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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 17, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915061701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 17, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $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. 7' J CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIOJOt, UMARMSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNUENl. rwxNir sixth tiar. I LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 17. 1915. Cut your weeds. Buy stason tickets for Chataugua. Call 202, "The Puritan" Tour drinks delivered. NUMBER II. STANLEY VINDICATED. The Supreme Court of the United and have States yesterday declared that the webb-henyo- ARMY HORSES AND MULES WANTED. Buy your Chautauqua tlcketi now. Season tickets $2.00) Children $1.00. I wish to thank the many kind people who remembered me so kindly, on my Viol Beagle. graduation; If you want n house, let us build and turn the key over to you. A. II. Bastin & Son. tf. See Lillian Ituirell in the World Film feature, "Wildfire1 at Homan'a Opera House, Friday Night, It' a story of a race horse, which you re sure to en Joy. J f J Sec our "Daniel Boone" Riding tor, constructed entirely of steel and mal- leable which makes tt exceptionally strong. Gultiva- The Pivot Dodge anil Pendulum movement of the Brings arc new mid nttrnrtivc features and Insure easy Tabcr, a magician of fifteen years' experience, will be In charge of Chil dren'a Mght at the forthcoming Lhau tauqiia here. But. while especially for Children; his program will be filled wl'h surprises' ard fun for old and young like. Band day is always a big feature of every itedpath Chautauqua and this year will be no exception to the rule. Jaroslav Cimera, the director, has been soloist is Sousa's, Kryl'a and Innes Band. He will not only direct but appear in trombone solos. f Any one having either of the above to prohibit the interstate shipments to sell should phone me, at Lancaster, 53 of liquor, was not applicable to such and I will drive to see them. shipment when" the said liquor Is for U- W. B. Button. personal use. It will be remembered Congressman A. 0. Stanley, when SPEAKERS CAMPAIGN that this bill was up in Congress, declared that it was a "faku" and refused to AGAINST ILLITERACY vote for it. The Louisville Post and other papers criticsed Mr. Stanley very The Kentucky Illiteracy commission bitterly. The Supreme Court of the announces the speakers campaign a, United States completely vindicates Mr against illiteracy as covering the Stanley and show to the world that he months of July, August and September. Is true to his trust and a man of splen One hundred and twenty of Kentucky's 51 Advo- - greatest orators, led by the governor of did legal knowledge.--Danvil- le vate. Kentucky, will invade every county to spur up the forces in the fight to wipe STANDS FOR HIGH IDEALISM out Illiteracy. Each county will have a campaign of Its local speakers in each The Lyceum and Chautauqua has its district, preliminary to th final rally. excus? for existence in that it stands During the three months each and every for high idealism. There was never a school district In Kentucky will be cam time when it was so much a necessity. paigned. This is the first campaign. People have never had a greater hunger educational or otherwise, to be extendor a greater need for entertainment; ed to each district in the state. but it must be entertainment very much worth while. A great religious wave EVERY DAY A RED is sweeping the country. Only the des- law which was designed ol We are headquarters for 1 I Deering Mowers, If 1 Bakes and Twine A complete line of Repairs. j jp handling. The latest improved machine of its kind on the market Ask for them. Auto Tickets CONN j! BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks. perate and depraved are spending precious money for cheap shows. The theater is turning towards the serious drama. The popular magazines have Even the moving paused to think. picture films are more instructive and FOR SALE. Any entertainment sincere. that H.iu.e nd let. lust been built a Year laifghs at purpose and sneers at Idealism Lot ii GCx375 will need to wait until the colossal and is in gooJ location. feet. Will sell at a bargain if aold world struggle Is finished. within the next 30 days. Apply at this LETTER DAY. This year's Redpath Chautauqua pro gram we believe to be the best Chautauqua program ever offered. Every day is a red letter day which you cannot afford to miss. These red letter events include: "Band Day," with its crowd and enthusiasm Grand Opera night." when one of the best known will Chautadqua musical companies present in special costumes selections grand opera; from a well known "Children's Night," with irs rollicking fun, magic, and mystery, and "Bede five-da- y q i ' Place your order for Binders and Twine. Do it Now. Phone 49. Si office. 4 SEINERS CAUGHT LIBRARY Womans Club i & & W K OPEN. will be DO YOU KNOW Library The g oien everv Friday afternoon from four And Held Oyer To Grand Jury. I HASELDEN BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. ft that you can buy shapes for 50cts, flowers for from 10 to 50cts per bunch and trim- mlngs of all kinds at greatly reduced prices. Call and see us if you want a real bar- gain. Hats trimmed free of charge with pur- chases of hat and trimmings. J? 2 to five. All of those having books out belonging to the Library will please turn them In tomorrow. CARD OF THANKS. & Miss Smtl'e Ready wishes to thank H her friends and acquaintances for their liberal patronage during her visit in Lancaster and also wishea to state her remedies wil be found at Miss Minnie Brown's Millinery Store. g Game Warden J. M. Bailey, of Boyle succeeded in landing fodr seiners be fore the court of that county for sein ing in Hanging Fork one day last week. He caught them with the goods and there was no way out for them, so Judge Coulter held them over to the September grand jury, in the sum of $100 each. A fine of ten dollars was drawn by one of the party and one o.tlier held under fifty dollar bond to await action of next grand jury. Keep up the good work Bro. Bailey and vou may be rewarded by finding some Garrard county offenders. Nation Its And these Problems and Progress." are but a few of the many good things In atrre for th'ose holding Chautauqua season tickets. Why not make Chau tauqua week an old home coming? In vite your friends from a distance lo enjoy it with you. They will greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness in their benaii. CONFUSION CONTROLS CONVENTION. Day " when Bede will lecture on "Our J. Adam t G. BUSY ir 31 1 C -- C M. LYONS CASH 55Jfo Jirnotd Francis. DC BUYS Mr. NICE TEAM. COUNTY r P - GO TO - Dickerson & FOR farrier Dry Goods. Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Beazley has recently pur ROMAN'S OPERA chased of Mr. Marion Johnson a hand HOUSE LEASED. some team of bay horses that are said to be as good as were ever tn the counitoman's Opera House has been ty. Th price was about $500.00 and leased to the managers of a Lexington knowing ones say they are richly worth Theater- - and Mr. Ramsey and Mr. Dud the money. They will maice an ideal ley, ot Lexington will,, at once, take hears team and will be used as such. charge of it, putting on only flrst-cla- s pictures and shows. Mr. Romans who has always been conscientious and painSIGN OF THE PURITAN. staking in all his dealings with the "The Puritan" has started a great public and while the "movie goers" whit way in Lancaster by having the give him manager It will regreat to to know up assuccessors first large white globe in town. is a pleasuio hi) stands out beckoning many to a de- it are men of experience in this line and lightful lunch and refreshing drink. will try in every way to please the The beauty of this attractive shop public. was further enhanced Wednesday evening by being decorated with Dorothv TERM Perkins roses and June lillies. JUNE OF CIRCUIT J. A. Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. W. C. T. U. SPEAKING. COURT BEGINS NEXT inr !! mi Select your Wall from a full stock. Paper JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of the latest medium priced paper. McROBFRTS. net 93 i S lontractors and Dealers We carry every thing in the builder's line such as SI i i TV appearances, Southeastern Kentucky for a series of Court, being thirty-fivspeeches in Bell and adjacent counties. quity and common law cases, the old docket, however, is well cUoned up. The Court has never been held since TAKES IN PARTNER. the date was changed from August to Mr and Mrs W. A. Farnau and young June at the regulor time in June on ac son, Kennedy Farnau. of Omaha, Neb., count of jurors and litigants being so have moved to Lancaster and will maka busily engaged in harvesting the crops, this their future home. They have The jurors are already telephoning the gone to househeeping in the home of Judge their corn and tobacco are in Dr. B. F. Walter, on Hill court. Mr weeds and meadow need cutting and Farnau recently purchased an interest asking to be excused to cultivate hia in the firm of Hudson & Hughes, our crop, and save the hay and to harvest local grain and seed dealers, and as the wheat. It is almost impossible to get a jury to serve at this time. In sumed his duties last Monday. carrying out the custom heretofore adopted the Judge will likely adjourn PLEASING COMPLIMENT. Court until the latter part of August Editor It. L. Elkin, of the Lancaster or the first of September. Record, was in town yesterday. Presi dent Stears made a wise choice in plac STATE AID CONTRACT ing Mr. Elkin on the executive com GIVEN HUGHES BROTHERS FROM mittee of the State Press association, 'JS as he Is very enthusiastic and u;efui City Limits To Fort Cburcb. ISM member of the organization. Danville e Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp spoke at MONDAY. the Christian church Saturday afternoon ana night. Mrs. Beauchamp, who Ii President nf the State W. C. T. T. ia Will Probably Adjoura Until Later engaged in a speaking campaign in the Date. eighth Congressional district this week advocating the nomination and election There is an unusual large docket for of temperance candidates. From here she went to Stanford, thence into June Term of the Garrard Circuit The republican county convention called by the chairman to meet at the court house last Saturday to elect delegates to the State platform coevention, had not the smooth sailing that was hoped for by the old line republicans. for the Bull Mooser's were there in force and created some confusion among the ranks, that looked for a time would make the breach even wider than it was three years ago. The trouble started when a resolution was offered by one of the Mooser's that the old committee resign and a new organiza This was tion be effected at once. bitterly opposed by the old liner's, they taking the stand that the time for re organization should be, as it always has been, in March of each year. The vote was taken and the chairman delost. cided that the resolution wa While this convention failed to endorse any candidate for Governor, the sentiment among the delegates selected, were unanimously in favor of Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset and without going on record were opposed to State-widProhibition. The following delegate were r.amed, among them being many prominent frogressiye. Jess banders, H. V. Bastin, Wm. Halcomb, Noah Marsee Jr. Dr. W. L. Carman, Dr. Bradley Montgomery, W. H. Herndon'A. H. Bastin, W. T. West. F. G. Hurt. G. M. Patterson, L. L. Walker, T. R. Stultz, R. H. Bat- e. STORE. The Challenge Sale is on In fall blast. Remember this sale only lasts 2 1 day, so you had better hnrry and get your share of the remarkable values being otfered. G: ii M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. il. ii son, George Leave!!. A. Leavell, George W. MEETING OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. The members of Kentucky Press Association have all returned from their summer outing ut beautiful Olimpia Springs, and settled down to work once more. Olimpia is one of the prettiest spots In the world, The scenery is tqual to any and unsurpassed by few places, but personally we. never did care for scenery on an empty stomach. The press people belong to the world of gvod fellow. They are at home In every condition of life, they appreciate the good things of life but realize per fjctly well that too much of a good thing is no good at all, therefore acenery with nothing on the side was no good at all. We advise the executive com mittee to try out several places before next years meeting, it i too hard on innocent women and children. We have always advised our friends when they feel a sudden burst of indignation to express themselves on the typewriter to their fullest and best, put in all the tobasco they have ia their soul but do not mail the letter. And ao yesterday, being atill hungry, we wrote out a real heart to heart talk about the fare and aervice at Olimpia, but being a weakly instead of a daily, we have had time to utlect and get a square meal. We take it alt back, everything wa just lovely and we had a grand tim. Wa believe It was Dean Swift who said he never cared for the bill of fare when he wa invited out, but he did cire about the bill of company. Well, the bill of company wa A no., and the program wa "par excellence" from atar to finish, what more could .ne ask for. . Rough and Dressed Lumber. Doors, Windows. Column Moulding. Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crushed Stone, Sand, Lime, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. Houses for rent and sale. ft. H. Bastin & Son Messenger. At a recent meeting of the Fiscal Mr. Stears Is a wise man and If ha made any mistakes this might be one. court, with Judge C. A. Arnold prebut we are pleased that Bangs thinks siding and the entire court present it was unanimously decided to award to it alright. Hughe Brothers of the city, the con tract to build under the state aid law, Y. WILKINSON-CASEthe Lexington pike, beginning at thi ahort city limit and extending as far a the After love at first sight and courtship. Miss Billie Wilkinson and Fork church. This contract was let by competitive bids and the on offered by Dr. John M. Casey surprised their Hughe Brother being the lowest wa friends by driving over to. Danville and price of $1.60 per cubic getting married Thursday evening at awarded at the yard. The rock to be furnished for 10 o'clock. will be supplied from the They were accompanied by Mr. and this road Mr. A, B. Brown. Mrs. Authur Joseph, and Elder Gar- quarry of The lowest bid for the reconstruction rison performed the ceremony, at the Christian church, that made them man ot th'e Stanford pike, wa $2.25 per by th and wife. Miss Billie has always been cubic yard and was turned down tn Lancaster she is bright court and the county will construct favorite a lovely disposition and Uaia.ruad with it own machinery and and possess begin at once. while the groom has only lived with ua the work on same will Above Is one of the many thrilling aad gripping scenes in the late production "WILD FIRE" featuring the favorite star Lillian Russell. to be showa at Romans Opera House few weeks he haa proven well worthy For Safe. of the prize be haa won. One sanitary feeding coop. Call and The Record join their friend in wishing them "bon voyage". iiupect at the homo of, J. D. Prayther. Friday Night, Tune 18th. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday June 17, I SECOND WEEK OF Stock Reducing Sale Our Stock Reducing Sale is now in full swing, and we are determined to cut down the quantity of goods in each department to a size that can be better handled in our restricted temporary quarters. It is absolutely necessary that we do this quickly, and to accomplish this desired end, we are naming prices much lower than usually prevail at an ordinary sale. Everything in the house at Reduced Prices. ; , A SAFE INVESTMENT ' FREE FROM STATE, COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. PAYING 7 8i 0 C. C. Mengel r; ctiunutniE Bro. Co. rir fiiii PREFERRED AS TO DOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarterly WWml Dates, first Mnrelny In March, June, Septemlxrand Uvetmtx-r-. RedwmaWe a it whole or in part, nt any tiro, at Um ctkin of the Company at 12.1 ami accrual dividend. CAPITALIZATION. Sl.BOO.OOO- S1.E00.000 2,000.000 1,437,000 Important features resnrdinR the businew of this Company and this issue of stock may bo umtn;iriicl briefly at follows: 1. This stock is a Ieg.il investment for trust fundi intiw State of Kentucky. 2. The company lms ik hnndeil or mortgage indebtedness. '.. This business vns established in 187 by C. C. .Mangel and C. R. Mcncel, ami incorjwrated in- - VMl a C. 0. Mengel A Hro. Co., under tho laws of tho State of Kentucky, and has been continuously successful during the whole ieriod of 38 years. I. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest inijwrter of Mahogany in the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 1911 j; mnmo stock. il turn $103. 7 Cumulative Common Slock Prfarrd' . Authorlt.d Oul.tanftfuf BfoeU ( 11 v HON. elor. & IfU"iseruan Coinvavi v. Take DANVILLE, KENTUCkY. Art Unadorned. I like my art unadorned; thought and skill and tbo other strange quality that Is added thereto to mako things beautiful and nothing mora. A far thing's worth of paint and paper, and behold! a thing of beautyl as they do In Janao. And It It should fall into the fire we'll, It has gone like yesterday's sunset, and tomorrow thero will be another. It. 0. Wells. Ihi-in- EMMET PURYEAR. a IS; J911!, 21; IHlII. 11; legal proceedings o. The lllll, Stock have been passed upon by ludge Alex. Archibald H. Young, Est., of Louisville. for the iwe 16. of the above I'rafikrrod 1 Humphrey, and Editors Herald: Since our county man, Hon. 11. V. Keenon, has withdrawn from the race for Commonwealth's Attorney, and new alignments must bo formed in this race, we think it fair and light to make some suggestions. Mr. I'uryerr was elected to fill an unexpired term.' He seems to have been faithful and efficient. He is a young man of unblemished character, well equipped to discharge the duties of the office, and his past service has shown him to be diligent and energetic. During the days of the campaign just past no whisper has been breathed affecting his democracy, his competency, or the efficiency of his work. The voters of Mercer county, without reflecting in the slightest degree upon Mr. Puryear's opponent, are able to give consideration to the e Democratic principle that a public servant who has been true and faithful is entitled to an endorsement at the hands of those whom he has served well. Personal affection and county pride may have stood in your way betore, but that is removed and every Democrat in the county now has an opportunity to say whether he believes in, and desires to see, a principle of his party upheld. Those who do can exemplify their faith in a very practical way. We are not endeavoring to dictate to any one, but offer these suggestions to those who believe in reason and try ta apply its conclusions to all their affairs. We hope the voters of Mercer county will give Mr. Puryear a large majority in compliment of his past faithfulness, and in doing this they will make no mistake and have nothing to regret Harrodsburg Herald. (Adv.) d It will "act as a laxative' In" the morning ' l R. E. McRobtrts Tonlaht PRICE SlOO PER SHARE. Av.crucl Dividends t be Added. ' JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. Why Hand Shaking Is Dangerous Bacteriologists recently found under the fingernails of men, women and The Spui of Necessity. Freedom to do exactly as one chooses, 'children no less than thirteen different It long continued, usually brings ono kinds of disease germs. Including those to a point where nothing seems worth of tuberculosis, diphtheria ynd lnfluchoosing. Wo fret at the constraint of duty and the spur of necessity, but there Is nothing in life that supplies ' Plants Can Feel. such zest as tho fact that things must We now know that plants are able be done and aro given Into our bands to feel objects at a distance. Certain' to be accomplished. ferns, for example, will begin to send down a root on the outside of the pot the Instant water Is placed In the Cultivate Art of Listening. Listening always Implies under- saucer; and, when a fly Is placed be standing, for neither the babe nor the fore a sundew plant tho leaf reaches sage will come and talk to us if our for the Insect with Its tentacles. ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. WAKEFIELD Be CO. JOHN w. a D. s. GREEN LOUISVILLE. KY. Special circular giving complotw details of the above isssuc of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment for the stock may be made at the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. w I" T9IIIII the one looked forward to and later cherished, is not the one that comes on a cheap, muddy sheet: not the one that begins with an apology for the paper This is why people whc vr.". LINEN. S 2 vr at t understanding has not first awakened them and called them forth. "Counsel Answer to a Correspondent. In the heart of man Is HKe deep waNo, Mr. nosbyshell, you must not ter," says the ancient, "but a man of confound bellona with bologna. The understanding will draw It out." one, belongs to the ago of myths and to the sausage. The bellona the other Is made chiefly of hot dogs of war. Caesar and Napoleon. great risks In the en- whereas the bologna well, never "Caesar ran terprises Into which his bold spirit Im- mind what the bologna Is made of. pelled him," Napoleon said at St. He- Shut your eyes and eat It, and be eon lena. "He came out of them success- tent with the thought that, whatever fully through his genius. His battles their origin. It Is constructed of little In the Civil war.were real battles. Up pieces of something, while the other Is not. to my tlmo France still felt bis English Table Delicacy. wish their letters to present a good appearance, demand and use HIGHLAND Si 9 If you have never used this paper, a treat is in store for you. Its smooth, inviting ft mj mwwm i i i i i LMmmmu linen surface is conducive good penmanship and free to ex- - pression. t 3' vv"' fV f MlKllSlKI SMNft MURIUM S Foreign Doctors. The Englishman's weakness for pud One does not need to be a clttzen of ding and pie Is attested by the fact the United States In order to be per- that the great London fire began at mitted to practice medicine In this Pudding lana and ended at Iye cor m4 country. Tbo foreign-borperson. It ncr. Wine Office court derived Its pass tho required examination. name from the wine traffic formerly i ablo to can practice as well as the native carried on there. Lambert Slmnel, born. the pretender In Henry VIU's time, originated tho Slmnel or mid-Len- t PS cake, now a celebrated specialty of Individual Gifts. jji Hereford. The cake Is made of flour Degrees Infinite ot luster there must filled with plums and candled peel, always be, but tho weakest among us( It Is tied In a cloth and boiled for S2 has n gift, however seemingly trivial, hours, after which It is brushed over which Is peculiar to him, and which, with egg and baked bard. worthily used, will bo a gift also to ft Now all you Qood Fellows can have this thirst-quenchin- g his race forever. Ruskln. Guessed What Donation Was. A certain usher In a village church Man With Glasses. It Is a greater crime In the eye ot had a way ot his own of dealing with cases tho law to strike a man who wears day of doubtful charity. One Suna he came around with the bag to glasses than It is to assault one who open-bandedoes not wear glasses. In most of gentleman ot doubtful neas. This worthy, remembering, no the states this law obtains, It not In doubt, that one should not publish. all ot them. one's good deeds too widely, concealed fist and his donation In his close-shu- t reached for the bag, whereupon tho In New York Savings Banks. Two million persons in New York collector, deftly withdrawing It before have money In tbo savings banks; he could reach It, said In a stern whis were they to sharo their savings with per: "Give It to mo, sir. One has Just the rest ot the population ot the city, come off my waistcoat." each ot the 6,000,000 would havo 1225. drink There's a world of Good Fellowship and Good Cheer in Here, There, Everu where I 1 (: To INSURE In a Leading III I I American Company and Marine. Such as the Springfield CAPITAL, 2, rtOO, 000,00 fire 1 Af Founts 5Vhrfled THOMAS & EL KIN, Agents. I "9 ffil:::::: I I I r I but a lot o' folks keep on tryln' It Jes' de same." Unusual. Speaking ot long memories, a writer In the UoBton Globe says: "I can remember my grandmother wlieu'nlne-teemonths of age." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Better to Spend Wisely. It a man hoards money and enjoys tt not, be is a fit companion for the donkey that dines on thistles when grass Is plentiful. Very Similar. Life Is a good deal like baseball. It Is one thing to get to the top of the league and another to stay there. Detroit Free Press, . Or Hit Own Thumb. Let us lire In hopes. Even tlj knocker may Anally land his hammer on ft nail. Alexandria Times-Tribun- Uncle Eben. "A man alius gits caught at It," said Uncle Eben. "when be tries to say sumpln' spiteful disguised as a Joke, STOP AT OUR There's a "Here's How" and a "Here's YOUR GLASSES. Who Fits Your Glasses? Do you patronize the Jeweler, the Peddler or the Medical Man? I I 1 1 Why not consult some one who knows enough about glasses to make a living out of the optical business? If a man can't make a living out of his regular business, what do you expect him to know about your eyesT I 1 I I 1 I n GARAGE When in Danville Good Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Hoping," and a real joy- - of - Drinking that BETTER SEE SIMPSON We have all modern appliances for examining eyes for glasses We use modem methods. No Drugs. We make the glass In our own shop and guarantee satisfaction. We do nothing but examine eyes and make glasses. No sid lines. 9 I 1 Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & J. A. oin ni j T. ....it. 401-- I.1. 4JJU. rscivv VT1 uaiii m.l Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician. IsbAinuiUiif nv t IV SIMPSON, I gether. Just say, "PARFAY." If there's any place you can't get Parfay Exclusive Distributors. and delightfully social. So next time, when all Good Fellows get was never before attained in a soft drink. There's 'a stimulating zest and an exhilarating tan& about PARFAY that makes it uniquely to- tell us SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. I Larger Thin United States. The Dominion ot Canada Is larger than the United States proper by tome 730,000 square piles. Lancaster Bottling Works Danville, Ky. 'he Central Record, Thursday June 7, 1 19 1 5 Page 3 BIG CHAUTAUQUA f LIFE STORY OF BUI?NA VISTA That Is what a lot of people tell "I Don't Feel Good" u; h Cry for Fletcher's (if Tho Kind You Hum Alvvnys Ilonglit, nnd wlileli hut liccn In u ho for over 'M years, lum borno tlio lgimturo ot unci lms Itocn nmilo witlcr hi per-- fj nonlil miiKTvInlim Mnco ll Infancy. y1 ST7CUcUU Allow no ono loilorHve you In tlit.t. " nro Imt All CoiiutorfcltN, Imitation nml 1:tIiih'M( Hint trlllu tltH nnd milliliter tlio lirnltli ot luIuntM and Clilldrcn 1Jx;ct1ciico ngulinit KiperliucuU Mn. M. A. Hamilton wai a recent vliltor in Lancaster. will do tho trick and make you feel One. Johnny and Jerome Dismuke of Bur- We know this positively. Take on gin arc visiting here. tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents- .'Mr. Geo. Harnett of Burgln win here R. E. MeRoberts latt week In Intent of hit farm. Mr. ami Mra. Will Smalley art) happy "Some men are bctn with sllver'apoons llight In their mouths", said Wands with a fine hoy, born June 10th. "All Kentuckians are born", aald Hoons Mendames Hiram Dickeraon, WlllLan With corkcrews in their hands". of Cairp Nelson vititeil relative! last week. Miia Kathryn McCann of Lexington was the guest of Mrs. Jas Christopner Usually their bowels only need eleanain f. OPENING NIGHT THRILLING REV. A White Child A Hunted JOSEPH K. GRIFFIS, "TAHAN A Kiowa Captive Paleface Savage Court Nariialed Deserter A Converted Savage An Indian Soldier yjwy STANFORD S. J; Hell, of Middleburg was here aeeral days last week on business. Miss Ceolia i'ennybaker, of Danville is the nttrnctlvp guest of her aunt, Mrs A. C. Hill. C. It. Coleman, of Csry. Bell county, spent several days here this week with his family. Harris and Thomas Coleman, of the University-o- f Virginia, are at home Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Hobert Ruble of Danville spent the week's end with his Wanderer Successful Clergyman Recaptured by Custer Escaped Military Prisoner Salvation Army Captain Lecturer I t A Widely Known TiinI-iih-b- j j mother. Mesdsmes G. II. and linriiilrM Miliitltutfl for Cimfor Oil, Pn,rt liorlc, lniiH nnd Nootlilitu Hyrtipi. It N plcnmitit. It contains iu'ltljcr 0ilnin, JWorpliino nor other Niireotlo KiiliHtunco. It iiki It IH Kiiarantro. It ilcHtroyn AVornis nnd nlliiyn IVtcrMiiipn. I'or more tlinu thirty years It lui.i lirrii In ooiitaiit iito for tlio relief of Constipation, riatnli'iicy, V. Ind Colli', nil Tcrtlilwr Trouble nnd It regulate tlio Ktoiimrli nnd lloM'-l.i- , IllarrUn'il. iioolmllati'M tlio 1'ood, glvliiir licnltliy and natural sleep. Cnntnrl.-- i What is CASTOR A a I U were week-enrelatives. d J. V. Lane visitors of Lancaster Lancaster Chautauqua June BUCKEYE Mr. Earl Carter of Berea College is at home for the vacation. Miss Wilma Ray oi Berea College is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray. Mimes Ha Hill and Barbara Gulley spent Thursday night with Miss Pattie Long. Mr. Earl and Lucinda Carter were the guests of Mr. Smilie and Miss Ha Hill Sunday. Mrs. Eugee and little aon William Robert of Lexington, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Misses Ila Hill and Barbara Gulley and Mr. Smilly Hill attended the closing school exercises at Lancaster. Miss Mary Lee Kurtz spent last week with her cousin Mia Mavme Stann and attinded the closing school exercises. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders and little daughters, Lucille and Gretchen Hope spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Whltaker at Nina. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Cotton and child ren, Mrs. Ira Tester and Mr. Lafayette Cotton were the guests of Mr. and Mrs L. F. Brown Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Flora Long, Mra Martha Carter, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Amon, Mr. Wm. Long and Miss Lucinda Carter motored to Berea Wednesday for the Com mencement. 24th-28- th 'J'lio Children's I'unucca-'i'- ho Mother's l'rlcud. GENUINE CASTORIA SI ) Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Mrs. Chas. Dietrich and children were visitors in N'icholasvllle part of last week. Mr. and Mra. John Askins of spent Sunday with J. W. Aikina and family. Master Niinrod Huster' of Hurgin spent last week with his nUnt, Mrs. J. W. Scott, Jr. Little Miss Eugenia Dunlap of LanMrs caster Is visiting her M. A. Hamilton. Mr. Amos Skinner of North Dakota guest of Mr. and Mra. was a week-enW- - It. Cunningham. Mrs. John Davis and children of Hazard are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ison. Miss Grace Ison of Asburv College la spending part of her vacation with her grnnd-mothd for the summer. Mrs. J. E. Duck, of Gilbert's Creek, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Miss Mattie Tribt-le- . of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Albert Severance and other friends here. Miss Woolfolk, of Lexington and Miss Nell Hourne, of Lancaster are the guest of Mra. W. K. Warner. Mrs. Alfred Pence has been confined to her bed for several dayson account of an attack of appendicitis. Miss Eva I'ankin left Monday for ltichmond, where she will enter the Normal School for the summer. Mr. John Ritchie and Miss Nancy Dudderar, of Louisville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George De Horde. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCatt were S. N. Ison. Itev. J. It. Smith of Lancaster Tilled his regular appointment at the Presbygrand-fathe- r I. 1 If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. terian church Sunday. Messrs John Duncan and Jas Floyd of Uurgin attended church here Sunday and were guests of J. W. Askins and family. the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall at Maretshurg Sunday. Miss Woolfolk, of Lexington and Miss Nell Hourne. of Lancaster. The evening was indeed a very pleasant one. Gladys Misses Sadie Huble and Mrs. W. K. Warner entertained at Hamilton have returned from a pleat-an- t her handsome home on Lancaster street visit with their cousin Miss Martha Monday evening in honor of her guests Munday of Georgetown. Gtt Rid Of Your Rheoautism. a An average cost of two cents a mile provides for operating and maintaining a Ford car. And "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" assures the continuous use of your car. In Missea Annie McKinney and Sue Rout have returned home after a visit to Miss Estill Walkerin Garrard county. every contingency there's a Ford dealer near by, with a complete stock of parts. Barring the unforeseen, each buyer of a new Ford car at retail between August 1914 and August 1915 will receive from $40. to $G0. as a share of the Ford Motor Company'a profits. Runabout $440; Touring Car $490'; Town Car $690; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, I. o. 0. Detroit with all equipment. On display and aale at Miss Josephine Carpenter returned Now Is the time to get rid of your rheumatism, t'ou can do it If you ap home Saturday from Sbelbyvide. where W. A. she had been for several months in ply Chamberlain's Liniment. Lockhard, Homer C'tv, N. Y., writes. school. Mrs. Delia B. Cooke. Mra. J. II. "Last spring I suffered frcm rheuma tism with terrible pains in my arms Shanks and Miss Mary Shepherd Cooke I got a bottle of Cham are visiting Mrs. J. M. Owens at and shouldera. berlain'a Liniirent and the first appli Somerset. cation relieved me. By using one hot Mrs. T. W. Pennington and little tie of It I was entirely cured." For daughter, Anne Frances are the gueJt sale by all dealers. of her aiater, Mra. R. W. Keenon at ONE THE MADISON isiOityjBVTEri GARAGE, Richmond. Kentucky. 5ecler, PHONE 27. fjallard & Scott, BRY ANTSVILLE, Kv. Visit Don't miss the wonderful nnnortunitv for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition San Francisco San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Panama California Exposition tj Couthekn Railway Pmi.rCarrUr of th South For full Information, lie Ticket Agent. Southern Railway br write B. H. ToJd, District Panen-f- t Agent, Southern Railway, Louliville, Kjr. Harrodsburg. Miss Margaret Warren, who taught MT. HEBRON Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE at Columbus. Ohio last year is at home down a chick's throat enrea for the summer with her mother, Mrs. A few drops la the Sapea, Mra. Everett Duncan is on the sick Charlotte Warren. water cures and prerenta csolera, diarrhoea list. Miss Ida Judd, who taught in the and otherchlck diseases. One Soc bottle makea 13 rallom of Mr. Sam Dalton Is visiting relatives Stanford Graded School last year, is medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "DisIn Jackson Co. taking a normal course at Bowling rSVSfpLui eases of Fowls" aent FREE. Biirbn ItsmS; Co. luiirtaa, Ij Miss Aimer Dean, of Junction City, Green this summer. Spalding Hill, who has been attendapent last week with her uncle, Mr, ing school at Washington and Lee Alex Dean. Sold by MeRoberts Drug Store University, Lexington, Va.,hasreturr Miss Edith Montgomery left Saturand J. R. Mount, Son & Co. ed home for the summer. day for Lexington, where she will be Monday. County court day. was for sorrie time. largely attended by all the leading Mr. Thos. Hicks sold to Mr. Jno. stockmen of the neighboring counties Kobsnson fifteen head of cattle for fall The canand many sales took place. delivery at EJc per pound. didates were all here shaking hands Mrs. Mattie Montgomery was called with the voters of this and other counCo., Monday by the ties. Hon. J. W. Newman who apoke to llohon, death of her sister, Mra. SheltonTeater at the court house on behalf of his had a full house Ky. Several of the young people here at- candidacy for governor tended a party given by Miss Goldie The store belonging to T. J. HamKcenon at her home at Lock No. 8 last monds on the Danville pike, was con North bound. Tuesday night. sumed by Are on Monday morning about No. 10 Cincinnati Express, The fire was discovered 4:30 a.m. dally Mrs. M. A. Sandera and daughter, of four o'clock. Hammonds, but was under too No. 4 Spe- Coy, were with Mesdames II. It. Mont- by Mra. much headway to save any of the G:03 a.m. cial, daily gomery and Thos. Hicks, Monday night contents. Mr. Hammonds was in Rus No. 28 Blue Grass Special, and Tuesday. fire. It sell county at the time of the a.m. daily except Sun.-6:Mesdames Oliver Merrideth and Frank is thought that probably the store was No. 14 Carolina Special, Gaumons, of Satvisa, spent a part of robbed and set fire to. The loss is es 7:00 a.m daily the week with relatives in this locality. timated at about $6,000 with $4,000 No. - Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. Insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Montgomery, No. ,2 Cincinnati Limited, formerly of this place who now lives in daily ir.S:20 p.m, Jessamine county, are very happy over No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 p.m. the birth of a fine baby boy. Southbound. No. 5 L o c a Express, will Miss Eulata and Iva Montgomery 11:05 a.m. daily entertain at a linen shower Saturday No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. evening in honor of their sister, Mrs. No. 1 New Orleans Lim Dudley Gordon, of Frankfort. 11:35 a.m. ited, daily No doubt you are, U Miss Norma Hums Montgomeiy re you fuller Irom any of the No. 13 Carolina Special, turned home Monday after a two months to ailments numerous 10:15 p.m. daily which an women are sub- visit with Misses Gettrude McQuery SpeNo. 3 e, Headache, and I'eachte Mae Sanders near Coy. 11:35' p.m. cial, daily sideache, nervous ness, wean, urea iccnng, No. 9 Florida Speare some ot the symp11:52 p.m. cial, dally Only One Entirely Satisfactory. toms, and you must rid No. 27 Blue Grass Speyourself ol them In order "I have tried various colic and diaircial, daily except to feel well. Thousands of women, who have hoca remedies, but the only one that Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. been benefited by this has given me entire aatisfaction and For rates, routes and information remedy, urge you to cured me when I was afllicted is Cham call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea TAKE agent; 'phone 34G. Remedy, I recommend it to my friends at all time," writes S. N. Galloway, Stewart S. C. For sale by all dealers. I , Originated in4887 I k CORTRIGHT RECUSPAIOFr BWi1sWJ,BK Time Table. Danville, Southern Rail Road. This record for durability, without leaks, repairs, or other common roof troubles, has attracted many imitators. If the shingle offered you looks like "CORTRIGHT. don't let it go at that, but look for the stamp on the corrugation at the top of the ahingle "CORTRIGHT REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE." It Is put there for your protection. Use HI For 5df by Local Contractors or Cortrighi Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. 0S C- -- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital A. R $50,000 J. E. STORMES. Surplus $30,000. Vice Prea't. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. L. GlLL, 1 Worn Out? back-ich- JENIJY. President R. T. CMBRY, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Stormes. S. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 4 Cardui FARM FOR SALE. . Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES hve mad hie turn famous all over tho United SUtee and Canada. Composed of Roots? Herbs, Barke and Berrlet. Far treatment of Human Diseasea. Furaley'i Indian Herbe- -i Dare' Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Cram Soap, Price t0,3bara 4 00 tl2S 25 kLL on DAKOTA JACK The Northvutmt Cowbor OftlOINATOft iau AT and R. E. McRoccrts. C. C & J. E. Slormts PURSUIY'9 INDIAN HUBS Farm containing 90 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence containa ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly In grass for the past It yeara and Is now ready to grow Sixty-fivhemp or tobacco. acres in bluegrass, the balance In clover and meadow. The desirable location, fertility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. e The Woman's Tonic Mrs. SylvinU Woods, ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: WANTED To buy every mule that will do for army use, 15-- 1 to 16 hands sound rugged mules. GENTRY-THOMA- S Am You a Woman? "Before UklngCardui, 1 was, at time, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles ot Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as weUasIeverdid. Every suffering woman should tryCarduL" Get a bottle 8 today. m Cardui The Woman's Tonic FDA SALE AT ALL DflUSSTSTS high, five to 10 years old, weigh 1000 to 1200 pounds., want good, & FLETCHER MANN, LEXINGTON, KY. 3 4Cmo. BMaaaMasBaMaUaaaHBMBaaJ r Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday June 17, ? ft Business Announcement. The firm of Hudson & Hughes takcpleasure in announcing to their patrons of Garrard, Boyle Lincoln, Rockcastle, Madison and Jessamine Counties, the addition to their firm of Mr. W. A. Farnau. They solicit a continuance of your patronage, and assure you, that if given an opportunity, they will please you in their sales of . . P Goal, Flour, Feed, Field Seeds, Gement, Lime, Sand, Brick and Plaster. They- have plenty of - New Sacks and hope to buy your WHEAT, RYE, BARLEY and OATS. Always in the market for all Farm Products. v. HUDSON, Phone 26. .William F. Klair, Fayette County, Candidate for Reelection as .Railroad Commissioner, Second District of Ky. incorporated. $1.00 a year. Subject to the action of the Democratic Issued Weekly. party in the August Primary. HUGHES & FARNAU. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Phone 26. The Central Record J. . ROBINSON. Editor. Local Editor and Mgr. Kf-- is R.L ELKIN. lctrl at the I'oit OOlce In LanCMitr, eeonlCliii Mill Slitter. Member Kenlucky Press Association ' tnd Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 17,1915. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OilL'es .'. .S 5.00 ror County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 .10 for Calls, per line . .. .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per iine .10 05 Obituaries, per line POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Central Record Ib authorized . to announce the following candidates for otiice, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1015. FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chae. C. Fox, of lloyle county. FOIt COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V, l'uryear, of Bovle county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county, FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. B. Mason. W. A. Doty. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. II. Cluv Kauffrosn. I am a candidate for County Court Clerk to succeej J. W. Hamilton the present Clerk. I have accepted The Chief deputies appointment in the otiice in order to the Kenton, Ohio. regarding the Hardin County Chautauqua, among many other good points, has the following to say; ."You owe it to your mind and body to take the Chautauqua treatment. "People who miss the Chautauqua miss one of the greatest influences for inspiration, culture, and enlightenment that exists in this or any other country. "Remember whsn you spend money for a Chautiftqua ticket you are investing in something that brings dividends. Education is tho best purchase that money can buy. "Yes, we know what so manv say about needing the time for business and all that. Rut remember that all business am no relaxation makes rea! estate valuable in the graveyards, too, because people, who never relax, collapse before their time. "The average man spends more for cigars within two weeks than it costs to purchase a Chautauqua ticket which would enable him to see and hear some of the most noted men and women in America, men and women who are shaping the public opinion of our nation, and who are making history. How much would most of us gladly give It we could hear Reedier, or Cough, or Wendell Phillips, or the great Father Vaughan, who died a little while ago nt Dubuque? When you spend your money for u circus you spend it for something which gives you a few thrills maybe, but that is about all. When you spend the little money asked for a Chautauqua ticket you have something left in your brain and heart that will glow and make of you a nobler and more enlightened, more efficient citizen. Former Secretary Bryan's campaign to put before the American people his position growing out of the situation between the United States nnd Germany, was expected to have come to an end for the present withhe publication of his appeal to In his third statement since his resignation Mr. Bryan urges to aid in maintaining jieace between the United States and Ger many, He appeals to them to endeavor to influence the German government to take no steps that would lead In the direction of war. Mr. Bryan also tells the first not to suspect President Wilson of not being neutral and friendly toward Germany, because he Is both; second, that the President Is desirous of 'peace, and that It is their duty to aid him in maintaining It; and third, noj to attempt to connect the negotiations now In progress with Ger German-Americans. German-AmericaGerman-America- An editorial in many with those in progress with Great Britain, because the cases are different. Unqualified admiration for the firm, dignified and courteous tone of President Wilson's note to Germany is expressed by the newspapers all over the world. While it is considered in no sense an ultimatum, the press contends the language Is so clear' it leaves no room for dilatory tactics or a complex controversy President Wilson, .it is held, goes straight to the point by inviting Germany to state plainly whether she will respect in future, the rights of and thrt laws of hunanity. The words "solemn representations," which occur in the note, says the Petit NotwithParisien, sum up its spirit. standing the perfect politeness of its tone, the paper asserts such words are not used in diplomatic documents except in periods of real tension. They are held to show that President Wil. son has decided upon his policy, and nothing will induce him to alter it. Hon. William Jennings Ilryan is still getting his share of criticism for resigning from the President's cabinet at so critical a time. .Members of his party have forgotten tho great service render ed in the past years by this distinguished democrat. We have been his consistent frlgnd since he was nominated for President in 18'JG and for the first time we feel justified in parting company with him and emphatically taking our stand with President Wilson. Liko most democrats and in fact with most of the nation we view the action of Mr. Bryan, as almost unpardonable in leav-th- e caLinet, deserting his party and his post of duty at a time so critical, when the President jind the whole nation were working and praying to avoid a breach with Fermany, his words and actions being more calculated to precipitate the war than any other conceivable thing. However, we believe, that the motives of Mr. Bryan were patriotic and he sincerely desired to do the best thing for his country, as great as his mistake may be. It is being charged and is believed bv many that he has as ambition for another nomination at the hands of his party for the Presidency and that this was the motive that induced him to leave the cabinet. Should this prove to be true It will cost the distinguished Nebraskan the confidence of thousands of friends who disagree with him in this recent step but are willing to deal charitably with him In recognition of his past work for his party and country. The nation will no longer consider him as a suitable man for executive duty. He has proved conclusively that he Is a theorist and a dreamer and a failure as an of ficial. II has his sphere In which he can still be of great service anO we hope that his future conduct will prove that his recent mistake was not induced by selfish or ulterior motives. political leader of the people who long since discovered the strategy of getting in touch with thousands of citizens and citizens-to-b- e who annually attend Chautauquas. Both he and Senator La Follette have used their appearing before these masses of average Americans as fulcrums for the levers which they have used in political overturnings; and much of the bitterness of the attack on Mr. Bryan is due, no dofibt, to recognition of this fact by journals controlled by "interests" that he has overturned. Such a feeling may explain the misrepresentation of organizations that foster free speech, that open the eyes of voters and that insist upon light be ing shed on all civic problems. STANLEY STILL DEMOCRATIC FAVORITE CARD OF THANKS. I HAVE EARNED I OPENING BALL At Crab Oachard Next Friday Night. All roads will lead to Crab Orchard Springs next Friday night, June 18th the occasion being the opening ball at this iamous watering place, which it looked forward lo with ui much ir. terest by the music loving people of this vacinlty. The music this year promises to bu better than ever before and those who fail to attend will miss a treat (hat is being prepared by those genial hosts, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis for this aupicious occasion. A good crowd is assured from this place. STATE REJECTED WIDE BY PROHIBITION VOfE. Declares For Republican Convention County Unit: Morrow Republican Choice For Governor. The Republican Platform Convention held at Lexington on Tuesday was a acquaint mvself with the duties of Clerk and having fitted myself to take the examination required by law, I sincerely ask and solicit your support. E. M. Walker. Railroad Commissioner. We are authorized to announce JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Rarditown, Nelson County, as a canditate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second Dis trict; the primary election to be held Saturday August 7th., 1915. very harmonious meeting. The delegates seemed to be well united, both upon party leaders and upon the platform. So universal was the enthusiasm for Hon. Edward P. Morrow as the Republican nominee for Governor that his only opponent, Dr. Ben Bruner, observed that his opponent was the choice of his party and he arose in the convention before the delegates and withdrew In favor of his opponent, leaving Morrow the only candidate now for the gubernatorial nomination. Judge Ed C. O'Rear of Frankfort Ky, was the champion of the State-wid- e sentiment in the convention, but the convention declared In favor of the County Unit Law and rejected the resolution com- I'rohlbi-jtlo- n mittlng the party State-widby the surprising vote of 21o The Republicans who atto 162 tended the convention were elated over the harmony that prevailed among the delegates and afe enthusiastic over the Mr. Bryan Is not the only ethical and prospects of a reunited party. ! e 5 For the kind words of sympathy, for MORE" HE SAY!? the many beautiful floral designs, for the help and assistance of our neighbors Tanlac Increases Weight and Working and friends shown during the illness Cincinnati By Thos. b. Cromwell in the and after the death of our dear mother Capacitr ol Efficient Molder. we wish to express our sincereat Enquirer. gratitude and thanks. W. G. Points, tlie efficient molder of Miss Fannie West, sisters and brothers. the Vulcan Plow Company, living at Col. Ike Dunn, of Danville, has a 421 Chestnut Street, KvnnsvtWe, Ind!. farm on tho banks of said recently; ENJOYABLE DANCE. Dix river, in Garrard county, where "I have Iwen an awful mi ire re r frem about June 1 each'year he calls a large One of the molt enjoyable dances stomach and kidney trouble. My company of his friends together to enhad actually grown so that joy a fish fry. Last Tuesday he has ever given in Lancaster was the one I had alwut heroine disgusted with my as his guests some 350 representative given at tho Rex Auditorium Wednes trade. I tot.) several friends that I men. principally Democrats, from Gar day night. Splendid music, delightful was tempted to give up my work enBoyle, Mercer, Lincoln, Ander- weather and fair visitors added to th rard, tirely. son and Jessifmine counties, and there enjoyment of all. "Before I used Tanlac I had no deMr. John McRoborts to wlwm is due were a few from other counties, includthe credit of getting up this dance is sire to go out in the evening. In fact. ing Jeirerson, Fayette, Henry and being congratulated by all who had the had no amMtkm to do anything other Pulaski. than remain around home ami take mi The writer, before and after the pleasure of being present. A delightful lunch was served during interest in anything. I now want to ' feast of fried fish, corn bread ahd butget out of doors in the evening and termilk, talked with many men from intermission by the Hop Club. n the walk around ami enjoy myself. I am Anderson, Boyle, Lincoln and Mercer Hotel. Quite n number of pleasant out eating heartily and enjoy everything I of town visitors were here for the counties, and the yit of the statement eat. 1 told one nf the lioys shop . they made was that a majority of the dance, among them were Miss Dorothy toddy at noon that would at the mthrr ami .Messrs iihnck v ought ami voters in those eountlea are opposed to a dose of Tanlac than do nnythlng else. the open saloon, und likewise opposed John White or Ulchmond who were ami i took th medicine, too. as I am to state-wid- e prohibition. They ure for with Mr. John McRoberts, Hon. and keeping it clyse lx me. I now feel the county unit law, but further than Mrs. Robert Hnrding and Miss Mar like working and have earned flftv that thby will not go on the liquor garet Harding who were with Mrs. J.e cents more each day this week. E. Robinson. question. 1 have gained in weight ami am Those who nclisj as chape rones for Several men said thatiast fall they now as spry as a cat. I am only too had noted for Senator J. G. W. Beck- tliis dance were Mr. and Mrs. Robert glad to recommend this remarkable McRoberts. Mr. and Mrs. John Stormes ham, but that In the race for the gu medicine Tanlac." bernatorial nomination they are for and Mrs and Mrs. Robert Elkin. Tanlac, the celebrated new iirtiH. former Congressman A. O. Stanley ration thut 1$ accomnliahinuThe sentiment of the gathering outfounding results thruout this state, is spokenly was for Stanley, who was PLEA FOR PURYEAR, now sold In Lancaster exclusively by present and who spoke in Danville R. E. McRoberts and in llrvantivllle Tho withdrawal of Hon. Rodman W. that night. A. R. limwti, who by Becker, Ballard & Scott where the Keenon from the race for Commomuch the pictures of Abramuuicine can lie iia.il. ham Lincoln, and who is one of the nwealth's Attorney makes Mercer county strong Democrats in Garrard county, the battle ground as between Hon. Em- LOSTiIlank hook with canceled said: "Our country' will give Stanley mett Puryear, of Danville, and Hon. J. checks. Return to Garrard Bank. The one more votes than all of the other can- Sam Owsley, of Stanford, S. L. Rich. didates combined will get." Last fall that carries Mercer will doubtless be Both men are fine fel Brown was ono of the heavy men In the nominee. lows, but it appears to us that there is CONVENTION., behalf of Senator Beckham. Capt. W. Vernon Richardson, of no question what the Democrats of Mr. Editor: Danville, who Is Senator Ollie Jamei' Mercer wdll do. Mr. Puryear has made Please allow me space in your paper private secretary, expressed tne opin one of tho most painstaking, kindly anil to speak of the Sunday School Convenhad. ion that Stanley will get more votts in able attorneys the district eve tion and District Conference whjch His conduct of the commonwealth's Boyle county than all of his opponents, shall be held In St. Andrews African J. is. Morris, or Lawrenceburg, an business has been above criticism. Pro. M. E. church in Lancaster. The Conuncle of Assistant Attorney General bably he made a mistake occasionally, vention will begin its Ulst session on Charles Morriss, of Frankfort, said but who does not. He have watched June 22nd and last five days. During there Is no doubt about Anderson his couise carefully and gladly testify that time some of the most noted mincounty's going for Stanley bv "a big to the fact of his worth, usefulness and devotion to duty. Such a man deserves isters and our Bishop will be present. majority over all". , We extend a hearty invitation to the Bowen Givens, of Stanford, said he endorsement for these qualities alone, white citizens as well as colored. believes Stanley will carry Lincoln but there are other reasons, too he is Rev. J. M. Garr, Paster. county in spite of the fact that Editoi a neighbor and a good one. His cheerShelton Saufley, earlier in the week, ful face and kindly greeting is seen and told the writer that McChesney will heard so often on our streets that It Is carry Lincoln eounty, and that State hard to tell whether he lives most at Auditor Henry M. Bosworth will get a Danville or Harrodsburg. He is a fine fellow, is Emmett Puryear, and an able. good vote. N sjp ro After leaving the fish fry a trip was conscientious public official, and we beDyspipsia-Tabletmade to Danville, and there a number lieve that he will get the support In of prominent Democrats confirmed the Mercer that he so justly deservej. HarWIH rkUevoJrour Indlfestiw rodsburg Leader. opinion that Capt. Richardson had eon-ditl-, ld 1 1 lesem-bles-ve- ry s " (Adv) R. E. McRebsrts 'he Central Record, Thursday June i'7, 1915 Page 5 ! I I ! I I I I ! Tested 365 Days 1 A Year. II s Is our ability to give you real value, 00 cents worth for every $ .00, and our efficent store service, neither pf which have ever been found wanting. Our extremely large and beautiful lines of Mid Summer Merchandise are moving very fast. Buy your summer outfit before they are all picked over. We need you and ask that you put us, through the daily test. 1 I I I I X I The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. CORRECT APPAREL POR W OMEN. r I i 8 4 fKT - Mill rvjinT TrrnmirT VLiVlllllL Lin Tirm wrATirPD 1'IUWLIV Will cut all the liny on nny ground over which n mower enn be operat- edIt s nn improvement over ail tuner mowers, ntw we are iicre to prove it. We .swear by it. and just want you who are thinking of-- getting a mower this season, to come in and let us show it to you. Wc linve scores of satisfied users, and shall be glnd to give you their names and let them speak for themselves. Yours, for n big harvest. J. S. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale. orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot thim ji u don't know vtliat a fine treat Di.n't keep on you have been missing. box Uxlav and misting it. Older commence enjojing vourteif. s j Lancaster Bot tling Co. Diaw A Phone 202. - Check for the money you ovt? and note how much mure res- etf Y jjard you v - pectfully your creditors ie- They like to do liiittiic u'ltli tt itinn t.'lit has an account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. Tliey know lie is doing business in a business like way. open such nn account even If your affairs are not large. will crow nil right. lletter Tliev fj The Garrard Bank & Trust Company tin THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen I r will tell you that It Is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as It Is to have good things to cook with In preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. J; ii Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go worth t We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. sMMjVMi Miss Came Miller left Thursday for Mr. Charles Speith, of Louisville is eopiO ASK US t r a visit to her sisters In Charleston, here for several weeks stay. What Is the best laxative? Years of West Va. experience in selling all kinds leads us Mrs. Mary Dobbins of Danville is I to always recommend Mr. It. C. P. Thomas, of Bowling visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Hobinson. Green, was the guest of Miss Joan Mrs. Sallie Gentry Hobinson of Dan- Mount last Sunday. as the safest, surest and most satisfacville is here visiting Mrs. Ed. C. Gaines tory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Miss Nancy Yeager, of Stanford nd A Drlcl Mtnllon of the Comings Miss Lula McWhorter. of Paint Lick Gotngi by Those W Arc Interested In. yesterday and is the attractive R. E. MeRabsrts week-enMiss Lida guest of Joe Francis. guest of was the Hsney. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons and Mrs. Mr. 0. U. Terrill of Fleming, Ky.. J. D. Gullev were in Lexington TuesMiss Margaret Wool folk of Lexing-ton YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. ! 1 has joined his wife here for a visit to day the guests of Mrs. Ike S, Dunn. I here for a visit to relatives. v. relatives. Mia Marjorie Rallou of Stanford 11 MU.4 VinlH IVnrl ltjf-l- . Ir Tnoriiiv Misses Annie llelle Uallard and May visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. I,. Francis. for a visit to Miss Webb in Tennesse. ' Powell are In l'aint Lick for a visit to Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at, She will return home, in Hujtonville, Mesdames V. II. Mason and W. K. relatives. Miss Mattle Estes. in August. Cook were visitors in Lexington, Miss Laverne Nevius is in Stanford Let "The Puritan" prepare your Miss Lydia Elmore, who has a lucra' this week for a visit to friends and nuto and picnic lunches. tive position with the Scnool for the Miss Mamye Lee Ballard is in relatives. Deaf at Indianapolis returned hon.e for a visit to Mrs. W. T. Wool- Fob Sale: Handsome Decker Bros. Miss Alice Walker of Itichmond was last Tuesday. folk. Piano, in good condition. Will sell Miss Alice Dr. Caiey and .Mr V. C. Price of the attractive visitor of Mrs. Booth Sutton and attractive at a bargain. Kignev last wek. were rrcent vi3itors in ' little daughter Virginia and spending Mrs. W. D. Walker. 2t J)a""e LOVING CUP Misses Bessie and Sarah McKee several days in the country with Mrs. Saturday to their j J.J.Thompson. zed Store Room For Sale. House Mr. and Mrs. Russell Drown were in Brewer returned PRF.SF.NTFn TO FT T1FR F. M. TINDER Stanford for a visit to Ur. E. J. Urown hnm. in I ...tiiirinii. Mr. Zack Elkin, of Louisvill:, passed I desire to sell my five' room house and wife. Miss Haiiah Aldridge of Stanford is thru Lancaster Wednesday and stor loom on Compbell Street. afternoon, i Br Officers Of Christian Church. Lucian M. Grant was in Maysville here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. He and some friends are. taking a va- - ' Price and terms reasonable. cation motor trip. nd. last week visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. Raymond Haseldcn. J. L. Davis. In recognition of his faithful services, Itoe Young. Elder F. M. Tinder and Mrs. Tinder the love and respect with which he is Mr. It. E. McKoberts is at home from Family Horse For Sale. , Miss Edith Montgomery of Bryants-vill- e a visit to his son Robert Ware Mc- will entertain the officers of the Chris- held by the officers of his church and This horse Is 7 years old, sound. is in Lexington for a visit to Mrs. Koberts of the city of Atlanta. tian church this Thursday evening at a the rounding out of his twelfth year as six o'clock dinner. It. T. Dunn.. its faithful pastor, the olficrs of the gentle, good driver and handsome Mr. Charles Adams of Lexington is A. S. Robertson. church presented Ilv. F. M. dividual. Mr. S. M. Urton, of Nicholasville, Mr. J. C. Williams of liryantsville expected Sunday for a vfcit to his It- Dsnville. Ky. is visiting his Miss Tinder with n handsome loving cup ini-- 1 has been in Cincinnati for a business parents, Mr. Jack Adams and wife. Allene Thomas, the first prize winner mediately after the morning services 5 U2 stay of a few days. C;Money-- 5 i -- 2ptt d. Ptf last Sunday morning. In beautiful Mrs. John Walters and daughter Miss in the wny contest. Mjss Nell llourne, of Lexington, is Mamie and well chosjn words. Prof. M. L. Walters were recent visitors of Years 5 5 Miss Margaret Englcniun of Braddock with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wilmot of Stanford. Caneer told of tin- - hiflh esteem Bro. North Dakota who has been with Stan-lor- Tinder La,'S made 00 rcal M,Ute- 0U Bourne, for & visit. wm held by both the officers relatives is here with her cousin. e.per money on lo"S time, see Mrs. Nora Perkins and little daughwdl s the members of the church and Airs. Ella Ilettis is in Frankfort the Richmond, visited Mrs, Miss Mattle Adams. .t worx uiat naa .oeen accompiislieu me about it. ine guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse ter Evelyn, of G. B. Swinebroad, W. II. Ward the latter part of last Miss Lillie Jones, Minerva Cox and under liis leadership, since he and liii Arnnl,l ,.n,l Mr Arnnl.l Lanrfster, Ky. week. guest Miss Nina Hamilton of Louisville estimable f iitilly came Into our midst Mr. George T. lirown, of Lexington, Wed- and Mr. Ben Woods spent Sunday at twelve years ago. Naturally" nnd very Miss Anne Hickman returned I sell tombstones, made motored to Lancaster Sunday nnd was nesday to her home in Kleraingsburg Hubble, with friends. agreeably i.urpt-iewas Bro. Tinder at the guest of Miss Eliza Todd. of the famous Georgia, Wulter and Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert L. Elktn spent the after h visit to Mrs. II. of this beautiful nnd the past week at On'mpia Springs being appropriate tok-Miss Bernie Montgomery ohUryants- - daughter. and with words marble at wholesale prices ville was the recent guest of Miss Mr. tieorge White, of IJarrodsburg in attendance at n meeting of the ciuked with emotion, he very touching. delivered on car Kentucky Press Association. Katharine Bourne ot this city. who was the guekt of Mr. Harry Luther W. Smith efforts with this church had accom- Miss Elisabeth lord was the tt- - Smith several days last wii k has reMrs. Dan Traylor of Stanford and plUhed an) thing good. It was through Judson, Ky. tiactive liutteM Saturday to a few turned home. Miss Ann Duim of Hustonvilie, were the loyalty ami supiwrt he had receivfriends for a well arranged dinner-partMaster Richard Davis bus returned the the guests of Miss Julia Zanone, ed from the eniire membership. The Miss Margaret Harding of Danvilie tojiis home in Paint Lick after a visit for the Commencement exercises. loving cup is of starling silver, a beau- OIL, .OIL, ATTENTION Mr. and Mrs, was with her rousin, Mr J. E. Rubin to his Kennette Close of Ludlow, and one tiful design ami upon which waa enson for tno ilmoe mi Wednesday even George Ballard. FARMERS. of this years graduates at State Col- graved the following; ing. "P. M. Tinder , Mrs. J. B. Sopcr entertained tit six lege Lexington, has been visiting his I can save you money, can fill your Miu Eliza r.xlilhas returned from a o'clock dinner, Tuesday evening in friend and schoolmate Ector Lawson. From barrel, or se'l you an A. No. 1, pleasant visit to friends and relatives honor o Rev. J. W. Iteagle and family Officers Lancaster Christian Church steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon Misses Nell Bourne and Margaret Lexington and Green. and Miss Pearl Soper, of Lexington. in Nicholasville. 5." capacity, at low figure, and filhsame Woolf'ilktif Lexington who have been dale. Mrs. W G. Anderson has returned tvith Lancaster relatives are in Stanwith the best oil at low prices, saving Earlletl'RIser Among Birds. Mr and Mrs J. J. Miller of Covington from n protracted visit to herduughters ford for u visit to Mrs. W. 1C. Warner, The earliest ruei of he bird family you from $1 to $2. were the guest of their parents, Mr Mrs. J. Roe Young of Maysville and If you cannot make arrangements is the Brecnfiuch, vbteh sometimes land Mrs N. Miller, for the commence. Mrs. J. S. Bowman in Lewis county. Mrs. Bnttie Simpson aid daughter begins to sing at one o'clock on a sumthrough your merchant, call or phone ment. Mrs. Walker Bellville and children and Standard Oil. Agent, Dr. Wheeler was Ui Stanford for the Mrs. Charley Simrnn of Shelby City mer morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and childJ. W. Sweeney, social affair given tho recent bride and were recent guests of Sirs. U. D. ren uf Stanford wore recent visitors of Phone 152. Lancaster. Ky groom. Dr. Jack M. Casev uml bride Simpson. Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. anj Mrs. (1. MRS BEAUCHAMP nee Miss Willie Wilkerson of this city. M. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. (i. M. Lyons, Miss GARRARD cTrCUIt" COURT Miss Nancy Yeager of Stanford was1 Minnie Gulley, Mrs. II. C. Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Itichuid I. lurton, Mr. HAKES STATEMENT. Albert Huffman's Wednesday evening for the dance children will motor to Richmond SunPlaintiff, Adm'r and Mrs. J. 10. liryant of liryantsville hero motored to Uiclimoud and I,exiigton given by the young men of Lnnca.ter day and be the guests of Mrs. Mary VS. NOTICE FORCLAIMS One of the surprising statements! ( lay Dickerson. and was the guest of Mrs. II. for a short visit. made thus far in the campaign was Albert Huffman's Heirs, Defendants. Sutton. Mrs. J. C. Rouinson will leaVH Sat- that of Mrs. Franee'E. Beauchamp, Misses Minnie May Robinson and All. persons haying liens or claims Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith gave a Pro- urday for a visit of two weeks to her president of the State W. C. T. U. In against the estate of Albert Huffman Margaret Cook are enjoying J house party ut the home of Miss Maij May gressive Rook Party Friday afternoon sisters Mesdames Wm. Jones near an interview a few days ago, Mrs. deceased, are notified that I will on the Walker at 1'uint l.icK. for her recent guests, Misses Bessie .Winchester, and Charles Richnrdson in Beauchamp suited that her observa- 18th and lUth of June, 1915, in my Lexington. tion had been that there was a strong in the Central Record Building, in Miss Lillie .May Sutton, of McCreary, and Sarah McKee Brewer, of Lebanon, 1 to 0. Mr. and Mrs. Ed England and daugh- prejudice developing among the drys Lancaster, Garrard County, Ky., bewas the attructUes guest of Miss Lillie the hours being from Magdalene England of In the Democratic party against Mr. ginning at tho hour of 9 o'clock, A. M., Jones last week and attended the Com-- i Misses Sallie Cooke and Emmn Good- ter' vMiss Mrs. Beauchamp has been sit for the purpose of hearing proof tl o'clock Atlanta arrived Wednesday night for a McChesney. mencement exercises. loe Gregory entertained at Friday evening for their recent visit to Mrs. England's parents, Mr a very close observer- as well as a hard upon any claims against the said estate Misses Virginia Taylor and Marie dinner worker, in the interest of State-wid- e and all persons are hereby notified to Missed Virginia Taylor and and Mrs. Jack Adams. Longford of near Itichmond were recent' guests, Friends and relatives in Lancaster prohibition, nnd it is somewhat surpris file their claim" against the said estate guests of Misses Sallie Cook (Iregory Marie Led ford of Itichmond. received invitations to the Com- ing to note the frankness with which at said times are same will be barred. and Emma Goodloe Gregory. Mr and Mrs J. K. Ilaselden, and chil- have she has expressed her opinions of what W. H. Brown. mencement exercises at Marshall State-wid- e pro- -, (j. lu-Master Commissioner G. C. C. Mr. K. T. Soonumoro, of Chicago, dren, Miss Virginia Alridge, Mir. Huntington, West Va., Miss is the most vigorous A ridge and Mrs. Marv Hughes inotoi-e- d hibition campaign ever under-take- n in and Miss Mary llelle SHonamore. of Frances to Stanlord Sunday and were guests graduates. nne Geiger being one of the this State. Kennedy Texas, were the guests of "The prejudice against Mr. McChes-ney- 's Tor of Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Alridge. Mr. and Mrs. George Spoonamore A family reunion was recently held candidacy." said Mrs. Beauthe Commencement exercises. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, Mr, and at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Hugh, LUNCHEON Mrs, Josepn L. Francis, and Miss Mary es, the following from a distance were champ, "comes entirely because of and Dr. and Mrs. Win. Ilumult Arnold will leave shortly for a recupera. among those around the festal board: his association with Percy Italy. There daughter, Miss Cass.'e May Ilurnett of were at the beginning of the campaign having Mrs Lusie Walker, of Perrvville, and Shelbvville motored here Thursday for live stay at Dripping Springs, sister hundreds of voters who were for Mc the funeral of the late Mrs. Kebecca rented a cottage at that healing resor'. of Mr. Hughes. Mr and Mrs Joe Davis c, untl R bccame km)wn h h) West. A most enjoyable picnic was held ut and baby of Perryville and Mr and Mrs a)y camliu-8-t aml tht canuiJ WM h- COOLING DRINKS The j. w Acey, or aiamoru. Mr, K. L. Conn has purchased a Kings Mill Saturday evening. ate of the Haly machine. Since that, gtrage in Stanford, having taken outing was enjoyed by a number of Col. M. F. Elkin, State Commander fact became generally known, there No charge last Monday. better young people in both the young and of Maccabees, returned last night from has been a revulsion ot leeung anil a may be had at the mechanician ever lived than Frar.k older set. Messrs. W. It. Burton and San Francisco, where he attended the surprisingly large number of dry votes Conn and we wish him success in his D. C. Walker chaperoned the crowd. national meeting of the order and se- will go to Stanley as a protest against new field. Miss Virginia Taylor and Miss Marie cured tle next convention for Lexing the prohibition tight being fought with SAop Chadwick, Verdio Ledford of Itichmond who have been ton. Col. Elkin was being congratulated such instruments as the Haly machine Misses Melsadie Jaterporstid Perkins, Mamie Holmsn, Gertrude visiting Miss Sallie Cooke Gregory and on all sides this morning for his aucceis provides. I bel'eve that Mr. Stanley Gaines and Mary Gaines, a bevy of lister were honorees at a dinner at the In putting the merits of the Bluegrasi will be nominated and that the protestKentucky. .Danville, -Crab Orchard beauties, accompanied by home of Miu Bernlce Champ, and were before the meeting In such attractive ing prohibition voters will be the numMr Louis Siefert, of Indiana, .motored 'o given an enjoyable aOtomobi'e form that his invitation wa accepted ber of his majority." Lexington unanimously. Leader. Lexington Leader, through our city Wednesday afternoon. ride on Sunday, Gossip About People VVVj? f . d r J l.ex-ingt- I t. grand-daughte- r, d I .... .... , ' " tf n, , y grand-parent- s, ' 1998-101- of-fi- e, I - tParfoct Page 6 The Genirai Record, Thursaay June 7 1 19 Jaroslav Cimera and His Great Barn Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING, Office Phone B9 isflHM Residence Phone KV, 41 LANCASTER. H. W.Morrow, Graduate OptMni ULi.rt Killed. Sll!cu u lLrntit Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Faint Lick. and from present Indications It Ions will Ive. The fourth ilajr of the llcdpath Chautauqua tht year Is to I Hand Day Jaroslav Clmcra and hU icicat conenrt the evening. The program will Include some of the well known heavy overtures and the encores will comprise some of tho popular piece of the day which many of our grvateit musicians have come. He has, however, spent the greater part of his life In America, and the majority of the musicians who comprise his band are American born. Nine jears ngo .Mr. Cimera was playing trombone solos with Inne.V Hand In concerts In Orchestra Unit. Chicago. He has nlso apit-areas soloUt with Sousa and later with llohurau Kryl's Hand. For several years he acted ns assistant director of Kryl's Hand, and for three winter seasons he was trombonist In the Kryl Concert Company. During his forthcoming Chautauqua season Mr. Clmcra will not only direct his band, but will appear In trombone solos. Mr. Clmcra Is not new to the 1'bautaun.uas. In fact, he has played for three seasons past In Chautauqua programs will BAND Jaroslavrentier twowas born Inone In the afternoon and or.e In Clmcra l'llsen. Itohcmla, the land from C'bautnuiiiia, DAY Is always a big feature of every Itcdpiitb OrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE, KY. Phone 387-R- . Prompt Service day and night. COLDS AFFECT Lancaster Chautauqua June 24th to 28th. For An Impaired Appetite. FOOT-AND-MO- CARTHAGE WOMAN DISEASE ELIMINATED. John Jl. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati D. V. I. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. Office at W. B. Burton's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. To improve tne appetite and strength en the digestion try a few doses of THE KIDNEYS Chamberlain's Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz. of Detroit, Mich., says: "They Many Lancaster People Hare Found This restored my appetite when impaired. relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory To Be True. movement of the bowels." For sale by TELLS HAPPY STORY several years. She lost appetite and her weight fell off. She could not rest Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn.. waa a victim ot stomach disorder for an dealers. Are you wretched in bad weather? Does every cold settle on your kid neysT Does your back SOME VACATION DON'TS. And now sumnfer approaches and beckoning to woods and stream and sea. The vacationist is looking toward the "two weeks off." It should be carefully considered, so as to make a joyous period. How What are you going to do? many of you plod along from day to day enduring little sacrifices to "save up" for the one big playtime of the year? How often the vacation is marred by doing the wrong thing, and instead ot being beneficial it is baneful! It is the wise vacationist who has his vacation every day. The recreation habit must be cultivated. There is no better time than the present. But for him who doesu't know how to combine work and play here are a few timely vacation don ts : Don't spend all your money on flimsy summer clothes that you can use only at the summer resort for two weeks. Don't fear being thought unfashionable in order to be comfortable. mon Don't spend your ey for a hotel in order to say that you have been there. Don't take the children where vou will be forever dressing them. Don't reprimand your husband be fore strangers, when he has come to enjoy himself. Don't object to your husband en joying games that you cannot play. Don't count every1 penny tnat he hard-earne- d high-price- d :.i - ' ache and become weak? Are urinary passages irregular and distressing? These symptoms are cause to suspect FUNERAL DIRECTOR kidney weakness. Weakened kidneys need quick help. Office Over National Bank. Doan's Kidney Pills are especially Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 prepared for weakened kidneys. LANCASTER, KY. Lancaster people recommend them. C. T. Brummett, grocer. Crab Or chard St., Lancaster says: "Nearly every Spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills rhone m. 0flice Hours J 8 to 12 a. p. raj to keep me in good health. During the Ito4-7t229. winter, colds settle in my back and cause pains through mv kidneys. Doan's M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Kidney Pills stop the pains and made my kidneys normal." Doctors Of Dcfital Surgery. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Offlce: Stormes Bnlldlnc.Tei Hurt & Ander simply ask for a kidney remedy get on' urntinr. Store. Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Brummett had. n Co., Props., Buffalo. N. Y. J, A. Beazlev o9 She took Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy Just a few doses and found herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke' recovery was ao rapid ahe was afraid that It could be only temporary. So she waited from September, when she took the remedy, until the fotlowlne; February to pass judgment Then she wrote; "I write you In regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have In flvo years. "My weight waa 127 Ji pounds; now it la 147V4. and I can eat anything I want I sleep well at night I would have written before, but I wanted to eee how I got along." Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy rive uer- tnaneat results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of ga In the stomach and around the heart Get one ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME bottle ot your druggist now and try It i on an absolute guarantee If notSatls-- 1 Any Good Man Can Get From Ooe To factory money will be returned. Ten Years To Pay For It. Eradication of the disease from Kentucky to the last trace brought about the release of Dr. 0. 13 Crisler and Dr. W. H" Simmons, Fed era! experts attached to the Kentucky Experiment Station, and they will re sume the work of warfare which was Interrupted by the outbreak of the other plague. Farm sanitation is to be the chief agent in banishing cholera, and the precautions which will make its appearance rare and its control speedy will keep down various other stock diseases which take a toll of millions from the farmers of thil State every year. Clubs to study cholera and unite the farmers in a campaign of education are to be established all over the commonwealth, and it is believed that in a few years this disease will be removed from the list of active menaces. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Piione 18. Residence Phone 33. at night. ORGANIZED iSSj. rsaTun e Citizens National OF LANCASTER. KY. Bank '. 1 Capital $50,000. B. F. HUDSON. W. O. P.IGNKY, Surplus $45,000. J President J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest Ass't Cash'r Joe J. WaLXKK, Jr., W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. Foster-Milbur- LONGLIVETY IN HIGH PACES I have four first class farms, containing about 1400 acres of Garrard County's best soil, which I will cut into parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts irom nve acres to an entire farm. 310 acies, fertile soil, on good pike, two miles from a thriving village and 11 miles from one of the best graded schools in the State, conducted by four experienced teachers, children conveyed to and from school at the expense of the District; intelligent, cultured and hospitable people for neighbors, in two miles of High Bridge, where boating, and other methods of entertainment are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 acres in grass. Farm is near the proposed million dollar dam to be constructed on Kentucky river, which will furnish electric light for the entire coun-trIt can be divided irto three farms. The Buster Brown farm near Camp Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good barns, all new, splendid residence, thirtv foot concrete silo, concrete pools, lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 acres, one stuck barn, two tobacco barns, seven room residence. Most uf this is sand stone land and any farmer in Garrard county knows this kind of land is the land that grows the highest price tobacco, us well as corn and hemp. The evidences are on the farm to beur cut this statement. This farm is located on the Kemper Lane near Lexington pike. The Beaztey farm, one and one half miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, 230 acres, good brick residence, tobacco barn, stock barn, In reach of the Lancaster Graded school. The soil is splendid, well watered and the farm fronts one and one quarter miles on the Lexington pike, In easy reach of town and the entire front can be used as building sites, which I propose to cut In any size to suit purchaser. I wilt exchange any of this property for Garrard courty property at the same price I will settlor cash. If you wish to exchange, come with yours priced as you would sell for cash. You can get this land just as cheap by exchange as by purchase If you desire to change your location. Now these are lour as good farms as there are in the county. If you have been a failure in life, stay at home. K 1 63 are the kind who never dreads any failures, I want to see you. These are live farms and want to see live men. Call on or write, J, I, Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, ft. Sing a song of cleaning house Pocketful of nails. Pour and twenty pans. Office at Rainey'a Livery Stable. Scrubbing brooms and pails! -- Lancaster, Kentucky When the door is open, Wife begins to sing 'Just help me move this bureau here. and hang this picture, won't you dear? And tack the carpet by the door. And stretch this one a little more. Manufacturer and Dealer in And drive this nail and screw this screw And here's a job I have for you High-Cla- ss Monuments. This closet door will never catch, I think you'll have to fix the latch; 'Original Designs and Prompt Ser- And, oh, while you're about it, John, I wish you'd put the cornice on. Convice. Guaranteed Quality. nections at all Granite and Marble And hang this curtalnwhenyou're done. other one; I'll hand you up Quarries. Office and Works on This box has got the have a hinge to Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Before I can put on the fringe; Telephone 1G4. And won't you mend this broken chair? I'd like a hook put on right there. The bureau drawer mutt have a knob, And here's another little job I really hate to ask you dear But could you fix a bracket here?" And on It goes when these are through With this and that and those to do 1 Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. HOUSE CLEANING. HARRY JACOBS spends while he is on his one holiday Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Ad infinitum and more, too, All in a merry jingle And i'n't it enough to make A man wish he was single? Don't fear roughing it a little in the country, if necessary. It may be just the thing you need. Don't spend all your time looking for souvenirs; rather look at the sky and birds and the trees. Don't make your wife's vacation miserable by telling her how beautifully Mrs. Jones dresses, Don't discourage her learning games that seem f rivo'ous to you. Don't allow your wife to do the same endless stitching at fancy work as she has done at home. Don't go on a vacation where vour wife will be forever doing housework. Don't refuse to take your wife fishing for feor she can't keep still. A little tolerance might give you both great pleasure. Don't be a hermit when you go to enjoy the open. Don't object to dancing on the ground (Indianapolis News.) Former Vice President Levi P. Mor ton recently observed his ninety-firs- t birthday anniversary. He has attained the greatest age of any among those who have served in the Vice Presiden-cy, a position of distinction and longe-- 1 vity as well. John Adams, first of Vice . m n. . 1 Presidents, lived to be ninety. Thomas Jefferson was eightythree when he died. Hannibal Hamlin was eighty-on- e 4-11-44 and Aaron Burr had passed the four score milepost when he died. The V, CURES average terms of life for all Vice Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup. Canker, Presidents who have died is sixty-nin- e IOII AM OOQD I years six months. JtO ODII, no r.T Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry is an Interesting fact that the' It XIKka UB IM WOT IH MWW U Mj. IMilUf, JO, UM bMl ftf (WlBf. ft... average lenght of life of the Presidents Nig. itaGuraattN if J. Rstt Crime, ttrdittwn, Ky. Price SOcstslIDrsfiUu. who have died is within fifteen daysi SkOLO DV of the Vice Presidents, the former Presidents having lled the longer. R E. McRoberts, Druggist. Lancaster. Ky, men who have served The twenty-fou- r as President and have died, lived to a total of 1.CC3 years. The twenty-fou- t .iBjgjSMEJpin men who are now dead and numbered among our former Vice Presidents SAVES $25. TO $ 75. PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF lived a total of 1.GG2 years, The lists, Try OurMohair Top Dressier, of course, include the names of sev- Si! No experience needed. Thousands of eral men who had been both Vice Sj car owners have successfully repainted President and President. cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. ral I is the very backbone of every successful business. We regard your cooperation as a necessaty factor in our success. We hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good service. If you find our service lacking In any respect you will confer a favor upon us by telling VS. It Is our business and our pleasure to improve our sjstem wherever ue find a weak spot 1 T mR . nHa. MCr "w" L 1 M S All colors. Lr. & No 10; N. a. m. Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Gun Metal. Ariiive. To Maysville, connecting at Kichmoni with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexington & Frankfurt, Mount Sterling 4 Ashland, at Paris to. Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 2d; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, Almost. that it is "silly". It may De Lancaster, Ky. the very exercise for you. Don't tell your tellow vacationists Remember, your family troubles. YOUR HAIR NEEDS Our first offering pf the remarkable they have some of their own. Don't tell what a great man you are Mammouth Pearl Potato PARISIAN SAGE. in the city. Don't expect your summer acquainEverything for Orchard. Lawn and If your hair is full of dandruff, thin, tances to become your buiom friends. Don't let others always pay for your streaky, dull and never will do up to Garden. "treats." look pretty, you can almost immediately Don't gossip nbout the other board Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. remove the cause making it beautiful, moon may shine on you some era. thick and Huffy by the use of Parisian night.The & Sons. Sage, one of the most helpful and in- Don't forget the three sumbeams of vigorating hair and scalp tonics known. vacation are to sing, smile, slumber. Lexington, Kentucky, Parisian Sage not only saves your And, above all, wha)ever you do, 1915 1841. hair but furnishes the nourishment don't be a needed to make it grow long, abundant and radiant with life. Just one appli"JSX You" cation removes every trace of dandruff and stops scalp ilch your hairbecomes are troubled with heartburn gasei and) feeling alter eating wueaw soft and ftaffy with an incomparable a diitrMMil For Infants and Childxea i charm. Years gloss, beauty anddisappointed with this In Use For Over You cannot be !l0Tablet harmless and delicately perfumed tonic, before and after each meal andVyou will E. and its costs but a trine at It. ctDroainwlief.Boldoaly.byui.25oj Signature of Fruit and Shade Tres SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday. H.F.Hillenmeyer June 20th FROM JUNCTION CITY and RETURN "kill-Joy- fast . ROUND TRIP $1.50 II. train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville,' connecting at Lebanon Junction to Ellzabethtown & Bowling SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i35 A. M. Ask TlcU.t Agent for Particulars CASTORIA 30 'If ntaD8ia Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield, No 9; 8:42 p. m. 0. KING, Pass'r .ml Ticket Agent 101 R. E. MoRooerts' connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta, To Stanford, East Main St., Lexington, Ky. X m Worse 4, ) e Central Record, Thursday June 17 1915. Page 7 KENTUCKY TAXPAYERS, WHICH DO YOU WANT? Rev. Joseph K. Griffis (Tahaft), Captured by Indians When a Babe, to Lecture at Coming Redpath Chautauqua WEST VIRGINIA Kentucky Facts and TENNESSEE State Wide Prohibition Paralyses the State. Higher Taxes Figures. WHO PAYS THE TAXES? livo stock of all kinds Six Years of State Wide Prohibition Bankrupts State. More Crime Than Ever State-wid- 1 Condition. Before. pro- d Tlin Weit Virginia Legislature In May, tbo imnil time t.hl year, lo consider tax questions made necessary by b shortage of revenues All to im- - the current expcnaes of the Tcnneateo hai had 1 $52,148,037.00 at 1,473,053.00 All mines and mineral products are assessed at. 31,148,282.00 All stocks, merchandise, etc., arc assessed 3,CG1,419.00 All manufactured articles are assessed at revenues from taxes on the All agricultural products and farming implements turers of liquors and beer, the sinking (tools) aro assessed at .i . 1.1 . .1. , it. , ' fund law was suspended, and payments All diamonds, wutcnes, ciuckb, juwt-irykoiu unu MOST Interesting feature of our on the State debts stopped. paintings, musical instruments, silverware, comluK itedpath Chautauqua program will be the nppcar-unc- o 2,902,f 35.00 and libraries arc assessed at Tho present Legislature found that on one evening of Taban was a deficit In Stato revenues (Uev. Joseph K. Grlftls) In lit great $31,387,000.00 is the capitalization of Kentucky distilleries and there notes have lecture, "Cp From Savagery." Attired breweries, accordinir to the last Federal Census. of J 1,011,000.00. Short-timla full Indian dress, he relates as thrill-luvalue of Whisky in U. S. Bonded bcen K'Ten ,0 cover that Mclt- - tl,e 12,493,500.00 is the assessed a life story as ever fell to tho lot "amn 10 bo "t0 of auy man In America. Warehouses, in Kentucky, on which State and Mr. flrlllis' mother was a quarter ''""d" next, Ja- - rMt wl" lnpa8 county taxes are paid. Osage woman. Ills father was ,,onded indebtedness of the state breed $19,250,000.00 is the assessed value (approximately) of proper- - ,he a white man. a cotit known all over a '"'a' liz.EOO.ooo.oo. tbe frontier by the name of California tics used in the distilling and brewing industries Traniportatlon of prisoners and Taxes havo bcen largely Increased. Joe. Their home was near the present nnrl linnnr trniio in Knntuckv. not including nnv extradition of criminal!, S,00O.Gfl a (Julnesvllle. In site of The State Manufacturers' Association, Texas. the city of part of items given above. year; In 1914, stated In Its report on A band of Kiowa Indians raided that tllrls' dormllorlea and agricultural SG.GOO.OOU.OO is the amount paid out annually in Kentucky by buildings. Statu UnlTerlty. section when .Mr. C.rillls was but a distilleries for grain. babe and carried Into captivity large is paid annually for wages and salaries by Ken., "There Is a tendency throughout numbers of the Inhabitants. They State Induitrlal Home for Clrls $2,290,000.00 breweries. tucky distilleries and the State to Increase taxes on an killed his mother, and Chief Zcpkho-ect(bultdlnga and landi), S10,00n.oe for both Klowns took the baby wltb next year; $2,405,000.00 is paid annually for coal and barrels by Kcn-- j already overburdened ofpeople,assess- him, of the to by constant Increase the back the country of the tbnlldlngi and Schools Normal and breweries. tucky distilleries ment as well aa the rate." nuil presented him to his wife, land), 180,000.00 a year; S000.000.00 annuallv is naid to Kentucky Banks in interest' who decided that his name should be Tuberculoma Sanitarium State slDCe ,hat report was maie' the Tahan, which means "Texns man." buildings and land). 1lS.iiM.0fl a to $900,000.00 by Kentucky distilleries and breweries. legislature has passed a new Hevenuc The story of bis capture was told the )ear; $00,000,000.00 annually is brought into Kentucky in bank clear- - an,i Assessment Act. increasing many boy long years afterward by an Indian hoipltals (buildings and land), State . a of tho tribe who participated ln tbe Ml t ancea tuy mo aisuning nnu urewing inuusines. kinds of uxes from 40 to 100 per cent. raid. IK.00 CO n year; Tbe boy loved bis foster parents as ,hft entlre lai burdcn belnB nearIy labile flervie. Commliiloa, ICO. $921,254.15 is the amount paid in taxes in Kantucky by the WO.00 a year; K,ial 11 wag be,ore P"11'1"0" though they hail been bis own, and distilling and brewing industries in 1913, as given ulce they took the samo care of blm that Mining extension ork, State wpnl ,nl cncct- tbey did of their own children. by statcmenU from the Stato Auditor's office. lie 110,000.00 a j car; ,n ,908 the year before state"w'de tells many interesting stories of bow Clrlt contingent fund, KO.COO.M for This sum is more than the combined taxes paid on all the tbey taught him obedience to his parcurrent year; merchandise, coal mines, oil wells, live stock, agricultural pro- - prohibition was adopted, the cost ot ents, respect for the only gods they Rewriting and reblndlng Auditor's ducts, and manufactured products in the State. criminal prosecutions In Tennessee knew anything about and of his fa rrcordi, 15,000.00 a year; According to official ther's Instruction In bunting buffalo was 158,000.00. State-wid-e prohibition will destroy entirely, for taxation fl Protection of forests and propaga,ubmitted to the Legislature and other gamo nnd ln horseback ridal All of Hah and game, S18.Wr0.00 a purposes, meso sources - r revenue, il listening. lie tion umer property must, men ,ha, bag jati adjourned, 1342.000.00 ing and long distance ot oi also tells many stories privation on )Mt; wag expended for criminal proeecu be taxed heaner to make up that lOSS. plains and how tbey the southwestern 'Prevention foot and mouth dlaease. Iod Ia,t ear- - Thls ,ho" an ln drank water from buffalo trucks nnd 1 nnrla tr, nnv Jf Tip f n-- r r- -J crease of nearly 100 per cent ln crime ate their meat raw. lie learned bow State mllltla fund, SOS.OtiO.l'O a to Uudle fires In n pouring rain with rear: in six years under prohibition. on .. nnd to horse to a . o...M J,'a,nT"'e recently Issued out matches ground; tie a how-Tlle "y bole In the also tell to lattltntlotis, 15,000.00; bonds for J9S7.000.00 to cover a deficit the trlte to which an Indian belongs Hotel Inspector, SI.SCMIU; OtOCK IS tO ClaSS Ot caused largely by the operation of the by tho shape of his moccasin as left In LlVe it, Orphans Home Colored State tracks. is prohibition law. The other large cities tho dust witne.-- tbe so called battle a (bulMlHgi and land), 11.000.00 Tahan of the State are In a similar financial . year: tho Indians and Outer's Sevbetween condition, duo to the same causes enth cavalry along the VnhIta river, State Librarian, 1500 W a jear; In Tennessee, prohibition has not ln what Is now known as the state of tO it. lNrlnt I'leaiaat tnonumrat. :,500.00 The captives, of whom helped tho taxpayer, nor has It lm- - Oklahoma. ajear; be provfil ooral COD(Juloni. KxactlT tbe Tnhan was one. were driven on to the Klng'a Daughters and city hospitals. camp, nnd It was Just followis reverse iias been tho result. Large settlers' that Tahan learned ha was Jie.t'W.0. a year; ing this ot eit'a Factory Inspectors. J4.M0.tiu a a"d not a Klowu Indian nnd that the chief 100 numb,cre,Increased expenses ' their and his wife were not his real parents. ., IS nOW. What support and for prosecuting violations Tbe idte men contended that He was adoption of prohibition, Slnro the of ,he fc,w',"8 the Tualn ,ea,ures of not an Indian and that he was a capWJIO IS WILLING TO PAY THESE EXTRA TAXES? tive among them, nnd Hie story of the bate In. violation! of the liquor present creaied enormoutly. Ilootleggera are raid Injj) Texas then came out. The And what will wo get? Conditions similar to those in Ten- ,, ,..erg bootleggers and e busy all over tha State. On the flnt ! Indians were compelled to give him and West Virginia, and we will drive out of tbe State our ,i,ining have taken tho place at law- - up. niKl one of the white men took day of May, 1914, before prohibition went Into effect, there were IS prls-o- largest taxpaying industries. rcgi.iatcd liquor traffic; there has him Into Texas, where he slept In the horses. era In the county Jail at Charleston, Nothing will bo gained for temperance. Counties can vote been a steady lncreai in all crimes; quarters of thehowever, he One tils.it. lecnrao so tho capital of tha State. .On the flnt prohi- - moral trinndards have been iored lonesome and homesick that be took themselves aa "dry" under the present :law as State-wid-e day of May, 191S, there acre 2 . a"d taxes have uo0bled. one of the horses and hit the trail tobition could make them. la thn aam JalL ward tbe Kiowa country and eventual-1- , Advertisement. fonml a road which led him to the camp and to Ms old Indian companions, where he remained until he was past week with Mis Mary May Walker sixteen. BRYANTSV1LLE 1UNTJLICK "t i r Mr Arthur Eldridge. of Hamdee As time we lit on tho Indians began to mlnglo quite freely with the whites, visltliiK relatives in Sidney College. Vs., came Saturday to Miss Kv Co"" LULUillfl Mrs. C. C. Decker entertained a num-tc- r I rAKiuLK who were constantly becoming more spend tho vacation with the home folks Lancaster this wrek. of triecd at dinner Sundav. leoumi a nnniinnwwini numerous on the frontier, and tho KIo- Misi Mattle Woods spent several days Misses Annie McKinney and Sue Mr, Hoy Lcavell of Texas, is vititing fpc below tbo bextiua I" tor mo eiclu in Lancaster the pant week. Kout, of Stanford spent several days his uncle, Mr. James II. LeaveN, Ive ue of or Urmrr lubtcrlbert. nJ If for ' lha is with Miss Estill Walker tho past week. .Miss Eliza loon vUito i in Lancaster lo of ti.iflk. mm aut tuch Ihinx4 on Mita Lucile lUinsey, of Lancaster, Many People In This Town Ibe Iwmir etiuios afford to adver Urm the guest of the Jlise Woods. Mrs. A. It. Estridge. Miss Ethel last week and attended Commencement. li orer tour never really enjoyed a meal until e tise. No uottf Estridge, Mr. Itoy Eatridge and Miss Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexing- Mbea, auti will bv mil)- Iti twro li.ttej of the we advised them to take a Agnes llendersun, of Lancaster Mi Stella McWhorter motored to Richmond ton Ic the guttt f Miss Maytne Lee BOORD, frrofttiMe. is the cuet of Mrs. Hetty Grigs. Dyspepsia proThn Inauguration of Stale-wid- e hibition. Uit July, cut off 6SO.flO.UO of revenues hcrctoforo available.. At the closo of tbo fiscal )Mr, Sep tember 30, 1912, the State hail :i surplus In tbo treaiury of ie92.l7S.20 The (lovcrnor estimated Hint on July 1. 1015, there mould bo n deficit of ! 1,000.00, not counting S85ft,(HHi ooof ' olil appropriation! not expended. The Legislature, at the May special I fusion, Increased the tnx rate In thei State 10 per cent to make up the denelt In revenues csuied by thi- - State-- i wide prohibition lyatcm. For lack of fundi, Oovernor Hatfield vetorsi appropriation bill amounting to ISIS.t'.uS.OJ. Among the vetoed are the following: -' . State. , in Kentucky horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, etc,, are assessed at.,.. hibition for tlx years. Reforo the prohibition law went Into effect, 10 per cent of tho revenues of the Slato were applied to paying off the State debt, aa provided by law, thereby rapidly discharging It. Since prohibition deprived the Sta.to of large 1 A e g c""'cd AS A SALVATION ARMY CAPTAIN 30-e- Taxa-Hon- : $HK),-(M- DRESSED AS A SAVAGE. e Klo-wa- s, 1 1 1 was were Invited to attend an agricultural fair and horse race at Muskogee. In one of the races Tahan, riding his loiiy, nuckskln, won, and a government otllcer who wltneseil tbe race Immediately sent for Tnhan ami arranged with him to enlist for special duty as a scout. Tor two and a half years he served In this capacity, when one day he was Insulted liy a young lieutenant. Then he and another soldier, known ns "Uee Whiz." deserted nnd fled to tho Cheyennes. They were captured, curt martlaled and sentenced to death. Imprisoned nt Fort Itcao, awaiting the day of ex- - the year 18S7 he went to Cleveland and held revival meetings In the Scran-to- n Avenue Free Ilaptlst Church. Out of this rcvlvnl came the Phlldellty Free Ilaptlst Church of that cliy, with a good membership. Next he went to lluffalo, where he held meetings In the Free Ilaptlst Church, out of which grew the Second Free Ilaptlst Churcli. at the corner of Grant and Ferry streets, and later be served this church as pastor. He had a strong leaning. howeTer. townrd the Tresbytcrian Church and finally decided to change to that denomination. He was subsequently ordained Into the I'rcsbyterlan Church nnd ticcamc pastor of tho South Church of ItufTalo, a church of some 300 members. While pastor of that church he started other missions ln that city, which have rlnce grown into churches. He was attending a missionary meeting ln lluffalo one day when the pardon for the technical offense he had committed' while a savage was brought to him by Kev. Ward, pastor of an-- i i 1 ... jr. pay that property must be taxed three times what it at present. their assessment If Railroads are taV must doubled. If Mining Property required to pay it, their assessment must be increased to more than times it made nreent It If Parm aro rnmrif1lrl "i rarms must be ou per cent more than at 'd;. las TAHAN AND HIS SISTER AS THEY APPEARED ON THE PLAINS. noon-nessc- n f, pria-oner- a urnir' nm itivit'Ii petition, tbey cut a hole through the other Presbyterian Church ln that city: prison nof and escaped In the dark-uc- s Itev. flritlls had told a few ot hist of the night. friends of the technical charge which For three years Tahan was a wan- was hanging over him. and they took derer, mispldous nnd afraid of every- It up with President Cleveland, who body. Toward the latter part ot his whcti be heard all the circumstances wanderings he crossed the border Into quickly granted the pardon. Following his conversion Itev. GrlfCanada and one night In London, Out, BtopiHsl to listen to tho Salvation Army tls was for a time also a missionary on tbe street. He went to the meeting among the Indians. Ha spent n year In the Salvation Army hall, becanio a and a halt among tbe Senecas In New member of the Salvation Army nnd iork state. He has visited the Chlp-pew- as In Minnesota, the Sioux In Dawas later promoted to lie a captain. After some four years' work with the kota, the TJtes In southern Colorado, Salvation Army he took up work ns the different tribes In Indian Territory an evangelist Independently. About and the OJIbwnys ln Canada. ' 4 V. -- Miss Jesie I'arks, of tho IticUmond at home. Normal, spent tho week-enMils Utile Dunny, of Stanford, is th BUest of Miss Kstlll Walker this week. Miss Uociu Metcalf has been the guest of friends in Lancaster the past week. the weekMiss Lula McWhorter end guest of Mlsa LlJu Uaney in d Ln-caste- r. Mr. K. K. Iledrlck and little daughter. Haxle, loft Saturday for a visit to Harlan. Ky. Little Mlsa Shcrlio Hudson Denny, of Lancaster, in the guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. J. Walker. Mrs. Kzeklel Fields, of Nicholasville, is the guest of her grand-daughte- Mrs. It. (J. Woods. Mrs. E. L. Woods entertained a small company of ladies at "Dixie Hook" on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hubert Hill, of Isabella, Tenn., Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Miss Nell Hice was the guest of Mis Goldie Cotton In Hichmond during the High School Commencement. Mr. Will McKlnney, of Montgomery, Ala., is the guest of his neices, Mrs. E L. Woods and Misa Hallia Koyston. Misses Chastint) and Geneva Itucker spent several days with Mrs. James Conn in Lancaster, the past week. Mr, and Mrs. Steve Carrier and two children of Lwicaster spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E C. McWhorter. Mtsaea Margaret Cook and Minnie May Robinson, of Lancaster, spent the Monday, For Sale;-- sod surrev anj a gooJ Mrs. W. J. Htfan returned 1khiu Quite n large number of people from nesv break-car- t. this town and neighborhood attended Tuesday from an extended stay at as fl. II. Swinebroad. the Commencement ejerciscs at Ilerea Lexington. Twft hundred fjet of hard wood floor Wcdnesdsy. . 1. Hogait llatlard is the guest Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Robinson, and Lex- ing for sale. Misses Martha Garrett of Richmond of relatives at Nicholasville Capt. Elkin ban tvu riding cultiva and Addie Mason, of White's Station, ington this week. Dr. 11. U. Montgomery and Mr. Noah tor, several double shovel plow, and are the guests of their grand-parentMarseu Jr. wer in Lexington Tuesday other farming irnplenwnts he wishes to .Mr. and Mrs. Will Fish. ell at uargalns; 1 have made arrangements to buy to attend tlw Republican Convention. cabbage plants. FOR SALE:-I.at- e Mrs. Eliza Hicks, and Mrs. Tom wheat for taring's Mill, Richmond Ky. Mrs. S. C. Henderson. You will da well to see me before sell- Williams and daughter, of Fort Worth Lowell, Kv Phone ing yours. W. E. I'arks. tf. Texas, are expected in a few days for J, A. Bratton of this city has a good Mrs. Woods Walker entertained a a visit to Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Willhins. Urown-Manle- y riding cultivator he will few friends informally Friday afternoon Dr. unci Mrs. Samuel Hose will leave in honor of Miss Estill Walkers guests. Friday for their home In I'liiladelphla, sell cheap. Misses McKinney, Itout and Denny of after a several weeka visit to his parStanford. ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Hose. They Mrs. W. M. Eldridge, and Miss will make the trip in their machine. Elizebeth Eldridge returned Saturi'ay Mr. and Mrs. It. I. llurton, Mr. and from Lexington, where Miss Elizebeth Mrs. Joe Uryant, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. University on Kennedy aod guests, Mr. and Mrs. graduated from State Thursday, Mershon of Corbln, enjoyed a motor Mr and Mrs. Morse Perkins and trip to Hichmond Sunday, They return-vi- a daughter Elizebeth, M.r. and Mrs. J, Should be Engraved or Lexington. C. McWhorter and Dr. Doores of Crab Miss Mayme Lee Ilallard entertained Embossed nowadays. Orchard were the guesta of Mr. and about twenty of her friends very In Mrs. E. C. McWhorter on Sunday. It reflects good taste and formally Wednesday llall.nl. -- GoinQL ki Chautauqua Program Lancaster, Ky., June Programs Begin Promptly 24-28t- Tablet before nod after each meal. by us 25c a box. R. . McRsb.rts Sold only h. POSTED The undersigned hereby g've warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olfendera to ful .;st extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. R, L. Elkin Ed & N H Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. H. Cook. James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. J. P. Illand. J. C. Morgan, J. H. and V. S. Weaver We will add other names for 25 cent i Afternoon Music Afternoon Lecture , Evening Music Evening Entertainment . . 2:30 3:00 7:30 8:00 P. P. P. P. M. M. Singing Party. Lecture, "The Divine Rights of tho Child" Mrs. Leonora M. Lake. M. Admission 23 cents. Children 15 cents M. Saturday-Evenin- g. Thursday Afternoon. Grand Concert, Concert The Carroll Glee Club. Admission 23 cents, Children 15 cents Thursday-Eveni- ng. The Kellogg. Haines Singing Party. Admission 50 cents. Children 25 centa Sunday -- Morning. The Carroll Glee Club. Children's Hour, Classical and Wh Concert Lecture.'Things I Saw and Did As A iles! Stories Miss Katnryn L. York. Savage" Tahan. Sunday Afternoon Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents Sacred Concert Jaroslav Cimera Friday Morning Personal Stationery Children's Ilour.lndian Folk Talcs and Folk Dances, Miss Kathryn Lyle York Friday-Aftern- and his Band Adnission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. Sunday-Even- t cash. County ing Court Days. Musical Recital Indigestion and Constipation. "About live years ago I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets after suffering from indigestion and constipation for vears without finding anything to Chamberlain's Tablets relieve me. helped me at once and by using them for several weeki I waa cured of the complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. I'helpa N. V. For tale bv all dealers. afternoon from four to six o'clock in honor of Mrs. Samuel Hose, of Philadelphia, and Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of Lexington. During the afternoon punch was served and the guests enjoyed a "guessing contest". Sweet peas were used in decorating and the colors, pink and white, wete also carried out in the refreshments. Ices, cakes, mints and salted almonds were served. It waa a very pleat ant occasion and gave the guests a chance to say "good bye" to Mrs. Hose before returning to I'enn. 4at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TM13 Central Record. Richmond, 1st. Monday.' Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, Harrodsburg, lit. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyvillc, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondr. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday, LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montlcello. 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th. Monday. Sacred Concert Jaroslav Cimera Miss Gertrude and his Rand Sternberger and Mr Haydn Parry Admission 50 ct nt. Children 25 cents Thomas. Monday-.Mornin- Lecture, "The Fortune Hunter" Dr. Wm. A. Colledge. Admission 23 cents. Children 15cnts Children's Hour, Scandinavian Folk Tales and Folk Friday-Even- ing. Dances, Miss Kathryn Lyle York Music Recital Mr Haydn P. Thomas. Monday-.Afternooand Miss Gertrude Sternberger. Entertainment, Magic, Taber, Concert Bohemian Orchestra The Miracle Man. Admisiion 25 cents, Children 15 centa Admisiion 50 cents ' Children 25 cents Monday-EveniSalurday-Morning. i ng Children's Hour, German Folk Tales and Folk Dance Miis Kathryn Lyle York. Saturdaj-Aflernoon. Concert Bohemian Orchestra Lecture, "Our Country, Its Problems and Progress" Hon. J. Adam Rede Admllalon RO 4 ctntff. Children 15 centii Concert, The Kellogg-Haint- s Admisiion to Children's Hour tree to all. Page 8 Tne Central Record, Thursday June 1 7 19 5. 1 Oil Ready-To-We- ar mm m JI It is a Bonafide Offering of our Entire Stock of Dry Goods and Ladies' CASH-Nothing You cannot afford, to miss this sale. Garments at Decided Reductions, for Cash. Our stock is composed of Better Qualities only, as it was bought for the most particular trade. Only a few items in our stocks are excepted, where prices are restricted by the makers. TERMS SPOT Mi ii til 1 Laid Aside Or Sent On GOLD Approval. 1! Pattern China, BAND at a We offer our entire stock of China Ware I size Plates, Cups and Saucers, Bakers, Meat Dishes, Mayonaise Dishes, Chop Dishes. CHINA,s Blue and White China. DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT. Good line of all $1.25 Detroit-Princess Table Linens, Napkins, j Dress Linens Just when you want them, we offer you our ea'ire line of White and Colored Dress Linens. Linen Lawns, eta. ot reduced prici3. Most of these cannot be duplicated until the war is over. House Dresses, Dix-Made 75c. Specials 5c II A Best quality Apron Ginghams. Towels, Etc. Our entire stock of German and Irish Table Damasks, Napkins. Towels and Crashes are at "'before the war" prices ad are worth today 25 per cent more than we paid for them, and most of them are out of the market until the war ends. But to show you that we hold back nothing, we will offer a special discount on our entire iine of We offer choice of nearly one' hundred House 7 Cm and Dresses all regular $1.25 dresses, at . I UU 5c inch Muslin Underwear 50c Garments will be 75c Garments will be $1,50 VUU IIP Detroit Princess genuine Amoskeag Gingham Kim ono Aprons. 43c .65c $1 Garments will White and Tub Dresses $1. While our line of these dresses is practically right new they will be offered at a decided reduction during this sale. Many of these came in last week. be.... ....85c .$1.20 Sheets, Regular price COcts. Hi wUU Pft Full size Bleached Seamless ready for use. piece of fine 81x90 HOUSEHOLD LINENS and we advise you to buy all you can afford during this sale. X I $1.25 Garments will be 80c 75c 7c MP I UU I fft Garments will be Long( Cloth. Full size Wizard and O Spring Coats Half Price $15.00 Coats now S 17.50 Coats now Hosiery Our line of Hosiery for Women, Children and Men is very extensive and every number is sold at the lowest possible price but during the sale we will make liberal discounts on all kinds of hosiery from the cheapest to the grest McCallura Pure Silk Hose. Every piece of the many hundreds of pieces of plain and fancy White Goods in oBr store will be Joflered at greatly reduced prices during this sale. White Goods Cedar Mops. d?7 Cn vp .JU 7C sJ tJO vpO. Full bleached Huck Towels, 18x30 inches, was good value at lOcts. Gold Jewelry During this sale we will offer our entire stock of Solid Gold Jewelry at a big discount from regular prices-Came- os Cuff Links. Brooches, Bead, Chains, Lockets. Lavalliers. Ritigs. etc. All strictlv new and correct styles direct from makers. ,2n5o0w.t.8. $10.00 $12.50 $3.75 to Three st les of extra fine quality Turkish Oath Towels; nontj of tlm three ever sold under 25cts. printed Foulards, printed UU poplins, heavy twilled Silk Pongee; originnl prices were 85c. 81. and 51.25. dress lengths of every expensive fancy dress silks that sold at 52 and $2.25 yard. Cheaper Coats, $6.00 Irt A IIP Choice of a lot of nil-sil- k Silver and Cut Glass With the exception of Towel's and other standard Sterling Ware, which we already sell as low as makers will allow, we will offer special reductions on all kinds of Plated Sheffield and Sterling Silver, Cut Glass. China and 1817 Rogers Silverware. Pure Silk Crepe de Chene Waists $1.50 fine We offer in this sale'cholce of about Seventy-liv- e pure silk Crepe de Chene Waists in the very latest styles at $1.50. Less than you can buy the ciepe alone for. White and colors. We will offer in this sale our entire stock of new Silk from and Wool Shirtwaist Skirts at a reduction ot regular low prices. One-third 98c 10c 17c 80c 10c y.ird. Choice of a lot of Tailored Suits Half Price We offer our entire line of Wool Suits and Silk Suits at exactly half former prices. We have over one hundred for you to choose from $15.00 Suits now $19.50 Suits now yard. Pure linen Crash Toweling reduced from 12!icts. yard. sheer white Voile for waists wns 25cts. and dresses Extr good quality Ladies Umbrellas; were cheap at Ladies' Furnishing During this sale you can buy Gossard Front Lacing Corsets, Warner's Rust-Proand Redfern Corsets at reduced prices, Also all kinds of Neckwear, Kid and Fabric Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Jewelry Etc.. at decided reductions ...I M' : vp:7. 7 CJJQ Cn t7 J" -- Specially Low Prices on White Wash Skirts. " S! , $12,50 ...$17.50 .vp $5.00 FINE WOOL DRESSES J 1.00. New Palm Beach Suits specially priced for this sale t'7 C( Were $12.00 light-weight to $18.00 yard. Beautiful line of line printed Dress Crepes were 15cts. Large cake fine Bath Soap, with 25c rubber flesh sponge free. Silks Every piece of Plain and Fancy Silk in our stock will be marked down for this sale, REMNANTS A counter full of silk remnants at half regular prices. All Silk Dresses Half Price We have left about fifty new silk dress to $45. and offer choice at exactly One-Ha- lf We offer choice of a big lot of very latest style Spring checks, serges, etc. Dresses, mode of finest The close out of Jtyles that were sold at $12. to $18. Detroit-Princess 15c that sold at $10. former price. Party and Dance Dresses at half Price. Half Price, sizes, 2 to Children's and 1 years. Misses' Very low prices on Silk Kimonos, Silk Petticoats, Raincoats, Palm Beach Coats, Etc. Robertson DANVIULE, KENTUCKY.