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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 30, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914073001_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 30, 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 RECO PURE REIAGlOh, UN1ARMSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWFNTY 1 &JM NUMBER 17. FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 30, 1914. Saturijay is the Primary Election. Schools begin throughout the county on next Monday. A CHANCE TO FULLY GOOD CITIZEN LEAVES. LANCASTER COLORED FAIR. (jMsBSTGONS buggies"harness In use for Afi years and still going . 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. When you want a Farm Wagon, come in and let us show you our line of STUDEBAKERS. We can save you money. Studebaker, L. J. IN a recent letter to Ohio states that he of Coshocton, Ctrp L BWSbSs DCZZZ3C itl innz -, r. Ut KSS BBS" mm visicnd v MM a, rcs " " rrs. . iczjc a "Our Meat Goes Furthest" in the LASTING QUALITY of meats. Poor roasts, steaks or chops, fat and tough, for instance, very rarely go into the refrigerator after the first attack upon them is over. We sell the kin i that lasts REAL MEAT, selected vita EXPERT KNOWLEDGE. EVERY woman knows there is a great Davidson & Doty. 1ippy1TBT.rt mpfKSssmitxr ' v- - " 32-4UJ- ifm -- P fflpy & If you are looking for a 0, i .gj asdn buy the Old Hickory It runs lighter and lasts longer than any other wagon. Sold and warranted. W. J. ROMANS. BfrSTBl'rSIliTflllrrSiin gflfrgflfrgfll glijffi rllilTrgflrrglllT Mr. J. Wesley Walker who recently Nothing has been Ieft EXERCISE THEIR RIGHTS. i purchased a grocery store in Danville make the Lancaster Colored undone to Before the change in the 'democratic Fair the Please hand us that dol- - On next Saturday the people of Ken- ' has moved his family to that city best thev have ever had. The exhibi- - election officers on Tuesday, Beckham tucky will be given for the first oppor- where they will make their home. We tion will begin next Thursday. August ad officers in eighth, McCreary in six lar. tunity to select by their individual bal- dislike to give up these good people, 6th, and continue for three days. Some and Stanley in one out of nine precincts Several more of our "newly weds" lot their candidates for the United but heartily' commend them to the attractive premiums have been offered As changed after the controversey on are contemplating erecting cottages States Senate. Only within the demo- people of Danville. and a catalogue can be had by writing Tuesday, Beckham has officers in six. "before the leaves begin to turn". to the secretary, Jerry Doty. Stanley in five, and McCreary in five cratic ranks is the contest spirited, the outolmne precincts, Beckham has republicans and progressives apparentThis is "dog days" and the old saws MT. VERNON FAIR now seven, McCreary six and Stanley tell us it is not well to go in the water ly seem unconcerned as to who shall SOMETHING TO EAT". has five oat of eighteen democratic ofWe are in receipt of complimentary have the empty honor of carrying their with a sore any place upon our person. ficers. tickets to the Mt. Vernon Fair for banner down in ignominious defeat. Becomes Quite A Problem. In East Bryantsville. East Park. With the best wheat crop in years which we arp verv fr.iteftil. The fair Garrard ccunty, to hear her people Union and Paint Lick Stanley and prospects for good corn and tothere this year is destined to be best has no ' t!llk 1S uPn the Pcint of starvation. represention LOGAN INbacco, we cannot see' anything to worry n thev, h . whatever unless his . .UU, W... WW ..H.v ... ,,? U..U t ,nm tho f. about. tractive program and other entertain- r.ven in me country wnere there is ev- friends can secure from the Chairman JURED IN RUNAWAY. ments good crowds should be in atten- er an abundance of everything that is of the Democratic committee a chal"Cow corn" is going to beexceedingly good, you hear this talk of the scarcity lenger and inspector. scarce. More showers insure a splendid While H. T. Logan and dance every day. Mr W. H. Fish, the i of the things which are usually abun Yet we hear of some Beckham people crop of corn. Who doubts an all wise Mrs. Logan were out driving on last popular secretary, will gladly mail you dant at this season. The reason dry scolding because the Election CommisProvidence? a catalogue for the asking. Friday evening, their pony became weather played sad havoc with the sioner made the charge ou Tuesday. Democrats you never before had the fractious, and by some means overgardens and there is very little garden Democrats should give each other a chance to cast jour ballot for a United turned the cart in which they were HOW TO VOTE FOR "sass" to be had, and in consequence fair deal without comnlaint or con States Senator. Get out and exercise riding. Mr. Logan received a severely it is no unusual thing to see canned troversy. bruised knee and his nose was conthat prerogative. A. 0. STANLEY. gooas upon the table of the country siderably lacerated, while Mrs. Logan nousewue. .especially are Deans scarce, i The "pop" industry is surely a grow who luckily alighted on top of Ask the clerk in your voting place while the early the D tomato crop was a com1 mg business, at least the number of clever escaped with slight for a democratic ballot. The second plete failure. Many people have enI) trips Joe Haselden's big auto makes to bruises and a severe shaking up. name upon the ballet is that of A. O. tirely replanted their gardens, ard the the country and adjoining towns would Stanley. A mark in the second rain of Sunday will make corn and it indicate as much. square, beginning at the top, is a vote will not be long before the scarcity MR. JENKINS TO RE for A. O. Stanley, the second fequare will cease to be felt. This week witnesses the beginning of being opposite his name. Educational MING A GREAT Garrard countys annual exodus to BUILD AT ONCE. ballots can be secured from the officers neighboring Fairs, with the accompanyLIEUTENANT JOHN ARNOLD Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blar.pied have of the election. ing expenditure of various amounts SOURCE OF moved to the Stormes fiat formHow long oh Lord? Yisi&g His Old Home. Inn; cent Pisarmre To erly occupied by Dr. Burnett, and RUNNING RACES AT The threshing season is about over, Mr. Parker Jenkins will occupy the John L. Arno'd of New York i3 visitMembers of The Craft. and it is the concensus of opinion of cottage on Danville ing Lancaster relative'. John is a Ave. vacated by BLUE GRASS FAIR. former Lancaster boy. a the threshermen that the Garrard Mr. and Mrs. Blanpied. Mr. Jenkins "an of the late The members of the local Masonic county crop made an average of about who was so unfortunate as to lose The Blue Grass Fair, which opens G orge T. Arnold, a brother of Mrs. his fraternity are deriving a great deal of 20 bushels to the acre. cottage near the watjr works station next Monday at Lexington, have an Hattie Ward and Mrs. Webb Raney innocent pleasure out of their reeeiitly Hugh T. nounced some very interesting running and a nephew of We have no quanel with the City by fire last week, will at once comestablishwl "Club Room" over the races for the entire week, which should Logan. He has resided in New York Council, we think they aie doing mence the work of rebuilding on the Citizens prove a very popular attraction. for the past seven vears and for four invite National Bank. Many of them remaikably well, but we do wish thej site of his burned home. friends to share theirhospitality; There will be three races each day. years has been a detective, reaching would mount the cannon and enforce the ladies also are liberal patrons of For the first three days they are as the rank of Lieutenant. He is thorough the stock law a little more rigidly. the institution, and many hours of harm MORE OIL ON follows: Two year maidens, five fur- ly acquainted with the great metropolis les3 amusement are spent there. The longs, purse $150 second race, three and talks interestingly of his wide exJ. S. Haselden, proprietor of the 'THE SQUARE." year old and upwards, non winners of perience on the detective force. He place is fitted out with comfortable Lancaster Bottling Works, is making a chairs ar.d the tables are strewn with two races in 1014, six furlongs, purse was well acquainted with Lieutenant great success with a number of drinks The city council secured another race, for three year old and Becker, the police officer now under the current literature of the day, in$150. third made at his plant. He delivers many small consignment of crude oil, which upwards, purse, $200. Second day, the death sentence for conspiracy in cluding the latest and most instructive cases of goods in Danville and custo has been used on the public magazines. square, purse $150, for maidens 3 year old Checker. "Rook" and and the killing of the gambler Rosenthal, mers are delighted. He had purchased spots here and there which other games are indulged in ami those needed it upwards, second race, purse $150, three knew the, dead gambler and also the who a large auto truck which makes several are being touched up, are so lucky as to have the "enand the main year old and upwards, which have not four gunmen who have already gone to trips to this city every week. Dan- thoroughfares of the city tree" derive much pleasure from their are now ab- won a race since April 23rd 1914 ville Messenger. one the chair for his murder. solutely free from the dust nuisance. visits there. It goes without saying, mile, third race, purse $200. for two The people of Lancaster never before and everyone knows that the Masons The Covington Tigers defeated the year ods, five furlongs. Third day, NOW IS THE TIME would neither countenance or allow Lancaster Eclipse Base ball team last fully realized the comfort of being free first race, purse $150. for two year old anything unseemly in an institution week, in Covington by a score of 2 to 1 from this discomfort, and the city maidens, those never placed second, five When the contest started it was council is certainly deserving of a vote furlongs, second race, purse $150. three CRAB ORCHARD THE PLACE under their supervision, so of course of thanks for their efforts. in and out until the first of the eighth there is nothing but innocent amuseyear old and upwards, non winners at In thf:se strenous days of politics ment. Any deviation from the rules inning when Covington made one run this meeting, third race, purse $200, woman suffrage, eugenics, sanitation in this regard would meet with the which was the first run of the game VICTIM OF for three year olds and upwards, six and the daily grind, something more ELECTRIC prompt disbarment from the privileges then on the last part of the eight, Lan. furlo-igsthan medicine is needed to relieve the of the club of the member guilty of caster lucked upon her only run saving LIGHT WIRE IMPROVING tired body and mind. Crab Orchard is such infringement. herself from a shut out. RICHARDSON. the place to seek environment and assoMr R. F. Taylor who was injured by ciations that are in harmony with rest an eleetric light wire last week, resultMrs. J. C. Robinson of this city has GARRARD HORSE WINS. ing in the breaking of his right leg. had information of the death of her ?nd pleasure. Nature has endowed Crab Orchard Springs with hills, vales. In the roadster class at Harrodsburg is improving slowly. Mr. Charles M. RichardHis injury is brother-in-lalast Tuesday, with seven entries and all a very painful one and it will be son at the St. Joseph Hospital in Lex- meadows, brooks, lakes, picturesque-nes- s good ones, Bondale owned and trained several in a sublime degree, even the birds weeks before he will be able to ington on last Monday evening. Mr. sing sweetest NOT by Forest Stapp of this city won easily. be about again. He has been there, add to this the removed Richardson was well known here as he wonderful health giving waters and Bondale is considered the best horse of to the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. married Miss Lizzie Sweeney, the a delightful his class out this season and promises J. W. Pumphrey. and it eoes without youngest daughter gathering of people and IS of the late Mr. STATEMENT OF EX-GOwhat more could one to win quite a neat sum for his popular saying that he will receive the very Jesse G. Sweeney of this place and was ter is well represented ask for. Lancasowner, as he will ba shown through the best attention at the hands of there now.asshe this a frequent visitor here at his wife's always BECKHAM. is at this season of the year, entire circuit this summer. He will splendid lady. former home through quite a number and those who are there, together with start again Friday at. Harrodsburg. of vears; as he had qeen in declining IN HIS SPEECH HERE MONDAY those who have gone before, attest to BIG PICNIC AND AVIATION health from a complication of diseases kind and courteous treatment and all Referring To The Senatorial Race. for some time his death was not unBOTH GARRARD COUNTY goes to make a delightful outing. expected; the remains were taken to that MEET TO BE HELD IN Beckham addressed the Somerset where a funeral service was TEAMS WIN ON LAST court day crowd here Monday in behalf held Wednesday afternoon at the home TEACHERS GUARD THE of his candidacy for the Democratic of his sister, Mrs. Lula Girdler, after DANVILLE IN LIEU which the interment followed in the Hi HEALTH OF YODR PUPILS nomination for United States Senator. His Garrard county following which is cemetery. Somerset The ball games on last Saturday reby no means insignificant, was well OF FAIR. Mr. C. M. Richardson was the son By Looking Well To The Source sulted in Paint Lick defeating Berea by augmented by number of his fnends of tne late Mr. John Richardson of a score of 11 to 3, and Point Leavell deOf Your Water Supply. and admirers from Boyle, Lincoln and After deciding to call of their stock Somerset and spent the greater part of feating White Station by a score of 8 adjoining counties, and a splendid to 4. Paint Lick and Point Leavell will fair and finding themselves with a choice his life in the Pulaski Capital, though try conclusions on the grounds of the lot of attractions booked, Danville de- having removed a few years ago with The rural schools of the county begin crowd greeted him. A band, kindly cided to give the people an opportunity his family to Lexington; he was a on next Monday, and it would be not donated by a tent show which is play latter on next Saturday afternoon. to see these amusements. Thev have popular travelling salesman and had only a splendid precautionary measure, ing Lancaster this week, enlivened the therefore advertised a big picnic and many friends throughout this entire but an act of justice, both to themsel- crowd with several numbers preceding WILL PROBATED. aviation meet for three days, Aug. 5, section, his geniality and gracious ad- ves and their pupils, for the various the speaking. Mr. Beckham wa3 introduced by ex- The will of the late John Meadows 6 and 7th, the three days upon which dress contributing to an attractive teachers to look into the source of the water supply for their schools, Have I representative Samuel D. Cochran, and was admitted to probated in the county it was originally intended to hold the personality. court on last Monday. Mr Meadows fair, at which time all the attractions He leaves a wife, two half grown the trustees see that the water which for one and one half hours was listened left his entire estate, both real and per- originally booked for the fair, together sons, George anu John liicharuson, two is to be used in the school room comes to with the best attention, and his sonal to his wife during her life or with many others will ba seen. Includ- sisters, Mrs, James Yantis, of this from a reliable source, that it is free i speech was frequently interrupted by widowhood, and at the expiration of ed in the list is an ascension by an air- county, and Mrs. Lulu Girdler of from germs, and is pure and wholesome, the applause of his hearers. Gov is the season of the year for ty- - Creary. who occupies a warm spot in her widowhood or her death, it was to ship each day. The admission will be Somerset; he was a nephew of Mr. go to his children. Mr Meodows owned only 25 cents, and large crowds will Charles Adams of Louisville i.nd Mr. phuid fever, and one case in the school I the hearts of no inconsiderable number might emanate from a general source of the democrats of Garrard county, a good farm near Hyattsville. His sons doubtless attend. Joshua Adams of Danville. and an epidemic of this dreadful malady I was summarily dismissed with the J. Crit and Adcil Meadows, were named, The friends and relatives here at her as executors without bond. statement that "Gov. McCreary is not t girlhood home extend the deepest result. BIG STORM ON SUNDAY This i3 a measure that is too often in it, anyone who may have intended sympathy to Mrs. Richardson in this IT'S A LOT OF HONEY BOB. Does Considerable Damage In County. great bereavement that she has been disregarded among the rural schools. voting for him had as well vote for me". The children are sent "for a bucket of The following of Gov. McCreary are by Monday's Courier Journal contained Garrard County was visited by one called upon to sustain. water" and the teacher neither knows no means taking kindlv to this state a splendid likenessof R. L. Davidson of the heaviest rain storms on last He went or cares from whence it comes. They ment from Mr- - Beckham. of Tulsa Okla, but formerly a Lancas- Sunday afternoon in years. may get it from a contaminated spring after Congressman Stanley along about In the ter boy, together with the information north eastern part of the county conor some other unreliable source, disease the same lines as has been his habit, that he "had been offered $150,000 for siderable damage was done, and the breaks out as the result, ane probably denouncing him for his alleged failure TAKES DECIDED FLIER land holdings in Oklahoma containing a waters were higher than they have lives are sacrificed to carelessness. At to prosecute the whiskey trust, when recent 'gusher' ". been in several years. Between Fonso many of the school houses in the county he claimed to be so active against all As Result Of Foreign War Scare. $150,000 is a whole lot of money and station and Lowell the tracks of the L. there are cisterns; cistern water is gen trusts. His speech varied only slightly a recollection of the outcome of oil & N. railroad were washed out and it As a result of the portending general erally speaking, pure and wholesome. and not materially from those he has negotiations bv a lot of his friends here required the all night labors of several European war. wheat went skyward but a cistern that has remained unused been accustomed to make, and while at home several years ago might cause gangs of section men, and ten car loads yesterday and as a result fortunes were for a period of several months is most asserting that he was espousing the Bob to seriously consider the offer. of screenings, to repair the damage. made and lost in the wheat pits in the assuredly, to say the least of it, doubt- cause of temperance, and that was one The excursion from Cincinnati, due twinkling of an eye. On the Chicago ful as to purity. Cistern water to be of the issues of his campaign, he failed here at midnight, did not get in until Board of Trade one men cleaned up a good and pure must be agitated, the ts be specific about the particular brand HANDSOME PIANO 6 o'clock Monday morning. Lightning neat little fortune of $25,000 in five pump must be in daily use, and if it is of. temperance he espoused. He did struck the dwelling of Mr. C. C. Sow-d- minutes time. On that market alone not, the water is liable to become con not state whether he was in favor of OFFERED BY near Point Leavell, and besides a transactions amounting to 100,000,000 taminated, and while to all appearances, the Hobson Resolution, State Wide, or MR. R. S. BROWN WON BY METHODIST severe scare to the family, little dam bushels were had during the days trad and to the taste, wholesome and pure, county wide prohibition, local option age waa done. Mr. Will Palmer lost a ing, prices rising from 8J to 9J cents may be reeking with tvphoid or other or what not. In fact his hearers are CHURCH mule and Mr. J. C. Gastineau a calf by per bushel. Corn also took a rise tho germs. just as much in doubt as to his views lightning. Further down the creek not so sharply as wheat. Provisions in It is a matter of small trouble and on the liquor question as they were beAfter Spirited Contest. several horses, cattle and hogs were sympathy with the" cereals also showed no expense beyond the postage to have fore hearing him. He dwelt at length upon his own the water analyzed before using it, and The handsome piano offered as a drowned. Corn and tobacco was beaten a decided strength. . Governor of The probability of the complete stop it would be a good idea to have water achievement while prize to the church, fraternal organiza- down and severely damaged, wheat tion or individual receiving the most stacks were decapitated and scattered page of the, exporting of wheat from from all proposed sources of supply for Kentucky, pointing with pride to the votes at his store, was won by the about, fences, water gates were wash- Russia was the principal factor tend the schools, especially from these un- splendid new Capitol building, and takMethodist church. The contest closed ed away and land severely washed. Mr. ing to cause the rises, and this coupled used cisterns, sent to the State College ing unto himself credit for all the at 10 o'clock on last Saturdry night, Ben Kelly on the Kirksville pike esti- with the probability of this country fat Lexington for analysis before useing. temperance measures now upon the Ifmay save the'lives of some of your statutes books of the state. called upon ana tne closing nours were nusy ones mates his loss through washing of land wquld in all probability-bMr. Beckham has a large following for the various contestants, the contest and destruction of crops at $2000. In to. furnish provision for the contending children, or it may prevent an epidem'is growing very spirited between the the immediate vicinity of Lancaster armies in one of the world's greatest of disease. The remedy is a simple in Garrard county, and the splendid thinjE shduld' be i mperative ciowd which greeted him attested to church people and several young lady the rain was a splendid one and was wars, gave a decided strong tone, to all one. 6rif-his popularity. not accompanied by any damage. or at least is well worth trying. foodstuffs. contsstanta. EX-MAY- HOW THEY STAND. .vr --, ..... I an. sl-n- cil "GOV. MCCREARY IN IT" IS . Mc-Th- is AMERICAN WHEAT er e - ?JC Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday July 30 1914. PEE nature and envy their more fortunate sisters. If your hair is not fluffy, soft and lustrous: is falling out, streaked, faded, brittle, or full of dandruff and -- T if the scalp itches, do not think it must pretty hair is alwavs be that way,-fi? only a matter of cre and proper nourishment of the hair roots. 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GO TO CHURCH MAKE AN OCCASIONAL NOW THAT THE GAGEMENT FOR "AFTER CHURCH SUNDAY." GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT HAS HAD A HEALTHY START KEEP IT MOVING. DON'T LET IT DIE OUT. WHENEVER AN CHURCH ATITEM IN THE NEWSPAPERS ON INCREASED TENDANCE OR THE GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT STRIKES YOUR EYE CALL YOUR NEIGHBOR'S ATTENTION TO IT. Always be quick to RUSn TO THE DEFENSE of the church and churchgoing. There are always to be found in every community persons ever ready to make a joke of the church, churchGo after these persons. goers and the churchgoing movement. Don't let them get away with it. If you can't convince them that the church and churchgoers are all right make them cease their insults. There is too much fun poked at the church these days. Even the churchgoing man is tempted to join in the laugh which greets some cheap joker who attacks sacred things. Honor to the man who rebuffs the cheap wit. Secretly his fellows will admire him for it. GO TO CHURCH next Sunday! GO TO CHURCH every Sunday! TJe a missionary by getting your neighbor to GO TO CHURCH! 11'mM UlClHWgFHU' f mmbSt PB5 ggflI I S22ZZ:23! yJh iflwHBJIiHBtfyS H J5 -r.-- SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION I 1 $ i I I 5 ClftlCHtifflATi AND RETyH!ai RE-NU-L- to-da- y, untiay, August 2nd. RE-NU-L- I Sfl.gQ RUWKS! o. b. a aP. & &torme; Round Trip SPECIAL 7RAIF2 Leaves EESElSSaEZIEGE!' P ?3J2EH123EIH23ElS3EEEaBIBEEH HAMILTON VALLEY. Mr. Charles Davis is visiting relatives in Indiana. JUNCTION 3I2:B3? ITY S:35a.m, c i ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Mrs. Charles Davis visited her sister Mrs. Ebb Bentlev Sunday. Crops are looking fine since we have been having much nice rain. Mrs. M. A. Hamilton is visiting her grand-so- n Mr. J. H. Hamilton. lBw5-'vw'-!$f- SrwSKS - to 'I'p u rnW Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for the longest period of jears. There is no secret in the notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagon which has not been under shelter from one to two years. The axles and the spokes of the wheels are hickory; the hounds, bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the care which is taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. air-dri- ed &&Ws i&y&tt; wwm nil III MkkMM flu uUB PHONE 27. BRYA;TSVILLE, Ky. SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE g h $1,000 Light Harness Stake Student's Judgins Contest ,000 P.cidster Stake Farmer Boys' Encampment 1 TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed end Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork fft CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND 55nT"SP C ?. fca a CITS f fireworks I'I2rL.iI KIIEME- hlfitii Clan &JluL Jk Ri 1 IVe L W mfrMYAl 5 V V B Lai X. 6 5 Recaced Railroad Rates c- - Tot Ctttlo-u- c CLC1& end Entry Blaalc Adtlrcra V l 1 J 705 Paul Joaes Building, LOUISVILLE, iSrrTaFzrmzientti&ttSs: K. ft EVERY FARMER SHOULD' HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. Prof I. D. Hacker of Richmond spent the week's end with friends here Mrs. J. K. Daugherty, of Lexington When we buy in this quantity, our prices is expected this week to visit relatives. 'H Miss Mary Owsley, of Lancaster, is are bound to please. the guest of her grandmother Mrs. M. A. Hamilton. Miss Ann Scott Dietrich is visiting her aunt, Miss Elizabeth Dietrich, of Headache and Nervousness Cured. THEY ALL DEMAND IT Nicholasville. Paint Lick, Kentucky "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled Mr. and Mrs. Wood Hudson of LexLancaster Like Every City and Town in to all the praise I can give them," ington are guests of Mrs. Roy Williams writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, and Miss Jennie Lane. the Union, Receives It. N. Y. They have cured me of headMrs. Mary A, Hamilton has returnPeople with kidney ills want to be ache and nervousness and restored me ed from Louisville much improved after to my normal health." For sale by all cured. When one suffers the toi tures a several days treatment. of an aching back, relief is eagerly dealers. ji sought for. There are many remedies 1'AIM t.H'K FAIR DATES. KENTUCKY today that relieve, but not permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought Mr. and Mis. James Butner are re ille, Sopt- lasting results to thousands. Here is joicing over the arrival of a fine son. Anderson Lawrenceburg. Aug. proof of merit from this vicinity. Barren-GlasgSept. 30 Oct. 3. Little Mis3 Nettie Farmer of LanMrs. S. J. Hubble. Lancaster St., Boone Florei.ce.Aug caster is the guest of Miss Docia Met-cal- f. Stanford, Kv., says: "My kidneys have ille, Aug. long been troublesome and irregular in a i rw.Kii,rwJwirarfa. Breckenridge Hardinsburg, Mr. Jim Rucker, of Lexington, is the Tafc t fit I their work. My back ached constantly guest of his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. I. jj a"d sometime was so hin.o I could not C. Rucker. I can you've money to burn--yo- u Bullitt Shepherd-.-- . il!e. Aug. bind over without great effort. After Calloway Murray, Oct, Misses Ethel ana Emma Estridge jj !j burn it with a ton or so of motor Doan's Kidney Pills, my kidneys were Campbell Alexandri. Sept. 1.5. the guests of friends in Richmond is I normal, and the backache left. on Friday. The car the "steam-engine- " kind. Fai Carroll. Gallatin, Dean's Kidney Pills tunedupmvsystem I b Read Hudson & Hughes adv. on Owen Sanders, Aug. buciness man drives a Ford. It and I have since been enjoying good page 8. Christian Hopkiusville, Sept. 9 to Ifi it give5: him greatest service at smallhealth," Misses Ora and Ltna Estridge spent Oct. ?,. Pri'-50c, at all dealeis. Don't est cast and is dependable at all Cumberland Burkesville, Aug. simply ask for a kidney lemedy get Tuesday night in B vaa the guest of . Danviess U.vensboro relnties. times. More than five hundred Doan's Kidnev Pills the same that Mr. Jim Hurve Ralston who has been Fleming Ewing. Aug. 20 22. Mrs. Hubble had. Foster-Milbur- n Co. Franklin-Frankffifty thousand cars sold to date is ort. Sept. quite ill for several days is able to be Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Fulton-Fult- on, Sept. out again. Get proof of Ford supremacy. Graves Mayfield, .Vug. Miss Ray Rucker Davis of Campbells to-da- y. yours .IK. Hpiiioti Grayson Leitchfield. Aug. vi'le is the guest of her sister Miss Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runGeneva Rucker. Harkin Elizabethtown, Aug. about ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car sevHart-Ho- rse Cave, Sept. Miss Leilia Testes of Poor Ridge, at All accounts are now due. Please en fifty--- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Henry Eminence, Aug. tended church here Sunday. call and settle, as I need the money. Get catalog and particulars from Hopkins Madisonville, Aug. 4 S. Miss Rella Arnold. Mr. Hunter Ray had a work horse to Jefferson Buechel, Aug. E get into a sink hole and die recently. Mrs. Mary May or Enfield III, came The Madison Garage, Incorporated. Jessamine Nicholasville, Aug. Quite a number of people went to Friday to be the guest of her daughter, Richmond, Kv: KENTUCKY STATE Mrs. Woods Walker. High Bridge on an excursion Sunday. SEPT. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Misses Mary, Jane, Mattie and Estill The grain in this section was threshed Knox Barbour.'il.e. Sept. Walker left Monday for several weeks last week and all reported a good yield Larue Hodgenviiie, Sept. Mrs. Joseph Rogers, of Danville is stay at Mont Eagle Tenn. Laurel London, Aug. ..wn.T"i.inrhyi'il r "i igrrr-T- T ' ' w l ... .jhi. jmnu-a- r' Miss Jeanette Eldridge has returned with her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Grow. Lewis Vanceburg. Aug. from Richmond where slie has been a Lincoln-Stanfo- rd; Aug. Miss Millie Grow spent a part of the Madison-Ber- ea. July week with her nephews. Messrs Will student in the Ky State Normal. McCracken-Paduc- ah, Oct. Sirs. Roger Rucker and children of and Edd Grow. Lexington were the guests the past Monroe Tompkinsville, Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crank are rejoic Nelson Bardstown, Sept. ing over the arrival of a fine baby boy. week of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Pendleton Falmouth, Sept. Mrs. Tom Blake and son Thomas Jr. christened, Howard. Pulaski Somerset, Sept. of Houston Texas, arrived Wednesday Miss Mary Sherrow entertained a Robertson Mt. Vernon, Aug. W. number of young folks at a social at to be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. 1 41 SS 1 Rockeastle Brodhead, Aug. M. Eldridge. her home Saturday evening. Shelby Shelbyville,Aug. Mrs. A. B. Estridge, Miss Lula Mc- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow are very Spencer Taylorsville, Aug. proud of a fine girl who arrived on the Whorter, Messrs E. C. McWhorter and For private reasons I will have to give up farming; and will sell my Franklin. Simpson Roy Estridge motored to Richmond for 21st, christened Marie Logan. Tadd-Elkt- on. Oct. the day on Wednesday. mile of Crab Orchard, home place of 230 acres. This farm is in Mrs. Molly Watecs and brother Mr. Union Uniontown, Aug. Lyman, Bowman and Gordon White Jas. Mayfield, of Lexington are visit- of Mount Carmel III, are the guests of Webster Providence, Aug. adjoining the Fair Grounds and lands of J. "W. Guest. It has a brick ing relatives in this section this week. their cousins Mr. Edwin Walker and dwelling of six rooms, hall, porch, and cellar; a frame summer dining Elmo, the infant of Mr. and Mrs. sisters Misses Mary May and Elizabeth. Elverton Lemay died at her home Sunroom and kitchen attached; a good tenant house, two stock barns, a Mr. Edwin Walker and Miss Mary day morning after several days illness May. Walker were hosts on Wednesday $1,200 tobacco barn of 8 acres capacity.and all other necessary outInterment in Mr, Hebron cemetery afternoon at a tennis party in honor of The undersigned hereby warnMonday at 11 o'clock. The parents their cousin, Mr. John Falkner White. ing to all persons not to trespass upon buildings. have the sympathy of their many After a few sets were played it was our lands for any purpose whatever as This farm is in a high state of cultivation; 130 acres of river bottom land friends. declared a "love" game, and the young we will prosecute all offenders to ful this is fine corn, meadow, or grazing land; 100 acres of adapted to blue people repaired to the spacious front est extent of the law. Hunters and. grass, and is fine for tobacco, corn, wheat and other grain. porch where delicious refreshments Fishermen especially take notice. Dix river bounds it on the east, with two creeks running through the were served. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. springs, and a splendid bored well, of pure Iimestome farm, five never-failin- g J. W Sweeney Mrs. James B. Woods entertained Ed & N B Price W. G. Anderson water, at tRe door, which gives an abundance of stock water during the dryest at a lovely lawn party, on Saturday John M. Farra for 15 years afternoon in honor of her sister, Misi J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. seasons, which makes it an ideal stock farm. The Standard Sttn Kenedy B. M. Lear. Comfortable S. C. Henderson, Mary Noel of Danville. This farm can be nicely divided into two farms about 130 acres with W. S. Embry seats were placed about over theprettv A. J. Caddell, tenant house; and 100 acres with imptovements. lawn, and croquet formed a charming Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Liberal . terms Will sell as a whole or in two tracts, to suit purchasers. diversion for some of the young people. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. XT Misses Mary May Walker and Mattie S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. will be given. Seeding privileges given, and full possession January 1st. 1915. Woods Dresided over the nunch bowl J. C. Morgan. The Guaranteed Remedy and later a delicious ice course was We will add other namesjfor 25 cent R. E. McRoberts served. cash. le Read Hudson & Hughes adv. on page 8. Mr. and Mrs- - John Uroch visited Mr. and Mrs. James Henley. Sunday. HAMM A.CK Mr. and Mr.?. J. D. Carter are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. James Parson were Mis. G. S. Redwine who has been visiting his parents Sunday. very sick is some better at this writing. Mrs. .lennie Hall has been quite sick Little Miss Rosa Tinnher is visiting but is some better at this writing. her sister Mrs. IS. G. Smith of Carters-villWe had a nice rain here Sunday which has brightened up gardens, etc. Mr. Charles Pennington of Ohio is Miss Celia Pointer has returned home visiting relatives at Cartersville this from Richmond very much improved. week. Misses Nellie Deazley and Mary Ross Miss Dolly Kinnard is visiting her attended church at rair View bunuay. cousin Miss Lena Kinuard of Lowell Miss Martha Ross was home Satur this week. day and Sunday to see her mother and Little Miss Sarah Hammack visited sister. her cousin's Lizzie and Amelia Ham-mac- k Little Miss Amelia Hammock of last week. is visiting her cousin Sarah E. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington and J., Hammack. beautiful little daughter Fay Carmon Mrs. Sally McCreary and Mrs. Faulkare visiting relatives in Harrison, Ohio. ner Barnes of Carrollton, III., are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity e. Eleven Oar Loads I OF :S1 :tri':; jvpa II. C. Ruble mii in Cincinnati on business last week Several from here attended couitin Lancaster .Monday. Mrs. II. S. Christopher was a visitor in Lexington last week. Miss Ethyl Evans has returned from a pleasant visit at Wilmore. Read Hudson & Hughes adv. on page S. Bunaing Material. wm, ffiEBss2aELZ5j:: r r.3? ir Just . : -- received, Two Cars of Brick. Two cars of Sand, Two cars of rough Lumber. Two cars of Cement and Lime. Three Cars of Flooring, Ceiling, etc. Burnam & Rucker, 63- JrIMJlMJlIDX? "ZZZ1 m EEff Allen-Scottsv- 10-1- 2. 13-2- 1 ow, r.G-2- Boyle-Perryv- 12-1- 4. ta lrf-2- If J be.-am- e ty 11-1- 3. 1- -1. 5. 2d-2- 11-1- 25-2- 23-2- 18-2- 1. 12-1- 3. 23-2- FAIR-LOUISVI- LLE, 11-1- 9. 2-- 4. 0. 23-2- i ', ' 12-1- I 19-2- 29-3- i 5-- 2-- 2-- jnyg; iiiL 4. ripii I rnp 1- -2 f 5-- 7. 13-1- 4. 2G-2- is I if! !siLL 4-- 7. 3-- 3. 4-- 11-1- 5. p TED g-v- e I up-lan- d, D. D. D. Instant Beliei Skin Troubles R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard,Ky .t. 'A t "' v & . Ei'.fii-.''fc- k The Central Record, Thursday July 30, 1914 Page 3 X Knights $1,000 THE GREAT CHAMPION HERDS BRILLIANT, STARTLING, BEAUTIFUL, HIPPODROME SHOW Pythias Stake Colt Fair Stake A AT SHOW CIRCUIT Over Four Thousand Dollars Offered In Premiums SENSATIONAL ct Stanford, Ky., August 19th, 20th and 21st, 1914. Saddle $500 Harness Futurity This Year BEAUTIFUL SILVER CUP $100 Show Will Be Given Each Stupendous Six-ANight In the One Hundred Thousand Dollar Live Stock Pavilion at the 12th Annual Kentucky State Fair first time in America at the Kentucky State Fair. Straight from the London Hippodrome will come the Bellclair Brothers, sensational acrobats, who will introduce the most sensational feat ever witnessed In their line of acrobats, a flying hand stand catch. And, prettiest of all, will be the l Troupe of charming feminine artists and a musical accompaniment to the graceful feats they perform, and end their act with a charming novelty called "The Butterfly Scene." Special illuminations and dazzling costumes distinguish their turn. The free acts which will provide constant entertainment for Fair patrons on the ground will include the "thriller of the twentieth century," the leap of "Dare-dev-il Hurley" and Mile. La Belle, who rides down an incline of CO feet in a machine which leaps 25 feet through space and throws her hurtling toward a trapeze from which Hurley swings to catch her in full flight. The Kiltie Band of forty wonderful novelty musicians will be another spectacular adjunct to the Fair. This is rated as one of tho greatest Scotch Highlander aggregations in existence. and will be by far the most stupend ous and enjoyable musical feature the Fair has ever boasted. Other bands engaged are Day and Scally, of Louisville, and the Rice & Dore Marine Band, which will take prominent part In fair and street parades. There will be two or three other musical organi zations on the pay roll. 15-foBal-tendeath-defying Destined to be the best County Fair in Central Kentucky. Third Short Horns, Herefords, Polled DurAs the name Implies, the Hippoham and Aberdeen Angus Floral Hall. Poultry Show. Entries Annual Exhibition. drome show, to be given nightly in the Booked for Exhibition at $100,000 live stock pavilion, at the to the above Stakes close July 15. 1914. For further Kentucky State Fair. twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair, Information and Entry Blanks, Address Banner-Bearer- s I HOW ABOUT THAT I iBfll aNm SILO? ill I ! Sif I I "SAY" VI ta I W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Kentucky. Secretary. fpl---- -- ' IT 1 j5Hp Have You Bought A New Car ? your new car in our garage. KEEP are low. Service Is the best. You can rest 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 and open at all hours. Superlatives regarding the class of beef cattle to be exhibited at the twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair will find justification in the specimens to be on hand for the greatest exhibit In the fair history of the state. Over $4,000 is offered in premiums this year for beef cattle prize winners, and rich donations are listed from the American Short Horn, Hereford and Polled Durham Pedigree Record Associations. A beautiful silver cup will be offered for the best state exhibit in each of the four leading breeds of beef cattle Short Horns, Herefords, Polled Durham and Aberdeen Angus. Prizes will also be offered for the best exhibit made by members of the Baby Beef Cattle Clubs throughout the state All the best herds that make the Show Circuit of 1914 are expected to appear at the Kentucky State Tair. ""Friday afternoon, September 18, a parade of the prize winners in all the beef cattle classes will tike place in the live stock pavilion, the handsome animals decorated with brilliant ribbons indicating the awards they have won, showing in panorama the successful aggregate of the entire PRETENTIOUS WILL BE POULTRY SHOW The Finest Fowls and Prize Pigeons Lofts Feature of Country-Fame- d of Kentucky State Fair. Articles galore have been written regarding the amazing advance of the hen to a position of dignity and recognized importance in the commerce of the world and an agricultural exe lightly hibition without this regarded fowl would be as savorless as "soup without salt" or as ineffectual as "a ship without a rudder." And never has the value of the hen been more emphatically shown than In the importance of the poultry exhibit at a State or County Fair, and never will a Kentucky State Fair boast a greater or classier aggregation of fowls than the numerous breeds to go on exhibition at the twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair in September Over $1,000 in premiums has been offered for poultry and pigeons, and every known variety recognized by the American Standard of Perfection is given a class in this show. In addition to the classes for single birds there are premiums for breeding pens in all the most popular varieties. The prize classification has been arranged to suit the ideas of the pigeon fanciers both in and out of the state and as a whole Is now big enough and broad enough to attract any pigeon loft or squab farm In the country. Entries for tho poultry show close September 4. Three beautiful trophies are offered as special prizes in this department, one being given by the Maywood Poultry Farm, one by the Kentucky State Poultry Association, and one by the publishers of the Industrious Hen. one-tim14-1- 9. September will be a big one and the best, according to advance reports, that the fair management has ever secured. spectacles are All of the headliners and a sensation in the show world. The list Includes the wonderful and picturesque polar bear exhibition, in which a of these monster animals are put through an amazing series of turns by the world's greatest bear trainer, Herr Albers, of Germany. At the top of the great pavilion may be seen the Flying Thompsons, billed as "birds of the air." They are circus stars, who whirl themselves through space from trapeze to trapeze in a manner which causes the nerves of onlookers to tingle with excitement and wonder. A novelty is offered in the Eight Arabian Sons of the Desert, who juggle with their native weapons, do whirlwinds and tumbling and track acrobatics, sensational and amusing in the extreme. They appear in native garb and are a picturesque and pleasing feature. The Resue Troupe are called "demons on the wire," and prove their title by cake walking, dining, jumping feats the rope and other dare-dev..hile balanced high in the air on a ''ruder strand. The Resues are a foreign aggregation and appear for the 14-1- 9, half-dozen half-dozen il Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in price this coming winter. The Indiana Silo Co., had sold more Silos up to July 1st, than they sold all last year, and they are warning me to get my orders in as early as possible, for fear they would not be able to fill late orders. : ) I I! W. P. KINCAID, District Agent. Stanford, Ky. I I i fil 1L International Harvester Manure Spreaders DSS5 TLelHCLine GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES EVERY FAIR DAY IS A BIG FEATURE This one. autos. is a private garage, as well as a public We take the greatest care This saves you trouble. of private Entire Week of the Kentucky State Fair Lists An AllurPEERLESS TROTTERS, ing Array of Attractions PACERS AND RUNNERS Every day will be "feature day" at the Twelfth Annual Kentucky State and the afterFair, September noon and night sessions will round out an even dozen periods of delight. 14, is distin- Monday, September guished by the eclat of opening and the honor of being dedicated to women and children, by which token bargain terms are offered and both the fair sex and the kiddies admitted for 10 cents at entrance gates and to the big 25 cent Hippodrome Show at night, and to the whole bewildering aggregation of Rice & Dore Carnival featuress on the Midway for 5 cents both afternoon and night. The cooperation of Prof. Holland, superinof the Louisville public tendent schools has been sought and granted, and the pupils will be allowed a half holiday on the opening date of the Fair. Tuesday will be "Louisville Day" and all stores and business establishments will close at 1 o'clock. The $1,000 Roadster stakes will be the big feature Tuesday night and the most exciting event of the kind offered during the entire celebration. The premium will attract the best horses in the counh-- and Is the most popular contest listed. Mayor Buschemeyer, of Louisville, will be host of the day. Wednesday is dedicated to "Good Col. Roads and Eastern Kentucky.' Harry Summers, of Elizabethtown, and Senator Jos. F. Bosworth, of Middles-borwill be chairmen of the day. The cheap rates offered for this date are expected to attract big crowds from the section thus honored. The $1,000 Light Harness Stake programmed for Wednesday night will attract such s as Kentucky's Best, equine Astral King, Jack Barrymore, Rich-lie- u King and others of the finest caliber who will make their first appearance in this event prior to the feature of the whole Fair, the $3,000 Saddle Horse Stake listed for Friday, September 18. Thursday is Governors' and Indiana day, and the chief executives cf Kentucky and her neighboring state will be the guests of honor. A splendid horse show has been arranged for both afternoon and night of this day in the Hippodrome. Friday is Fraternal Day and the full membership of many lodges are expected to do honor to the date thus honoring them. The world's greatest saddle horse stake of $3,000 Friday night win make this the banner date of the entire week. Saturday Is "Big Feature .Day" and all over the grounds. In the Hippodrome and down the Midway sensations will be In order. The accorded clerks and office folks will naturally bring out a record crowd and the exclusive feature offered will be the thrilling flight of Linman, coln Beachey, the at 3 and 4:30 p. m. Beachey flies, rain, shine, blow, or calm, and not only g dip, spiral glide does a swoop, but makes and 14-1head-linerred-letthalf-holida- y death-defying earth-touchin- e his flights with machine downward. s Payne's firework? The production for 1914 entitled "The Battle of Mexico," in conjunction with a r spectacular circus, is a star feature secured by the Fair management and one which will nightly add to the myriad attractions of the top-sidworld-famouout-doo- KaJerf, Keepers INTERNATIONAL Harvester good a score of An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide lugs, insuring good traction unrims and der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. 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Premiums, Stakes and Trophies Offered in Racing Events at Kentucky State Fair. aid Gts Eaxues Tractert Maaars Spreaders Cream Separators Fans Waf as Mstor Tracks Tkreskers Gran Drill's Grinders Kali Grinders Binder Tvnw Ti Lancaster Home-comin- g The racing program for the twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair, Septemguarantees ber the liveliest, most interesting and inspiring series of events yet recorded at a like cele line-u- p bration and a of trotters, pacers and runners are in the line up for the splendid premiums 14-1record-breaking International Harvester Company of America irm New Albany Chaapiea ilntarMrueli HHirailue Otkorna Ind, Plus Dcerag HcCoraick Qolored Fair. AUGUST W. H. HARRIS, Pres. offered. 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. 'wjm) (xx0X0 1 be ac a xxexxx) 'xillJ ; UWaLaLa obile CJfL9 WONDER WORKS OF WOMANKIND To Be Exhibited In Lavish Array the Kentucky State Fair Winners Will Be Queens of Art, Needle and Culinary Realms. at I 1 Jf "WW "W X1 ATTiNTGN. i : When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where r prompt and satisfactory 8 services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Maevery respect :: chine Shop, which is modern in ; is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our Every art and craft known to the realms of femininity will be represented in the exhibition of handiwork to be shown at the twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair September The premium list for 1914 has been greatly enlarged and augmented, and tho result will doubtless be the most attractive showing in the history of the Fair. Tho exhibition this year will be in charge of Mrs. Thomas Smith, president of the State Federation of Women's Clubs and she will be assisted by the latter In charge of the arts and crafts department. Linens, embroideries, art work, laces, infant's outfits, all lines of culinary work and miscellaneous products will have full showing this year and the competition for the handsome prizes will be spirited. An award in this department means far more to the recipient than the monetary consideration, recording as it does the supremacy of the triumphant exhibitors over the most expert competitors in the entire state and preserving to posterity a proof of dexterity In either art, needle or culinary craft which is well worth striving for. 14-1- prices are reasonable. The Kentucky breeder of live stock can not bring his stock before the public attention better than by taking a premium at the Kentucky State Fair. Severe Attack of Colic Cured. There are six trotting and pacing stakes which will be of spectacular interest to horsemen. Four of these premiums are valued at $1,000 and two at $500 each. The four $1,000 stakes are for: 2:14 trotters. 2:11 pacers. 2:20 trotters. 2:20 pacers. The J5iM premiums are for 2 and trotters. The total number nominated for these stakes is 143, a listing of 25 per cent in excess of any like record in State Fair history. There are entries from Indiana, Ten nessee, Alabama, Georgia, as well as from Kentucky, and there will even be representatives from far off Xorth Dakota and California. U Forbes, the sensational year-olwho broke the world's half mile track record at the Kentucky State Fair last season, has been entered in the events. Other famous competitors are: John Jacob Astor 2:14Vi trotter Major rtussel 2:10 trotter Belle Ashland 2:104 trotter 2:11 Vi trotter Lizzie Brown Gordon Todd 2:074 trotter ' Howell 2:07H trotter Col. Forrest 2:07 pacer pacer 2:0S Our Doctor Bonnie Boy 2:0Sl4 pacer Jachin 2:10Vi pacer Possibility pacer 2:0S The program has been so arranged as to admit of two or three harness races eacn day and on the last day of the Fair will take place the most interesting event of all, the Gentleman's Cup itace, for which a magnificent trophy will be offered. The State Fair track is the fastest half mile track in the country and is annually the scene of the greatest speed and class trials in the 'United States. The class events will list &:09 pacers 2:12 trotters 2:13 pacers 2:15 trotters 2:17 pacers 2:18 trotters" 2:24 trotters 2:21 pacers The daily running races at the Fair will include some of the fastest and best horseflesh then stabling at Douglas Park in preparation for the Fall meeting which follows the week of the State Fair. With this commingling of the "Slate sport" and the social intercourse which is typical of the grand stand gatherings the track events at the Fair are by far the most popular and Important event of anyfeature aiding In this important and popular d yb-u-" Drink this i m and be refreshed! m ' Sr-t3M7r- t:. & V- - -- l f 1 Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment cool com-- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. I K m L Whenever of you see an Arrow think Coca-Co- la a. THE COCA-COL- A COMPANY ATT SMTA d A. .F V Schulz's Cut Flowers CSb Central Motor ' Car Co. i 135-1- 38 South Limestone. Lexington, - - Kentucky. E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely ill with colic. At the first store he came to the merchant recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it cured him. No one should leave home on a journey without a bottle of his preparation. For sale by all dealers. 1-- m FLORAL DESIGNS? 4hHa7 F. CASTOR I A J; For Infants and Children. he Kind Yon Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Onlrlrlv tvIIavm Tlfinm&Hm. flora Vna. 1u VaHHlnl. UlbBLUDi Itaslafttiat auu J1CIMM,UW nil kaalAana I,. j1. jt Dalai. Your montr back if It f alii to re- jioto anr acno in anr van 01 tuv boot fifteen mlnntei time. jrrUM eoe. At AM Jtrugguts. me ample waA eiralir ant ea nqvMt. All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers Phone 43 or 33-- &S & 342 Ea B0UR80N REMEDY COMPANY, Laxla.gtoa.KY. Mala St: ' All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. aV .'- -- Page 4 The Central Record discovered that some one had changed the list without the authority or consent of Mr. Ruble and replaced for the incorporated. Stanley men supporters of $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Beckham in every precinct except one leaving Mr. Stanley representated in J. . ROBINSON. Editor. one precinct only in the County. When R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. Mr. Ruble was notified of this fact he (Mice In Ijii'ca.ter, Ky., immediately came to town and called Entered at tlie l'ot the Board together and had the changes s Second Class Mull Mutter. made, giving each candidate a fair Member Kentucky Press Association representation. He secured, however, Ud this change after strong opposition and Eighth District Publishers League. considerable contention in the Board. J It has heretofore been the custom for Lancaster, Ky., July 30, 1914. the democratic commissioner to name the deinocratict officers and the re- p The Central Record, Thursday July 30 1914. CHAUTAUQUA N. Y. FARMERS UNION ,Csv-- NOTES. - NOT .SENATOR CAMDEN iai - ;-- 7i x '- (By Florence Christopher) Hosts At Big Barbecue Rates r or Political Announcements !officerafromIIat3 submitted and thls For Precinct and Citv Oilices . . S 5.00 is the lirst time that right has been ''or County Offices dertaken to be restricted to either the For Staie and District Offices.... 15.00 democratic or republican commissioner ' since the primary law was enacted and .10 ijt is fortunate for all parties that the adjusted. matter was satisfactorily Since a majority of the County committee are supporttrs of Mr. Stanley 10 and the election commissioner, Mr. Obituaries, per line .05 Ruble, is for him also, it was ap parently in th power of the Stanley Since the beginning of the Senatorial organization to get the advantage in primary the Record has printed the the election officers if his friends had news concerning the contest as fairly so desired, but it was their desire to Edi- treat all the candidates fairly and when as it was in our power to see it. torially we have made it known that this trick was discovered which would we preferred Congressman Stanley over have prevented Mr. Stanley from havGovernor McCr.'ary or ing representation in the election ofBeckham. Those newspapers and op- ficers except in one precinct tome stir ponents of Mr. Stanley, who ridiculed was created. Good leeling, however, the idea that he had a chance to win prevailed after the election officers the nomination, now admit t!iut tnere were changed. The following is the .1, is a real contett between him and list a3 finally agreed upon Mr. Beckham, himelf, Lancaster, Cjart House No. 1 Wesley Beckham. stated in his speech Monday that Gov- - Bourne rr.J Thotnps Arnold, Judges, vV. A. Doty, Snerilf and R. H. Batso.i, 10.-- McCr.ary was not in the race, i u ihe l.glit w.)s between hlni.vf and Clerk. tvii;y. Hie act will be Knonn, how- - East Paik Ko. 2. A. D. Ford and J. ev.j I. Doty, Judges, A, K Wuiker, Shenii up'i t'l? cluing of (h- - nV . u. u Te friends u Mi. rieekiuiui 'and Xoa!i Maree Cierk. . .irged his fceleitiou on account of Wet Park No. C. Jamds Clark and nieasur- - lieniy .Moure Judged. Boy Brojddus, !. j.nectii.! with anti-Iiquthat in iiio seecles .Sheriff and F. G. Hurt, Cieik. to a .l he VVest Bryantsvillu No. 4. Spilicr as h;s chief claim to democratic support. l' .piMUou tj this claim he is charged Lane. un B. B. Montgomery, Judges, v. t.i uuing U' closely connected and j Ben Mullins.. shcrilF and Green Rowland ' jug, Clerl:. .j. utleu with the corpa.-i.li.viL'jst Brya::tsville No. 5 B. F. Robin t " . w represent the people as the t.i.uiub. M". lieckhjim uill not and son and R. Browning, Judges, Ben ii- -s niL niaj.' ar.y promises as to his llolcouib. Sheriff and tfogan Ballard, fdiurc position upon temperance meas-jre- Clerk. Jir Stanley denies that he'has any Buckeye No. 6 John Amon and EJ. . in Jtiy way with tne tajuar Chandler, Judges, Alex Miles, SherilF ir.tei e- -t a.... .s a plea for support of anJ Porter Wearrea Clerk. tr. iLraajrais oi Kentucky presents his Walkers Nj. 7 Sim Wheeler and J. icjo.xi in Congress. It can not H. Posey. Judges, P. E. Foley, SheiilT si oy any lair minded person and Zack Simpson, Clerk. Oo that Tr. Stanley has not made an hon- - Paint Lick No. $ t.R. Slavin and W. e- -i i il jhuiiiji representative, mat , u. Wynn, juuges, j. waae waiuer, accomplished extraoitlinary Sheriff and W. L. Cctrman, Clerk. he .ia i Union No. 9. Ebb Cooley and J. H. .s lur to people in his light against t ie Harvester 'trust, Toojcco Tnist McQuerry, Judges, J. W. Tatem, aiu 'tei 'trust and legislation result- - ' Sheriff and Jack Edwards, CUrk. " in;; Irom ins eti'orts and his work has btt-iK'iieiciai tj everybody, must be '"!? art APPH 11?! PPlJJf While undertaking to treat KjAAv conceeded. .Jr. Ueckliam witli due fairness we do The capacity of the hotel and cottage not thmk his connection wit': legislation rows were fully tried the past week whne Governor of Kentucky and his and parties galore are booked fcr the subsequent identification with the cor- - j next ten days. poi ate interests of the State indicate! The Tango Mask Ball is exciting no that he luis tae sympathy and interest ; end of interest and promises to be tne . i : ie masges of the people as uoes the chief affair of th season. It will take tvuiilof Mr. Stanley. We Uu'uk there place Saturday evening, August Sth. ait oiuer qoeations ior aeniocrais io iise .'onlly buss btill conuescenu.to as well ble ht the gandy fliei, and the patrons of this popular resort are proportionally proud tj see the great platter. of brown . or harmony , nd good of the county . necessary That this pninary elee- - fellows cecorating the festive board. Motonng parties and the tennis court n be coveted fairly and the vote our ideal unted 8a cast. The elation crook fVe constal?t Beaton and hosts, remain as ever most genial bom- . v Ltaked u(on good iKJople!' ' The register discloses tne nam-t:.- y oilier cramnal and stoul i bo so es of folks we know and an'ong tiicin ..ivd in the adn.inutrat.on of the law. .o being several democratic caidi-jar5- " , xjuiantei-- , air iinu 2r. j . . ivuu- io for toe saoie oftice and tht-- demo-- i inson, J. R. Pierce, Will Hopper, J. S. permitted to h...e two .ais onlv Haseltkn. R. II. Tomlinson. W. B. i. .icxrs at each poll it was impossible Mr-- an1 Mrs- - Logan Hubble. tm ihe coauniwiioBers to give all rep- - j Iiurto. Stanford. Mr. and Mis. Phillips, Mrs. i sintation in each precinct in officers. Nancy i'eager, Mrs. T'lose ijersocs who have been appointed Yer.ger and Miss Adelia Woods and Mis3 Woods, S. J. i . etio-- i tffice:-and act lire caarged S. J. Kan is Jr., Mrs. Gtcrge h the moral and legal responsibility Carson, Moiiday. gets the vote" that each t t ..vt for him. Nothiug so disturbs parJk7ft fis7Ai&7 ty harmony and breaks up party organi- -. ) I ..uon as does fraudulent elections and . DRAWING LARGE CROWDS. i l. jpe that the democrats of Garrard j in o uiity wiii not become so partisan The W. I. Swain Siiow Co., which ti eir'eilorts fur taear rosiwctiv- - choice. lijulifs first Jww hiR!: Moml:iv niirht will council or resort to that ther ' . .: :n i ...i. till: ..... ... illlM Will CL'IaUUtJ Ull .i IH1UU1II1 .1... V.'UCA, A democrat havmui unfair method , , . i la large , . ana , . uiiU.n.K , , taken part :u a pr.Mary ts honor bound . t iiiiu is i;uiiuc.t.:w whoever he Clonus. ix a itzmuu tu-'to support th nomi.i-e- , have qiiitc a , unti n u ifaii method si)oukJ with this troup i:id ' . rej)etoire of i;cod plays, eacn perfoi f,e -- sed that a u'd .ve any tn:e an exJaact. iTi'vi'ig a drawing card, 10- i j.,e to aithho! j iiis support from the nipht "The Sporting Deacon", Friday in Stuu dav's primary. night. '"House of a Thousand Candles" afternoon and with a matinee SaturJ-iclosin-- j performance Sa'.arday night ar ' s. i I I t!-T for Calls, per line Tor Cards, per line for all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 The program for last week held many attractive features. The Chaplin of the week was Dr. C. F. Wishart' of the Second Presbyterian Church, Chicago, a well known minister of scholarly type, whose sermons are masterpieces. The lecture series of the week was in the hands of President Hullev ot John B. Stetson University. De Land Florida. His subject was "American Popular Poetry" with a discussion each day of "Longfellow the Firesiae Poet" "Lowell the New England Idealest", "Riley the Burns of America", "Field, the Poet Laureate of Childhood", and "Joel Chandler Harris and Southern Childhood." President Hulley is an extremely popular lecturer. He is in great demand all ever the country. One attraction of last week was the celebration of D. A. R. Dav on Wednesday July 22. The addres3 was delivered by Mrs. William Cumming Story President General of the U. A. R. Preceding the exercises a natriotic conceit wa given. Mrs. Story was given the Chautauqua satute. Saturday was a notable day for the reason that it brought to Chautauqua John Purroy Mitchell, the mayor of New York City, who spoke on "The City and the State Constitution". Mr. Mitchel's coming is particularly interesting on account of the intimation .l that he may be candidate for governor of the State of New York. In his addiess he dwelt particularly with questions of "Home Rule for Cities". Mayor Mitchell is one o. the youngest men ever elected to so high an office. This week is Music Festival Week with a splendid program of choral and orchestral v.ork with the full choir solii.ts, Chautauqua Orchestra and the Schubert Club of Shuesto'dy N. Y. The weather here is delightful. Since last writing, more people from Centiul Ky have registered. Among the number. Misses-ElizSmith and Dolia Tirder. aWilson-administratioa The report appearing in the columns of many of the papers of the state last week, the Record among the number, that Senator Johnson N. Camden would be host at a big barbecue on his Wood- ford county estate on last Tuesday, was erroneous. Senator Camden was not present at the barbecue which was given under the auspices of the Farmers Union, About 5000 people were pre-- 1 sent. , t i - " " 1 -- A. k- - liS J"T ' j :ssa, im .;.; -J- -- :. ( ' T.il r - "Z&M "h" ?swisa.3iai r fd'zSz'itwmr 3lr3Jinii:5 i- -N i .". j 7rr-L- - - - ...'Zic:um.'ijir 'jvii ..- wr - rz ' M' j Q. r X - -- SENATOR FARRIS1 IfETTLE: 14CZ-TILL fiMi i Hi i ,: " GOES AFTER BECKHAM. , COPPER- COFFEE-POT- - The following to the Danville Advo- cate makes interesting reading, in view ( of the fact that Mr. Beckham takes all credit for all the temperance legislation that was passed by the General As sembly of Kentucky during his admin istration as Governor. Frankfort, Ky., July, 1914. Editor Advoc-ite- : I have been informed thrt Gov. J. C. W. Beckham in his speech in Danville last Saturday afternoon took all credit for the passage of temperance legislation during his administration, without giving any credit whatever to either the Senate or House of Representative for their work. For two terms, of eight years, I represented the Senatorial district com- I posed of Boyle. Casey, Lincoln and Garrard counties in the Kentucky Sen-- 1 ate. My one great purpose during all by service, as the voters of my district thoroughly understand, was to place upon Nie statute books temperance legislation. I agitated the liquor question constantly in the Legislature anJ after eight years constant, agitation anJ effort I finally aroused the people who btcod for temperance and they began to send temperance men to the Legislature. During the Legislature of 190-1- , I made rnv greatest effort to have adoptGov Becked the County Unit bill. I did my ham was then Governor. best to secure his influence toward the passage of my law and I want to say CLOUD that he opposed it and did everything in his power to prohibit its passage. HOVERS OVER ALL EUROPE, The temperance ueople finally succeeded in running my "blind tiger bill IT'S BREAKING WOULD PROBABLY s , fl - X Mai!f.!.i?rTiBis wsntimM .1 'I. ,, ... !',!' 1.V11 illtiillitiPi.'''1-'!:'W r t,i IMi lin ,"!,. :A f. i' ?F3riA - rMmm ihlffle :IH Bit! ji - i .im.ii..j'm4J.i anlflLL-Kf.- iKPESB :Ef,.VY!:fiR3LElZEDfAifiIrl5Pf1 P?1N5 Wl kysJL fews an invitation tc vitu DEMJ - We extend yo-- a COOKING e? T1TT? - ;' !" zttV oir Ltcre durirg ON tptw - fi, spec, si a !i z-- i t. f- - iViMJJLLD - VIC - KANl A. l fy & r J. A ' M1 Hot Coffee and Biscuits seryed ir "" :One FREE Week umy- Monday, $8.00 Aug- 3rd to Aug. 8th. Set of Ware Free ;vHh each range sold during the Demor.sirstion. Children's Day, Tuesday between 3 and 5 p. m. WAR Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. M through." Mean Greatest War Of Modern Times. jjU.ntV dlllll0. ' pro'-.iUtio- n leifi-lats- , L .f in ' . The assassination of the Crown Prince of Austria and his consort, presumably by Servians, and the refusal of Servia to apologize or make amends, will probably prove the last straw, and will culminate in war betweea these two countries, who have long been at dag- gers points The conflict once started will in all probability draw into it the leading powers of Europe on one .side or the other and one of the bloodiest wars of modern times result. Great Britian, France and Germany aie Striving to settle the differences by mediation, but the success of their endeavors teems unlikely, and hostilities are said to have already commenced. Engagements are said to have already commenced along tne Danube between the Austrians and the Servians, but this report lacks conlirmation. . Should the conflict tegin in earnest nearly 19,000,003 soldiers will form the line up of tie two opposing annip.s, Euio-peu- n priided the threatened nations take part. The probable mie up of the nations involved with their respective fighting strength is as follov.-s-: The Beckham forces charged that I Demowas a Prohibitionist and not crat and the Beckham speaker, instead of referring my bill to the Committee on Religion ana Morals in the House, which would have reported it favorably referred it to another committee where Beckham men predominated and the bill was held up. During the two years following that session, Gov. Beckham realizing, as I believe, that there are more "dry" votes in Kentucky than "wet" votes, and furth'er realizing unmistakably that the county unit legislation was ab solutely inevitable, declared for the legislation and signed the Carmack bill, which was my bill with few exceptions. I understand also that Gov, Beckham stated in ms speech tnat whiskey in terests are backing Gov. McCreary in I am helping to his race. anti-lique k-i0&&dk-- THE INDICTMEN K Jl JL ! to say tint if he were allied with the whiskey interests l would drop him h like a hot cake. I absolutely know that he 13 not. GEORGE T. FARRIS. V n-i- ' f .. till i h .v4sr .. i m k , Backing Servia: Russia France, England : 5,300,000 men 4.000,000 men 720,000 men YOUMG Please hasa us that lar. DECLARES dol- - CAMDEN can-didat- mm drm Total 10,230,000 men Austria and her allies: Geimany o,'200.G00 men ( Italy 1.2CO.O00 men . Austria 2,000,(;u0 men Cnn Ui rnn iU ir FOE BRYAN. Gen. Bennett j !sp"-WSF-. " ? i'j j I M ,. ,.,..y 1 Li.-- .'.l-.f- ce ELECTION OFFICERS SE- LECTED FOS PRIMARY Lccg CectcotwK Betore .tT I'?: igreenient. is ' Danvtto Oficers Decide lo Have Air- Reached Oh Democratic Oficeas C7 The Three Gala Days Consisting of ship Fliglils Midway Etc. Shows Beard. After a contention which lasted a half umpire with the sheriff a big Ferris wheel and many man of the Board. It is generally ' attractions, known that Mr. Ruble is, a great other There will be no Fair, or exhibition admirer and strong supporter-- of Con- -i gressman A' O. Stanley, but desiring of stock. The principal feature will picnic each day. to see a fairly conducted primary he be an will be opened at one o'clock, had ceveral days ago selected from a , The gates i:. f om Emitted hv renresenta-- 1 P- - m. and the admission price twentyfive cents- - This will be an occasion tivps of Beckham and Stanley, six of good time, to for an ficers for each one of the candidates, gether with an opportunity to see the ofthere being eighteen democratic! great air ship and other good shows. ficers in the County, andhad delivered the paper, giving to the republicans Please hand us that doL auch officers as were asked for by the party authority. On Tuesday it wai lar.' day on Tuesday the election At a meeting of the directors of the officers to serve at the primary were Danville Fair Association, it was de- finally named by the election commis sicners, in which all the candidates dded to give a three days' exhibition for the long term on the democratic ct alrsIP nights on the grounds of the o, ticket get representation. The Board association on August by o. anu 1. m the Dest avia-o- f addition to the flights of election commissioners is composed r in America, there will be a big democrat, Mr. J. B. Ruble and one high-clasone republican, Judge Lewis L. Walker Midway consisting of many and chair- -' innocent shows. There will be a merry as s, F. Young, speaking at Madisonville in behalf of his can- Total 8.400,000 men lhe situation in a nutshell is as fol- - didacy for the short tarm, said: "It ows, and while every effort is being has been persistently and continuously 1 i! '' bint by friendly powers to bring about charged, and never denied, that Hon. Johnson N. Camden, .iow candidate for s, an amicable .settlement of the dill'eien-cethe United States Senate for the short war seems inevitable. Austria: Refuses to pailey fuither term, recused to vote for William Jennings Bryan in 1SSW, 1900 and 1903, with Servia. FOR CONGRESSMAN AND J. C. W. BECKHAM FOR UK1TEIJ STATK5 'SUPPORT ' CALKIi . y Servia: Prepares to resist invasion, when Mr. Bryan was the Democratic voters sent out by the i:ev. . A. yaizner, bBprinteaaent ot :;i::."ATOR" Instructions to L'venth Lhsti-ie-t standard bearer for the Presidency. and looks to Russia for aid. League, under date of July S, 1914. Ruscia: Mobilizes army and serves Twenty days ago I oublicly stated this unofficial notice that Vustria must not and advised Mr. Camden that if he would deny the charge I would take invade Servia. . T1 fullest opportunity in every speech I Italj : Assures Austria she will abide Isesi iiaTriises uy ttnns of triple alliance-meanin- g she made to right him in this regard. NothIf you have ever used will help Austria if Russia aids Seryia. ing has come from him on the subject. Mr. Camden could not afford to Colic. Cholera and DiitIt en Remedy "If Germany: Seeks to localize the conyou know that it is a success. Sam F. flict by inducing Russia to hold aloof, vote for Mr. Bryan when three times nominated bv his party for the Guin, Whatley. Ala., write.", VI had but unofficially announces she will aid Presidency, can the Democrats of measles and got caught out in the rain, Austria if Russia helps Servia. and it settled in my stomach and France: Holds army and navy in read- Kentucky afford now to vote for Mr. bowels. I had an awful time, and had Mr. Burnelt Says Wonderful Treataeal Such letters come from all parts of Camden for the United States Senate? counter-attac- k iness and prepared for may be true that Mr. Camden in it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, the country. This remedy is known "It on Germany in event of latter entering Saved His Life With Few Doses. e'erywhere for its remarkable results. 1911 and 1912 paid to the campaign Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could conflict. Mayr's Wonderful S mach Remedy funds the fabulous sum of $15,000, but not possibly have lived but a few hours England: Least agitated of European longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am Horace Burnett of Somerset Ky., ; clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac- 3nd can he, when refusing to support the Powers; calls on Germany, France It party leaders, win the votes of Democ- now strong and well" For sale by all was a sufferer from Stomach disorders cretions a,nd poisonous matter. Italy to mediate. " dealers. for a long time. His condition became brings swift relief ti sufferers from with Franz Josef not rats by contributions to campaign exVatican: Pleads though these be large highly ferious and he feared an" opera- ailments of the stomach,- liver and bowto stain last years of his reign with penses, even els. Many declare it ha3 saved them enough to stagger belief? tion. blood. "As to what party Mr. Camden beHe took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach from dangerous operations and many longed before 1911 there is no record. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Remedy and got swift results. In a are sure it has saved their lives. Cured of Indigestion. APPLICATIONS, as Because of the remarkable success of He made no .speeches, he helped in no with LOCAL the seat of the disease. they letter telling eis experience he wrote: CaMrs. Sadie P. Clawsori. Indiana, Pa., canvasses. As far as the public knows cannot isreach a blood or constitutional disease, tarrh "Your treatment has certainly helped this remedy there are many imitators, in"My and in order to cure it yu must take was bothered with indigestion. he d:d nothing in advocacy of Democ- ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is me wonderfully. I took my fifth dose so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. upon stomach pained me night and day," and Will two taken internally, mucousacts directly Hall's last night and it brought good results. Go to R. E. McRobert's drug store and principles until 1911. ratic surface. thA hlnnd and she writes. "I would feel bloated and barbecues, where crowds can be fed at Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It I have one more dose to take and I ask about the wondeiful results it has ' was prescribed by one of the best phy- have headache and belching after eat- twentv-fiv- e cents a piece, and big cam- - sldans in this country for years and is think I will be well. Your tonic is been accomplishing in cases they know constipation. ing. I also suffered from paign money make a Democrat suitable wonderful. I can eat anything now about or send to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. My daughter had used Chamberlain's Whiting St. Chicago 6 best blood purifiers, acting directly on the that I want to. 1 car. never get thru Chemist, United States Senator?" for Tablets and they did her so much good mucous surfaces. The perfect combina' (adv.) thanking you for your medicine, for I III., for free book on stomach ailments tion or tne two ingredients is wnat prothat she gave me a few doses of themj duces such wonderful results in curing know it saved my life, for I have tried and many grateful letters from people Send for testimonials, free. and insisted upon my trying them. Please hand us that dol- - catarrh. Drugging,CO., Props., Toledo, O. all the doctors' and they said I . -would who have been restored. Any druggist P. J. CHENEY & -They helped me as nothing else has price 76c. by Sold operated on " a' can tell you itsvwonderful results.i laf. Tako Hall's Family Pllli for constipation. have to be done." For sale by all dealers. 0aho R.ea-tuck- Antl-Sa'oo- n LIKEITUCKIM ESCAPES OPERATION USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY m - fnMowS: coneWe' 154-15- 1-- The Central Record, Thursday July, 30 1914. i iv h ' i m iii bride ana the Caldwell High School ""N Board. Immediately thereafter the FIND IT IK THIS C0LU3: . YOUU happy couple left for a brief bridal trip to Tennessee, Prof. Bridges' native I State, where they will spend several Motorcycle f.i sal' M- - trade fori weeks among pis relatives and friends. .. K. f.ev. ' or cow. They will return to Richmond in ample A Brief Mention of the Coiringj and time for the opening of Cnldvvell High i Goings ty Those Wt Are Interested In. Two Iuiue. mil Jut-- for sai- School. The bride i a daugnter of Mrl Morton Scrivner and is veii known anil very popular in this city, where she has i show you its many good points over Call and let Mrs. E. C. Gaines and son Claude spent most Miss Carrie Reid was the week end of her life, indeed all of her Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Batson- - were FOR SALE. other Wagons. guest ok Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Pen- Rice have been recent guests of Miss young girlhood, and bus l"n" for visitors in Stanford Sunday. Gaines of Stanford. near Toatersville. dleton several years one A tnc efficient Pony Pheaton, htit! ir.ad. hul f Mrs. John M. Farra has been quite Mrs. Alma Maret Chapman of New- teachers in Caldwell Hig.. of Tire, toiai coivuhx.mi ana Mrs. Belle Pherigo and daughters, ' ill of rheumatism for several days. f" Miss Bettie. of Lexington, have been town Mo., arrived today for a visit to which Prof. Bridge is Superintendent. J!r. V.. B. Mup, f,anca-?tec&YeL W Uasraax WW WW i The Climax extends c jncrutu.'Ations. Lancas-to- r. Lancaster friends. Elder F. Trt. Tinder left Monday for visiting relatives in ami around 9 a two weeks revival at Bethel. Ky. Miss Lou J. Grant leaves today for a AUTO SERVICE TO Mrs. Robert Harding and attractive week's visit to Dr. and Mrs. S. P. fitUmM wWwM'l.Hwn T'J IJM R. E. Hughes of Louisville made- - a 3 ji 2Z daughter. Miss Margaret, of Danville, Grant in Danville. short stay with Lancaster relatives. News Of The-were gvests of Mrs. Robert Elkin last Miss EthrH'alteria at home after a Dr. John William Lowber of Austin. Monday. K ft 5 1' ? visit of several weeks with relatives in tin. " l S. i IMtafMEMI auto vilf Gi B U Texas is a guest at the Gulley House. Stanford and Danville. moro t Preaching at the Melliodibt church parties of !;V. IT5 f. J Mrs J. A. Elsener and Children and S Mr. John V. Francis returned Sun134 r Friday nad b. Let HlljOrcluurrt r. Miss Clara Miller, of Charleston, W.Va". .'i Miss Hope Gardner left Wednesday a,1 La"L'a,sU-- fJndu-- ' .5 fef 'J IW day from a weeks vacation in Louis 3 r . nixht. for Sl.iW for tie ro.iml i are here visiting their parents, Mr and for her home in Louisville alter n stay u,e "" " I're l 8 3 &. fill Sia i ville" Mrs N. Miller. -- f the Methodist Lst the tifetees with Miss Margaret Cook. I Miss Elsie Zimmer airived Sunday! church in Lancaster meet tiunday af- - j , IS ON A' Mrs. J. A. Roland and little daughter Mr. Adolph Joseph left this wee,, for from a weeks visit to relatives in LouisImpor. j Mary of Eldorado, Ark., came for a a vucuuon in iwncinnau. i.:to;i ami terMK,n at the cLuptfb at 2; ville. FOR S81E. tant matter? t loo .. after. visit to Mrs. Roland's parents Mr. and Zenia Ohio, and Pesu Ind. 9 .Meeting closed at Preachersv.Ile laht Mrs. Sallis Dudderar of Anderson, Mrs. S. 5, Henry. In order to ScttU; up estMe. v .I Q Miss Nannie I). Herring is in Hai- - Friday night. Several bngiit profe- fcLvl tei H B j G Ind., is visititicf her sister Mrs. J. T. 8 D5 Mrs J. A. Royston has returned from rodsburg attending a house party given SIons of conversion. 4 added to the jllvl). wtirthof lan!otet. wll U? tf Dudderar. on Garrard county property, a visit to her daughter, Miss Annie by Miss Margaret Sampson. i church. Miss Fannie West was a recent Royston, of Chicago and Mrs Lake of - - i; ra tt jr thii oPiiv. I i i&$& VXiTti'W visitor to her sister Mrs. George Robin- Terre Haute, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis were in IJKl'AVlSMLi, son of Danville. Somerset for the funeral of her brother , the Real Thing. No Fake about this Sale. Mrs. J. II Garrison of Eldorado, the late Mr. Charles M. Richtiidjon. NOTICE TO WA1H Mrs. Joanna Bail is at home after a ;ell the Goods. Uon't fail to get Mm. J. C. Williams is quite siek. is here for a visit with her sisters , visit to her daughter Mrs. liolion Camp- Ark., Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Palmer and sons-Metdamea E. W. Harris, S. B. Hmry Little Miss Christine Swop-- f has ben our prices for they will surprise you. CONS'JiilPS. bell of Stanford. Jack and Bowden. of Cordele, Ga., are quite sick for a few dayo. rnd W. L. Lawson. visiting Mr. an.l Mrs. Geo. D. Alt iliofrcr irxielited tv lt : Mrs. C. F. Denman of Xicholasville Miss Rosa Ray of Shlhyvilk: i the fonv-sett- le Mesdames Nockie McGrath and WRtei.;il ..ir.dly is the guest of her parents Mr. and guest of Miss Margaret Jeakin. l daughter M,- Mrs. Thomas Adams of il,.v V'..ot ., ,&l. Jit i ce, ts we arw io .l-Willie Cnristine Sanders and Miss Miss Mnry Nell Fa-l- w Sharpsbuig spent the past week in wl go t Xt purchase th "inlrs . . Master A. C. Sanders are making a Harrodsburg in a few uays for a visit. oft-r-yoi. i. M. uunn ol uanvuie uaa nere D.,nvllIc with lvhltives. A gieit cia.iv rt :n Chattanooga Ten 11, with Dr. and stav Monday mingling with his many Gar- j Mrs. Ida Robmso:i. u. Dbn.nle Jim for wan a; ciJ h .Mrs. J. J. Pursley. rard county friends. .m;ss West who i3 the gue-jM:- -. been a recent guest H. V. t4t W ' etilUrt tiii r uwJI ImmmmmmmmmmH miwiimi iMMMnJ L hK7 Hon. Win Shanks of Stanford wa!ofMiss Mabel Bi owning near Win-i- n mm nil i ruimirffir iiffiirrilintjjjUj namjitl Mrs. Ann Walker ad Miss Francis McAtee. Ibc pUirn . e .; v ,vl i. ttiU '. town .Monday to attend the speaking tester, waj the honeree at a beautiful Geiger of Huntington West Va. will j Mrs. J. Hogan Ba .ard haj letBraeri a great "saving to Ue c ann i I . . ... . E5 .. : dinner given by Miss Browning. t. e n. - ilv re,n.--t . i - uie of Beckham. yisil uiu limvc 11. iasi 01 .i. weu; mr a ..:... ; alter visiting Her iilf.er furt iau. j : arr. . "V.. at Kicholaaviile. Mioses Sue and Margaret Sampson of to Lancaster relathvs. 11 Mrs. Jennie Roberts of Mt. Vernon 1 l I '.. . Pe.n.r, V is here for a visit to her brother Sir. Harrodsl.utg have returned to their Mis, Reiki Arnold ai d sister. Mis,! Mrs- - Elizabeth Burge-.- s ww ealied t Y E&2 CSS -- j home afUr a pleasant S. N. Davis and wife. Hilfcj SK !& visit to their Allie. leave the first of the week for lni1- - Monday bv the death of her motft- friend, Misj Na'inio B. Herring, .Mrs. Burgee. Atlantie City, Baltimore. New York. in Lex-- 1 tiro. Matlie D. Duncan Mr. L. . Brooks has gone to LexIr& RzeH L)" :is retuined home Washington inlotherpointscf interest. ington for the fuaeral'oi her cousin the ington where he has aeo-pfa position the Shelliyville Hospital where , from late Miss Gei trude Fields. Judge Homer Batson and Mrs". 3at-- ; wjth the Le:;JlIKloa Herald. i'lft'v operation performed. She co,. ond j s.:e had an 3? 1 it,l I'h?lliriCi i tt MitJ 1 Professor Robert Hilton of George-- j is mUCh nnpro.ed and doing nicely, . ., Misses Ella Mae and Man y Hagan . . s strEisLae R j naison, levae iins wees lospunuseveiui have returned to then liuine town was the recent guest of Mrs. D. it LancasGeorge A. MeRoberts weeks at Manitou Springs, Col: Louis- - ter after a visit to relatives here. llr- - aild Id. Lackev and daughter. Herald. arrived from Covington Saturday for a ville Mr. Prewitt moved tb exchange of Miss Mary Roland has returned to visit to Mrs. MeRoberts' parents, Mr. Miss Elsie Zimmer, who had been the Bryantsville Telephone 1,0, Monday Rnur.! tr:;, sil'i-i: her home in Corbin after a visit to her and Mrs. Jo Burnside and other visiting the Misse3 Eyerman at their to the residence 01 N. Noe which he dl Csw Htu. 11 C'i "l t: cousin Mrs. W. B. Moss. relath es. home on Second street, has letnrntd has rented. routi' 1.1 be Cve 1..1 i.7'. ' Mrs. W. A. Speath of Louisville to her home in Lancaster. Mrs. N. L. McQuerry and children of She was .Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. neanedy ami Mr total cot ft-- thrv iUym tr Carrollton, III , are visiting her parents ; joined her husbaue here Sunday, bring accompanied by Mrs. W. A. Speith and R. I. Burton v.'cie '..; Richmond last going on resB'ar n on km 1 1; ing with him Mis. Speath's sister, Miss Nellie Eyerman, who will be her week to see Mrs, Bu, t'jn who has been on tickfct-- i IB days. Wilt r Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dudderar, A WELCOME VISl' 'OR. Miss Nf Hie Eyerman of Louisville, who guests. Courier Journal & N. Agent. at the Gibson Infirmary. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse II. Arnold of will be their guest for a week at the whet e it is known, is a bos of our Mrs. R. i Burton ..n.e home Jlon- Two attractive little southern lassies, Frankfort an ived last Friday for a Kengarlan. sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or 7 Miss Alice Dale Durr of Nashville, day from Richmond wi.ere she has ben T l other of our carbonated beverages. If weeks visit to Lancaster relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker" and their Tenn. and Miss Annie Catherine Arnold j at the Gibsun lniirnarj. Her many j ou have not yet tried any or ail of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Moore have re- visitors. Miss Jennie Hardin, of Deca- of Birmingham, Ala., guests at the friends are delighted that she is them ycu don't know what a fine treat turned to their home in Lexington after tur, III., and Hattie Jones, of Denver, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. proving so nicely. you have been missing. Don't keep on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. j Col., visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hen-- , Burnside at Point Leavell. are being nr. j. c. Wiiliums bouc'ht about 45 y and box missing it. Order a Mrs. Faulkner Barnes and little dren in their new homo '"Melbourne" made the recipients of much social at- - acres u)e Vanarart farm from Mr. commence enjoiing vcurte.f. daughter J oimeva of Carrollton, III., near Danville the latter part of last tention. On last Thursday evening HaIton for S65 iter acre. He are visiting relatives and friends here. week? from 4 to G Miss Mary May Walker recentlv (Hirchased from Mr. Otk-gave a tennis party in tliu:" Honor, r.nu .Montgomery about the mum amonot. Mrs. Dora Miller, who underwent an Miss Kathleen Hanley has returned on the following Friday evening 'i?s ami expects to tmikl o it 10 the Pfrne 202. to her home in Kicliolasville " after a operation at the Danville Hospital on wathe ho3tesi at fulurt..' jlr. Tom Hix boaght tm Van stay of several weeks with Miss Minnie last Thursday, is improving as rapidly Annie Bell Burnside as could be expected, and her many a "Heart dice" party, with the young Ardale ws'denee aad fifteen acres for Brown. Upon both J351JJ). o 3 friends are hoping that she may return ladies as Mrs. Mamie Elliott West and child home soon, co nptetely restored to psi-fe- occasions refreshments such as arc dear to the joutbful heart and palate, were ren of Texas came Thursday, for a visit J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. V & F. HULSON, President. health. (T-- : ST to Mrs. West's mother Mrs. J. Milton seivd, and thev Jnd their many little S5 t. S W. O. r.liNi:V. Aas't Cash'r. Joe J. Walxer. Jn.. Mrs. T. S. Hendren entertained at guests 'enjoyed i few hours of delight. Fliiott Sr. S the ii twelve o'clock dinner Iht W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. i5 Miss Martha under is at home Iroi. jjuests 0f honor were Mrs. Oscar The marriage of Prof. D. W. Bruges V ,.,, p,!Hr;0 at Richmond l.u.t Saturday w.ll be read,' g most enjoyable house partv at . th. tn of Klr,.viI, ogfSANrzsv , home of Mis3 iiisauein TT 11.1yi.eu 'e. nf r...i.,(-- - with much interest by hi many friends (!a,,i,t, v;.,. Riciimond. . tun, Miss Jennie Haidin, of Decatur, here who heartily join the Record in . Mrs. S. G. Ilaselden and sons, Mrt ill., Misu Hattie Jcr.es, of Denver, Col, best wishes and congratulatwitn. The following is from the P.ichroond J. C. Robinson and Miss Helen Robin-- 1 Mrs. E. II. Parks and Mrs Jack Hen- J OF LANCASTER, KY. . Ison motored to Lexington for a days dren, of Danville and Miss Lenora Bur- - Climax: "I pro.nmnce you man "ind wife, and ow x iiuat tiu, vri .J iii.o iiiv . , what God hath joinod together k t no , These wero the ? t man put asundtr Government Tiu bank is gupervised by the United States familiar vet impressive words spoken , s! Your dv osits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all J by the Rev. F. M. Twder. of Laiicae- - fc i m i Z.:j 1 ter, when Miss Alma Scrivner nwl R tilings. Depcrit witti us, and you can help U3, ami we can neip jcu. : t Prof. D. W. Bridge stood before himffi Make this bank YOUR bank. R a SI .?i,0O0 !a ? 200,0- -. at the home of the bride in Burnam- - ' W i , wood, at high noon Saturda;-- July 25th Let U tixp!;;i!.. $ f52i LL5 .i il!. BY MRS. J. A. A JI ON, of Laotastek. Kv. ffi The ceremony tobl: lace in the presence iH i a. tiCfsis Y01 Nc;. TTB1 S of only Uie immediaite sGl t:eJ3BLXXSSSiksmi "?? JOHN DEERE WAGON as Lightest Draft and Most Durable Wagon Made. Hvt4ila Gossip About People NN Mr. Fisher D. Gaines was here Court C. M. Larmer, of Pennington. Va,, day with relatives. is the guest of Tom M. Ward. Duke Goodloe of Springfield is here Miss Hattie Jones, of Denver, Col., mingling with friends. is the guest of Mrs. Alex Walker. Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago is Miss Catherine Bourne is visiting here visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. friends in Stanford and Hustbnville. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frank Miss Sallie Ward of Jonesville, Va., is the attractive guest of Miss Jennie fort are guests of Mrs. Ella Bettis and daughters. Ward. j "iy i Page 5 " i J Bkee rp b en n iff?5 Mi? a if i ui Starves. i Hi!-r(.rn'- ,- "! ; i PAWP V v3 I 1 W;t"!&&gW&3a It's ' 3 n Ask About flie S3S0 es riano i n i Re S. B ROWN. I? l. 11 BL-tli-e t - i TT A 4' (aS fH ex-Go- 1 i -- .i. u;, t, t-- 1 . ;&?& V -Iaw, ! I iUhilPiayiai. Lww Hi . i Just Received. rMeRoberts yrore. iDruo c ttrJ '" ,'.' 1 j f.r?' r (feF O msf YJ .- -ja ; Lancaster tling CO. Book-Keepe- Bot- it ;' o - !! gu--st- ho-io- r s ct 4t I iss. . 1 W? Citizens National Bank OapiU! $50,000. r.tf 'J . Conn I rL Surplus $40,000. i usssasi 5PerCer. ir.ii " paYocits gecipss LOAI jjnown pomsn. DE ER1WG wo e aSEB5S5Ec'?sJ?3".SC,i iJsJissViV QUICK tuI!e-poor.fu- mm J XEPSfrSGaSSHHSSSEB YEAST. cf We Save Yon Bfon?v if. CMaMOH AKD BIS, 1 MOU! frrr ?UAW.ii.5 VT HAY RAKES. Tee Best Line Ever Brought To Paint Lick. 1 pt Hour. (m.isured before Sifting) teaspoonliil of salt, 2 2 teaspoons of baking powder. of .ugar, 1 egg. 2 tablespoons of butter or lard, as for biscuits. Beut egg very light, add half of a Work in bctt the drv ingredients, using scant cap of sweet, milk to the egg. P.ur this liand for mixing. Us3 more mill: if nacessarv to make soft dough." Sprinkle Brush over with and roll dough one half inch thick plenty of flour on UjMiJi At. il. Dii3iH mo. KISS a:d a 5" v Cheap-ui- t KMSAS city, LEX'KGTOX. :STi- SO; ert i': - t tread way, Denny & Co PAIMT LICK, KEHTUCLY. LCut into squar'-r- . melted butte.r an 1 sprinkle liberally witl brown su;," and plenty of cinnamon. n fi wel'. iiiclies 'a sis'. 'I10 iu with brown sugpe and cinnamon, iliky.i mode,- - r.-- , (nil coo iiot) oven. e '.')-i.i- ki jftis-jfi- . PHOKS 0.,? '.Wi'tf!agaaJagig l, . - 2 i tw umv. Work z. . . A .1 I'll XT. ViV iJf .-- .i " "- - - tu'i .'n E YA SH ;. it wi wR ysi tj 11 rs rj Vi en ti ra I.iirfci MISP'-cSZL.-,. . xirTTJjr-- a rt't)j'.V32 '' Ir& . I Prompt ServiV Aiii AfosoS&tielii; inbn.mL .i f l.i..-ih- .r. n rs qt mtrz rr ,.. . rz ". "7" W 9 Pure - Complete I.iu.' 'rires. I -- your order and he Supplier ai i ali Kindx ol" Auto r.i 1, o:!e Aeeesorie!?. i will furnish you The VERY , BEST COAL ; At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. A Ii Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor vill make such fine food. Royal Baking Powder is made from pure, Grape Cream of Tartar. No alum, lime or acid phosphates. Everything f op Ycu: FORO Prestolite Service. Will begin a protracted meeting at the Scotts Fork christian church Monday at 8 P. M. All denominations are cordially invited to attend these series s. of meetings. and enjoy the good Mr. Biser is a man of ability and will give us a good "and a helpful sermon each night. Dreach-ingwithu- Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. The regular church service Saturday evening at 8 o clock, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and Sunday evening at 8 Subject Sunday evening o'clock. "Life of a Sailor". A special invitation to all young men of the community is. extended. D. D. Dugan, Pastor. Milciisll & Second StacfaM. Phone 124. KY. S Old Arnold Garage. Street. DANVILIif. Page 6 BLnaHMHftui': HKSlkJ. .1 The Central Kecord, Thursday July bO, 1914. KENTUCKY HORSEFLESH STANFORD. PRE-EMINENT ChSJdBejs sy for Fletcher's J. R. Harris purchased this week an THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD Un-Equall- SNS555SSSSS5CXKSK TIio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu. iiho for over 30 years, has hornotho signature of and has been made tinder his pcr- ?--sonal supervision since its infancy. Zvz&XS-teCt&aAllow no one to deceive you in this. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo- d 13j:ieHiiicnts that trifle with and endanger the health of Xnu:it. and Children Experience against Experiment Three Thousand Dollar Prize Earth's Equines Allured By Dazzling Stake In Commissioner of Agriculture's Five Gaited Saddle Horse Ring ed automobile Zip. Mrs. E. T. Beazley and daughter, were here several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Havs are spending several weeks at C. O. Springs. Mrs. Walter Jones was visiting Mrs. Chas Davis at Mt. Vernon last week. Robert Carter has been confined to his room for a few days on account of illness?. Mrs. iT 3BL 3EK 3IT BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. blue mm Incorporated. LEXINGTON, KY. f' O;"-.- ' J. P. AllbUp and sons of Pittsburg Pa. are guests of Mrs. Bowen -- C harmless snbstitute for Castor Oil, lrop.s n:id Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It Morphine .s'-!::- j other r Opium, guarantee. nordestroys Narcotic vv": age . "Worms J! r: is its It For more than r.l!n.fid ha. a s FcvorisJiiiess. for the relief ofthirty years it Constipation, i orir.fciist i;e is ilif.'.tw. i.'ind Col!c, all Teething Troubles and 15 regulates the Stomach and Bowels, ftiarrhnsa. isssimito. Via Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. 'ij t'adrsn's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Is 2. Pare-ffot-Ir, ::.-.'-- at is C ASTORIA Kentucky horseflesh is recognized as throughout the world and it is, therefore, only fitting that the state should boast the greatest premium ever offered in a contest for equine class, as will be the case when the champion saddle horses f the world gather at the twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair, to be held Sep9 tember next, to compete in the Commissioner of Agriculture stake of 14-1- ?3,000. SENVftgg CA& I UK I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS CcUcU - r OCMTAUW COMIANV. NEW YORK CITY. ... - n Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought in. iumwaatmi iimi"n', riFT' y 17 VtzmMZllt&MS&tei T 'mii Motel MB&fi3M There has never been a like sum offered in a contest of this kind, the nearest approach to the amount being the ?2,000 prize money offered last saddle-hors- e year in the same event, for which J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, stands sponsor. The announcement of this award in the classification of the horse department of the State Fair catalogue for 1014, will be certain to cause a sensation among horse owners and breeders throughout the country, and it is an assured fact that the greatest line up animals the country of has ever witnessed will be in the big hippodrome ring on the night of Friday, September 18. In Eight Classifications. The $3,0H0 premium is to be divided Into eight classifications, the first being $550, the second $500, the third $450, the fourth $400, the fifth $350, the sixth $300, the seventh $250, the eighth $200. with a $100 siher trophy going to the winner of the first money The fact that Hazel Dawn, winner of last year's $2,000 stake and the $1,000 for the ear prior, is eliminated from the contest this year by her sale. up of $1,000. flve-gaite- d blue-bloode- d makes the coming struggle all the more problematical and exciting, as there are a number of "dark horses" in prospect and such noted contestants as Astral King, Kentucky's Best, My Major Dare, Richelieu King and Mary Yandell Fox, are rated as certain entries. A local possibility Is H. O. Hurley's Jewel Dare. President Ray's Sunflower may also be entered, together with the great gelding. Jack Barry-mora stable mate of the famous Hazel Dawn. Nickel Plate, winner of the Commissioner of Agriculture stake in 1911, may also line up for the struggle and will prove a formidable opponent. This horse was sold to Miss Atterbury, of New York, after his triumph at the Kentucky State Fair for the sum of $6,500. Miss Atterbury has since sold him and his new owners are considering his entry here in September. Roadster Stakes $1,000. Another important event listed by the catalogue for the next fair is the Roadster stakes with a premium of $1,000. This money will attract the host roadsters of the entire country and the event to be held Tuesday night, September 15, or the evening of Louisville Day, is expected to prove one of the most interesting features of the entire fair. The show riding in the big pavilion Is being improved up to the minute and the conditions will admit of the phenomenal indoor speed of 2:10. This prize list ill be divided into seven premiums. Wednesday night the light harness stakes will be the feature with a prize Goode. Miss Katherine Harris, of Lancaster, is the guest of her father, J. R. AUGUST 3rd to 8th, 1914. $20,000 In Premiums. Herbert "A Kline Shows. Harris. Mrs. Walter G. Smith i3 visiting relatives and friends at Carlisle and Lexington. Miss Ethel Walters, of Lancaster, has been the guest of Miss Mattie Lee Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. John Shanks, of Columbus, Ga., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lelia Cook. Miss Bessie Pickford. of Shelbyville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. William Severance. Miss Sophia Sanders is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Miles Saunders, near Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lutes and children, of Goldsboro, N. C. are here visiting relatives and friends. County Clerk Cooper and Geo P. Bright went to spend a few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. J. It. Harris is at home after a visit to her parents, Ivev. and Mrs. W. . Grinstead at London. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley has returned home after spending several weeks at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Logan McCall and sister, Miss Josephine Brady are the guests of Miss Daisy Veatch at Louisville. Miss Sara Hundley, who has been visiting relatives and fnands at Lexington has returned home. 300 People. 25 Special Gars. Thaviu's Band and Concert Co. 45 High Class Artists45. Rag Time Singers. Grand Opera Singers. Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Running Races Daily. Biggest and Best Fair in the Middle West. Lexington is the Capital of the Horse World. All the Champions will be here. For entry blanks or information, address. JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON,KY ii IE mac :gje: i JKT.rr i1 (3Z223E2L.V W.IKliaHUft r.1 iJ.',L w . JWH We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. J M J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. ' A. BEA2LEY & CO. Phone 27. vjm a'iucy.iu'-.'fSB-- j,v'Lm ffom of THE MATCHLESS Jk m Pennsylvania RATES: Rues, CititttJ Bit! $1.50, $2.00 up. MIDWAY COMING deaus Avenue, at ISJi fosaz mm"9' I fSltt; ji. Qs. H. Sis. RATES! "Beat Last Year," Is the gan of the State Fair Management Slo- Miss Bessie Hill is at home from Richmond, where she has been the ties; the Matinee Girls Musical Comedy; Monster Show; guest of Miss Lucile Walton. Plantation Streets of Cairo; Mexican Village; Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little Rock. pit shows, midgets, freaks and all the Ark., arrived last week to visit her other concomitants of an mother. Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Carnival. Bands will keep up the gala atmos Mr. and Mrs-- . W. W. Walker, of phere and the Carnival fronts, lights Selma, Ala., are the guests of their and decorations will be the greatest son. Rev. D. M. Walker and family. eer witnessed at a Kentucky State Mrs. D. W. Mahan, of Danville, Fair. spent several days here l?st week with her mother, Mrs. W. A Mobley. IS YOUR BABY A Diaw A Check "PERFECT" DARLING "Beat last year!" Is the slogan of the State Fair management which keeps the efforts and energies of the entire working organization on the ' crescendo each season and which ' makes a forecast for the coming cele-- ' hratlons a dizzying process, but for Secre-- I the fair of September tary J. L. Dent has achieved a coup In securing the Rice & Dore aggrega-- i tion for the Midway that places the amusement end of the twelfth annual festival safely under the wire of victorious superiority. Than the Rice & Dore Carnival shows there is no better organization of the kind extant and they will offer pleasure seekers at the fair a lengthy list of new and alluring novelties. Among the number will be the Water Circus, unique adjunct to a traveling organization. The Water Show is an aggregation of aquatic marvels in which thirty performers take part, and which all the wonders ' and witcheries of the New York Hippodrome Tank is displayed. There are world's champion male and riivprs nnd swimmers, loz rollers. water walkers, high diving dogs and ponies, clown stunts and the amazing fact that whene7er a performer's act is finished they disappear beneath & the waves never to appear visible on the surface again, during that particular show, at least. The exhibition is a whirlwind of fun, mystery, beauty and thrill, devoid of a single objectionable or risque feature and something that State Fair audiences have never witnessed heretofore. Another out of the ordinary and exceedingly valuable exhibition will be a working model of the Panama Canal in charge of Captain Ladere, who fa worked under Colonel Goethals in $, Panama and who knows as much about the "big ditch" as an encyclopedia. Boats will pass back and forth carrying spectators over the facsira-ili- e of the canal and enabling them to witness the working of the Cule-br-a cut and the locks in perfect minia ture. The autodrome, with big cars taking the place of cycles in dashing their drivers around the inside of a globe at speed that renders them almost entirely invisible, will be a fac: tor in the Midway excitement. Kline &Garnetfs Wild West Show ajj will look like a "Buffalo Bill" aggregation at its palmiest. Kline is the champion cowboy rider of the world and Garnett, the champion trick roper. In addition to their own exhibitions they have a company of star rough performers and wonderful riding trained animals which go to make up one of the best "wild and woolly" outfits in the show world. In addition to these headllners the Midway will boast a remarkable device called "A Trip to Mars;" a "Haunted Roulette Wheel," which Is a "scream;" a Congress of Fat Folks; a 10 to 1 layout of curioBl- 14-1I I i lp Itoaj, Frlnti Bath 52.50, $3.00 up. Miss May Wise, of Cincinnati and Miss Sallie Faulkner' of Highland, OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. SPEND YOUR VACATION IN THE MOUNTAINS ft OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA rg j9' ;, W, "Land Of The Skies." Thirty Thousand Square nines oi nciuresque Playgrounds. fi i)Q,Q lie ROUND TRIP To Mem C I fa Hot Springs. N. C. .... $8 25 8.M ;V Tate Springs. Ten j St Vs. ,vX OTHER ROUND TRIP FARES Waynesville, N C ....S 9.25 9,25 Brevard. N. C. ..10 00 Lake Taxaway, .N. Henriersonville.N.C.. 8.25 licKcis soW on July 15 and August 12 good returning 15 days from date of sale. JuUljor life in this exquisite "Land of the Sky" is ideal. Diver-;- J aions of every kind including golf, tennis, riding, driving, canoe- ing motoring, ana uancing. Average. uiiiiuue zo.vuv leui auove the sea level. I ii J SOUTHERN RAILVVAV PREMIER CARRIER TO THE SOUTH' For descriptive literature, Pullman reservations, etc., call on or write B. H. TODD. D. P. A., 457 So. Fourth St (Starks Building). Telephone Main 1937, Citv 1938. I I I I jj THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Captal $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. iENlJY, President J. R STORMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R, T Jmpky. Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gili.. Book-Keepe- r. SUBSCRIBE FOR Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. The Central Samual D. Cochran, Alex R, Denny, J. H. .Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. $1.00 Per Year. 11. Every Mother Thinks Hers Flawless have been the recent guests of Mrs. The Babies' Health Contest Will A. Stone. Tell Scientific Examination and Mrs. H. C. LeCompte and two little Competition. daughters of Frankfort are the guests of her father Mr. Cicero Reynolds and "Isn't it a perfect darlfngt" admirers of "King Baby" might exclaim, bnt her sister Mrs. Am Hunn. the modern mother, instead of beamJack and Thomas Newbern, of Knox- ing with pride as of yore, will turn an ville, Tenn, who have been visiting appraising eye on her adored young- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. New ster and wisely murmur: bern at Hustonville, spent several days "I don't know, but I'm going to find here this week with old friends. out in the Babies' Health Contest at the State Fair." Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and attractive And in this reply is demonstrated daughter. Miss Josephine have returnthe march of progress which leads a ed home after a visit of several weeks Fair management to feature a to her daughter. Mrs. Homer W. baby show based on scientific ap- Carpenter at Shelbyville. praisement of the physical condition A jolly camping party composed of of a child instead of on the beauty of its dimples, curls or limpid eyes, and Mr and Mrs T. W. Jones, Mr and Mrs the growing enlightenment of parents J. W. Clark and daughter, Martha, and who seek to discover the shortcom- Mr and Mrs J. M. Cress, of Preachers-vill- e ings of their offspring as scientific left last week for an outing on stock raisers gauge the merits of their Cumberland river. cattle, instead of glowing over ephemeral loveliness which might soon be Miss Carrie Lena Moffett, a missionary dimmed by ailments or deformities un- from China, is visiting Misses Mattie suspected by baby's loving guardians. Paxton and Mary Higgins. She is well The Health Contest is a movement remembered here by many people, her which has swept with amazing rapid- father, Dr. A. S. Moffett, having been ity over the entire country and was introduced at the State Fair last sea- pastor of the Presbyterian church here son for the first time in the history of for some years. the State. The Womans Club thai has been or The object of the Health Contest is ganized by" the progressive ladiesof the the promotion of hygienic methods in city, have had several meetings and child raising along much the same quite a number of bcoKS donated for lines as fair exhibitors follow in scienthe library. The meetings will be held tific stock raising and appraising. The movement was first introduced twice a month in the rooms in the couit as an offspring of the Mothers' Health house, which were donated to thtm by Congress held at the Louisiana State the county officials. Fair at Shreveport in 130S, and the In the county court here last week a importance of the results were so unijury gave S. M. Helm ot the Moreland versally recognized that states nearly all over the union rapidly followed section, a judgment of $39. and cost against Will McAfTe, of near Shelby suit. The Babies' Health Contest will, this City, for killing one of his fox hounds. year, be under the supervision of Mrs. Also Lee Simpson, colored, of Boney- John D. Woodbury, and examinations vill, who drew a pistol on J. Nevin Cai-t- er will be made during the first three several months ago was given the days of the Fair in a nejvly construct- fine of $25. and ten days, in jaiT ed Babies' building which will have transparent walls through which spectators may observe the processes of measuring and weighing the toddlers. Babies from 12 to 36 months are eligible and the entry lists will not close Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. until September 8. Entry blanks for the Babies' Health Contest may be obArrive. tained by application to Kentucky No 10; 5:00 a. m. State Fair headquarters in the Paul Jones building. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond In deference to numerous inquiries with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; and requests last season for an entry at Winchester with C & O to Lexingclass for twins in the Babies' contest, ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & this department has been added and Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. twins will be judged on a separate No 71; 8:35 a. m. standard of merit. To Rowland & Stanford connecting The Kentucky State Fair manage- at Rowland, L & N to all points South ment has arranged a free amusement No 28; 11:04 a. m. program which alone is worth the To Richmond, connecting with L & price of admission. N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bards town Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business .like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not Jarge. Thev wil grow all right. jjj The Garrard Bank & Trust Company T More Power . Yc w m .Ilallh r- i- -- m Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and kerosene as on a much power on will develop gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even in cold weather. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines a gallon of as L. &N. M Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, .. w uesignea.'. Patented 1887 Twenty-seve- n iO5?-, Write for Catalog 21A80 35$ and "J. Years Ago mm vl M the first Cortright Metal Shingles were puton. I J Record. EvarSinc Standard .The Thev'ra still on still in eood condition, and the only attention they've had is an occasional coat of paint In addition to the lasting qualities, they re Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. For Sale by 1 Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. -, &J-- , C . , The Central Record, Thursday July, 30 191 4. hole In the ground and erecting a canvas screen around it. But this new tank is in two sections set on wagons. When the parts are clamped togeihjr depth of seven FAIR a tank having a feet "long about ten or by feet and thirty twelve in width is made. Mr. Kline has made arrangements for the appearance on Don Fulano, the INCLUDE NEW ATTRACTIONS AND educated horse. The animal is ?aid SURPRISES FOR 'THE to be without a peer and has been seen e on the PUBLIC. vaudeville circuits. About two months ago he was one of the attractions on the Majestic TheaCorr.pany to Appear at the Blue Grass ter bill. He is in charge of Cowboy Fair Is the Best and Most Complete Elliott. That Have Visited Kentucky. Princess Victoria, tho minJr.turc Mme. Melba, will be one of the big This year as in the past the Kline drawing cards. She is the smallest Shows have added new attractions and perfectly formed women in the world burprises for the public, founded andj and has a voice of remarkable sweetperfected only by great labor, patience ness. The midget has been in San and skill with no spare of time and Antonio all winter and she has made a lot of friends. money to make their organization that The Nomia Musical Company. which it is now, the most complete and Johnson's Xomia show is a musical best equipped carnival company tourcomedy production carrying 20 people. ing the country The repertoire of new ideas and It is far superior to the average road j novelties advanced arc far above the show, being elaborately costumed and ,' old stereotyped carnivals of a few vailing for a change of bill every day. "Mexico," a reproduction of ths years ago. Many startling features will bo pre- scenes and life in the southern resented for the first time to tho amuse- public is expected to prove immensely pojiular in the Xorthcin States, where tracment loving public. The new tions, the new riding devices are the people arc anxicus to know about the most unique and far removed from all men and women ir. the country where revolutions h..ve been In progress fori others. The Kline Shows have been made the last four years. One of the fca popular by their clean class and char-- ' turos of ths ofloi ing will be a sham Tho hll0W W!ls Planned and actor of everything undertaken. Xoth-- I ua,tleing of a questionable nature h.is ever made ready in San Antonio and will carry eighty people and about thirty been tolerated. The usual cataffair, games of chance, etc., have al- - donkeys and horses, A motordrome is now in course of ways been conspicuous by their ab-' construction for use with Mr. Klines' sence. The company this season is the larg-- fchows. The interior track Ins a steepest, best and most complete the Kline cr angle than any rider has jet have ever had on the road. It tempted to negotiate on a motor cycle, Hardy's high-wiract. one of the consists of about 270 persons and the attractions for the Fiesta is will travel on a special train of,u"'K outtit j under Mr. Kline's control. Hardy is twenty or more cars. The aggregation will represent an! sal" t be one of Hie cleverest ire performers in the world. He per- of several hundred thou-sand dollars. The shows and attrac- - formed the perilous feat of crossing ticr.s are vaiied, eompiising every Xiauara Falls on a wire. thing ith which people xnou to be entertained and amused v.nen thoy at-- GREAT ARE ATTRACTIONS a fair or carnival. And the allows ! all clean, that is one thing about, v. Licit Mr. Kline is very particular' An linmenss Display of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry and He bas a reputation which has re- Pet Stock. suited in the Kline Shows being 'd l the biggest and best fairs in the The management cf the 13iue G ass cci:it for a number of years. For Fair are pleased to announce rlnt live years he has been showing at the plans are all under way to make ill's Dallas State Fair, an equal petiod at of the most attractive of any the Illinois State Fair and like places. fair one that will be held in the Middle Wut This year in addition to the otheis. he during 1914. has secured the Xew York State Fair, An Aristocracy of Stock the biggest in the country. The following are a few of the at- Will be gathered at Lexington durtractions to be seen with the Kline ing the week of August 3rd to Sih. l'rize winning cattle will vie v.,tn i shows. The Walter K. Sibley, international Wooded horse. The Liberal Premiums Offered lady champion swimmers and divers ' will engender a A !n all departments Fhow is one of the big attractions. special swimming tank has been con-- spirited strife, contention and rivalry sstracted for the act, which is an inno- - among ardent contestants ma' as a n ration. In former ears tanks h:iv display greatly in excess of thai made in each town by diggimr a nessed at any former fai- - Page 7 j KLINE'S BIG SHOWS BLUE GRASS w 4 PltKAUUEKSVlLLB. the opportunity for also all of the work carried on under diXforrT RA glorious rain fell here Sunday fOHQCT.' ufV?J rect appropriations to the departmont. afternoon, Sum Devoted to It. i Large Mrs. B. T. Lunsford is no better at "In future the amount of money be- - this writing. ON THETIS iw-?-rto this kind of education ,iag devoted GUramsp Mr. R. G. Pettus lost a valuable jack very large. to help the farmers will be MJNV p vJv-Iact gives $10,000 a colt by death. The Smith-Leve- r hear for the first year to each Mr. Fred Bell made a business trip Farmers Realizing Only One-Ha- lf are you going to get a First Class colleee. Thereafter it is in- - to Paris last week. in proportion to of What They Are creased in each state Mr. and Mrs. Rip Manuels visited rural inhabitants until, at the end of Entitled eight years, the total appropriation Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller visited Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are ;w;il amount to 4,580,000 and tnat here to stay. The old reliable barber amount will be appropriated Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Naylor. on Richmond streeL LOSS OF LABOR AND TIME ttnually thereafter. ' Read Hudson & Hughes adv. on page "t'tnlnii Vitc orroncFfttnont ill or ft Hl 3. be coming to the State of Kentucky Miss Elizabeth King, of Norman, appropriation," 'from this Smith-Leve- r Increase Efficiency By Go'ing Over $151,103 per annum Okla. visited at Mr. W. P, White's. Farm Problems Together Has Un- '.. aich must be supplemented by apMisses Cieo Morgan and Eva Merry-ma! bounded Faith in the Future of Ken- propriation made by the state or of Spainey visited here last week. tucky Help Rural Communities aiscd from contributions within the Mr. George Naylor will soon return Through the Schools and Colleges 'ate, amounting to $144,103, or a for Cleaning and Pressing and vt dc .f.a.nl total of nearly $300,000 per an- - from Corbin after a visit to relatives of State. j liver them in highly satisfactory traI num. there. Good Service. Prices Right. dition. It makis no difference ho" Getting Results In Woodford. Mrs. Sylvester Thompson and Miss Washington. (Special) Hon. JohnPhone 354-delicate or dainty the fabric, we "In Woodford county we are getting Belle Dollins, of Lowell, visited here son X. Camden, junior senator Lancaster, - - Kentucky. CLEAN it and without the slightest ' the Friday. a visit to r:rat results by from Kentucky, afte jury to the article. We call for a of the Farmers' Union, the Y. the Department of Agriculture the Miss Zula Nayior visited her sister, deliver geod3and have them reCiJ.. v.. C. A. and the county demonstrator inter-inpast week, talked in an Mrs. Grover Gastineau near Point when promised. While we Arc quici D. way of the problems of the ,r expert. They are I workers, we like Leavell. time to do cur e "The Federal Department of farm and of what is being done j thoroughly, Miss Mary Banks Anderson, of Stanhowever. has many lines of work which his own state, as well as by the in government in connection with the iliey want to transmit to the state ford, visited Miss Delia Mae Lawrence state agricultural colleges, towards ollegc and througn them to the peo- -' last Sunday. caoiif-- r Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. e, puch as exterminat'on of hog educational work for Services at the Baptist church on the benefit of the farmer. Mr. Cam-- . ' . oiera, boys' corn club work and the Saturday, Saturday night, Sunday and Lancaster, -- -- Kentucky ris' canning clubs, the establishing den has unbounded faith in the future f dairy experts, cattle feeding ex- - Sunday night. of Kentucky as an agricultural and LOl'IS FAULKNER. MBr ; Tts, Messrs. Bailey and Pitts Sampson, I expert horticulturists for the horticultural state. Flmne 230. a'iple and other fruit industries and of Saulley, visited their aunt, Mrs. R. Faith in State's Future. tilers. H. Baird last week. de-- ' In discussing his visit to the Country School Problem. Miss Sara Larue Traylor, of Paris, is partment and its result. Senator Cam- &iirZry& P. "Another and most important part visiting her grand-parentj Mr. and den said: ,' '" ; 5Si?3iS25' " This is the first opportunity I have c.i the woik of helping rural coniinunl-- : Mrs. W. P. White. es is the problem of education iii th I could go into certain dehad where Miss Bessie Reynolds, of Crab W.Jlorrow, Graduate Optfclnr tails with any degree of leisure, with 'tuntrj schools. The State University Orchard, was the attractive guest of i. 'iijarAiitrto Kitted. school? of the the Agricultural Department. You i'iid the two Xormal te are vitally interested in tnU the Misses McAlister. know I have always felt that KenMrs. Alfred Owens lost a black sliptucky will be a great farming state. ,u "em. We must have a real educa! tion that fits young men and women per. No, 4 between this place and Crab r Your foi tne activities of life in the coun-!n- , Orchard. Finder please return. and bi ca'Jening their views of life, Mr. J. M. Cress and. family motored their love of the land itself a' an I their appreciation of the oppor-t:n':ir- s to Burnside and spent a ten days of country life, and fitting vacation fishing in the Cumberland th 'm to be more useful citizens in a river. Opposite Post Office. ree-tu- l agricultural community. Misses Ida Pi.xton and Mamie Jordan "It is the province of the Xormal have returned from a visit to their Bath In Connection. against schools to train teachers who hae grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. th. broad visions of the rural schcol as a most important center of Jordan at Pineville. Sa S?i icp IS cI Miss Rinila Pettus resigned as teacher irt'iionce in the upbuilding of every IV I (SvewMfi: cor"!runity. ( of the. "Ever Ready Class" at the A T 23 MCbfl Baptist Sunday school. Her pupils Schools Teach Practical Things. "A good many of our country schools regretted to give her up. are little town schools in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Jones L. Anderson The schools are beginning more and motored to Lancaster Friday afternere to teach the practical things of noon. Miss Physician and Surgeon Their little daughter. life. Hoys' corn clubs and girls' canVictoria accompanied them. ning and other clubs are beginning to LANCASTER, KY. meeting at the The protracted get hold of the rural school problem Residence Phone 220 and focus the attention of the teach- Methodist church closed last Friday Office Phone 6. in upon the practical night. Rev. Pollitt, of Lancaster, did ers and the child Office Wc-i- t SMe Office Hours and valuable things which may be mot of the preaching. Mucli good Johnson N. Camden. Lexington Street a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. done as a part of the education of that was done. and the character of her agriculture school. Your correspondent visited Mr. A. J. "1 am very happy to saj that I will determine the character and de j 3. Thompson in Boyie county, near Danone was told that in this broad extension elopment of her people, work in agriculture in the state of ville. Mr. Thompson received a bad DENTIST. has well said that a people can not Kentucky, Ji;?!i., H 8 9 when he fell from a hay into which we are just shake-ube greater or stronger than their soil Phone Go. Lancaster, Ky. A. now entering, the State Xormal frame last week. "I gave the b'arbecue hist suinei vitally interested, and 'Oihte at Citizens! Nation;-- ) r . Miss Mary Logan Anderson received to emphasize a fact that our farmers schools are sue did not, in my opinion, fully rea'lse nday afternoon the ntes of baptism Lancaster Ky. tatives of this united extension w or: Sxi n'l that is in mining, inauui;ct ...n:, miis. in Dick s River near White s Mill, the .lnto,,,. tvn t "jjkUti:. 'ml all productive onierpris:.'-- . t".:at the State Department of Agriculture was an addition to the Methodist church. -"c bak form of wealth K 111 itsell and other agricultural activities liiving joined last fall, mm irOJUV,Ara Ji-- ,Pn WUHiln .aS?L.VW ir. - 1 ir - :. ' . . aout only half, or o0 per cent of tin in the state are all joining in thisj Mr. Rip Manuel, of the Spainey involved the otnrr ..' pei section and Miss Jennie Richardson Paint Lick, cr:n is in organisation, which rta'.i.. general movement "Kentucky. Marketing of Farm Products. eloped to Jellico. Tenn.. last week and n' an- " Another and most important line were married. ' ? e haven't the What FErmcrs Are Realizing. agricultural endeavor, in which ,jUaintance of the groom but have known j Granting that our soil would rTa-Ofiice Hours ' both the National Department of Ag- - tlle bride bince heI. c!,jidhooil. She is .1 Xo. 1 in fertility which in man ncnlture and the state are interested,, rLmalkal)lv attractive young lady mil gqaBBi?; iSL-,4- it will not do, but by Intelligent .jyStS! , , new . . , , iij--ani . A. i ;.id industrious methods it can bt is a studyline but recently undertaken. is as guuu us :uc is iiuuusuiih- - aim win H. K of the business side of tae t made so as we now stand with ou farming and Sifr the economic conditions make a noble helpmeet for the man of Doctors Of Dental Surgery. moerfect sjstem of soil education surrounding the farmer, which plays her choice. We extend our most i i. we ..rganization and (iinti'. itormei nninluiKovei llnrt . ,i3S: hearty congratulations to tne happy uu'- Fumi'ure ;armers are only realizing but abou' tuch an important part in making his couple. SatisfacUci ettcts successful. i half of what we are entitled to froir LANCASTER. KENTUCKi. "Xo matter how good a bms'nchs Miss Ruth Durham, formerly of the uFSgX Uu. the farmxi- t our eftorts and from our farms, man the farmer might he on his own j that swu g ro "It was a beginning of a campaigi tarni, no matter how much scientific White's Mill section, now of New York among our farmers of education anc agriculture he might know , City, very pleasantly remembered the ronvenH.ni to and prac. wilfiitJai.i I foresaw then that tilt vale keeps ss)l.i. , tice, and how well he might do his writer with a souvenir card showing : wonderful mine of information anr work, there may be. and often are. the Woolworth Building, 53 stories anil .1ImSfC,Iy' ;"'" ': vitally valuable facts, that our Fed ciicurstances outside of his summit is "50 feet high, the highest office control ' v - "i cral Government had in store, wouii which would still prevent him from building in the wcrid. , ' - -Miss Durham Wrilc lor onr oiler and ' .. not be beneficial to our own farmers making a success of his work. AT !.:.. ...Ml Silo Cook Mailed win uiieim ner v;c;ii;uii ncui .nt:iii(jijir, ' unless they were prepared to aval Wife "For example, marketing conditions Tenn. in September she will return to i I Also get offer en the u3ijn Silo cinct :nUa.i:ne themselves of it collectively. may be against him, and in this we 8 (be licht nrasiaz SiIIerzaUa &IUge "It was necessary to organize, tc have one of the big problems of coun Taylorsville, Ky., where she has taught W Cutter. in the High School the past three Office Phone 27. establish team work among ourselves try life Residence Phone ; The Department of years. It will be gratifying to her we must trust .one another if we are Agriculture, in tho last appropriation many friends to learn that sh is suc- " Silo Co. to prosper further as a people anc LANCASTER KY. '!$fe, ,HS 'i solidarity of Kentuckv "nnnnn fnr tho KtTirU- - .nn,i iicc.nt.i-.,.,- Ijcorrcra!eiJ advance the cessiun in ner cnosen acauon. interests. ;I tioa of knowledge regarding the LexiMoSon, Kcniscky i K Agricultural Education. scientific marketing of the products of 0Jg - J' i "To my mind the first thing to dc r .G a A &Z3 025. the research wort is to Movement Deserves Support. pnjfyfii .s at the State University and Expert "Much might be said on the side U & ment Station, at Lexington, and tht of the subject of the organ: ization ofrfUS Y i .siSirtsizs Official Directory Of Gairari Co ,' -- "two Xormal schools, Eastern anc rarmers anu or tno communities gen Htf-IRlV - '"HgraMKE? w. esv.n Western, with the Federal Depart erallj for improvement of agricultural, iifiG , ' K-'L'irrjft Jij:r :t, i - ir- - ,. Hh:.i . Miss Myrte Cclhrun:, ' : 'K' ment of Agriculture, thereby increas social and economic conditions. St,.. . ' sm EpBff' IJoa. Bt i.ommvnKUh' Atiertt cf RusscUvil!?, A!a., says: flfifi SfvU Ti ing eiHcicney by preventing the los tfii With the united effort on the part f Cltf-- rt A. A4- ,1 JKftt etr.f-- r Jir. 4'tt:. Tll'wni . 4H in labor and time. I am delighted tc ot tne rural church, the rural sehoolsi5W t77nr l trait l'cmul.jjrr-- T II fffw,. ". A. say that steps are being taken to brlni and Normal colleges, the College of,jpg(j!fl ....WU -- . 4..w.w -- w... mzz Mnltrr & fch.. my umos, that about. Trtttf Jury Ku.xl Bocj . Knbif. Agriculture, the Experiment, Station, P5lfl1 ache, paias in Otriciril (Vxiit yingrjje Mtxr' "IJut research work, either b and the United States Department of and my headachid ncady Tiiaviu 'he Hussian band director, viu 112s no rival. He comoices a government or state, would be of lit Agriculturre, much good can be ac- i ! R all the time. Our family c who wLl appear at the iiiue Grass ming.ing of the classic, the (ifmii'.k Ju.lf- -- " . r3tu!l tie value to the farmer unless somt complished. We have undeveloped redoctor treated me, but with the popular, in such a manTair, August 3 to S, with his famous Owiut. AHiwr-- (i V W)Ur Everything for Orchard. Lawn aitit CimirtT OJeri J. ' HnuiiSt. only gave tno temporary band is a director of international ner that all classes and conditions of way were found" to teach him the sources and agricultural opportuniUopniy i!of HHtr; TmHmw. relief. I was certainly in fame, and a man of many artistic at- people are pleased. The stickler for things discovered by scientists in the ties in Kentucky, a's yet untouched. Garden "We can maintain tho highest type Corwr J. . tainments. Born in Russia he had the classic is pleased, and those who experiment stations, and hence we bad health. My school .. A. kCl'iMrn. have the extension and demonstra of civilization only by having a suceaily training that fitted him for his love to have their ears tickled with the Write for free Catalogue. No Agt.. Sherttf HLcriH--- trteacher advised me to . DfjHitj T. cessful and prosperous agriculture. life work. He came to America at a latest popular airs are also pleased, tlon work. . 3(i. S ., SnperhHeiHlmit TAKE "I was told, that the department ha; One of the most beneficial influences and all without offending the taste of time when there was a great need of & Sons' i Kirs. a great work wlong this line and tha-i- t that I see is the union of the interests sane band leaders, and he has since the most discriminating. Dave Asecr.ses-o- Bunrit'-i- . its activity witl of the Federal Department of Agriculis Accompanying Thaviu is a company K. h. !y. been rapidly climbing the ladder of Deputy Lexincton. Kentuckv r College of Agriculture Jailer Dare Koss fame until at the present time he of singers who offer excerpts from the the activity of a similar character it ture with Nurserymen since 1841 Snpervlsorot ltoails LMrveljHrl stands on the topmost rung. Thavlu more popular grand operas. Each the state agricultural colleges. Cou of, the State University, with the Nornii Trcasarer J. W. Klmi.ie. is an artist to his finger tips. As a singer is trained and the intelligent gross has recently passed a bill pro mal schools and other educational acviding for extension wort tivities of the state, to give to the M.MilSTUATbh. cornet virtuoso he is in the foremost interpretation of these operas is a Lounty Court Days. treat to all who love the best music. in agriculture and home economics, tc farmers and their families throughout J. K.White 1st, Dit. rank. i)r Richmond, 1st. Monday. be the state of Kentucky that degree of LoKKUluZnd.Dist. His band is composed of a sprink- The coming of Thaviu's band will be be carried on by Paris, 1st. Monday. JobaS. 11dm 3nl.l)Ist. ling of all nations. The tempermental a real treat to all music lovers. His tween the Department of Agriculture service which they ought to have. 1 took two bottles, In all, Frankfort, 1st. Monday. James Coldiron 4tli. Dim. t ,k element from foreign shores is held in repertoire is without limit. His lib- at Washington and the various state At the present time there are twenty-tw- o and was cured. I shall Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. COUNTY DOARD OK KlUTCATio county agents, with an additional check by the cooler musicians of rary, contains thousands of dollars' agricultural colleges, and the Secre always praise Cardui to Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Tnomps Arnold. Jr. In. Diat. American extraction, so that his band worth of music from the most erudite lary of Agriculture has taken the thirteen women county ageyfo in sick and suffering woR.D. HcMnrir. 2nd. Stanford. 2nd.Mor.day. is an organization without a peer in to the very latest song that is being very broad view that this furnishes girls' club work. J. liendren. 3rd. DUt. men." Hyousufferfrom Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. America. As a program maker, Tha- - sung throughout the country. Thomas '. Khic, 4th. Dial. pains peculiar to weak Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. CITY OF LANCAhTKK. women, such as headDanville, 3rd. Mond?;;. Major L.U. Davidson. ache, backache, or other Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. City Judge J. 1. l'rather. symptoms of womanly Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. if you merely trouble, or City CWk-F.- G. Hurt. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. City Assessor John M. Mount. need a tonic for that tired, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. i City Treamrer W. F. Champ. feelnervous, worn-o- ut Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Chief Police L. E. llerron. e-- ss ing, try Cardui. 4th. Monday. LANCASTER. CODNCILMEN Winchester, 4th. Monday. J. U.Daltorr Parker Gregory. Monticello. 4th. "Monday. Sam CottOD. W. Mr Zanone. Versailles, 4th. Monday. W. O. Goodlce. Dr. J. A. Amon. i SENATOR CAMDEN CO-OPERATION CARDS. - a. I agri-icn'tur- WHERE PHZ.Pi big-tim- Hair Cutland Shave 'km 1 n, ' Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE We Take Orders 0 -- Kinds i Auctioneer. A. to-da- g Or. Wm. Agr'-"i!tur- i Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Lan , - Dry Cleaning Co , - i . 1 v--- s, cgj-;r'2-- d e - '. 1 THE NEW I -- 1 Barber Shop: TSt P! M St fe 2; ffi h h te J e J. E, Seale,Prop yg Ha.i I It costs no rr.ore t. (protect it from the start,- than to wait later on the season 1 Insure it with wit-lse- F, F. TKAVIU, MUSICAL DIRECTOR p -- I w&&effimgm8G5mstt&m. fsmMWwimmMrM'mmim fte&5&A?' L -. -1: 1 'Ses&L v3st3KEP -i-- 1 ,,J I K. J. RATR1CEC. mM ac-o- ;&- - ! .Den W i ' I LaF Ihe Th i i mml 31? 1m I ':-,- j K BEAZLEY, ' "'' -- '" '' ShiCssL Funeral Direcu.r I vju "'" 1 Mt'M j Fre to-da- I -- .x',; v'SiSfe Southern I ' 5s fr" S3 - MJmm wmP ,Jf M8PfeaaaMg B l BflSJI"ISB I '.i'(A.,.sv!f-EiiirLj:T.!- . Strawberry Plants; - ' Mf:te1 Fill Fruit and Shade Tree? I I Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Grape Vines; Roses, Peonies. Phlox. Etc. semi-classi- (.1 Jo-K- H.F.Killenmeyer elf gsi3s&i::gs$gKsssg . $ Monday will help us. Come in and pay us a is what we need. Get the Record a year for I s If. .. -.. ii3ti --- .. r- - . C- - '. V Page 8 fne Central Record, Thursday July Ig3&4iig&tf bO, 1914. SEED T. -- Our Wheat and Rye Crop was a good one both in Quality and Quantity, but when you undertake to Find Seed To How You should Select the Best of fill. ?jMS3JiU' OT.reJESaJfffcgBSyra This is what we have done in selecting our Seed Wheat and Seed Rye. A look will convince you that it's worth the difference to buy good seed. Our stock is ready for spection. Timothy seed bought now will save you money. We have a large stock. TSj- 1 mi aT3 J -i -" b k H B in- s3 ! a St.! s: & as .i vtezzaE&I T; f Krmragg S3 J2L ' & .; 3L -- M J5L te 3svwxil isa Jr fc. v jSr a. This is our kind, and wTe can convince you, with one little order for one 24 or 48 pound sack. Save Obelisk Flour Tickets, they are worth money. "rrriKrrcarsa"- r iaaasbissssaBsas j. service is unequaled. We solicit your inquiries for ftfiT. AM&fin Our stock is fresh and ourPlaster. a er' jf h a Cement, Brick, Sand and ' 3uZZZ?"! py - L S fc . I PHONE - YOU asaa MUST BE ftmBiBiEi&ssEisiK&sai mzzizz: i2E32CTOa!KfiSS23?Ji3E5S5iJSIgS35!EE3e2iaHRffiS SATISFIED WHEN YOU TRADE WITH Knocking on the Door. Shy on Names. Wanted -- To exchange two thoroughCOT To me all knocking at a closed door 1 One would, suppose that even in bred Southdown rams ot extra quality, large families parents wouldn't run is fraught with the tragic, an imperaI FARMER'S COLUMN four years old, to two of the same age out ol names to give tbeir children. tive summons to open to the unknowns Mr. O, J. Hardin is suffering with or younger. Phone 347-to suspend for the time the present 1 Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 his eyes. D. B. Pelphrey. R. R. No 3- - But a certain laek of imagination or action or conversation to make way for vyiiifWftnwx oooqqoo0OO years experience in the business. material is evident in sections of the Mr. John Fain of Kansas is visiting Look for other bargains listed in next and cli t a .;ng I. to i die eiclu e. nee foreign populated west side. A Uuited that which may not be denied. 1 his mother. with myself particularly, use ! our fn'ML'i m: rrtber. rtid Is lor issue. Owners of farms who want to Charities worker on one of her recent of itcl (Eti'H m'hI giich tilings oti Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncan visited I' investigations came across a family when in a room alone that a sudden sell should see us at once. - Irttiu-l niui mJciI to rtci knocking at the door, coming without where three of the young oues were 85$ acres of land on pike mile from his brother last week. o Xo ill .i oer four named Joe. Her first thought was previous warning as to who might good village 9 miles from Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Waide of Jessamine i lira, and "on isii. of Hie Mme Calliaux who killed Gaston either the father or mother had wish admittance, suspends as if in midfirst class land, good improvements, 10 spent the week with friends here. editor of "Figaro'' the famous that married more air the thought or act upon which 1 been than once, but to room dwelling, well watered. In the Mrs. Coy Sanders entertained a numWoi tli French newspaper was acquitted for her amazement slab did not prove to am engaged. A feeling of vague ap.. tin's s:ki I for .sale. Manners In Russia. prehension possesses me. n momentary Mme. Viardnt. the famous musician famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. ber of her friends at dinner Saturday. J. money. J. A. Kratton. the crime. be the case. The mother simply liked wonderment at the sudden mid unexgives one u poor impression of Rus- Price 125. CO per acre. Read Hudson & Hughes adv. on pae Judge tt L. imith, judicial district, the name Joe mid took the path of pected interruption of thought. And James I. Hamilton h.s CO good cwp, sian maimers from the account she Three cottages at the low prices. S. least resistance. died at Clinton, Ky., as the result of I have observed, too. when in a room !if will sell on t.ne J cars time. narrates in her "Memories ami Adven- I1SOO., $2000. and$2100. "But." asked the visitor, turning to Mr. Luther Raney and family were taking embolic under the impression one of the little fellows, "how do you with others, that at a knocking- at the tures" of a v isit to the Crimea in lSNi. j 86 acres, on pike, very fertile tend, guests 'i tol.acco sticks tlitt he was cik'ng a remedy for indi7anted: about last week of his sister Mrs. U. door Till will turn toward it. suspendTheir "want of logic" amused her. know when to come when your mamma high class improvements, beautiful lo- -j G. Preston. E. Henr.,, I. 1. Lancaster Ivy. gestion. ing action, leaving the speech uncom"It enables them to be scrupulously cation Everything considered, wants you?" it is a Mrs. Mary Sanders "Oh. that's easy." was the reply. pleted, with a strained expression in clean in their persons." she says, "and j bargain at $140. spent a few days Within the lat lew weeks 100.000. with rOR SAMS' A their eyes, as If fearing something dis- jet they are not nice in their table with her daughter Mrs. Mattie Duncan 000 in gold, the largest amount ever "When she wants me she calls Moe.' astrous, EILin. 200 acres good land, near Bryant3vilU 1 calf. while the shadow of silence manners. One substitutes his linger exported in the same length of time, and I come, and when she wants my will fall upon us until the door is for his fork, another drinks out of the well improved, large tobacco barn. If at Burgin. Hamilton & II :.j:i:j. Paint Lick. has been bent to Europe. The big war brother, why. he comes." The excursion boat made a trip to j you a money maker see this farm. This explanation is still rather un- opened and the cause of the unknown cream jug. a third cools his perspiring $70. wantacre. K iitte No. - 1irv-- . fi - loi 'if lumber scare was Uie oc'aio.i for the export. High Bridge Sunday. There were llt per summons discovered. Though the shad brow with the bread knife." satisfactory, biit the practice of calling f . a!e. But. if their maimers were doubtful. Four hundred acres of as fertile land on it. It will make regular trips every Many warrants have been sworn out several children in one family by the ow of silence in such an instance is SA.LH:-JV.may fall so their music was divine. "The whole ' as there is in Kentucky, near famous other Sunday. The next one will run ready I'OR I'Jroc fines assessed against Louisville same name. I understand, is not un- of such short duration and and lightly upon some that it may be nation is thoroughly miisioal. down to Camp Dick Robinson section. 4 tobacco on August 9th. H. I). Krje. f service. automobile ownrs charging them with common in Chicago. Chicago Iuter to me it 'is none the less the lowest." And in the mutter of, barns, silo, tenant houses, v Kv. Uiibb'e, stock barn, Using jictiuuus or expired state license Ocean, manners, as in other things. Uussia larp-e- . real. Atlantic. attrartiv R rnnm r?dnf Vm long way since lSSli. Bros., a tags. has traveled a Wni Hoysion lJ to Center n Way. . A Freak In Stone. !.: . - r... """ uuo" Easygo (who hs Just borrowed ?40 The Trick of Ski Jumping. , "'i'""-M- ! mare for $140 :h! . cattle to E. L The rocky maze of I'rnebov. near District Attorney Charles Whitman, gouu nome, uau casu, , iiivrauueiit. anu Mucn obliged, old man. I can The Orange. The art of ski jumping is not so easy ..)o;! at from 4 ly CJ cents per pound tlie holed New Yoik prosecutor, has .Japan, in northern Bohemia, is a ver1 to 10 years time. Cheap at pay on my taller and begin the year orange was brought fram Asia ns declared himselt a candidate for the itable natural curiosity. It has been to it looks before trying, nor so hard toThe Spain and Portugal iii the sixteenth 5100. per acre. free of debt. learn as it might appear after the :ir. T. W. Coitii. hancaiter UtjIp. republican noir.:. aticn for Governor of well described as a gigantic "freak in . 1. ha-- . S j wirliiips and one No 491. ISo acres of high class land, stone." To enter the labyrinth with- first attempt. At the start, or takeoff, century. It was taken to South Amerj New York. ill s"l at a bargain. 'I mule, ; out a guide is :i perilous proceeding, come down as though you were coast- ica by the earlj explorers and ran wild 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per J Returns frorii the Texas eliCtion for an unwary adventurer would prob ing on the ski. then at the moment of in the forests of the Amazon. Orig- acre, 120. LIVE STOCK JIAHKET. the takeoff bend the body well forwaul inally a small, N'irs. Maty Ca'U on Lancaster and shows Fergusjii. to ably speedily be lost in the tortuous from fhe hips and throw as much of cultivated up sour fruit, it has 193. Cottage and 5C acres of fertcle ciNcixxATi mn stm;k yards. tn its present size and C , percre-- k ji'kf, has a cuttinp: box, j have been nomin-iteby from 40,000 to windings of the maze, where the paths the weight as possible into the knees. sweetness. land, large tobacco barm, all but U JnI" u The orange industry Hoc-- i Cattle Sh.'. t in niaclniie hh1 hay rake for sale 4a,000, while Uie suomission as to ate are so narrow and crooked and the Asyou leave the edge of the jump CATTLK: Ship;.!--in the United States about !l75 acres in grass, on pike in one mile of TVb), Jt -, cliffs on the side so high that the ex-- t straighten All in ood repair. a;j. wide prohibition vas defeated by from quickly at the hips and se- and about 1SS was web advanced. Lancaster. Price ?120. per acre. Batcher steers extra s OUGtit ?i plorer soon loses all idea of locality cure as much as possible the effect of Good tn choice 7 OP T 90 15,000 to"20,Gl'J In days of iiery persecution the Mora- jumping straight out into the air. The number of orange trees in this No 494. Several pieces of splendid Common to fair htrayed tx no place, near three ,.. 7a a 7; country is now close to 10.i..i0.ni0. of Helfsra. extra fo.-I.ftfg p ot Sujjar Creek, about May 11th, I Fire originating in the feed pen3 of vian and Bohemian brethren's secret While in the air hold the arms as still which California has about CO percent city property for sale. Good to ' prayer meetings used to be held here, as possible in the position that best 7.Bi7M 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from Common choice a Iws- - Owner can have same by prov-,-:- the Routbon Stocic Yaidi, Louisville, and Florida :0. the remainder being to rnlr Monday night destroyed cue third of just as the early Christians assembled preserves the balance, keep the ski chiefly in Louisiana and Arizona. Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles Cows, extra property and payincr charges. 6 2oc. SO the plant at a loss estimated at 175, 0C0. to worship in the catacombs. The points slightly down, as near as possi. Kill Grimes. from Lancaster, good improvements, Good to choice i coie 00 cliffs are honeycombed with cells, and ble parallel with the slope of the hill ;One thousand sheep we:e cremated and And He Wanted More. large tobacco bam, well worth the Common to fair 3W6 30 at the far end of the maze Is a rock The body should be perpendicular to I have for sale, one 4 year old Jersey i a number of cattle injured. "Do the Irish like the Italians. Pat?" price of $100. per acre. Canncr a 0C4 ro castle where in the old days a robber the slope and the skis kept well togeth, Bnllg baloitrt "Sure they do." answered Pat. 5TA5K.V two 2 year old jerseys, with calves er. On landing advance one ski as far lived and took toll of all 222 acres of fine land near Lan- Fat balls ' CaDt. E. L. D. 497. who baron rt ,liaT nc . "There's 5.000 of 'em where I work. and n nice heifer, ficsh in fall. The shape of some of the rock" as possible without upsetting, bending I & Lexington pike, splendid imCAI.VKS' fxtrn lOSKjtloai F. M. Tinder, Lancaster Ky. for two years has been an instructor of Is very curious. There are, for in- the knee of the leg that is advauced. . an' 1 wouldn't mind if there were 5,000 caster I'air ;o good provements, at $90. per acre. the Kentucky National Guard, is dead more." Common tiiil lir-;-- i ystance, the "bishop and miter," the Keep the skis together and parallel, j .. He 'Wbere do you work?" 498. G3 acres, improved, near Paint UOfJS : rooiI packers and botchers V. S. Embry has sjme Jersey Kultz at Asheville N" C. of tuberculosis. STyti ! 30 "Madonna and the child" and many The rest is practice uud more practice. ' "In an Italian cemetery." Philadel Lick Graded School at $93. per acre. -- Outing. ! aM4 9 5(1 Mixnl packers eed wheat for sale. It was grown was a son of Maj. Genera! Josesh Cabell others. London Sketch. ' phia Ledger. ; from seed recoiiinier.dec! by the State 'Breckinridge, retired, of Washington 499. 7SJ acres of rich land, right on Stags Common to choice heary fat Hows. 50 8 so D. C. Noncommittal. ' Experimental station. Boys and Sleep. pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancas- Light shippers y ' Mighty Careful. 9 10(3 ( 35 One thing a growing boy wants to be ; A certain chap named James was j Special officer S. M. Turpin of the ... . 7509 15 Marcella Your friend Beanbrough ter, priced at $120. per acre and is - Pigs, (110 lbs and less) .. Mr. J. H. 1 honijison, who lives near Paris police force was instantly Killed long on is sleep, and yet he is most apt never known to take a decided staid .'. SHEEP: extra J tW 3 mi be greatly bothered with in- worth it. Preachersville, lias 40 ewes fresh from j by a load from a shot gun in the hands to ue careless aiiout it. 1$. Is during on any question. With a view to trap-Din- teems to Waverly Good to t sUcti to say so! No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike. Common choice committing himself two digestion. him into to fair 2S0tgJ0O Rockcastle and IViiaski county, that he I of Ridley Reed a drink-crazenegro sleep that a boy grows . most and friends went into James' office one day He absolutely refused to atteud a mov- near Bryantsville. $100. per acre. catches up. During fiis waking hours is offering cheap. ing picture show the other evening bewho Turpin and other officers were atNo 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from he tears down and burns up more tis- and started to talk about a buffalo eat- cause one of the scenes had a banquet ':ii:!con who recently tempting to arrest. Reed wa3 in turn sue than be builds. Good, sound am! ing grapes. Mr. J. I. H town limits of Lancaster on Lexington lu it Judge. "Some people may think that a bufpurchased the Vanar&dale farm n'ar fatally shot by Ceief of Police Fred sufficient sleep is essential to growth, Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildstrength and endurance. A boy scou. falo doesn't eat grapes." remarked one sold f5 .icres of the above Link. Bryantsville, ing sites, a bargain at $150. peacre. Badly Smitten. should have atleast nine or ten hours of the friends, "but when I was In the tract for $0030, to Mr. Tom HickT and She I, must leave you here. I'm go503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile west a few years ago 1 saw one of twenty-fouof sleep out of every if ing to have a tooth extracted. He--Ob. from pike, fertile land, highly improved J. C. Williams you lose out on this amount on one them climb twenty feet into a tree to I think I'll have ll, splendid water, susceptible of day make it up the next. Whenever pluck off a bunch of the luscious fruit." too. Fliegende Blatter. -one taken out Messrs Ed and N. B. Price have four "A buffalo climb a tree!" Increduunusually tired or when you feel ontof division into two or three farms. hogs for sale. They are 9jMt .v male Duroc trim stay in bed a few hours more ir lously exclaimed the other "Who per acre. bred in the purp'e. being by Col. I Am, Riches and Happiness. Leading Manufacturing Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE s it is possible. A. boy should wake up ever heard of such a thing? Say. . dr.-Rloomfield Lad v. Seek not to be rich, but happy. The 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from down a chick's throat cures each morning feeling like a fighting Jim," he continued, turning to the non- gne lies in bags, the other in content, u Rapes. A few drops In the Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other think of cock. When he doesn't he ought to get committal one. "what drinking irater cures and has 15 young Southdown It. L. Elkia wjaich wealth can never give. Wilprevents cholera, diarrhoea beautiful level building site fronting to bed earlier that night.. Sleep is a a preposterous statement like this-?cues, with lambs, registered orsubject and other chick disease. One "Why. 1 hardly know," was the calm liam Penn. pike. $110. per acra. wonderful restorative and tonic. It 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of Mam Sli- to registry, some imported, that can. medicine At all irugglsU. store up energy and conserve rejoinder- - of James, "but there's no helps to For. further particulars write or call Cultlration la as necessary .to the Sample and booklet on telling what a buffalo might do when be bought worth the money, all good Lexinon-:- -t strength. ".Boy Scouts-o- t America." of Fowls' sent a on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real esmind na food to the body. Cicero. be wants grapes." Exchange. royally bred, also one reg-1erquality and RuMdj Co.ltilsjtai.rj tate men. Lancaster, Ky. York, Brussels, Belgium. New buck have-observe- nUDoUiN (((BiBBB''' wr LANCASTER. W KX UGH CZ5 w?7irnra PHONE 26 LANCASTER, KY. TB if t"- r General News. the Hyphen That Brings Buuer Seller A DVERTISING Is RARE BARGAINS. Together. i1 Cal-mett- e, ;'r i. prnJ-ferwyco- 1 - T :. non-balan- i i;-- b-- eu te-ga- s jr 4izV co-.v- e. wayfarers. .... .", oo-- c J (S I g d r, Victor Bogaert Go. lies-we- tP , - n Jewelers & Importers .JCfuckj do-yo- iseases ed FREE-Beorbo- ..a. . -- J- r- . v- "irt V4