent skin trouble Entered at the Tost Office in GAIN OVER BECKHAM an indisputable source, if he continues with which she has been effected for Second-ClasMull Matter. Chautauqua is indeed beautiful for sjme time. She was under the care of ACCORDING TO STATISTICS GATHERED to gain ground from now until the situation, It is in Southwestern New Kentucky Press Association Dr. Orendorff, and the many friends of Member election as he has in the past few York on the northwest shore of Lake By The Cincinnati Enquirer. aud weeks, he will surely come under the this most estimable lady will be de Chautauqua at an altitude of 1400 feet pole a winner. Eighth District Publishers League. lighted to know that she was entirely above sea level, and seven hundred The time is short, all we can do is to cured and is now enjoying better health Six months ago statistics gathered feet above Lake Erie which is only te"n pursue Gov. McCreary's tactics, "wait Lancaster, Ky., July 23; 1914. than she has enjoyed in years. . by the Cincinnati Enquirer showed miles distant. and see." On the waters of Lake Chautauqua Beckham to have an overBASE BALL. whelming lead over both Stanley and may be seen little row boats, sail boats, Rates For Political Announcements FORMER GARRARD On la3t Saturday afternoon on the SHOWMAN INJURED. McCreary in the race for the nomina- motor boats and steam boats. The boat For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 j formers grounds Paint Lick was tion fot the U. S. Senate. Sundays levee is well equipped. The bathing , Ralph Taylor, "Bluecloud" one . 10.00 COUNTY LADY defeated by Berea by a score of 11 'to .. or County Offices Enquirer contained a report from the of with performers bor state ana District unices.... 15.00 4, and White Station beat Point same identical territory, prepared by Near Death In Illinois. At Chautauqua is found the best .10 the Williams Stock Co., whose for Calls, per line Leavell on the Point Leavell grounds muscallonge fishing in the state. This the same man, Thomas W. Cromwell, tents were pitched .... , e o , . u- -: .10 Friends and relatives here have been I... For Cards, per line t :t. pii .o at the Ball Park last juic. is the largest of the pike family. The apprised of the serious illness of Miss iJciM ai ucica iical oaiuruay ttliu the Enqulrera Lexington correspondent, week, was seriously injured while asFor all publications in the interand conceded to be one of the best sisting in loading the show preparatory excellent fishing is due to the fact that expresKatie Jennings at the home of her Point Leavell will go to White Station est of individuals or the only place in the country where posted and most versatile political for their departure sion of individual views, per mother Mrs. Mary Jennings in Areola for a return game with that team. last Saturday night. Smoke and Soot. muscallonge is scientifically propogated writers in the country, which shows "Bluecloud" was knocked from the top .10 Ills. Miss Jennings who is a trained iine Soot, the principal trouble maker in Much interest is being manifested in 05 nurse, received a severe fall several the games bv the people in that sec Stanley to be but a meager 1000 votes of a wagon on which he was standing smoke, Is the product of Incomplete is on this lake at Bemus Point when Obituaries, per line years ago while in attendence upon a tion of the county, and it is said that behind Beckham, and gaining ground by a dangling electric light wire, and ' combustion, and is formed partly by millions of fish are placed in its waters every year. rapidly. received a serious fracture of one of the mechanical removal of ash by the The number of illiterates in Kentucky a patient, and her present illness is business is practically suspended on Weekly excursions are made from by To ascertain as accurately as possible his legs. He Miss Saturday afternoon and everyone goes is as- said to be the result of the fall. was taken to his boarding chimney draft and partly portionthe as shown by the recent census, ot here to Buffalo at the exceeding the true status of the various candidat- house, Mr Wesley Walker's, and medical decomposition of the volatile tounding as well as surprising, and a Jennings is a daughter of the late to the ball games. of 1.23 and to Niagara Falls for es in the state, the following cards assistance summoned, his injuries were the fuel which is formed by the proc-- ' and has many herculean effort is going to be made to George Jennings, were mailed to the sheriffs and editors attended to and he was made as com ess of destructive distillation. The- $1.50. The family reduce the percentage to a greatextent relative in this county. I character of soot varies with the disThe health of Chautauqua is a matin each of Kenutcky's 120 counties; fortable as possible, but he wll be com- - tance from the grate at which it has removed to Illinois about six jears ago. during the coming school year. ter of supreme importance, and is care"Will you, after conferring with sev- pelletl to remain in Lancaster until his been deposited, as well as the One erreat cause ot the vast number i fully looked after by the Board of Democrats in your eral will permit his rejoining the Perature of the furnace, amount of air. of illiterates in our state is the failure i (I APP APT) AMI) VlrllUYrllU HIW '"GOING AWAY FROM HOME county, and without regard to your troupe. The injured man is a graduate an.d mc,thod f rijf The acidsC"' Health. The drinking water is furnishof parents to observe the school laws, mortar, masonry, ed by artesian wells on the hills above own personal preferences, fill out the of the Carlisle Indian Schoollat Carlisle especially the truant law, and a stricter uvoodwork meta, work an(, buiIdin BOYLE COUNTY. the grounds. accompanying card and mail it to me Pa., and together with his wife, has material "enor-allTO GET THE NEWS." observance of this law is going to be In rnsmv European Chautauqua is a childrens paradise, not later than Saturday, Julv 18?" been with the Williams Co. for some cities it has been found that soot Every child of required in future. Colored Institute In Session. with its splendidly equipped piay time. statschool age in Garrard county.both black causes the rapid disintegration of The return post card called for an esThr following is taken from the The Colored Institute for Boyle and uary and public monuments. The dam- grounds; kindergarten, sand piles, day and white, is going to be in school durtimate of the total Democratic vote to Garrard counties is in session in Lan- Berea Citizen, and in view of the fact age done to inside decorations appears nursery, boy3 and girls clubs and chiW-ren- '3 be cast at the primary election, which ing the coming term, or the authorities STANFORD. choir. caster this week and 33 teachers are in that Lancaster has no ball team and is to be held two weeks from to bo no less iiuportaut than the effects ay, are going to know the reason why. has not had one this season, we feel unon the exterior of buildings. Smoke lhe formal tpening of the Summer disregard this attendence, 14 from Garrard and ID sure the Base Ball August 1and for the proParents who continue to Mrs. John Curry of Lexington is visis visible proof of imperfect combus- - I Schools w as held .Ink- - Jtii Editor of the Citizen T1 ...... ? from Boyle county. Prof. F. M. Weod, bable division of that vote to Governor iting Mrs. Will Matheny. law are going to be taken strictly to tion of fuel, and consequently evidence work provi(Ied for the C0)IJ Principal of the Paris colored schools is was grossly imposed upon by some tezmc is gotas-, and some stiff j unishment James a. McCreary, tormer liovernorl designing person Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen is able to be of waste and inclhclency. New lork or for the kmJergarten teacher, for the the instructor and is being ably American. J. C. W. Beckham and Congressman out after several days illness. ing to be handed out to those who are "The Berea baseball team played the cnuu wno nas never been to seiwoi or by Prof Burns, principal of the found guilty of it infringement. A. O. Stanley, the three candidates for local colored schools. for the housekeeper, for the literary Miss Maggie DeBorde is visiting rel-- 1 Prof, Wood Lancaster team at Point Leavell, GarTrue Hospitality, long-terA vaat amount of money is being exnomination formerly was in charge of the colored rard county, last Saturday. John Riley the Democratic atives and friends at Maywood. I pray you. O excellent wife, not to person or the adept with the embroidery pended in the state of Kentucky anUnited States Senator. for nna me w, P n ncu ntedle, for the itlieltically intlm-- d or Qf the Jones of the home team was the first Mrs. H. C. Wray and children of c"mUC'r nually to further the cause of education, schools at this place and is one At this writing returns have been redinner for this man or tin-- ! woman the religious, indeed every kind of ia best colored educators in Central man to the bat, and batted a three the per capita tax is larger this jear ceived from G3 counties, but in check- Danville are the guests of her mother. who has alighted at our state, nor a formation is to be had. Kentucky. Much interest is being bagger which put the Berea team in Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartlej is spending bedchamber made ready at too great ing the estimates agaui3t the popular than ever before, and there is not a The platform program is of muck manifested by our colored people in the the lead. All during the, game they child within the commonwealth but vote for President in 1912 and for Gov several weeks at Crab Orchard Springs. a tot. Tbci-- thiucs. if they arc cuInstitute, which clearly indicates that outclassed the Lancaster team in al- ernor in 1911, rious in. t!'iv mil git for a dollar at interest. The Chautauqua Players what should be given the advantage of it was found that four Mrs. J. S. Reid of Louisville is the have presented two plays. 'The Passthey are keeping abreast of the popular most every particular. The score was an education. And if af child falls of newspaper men had put down figures guest of her sister, Mrs. Sam Castello. any village Kut let t!iN stranger, if ing of the Third G to 4 in favor of Bert a. Floor Back," and ho will, in j our looks, in jo.ir .iceent movement for better education in so much in excess of the normal Demo this advantage, it is the fault of the Miss Blanche Van Deveer is at home and behavior, read your heart :uid ear- "You Never Can Tell". The vital topKentucky, parent. The tuition is without cost, cratic vote that their cards from Bell from Morgantown N. C. for the sum- nestness, your thought and will, which ic of "The Cost of Living" was disami, in cases where it is shown conBourbon, Grant and Martin counties mer. he cannot buy at any price in any vil cussed last week by men and women clusively that the parents are unable BETTER WORK WHEN were put aside and not considered. Miss Lottie Carson is the guest of lage or city, and which he may well long versed in social and economic to furnish books', they will be furnished. The reports from the other 59 coun her cousin, Miss Allie Yantis at Lan- travel fifty miles and dine sparely and problems. The leading speaker was bleep hard in order to behold. CerThus it leaves but the matter of cloth(one half the number in SUMMONED. r.JRRlRD COMITY MAW ties state)less than estimates at or be- caster. tainly, let the lo:ml be spread and let Prof. Scott Nearing of the Wharton the contain ing and food to be provided by the parMrs. J. S. Clark of Winchester was the bed be dressed for the traveler, but School of Finance, University of Penn. There were three convictions in Judge ents, and we do not believe there is a low the normal Democratic vote and the guest of Air. Has War Record Cleared. and Mrs. J. W. Clark let not the emphasis of hospitality He The Reading Hour was made interestfamily in Garrard county, black or Arnold's court last week for failure to they appear to bear out the claim of last week in theae things. Honor to the house ing by the gifted exponent Miss Maud work the county roads when summoned white, but that can provide these ne Stanley and his headquarters men and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and little where they are simple to the verge of Minor of Chicago, who presented a seriThe following press dispatch appearcessities for their children, and if there to do so, and fines were assessed in henchmen in various parts of the slate daughter of Hustonville ware here hardship, so that there the intellect is es of vital dramas, Two illustrated ed in the Lexington Leader of the 20th awake and reads the laws of the uniwe are confident if they will let it j each case- - JudKe Arnold is determined that during the pat 30 days the Second Saturday. lectures were given by J. W. Erwin of inst, and something similar has apverse. Kuiersou. be known, then these will be provided that the law in this regard shall be ob Congressman has been making District Mrs. C. R. McCormack and little son , San Francisco on the Sunny Southland served, and in every case where parties peared in nearly every daily paper heavy gains. for them. ' and the Great Southwest and of Hustonville are the guests of Mr. recently;- the Won-- ! Actors In Chins. The entire matter sifted to the bot- who refuse or fail to work the road They further produce the impression J. H. Woods. "Washington, July Music as si profession is not now re- ders and Glories of California: when summoned, he proposes to enforce tom, when a child is out of school, that the race is much closer than for Among the notable religious speakers Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shanks of Colum garded as wholly reputable, but ;t i places the entire responsibility upon the law. More attention is being given Harvey Helm, after eight years fight, mer Governor Beckham, General Percy at.-he.-. j of last week were Prof. Charles Kent bus Ga. are the guests of her mother, common to hear men siii-.nto the matter of county roads than has succeeded in having the War De- the parents, and that responsiblity is of theater songs sis they go along the Yale and Dr. PtMr Aina!I f !,i.. partment remove the charge of deser- - Haley, Assistant State Treasurer Bob Mrs. Lelia Cook. indeed a very grave one, much graver ever before, and every man who is i streets or country lanes, ami amateur tion against James A. Holman, of Paint Phillips and others of the Bardstown Miss Nettie Beaumont of Nicholas- - instruinentsilists are many both simong more. than you may think, as you will realize summoned will either perform the duty man's camp believe it to be and decidOn the Kentucky register we find the of him in this regard or else Lick, Garrard county, Ky., who after ville is the attractive guest of Miss the noor and the better educated if once the school authorities get you exacted edly closer than the writer's advice and find the strong arm of the law being being sent home sick from the front in iVn llctcnpil oiire .ilimisr. ell- - , names of Misses Ruble, Rich ami Jessie Lee Phillips. ln. .. ......... -- ....., in their clutches. ...uuku. canvass of three and six months ago '61, was marked a deserter. ennstcpner irom uarrard county, In future the teacher will report to i brought to bear upon him. The open air services that are held i tranced, to a boatman on the inner i fifty-thre- e years later the charge indicated. Just waters of the Chekiang province de- ' her district Chairman the names of all The returns likewise appear to make each Sunday evening in front of the claiming with clear, strong voice and was removed and Holman given a penchildren who are absent the Uustee' flUERTA SURRENDERS REINS courthouse by the different pastors of tune and rhythm for more than an Daily Thought sionable status. He has nothing on it certain that Governor McCreary will the town are largely attended. win in turn repuri to ine county aup- Every failure teaches a mas som' be a poor third in the race, as was hour at night a poem of short cantos which to live, and with his wife is leadOf Government In Mexico. erintendent, and thafcolficer will if upThe session of the Lincoln County in praise of Buddha. It is a thing, if he will learn. Dickens. indicated in the December canvass. ing a wandering life. on investigation, she finds the parents Dictator Huerta has surrendered the The totals for the 59 counties give Teachers Institute that was held her; common thing at Peking, the chief Helm is anxious to locate him, as are responsible for the delinquency, reins of Government in Mexico in favor home of actors, to see a man standing The Capable Woman. Holdman, in addition to being allowed Beckham 35,925, Stanley 34,515 and last week proved one of the most in- with his face against the city wall and the matter to the county Judge, of Foreign Secretary Carjabal, who has rejort McCreary 13,480. These figures came teresting and profitable institutes ever The capable woman will always a pension from now on. will draw sevyelling like one demented. He is an have a baby to nurse, who will impose a fine for the offense, become Provisional President of Mexfrom 40 Sheriffs and 19 editors. The held in this county, and tiw baby actor practicing his part and strength-- ; and in th event the child is not placed ico. Huerta took passage on the Ger- - eral thousand dollars back pay." Janxs counties reported by Sheriffs are BalBurglars visited the city Hustonville erilng his voice. Moule's "The Chinese ; will be her husband. Mr. Holman has long been a resident m school ana kept there, mllict such man steamer Dresden for Jamaica, he Stephens. in and around Paint Lick, and as stated lard, Graves and Lyon, in the First south of this city on Monday night and People." t punishment as will deter the parent was accompanied by Gen. Blanquet, Congressional District: Daviess, Hen- entered the Hustonville Mill and blew in the dispatch is a wandereV. He is from ever again disregarding the truant his Minister of War, their families and An Easy Solution. Hopkins, McLean and Union the safe and secured about 1 1 in cash ' in straightened circumstances and does derson, One Way. laws. "Going to school" does not mean many friends. It is said that Huerta "How doe the breakfast suit jou. Easygo (who has just borrowed $40 not remain long in one place, however, in the Second Congressional District; and some check. The Lair bloodhounds .TohiiV inquired the young bride anssending the child to school one day and completely depleted the Mexican g Much obliged, old man. I esa now-padoes not get far away from Paint Barren, Edmonson and Muhlenberg, in were put on the traij but did not do any him at home a week, it means I ury, not leaving a peso for the payment he off my tailcr and begin the year the Third Congressional District; Har- good. Lick, and has several relatives in that "It's just right, dearest." said her free of debt. going as regularly a? health and cir- - of the salaries of government officials, vicinity. During the year 1904 he lived din, Hart, Nelson and Washingtsn, in may be plebeian, but I'm husband. "It cumstances will permit. The fact that which are due this week. ISUI'AKTNVILLH Huerta is in Lancaster. No one awfully fond of calves' liver for break-- ' seems to know the fourth Congressional District, Caryou "need Johnnie at home" is no ex said to have taken several million roll, Gallatin and Trimble, in the sixth his exact whereabouts just at this time. Calls for Extreme Penalty. Miss Patty Belle Burke spent Wed- - fast." Kentucky needs Johnnie at school lars with him, his final destination Congressional District; Henry Oldham "So am I, dear." said the wife. "Oh. Among the offenses for which capital nesday lr. Lexington shopping. you need him at home, ing some point in Europe, probably Should any reader of the Record chance and Woodford, in worse than the seventh CongresJohn, don't you think it would pay us punisnment can be ordered in English to know of Mr. Holman's whereabouts, proposes to see that he is kept Paris. - , , and Mr. Carson Jennings, of III. has been to keep a calf? Then we could have, law today Is arson in a royal dockyard , -- . r, . they will confer a favor on him by ad- sional district: Casey Jessamine, MadiI...... I ana lien, Vjanaua arranin m "'":. is a warning, you may liver every morning for breakfast." or arsenal. son and Mercer, in the eighth Congres- visiting his aunt, Mrs. Sam Haselden. This not be-- 1 treating for peace in Mexico and it is vising him to communicate at once Mr. Hogan Ballard spent several days Ladies' Home Journal sional District; Boyd, Carter, Elliott, lieve or h?ed it, but if you do not, you highly probable that President Carjabal with Rep. Helm at Washington D. C. Fleming, Harrison, Lawrence, Mason, in Nicholasville on business this week. will suffer the consequences. Schools will within a week surrender the presi- in regard to the above matter. Montgomery and Wolfe, in the Ninth Mr. and Mrs. T T. Burdette attendbegin the first Monday in August. See dency to Gen. Carranza and that final Congressional District; Floyd, in the ed the funeral of Mr. Allan Cook, at it the children are properly prepar- peace will then be assured. that Ji tenth Congressional district, and Har- Burgin, Tuesday. ed, provided with what they need, and lan, Rockcastle, Russell, Wayne and Mr. C. M. Dean has purchased a start them in th lirst day and keen Whitley, in the eleventh Congressional handsome new FREE LECTURE AT them there every day thatitispossib e. "Overland" touring car District. which he is enjoying. Let us do away with this alarming state j ine returns irom editors included in of illiteracy in Kentucky. Every chiij SCHOOL AUDITORIUM.! Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess and "Master the count came from Calloway, in the i? entitled to an education, give him John T. Burgess have returned home Dr. James William Lowber, of Aus- First Congressional District; Simpson the benefit of the opportunities which TO CHURCH! and Warren in the third District, Larue after a visit to relatives in Ind. are justly his, without the intervention tin, Texas will lecture at the school ' Mrs. B. C. Rose entertained atdinner Marion and Ohio in the fourth District; Reports from nil over the country show that the GO TO Do not force the law to auditorium Sunday night, his subject of the law. GET IN AT THE DOOR". ' TO Clark and Powell in the Seventh Dis- last Wednesday in honor of Mrs. CITURCrl movement is exceeding all expectation?. Pittsmake i ou render to your children the being 'A Higher Social and Spiritual Life." Dr. Lowber does not come as a i trict; Breathitt, Elliott, Lewis, Morgan Samuel Rose, of Scranton, Pa burgh was one of the cities that made a record. Religions fervor duties which are theirs by right. stranger to Lancaster people, having ' The following article taken from the Nicholas and Rowan in the Ninth DisMrs. Frank Campbell and daughter there attained a high pitch when thousands of people who had been been minister at the Christian Church Lexington Leader gives an account of a trict; Magoffin in the tenth District Evelyn, of Louisuille, came Tuesday remis in their spiritual duties for years responded to the invitaJ. C. W. Beckham will snp.-il.- here at one time. He is a graduate of trip Wood Dunlay made to Crab Orchard and Clifton, Harlan, Monroe and Way- for a visit to Mrs. J. C. Williams. tion to make G.0 TO CHURCH SUNDAY a success. Practically at Lancaster at 1:30 p. m. July 27th. Butler and Kentucky Universities and Springs:- ne in the Eleventh District. Mr. Hugh Tomlir.son has returned to every church benefited by the innovation and some to such an exCourt day, in the interest of his candid.is also a Doctor of both Science and woou uumap toohc his family to The aggregate of the estimates is his home at Toledo, O. after a visit to tent that they were at a loss to care for the largo crowds assembled. acy for the Senate. Philosophy in the East. It has been rao urcnaru yesterday in his motor 83,920-- a hit high, possibly, when it is his mother, Mrs Henry Tomlinson. WHILE NO ATTEMPT WAS MADE TO TABULATE THE PER' said that Dr. Lowber h'as received more car but the trip, while made in three remembered that the talk of the leaders Miss Hattie Jones, of Denver, Col. CENTAGE OF INCREASED ATTENDANCE ON THE PART OF THE SENATOR CAMDEN REliterary and scientific honor3 than any hours, was not without its difficulties. has been that a light vote will be cast who has been visiting Mrs. R. I. ' preacher in EVANGELISTIC COMMITTEE WHICH ORIGINATED THE MOVEthe world. He is a Fellow Some workmen were repairing a bridge in the majority of the counties-o- f which Burton has gone to Richmond for a MENT, SUFFICIENT IS KNOWN TO SAY THAT IT EXCEEDED CEIVES ASSURANCE of the Royal Geographical and Royal over the Hanging Fork, in Lincoln Beckham is accorded approximately 43 visit. BY MANY FOLD AND GIVES WARRANT ALL EXPECTATIONS Astronomical Societies of London, and county and there Mr. Dunlap encounter- per cent. Stanley a little better than 41 FROM SECRETARY MCADOO THAT Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cheatham and FOR" THE BELIEF THAT AT LAST THE TIDE HAS TURNED IN i a fellow of the American Association ed an opening in the bridge eight feet per cent, and McCreary a trifle under children, of Nicholasville, returned for the Advancement of Science. He wiue. ne set nis inventive mind to 1G per cent. THE CHURCHES' FAVOR. TAKEN ALL IN ALL. IT WAS THE Funds Will Be Furnished for Moving home Sunday after a seyeral days visit is also a member of the Royal work and soon cross the structure on OCCASION FOR THE RECEPTION OF HUNDREDS WHO WERE Now, if the returns to come from the Crops. Societies and Authors Club of London. improvised tracks made out of eight-inc- h other Sheriffs and editors', which in- to relatives. TO CHURCH AND THE WELCOMING LIFELONG STRANGERS Mrs G. T. Baiiard, of Lancaster, Senator Johnson N. Camden has re- Dr. Lowber has been both a college timber found conveniently near. clude the larger counties of Jefferson, BACK INTO THE FOLD OF MANY WHO HAD STRAYED INTO ceived assurance from Secretary of the president an a university chancellor. On his return trip he tound matters Kenton, Fayette and Campbell, prove spent a few days last week with her OTHER PATHS. Mrs. Treasury McAdoo that Kentucky will He is the author of eight books, some worse still but 'finally overcame all to be in keeping with those herein con- sister, Mrs. Srm Haselden. Featured bv a special MESSAGE OF APPROVAL FROil of which have gained an international difficulties and was in Lexington by sidered, and if the estimators have a Haselden is doing very nicely since her be well taken carb of in the matter of PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON: to churches in the Allegheny providing funds for the moving rf reputation. He is 'an of nightfall. "Why didn't you ford the reasonably fair line on the probabilities recent operation. valley, Pennsylvania, GO TO CHURCH day was observed there. Kentucky crops. the Knight Templars, a thirty second stream and save yourself all of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Noe have rentin their respective counties, it would Advertising in newspapers, by posters, cards and personal calls "It is my purpose and desire," said , degree Mason and a noble of the Mystic trouble?" asked Milton Sanchez, that indicate surprises are in store for ed their residence to Mr. and Mrs. who was largely responsible for an unusually large turnout. The obMr, McAdoo, according to Senator , Shrine. He is also Past Chief Patriarch was listening to the story. "Maybe he several somebodies two weeks hence." Claude Pruitt and will leave soon to Camden, to "deposit servance was under the auspices of the Allegheny Valley 3Iinisterial Governments of the Odd Fellows and a past Chancel-fund- s, didn t have a Ford machine, " cautiously Gen. Haley and Gov. Beckham's oth- make their home in Ohio. Their many association. Each church member endeavored to take with him not only to move the crops, but lor of the Knights of Pythias. Dr. suggested The Leader man, and then er close friends, managers and advisers friends regret very much to see them five friends, who were urged to invite five more. The services were to help every kind of legitimate busi- - Lowber as a mark of affection for his the crowd adjourned." are maintaining their attitude of self leave. Possession will be given Aug. made attractive by special sermons and music. ness in every section of the country ( former home will give this lecture free Wood was raised in "these parts" confidence and their utterances contin- 1st. where I am convinced that assistance anu wunout collection, and everyone and is well acquainted with the geog- ue to be of the confident kind which Mr. R. I. Burton and children and Now that the GO TO CHURCH movement has been 'fairly I sh'all should make an effort to hear this' raphy and topography of the various they .have maintained from the lncipi-enc- y Miss Hallie Coy went to Richmond is necessary and desirable. launched throughout the country, don't let it lag. KEEP PLUGyour request and furnish distinguished man. The lecture will be' roads waich lead to Crab Orchard. He comply with of the race, while the friends of Sunday to see Mrs. Barton, who is at GING. jDhose who have returned to the church should not be spasKentucky its full quota." held Sunday night in the School evidently had a lot of time when he Gov. McCreary continue their "wait the Gibson Infirmary. Mrs. Burton is modic in their.attendance. BE CONSISTENT, BE STEADY. by the Secretary, if Auditorium at seven forty five and would take any road which would com- and see" attitude, which is coming . .This statement " to getting along nicely since her recent !. GO TO CHURCH every Sunday accepted literally, is of vast importance on'accountof the lecture, the . usual pel him to cross the Hanging Fork in be looked upon with indifference by the operation and hopes to be able to come I union service will be omitted.' to the people of Kentucky. going from Lexington to the Springs. wise ones, and which appears very home in a few days. a yeak. ' CONGRESSMAN STANLEY much like they were anxiously hoping for and waiting for something to "turn up." FROM LOUISVILLE s I ( the ,,, I ir-- Disraeli's Splurge With Canes. Speaking of walking sticks reminds us 'of young Disraeli. Writing from Gibraltar, and telling; his sister to inform their mother what a sensation his waistcoats and studs were making among the ollicers, he added: "I have also the fame of being the first who ever passed the straits with two canes, a morning and an evening cane. 1 change my cine on the gun tire and hope to carry them both on to Cairo. It Is wonderful the effect tliue magical wands produce. I owu to them even inore attention than to being the supposed author of what is it? I forget." The fault of many walking sticks is that they are too s.hort Walk with a stick that seems at first intended for a man taller than yourself and you acquire an upright carriage. A Brighton shop that I pass occasionally Is? selling any number of stfcks through pushing the testimony of a well known doctor as to the health advantages of long walking sticks. London NOTES low-rat- ', ANOTHER CASE OF j tern-injuri- well-poste- d I : j today-Saturd- I er m , i AFTER S3 YEARS ! g ,f I ( . j i i J treas-keepin- y i- - 1 dol-cus- e, j . I Don't Be Irregular Attending Church; Be a Consistent Performer; Go Every Sunday ' ROBIN HOOD'S I , GO Ex-Go- i -- n , ., .Mjiimu? ?awrt& K...1 'T-- '. ,?.- - gfrjj 'ih .,.. i'-- - T Vy-.--.-. The Central Record, Thursday July, 23 1914. V Page 5 I ) Mrs. C. H. Clark and little daughter dames Howard Rice of Richmond, Ind., Mary, have returned to their home in and James Staughton of Covington. I Y0IFI.I. FINI1 IT IN THIS CUMMIN i Lexington after spending several weeks Miss LaVerne Nevius is in Stanford y with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam I for a visit to relatives. Bourne. The King of England has called a Motorcycle for sale or trade forhor'f Miss Lida Raney is in Richmond H. S. Gay and wife left Saturday, conference of all parties to seek a soluj or cow. visiting Miss May James, r J. E. Neviin for Knoxville, Tenn., where they will tion of the Irish problem. A1 Brief Mention of (he Comings and Miss Ella Thompson of Danville is visit their children Horace and Grace David Barrow Jr., son of Dr. David Jack Frct and Red Riding lUu) will address the people of Garrard County at the Court Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. 8 here visiting Miss Hallie Brown. Loldwell, who are attending school at Barrow was drowned in I,ake Michigan will serve you for 5 cts. to ice creairi near Ludington while going for a sail House, July 22th, at 1:30 p. in. Come hear him on Miss Ora Prather is in Richmond that place. with a companion. His body has not Two House and lot for sale. Stanley. Miss Lucy Baldwin of Maysville who Mrs. S. N. Davis was in Louisville visiting her aun Mrs. Oscar Hendren. been recovered. J. E. Neviti'j. Mr. H. Lynn Hudson, of Atlanta has has been the guest of Mrs. George Come into our store and get a useful Souvenir Free. for a short stay last week. In Paris France this week the trial Mr. Carlton Smith Jr,, left Friday for Franklin O. All kinds of ComjrU! ami Cistern Miss May James of Richmond is the been a guest of his friend for a visit to friends before returning of Madame Calliaux is in progress. vork done. Elkin. C. P. Anderson, guest of Miss Stella Hendren. She is charged with killing Gaston to her home. Stanford. Hy has Mr. A. C. Pruitt of Lagrange Calmette, editor of the famous French Mrs. Mary Coley of Richmond has Reverend J. W. Beagle and Mr. J. newspaper, '"Figaro". been the recent guest of Miss Joan been visiting Mrs. Robert Gulley. Cinderella and Jack tlorner will havr F. Holtzclaw are conducting the MissMount Felix F. Anderson, formerly of Lex lots of good old fashioned pies at lli ionary campaign of the Baptist church Mrs. J. R. Mount is in Lagrange Misses Martha and Helen Gill are in having held meetings at Gunn's Chapel ington, and a prominent railroad man Court Day lunch IE 1L 3t visiting Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Allen. in St. Louis, was shot by a crank in Cincinnati for a visit to Miss Georgia and Freedom. Ma'.-Lost:-Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold of Rich- Strong. the office of Supt. McChesney of the n;ili. weight aLtidt Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon mond are guests of Mrs. Samuel Johnand St, Louis Terminals Co. He is 400 pounds, Please notify. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs has returned daughter of son Sr. Paint Lick, Miss Smyth of dangerously wounded. James Bands, Marcellu Ky from a pleasant visit to relatives in Berea and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lewis In an attempt by Canadian officials to Mrs. Stella Lapsley.of Harrodsburg Richmond. of this place were the guests of Mr. bust from their harbor a ship load of is here for a visit to Mrs. R. E. SALE, Miss Lillie Jones has been an at- Edd Seale on Sunday. Hindus who has been declared undesirtractive visitor at Hubble a few days Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Crouchorn who ables, the olfiiciais were repulsed and Pony Phtaton, hand made. Riibh- Mrs. Thomas Adams of Sharpsburg, last week. IS ON A.T reside on the Crab Orchard pike near several of their number wounded by Tire, good condition and stylo. is the guest of her mother Mrs. Nockie Mr. Carson Jennings of Illinois is town are welcoming a new arrival from missiles thrown from the Hindu vessel. Mr.. W B. Mason, Lancaster Ky McGrath. here visiting his cousin, Miss Annie Storkville, a 11 pound boy arrived SunMrs. Florence Conklin Carman was Miss Elizabeth Collier of Fork Tenn, Bell Ballard. day night. Mother and son doing well. indicted for voluntary manslaughter at is visiting her cousin Miss Katie FOS RENT. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson and son Freeport N. Y. and was admitted to Little Miss Sabra Catherine Walker, Simpson. bail in the sum of .10,000. Shu is of Stanford is the guest of Mr. and George are enjoying a visit with Mrs. House of 13 room, garden aur bat ii Mrs. McBrayer and daughter of Mrs. Ed. Walker. Lawson's uncle Mr. Walker in Greens-bur- charged with the killing of Mrs. Louise for rent until January 1st l'JH Shelbyville are here visiting Mrs. J. Ind. She will also visit friends Bailey, a patient of her husband in the J. W. Walker. Ky Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were guest No Fake about this Sale. the Real Thing. Rockwell Smith. in Danville, III., before returning home. latters office. on Monday and Tuesday at Crab Members of Congress have about We must sell the Goods. Don't fail to get Mrs. Luther Gibbs and daughter Miss Orchard Springs. Mrs. H. C. Dunn is in Shelbyville AUTO SERVICE TO Elizabeth motored to Lexington for Ky. where she underwent a slight op- abandoned the hope of early adjournour prices for they will surprise you. Mrs. Stella Lapsley of Harrodsburg ment and now expect the session to the day last Saturday. She is getting will be the guest for several days of eration this week. Discussion of CMB ORfllARIi. along nicely and expects to be able to last until December. Mr. Lewis Kincaid who holds alucra-tiv- e Miss Joan Mount. return home in the course of a week or Trust measures, argument over the position in Cincinnati, is with the Mr. J. rr. HaseldenS auto will care confirmation of two members to the Miss Virginia Beazley is at heme ten days. home folks lor a short visit. Reserve Board and much other busi- parties of seven or more to t,'ial from a week's visit with her aunt Mrs. U Orchard verj Friday and Saturd.T Mrs. Arthusa Currey is on a pro- Wm. Hays in Stanford, Mrs. W. H. Ward received a message ness is occupying their attention. night, for $1. IK) for the round trip tracted visit to lier daughter Mrs. Tuesday from her brother Mr. John Mr. Bascom Brown Misses Birdie Arnold of New 7 9 41 Fisher D. Gaines of Danville. York City, stating that 11 2L Walker and Bessie Prather motored to he would MOUNT THE CANNON. be in Lancaster Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Embry and baby Richmond and spent Sunday. John's many friends will be giad to The cannon which the late Senator and Mr. Enoch Guenan of Lexington SEE. Mr. Luther Gibbs leaves today for a welcome him back to old Kentucky. were recent visitors in Lancaster. Bradley caused to be sent to Lancaster I In ordtr to settk' up estate, will trip to Martinsville Ind. seeking relief Maj. Best of Millersburg is in Lan- as an ornament for the Park, lies in $1000. Misses Margaiet Arnold and Patsy from an attack of rheumatism. worth of land roles, wel S'cu caster, the guest of Joe West and other that enclosure, a grim remembrance of on Garrard county Kinnaird are enjoying a visit at the Auply ai properly Misses Viola and Jessie Beagle are of his pupils. Maj. Best is Commaed-an- t some bloody conflict. The committee s? Ej3 SSI fci& home of Miss Kellogg in Richmond, E C3S 383 E2 W W3 HhYhB i mt' thin office. at home after a protracted visit to relof the Millersburg Military Insti- appointed by the City Council to have Miss Alice Dale Durr of Nashville atives and fr.ends in Covington. tute, and had several Lancaster boys the cannon mounted, has not as yet at Tenn. is a guest at the home of Mr. NOTICE TO WATER Rice Terrill returned Monday from a under his charg during the recent tended to this duty, and the instrument and Mrs. J. G. Burnside at Point Leav-el- l. of war in its present condition would be Quincy Gray and school year. months visit to Mrs. wholly inefficient for the protection of CONSUMERS Towles Walker at Connersville Ind. Miss Annie Kincaid of Louisville is Mrs. Sallie A'. Wells and son Mr. visiting her sister Mrs. M. S. Burnside the city in case of an attack. All thoe indebted to tin- - tovn or Peter W. Wells have returned from a Miss Hope Gardner of Louisville ac at Point Leavell. Miss Kincaid is a water '."ill kindly coi,n forward ,i,il companied Miss Margaret Cook to Crab visit to relatives at Creston in Casev daughter of Mr. W. P. Kincaid of settle at once, a w are m nrretl o Orchard Springs for a weeks stay. MOTHER SHIPMAN'S county. Stanford, and has just completed two money to purchase the winter: suppli Miss Josephine Elder has returned to years of a three years nurses course Mrs. George Ballew of Madison at of coal. A great many arc u arre.m PROPHECY. for county was here for a visit of several Danville after spending a week with Norton Infirmary. wa'cr ami the Council has iinterttl her aunt Mrs. Ernma Higginbotham. days with her sister Miss Tommie me to take steps to collect tliM at cikc A Prophetic Dream, From the Middle Mr. and Mrs. George D. Robinson Miss Rella Arnold and aunt Mrs. and children, Judge and Mrs. Francis. The purchase of coal at this tune mean1 L. L. Ages. Hugh Hemphill left Thursday for a Walker and son and Misses Nancy a great saving to the city, and I there Mr. and Mrs. John Boner and little A WELCOME VISIT OR. week's stay at Crab Orchard Springs. Walker and Edna and Martha Kava-naug- h daughter Helen have been recent We are ir.debted to Mrs. E'sena fore most canu'itly retjiieMl Unit aH in where it is known, is a box of our compose a party of Lancaster Hollister, of Detroit, for the following, arrears settle at once. Miss Iona Dunn is in Lawrenceburg guests of Mrs. A. B. Oldham of Mt. sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or L. E. Ilerron, Sup' l where she will spend the remainder of people who are spending a few weeks which she had perserved in an old Sterling. other of our carbonated beverages. If S. at Crab Orchard Spings. scrap book. We are not advised as to Mrs. J. F. Kincaid of Cincinnati is the summer with her aunt Mrs. J. you have not yet tried any or all ot Cox. was published Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beazley are re- what paper the them you don't know what a fine treat the guest of her son George F. Kincaid Misses Mary and Lydia Elmore are joicing over the arrival of a son. Mrs. m: you have been missing. Don't keep on and her grand daughter Mrs. M. S. Emerson has said that "all truths at home after an enjoyable outing in Beazley is at the home of her parents, y and Burnside. missing it. Order a box New York City and other interesting Mr. and Mrs, W. T. King, and Miss are in the air, and they who are the commence enjoiir.g youreeif. Mrs. B. C. Rose entertained at a 12 places. tfDGNTX Louise Terry of Richmond is in attend- most sensitive to them catch them A SWAT J! o'clock course dinner for her attractive Little Miss Luciie Davis, of Paint ance upon her. Both Mrs. Beazley and first." And this medium of other sister-in-laMrs. Samuel Rose of days was so to these pro Lick nas returned home after a visit to thj youngster are doing nicely. Scranton, Penn. phetic truths that she caught thsni hei grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Geo. Phone 202. Probably the youngest traders- - in and uttered them, and the ages have Messrs Frank and Cronley Broaddus Ballard. this entire section are Masters William proven them. r0C rv;. have gone to Huntington, West VirOllie Dunn, who recently enlisted in and Lorraine Daniels, little sons of Mrs The following prophecy, known as ginia to see their sister Mrs Robert 'Mm :i. gnTj i"gwT QjmVL&T1Si!3r?bJS7'K2Lj5mI the U. S. Army, is home on a furlough Emma Daniels of the South Garrard "Mothers Shipman's Prophecy," was Tlr Stone who is ill. for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. district; these young stockmen lately first published in 1498 and republished P B. F. HUDSON, President. I. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and Jesse Dunn. sold 11 head of hogs aveyaging ITS lbs. in 1G41. It will be noticed that all the B W. O. P.:gney. Ass'tCash'r. daughter Miss Lettie May were guests Joe J. Walkek, Jr., Mr. Robert Brewer of Chelsea, to Lawson and Brown at $8 per hun- event predicted in it, except that 'v of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McRoberts of 5 W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. mentioned in the last two lines, which Oklahoma has joined his wife and dred. Stanford Sunday. is in the future, have already come to children here for a visit to Mr. and Miss Moffett who has been in China ORGANIZED 1SS3. P pass: Miss Belle Smith has returned to her Mrs. Joel Walker. 8 years as a missionary is expected for home at Point Leavell after an extendMOTHER SHIPMAN'S PROPHECY. Misses Minerva, Sallie, Jennie and this week for a visit to Mrs. W. S. Carriages without horse3 shall go, ed visit to friends in Corbin and other Nellie Cox were members recently of a Walker. Miss MofTett's father. Dr. A. 6 And accidents fill the world with woe points in eastern Kentucky. house party at the home of Mrs. Silas S. Moffett was pastor of the PresbyAround the world thoughts shall fly, OF LANCASTER. KY. Misses Patsy Kinnaird and Margaret Messer at Moreland. terian church in Paint Lick for a In tne twinkling of an eye. Arnold were honorees at a dance given number of years, and his daughter will Howard Jenkris, who has been in Water shall yet more wonders do; by Miss Marie Louise Kellog in Richbe welcomed to Garrard by many fj How strange, yet shall be true! Illinois for some time, will return Sun mond at the Masonic Temple. day for a visit to his parents, Mr. and friends. Tne world upside down shall be This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury left Sun Mrs. Parker Jenkins. J. C. W. Beckham will And gold be found at root of tree. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all day for a visit to her- - daughters Mes- speak at Lancaster at 1:30 P. M. July Through hill men shall ride. Si 3 Mrs. Kelley Francis of Middlesboro 27th, Court day, in the interest of his things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. And no horse or ass be at their side iu S. .i-- .i and Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford candidacy for the Senate. Under water men sh..ll wal:,, visiting Mr. A. C. Denny and are Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk, daughter Mrs. Mattie Duncan. In the air men shall be seen Let u- - ExpliiM. In white, in black, in green. Mrs. Albert Rice, of Atlanta Ga., is it Costs You Noliiiiu, Iron in the watar shall float here the guest of her brothers and We Save You Mon: SPRINGS. As easy as a wooden boat. sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hatcher and CRAB ORCHARD Gold shall be found and found, Mr. and Mrs. George Hatcher. By V w. Crvil.'zJ -& In a land that ic not now known Old Garrard always to the fore for Mrs. J. M. Mahar. and attractive AtiD Fire and water shall wonders do, Cheaps'de and Short Si ' daughters Misses Nina and Marcia of her share of the good things of life, England shall at last admit a Jew. LEXINGTON, KKMTi'f'K Williamsburg are visiting at the home is largely in evidence at this old and And thi world unto an end shall come fulovely resort. The fun is fa3t and of Mr. J. Q. Mahan at Hyattsville. pr.;&'i "J In eighteen hundred and eighty-onrious, what with good table fare, God Rev. J. Marion ferryman, pastor of blessed weather, a capable orchestra The Best Line Ever Brought To Paint Lick. the Methodist church at Columbia Ky. for the tangoists. and bridge and moEcst Diarrhoea Remedy. t conducted the Union Services at the- - toring for those more gravely inclined, Graded School Building Sunday even- - the days pass all too swiftly for these, If you have ever used Chambetlain's A fl Remedy S SF3 ing. some three hundred guests, to whom Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea m 'i i Miss Georgia Dunn is at home from the capable bonifaces, Mr. and Mrs. you know that it is a success. Sam F. j H a visit to Lexington, 'Frankfort and Willis always pledge themselves to try Guin, Whatley. Ala., writes, "I hadj U hi tJ 4v jl via fe-i, Uiendale where she was in the interest to give of their best to the stranger measles and got caught out iu the rain, j EE31 and it settled in my" stomach and j i FAINT LICK, KENTUCLY. of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor under their eaves. iT That they succeed t! bowels. I had an awful time, and hail g Union. is proved more and more as the years it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, ,S MUSS 1'lULit iu, oiijiku ui iiaiuuuatuiu go on. Kemeuy I could IITM."! . Among the Lancasterians autograph- Cholera and Diarrhoea 9iiuli Vj' and Mrs. H. F. Kincaid and children of not possibly have, lived but a few hours Dewitt Ky are visiting their parents ed here for the week end 'are; Misses longer, 3 but thanks to this remedy, I am PEONS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith at Point Nancy Wvlker, Martha Kavanaugh, now strong and well" For sale by ail Edna Kavanaugh, Margaret Cook, MinLeavell. dealers. id, nie Mae Robinson, Messrs J. L. Gill, T. C. Elkin, J. C. Robinson, J. S. EXPERT MECHANIC IN CHAKCK Daniel Elkin, R. Aldridge, W. Hopper, E. H. Rose. It. E. Henry, G. E. Palmer, Robt Tomlinson, Alex RobComplete Line of Tire. inson, E. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ao Supplies and all Kinds ol Walker and son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. si Yes W. R. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. IDfQll Automobile Accessories IB your order and he Robinson. Ml RY ....... v, MARRr-- -- . HROW nf RRYANTSVIIXE. , Ky. MRS . - .r- pj HONJ.C.W.BECKHAM Gossip About People NNV? General News. C J J. H. Mount, Son & Co. iz 3l M i Brown's Store. It's g, . Ask About the $350. Free Piano nc S. BROWN. iz & he m A Nice New Line Just Received. McKoberis Drug Store. nt to-da- Lancaster tling CO. Book-Keepe- Bot- w sens-itiv- s. t WTU -- r. We Citizens National Bank Capita! $50,000. j Conn Brothers. Surplus $40,000. Ex-Go- v. I SPerCent mm ibg aw $1,000 3200,000 DEEBING HOWIES HAY RAKES. ij I 'Wm e. Treadway, Denny IsSss? I 'SUMtaatJJjAr (hfr&xL&'&i&z&!u$ BJM mmu ' j ' A&soIuteSy mimjMMMSflim i Good Work a: $ i m Prompt Scrvrcg Has-elde- n. BsSSKasassagsrassraasssasssBsrGsasBKassaB I favorite Recipes ;Qf j(nowix yyomen. km e $sB3i ? will furnish you The .VERY BEST COAL aSBBEaSSSESEEBS5BSEEBESS6SBSS3SESea BLACK CARE. Everything for Ycur FORD Cured of Indigestion. ' . I I At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Co. ii. i eggs, 2 pound flour .. 2 pouncl white sugar, 1 pound butter 2 pound raisenS, 2 pound currants 2 pound figs, 1 pound dates 1 1 pound almonds, 1 pound English walnut 2 pound citron, J cracked orange peeling J cracked lemon peeling, J pint brandy, J pint sorgum mollasses, 1 tablespoon full soda, 1 teaspoon full of each spices cloves cinnamon, 2 whole nutmeg grated, 1 cake sweet chocolate l 1 pint blackberry jam, 1 glass quince- jelly, 18 whole - Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson. Indiana. Pa., "My was bothered with indigeetion. stomach pained me night and day," she writes. "I would feel bloated and have headache and belching after eating. I also suffered from constitution. My daughter had used .Chamberlain's Tablets and they did her so much good that she gave me a few doses of them and insisted upon my trying them. They helped me as nothing else has done." For sale by all dealers. yds ' Hie Wera's il !!0 F4 Prestolite Service, MUcMl & SaacMfol Phone KY. Old Arnold Garage. Second Street. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS DANVILLE, 12. I Vt V-J Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday July 23, 1914. GENERAL BENNETT H. YOUNG erward one of his counsel in the contest before the Legislature. He was the last one of his lawyers to confer with him and had arranged a line of argument to be presented on the following day, a few minutes before Goebel was shot down in the grounds ot the oopitol. After the stricken Governor was carried to the Capital Hotel, at his request General Young went out upon the balcony of the hotel and urged the people in Frankfort to do no act ot violence, but to live within the law. rlC BLUE 1BL Z3EL- - DE SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. GASTORIA Por Infants and Children. ANNOUNCES ISS PLATFORM GRfm Incorpoiatcd. FftlR. rai The Kind You Have Always Bought 'AtCOHOL Aege(ati!cPrcpara(lonrorAs sirattatmJUtcrcorfnnirR(t)!th JinM,C.-..in a c o wocims aiuuiotls ot Distinguished Candidate For the Short Term n Senatorship Gives Reasons For Asks For Recognition ' Nomi-inatio- LEXINGTON, KY. IPEiim... . Bears the Signature Ay Promo tesDigcstfonflieerfii-ncs- s andRestContalnsneiter A$ OiumIorpWiie Not Narcotic. " MleSs-jbtne- norWiocral iLLxjva ITovt. ApjrfecJ Remedy for Consfiffr t Job . Sour StomacIi.Diarrtaa Warro.Comulsior.s,FcYeris!r (p JL w ln use niSsaniLoSSOrStEEP. & Wi EgcS. Ti. NEW YORK. Guarantied unriert'.eloodau ifiirfy Trots AAA ipfe? lWWI i;j XCSLSW) J Kvaci Cod ' p- rjsyssrzr: ?ktfSI?SaHlga83Mljaaiiusgg3 THCCChTAUR COMPANY new york city At that time it was feared that the Federal Government would interfere, and w hen it was certain that Governor Goebel could not live, General Young was urged to come at once to Frankfort, and arrived there from Louisville about the time Goebel died. General Young wrote the oath that Governor Beckham took upon assuming the place made vacant by the death of Governor Goebel, and at once became his advisor and counsel. When it was necessary to advise with counsel of W. S. Taylor, who were then in the Capitol Building, with John K. Hendricks, of Paducah, General Young was appointed by the rest of Governor Goebel's counsel to confer with Mr. Taylor's lawjers and took such steps as would prevent conflict. Upon entering the State House he was confronted by soldiers who had their bajonetted guns across the entrance. Being refused admission, they defied thpse soldiers and entered the State House, and, after a conference with Governor Bradley and associates, such arrangements were made as prevented bloodshed between the contending fac tions In connection with Hon. J. C S Blackburn, Phil B Thompson and Judge Thomas Paynter, he remained 'n Frankfort to look after the interests of Governor Beckham Manj friends j'qed him to leave the capital, but he s'mply decided that duty called him there and he remained until the end. Governor Beckham, in introducing lum to an audience on an occasion i when General Young was making a upon the anniversary of Govj tpeech ernor Goebel's death, said that General Young had been his wisest and truest advisor and his best counsel in those AUGUST 3rd to 8th, 1914. $20,000 In Premiums. Herbert A Kline Shows. 25 Special Cars. 3Q0 People. Thaviu's Band and Concert Go. h Class Artists 45. 45-Hig- l Grand Opera Singers. Rag Time Singers. Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Running Races Daily. Biggest and Best Fair in the Middle West. Lexington is the Capital of the Horse World. All the Champions will be here. For entry blanks or information, address. j JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON,KY SCZZ3E HLUJWl HI Z3HSZZ 1BC 1Z swags We Write Anv Kind of JFfc. 3 4 I 13 && Office at National Bank. J. A. 8EAZLEY & CO, Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. 'if-'i' 3 Kv Phone 27. -- Yerkes. When the contest occurred between JUL "TT3 n .1 A-- r. ff .3 Governor Beckham, and John W. Yerkes, General Young was asked by mjf r.xi ?. 'WtMsygpsGr-Kt'PT- S the State Committee to make one of the opening speeches of the campaign GENERAL BENNETT H. YOUN at 31 1. Sterling, Kj. The committee published 100,000 copies of this speech A tor distribution, and it was not only It?. s.j-1L.largelv circulated, but published either y PLATFORM AND ANNOUNCEMENT in whole or in part in everj Demomoney you ov e and cratic paper in the state, and it was Iiow much more res- To the Democratic Voters o KentucKy. agreed at that time that this speech s Avenue, & i. & I"4: I for the ai a csndiiate on the Derrocratic ticket in the primarylast only I had a very large inluence m aidin? Jy onr creditors re- V- ItSZ!! Short Term in the United States Senate. This service will Governor Beckham's election rtnsiy days. rd you They like to do : ! is-- . In introducing General Young soire ,r s.i i i I fesk ' have ssrved it with unfai!! the votes of my p. i ty bscuae time afiTHanl to Hon Ui'liam Jci. MtiE$m3i cam- Icyalty for more than forty y.ars. in every c.t, state and national busies? with a man who 'tings Brvan, Senator Blackburn said J wm -- ps!;n Eiiico 1872, .ithout co.. jrin-- .t on, or even the payment cf traveling , - lias an account at- - the 'I ai-idI have that this lit. Sterling speech at the .expenses, and 50112 when -- nd v hire the psrtv authorities 1 of this campaign v a?, ln hU Mrts-- 3 j.- ; tfe.enaea Democratic princtplis and advocated ihs election of ix: -- .andj openirg 4 iig & Tnsi Co. f srd bfcrerE. judgment, the most effective campaign Graari 1 In the contest between, Beckham ard John W. Yerkes, at j j sprt.fl ever made in Kentucky. f.'.t. Sterling. I assisted in ops-i- re They kmw he m .1 in? burners in a besioess 1pke Why. Better catnpE,;n. Ons hundred '.ho:and Long Service for the Democratic .p es of my speech v,ere oi;jribuid cmoncst the people. !n the ccntsst onen such an a int even if jour affairs are not large. Tbvv Party. v tc. eei JtJge Hajsr s d V. rcn I ren.ered all possible aid to the Damo- wii jjrow all r.ht. bratic stan&ard bearers. t In every contest Geieral Young I as one o Governor Goebs.'s course! in his contest before the always borne an earnest and ac-& . Election Commission, and also before the Legislature. became Governor ! ' has part -tive and has probably made mors f4a 'Heeknam's adviser v.hcn he took the office, anr1 lie declared no man cvei .find tetter counsel. At h c rsques. I induced General Jchn 2. Cactiiman .i be.orr.e Adjutant General,n and Cencrai C.st :m:n's services did rr.j;h ."who has never held office. Beginning wKh the period when he heloeI cioosnua in ientucKy. vien me jko Sdi'e civil var anc I Jane "tars of t.e Lcgis ature, after v the assssinr.'on cf Wm. Goe;iI, were vas for Governor JlcCieair. whea he j d their iri'CT fron Franl-forfrr pay were refused, ir oruzr was candidate for Goverror the first , . A , them together uni ,. y co i'd retu-- n to iie capital I a c tyed, 10 rV time, in 1S7S, down to the precent m isiL-- t my own bank, .0 ava-:- e tne nay ef all who needed or desired it throih : have t.rae. his labor and u.s moa time as war.a'.s coutd be secures. Hits amounted to many i'ntii such cf dollars. jfe I lK M' S &. been at -- the, command cf the part. .) tht jsar.es Ycta and he has never hesitated In his .in n. was a member, cf the Constltut.onal Convention and stood for the j r.hts of the people in e.ery cortcst ""r i to .ie pri clples and organization" that body. As Chai'T.sn of the C;m.ritee on Municoali'.. fathered the enactment that limit? ail c rants to cf the 'mccr'tac partj. of franchises to 20 jears and required their sale for the bener.t of the Genersj YcunT Is an Earnesf-Sup-pcrte- r home. his has already put public and not for pol tisa! favoiiteo o crs.cers. cf President Voodrcvv VI'san. hurdreds cf thousands of do'.a.--s .n tho city ?..j county treasury, and wil! v of mean to hzr. e an Gere" il Young is an earnest sup- 3 was the principal vvhen old grants exnired. aJc rsny porter of PresidentYv'ocdrow W'lson, d scnmination and ihaacqui-cready year pressure advocate cf the clauses prevent rg railway c w ! and beneves that all lovil Democrats on of competing lires by railroads. The va'ue of these provisions can of a faucet. iust v1:erc needed should rail to his support in upholdnet be est'mated in money. ing hiifl in his w ise and humane pqlicy. This is my first srd it vil! be iry only request for office, and after r forty years of labor and sjrvice to my party I ask the honor YOUR VACATICM IK !EE MOUNTAINS This is the first and onlj office that in the United States Senate t!i state of Kentucky, for which my foreGeneral Young has ever asked at the men, thj state in v.lnch I was born, I have lived, fathers fought the red ASkiQ'' C3JL1 & 3. tS1 hands of the Democrats of Kentucky, WE3ISS."- - KOSTiE CAROLIM A IT. and always served as best I could. I pray Kentucky may always be right, and great numbers of voters have said I shall always be for Kentucky, right or wrong. but that in view of his long service to the BENNETT H. YOUNG. t L party, his intellectual attainments and general fitness for this high office, tho Democrats of Kentucky could send no in respects give service equal to ROUND .1 4 Tl'trtj Tpoosana Ssczre LouisIlle, Ky. (Special.) In re- to the Constitution of 1SD0 franchises better man to the United States - j ra T.iia i & city railwas and other public util Senate. system is sponse to Uie expressed wishes for city service. A superior 1 Ms 1M "U4 I v nI .I o many hundred voters throughout ities were farmed out to those favor greatest io t3Us?gfi the state, General Bennett H Young ites who might be able to secure them family by installwife for UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSED made public the platform upon by use of influence or in other wajs ?3 which he rests his candidacy for the much less reputable. Under this Con a OTHKR ROUND TRIiJ FARES Short Term in the United States Sen- stitution all such franchises must be General Young's Home County Wants ate, to cover the ninety dajs, running sold to the highest bidder. Had this, C ....$ 925 Waynesville.N Hot Sprats. N C. $325 Him. outfits for any size from No ember 15th, 1914, to Marcn plan been adopted fifty years before it . 8.-Brevard, N C. rateSprtnjJ. Ten. ....9.25 " would have been worth $100,000,000 to suburban farm assist 1st, 1915. General Young has for more I The following resolutions were unanLake Taxaway. N C ...10 00 years been identified the people of Kentucky. Under the fier.dersonville.KC- - 825 than forty-twall details of b--lf vou imously adopted at the speaking ot 'rc! " s old :i July 15 -- ntl August 11' good returmn 15 days from CO with the Democratic party In Ken- present Constitution they must be sold I today for copy nil tucky. Returning after the war, in at public outcry and can last only General Bennett H. Young at his tldte of sale. ing address for the Short Term of the . 1868, and settling in Louisille, Ky., twenty jears. GM iio i'Ho! r . fe in this exquisite "Ld.iJ of the Skv" is ideal. Diver- United States Senate after his speech ftY he took up the practice of law, where Hi He was also largely instrumental in at Nicholasville, July 4th, 1914: ridiiip, driving, canoe- M he quickly took front rank among the sin. .ofeverj kind including Kolf, "The Democrats of Jessamine Coun ma dancing Avrajje attitude 25,000 feet above noTo-- rj. i I foremost members of the bar. From securing the provision in the ConstiK lcKn ty, with tiie sea that day to tne present time ne nas tution which prevents a railroad from commend great satisfaction and pride, to the people of Kentucky been a consistent, earnest worker for securing control of competing lines. General BenDemocratic success, and never failed This has been shown to be a most val- their I . I : till i, to help in any campaign by contribu- uable provision, notable so in the suit nett H. Young, for the position of Unij PREMIER CARRIER TO THE SOUTH by which the state prevented the pur- ted States Senator for the Short Term. V. tion or speeches. Utindry literature, Pullman reservations, etc .call or ' t; Outfits fumTsh"cl chase of what is known as the Illinois Born in our midst, we have watched Service In Constitutional Convention. Central Railroad by the Louisville & his career for many years with gen fh for operation hy TODD. D. P. A., 457 So. Fourth St. (Starks or write B-- H. j. j ensine.TMndmi.I, Teleji'ioue Main 1937, City l'Js- liuildiPRi elettnc motor or His first public service, and the only Nashville, and so secured competition eral interest Jessamine County feels y by hand. held, for all of Southwestern Kentucky. In honored to be able to offer to the peoIvv. w elective office that he has ever njjujjgmrj wM!f3smwjMj' jjli-U- j was as a member ot the Constitutional money it is almost impossible to value ple of Kentucky one so splendidly qual- ified to fill the high place to which he the benefit of this provision. Convention In 1890. aspires. A Democrat of Democrats, As Chairman of the Municipal ComAdvisor of Goebel. , ever loyal to the party, we are assured mittee he was largely instrumental in framing the Constitution which has There has never been a canvass of that he will meet every expectation of native B l done so much to protect the people of any importance in the State of Ken- all the people of hiseloquent state. "His forceful and advocacy Constitutional tucky for the last forty years In which Kentucky. After the of the principles ot Democracy for the Convention he became one of the lead General Young has not taken part, ' pajing his own expenses and giv- past forty years should endear him to ers in explaining and advocating the '' ' : II 'iV' P -.';. adoption ot the new Constitution by ing his time without compensation. every voter in Kentucky, and his use OF 5.ANCA5TER. KentucKy, who respond speaking and organizing. In the dark fulness as a citizen in developing the the people of ed with an unprecedented majority in days of 1899 and 1900 he became one state ought to win for him a great vic At the of the counsel of William Goebel in his tory In the August primary." fa"ior of the new instrument. SurpSuH SSOOOO. Cap'ta! $5Q,0QC. time It was viciously attacked, espe- contest for the office of Governor be-- 1 dr. J. a.van AK3UAJ..K, una.raiaa JOHN H. VELSCH, Srcrstarj cially by the corporations. Previous fore the" Election Commission and aft f A P JN'.IY. Presidptu 'Hi- -. i rryrij.s J. E. B10RME3. Vice Pres't. a S. C. DENNY, Cashier. 4 lU&'iflW J. L Gll.J..Hok-Koepo- r. Cashier P - MP KY, 't rr- - spOTEasBassKSSSSBiSEJ ! dajs wT'jtt' .j!; k j'Tjr: nsiSvZBe I In the Contest Between Beckham and ?- It rJ 1 "" r-- n E- - -- -f vf ail TOi f&Q Check VvASHMGTO5 & rtvaiua lc 1 , 'ri?,v n I - j- -. te j aya2?vr1 i &; Bm The Garrard Bank Trust Company i-.- r. w.oe-c-rea- T' "estrz. t -- -- irrt i1- -. I II II -- - i BalBieswLand Of he Skies ftp -- 1 ty 1 n -f- p"9 I' 4. Where Want it City convenience brotiit right your country Think what it juld abundance the round, water under the turn at S1 W $?,& WATER n'Y w P3 neismatic Watei Systems and , ft i to-d- a -- I o I many the to water comfort in the rural home. Lighten your ahd the work plant. ing We build home and or g in working out installation. Write ot Catalog No. -- SOUTHERN RAILWAY fellow-countrjma- 1 rxi j I -- Jt ( Haseldsn Bros.' Lnncasier. '3lf I THE NATIONAL BANK' al-w- -- ml IPS W -- . 33?-!Ef- 4 ' A-8- SUBSCRIBE FOR Victor Etaffaarf Pn Leading Manufacturing ) firsproo; m Safety Osnosit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR -- For Rent. -- BUSINESS. -- Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denry, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Storraes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. V.. Elliott. Director?. fyjgasgrjg-g- Ills $ .00 Per 1 wa&fofWfi a IT Z" MVVVt I,a ft H IS 'Jewelers&linsQrters 133-13- 5 West Main St. -:- Cannot burn never leak look well and are inexpensive. They cover the best homes, churches, schools and public buildings all over the country. For Sale by rtfmAit, 'rryrrr smwmfv..rvr-- Yo Lexington, - Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Rr ofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. K 'JINTH ANNUAL The Central Record, Thursday July, 23 1914. A. F. THAVIU'S FAMOUS BAND AND ORCHESTRA A FREE TRIP FOR SOME GARRAAD i I Page 7 foRdcr: X I - BLUE GRASS FAIR OPENS AT LEXINGTON MONDAY,! AUGUST 3 BEST FAIR IN MIDDLE WEST. Tzrmm: COUNTY BOY To The Kentucky State Fair. ZMtTim C JPJ&SSE.P. R? fcjE7 inflftri l'3&.' f The Kentucky State Fair Management ar.d the College of Agriculture have compltted plans fcr a FARM BOYS' ENCAMPMENT that will give (tin opportunity for one bov from each SIX 018 DAYS- - AND H18HTS of this 120 counties of tne State to visit the Kentucky State Fair for a whole week without expense. The purpote of Numerous Attractions, Including s this encampment is to extern! the Esnd snd Concert Ccmpary educational advantages of the Fair to Kline's Greater Shows. the farm of the Stat- - and to siin.ulair a gl eater interest ju tile State Fair Ly Lexington, Ky. Since its organize spreading throughout the one hundrei lion in 190S. the Blue Grass Fair lias and twenty counties its real v.oith taken full rank with the largest ami through tl'.ese farm boyi. the best state fairs ami exposi'ions The selection of tlie boys will lie of the country. It has very just made on competitive examination of ly become known as the largest horse! answers by a member of the State srhov. in the world. It is the onlj fair' Board of Agncultuie and a member of which offers a full quota and a class'. the Faculty of the Agricultural College. lication for breeding clajses of tl: The applicants should send all answers three great breeds of American hcrsc to the Secretary of State Fair, who as will forward same to the Executive simplified Versalily is one of the great Combined with his power as a con-- public fancy, and his return eugage-ductoin a manner which make:, turcs or the A. r. Thaviu, who is r he is a cornetist of great ments are 'ahvajs 'vchnmeil with Committee fcr completion. This Com, distinction clear. Pitched on i inj; to the D:ue Grass Fair at Lexing-large- r ability and his playing has been much enthusiasr:i. He is 'ting. mittee will receive all applications-- as by some ous and tactful. He ... :i us v. .an v. no set forth above, and marl; all answers in the highest terms and more extensive scale than . ton, August 3 to S, with his famous no-- 1 obtains the most v : ever before, with the certainty of in- - j b..nd and opera organization. edes v'ithcu submitted to them. This of the best critics in the country, creased interest on aci. ount of various ycung Russian band leader has won tably by William, Lines Hubbard, the recourse to bufTcunerj cr chicanery, liie applicants must be of good moral great musical critic of the Chicago He knows music and knos hit character, willing to Joannes, this ear's fair prom-Ja- n in makenviable place in modern music As a program maker, Mr. ences.. He has one cf the very test je to eclii)sc all previous records. ing the encampment a success; be bewith his vigorous methods and bis Thaviu is without a peer or a rival organizations on the roail this seastn Numerous additions and improve- tasteful programs. Not only is he He seems instinctively what' and not only cartics a band th. ..s tween the ages of 15 ai.d IS years, .nd ments have been made in the matter known in amusement parks, such as the people want and he can vary his perfect in every detail but .aUo p.'o- - be actual residents and workers upon o. iiiow rii.gs anu amusement feature the farm. No boy who has ever been hire City in Chicago, where he has program to suit any gathering, from vides an opera company that cf"-.- s have been secured of a kind and to an i played for the past five seasons, but the frivolous crowds at summer parks grand opera in the brst taste and 'n enrolled in any College of Agricultvre extent that justify the belief that ihe ! at state fairs, such as Texas, and at who seek nothing but the gayer and the best manner. Without a doubt tho in this or any other State will Ce eligible fair not only prove more valuable ' Chautauqua throughout the length lighter melodies, to the more sedate presence of Thaviu in Lexington will to compete (this dees not exclude bojs than ever so the live stock intcests aniJ kieadth of tlle ,ani1- - He lias and serious gatherings in Chautiuquas be a rare treat to all classes, from ihe who have attended the Agricultural who Df Kentucl-but also more attraeti-- e '' fcun1 f'uor with mus!c lovers in all ani1 demand music of a higher grade stickler for classics, to those who are Department In Hige Sehcoi). fcml cf the ,ighter l'Inl,:r t"!les of W'ks f Ufe' and has ":,ined fame in styl' lo those who visit it. In addition to every Each boy will be required to answer quarter of the country. xiu Mas lancii u great nuui oil me me uu.v. the weanling and yearling divisions, list of questions following: Urv stakes are offered in the show 1. How can the corn crop in jour ds-sc-- s and this should prove no ex- ncr before. The premium lisr has county be improved? for saddle horses. ernocn will be witnessed the Ken- - ' ' con revised, and classes offered cover saddle ceptioa to the rule, tucky Stake for 2. Why do greater numbers of Iie Attractive Program Each Day. i ..'most every kind of woman's work stock Usually make a more projperous Ucrses and an excellent program for ' Rules of the National Trotting One cf the most attractive programs for road- ciatien will govern the races. In adJi- ,na table luxuries. The third floor oi far tl,e voek will be on Wednesday, ters, varied showd classeshorses ami tion there will' be pony races, mule .ue Art Hall is given entirely to this farmer? three and 3. Why are pure bred live stock mam ure"!lle harness horses. n.ces, novelty races and others to be partment, and is usually one of tinbetter than scrubs? niest attractive exhibits of the Big V. audition Friday morning will be devoted to announced later. (Answer each question in not more cash premiums Fair. good than 100 words). effcred and seasons to the leading ' Jfey Cattle, which is alwajs a The second floor will again ba unl- IU fAlK ized this year by All answers must be in tile hands of hcrses in service are donated bv v.iri- - snow - as ln? oe5t aerus '" lue "llc HALf r"AKL KA I the ".Merchants of oas owners and should attract the at-- meet here. the Secretary of the state Fair before In the afternoon the Shetland Po- - Blue Grass Fair Is a Member Amer- Lexington," and it is needless to sa August 1st. The committee will read tention of tlie entire world. .Mil be an attractive exposition of ican Poultry Association. The fair will open on Monday, Au- -' nies - in alditin to racinS a"'l a va" .ares manufactured and sold in Lex- and mark them at once and notify the ot show classes. gust 3rd, at 1 p. m., when an attractive I ried Secretary of the State Fair of the name ington. racing program has been arranged, in The Blue Grass Fair is a member of Thoroughbreds Saturday. and address of the bey standing highest, Saddle Horses. teresting show rings will be seen, and Saturday is always known as Thor- - the American Poultry Association, and Saddle horses will be an important which boy will be tlie one entitled to Thaviu's Great Band and Concert Co., cuzhbread Day, when we see rings the exhibit in this large and important feature at LoXington this year. Out- - the free trip to the State Fair as with tome of the best soloists and ,m.-- standing u togetner many oi tne most -.- ."..".m. w UBC. in importance among the live member of the Farm Boys' Encampgrand opera singers known to the mu- Miieh bring noted thoroughbred horses from the rules of that Association. This is a stock features of the Blue GraS3 Fair ment from his county. The committe sical world will be here. Kentucky. In guarantee of equal rights and justice v,u hQ the Kentucky stake guara. s- - atest nurseries in Six singers in costume will bo heard will keep a record of the makings of ail cash premiums, seasons to to all. teed ?1000( to be dlvirtea Into six mon- in front of the grand stand every eve- addition to the contestants, and the boys standing great horses as Ballot, Sain. Jack) A classification embodying premi-ey- s close"d with 113 This stake ning and thero is a great treat in store second and third in their marking will Fair Play, Trap Rock. Water- - urns for over 300 classes of poultry ,r repreSenting all of the best for the music loviug public of the Blue Stalwart, Nasturtium and others and pigeons has been prepared, and brceders in Centrai Kentucky, and be designated as first and second Grass region. the management expects this year to w.l3 lnaugurateii this year by the Fair alternates; the first to be selected in are offered which insure the best show On Tuesday, the 4th, the big mule i he, as usual, a great show. ever given in this department. Association and the stake guaranteed case the winner cannot come to the rhow, always a most interesting fea-program is ono cf the j '" addition to cash premiums, the by the nlanageraent The afternoon Fair, and the second alternate to be of the Blue Grass Fair, will be the entire week, " ? Grass Fair and a number of mer-- 1 Ad(litIonal stakes tor yearlings, two-a- s selected in case neither the winner nor 'liuwn, and Herefords cattle will also most interesting of champienrhips in Giants cf Lexington have donated sil- it Int hides all vcar.oI(s and aged classes shouid first alternate can come. le seen. cups and many additional p:izes bet-ec- u Ms years program the most at. Printed herewith will be found a Various classes for sheep and swine v.:ucU final contests occur .vomers of the individual classes dur- - cr merchandise, etc. tractive ever seen at a fair for saddle I blank application, which any boy inter will be judged in the pens, ar.d the The' Heretofoie the Pigeon Dcpanrrcnt ho as both threc and flvo.galte(I ested may fill out, mailing to Secertary rou'.try and pigeons will be judged in ing the preceding days of the frir. i een unuer -tlie mana&er:,c.i; of p,asses are proviaed for. uie governing these classes requires thp i.oultrv house. J. L. Dent, before August 1, 1914 ex Poultry Department, but threat hj i! animals eligible to show in these lh Greet show rings in other classes. cept boys who attended the 1912 or interest of the wide awake rigecn money won in the pre-- . .. nsusic by Thaviu's Band will help till lirgs, or forfeit Breeders of this section, the manage-- ' JU U bb. O DLUL bnAoo rAlil 1913 encampment. shows, and this rule will be out the day's program. APPLICATION. " . to, thereby assuring m(,r--t of the Blue Grass Fair has ap-On Wednesday morning the breed-l.t- s strictly adhered I am inteiested in the State Fair '. - "fields and affording the public "'"inJcd a committee of the fc: .not Competent Men Have Been Secured to classes for standard horses Judge Different Classes. Fanner Boys' Encampment and should ."i."cn breeders and placed the ceptirt- cs fenticn. d above, classes for jack .: ci.portunity of seeing the winners m'nt in their hands, which nsE'iroa a, like to enter the contest. I am., together. tus-ht r. Ill be . stex't. etc, shonn in front of ' ""'If r' The veek promises to be not only ai fhY TraPP proper- manage-tent-Taylcr The management of the Blue Grass yeais old, live upon a farm aii'l intend ctie grand stand. Ur- - A- Porter Fair liave every reason to congratulate to make farming my life work. gala one in Lexington, but a record-- Ur If I Famcys Blue Grass Stake Wednesday. brc .king one in the history of the ni ju. l.. w. tioice nave ueen er themselves upon securing competent should win first piace in the contest, I as judges and a winning her' judges for the different classes this In the afternoon the fa- -, jus Blue t'iue Grass Fair. will do my best to make the Encampvill mean as much as at any stac fa'i year. Kach and every one are known ment a success. Crass Stake for saddle j Speed Program. ncrses, wnicn always preface.-- the ii the country. Cdne, bring your bird- to be irentlemen nf the hitrhest tviie Name P.unning races and harness races to ' d hflp us make this the largest and of unquestionable fairness and we be- best seen in tlie world. This Ftake al ' most successful show in the South If lieve with such an array of talent the Audress ways gives us a spirited and exciting bf gheu each day. contest, and brings out a large field, j Cup races to be given eaeli day by' vet cm not come yourself, send your entries to all classes will be very large. R. F. D I nurstf ay is always a great day and the Gentlemen s Driving Club at Blue uirf.s, and we assure you they will get The best of the different classifications . .. County the proper care and attention. an extra program has been arrangM. Gia.3 Fair. and judges are as follows: Cut out tlie above coupon, fill it out Cirt38 wm be cooped in Standard speed program has' Breeding Classes for Thoroughbred The forenoon will be taken up with An excellent Ihe breeding classes for American been arranged for the Blue Grass Fair Uniform Coops, and one bird to the Horses Mr. G. D. Wilson, Lexington, carefully and mail to J. L. Dent, Esq. Secretary Kentucky State Fair, Louis saddle horses, the prizes for which are at Lexington, week of August 3rd to section, for which the small sum of Ky. five cents per bird will be charged. particularly rich 'and desirable and 8th. Breeding Classes for Standard Bred ville, Ky., together with yoer answers Should certain to bring about a magnificent Oa each of the six days thee will be J. ins assures no lighting or ragged Horses Mr. J, W. Stout, Versailles, to the questions above given. chow. itutning races and harness racing on bifds at the end of the show. Every Ky. you be successful in the competitive Saddle-Horseattention will be given birds not ac- r The classes for Short Horn Cattle, every day but Saturday. The Mr. H.J examination m J become the represeu- uy owueis, so in mailing un U. iiUCKner, iirlanger, Ky. which alwas produces a show for old stake to be contested during the tative from your county, Mr. Dent will Three-GaiteShort Horns, will be well worth the week, closed with 20 entries, including entry here you can rest assured that Saddle Horses .Mr. give you full instiuctions as to what your birds will be well cared for. trip of many miles to those Interested nearly all the best in training in KenClaud Pemberton, Elizabethtown, Ky. you are required to take with you in Half Fare Rates to Fair. Breeding Classes, Saddle Horses in beef cattle, which will be shown in tucky. This race has always been one the way of beds and bedding, what will Do not fail to visit the Blue Grass Mr. Scott Isbell, Bowling Green, Ky. front of the grand stand. In the aft of the best races of the year for two-- ! Mr. Miller Ward, Paris, be required of you and other details Roadsters IVir at Lexington the week of August relative to the Encampment. o'rd to iith. One fare rates will pre- - Ky. Heavy Harness Horses Mr. Percy vail en all railroads in Kentucky. Ev-SADDLE HORSES AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR ery afternoon and ovening, beginning E. Hoge, Jetts, Ky. s fci Classes for Mules Mr. Henry Sunday, August 2nd, there will be Vtmmm band concerts, with high wood, Paris, Ky. SU " Classes for Jacks and Jennets Mr. :ass vocalists In a Grand Sacred Con- RS K J. R. Long, 'Millersburg, Ky. cert. Classes for Shorthorns and Here-musiA new standard' will h set for fair Heretofore we have been con- - ford Cattle Mr. V. E. Bradfute, Xenia, tent to hear instrumental concerts in- - Ohio. Airs. Waller Vincent tcrsV-rscClasses for Jersey Cattle Mr. Harwith some renowned soio-isr- s of Pleasant Hill. N. C. in choice selections, but Thaviu ry Jenkins, Chicago, 111. fill writes: "Fcr three cumClasses for Swine Mr. Geo. Jessup, S: intioduces a quartette and, how they mers I suifered from make the furtherest nock and cranny Rockville, Ind., and Mr. W. T. Harris, of the amphitheater echo with the mar Morganfield, Ky. r.ervcusncGs, dreadful Classes for Sheep Mr. J. Hal Woodpair.s in my back and velous and ever fresh strains from i "Lucia," "11 Trovatore," "Carmen," ford, Paris, Ky. sides, and weak sinking Classes for Poultry "Martha," etc. Hardly, has the insinu spells. Three bottles o! ating quartette been stilled when forth Classes for Pigeons Dr. C. W. Cardui, the woman's trocps a perfect charge of trumpets Trapp, Dr. A. Porter Taylor, Lexjng- tonic, relieved me entireand trombone players, and, with Tha-i:- i ton, Ky., and Mr. E. W. Hoke, Louis ly. I feel like another himself leading the van, such out- ville, Ky. person, now." bursts of harmony are not often heard. TAKE It Is not the usual blatant, noisy de- GREAT TRAINED ANIMAL SHOW. monstration of a brass choir, but a Q Then there Is Luken's trained wild musically effective combination, swell- - nr? rlnmact f ell r TIT Vir CilnorKi cntrnrt in sreat sounds until a startling. ,n.one show;includ'ln& las sevral remark. wiitictA ia aiiaiuciit able features: Jolly Trixy, weighing Amusement lovers who crave origi- 565 pounds; a three-abreajump-hors- e nality will find it to their heart's conthe great EH tent at the Blue Grass Fair this year. Ferris whedl, the largest portable The Women's Tonic Woman's Deptment. wheel made;, a penny arcade and an The Woman's Department of the elghteen-piec- e band under the dlrecfor over 50 years, iire t,rass air, to De nem at Lexmg- - tion of Frank Wallick. Several of the Cardui has been helping are equipped with large and Stakes closed with 113 entriesNrepresenting all of the best breeders In tori August 3rd to 8th, will be more to relieve women's unand fitensive tnis year than pensive band organs. Kentucky. Stake is guaranteed by management. necessary pains and building weak women up lo 'health and strength. Tha-vlu'i j as-weshow-classed 1 r, com-tliei7 41 K5W SSSfiPl mLJf w-5V5s. r; TB. Sc-fci- -r "rSfo ! - mm Of ! Orders ffintfs siitr-frcto- ry i For C hjk' v 1 Tables cr i- Li.er:.- .for Clepninsj and Pressing ?nl . i" liver them in highly c -cry v- - : dition. It makes no diiTevri-i- - how delicate or dainty the fabric, i... can. &s CLEAN it and'vithout the slightest in- S!w .' as j jury lo the article. We call for ai.d KU? rXi o-- , ,rt, .deliver geeds; and have then read-w; GJritS quick when promised. While we are workers, we like time to do our wi.rk U Rrstorrs the otisnul bttaly o nc, r w H how lx.Jly r.i.i 'rt or thoroughly, however. y KooJsiiinssilvifiuchtnxbiCMliu -:j "r ami i.! -- I .. eoi!-I-U'- s rIl Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER. Mgr. Phone 2: 0, rf Cnrneain.lt XUurn' lYretl rtJvr- , - V j i i.J PEASLFE ... 4 a GAli.?p. judl-Tribun- S3HSSSKKS55SaHSaS?TS2 . r. louisviut x. I C C. J. E STOF f i I KSSS22S23B3Ei33SZ5aSK v T r Of v Ji v. U x t5' S ear-old- -' fhv-gaiie- d B0MC0S P01IL7CY l'5L down r. chick's thr at cur.-"-! gaj-- s. A few Cro-iq tu. !j seine t atcr c.i" acu ch-- , (.r rp ra. lir: Io.a ; 1 s U ITS.; 1 r". a i 5 fi Rt? x S m-- r S i Asso-'ucini- r. J'U -i r... '"Vr; lr ?? lHe-gaite- , "'iV??SSL& ..jjiui...j. n . roTT'V ser.t er,of and txKikln Bourbon t P" Ttili-i- ilNc l ie ni-- i' c '.: t tl A', all . "D ... Your p FKE-- " li C?.Lm"tc." f fa si I P ' agains: n -- 41 i tb Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or Hai It a epi aa a IN 0"95 -- r-- ch 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. , L . costs no mort to protect it from the start, than to at on in theseason. later Insure it with " TUB j ; Frkhip Off'ne j Centra! Record. at Citizens Na:ir .. LanctT-te- r c u.l K: 1 d -r- -' 1 five-paite- d ! I i e warnThe undersigned he rely ing to all i.ot to trespass ur our lends for any piirp- - m-- whatever as we will prosecute all oiFendcrs to fcl :st extent of the law Hunters rtU Fishermen especially take notice. II. L. Elk'n. G. V,r. Elan;. Ed & N-Pi ice J. V Swetn. y W. (!. Ander'in John ?.I. Farra J. II. & W. S. Weaver. I!. E. Ke!.. 15. M. Lir S. C. Henderson, W. S. EmboA. J. Caddell, Mrs. Puttie D. Gill. li. ('. Arnold Ja1- -. (i. Sarah J. L. Hackley Oin. pel-sons li POST i FihPr4-ins; - f, 6ll'S .. , . s t SiEI i"Ml,iJ?3r j - ' I '"'" .. .i.,s,.,.,.. " "" ' i J. two-yea- Five-Gaite- d s cash. S. L. Rich. C. Morgan. We will add W. B. Ra other riameHfor Vicente I Sunwi . d ! L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. AKRIt'E. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Kichmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & Wrllc fop onr alter srtii Silo Book Mailed Rter Also cet ofTer culheljnsino iUO .ii" tbe luht roanisz S3I JxriiJVn & SouShern Silo Co, lnccrrcr;li4 &mf&mmf Lexinglon, Kem5itc3ry $ Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. Official Directory Of Garraid Ctwmi. wi7Kv2Sy" at Rowland. L& No 2a; N to all 11 joints South ''Irunll Inritr.. ?..( "U.L-- . !.. ..,, tn i a. m. To Richmond, connecting N to Irvine & Beatty ville. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting train to Cincinnati. :04 Ui-wHll- .m with L & Lexington , Tr,,Ut. jBry FllBl,Bt. Knoxvillu. j (w.rUl c ..irt '''.' J"r B k:. r iubta 1,."""; with fast i . ..nnir Attmavyp. Walker, fj H I Green, and at Bardstown Junction to ' dur'erinteiiiiant nl vet KlPS- Bardstown & Springfield. r Dae baudtta. No 9; 8:42 p. m. Deputy Assessor E. H. Ky. To Stanford, connecting with fast Jailer Have Kosa. npcrvlsorof Roads -- leYetjtx Bmbsc train to Bristol & Atlanta. Treasurer J. V. Klmore. AsM-sio- No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling "l"r inI.nty.-UrliT-.o- oHt) i:iTfc ''wl A r? J. v. Harry !Imum. T. T.lio. llln. fir erlrr,:. xXnMm. mery-go-roun- .l County Court Days. MAGISTRATES. I 4 Z K Monday will help us. Come in and pay usr a ij is Arnat we neea. Lret tne Kecora a year tor jmJ&& -- i --a . -. i -v i It will do Hie same for you, if given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you good. ' E-- 72 ifcH3& , Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, lbt. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.dayl Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. THonday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Wliltelst.Dlst. Logan I sou 2nd. Dint. Johns. Hdra 3rd. Dist. James Coldlron 4th. Dist. J. N". COUNTY BOARD OK EDUUATJtH Tnomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. Ft. D Thomfcg (. J. l'endreu. 3rd. Dist. e. McMnitrj.2nd.DIst. KlDg, 4th. Dist. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor h. G.Davidson. City Judge J. P. Prattler. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. City CIik F.O. Hart. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police L. E. Ilerrou. , COOSCILMEN Tarkcr Gregory. J. H. Dultca. w. M. Zanone. Sain Cotton. w. O Goodlec. Dr.J. A. Amon. .V I. Page 8 giOM0WtOOtOMMOWOOC0i0 i The Central Record, Thursday July 23, 1914. ii ii i rri'iTrn 111 .FAMER'S COLUMN utgoouo009e Itolotr this lir&diugla for die exclu- nd is fori ivo uw of onrfnrjnersnlicrlber8. tlio mlc ol clock, mi ii jt ud si? oli things on fittm kk lliO Inrmer cannot afford to advertise No notice will he accepted over four I nice, snd will lie only In .wo U.ue. of the iwvikii, free ol clmrno riiiACC 'X .would t T AMORIA A Medicine to Bottle'of Dr. Pulslfers medicine It start me." "I know who you mean. You'd have Iffi .. tfiVn a Arvrtin i Produce Love By P. A. MITCHEL Ol.- - sown and 18 pigs for sale. Worth money J. A. Bratton. 1. II J tir.es li will W Hamilton has GO good ewes, on ono years time. fine "Wonderful discoveries these, docbed 00 tor, that scientists are making lu sefeet feet wide. J. T. Pope. rums for arresting disease," said David Marksbure, Kj. Waterman to his friend Dr. Tulsifer. "Very," was the laconic reply. W.inleJ about 4000 tobacco sticks. I) 15 Henry, R 1. Lancaster Ky. ' "There Is one remedy, however, the have paid little attention i scientists Mi T. W Conn, Lancaster Route. to." "What's thatJ" N I, das Bycarlinfjn and one "The Imagination." oi 411111c, li will sell at a bargain. "I have used it" xfi1i-"The power of the Imagination is Mbw Clarl: on Lancaster and Coj.jK-icreejiike, has a cutting box, Illustrated daily In a thousand in..cl)ine and hay rake for sale , ent ways- - A smoker with his eyes shut cannot tell whether or not the All .n good leimr. weed he smokes Is lighted. 1 have Lr. my place, near three' myself drunk a glass of nle. thinking to be lager beer, and supposed it to U,.. . c.i Sug.:r Creek, about May 11th, hng Owner can have name by prov- ue ueer suureu. "Singular, isn't It?" ing jirojicrly :md paying charges. "Very." Hill Crimea "I wondor If that is not the way ' for :,:ile, one i ye-i- old Jersey love Is produced." "Certainly. Love Is a product of the CiiV. (wo '. year old jerseys, with calves imagination." mid a nic heifer, fresh in fall. "Why, then, can't you produce It by P. M Tinder, Lmc.iter Ky. playing upon the Imagination;" "I can and have done it. In the I "lilt SM.B--good Jersey cow, with case of one of my patients who made yn.r calf. Carlton Elkin. fUr.n.-long Ity II lobac:o k differ-ij.WHi- K fto-ayc- "t r sugntest raney "I believe I'll go to the doctor aud ask him for the prescription." "Do." "Why? Do you want to take it?" "No; I want to see how it affects you." "Humph:" Not long after this Dick came to ep Dolly with it bottle. erj prettily ilmte up, with the word "Auiorla" written on the label. He told Dolly that he had got it from Dr. Pulsifer la which statement he broke the eighth com mandment and that be was going' to take some of it Wouldn't she like to take some too? Dolly asked him whom it would make him In loe with, wheie upon he assured her that she was mis taken In that part of the matter. A love medicine couldn't make a man love any particular girl. That was ridiculous. Dolly admitted that It was h'ard to believe. Dick pulled the stop per out of the bottle and held the liquid under ber nose. "Smells like roses," sbo said. "That's one of the chief ingredients," Dick Informed her. "Whufs the dose?" she asked. "Teaspoonful just before going to M' bed." "Why then. 1 wonder?" "Don't know. Maybe you'll dream of the one ,ou are to fall In love with like putting wedding cake under your pillow." "Have you taken a dose yet?" "No: I'm going to take one tonight-th- at is. If you will." Dolly said she didn't care to be in love, and Di"k said be had uo special desire either Doll was ery curious to know how it would affect him ami begged him to take a dose He steadily refused titl she gave in and agreed Then Dick to take some of it too """"" Iwiltlua tn cat nr mK" r Tor a gin line mat. .....".. tlia . - "" Wi GARJDS 1 I I I I I Week Commencing, July 21 RAIN OR SHINE -- 1914 are you going to get a First Class WHERE I Hair Cut and Shave gw . Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond street a . JIllllllllVll VV.SHWOFlTSKlllriflKLgcV i- - Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. e w co - I! . r iimisms M pcTS Jjm tJifMMMlMlll Prices Right. 354-A. Wf hod . in Phone K Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, ij 1 IIirttnfrfiV Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky Office IMIIIIM t:j l?d and N. ii Price have four Diiroc bogs for sale. They are Unni in Uif puiple. Iieing by Col. I An , cliin Itloonjfield batty Mcaai-- A I nrilf S iff I ryipafei I. Elkin lias Hi ouii4 houthdowu with lambs, registered orsubject u ifgislry. ;.on.e nnpai ted, ihat can l bought worth the1 money, ah good i;it!i(y mid royally lirefl. .ti-- on registered buck - t?w . Mr A H Ftaslm drove a bunch of fif loon Jersey calves througn town last IWty which were an prettv as any we Mr Daritin has one of the ltfi.1 herds of Jfmtys in the .state and cvrsaw . E&3m M ifirs. I always improving bn stock with new inn chases J I Vis KVQUIL I KAKKKT. 1 (.khhua J'.lj G UNION . Onu lici Uivti. vt (. cUtttc Oinnu.ii Ii. fair OHillrirtll liinlr O.Wk, ovIir (VimciA it ill llfll;!llts I i;rri.i. hTUCK VAIti8. Cuttle Hogs Sbeep 77 7- g .' ." I CO C ST. a;iii-r- cir . b 75 15 It r , m V1 fiellri... com tfd va rliofrc . 75 (a t. On 7.0s i C C 7 S5 &0 01 If cictr GnMinou ti alr ImiUf. .. siif.Vi 3 00(al 00 S - 7S 25 ' 21a; I by worrying whether she 4 VI i ii(feO1 7ii10 25 loved a man well enough to marry him I pretended to make a mistake S OO'IJ ii 0tummtili larf;o . ... l M(" c.ntod imrLerH and imtclieri ' : 0 a. :3 in" giving her a love medicine She Mi A mrl pim 25St9 :J) married the man she was in doubt .I Mgi. 7 2"! i,.i. about and is now a health v and happv r. 4i)(a s lu n- -. in cli'iirr licit y wife." l.l l.tjifln 'J V.VH1I 10 A girl of seventeen entered n room Vi,iiii!.si,iitl Ic. 7 Mi'o. 9 2 ) adjoining the one In which the two i II I.T 4 ii iCai .'i on men were chatting just in time to hear ii lo oiioici" I I (VI iiHinfiii iii fnlr ' 75(0, 4 (0 this la.st statement of I)r Pulsifer. c.itctitii!; only the words "failm; ber a love medicine" and what followed. A love medicine: She had never Ha Wm a Bit Fvsay 'I'l'C following letter n leeently i Heard of such a thins. Could it be pos- it.licv.Mil In Hie wncril nnnawr of sihie that doctors could give a medi- j cine to produce love"; i ii IJnfJit.il She had never 'I'leasc send mi one tomtit ticket been in love, but was very curious to Tin Venture reliiin .ii. iitonlhil for Utmu how one in lox would feel She Tues Mood lery still. Impim; to hear more iiiiiii le.iviiiK I'.iddiiiKioii I ij si lOiKi m tin-- , interesting topic, but Dr. Pulsl in iiiiu'iiij: I'enziincc (!' rorner seat fer bad caught a glimpse ot her and in I IMe.n.e jum;1 engine at. iu .i en'ei of train was vtient. M.ilile MvjIoi'v irn it;e innclii. This ouug l.ul.v was Dully Water ,'ieni quiel cnini.in. Alvi limr lienn i man. the daughter ot one .of the men "Inrheiil iMhl.el Willi sl'ioh hM mill. i who had been conversing. A few davs mil w.i ! ci (mi Kill I at I til, Also later Diet; litis, a loung fellow of JiAI:el China wil. Iim at ; u clock nineteen, who had fonnerl been her foi kii in! l see that Ali i playmate and was now her friend me nuvei noes i i. e or rush t"ie came to v,K. her. and another dialogue r,.(onseijuent on the lirt took place uiiiii, rfipeciMiiy aiiiiiniL dirves . incline:, and iviMi I'n- - .signals well "Dick." s,ild Dolly, "do you know mid in.ichiiicr.v well oiled ami not oer-that there is a medicine to produce alMl IaiikIou ICvpifss j love?" "No. I doift," replied Dick, opening Sicinrj ft HtniJC-lf- . His eyes very wide Vji actor who letentlv w.ii taken ' "There is " whik on Hie stage by i cinematograph "Who told you tliat rubbish?" w.is Kieally pleasetl with the result. "It can't lie rubbish, for I heard Dr J.ill.iiiX a I Hiu I it to a prominent dra-ii.- i I'ulsifer telling it to father " ir cilk. he said "What dal he say?" '!( was the nio'.t etiaordiuary "Why. lie said he gave a love med-- , I ev'r went lluouli actuall- icine to a girl who was one ot his pay to r.ee myself acting" tients." 'Now " implied the critic, "you will "Dr I'ulsifer said that?" up tindrrsliind what we have to put "Yes, he did. And he said. too. that cw Vorl: Globe villi she married the man it was to make her in love with and Is now a happy A Balanced .Rock. wife." Shatte-imcI- .. cn (he Minnnii o(i Mount Now. Dick Otis was Iy no means as in She village of Itusself. Mass-- is unsophisticated as Dolly He at once CAIA'ltS c ckIta :si 75 7 no wouldn't like to HI tell that.' ItEPLIED. herself '.'.iiii -. li -- net i ui I h it , "-- granite balance rock which proba-li!- j weighs hIiouI. 10(1 tons It touches Ms rest for about twelve inches and bul ii'Ci-- s on a very small paint, but it Ijk tesistcd .several determined (n dlstt.lRe it 'with JRckscrew. .1 -- is IS.tnu CUohe. "I am a Cuinrox Their Pride. self miide man." said Mr. "And I suppose your wife and daugh-- ( r rc very proud of you." "Yes. JiikI altout hh proud as they uoil(J Jh of a iKiincmade dress." Wntliiugt'in Rlnr. Classifyirlg Papa. "Hu" -- 1linpMslie jusJ "fi fcer f h s4d.i:ob. "your engagement Mud ft 'broken off. In It? Why. I iltcr,roveJ Not saw that there might be an opportu nity. Love was not the subject of interest to him it was to tier, for most young men of his age are Riven rather to love of self than !oe for any one else. He at once resolved to pretend to tumble to the Idea. "If Dr. Pulsifer hadn't said that 1 shouldn't have believed it" n "Fact," said Dolly. "Did he say how long It required for the stuff to take effect?" "I didn't hear him say that." "I'd like to get some of his medicine." "Whnt for?" "Well. I know u girl who I think Is sweet on me. She's a good match, but somehow 1 can't get up any emotion for her. Perhaps If I were to take a poured a little into another bottle and left her the oue lie had biought. Now. Dolly ouly consented to kike the medicine for tile sake of learning how it would affect Dick. She made She would take :t mental reservation It if she didn't forget to do so Hut she didn't forget it. When she went ( to bed she took up the bottle, looked at It. held it up to the light aud sinelled of it The perfume was delicious. She touched it with her tongue and it was like a new kind of candy. She poured Hi a tiny bit into a spoon aud put it be tween her lips It was so nice that she concluded to take half it teaspoonful, which, being only half a dose, wouldn't affect her. It was so delicious that she concluded to take the other half teaspoonful. When she went to bed she had taken all there was In the bottle. & Dick had promised to come to see her the next evening and tell her how he felt He did so, anticipating a lot r V of fun. since he intended to pretend that he was madly in love with her. Nevertheless he determined not to hurry ma'tters nor to overdo It "Well?" said Dolly as soon as they were together. "Well?" repeated Dick. "I took all there was In the bottle." "With what result?" "I went to sleep dreaming of a girl I had supI had known for years. posed I felt only a friendship for her. but in this was mistaken. For the first time I realized that I loved her and had always loved her." "Oh, dear! Who is she?" There wasn't the slightest reason for this question, for Dick told her with his eyes who the girl was "I wouldn't like to tell that" Dick replied, "until I learn how she feels toward me now did the medicine affect you?" "I? Oh. I didn't" A "Are yon sure?" aftook enough to "I don't think fect me." "How much did von take?" "1 took half a teaspoonful." "Didn't it make oii feel a hit queer?" nice I took another "Hut it tasted took all Pact Is half teaspoon! ul there was." "Don't you feci au. illh'erent?" He was standing very near her. she resting one hand on a table on which there were violets Dick took the other hand in his. Me stood thus for a few moments, looking into her eyes, which were bent down upon the violets Then he lient forward to her lips, she withdrawing them slightly. It may have been imagination, produced water pleasantly b. a little sweeieni-have heen the perHavored: it ma fume of the inlets Whatever it was. when their lips met Dr Pulsifer's theory was proved love hart been kindled. "Oh. Dick." she aid. looking up nt eyes, a haphim through her py smile on her face. "1 feel so nice!" "So do I." "I wouldn't have believed it. Wonld you?" "Not If it hadn't come from one or the most advanced phvslclans In the ountry." Then a cloud passed over her fair Extraordinary Features This Season 1 The Musical Orrs; Cowboy Quartette; Paul English; Tenor Singer; Sid Washburn; Coon Shouter and Dancer. lii i IIM I Mllillm.i I lk7 ' IVt"7 E. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticinc Glasses Fitted. Sti3faciiou Guaranteed I Friday, Society Night The House of a Thousand Candles. Saturday Night, "Custers Last Fight". & Windresisting Tent Biggest Rain-Proof I THE NEW 1 and Barber Shop Opposite Post Office. KANT LEAK. i Enough Seats for a Whole Town. Swain Price of Admission Very Cheap Prevailing. Don't Forget the Date. Be There. I U'l be Glad U Gome, Week Julu 27 i i i i f Bath In Connection. J- - E. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER. KY. Residence Phone 220 Office West bide Lexington Street M Office Phone 6. Office Hours .m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. L. B. CONN. A. L. ARNOLD. 13- - IE Phone 65. "Wat,t:bjb DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. 1 I m H H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. m E Office: Office HoUrst--- K. Denny ani . A. Wiieeler Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Stormes BuildiugoTei Hurt .'. Aurier Hl tMB Mp Ih H ' 1 son's Furniture Store. I LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. 1 For the next row days, we will offer all tires, tubes, outside and inside boots and everything in rubber for your car at 10 to 15 per cent reduction. We carry one of the most complete lines of Tires and Tubes of standard make in this section of the state. We have a No. 1 Red Tube, The Empire, as good as the Michelin, that we will sell for the price of the Grey Tube, as follows: 20 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. (.Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY. T Strawberry Plants Fruitand Shade Trees Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts "But suppose that when we stop tak-u- g the medicine we tall back to where wp were?" "Then we'll'take some more of it" "But we haven't any more: it's all jone." "I hnve the prescription. I'll order a of It" There was no fear that the flame, having been kindled, would cease to hum. Indeed, it became a conflagration, which burned Itself out only when the honeymoon had waned to a Tpscent thread, and It left live coals that glowed with nil the steadiness of a love that no love iMitioti can Ignite 9nd r.o nnti-lov- e toiin can kill the. love of a nnited family. Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines 3013 32 X 3i $2.90. $3.90 30 X 3i $3.75 $4.75 33X34 Our workshop is the best equipped south of the Kentucky river. Bring us your repair work and save double repair bill. We stand behind each job that leaves our shop. Where others fail, we will give you satisfaction. All goods sold during this sale SPOT CASH. H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentuckv. Nurserymen since 1841. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with XOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It yea must take in. ternal remedies. HalTs Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acta directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a ouack medicine. It was prescribed by one of. the best physicians In this country, for years and is rcguuu- presenpuon. it u coznposea & oest tonicr k&qwbv aiBaed;iritR tM oiooa punners. iua sunaces. M'-of th two such wonderrraHB' Is csnaar sjttarrh. Send forteathBesmls, free, F. J. CHKNET..Ca..Pl,i2Jedo. fir oeaXSatlon. Take Hairs iie oVted va y&uV did." aaswered Tom. "but o antidote." loe "j . That Kind. "I understand tltitt jourVealthy urif "it- - Jwk eilirety slvpn hp iope." "Dwi' you believe 4t That man has ovV given up anything" Houston SUBSCRIBE FOR WMri i'OKt. lie girjuttaesc Jfi it nolntorirvrudeoce -as witl ns c'urge. (.'titaa fettif Record. i Connfe Arnold """ DANVILLE, KZ. . aar .j , "Jy "i vw-'- t m; 4b NbpK a $ t s rl