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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 24, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915062401_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 24, 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. CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN7 A RSISIIED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNHENl. rWKNTY SIXTH YBAR. I LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 24, 191 5. today. A LIVE WIRE. Attend every traslon of Chautauqua Mr. Robert Dur.n. art enthusiastic or you mlas something good. lnrtaw (rv Pan( iTl t Un.t.. Ltut. Gov. McDermntt will be billed to engaged to canvass the atate for new' stuuei.tr, la now in our city and la in peak lie re Monday, July 2fith. terestlng some of our local talent, who How often have you looked at the will probably enlist In the Freshman town clock since It atopped running. class there next year. Rrbert is a live If you want a houie, let ua build and wire and will doubtless do his part to ward reaching the "one hundred Freshturn the key over to you. man" mark for next session. A. II, Uaatln & Son, tf. Chautauqua begin Lancaster Commercial Club com posed of the tlneit bunch of boosters that ever boosted a boost. Are you one of them? ia KUMBtR 12. MANY TICKETS SOLD FOR ffil I McCormick Mowers, Ftn. t s 151 REDPATII CIIAUTAQUA. While many season tickets have been sold for the approaching Redpath Chautauqua, yet when The Record printed the complete program many cltizena who had not secured them made haste to buy. There Is no disput- m We are headquarters for Babe Rpnaire. i j Guard Sections, Plates and Knives carried for all dif 9 ferent machines. 1 Full line or Itev. Oillard Sebsstlan of Teateravllle will preach at Mt. Hebron Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Everybody la Invited to come. The new battleship Arizona waa iuc- ceaafully launched at the Brooklyn navy yard last Saturday. The Arizona shares with her sister ahlp, the Pennsylvania, the honor of being the world's Lawn Mowers, Snathes I V & Blades Cm Before you PAINT see our line of largest battleahip. The tClizahethtown News ask the fol lowing prrtinent ijueation. "As Judge O'Kear pledged hia support to Col. Morrow for Governor on the County "HANNA GREEN SEAL." ; ; 1 60NN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Unit plank, what chance didate;" ia there to get I a any Republican to vote the Democratic ticket if it nominatea a prohibition can William Jennings Uryan, addressing a labor peace meeting at Carnegie Hall in New York, attacked former Presi dents Hoosevelt and Taft as leading sponsors of organizatlona which at cod for the use of force in International af fairs and which, the former Secretary of State declared, were inimical to the true interests or this county and to the cause of International peace. Auto tickets given on old and new accounts. ji i. $ e 1000 Votes w FOR SALE. ' J on every ouDscripuon paia 0-- 1 .1 1 ! s House and lot, just been built a year and is in good location. Lot is 00x375 feet. Will sell at a bargain if sold within the next 30 days. Apply at this office. mi- - The Central Record NEW OR OLD. CONTEST CLOSES GRANDPA HAPPY. are receiving congratulations over the ar rival of a beautiful little girl baby Sat urdav night. Grandpa Wilkeraon also is wearing a broard smile. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald SATURDAY, JULY THIRD, g ENJOYABLE DANCE. A number of local young people went to Lancaster Wednesday evening to attend the annual June dance. All report a most enjoyable time and y speak in highest terms of the of the Lancaster boys. Danville Messenger. hospi-talit- DC 3ME '4 GO TO - ICE CREAM SUPPER. Diokerson & Carrier FOR Dry Goods. Shoes and. Groceries There will be an ice cream supper at the Hubble Christian church Saturday night. The ladiea of thia vacinity know how to make and aerve ice cream and also how to make the young people have a good time and we bespeak for them a big crowd. NEW MANAGER. The Lancaster Bottling Works has employed Mr. W. L. Herndon and he ing the assertion that this year's Chautauqua will far surpass those held heretofore. The attractions coming to LanREPAIRS ON COURT HOUSE. caster are the very best before the Buy your season The repairs on the Court House American public. began in earnest Mondav morning. ticket today and be on hand for every Chairs, benches, desks, etc., were meeting. moved out. The bell that has often disturbed peaceful alumbers as it rang 'MADE IN U. S. A." out the fire alarm, as well as calling cltizena to a court of justlc, was placed IS THEIR SLOGAN. in the park with a placard stating any Advertising men swarmed Into one would be fined ringing it unless In esse of fire. The "Elmore boys." Chicago Saturday to attend the annual Harry, J. E... and Tom are fast tear convention of the Associated AdvertisThe conven ing down the old cupola, proving that ing Clubs of the World. they are not only Industrious but dar- tion will continue a week. It is ex- ing. $15,000 will be aptnt for repairs. ected that 10,000 delegates will be In attendance. "Made (n the U. S. A." is the slogan A RAINY HARVEST. the convention is going to attempt to The Indications are that the wheat put into the mouths of every mauu- harvest af 1915 will be more or lees facturer and every consumer In the interferred with, and interrupted, by country. President Woodhead said: "The word 'imported' is not going rain. There will be damage In the shock and in the stack. But the har- to mean so much to our people in the vest will proceed between showers future,' he said. "Untold millions of and as June showers usually are lecal dollars' worth of goods have been Imand occasional the crop will not be ported into the United States that can materially reduced In quantity or In and hereafter will be manufactured in Hi quality. Tin acreage is large and the this country," crop has looked excellent. President Woodhead predicted that' .There will be a heavy yield and, at anything above a great rush of business would sweep $1, a handsome profit for Kentucky the country as a result of a readjustgrowers. ment of business conditions, caused by the European war. M CHAUTAUQUA HERE. MISS McADOO BACK Last summer for the first time the Chautauqua idea had a demonstration in Lancaster. The tent was pitched, FROM EUROPE. the music played, the speakers arrived Miss Nona McAdoo. daughter of one after another, the tickets were sold and a happy throng gathered day after William G. McAdoo, the Secretary of day and night after night for entertain Treasury, returned to New York from France, where she had been nursing ment and profit. A good many people did not find put wounded soldiers for the last four what a good thing the Chautauqua was months. Her chum. Miss Katherine until it was nearly over. This year Britton, of Washington, returned home everybody will get ready beforehand with her. Miss McAdoo was met at quarantine and enjoy the Chautauqua from the by her fathe'rTUpon whose request she first session until the last. returned to America. This request was prompted, she said, by her fathers THE FORCE OF HABIT. belief that she would be unable to Few realized how often they referred stand the continued strain ot a long to the town clock for the time of day period of nursing. until its hands were torn from its face. Miss McAdoo did not give up nursing Quite a few amused themselves by as has been published, because she had watching persons going around the been ordered to scrub floors and do square glancing up at the clock, not other menial work at the hospital. only once but several times. Tho the "That is false and absurd," she said: new cupola may be handsomer and "The nurses are kept busy nursing and more in keeping with out progressive- - there is plenty of help to do the other ness, yet it makes one feel sad as they work. There seemed to be plenty of think bow often it has summonsed our nurses and plenty of medical supplies fathers and grandfathers to business and equipment." and pleasure, how often it has marked the departing day with ita joy and sorrows, yet like all material things it YOUNG MAN LOSES LIFE IN must make way for the new. DEERINGBINDERS Dee ring Mowers. I I I Hakes and Twine A complete line of Repairs. Place your order for 1 Binders and Twine. I Do it Now. Phone 49. I HASELDEN BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. 31 IE 11 1 E 1Z G. M. LYONS BUSY GASH STORE. Like Hot Cakes are the Bargains going at our great GIGANTIC CHALLENGE SALE. RIVER ATSTEPHENSPORT. EXPORTS OF HORSES. to which the warring nations of Europe are buying horses from the United States is indicated in some figures just made public by the Federal Department of Commerce. During last April horses to the value of $7,038,811 were exported from this country. In the same period mule value of $2,334,744 were exported. The total value of horses ex ported during the ten months ended April 30th, 1915, ws $47,783,848: of mules. $7,478,140. All these animals, of course, were not purchased for war purposes, but unquestionably the great majority of them were. A MONEY d We pay the highest market price for Country Produce, Ask for tickets on the Automobile.! The extent HE ii m mm mi iaaiaaaaaaaaaaia(lMBaiaMSaaiIBSBSi iru ii assumed the management of the plant last Mondav. Mr. Hasclden has made a wise selection in Mr. Herndon and we feel sure that hia services will prove profitable to this enterprising drm. I WL-VlULtl OR n -- CHAUTAUQUA You are cordially WEEK. Rowland Hopper, 17 years old. was drowned at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon while bathing in the Ohio river at Stephensport. The youth was in company with a friend and it is supposed that he was taken with cramps. The body was recovered a little later and will be taken to Wilmore for burial. He Is survived by his parents, thr-jsisters and two brothers. The dead boy had been assisting as a musician in a revival that has been in progress G. I M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. I " I' CZ 1L Ult, mm an aaB IULU IKLflFI, freckles. VANISHING CREAM will remove the tan and Ask to see the other invited to make this store headquarters during Chau tauqua Week, and see our famous Adlers CollegUn line of, genuine Palm Deach Suits. $12.50 suits for $7.60, $10. suits for$R. while they last. in Gents Everything furnighings. Logan, Anderson & Tomllson at Stephensport for the last three weeics. Sunday Courier Journal. Young Mr. Hopper was a Brother of Mr. Will S. Hopper of the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Mr. Hopper lett at once for Wilmore where his brother was burled. Much sympathy Is extend ed Mr. Hopper in the tragic death of a beloved brother. GRAND OPENING O F ROMAN'S MAKER. RIf, fFI.ERRATlON REXALL TOILET at ARTICLES MgROBERTS. I j On Monday, July 5th, judging from the preparations being made. Paint Lick will spread herself in the way of u i 11 iii-uaj. tii.. i.ic ivieuiauiiK uii limb .1... good people of Paint Lick attempt anything it is usually done "according to arwt 1IWCV Ifauld" UIIU tfiittii i si v oruc Cnrrnnura va tuiiutv mi 1VJ IV enough to get to that enterprising little town on that day will be royally enter- tained. BIG CATTLE SALE. Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing in the builder's line M suclfas I 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. The cattle market in Garrard county was conaiderably enlivened this week by on. deal alone that Involves nearly $12,000. Messrs Tom and David Ran kin, one of the largest and moit extensive cattle feeders in this county, sold to Mr. Monte Fox one hundred and ten head of cattle that will weigh 1300 each, for $8,35 the hundred pounds, The delivery to be made the first ten days in July. The municipally-owneelectric light plant at Harrodsburg is a moneymaker for the city, besides furnishing the citizens of that progressive little city electric current at a remarkably low rate, judging by what the Harrodsburg Leader says about it in its current issue. On this point the Leader say "The plant furnished service and sells its "juice" at seven cents per 'wat The report of John H. Grimes, of their municipal lighting plant, for the month of May was a good one, being over $950, and if the receipts keep up Harrodsburg will get a nice dividend from now on". The price per "watt" In Danville is 12 cents or nearly double the amount paid in Harrodsburg. DEMOCRAT STANLEY HAS BIG DAYS OPERA HOUSE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AT COVINGTON RICHMOND. The sentiment In AND favor of nominating Hon. A. O. Stanley for Governor is growing by leaps and bounds through TUESDAY, JUNE s 29th. 1915. EXPLAINS. FEW DAYS MORE. Nominating petitions for all candi date for state or district offices must be filed with the Secretary of State at least forty days previous to date of Primary, and for all county offices thirty days previous to ba filed with the county clerk. Saturday August 7th Is the date of the election and the last da for filing nominating paper for State or district offices will be Jnne psth and for county office the last day will be July 8th. ft. H. Bastin & Son Editor Record:- I am a teetotaler, at to the use of intoxicants, and worked for Local option and County Unit. I am opposed to the submission of State-wid- e Prohibition until my party declare for it. The party is greater than any man. The present platform declare for County Unit, and I stand on that platform. We should not Inject new Issues before the party declares. There are breaker ahead. Beside this, the Supreme Court says we cannot stop shipment of liquor for personal use, and we know the effects e would not, ot inhere. So in any way Improve conditions here. Put your foot on the snake' head by getting Coogres to atop the manufac ture in the Nation. A long a our con dition is not Improved let ua bava tho Democrat. revenue. State-Wid- out the State. Democrats everywhere are being convinced that it is impossible for the democratic ticket to be elected uport a State-wid- e platform and recog nize In Stanley the most suitable can didate to lead th ticket upon the County Unit platform. The crowd that greeted him when he spoke at Covington last week was estimated at four thousand and said to be the largest demonstration on behalf of a democrat ic candidate for Governor held in that city for many years. The hall provided for the speaking did not have sufficient capacity to seat the crowd and the speaker was required to deliver two addresses. It I claimed by Stanley' supporter that he will carry the Cth Congressional District by a large majority. The crowd was so large at Richmond last County Court day that Stanley was and it required to make two apseche is eatimated that over a thousand dem ocrats heard him. There Is no doubt but Madison County will be found' in the Stanley column by a good majority Stanley' supporter on August 7th. are now claiming that he will get' more vote In the primary than all of his opponents combined. Feature Photo-Play- direct from the Hippodrome Theatre Lexington Special Added Attraction: TALCUM, JACK AND COMPANY. Introducing Rough Rider and Bucking Mules direct from a seasons run on the big time Vaudeville Circuit. Watch for Talcum and Jack on the Street. ADMISSIONr-Chlld- ren 5c(s. Adults lOcts. Shows 7:30 and 9 p. ra. V COMING Charles Chaplin and The Diamond from the Sky Page 2 1 The Central Record, Thursday June 24 Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Garnett were! In Mrs. Rote Lunsford is up again after Louisville last week. The undersigned hereby trve warn- - a lengthy illness. Ing lo all persons not to trespass upon Julian RlfTe of Hustonvllle, was tho Mrs. 0. R. Carpenter of Lancaster our lands for any purpose whatever as visited relatives here. guest of friends here Saturday. I we will prosecute all offenders to ful The Baptist Sunday School is planning Miss Minnie Rupley Is In Wilmore test extent of law. Hunters and. to have a picnic in July. spending the week with relatives. Fishermen especially take notice. Miss I'.uby Cress has been visiting Ed & Nil Price ILL. Elkln Miss Laverne Nevlus. of Lancaster, W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. Miss Fay King at Hubble. was here last week visiting friends. Mrs. Fado Parks visited her mother, James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. Mrs. W, H. Underwood remains quite Mrs. O. G. Ross at Union. J. C. Morgan, J. I. It I and. III at her home Jn the Hubble section. H. and W. S. Weaver Born to the wife of Rip Manuels. of Mrs. Meely atone and daughter, are We will add other names for 25 cents the Bald Hills section a fine boy. cash. Mr. Henry Blankensl.Ip has a bad visiting relatives and frends In Cincin- 19 5. 1 POSTED PREACHERSVILLE STANFORD Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD Office Fhone 51) L1R0P Sold by McRoberts Drug Store and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. f ONE Great Woman Orator to Speak Here Chautauqua Week i BUILDING. 41 Kesldenci Phone KY. LANCASTER. of 601DB0N POULTRY CIRC down a chick's throat core few ine Sapr. A wateritropi In and cure prevent cholera, diarrhoea One andotherchlckdlear KM bottle mike II rations r medicine Al all JmcRlnU. nf Sample and tmnklel on Fowla" rent KltKK. Bturtan Ktmttj C. tnlirui, tj lonnly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. ' Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shclbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Moml;--. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday NIcholasville, 3rd. Mnrday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset. 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. jj. IV. Morrow, Graduate Optlclat Otaiiet Filled. Slutctlon (inarautee d Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. eye which is giving him much trouble. Miss Elsie Hutchins Is visiting her uncle Rev, Wm Hutchins near Har mon's Lick. Mr. W. C. Cummins has completed hit store house and is enlarging his stock os goods every day. Mr. T. W, Payne had a severe attack of throat trouble and had to go to Crab Orchard to see a physician. Mr. Samp Cummins has purchased an automobile and is treating his friends to nice rides. Samp is a bachelor but no need far him to remain so longer, Mr. F. F. Cummins who recently re turned from t lorfda lias concluded to end his days in peace and quiet in Old Kentucky, Is engaged In building n new home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm nati. Miss Cecelia Pennvbaker, of Danville Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. C. Hill. Miss Nancy Yeager is the guest of Mrs. Grover Cleveland Anderson atMt, In Ireland of Catholic pnrentnso In brought her to this )enr later her imrt-utgirlhood on n farm In northern New York. 'The summer she was sixteen she taucht district school and "boarded within three jenrs. round." rJhe inarrl.il whrn quite jiiiu nnd was ldow With three children l.Uns to her for necessaries of lire, work wa nn Imperasuddenly Into n hitherto unknown field, oho tive demand. Piwlpltnted thin great l tKvnme deeply Intended In the condition under which tolled tho army of our land and hooii developed Into a champion of working women and ihlldrrii. The KiilubH of I.atxr. nt that time tho moat prominent laNir organization most partb tilarly In the country appealed to her for many realms, but MAUIIJ LAKH wna Two nnd n InONOHAKlio lived all Imlf her tni a lmlu-tria- 1 Sterling. FARM FOR SALE. John M. M. McRoberts. J. Dentist. . PATRICK, Kontuoky Paint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE. KY. Phone 387-Prompt Service day and night. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. Aat or It reflects good taste and once creates a favorable impression. John 11. Casey, D. V. II. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati College. Office at V. B. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Veterinary TH IZ Central Record. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. L. & N. Trail) Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Anitivc No 10: 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louuville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- ton & Frankfort, Mount bterling At For All Kinds of Ashland, at Parts to Cincinnati. No "1: 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with I. & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxvllle. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train .to Cincinnati. No 27: 2:00 n. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. V 11. Q.tt m To Stanford, connecting with train to Hristol & Atlanta. ROUGH G. C. COX, Phnno 229. LUMBER, see Manse.Ky I unice"nu"iltol-7to9p.rn- .. K to 12 a. m ! H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: Storraet BnildtngoTei Hart & Auder au urmture is tore. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. fast Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Time Table. Surgeon and Dentist. Southern Rail Road. Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. Kentucky Lancaster, Danville, Ky. Veterinary -North-boun- Cincinnati Express, 4:30 daily Spe No. 4 Manufacturer and Dealer in C:03 cial, dally No. 28 Blue Grass Special, High-Cla- ss Monuments. daily except Sun...ti:0a No. 14 Carolina Special, Original Designs and Prompt Ser daily 7:00 Con No. vice. Guaranteed Quality. Express, daily 1:35 nections at all Granite and Marble No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 daily Quarries. Office anil Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed onSaturdnys No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 Telephone 104. Express, No. 5 L o c a 11:05 daily No. 11 Royal Palm, dally..ll:20 No. 1 New Orleans Lim 11:35 ited, daily Special, No. 13 Carolina 10:15 daily Spe No. 3 11:35 cial, dally HARRY JACOBS No. 10 a.m a.m a.m. a.m p.m, p.m. p.m. .South-boun1 Stanford, Kentucky. a.m. a.m. a.m, p.m. p.m STRAWBERRY 11:52 p.m cial, dally Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information Our first offering of the remarkable call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, Mammouth Pearl Potato agent; 'phone 340. No. 27 Blue PLANTS No. 9 Florida Spe Fruit and Shade Trees Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. CASTORIA For Infants and ChJldrea H.F.Hillenmcyer 1841. & Sons. 1915 In Use For Ovor Signature of 30 Years Lexington, Kentucky, Ranke attended church at Ottenheim last Sunday. Mrs Ranke has been sick a long time and was given up to die but her many 3 friends rejoice to tee het health getting Fla, is the guest of Miss Mary Dee Beck, near McKinney. better. Mrs. Ben Jennings and little daughter ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME Mary Margaret, are visiting relatives USEFUL GARDEN TOOL ami fliends at Paris. Any Good Mao Can Get From One To Walter G. Smith of the State Bank and Trust Company spent Sunday In Ten Years To Paj For II. New Convenience for the Worker Lexington with friends. Misses Emily Murphy and Ada Steele in Truck Patch. I have four first class farms, con of Shelby City have been the guests of tabling about lllHi acres of Uarrurd Mrs. George F. Deborde County's best soil, which I will cut in Miss Lmma Warren hs returned Many Implements De to parcel tosuitpurehttters, in amounts home from Cincinnati, where she has vised for Assistance of Farmer from nvH acres to an entlru Mrm. been for several months. One of Latest Is Hoe, With 310 ncies, fertile soil, on good pike. Mrs. J. Frank Smith and son, Frank, two miles from a thriving village and Seed Dox.on Handle. oj aiavsvme. are tne guests o her 1 miles from one of the best graded The activity of the Inventor Is mak daughter, Mrs. J. C. Reynolds. schools in the State, conducted by four Ing the life on the farm so attractive experienced teachers, children conveyed .ir. anu airs, a, u. that It Is ho who In a great measure ceiving congratulationsrmilip are re to ami from school at the expense of uponthearriva has been responsible to tho "back-to- the District; intelligent, cultured and " movement. Tho Introduction of a little daughter at their heme. hospitable people for neighbors. In two of some of the greater conveniences Mrs, S. J. Embry, Sr., who has been hare really brought the outlying farm spending a week or more at Crab miles of High Bridge, where boating. and other methods of entertainment much nearer to tho centers of clvlllzaOrchard Springs lias returned home. are at hand. Five room residence, two tlon and, being within easy reach of Mrs. M. h. Pruitt and children, of tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 the cities, the tendency to leave tho farm has been largely overcome. Millersburg, are the guests of her par- acres in grass. Farm is near the proIn a minor degree smaller Inventions ents, .Mrs. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. posed million dollar dam to be con have been .the means of removing on Kentucky river, which will Mrs: W. J. Dozier and children of structed great deal of the drudgery from the furnish electric light for the entir? coun Miss., are the guests of of country suburban lire. Summit, activities try. It can be divided irto three farms. For Instance, the man who wants to relatives and friends hero for the sumThe Busier Brown farm near Camp operate a little truck patch can do so mer. Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good much more readily now than a few Mr. and Mis. J. L. McKee Rifle barns, nil new, splendid residence, years ago on account of the many la tools and implements which spent the week past in Hustonvllle thirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools. havo been devised for his assistance. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 One of the latest of theso Is a hoe Ride. for seed planting which dispenses with There were several auto loads of acres, one stock barn, two tobacco the business of placing people from Lancaster Monday boost- barns, seven room residence. Moat uf tho seeds In the holes that have been ing the Chautauqua that is in Lancas- this is sand stone land ami any farmer made for their reception. in Garrard county knows this kind of ter this week. This implement has a seed box land is the land that grows the highest Mia. II. E. Thompson, of Three Riv- prico tobacco, as well as corn and mounted on Its handle Just over the ers. Mich, returned home Monday after hemp. The evidence are on the farm , , . t o viflii iu iit-- uarenis, .nr. ami .Mrs. to bear cut this statement. This farm Will Beck. is located on the Kemper Lane ar Col Georgu P. Bright has returned Ixingtn pike. The Beazley farm, one ami one half home from Pittsburg, Pj., where he on Lexington has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. miles from pike, 2OT acres, good brick residence, Joseph E. Johnston. tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of Mr. and .Mrs. It. R. Hourigan and the Lancaster Graded school. The soil daughter, of Lebanon, have returned is splendid, well watered anil the farm home after a visit to her parents, Mr, fronts one and one quarter nolo on and Mrs. R. L. Kupley. the Lexington pike, in eaty reach of Mrs. W. It. Denham of Oklahoma town ami th entin- - front ean be used City, Okla. has returned home after as building sites, which I propose to spending several weeks here with lior cut in any also to suit purchaser. I will exchange any nf this property parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Beck. Miss Elizabeth Higeins returned home for Garrard county property at the I from the College of Music of Cincin- same price will sell for cash. If you wish to exchange, come with yours nati, where she graduated with honors. Miss Higglns will teach music in the priced as you would sell for cash. You can get this land just as cheap bv ex Stanford Graded School nej t term. Seeds Drop as Hoe Works. change as by purchase i' you desire to Will Burns, who formerly lived in change your location. blade. At a convenient point on the this county, died at his home in Now these aro lour as good farm as handle there la a trigger by which week and was brought here there are in the county. If you havo the flow off tbs seed Is controlled. When the bole has been properly made for interment in the Ashlock burying been a failure in life, stay at borne. the trigger Is manipulated and a lim- ground on the Lancaster pike. A num- If you aro tho kind who never dreads ited amount of seed Is allowed to es ber of the members of the Masonic any failures, I want to nee you. These cape. They fall Into tho holo and aro Lodge came with the remains. are live farms and want to see livu covered up without tho necessity of TheFiscol Court of Lincoln county men. Call on or write, operator departing from bis up the J, I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, which met last week an election was right position. ordered called to vote on an issuance of $130,000 in bonds for the improvement Old Knee Joint. Long Cnvelcpca. Estimated by scientists to be from and maintenance of roads. The whole When a person has uso for a long 2:0.000 to 275,000 years old, the petri- court favortTthe bond issue and if there fied kneo Joint of a mammoth was un- are enough petititnera favoring the envelope and liono Is at hand, two earthed at Long Beach, Cat., by work- proposition that will be held September small envelopes will answer tho nama purpose as well, Cut tho right end men twenty-eigh- t feet below tho sur- 18th. from one small envelope und tho lctt face. The discovery has been preEtthrage Alford shot and killed Oliver end from tho other, nnd place ono sented to the chamber of commerce by Anton Chcrosko, the finder. The Smith Sunduy morning near Floyd's Inside the other so that tho open ends kneo Joint of tho largest species of ani- store a few miles south of McKinney. lap, then paste them at tha edgo. An mals that over roamed tho earth Is The men were the best of friends just envelops of the desired length can be well preserved, despite Us great age. a short time before the killing. Smith manufactured In this way, and it will It measures 15 Inches In length and 12 went home with Alford Sunday and look almost as nell as a regular long envelope. Inches In diameter. staved until after supper. It is said home with Alford to that Smith went Quite Familiar With Child Life. get some whisky that Alford had. It The impassioned press agent this is said that an argument arose between week displays a remarkable Intimacy the men over the whisky which caused with ililld lite. He describes a coming the killing. big novelty as being "a gorgeous scenAt the great Knights and Pythias ic production in costume," In which Is Are You Woman used "real hot flamy Are which does Fair that is to be held in Stanford not seem to burn the lady and gentle- August 18, 19, and 20 there will be man on the stage, who play with It three big stakes shown. The first will as a child does Us toys,, even going be a colt ring of $100 to be divided In eo far as to apparently eat t" Kan- three moneys. The second Is for sadsas City Star. dle stallions, mares or geldings any age, in Btid $500 will be given to be divided six moneys and the third Is for any harness stallions, mare or gelding and There Is No Question the money o ire red will be $250 to be distressed but that Indigestion and the The Woman's Tonic Secretary E. divided In five moneys. feeling which always poos with it can C. Walton and the directors are workbe promptly relieved by taking a ing with all force to have this to be the greatest fair ever held In Stanford, and it Is predicted by many thatit will be FM SALE AT ALL DRU60ISTS before and alter each meal. 25c a box. with such a leader and worker, as Mr. t4 Walton a, the head of it. R. E. McRobtrts i j. Labor-Savin- g the-sollg Farm containing Ofi acres, three" miles Mrs. Mary Straub has been confined to Her bed for several days on account north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock of Illness. Mrs. Alfred Pence has been suffering bam and all necessary out buildings, from an attack of appendicitis for with never fulling springs nnd sptenold The young orchard In full bearing. several days. residence cuntnins ten rooms, with bath Mrs. Ed Nevlus and children, of Gal Tills and other modern conveniences. veston Texas, are the guests ofMrs has been mostly in grass for the past Mattie Nevlus. It years and is now ready to grow Mrs. J, C Reynolds, Mrs. Logan Mc- - hemp or tobacco, Sixty-fiv- e acres In Call and Miss Nancy Hunn spent Mon bluegras, the balance in clover and day in Louisville. mendow. The desirable location, fer Miss Anna Chancellor U the guest of tility of the soil, makes this a most Misses Lena and Mary Dee Beck near desirable home. lor further particuMcKfnney this week. lars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky, Robert Smalley, of St. Petersburg jrlSvRBJW''' BJfSSSSSSBBBBBBBT IPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSMSBbSjSSBBBBBBBBBBbI E"rBsBBBlWflrBBBi HflHPvnflMHrV iv-''f- ' kaVswEIBBBMiBBHH BBBlflHaV'ilsHxBlllBBflHlH aKsbIbssfSibShOSsjbh Sins. LEONORA M, LAKE. plank Its platf)na of principle demanding "equal pay for equal cause of the work." I'ndir the au lo of IV oivunlinM' n, wh h created for her tho oincc of general Invintignlor of 'bo r iidltloin of wai;o earning women and While nn lucumlnt of this children, she wa launched Into publle ncrvdT olllco she drafted a bill which afterward Ihhmii tin factory tiipo tlon law of Pennsylvania. Her (5ud fearing character, her sen of honor, Justtco and rlshteouanena InxtllliM Into her by her early training, were aroused by the which had many evil that existed. Hbe baa kept up her work on the platform, making her pica for sobriety, right llvlna; and fair dealing for mom than clKUtevn of the day. She U a years, and H considered one of the atroncot woman of plain speech, but iwiiilerons thtnLliie. n woman who brarely trlla and IItlrol Uf o Is needed. wherein a purer 1 1 so-i- Chautauqua Band Leader Also to Render Trombone Solos i. r . n- - JAR0SLAV CIMERA. CIMLItA, director of tho Clmera Concert Band, to appear here week, has been Irombouo aoloht In limes' Hand, BouiA'a JAROHLAV Kryl'a llund. In addition to dlrcvtlug hi band this summer, be will render troiulKjnc nolo. Tho Milwaukee Dally .Venn says, "Mr. Clnieru captured his audience t and soul." The Cincinnati Inquirer sayx, "Mr. Jaroxlav Clmera. trombone kololst, plajid sotoa on Ills Instrument with delicacy and ieellug." Tho Ulgln (III,) Dally Nevvit apeaks of Mr-- Clmera In one uf UN troiulwue auto us giving urn of the mot lfuluu rcrformaiueri of the oveutug. a ? I i! Cartiu Lancaster Chautauqua 1915. JUNE 24th, to 28th, Central Record, Thursday June 24 1915. AN ADMOMTION. CASTORIA - iiiiiLct-.x- r For Infants and Children. - CASTORjJ .ALCOHOLS The Kind You Have Always Bought AcCe(.iMeIfrpantimir,li slmllallngihcRxxfMdRS linguicsionaciisoHaiJouch 3f Bears the Signature of Promotes DifonflMiW ncss ond Rrstontiini trior OniuniXorplikie norrliacral At x jr.r M t ltl" "Call up man of business During the hours cf business. Only on business. Transact your business, Then ro about your business. So that he mny have time To attend to his business." -- rj'd Merchants' Admonition. We hope the old merchants admoni tion will be read by many. Did It ever occur to you a man would like to throw business cares away long enough to Did It ever cat three meals a day7 occur to vou the business man may be up three hours later at night than you are, and sleeps a little later In the morning? Give tho tired business man a rest, let him eat and sleep without ringing his phone. NOT CRAZY ABOUT 'EM. rosebud trimmings and carried the weddihg ring In the heart of a big calla lily. Mrs. Peter Raymond lleasley of La-- j Grange presided at the piano, giving the Wedding March, accompanying Miss Myrtle Johnson in two beautiful, songs just before the ceremony, "1 Love You Truly" and "Because," and during the ceremony gave softly A Ve-- j song. necian After the ceremony all registered in the Bride's Book, and then came the call to dinner, which was served on a long white covered table out under the trees.and with no conventionality all took their place about the festal board, some fifty in number, where seasoned with air an sun a delicious and sumptuous picnic menu was enjoyed. In the afternoon the honk of automosf biles called the time for departure, and the bride and groom and a large bedy of guests departed for Memphis 'i tstststststHft iT.kiB. if 'tH kKW ' r iimw V V Page 3 "rtH"LM Not Naiicotic. mm. I 16m W- - Worms rnnvulskjnj JOTTIS iuss awl Loss or Sun. TuSait SitOT of Annfrrl Rrmrdv for Com t Ion . Sour StoBatltDUntei It J.' Use For Over Mrs, Frances E. Beauchamp, of Lex ington, the W. C. T. U. leader, paid her respects to some of the political prohibitionists in the Democratic patty at the state convention of the prohibition party In Louisville yesterday, which nominated a state ticket. Referring to J. C. W. Deckham, Ilufus Van-saand Percy Haley, Mrs. Ileauchamp said: "In the las' legislature any one of this triumvirate by walking to the legislature and raising a hand could luz CrxTAfn Cokpabj; NMY1 uim. Thirty Years CASTORIA lisact Copy of Wrapper. have brought about the passage of the bill submitting a prohibition amendment. Thev refused to do this, and the bill was lost. I cannot have an overmastering confidence in any of them. If they are prohibitionists, they are mighty recent converts. Louisville Times. FOR HOW LONG? Lancaster Raises A Pertinent Question. When a neighbor tells us that he has recovered from a serious Illness, the first question that naturally arises Is, "How long will he keep well?". Temporary relief is one thing, but a lasting cure is altogether different. There is nothing temporary about the work of Doan'a Kidney Tills as the following evidence proves beyond a doubt. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Lancaster, says: "I suffered from an aching back. The kidney secretions also bothered me, being irregular, scanty and painful in passage. Doan's Didney Pills, procured at It. E. Mc- itoberts & bon s Drug Store, removed the pains and restored my kidneys to a given normal action." (Statement and Jackson. The bride's traveling gown was a Majova colored cloth tailored suit with trimmings of buttons, with which she wore a straw In hunter's green caught on the side by a cluster of thistles In dull shades. Ptioto by Norman Alter Mr. and Mrs Bush came to Jackson Forty Inhabitants, All Over 60 Years of Age, Who Attended the Redpath Chautauqua at Marengo, III. with wedding guests and took the All In the Front Row Are Over 80 Years Old. Dr. Miller, of Worldwide Fame as an Apiarist. Seminole out from here for St. Louis, Is In the Front Row. where thev will make their home at No. 4 Amhurst Ave., University City, Kellogg-HaineSt. Louis. Mr. Bush is a member of s Realty Co., a the firm of successful business man of much starOne of the features of the progr.m ring worth of character and he has of the Sinning Party nt the Chnutaiiqii.t hero will be the won one of Jackson's most charming prrsentatlon of one net of some well and genuinely worth-whilwomen, known crand or.i In sm'l;il costumes. making his gain decidedly this city's TbN minpuny litis tioen the Chauloss. tauqua platform for years and has preAmong tho pleasant occurences of sented "clwtloil", from both light opera the day was a telegram to the tyride and crand oiora to the delight of s Hanna in which from of ('haiitnuqtinns. The opera spoke of the day as the "wedding he "olei'tlnns usually comprise the third day of his best young lady friend, and lyrt of each evening's program. The name of the opera to Ik? presented this also the anniversary of the birth of his scnon will be announced fully In the mother." Jackson Tennessee News. hand-wove- n Bush-Burn- The s Singing' Party KelloKg-IInlnes e iin thou-sand- Consul-Gener- ofllctil program. If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. Gel Rid Of Your Rheumatism. Now Is the time to get rid of your rheumatism, i'ou can do it if you apply Chamberlain's Lir.iment. W. A. Lockhard. Homer C'ty, N. Y., writes, "Last spring I suffered frcm rheumatism with terrible pains in my arms and shoulders. I got a bottle of Cham berlain's Liniment and the first appli cation relieved me. By using one bot tie of it I was entirely cured." For ale by all dealers, i The Cut Shows the s Sing, ing Party as They Appeared Last Season In Light Opera Kellogg-Haine- yrigB H Ul U Iff? awa. Hla Position. "My father's elected on the com' tntttee who are going to have some more driven wells put down for the March 20th. 1903.) "Ah, I see; he's on the water OVEK THREE YEARS LATER. Mr city.' Wright said: had no kidney bored." OPENING NIGHT rf" BIG CHAUTAUQUA LIFE THRILLING STORY OF "I have trouble since giving by former rtcom- mendatlon of Doan's Kidney Pills " Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy I get Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that Mr Wright Co., Prop'., Buf had. falo. N. Y. Foster-Milburn Greece Rich In Marbles. Amona; other minerals the marbles of Greece must be placd In the front rank, no country being so rich In this product as the Hellenic kingdom. Seemingly Inexhaustible beds are to be found In Attica, Euboea and the REV. JOSEPH K. GRIFFIS, "TAHAN I A White Child A Kiowa Captive Paleface Savage Recaptured by .Custer An Indian Soldier Court Marti&led Deiertar A Converted Savage A Hunted Wanderer Escaped Military Prisoner Salvation Army Captain i' Pelopooessus. OLD ENGLISH RURAL WEDDING. "Bud Successful Clergyman A Widely Known Lecturer He Fixed It All Right. nenwlck!" she exclaimed. "Aren't you ashamed of yourself to Yesterday at high noon Miss Mary Rat all that banana without offering at Arthus Anderson and Mr. Wade liamp least part ot It to the little girl?" Bud ton Bush of St Louis were married at looked a bit uncomfortable, but after a Gable Villa, two miUs out from La -- moment's hesitation he answered: Grange, Rev. E. B. Ramsey of Dyers It's all right, grandma; I said 'ex cuse me.'" burg officiating. day in June" and the setting for the Wedding was as rare as the perfect day. It had been chosen for the event with a very posi tive degree of sentiment, as it was here the parents ot the bride, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Anderson, were married in 136, and the bans were read, with the bridal party standing exactly on the same spot In the parlor of the old Turner home. This old place was builded by the grandfather of the bride, and is unique. It stands far back from the road in a lovely grove, and is seen in vista from the gate through an avenue of old cedars: in character and style it is the old New England architecture, seven-gable-- i, tall doors. French windows, diamond-paned- , homelike and filled with associations and memories. There was a woodsey fragrance about the rooms, where only flowers of the fields were used with cedur festoons in decoration for the occasion, feathery alder blossoms and water lillies making Lancaster Chautauqua June Lancaster, Programs Begin Promptly 24th-28- th It was Lowell's "rare 5eclcr, PHONE 27. Mallard & Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. Dally Thought. Life Is short Let us not throw any of It an ay In useless resentment It Abroad and at Home. The fellow In the movie show who Is best riot to be angry. It Is next laugh3 loudest at the picture In which best to be quickly reconciled. Sam a woman is chasing her husband uel Johnson. Is around the house with a rolling-pithe same lad whose wife makes him Relics of Other Days. go out In the back yard nben he Splendid gates remain In many ot nants to smoke a cigarette. Cincinthe lesser cities of the old world. Just nati Enquirer. as far north In Geruany as there are remains of aqueducts built by the RoStreet Car Amenities. mans which are as One as the Aqula "I would get up and give you my Marcla at the papal capital, remains seat, miss," said the ruddy-faceman of the daya that are long faded, but In the crowded car, "but I don't feel the monuments of which can be seen my duty. I am old enough to above ground or dug out of the unIt to be be your father." "You hold your age derground like those of Troy, ot the and your seat remarkably well, .sir," alleged Babylon, of the more certain replied the young woman, grasping a Pompeii. strap as the car lurched. Boston Transcript Approaching a Reform, Chautauqua Program KyM Afternoon Music Afternoon Lecture Evening Music Evening Entertainment Thursday Singing Party. Lecture, "The Divine Rights of the 2:30 P. M. Mrs. Leonora M. Lake. Child" 3:00 P. M. Admission 23 cents. Children 15 cents 7:30 P. M. 8:00 June 24-28t- h. .. P.M. Saturday-Eveni- ng. Afternoon. Grand Concert, Admission 50 The Kellogg-Hain- Concert The Carroll Glee Club. Admission 23 cents. Children 15 cents Thursday Evening. Singing Party. cents. Children 25 cents ng. Sunday-Morni- of Asheville, Black Mountain, Henttersonville, Brevard,' Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesvills, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rc;k, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of thess cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excu-Jio- n tickets are on sale daily, good until October 3 1st, via WAY up in the mountains cT Western North Carolina are th2 beautiful and tra:V've resorts SOUTHERN RAJLWAY l of th South- allowed at all poir.U. Threa ape:ial Low Rate Excursion will be fun during tho summer. Ask for details. For full Information see Ticktt A gsnt. 3outhrn Rallway.or write II. Stop-ove- rs II. Todd, District Piilingtr Agent. LouUvlllt, Ktntucky. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES JsSfjsflssW ' hava mad his nam famous all over the UniUd States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Punter's IndUn Herbs-iS affMffsffsl Dskota Jack's Cowboy Unlmcnt Dakota Jack's Cruse Soap, Price Dr' Treatment, 10. bars AT 1 1 00 2U 25 D A KOT'A'J A'CK The NorUwut.TR Co bur ontoiNAro or ruiuura Indian herbs ,ux ON C. SAL C 4 J. L Storaws and R. E. HcRocerts. "Has Crimson Gulch adopted pro hibition?" "No," replied Broncho Bob. But It's on the way. So'a to bring It around gradual, the Judge has made a rule that any man who draws a sun the white note with th green. on another will have to quit drinking. It is the home now of the uncle of You'll tin surprised to see how nice and the bride Baker Jones Turner, and his orderly the old place Is gettln' to bo." charming family, which was augmented Washington Star. on this auspicious day kindred of various e degree, from the to the When Buying Rugs. small cousin, all extending to the wed When buying rugs remember that a ding guests "the openhanded spirit. frank and blithe of ancient hospitality". dark rtjg shows dust and lint, and a green faded. Usually the best rugs Acting joint hostess with Mrs. Turner have amall patterns, whereas cheap was the aunt of the bride, Mre, J. W. fabrics have big. bold designs. Tan Hunt, of LaGrange. shades wear well and some reds are The marriage took plac at high lasting. Blue rugs are suitable for noon the minister leading the bridal bedrooms and red, brown and mixed party down the curved stairway was colore for balls. followed by the groom on the arm of his best man. Charles Chase, of St. Portraits on Emeralds. Louis. Then came the maids. Misses Emeralds have often been made use Martha Turner and Anne Hunt, the ot for the cutting of portraits. They little ring bearer, Christine Cox, of St are among the hardest of stones, and Louis, niece of the groom, followed by ao atand the work better than their the bride on the arm of hei father. fellows. The Roman Emperor HadMiss Anderson made a lovely bride, rian had his llkenesa engraved upon she never looked prettier than when an emerald, aa well as many other great persons; and the portrait which all in bridal white she came down the perhaps many have seen advertised white covered steps on the arm of aa the only true portrait ot our Savher father, the folds of the shimmering ior Is said to be a faithful copy ot white tulle of her veil caught across one found engraved oc an emerald ot her brow with a band of orange bios, very ancient date. soms. Her gown was a beautiful combination of sheer French crgandie and handmade Mexican lace of the cobweb variety, It was In deep flounce about Sick 'headache, biliousness, piles and the full skirt in bolero effect on the bad. breath aro usually caused by inacbodice. She carried a ihswer bouquet tive bowels. Gel ft box of Rexall of lillies of the valley. Orderlies. They act gently and effecThe little ring bearer was dainty ia tively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. white point de apre, with pink and blue R. E. MoRoberU great-uncl- NOW HER FRIENDS KNOW Children's Hour, Classical and BibThe Carroll Glee Club. Concert lical Stories Miss Kathryn L. York. Lecture, "Things 1 Saw and Did As A Savage" Tahan. Sunday Afternoon Admission 35 cents. Children 15 cents Sacred Concert Jaroslav Cimera Friday Morning HARDLY Children's Hour, Indian Folk Tales and Folk Dances, Miss Kathrvn Lyle York HER Friday-Aftern- and his Band Adnission 35 cents. Children 15 cents, Sunday Evening Dr. Wm. A. Colledge. Admission5 cents. Children 15 cents Children's Hour, Scandinavian Folk Houston, Texas. In an Interesting Tales and Folk Friday-Even- ing. letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton Dances, Miss Kathryn Lyle York writes as follows : '1 think it is niy duty Music Uecital Mr Haydn P. Thomas. Mondav-fternooto tell you what your medicine, Cardui, and Miss Gertrude Sternberger. Entertainment, Magic, Taber, the woman's tonic, has done for me. Bohemian Orchestra Concert The Miracle Man. I was down sick with womanly trouble, Admission 25 cents. Children 15 centa Admission 50 cents Children 25 cents and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do Monday-Eveni- ng Saturday-Morning'. me any good. I lingered along (or three Bohemian Orchestra Hour, German Folk Tales Concert or four months, and lor three weeks, J Children's Lecture, "Our Country, Its Proand Folk Dances was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for blems and Progress" Miss Kathryn Lyle York. any one to walk across the floor. Hon. J, Adam Bedo My husband advised me to try Cardui, Saturday-Afternoon. Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents tbe woman's tonic I have taken two Admission to Children's Hour tree to all. The Kellogg-Iiaint- s bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained Concert, 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Friends hardly know me, 1 am so well." If you suiter from any of the ailments m nMWXi aruiuirjr so common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. Begin taking y. Cardui It Is purely vegetable, its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural way on the weakened womanly constitu tion. You run no risk In trying Cardui. Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, It has been helping weak women back to :z'oV.:.vaODrZr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry health, and strength lor more than SO . ."p 4 J.llm. wacw. ImiUUIJiswi years. It will help you. At all dealers. lUtlMUllkaWWMudMimlMdicllMMllr. UllMttStMMMlk4fmMaf. ly. rrkt stall OrsajiiU. UarsaUss i; J, aH Crsau, Wf. Writ tot OuiUMioca Mwicln Co.. laaW I v.n.. mr otmcm, AavMury Lfept.. irutufwue. oua av But This Does Not Bother Under the Burton, Circumstances. Sacred Concert Jaroslav Cimera Miss Gertrude snd his Band Mrs. Musical Recital Sternberger and Mr Havdn Parry Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents Thomas. Lecture, "The Fortune Hunter" Monday-.Mornin- naucia CURES1 Itrtti, IWi. ui JslrclUa - -i - (Ml your Cl Wamm' mm la Utum mint. Uxjk, H.hm lAtf-- R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. Page 4 TheCentral Record publican d The Central Record, Thursday June 24, 191 PUR YE party but likewise li the CRUCHING LIMESTONE. EDW. P. MORROW mocratlc party. And it li now very HON. EMMET apparent that those democratic politiThe State pulverizing machine Is now Nommatfd For Cortrnor Br Republicans incorporated. cians who laid their plans for holding in use In this section being in charge of Editors Herald: (Mllfrl RjrTheWomanarintii $1.00 a year. Imced Weekly. At UxiDflon. control of the democratic organization Mr. Leslie of the Agriculture DepartSince our county man, Hon. R. W. Keenon, has withdrawn from the by a fight to induce the party to adopt ment, and being used for (a few days race for Commonwealth's A ttornoy, and new alignments must be formed in Edwin P. Morrow of Somerset, was J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. State-wid- e Prohibition and abandon the upon the farm of J. E. Robinson near The library will be open every Friday this race, we think It fair nnd riht to make some suggestions. Mr. Puryrir nominated the Republi R.L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. County Unity law will be as much dis- Lancaster. This machine will be in can state Governor by assembled at afternoon from four to live. If you was elected to fill an unexpired term. He seems to have been faithful and Convention appointed as those republicans who are this locality until about the first of July have books belonging to the library efficient. He Is a young man of unblemished character, well equipped to tlia fighting along the same line. This is a and those farmers who desire to have Lexington Tuesday. A County Unit please bring them in. Tickets to this charge the duties of the office, and his past service has shown him to be diligent Inttred at Ibt foil OfflM In Unratf r, severe blow to McChesney's candidacy some limestone rock crushed for fertiliz- and Womans' Suffrage plank was library can b had for $1.00. Apply to and energetic. During the days of th campaign Just past no whisper has I Steond CUM Mall Matter. I for Governor, who had but one plank In ing purposes could get this machine for adopted in tho platform, but state Mrs. KaufTman or any member of the been breathed affecting his democracy, his competency, or the efficiency of his Member Kentucky Press Association his proposed platform and this is State- - a few days. The pulverizer Is furnish- wide prohibition was badly defeated, Womans Club for ticket. wcrk. The voters of Mercer county, without reflecting In the slightest degree wide l'rohlbltlon. Thousands of en- ed free by the State and those using it An amendment for state wide offered upon Mr. Puryear's opponent, are abl- - to give consideration to the Eighth District Publishers League. thusiastic temperance advocates, who are required to furnish the power and by Judge O'Rear was lost by a voto of The Womans Club is Indebted to Miss Democratic principle that a public servant who has been true and faithful is 2,101 to 1GC, o the Judge's trip around are democrat, know that with the the labor to operate It. Miriam Gains for her delightful little entitled to an endorsement at the hands of thne whom he has served well. the state with Mr Beckham seems to atory Ky., Jane 24, 1915. united republican party behind Edward Lancaster, She Personal nlfection and county pride may have stood in your way before, but "Grandfathers Love Pie". have had very little effect on his party, ands P. Morrow running upon a County that she is sending the story "with that Is removed and every Democrat In the county now has an opportunity to SPOKE IN DANVILLE. Unit platform and with McCh esney the the hope that it may carry a message say whether he believes in, and desires to see, n principle of his Rates For Political Announcements democratic nominee upon a State-wid- e Hon. II. V. McChesney, candidate REPAIRS ON COURT of hope, cheer and pleasure wherever party upheld. Those who do can exemplify their faith In a very practical way. For Precinct and Citv OflUea ,..$ 6.00 platform would result in the over. for Governor on the Democratic proit findsareai'er." Wehope the readers We are not endeavoring to dictate to any one, but offer these suggestions to 10.00 whelming defeat of McChesney and hibition ticket, spoke to a good sized or County Offices HOUSE BEGUN will be many for then her wish will be those who believe in reaton aid try to apply its conclusions to all their alfalra, and District Offices.... 15.00 such a disruption of the democratic audience In the court house yesterday For State fulfilled. Miss Gains is not only con- Wo hoiie the voters of Mercer county will give Mr. Puryear a large majority 10 j party that It would take years to heal. afternoon. For Calls, per line He made a good speech. And Work Of Raring Cupola Underway, sidered a splendid story writer but is in compliment of his past faithfulness, and in doing this they will make no 10 McChesney's defeat at the polls for Mr. McChesney is For Cards, per line backed by the one of the best newspaper women In mistake and have nothing tn regret. Harrod'hurg Herald. (Adv.) the nomination will be about in the The Raymond Construction, of Paris the state. She is also charming perFor all publications in the inter- machine which has been adState-wid- e same proportion that the est of individuals or expres- vocating temperance for ten years but who havo the contract for remodeling sonally. It la no wonder the Post sucadvocates were at the Republican con at the same time apparently pushing the court house, began work last Mon- ceeds with such slon of individual views, per writers as Miss 10 vention at Lexington. line through the various legislatures laws day morning and hope to have building Margaret Steele Anderson and Hits OS completed in three or four months. Miriam Gaines on Obituaries, per line favorable to the liquor interests, as ita staff, mere Is not a horse society nor fully indicated by the alleged temper- Every office in the building has been The children of the present 2 summer show of note in England but ance law passed by the last legislature, vacated and arc located at different day will grow up tj recognize The placing of a plank'favoring the I?, will feel the death of Alfred G. Van- - which has thrown the liquor question places near the court house: The submission of a constitutional amend i Crane's Papers a the social POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS derbilt, In a quiet way he gave twenty wide open. like it was a number of sheriiTcan b found at th tMilirtt rnurt ment as to woman suffrage in the State standard of those who demand T hundred-pounnote years ago. Mrs. Beauchamp, head of rooms, the county clerk and Judge are platform of the Republican party Ta Pnfrol l?inril la nllthnrfefMl tn pounds here and a the best, a did their mothers, 7 announce the following candidates fori there, a cup Or a gold vase to the the W. C. T. U. in Kentucky, comes temporarily located at the work house marked to partial success of n special grandmothers, and great office, subject to the Democratic Koyal, the International or the Ulrh- - out in a statement published In the buildine. while our circuit court clurk committe of the Womans Federation. framlmnf hr linfnht llim inond shaws. and in an unostentatious Lexington Leader to the effect that is very snugly ensconced in one of the primary, August ith, 1915. This committee, headed by Mrs. Hur-- i Those who produce Crane's ! manner drove his own horses and teams she has no faith in the temperance rooms ox me Hex theater building. The ray Hubbard, of Covington, Mrs. Morris FOR GOVERNOR. papers inherited their in the leading events in a way that questions "while in the hands of the interior of the building will be remodelBartlett and other prominent club'f", Hon. A. O. Stanley. ability from their forebears, made the stolid Insular Britisher take aicibesney-Hale- y combination. Dan ed throughout and n iieur cunala will lm women, will have successfuly comptet-- 1 the artisans of days now pint. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. erected in place of the old one which is ed the task assigned by the millionaire American to his heart ville Advocate. the State conAs rug weaving is a heritage being razed bs the Elmoro brothers, C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. as a good sportsman. of clubs when'Vll political par- jf vention of the Persians, diamond cutChas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. this hazardous work having been let to ties in Kentucky have been Below follows a clipping from the earnestly ting a heritage of the Belgians, SCHOOL CHILDREN CONTEST. these energetic boys. New York Herald. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S requested to adopt in their platforms ai so is paper making a heritage AK 1 I I II The contract price for the entire re- plank pledging members of the nextl?' ATTORNEY. , ALFRED VANDERBILT. The town clock has been removed AT of the workmen employed nt modeling is $15,575, and is to be com (May 7, 1915.) E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. General Assembly to vote for the sub from the court house for repairs. the Crane Milts in Western J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. Never again to drive thru Sussex lanes It has been on duty forty seven yearr, pleted in four months. In the mean mission of an amendment to the Con On a May morning, never more to We will give a pound of fine candy to time circuit court will be held in the stitutlon granting full suffrage Massachusetts. for FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. Rex theater building. feel women." the first school child in Garrard county. Complete stock in all the W. B. Mason. Your strenght as the fresh team pulls who delivers to this office correct ans W. A. Doty. various sizes and tints con.There is one important thingof which on the reins, FRANK'S SENTENCE wers to the following questions. FOR SHERIFF. THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER tinually on exhibition. this city stands in dire need. We need , And know yourself their master, How many strokes were made during G. T. Ballard, Jr. Commuted By Cortrnor Slaion To Life an organization for the purpose of fos 5t Did you steel the 4 years? 2i FOR REPRESENTATIVE. tcring a civic pride and advancing Your heart against the loss of all those How many seconds elapsed during Imprisonment. H. Clnv Kauffman. local interests. thing that period? inai you nan loveu in happy years How far did the hour hand travel L,eo ji. r rank's death sentence was We humans are like a lloek of sheep I am a candidate for County Court we follow our leaders. bygone, during that'time, supposing the face of commuted to life imprisonment Monday Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the That's the reason we need an organ! uearairanu sunlight ana recurring the clock to be fifteen feet in circum- by Gov. Slaton. present Clerk. springs? ference? Announcement ot the governor a zation with a backbone of steel, some I have accepted The Chief deputies No, you thought of the helpless ones How far did the minute hand travel decision came several hours after Frank one to take the lead and keep the lead appointment in the office in order to alone. those 47 years? had been secretly taken from the jail and puth the lead away up to the front acquaint mvself with the duties of The little children drowning in the sea. All solutions must be delivered to in Atlanta and hurried to the State rank of progressiveness. Clerk and having fitted myself to take We could make this town so clean It "Sell all thou hast and give it to the this office by two o'clock P. M., Tues prison farm at Milledgeville. the examination required by law, I poor." (rank was sentenced to be hanged would be a household word throughout day. July 6th. They will be numbered sincerely ask and solicit your support. The rich man in far oiT Galilee consecutively and recorded when re- there Tuesday for the murder of Mary this whole section of country If we E. M. Walker. wanted to. Went away sorrowful, but God asked ceived. No contestant will be permit Phagan in April, 1913. more nut we never want to unless some ted to have any assistance. 'All that I ask is that the people of Railroad lommissioner. Of you than gold and lands, and you Prof. M. L. Caneer and Judge M. D. Georgia read my statement ot the rea one takes the lead, and pulls off his oh, brave! Hughes will decide who wins the box sons why I commuted Leo M. Frank's coat, anil gets down to cleaning up his We are authorized to announce Ungrudgingly, when life was sweet, of candy. JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, death sentence to life imprisonment own premises, and injects the clean-uyou gave. spirit in others. Nelson County, as a canditate for the before they pass judgment. But who's going to take the lead? Moray Dalton. Democratic nomination "Feeling as I do about his case, for Railroad ROBERT LANSING Westminster Gazette London. Commissioner from the Second Diswould be a murderer if I allowed this Are you? There need be no expense to keep' man to hang. It means that I must trict; the primary election to be held Saturday August 7th., 1915. BRYAN'S SUCCESSOR. live in obscurity the rest of my days Ing a clean town just a matter of Then; is great enthusiasm existing but I would rather be plowing in the every fellow keeping his own place now among the farmers in this locality William F. Klair, Fayette County, in the successful Robert Lansing, of New York, has fields than to feel for the rest of my just a little cleaner than the others, cultivation of the Candidate for Reelection as Railroad alfalfa crop. The first experiment with been selected by President Wilson, as life that I had that man a blood on my and all hands pushing the authorities along in the matter of polishing up the Commissioner, Second District of Ky. the crop was made six or seven years secretary of state to succeed W. J. hands . Subject to the action of the Democratic ago, which proved Bryan. Mr. Lansing's appointment Gov. blaton was completing a long public places. unsuccessful and dis- will be officially announced later, when statement giving his reasons By all means let's have a civic pride party in the August Primary. couraging. But the planting three or for his four years since has proven that our the President leaves for New Hamshire action and this, he said, would be made organization with every member con and the entire situation will be left in public later. stituting himself a leader and trying to We are authorized to announce Miss farmers have mastered the art and we outdo everybody else in cemmunity Mr. Jennie Higgins a candidate for County have a number of fields from which the the hands of the new premier. Lansing has been acting secretary and cleanliness and beauty. School Superintendent of Garrard owners are cutting three and four crops CANDIDATES THICK was councelor for the department Make the start, gentlemen, someCounty, subject to the action of the of hay each year of the Vf ry finest feed I lJ I I An nvcragc cost of two cents n mile provides Mr. Hryan. body make the start-ThDemocratic primary August 1917. that can be had for the g,"pwth aid I for operating and inniiitninintf n Ford enr II IN LANCASTER. paper will get behind and shove. health of stock. Some nf thoma crona And "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" us- Under extstini?- Conditions P VPMtllinf. 00 m air In, a mi.L II v a ion H. V. McChesney Makes Speech At Opera "s "uutu WORTHY COLORED I III I I s going out of this country and virtual- - half per acre from each cutting. and I sures the continuous use of your enr. In Not GREATEST WHEAT CROP." ly nothing coming in. 1 We are ship- - only is the crop one of the I House. I every contingency there's n Font dealer near moat pro- MAN DEAD. The greatest wheat crop the country ping entrmous quantities of war mate- - fit.Ale that can be grown by, with n complete stock of parts. but it U a II rials and supplies; bills are being drawn' fin.. The grst of last week Hon. II. II has ever known is in prospect for ..n uiu Alex Harris a worthy colored citizen against these shipments by our manu-- ! Those I Collier of Richmond II candidate for coming harvest. In its forecast, based Barring the unforeseen, cacti buyer of a new who have been most Saturday night of successful died at his home last facturers in such quantity that . II , Auditor was shaking hands with his in the condition of winter and spring Ford car at retail between August 1911 and August . nrMS In producing; aliaii have 80Wed tne Bright's disease after an illness of democratic friends in Lancaster and wheat on. June 1, the Federal crop ntNewYnrl--' 1915 will receive from $10. to fCO. as a share of the land $ tVS peas about May 1st and cut several months. uare tie n tlelui& I I HI reporting bonrd placed the prospective Ford Motor Company's profits. He was a dev'utit inember of th found a number of warm supporters'. lehHugh bills draWti by , the peas for hay about August 1st and 'There afi not Wheat Crop at 950.000,000 bushels, Baptist church and was buried Sunday Mr. Collier is a very popular democrat Runabout $tt0j Touring Car $190; Town Car fC90; Europe against New York to offset after preparing a thorough seed bed and and feels very much encouraged in his which would exceed last year's record Coupelet $750; Sedan $975. f. o. b. Detroit with all II I the bills which are being drawn by our the land treated from two to eight tons afternoon in the colored cemetery. crop by 59,000,000. With continued equipment. On display and sale at "Uncle Alex" as lie Was familiarly prospects to get the nomination. lllll manufacturers, and England is not of crushed limestone per acre and about good growing conditions the crop might Hon. Tom Rht, also candidate for sending gold here in sufficient quantity a peck of of seed which has been In' known, will be missed by both white Sllte Auditor was Friday looking reach a billion bushels. II to balance the account, hence the glut oculated with the alfalfa bacteria, and black. That he was the janitor of 'After his interest. THE MADISON GARAGE, IKrOKVOKlTEn sterling bills among the Wall Street should bs sown. Few farmers who the National Bank for 26" consecutive of mi Hill Hon. II. V. McCheiney candidate for A BLISSFUL BIRTHto have followed this nlan have failed. year attests his honesty and faithful Governor spoke to one hundred and banks and the decline to their value Kentucky. Richmond. j ness. We are told that in all of these thirty-si4.70, the lowest record of forty years, This is a crop that is well worth any people at Roman's Opera DAY PARTY Par for sterling is 4.861. Ordinarily j farmers time and attention and we hope years he never'missed a day from his House last Saturday afternoon, coma fluctuation of two points, say to in a few years to see it as generally post of duty or was he ever tardy. twenty-seveMiss Diana the seven year old daughposed of ladies and about Truly may it be said of him, "well 4. S4, would inaugurate a gold now planted by our farmers as the red twenty republicans mid the remainder ter of Mr. Rice Woodi, cashier of the done, good and faithful servant, enter This clover crop is now. from England to New York. of the audience Garrard County democ-rate- People's Bank, Paint Lick, Ky., treat into the joys of thy Lord". week's low level showed a decline of Mr. McChesney Is making the ed her juvenile friends to a birthday pointa in exchange, and yet only a ten "William Jennings Bryan, The Ideal race for Governor upon a platform ad- party last Wednesday evening. lew rrom Canada. citizen," is the title of a well written, CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS vocating State-wid- e At the palatial residence of her grandProhibition and With hurope's purchases running at fat minded article in the Elizabeth- pledges himself to do what he can if father, Mr. E. L. Woods there were the present unprecedented rate and town New. i.v uarrv Summers. Su Until Fourth Monday la August. elected Governor to put Kentucky in the three long tables placed out on the with foreign exchange at its present mlnK up the career and public life of State-wid- e beautiful lawn and were filled with all column. Mr. McChesney's June term of the Garrard circuit The low level, one oi inree mings must, uryan he closes by saying: kind of sweet meats and delicacies. convened on last Monday morning friends who heard him were pleased happen; t irst tnglanu must send us ..j j0 not writo thls in justification of court Miss Diana, this unusual intelligent with his spevch and they will do what gold, ior sne is iinancmg tne auies; Mr, iryan'a resignation but rather in with Judge Charles A. Hardin presiding they can for him in Garrard conty. child said, that she Invited fifty of her For High Grade gold is not sent nere tng- - extenuation. He appears to be in the and Commonwealth s attorney Emmett second. II friends and they all accepted their in Every land must establish credits through a wronK now but time may demonstrate Puryear at his post of duty. SPRINGS" vitations and not one failed to attend. CRAB ORCHARD formal loan or through private bank- -' that he wan right. He that as it may: venireman summoned had a tale of woe Madamea Rice Woods, E. L, Woods, the Judge, most of them insisting ing operations, tniru, if gold is not W. J. Bryan, us a Christian, without for II. E, Patrick, James Woods and Louis Opening Ball Last Friday Night. that their crops werH sulftring for shipped or if credits are not arranged Guinn took particular caution to see 0r hypocricy, has done more for work and with his usual consideration England. France and Russia must Bell the caU5e 0f Christ In the world than Fine Finishing Varnishes. Beautiful Beaver Owing to the inclement weather, that these youngsters appetites were for the best interest of the farmers and many were prevented from attending appeased. back to us some of tha $4,000,000,000 of Bny preacher. Bqard. Classy in and out Floor Paints. our industrial and railway bonds and ne j3 a moralist, who has done more to their delight and gratification, dis the opening ball at Crab Orchard Miss Mattie Woods made herself very stocks which for generations have been to raise the standard of life both bv missed tbem until the fourth Monday Spriiign last Friday night. But what useful as well as ornamental by playAugust, at which time they are ex- was lacking in quantity was amply sup- ing I accumulated by foreign countries. and teaching thm innocent games, precept and cxsmple than any other in pected to return and serve as jurymen plied with quality and the fifty or more which seemed to please them very much anrewu banners in tnis country nave living man. ' The following delightful guests now sojourning there for the August term. believed from the very outbreak of the fiom the way they encohred her with h8 j9 an orator who will rank in the war that Booner or later Europe will dm, wth the greatest of the English jury was empanelled: were treated to the most delightful their cheerful talk and laughter. Grand Juky. balance its accouiits with us by heavy apeaklng nations, supper that was ever given at this Miss Sallie Woods, who always does OIIOANIZHD 1SS3. ale of our securities. Asa matter of place. The the right thing, at the right time, was He Is a total abstainer who has done William Simpson Sr, Hayden Leavell famous old watering T. L. Yanlis, fact, that selling began months before more against the evils of intemperance John Williams, Springs never looked prettier than they the artist for this joyful occasion. Mo ., . .. 4 1. t. . Ik f James Green, do at this time and the vast amount of doubt but what she will make line picno. u - nu.u . i than an tne laws Bgainst liquor ever J. Wado Walker, Jno M. Duncan. Improvements that have been done tures as she had K'Kd subjects to draw Joe Crlscillis. last, and has been going on steadily. It enacted. OK LANCASTER KY. Tom Hicks, is evident, however, from this week's , tatesman who has broken Alex Lay ton, recently, makes this place a veritable from. She placed these American S. II. Aldridge, demoralized condltien of the foreign the grasp of predatory wealth upon the W. H. Pope. Always looking to Beauties all in a bunch and took their Garden of Eden. exchange market that the foreign throats of the common people, PETIT JUIIY. the interest and happiness of Its many pictures. These little boys and girls B. P. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKKIt, Vice Prest. liquidation of our securities has not In every particular and In all ways Frank Folger, J. F. Robinson, patrons, Pa and Ma have recently em- who were all clad in white, wore bright been a drop In the bucket in balancing he is the Ideal Citlzenof the Republic." Charles Pope, ployed Miss Mildred Rees, of Atlanta, faces and glad hearts, which aignilied W. 0. P.lONEY, Ass't Cash'r. JOB J. Walxek, Jr., Eugene Berkele, . accounts. Emery McWhorter, William Watkins, who will assist in entertaining and will their purity, beauty and Innocence, and W. P. CHAMP, Cashier. Herbert Brooks, also teach all the modern dances at a it was a grand "living picture" to S. D. Cochran, behold. Is the very backbone of every James Durham. very nominal cost. The music this The ad ption by the republican con-- 1 Eb Cook, successful business. We regard your co- Miss Diana, the little queen of the G. W. .Noe, year could not be improved upon, with vention this week of the County Unit Taylor House, oneratlon as a necessary factor in our atirreaa. F. 0. Marksbury, Misi Andrews as pianist and Prof. feast, received several gifts or token law and the rejection of the State-- 1 trill relieve your Indigestion, Many J, W. Sweeney, We hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good service. L. K. Perkins, Freeman as violinist. Miss Andrews of friendship from her little angelic wide Prohibition Idea of dealing with' N. J, Gosney, reopie in this town have used tbem If you find our service lacking fn any respect, you will confer a favor will be pleasantly remembered by thore friends, which seemed to please her by so Smiley Walker, the liquor interest A. B. Brown, and we have vet to bear of a case where upon us by telling Up. It Is our business and our pleasure to immajority indicates, we think, the pre-- j they have failed. We know the for--' Jess Sanders, II. C. Sutton, who were fortunate enough to hear her very much and she was very thankful prove our system wherever we find a' weak spot. is a vocalist of rare for them as ber "'actions spoke almost Denny Scott, last year. She vailing sentiment existing in Kentucky inula. Bold only by ui 25otox.' JI, R. Montgomery, as loud as her words." R. E. MeRobsrt John Broadus, ability. Upon this question, not only in the re- - j A. F. Sanders, pThe Womans Club e d I d ha'? ! L t y -' -' r ft 'i o(inenaCazm w , OTViT3TiT7lO TM3TTP PnPATTP p III un-d- JDB, II is I u - hr x n s. , I , STORMES DRUG STORE House Paints and Oils. Leads. pie A 1 We Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. r. 1 0 4 The Central Record, Thursday June 24 19 5. 1 Page 5 1 Tested 365 Days 1 A Year, s I ! HI I I I Is our ability to give you real value, 00 cents worth for every, $ .00, and our efficent store service, neither of 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 8 B The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEIN. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were in DanMr. Chester Smith of Danville was Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phinney of' ville Monday. JUST AS EASY. an interested visitor here Sunday. Lexi gton will be the guests of Mr. W. S. Ferguson of Covington came and Mrs. W. II. Hall, next week. The Lancaster ball team drove over Misses He t tie and Polly Reynolds ami Tuesday for a stay in Lancaster. Eliza Todd were in Danville Tuesday. Misses Katherine and Jnne Letcher. to Stanford last Friday and crossed nine inning. Little Miss Jean Dudley of Richmond Grace Otter, Uena Collins aniIMargarct bata wlth those y 1" Miss Amanda Anderson is in Shelby Fox. five of "Danville's dearests" Kame that resulted in a final score of is visiting Miss Elizabeth Dunlap. City, the guest of Mrs. John Lynn. The were in our city yesterday and made i9to2 in favor of Lancaster. A Rrlcl Mention of (he Comings and Mr. Joe Uurnside is in Ilarbourville this Hon. 0. C. Hagsby and Hon. Wil' score is as follows; otlice a pleasant call. Ooinjj bylhoK Wt Arc Intmitld In. Roberts, of Danville, were here nnlegal visiting his brother, Dr Wm Uurnside. LANCASTER AU It II AE Miss Elizabeth Edmonds, Mr. and Hisel, 3b business Tuesday afternoon. 4 21 Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford Mrs. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, all jj Uuerson, 2b 51 0 2 20 making a visiting her sister Mrs. Charlotte War- of whom are sojourning at Crab Or- Herron, lb Mrs. Annie Withers, is t1 0 Mr Thatl N. Aldridge of Stanford 10 0 0' recuperative visit with Mrs. Emma ren. chard Spring.', were pleasant visitors Smith, c, wen n plens.-in- t 1 8 visitor here Saturduy. 0 Daniels, on Crab Orchard pike. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Romans were in our city last Monday evening. Ware, 83 5 21Z Mis Stella Comely- - was in Danville visitors in the city of Lexington Tues. Miss Mattie Estes has returned home 50 0 0 00 Mr. James Y. Currey, of Louisvi'le, Lawson, If tha first of the week visiting relatives. 1 from Richmond after several days visit day. 51 2 0 0 is visiting his sister, Mrs .Maggie Miller, cf Miss Julia Jenkins of Flemingsburg to her brother Mr. Alvin Estes and 1 .. 5 2 2 00 Miss 1.1 Hie Noel of Danville has been Robinson, on Lexington pike. Mr. Joseph, w here for a visit to Miss Kathleen wife. 0 7( 61 1 the guest of Miss Annie Austin this Currey's friends will he glad to know Schoolerj, p Walter. that he is very much inprovql In Mrs. Grace Caldwell left Tuesday week. Totol 45 9 9 27 13 3 Mia Tonimie Francis Is it Madison for Tucumcari, New Mexico, which Miss Delia Rice Hughes is the guest health. STANFORD AU It II P0 A E for a visit to hei .sister, Mrs. George place they will make their future of her aunt Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stan: Rev. E."W. Elliott, Secretary and Hill, 1 30 10 lb 00 Uallew. home. Treasurer of the Kentucky Christian Walton, cf ford. 40 0 20 0 Missionary Convention will preach at Miss Margaret Engleman of It r Jlrs. Oarrie Orow and Jittl- - ion Will cut nil the hay on any ground over which n mower can be oncrnt-c- d. Mrs. Alexander Kennedy of Danville J. Embry, 2b. ...4 0 0 0 1 1 Hustell of Falmouth are visiting Mrs. N. D., has been the attractive is with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Pleasant Grove church Sunday morning Perkins, c 40 0 7 00 It's on improvement over nil other mowers, uml wenrehere to and evening June 27. All most cordially S. guest ot Miss Mattie Adams on Rich Farnau. J. A. Anion. Embry, 3b & If 4 0 prove It. Wc swear hy it, nnd just wnnt you who nre thinking of getinvited to hear him. mond Street. Singleton, ss .. ..4 1 1 3 34 Mr. Alex Layton of SlcCreary was ting n mower this ncnson. to come in nnd let us show it to you. Wc Mrs. It. J. Ray at .Nicholasville is Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ulainey of St. Overstreet, rf .. 4 1 1 I 01 Misses La Verne JJickerson and with his daughter Mrs. D. C. here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Sanders Louis are receiving congratulations Riffe, 3b g!nd tn give you their numes have scores of Militllcd users, nnd shall be 1 30 0 S. II. Iloume. Johnetta Farra spent the past week in for a visit. spcakifor themselves. and let since the arrival of a lother little son Jones, If. 0 0 Mrs. Sarah XI a ret of Camp Nelson the country at the home of Mrs. Joe Miss Lizzie Ilettis was at home from Lindsey Ulainey, in their attractive X.ephew, p 30 0 020 Yours, for n big harvest. came Sunday for a visit to Mr. and IJurnside. the Normal School at Richmond for a home. The mother of the new guest Mrs. Jack Adams. Mrs. Mary Markcbury has returned short visit. 34 2 5 Total 27 10 & was the popular and handsome Miss to the home of Mra. II. Clay Sutton Mr. Teddy Skinner of near liarrojj Hit by pitcher Herron (by Lephew Mrs Ella Ileitis is at home from a Eva Grant of Danville and a niece of Two-bas- e burp, was the guest of Miss Annetta after a weeks visit to her daughter, visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Arnold the Messrs Price and a double cousin of Hits Riffe, Hisel. Mrs. Lewis Landram of Danville. Jennings, Sunday. Stolen Uases-RH- Te the Misses Grant of this city. 3. of Frankfort. Miss Lillian Andrea of Chicago, will Uase on Balls-- Oil Schooler 1. The Deal House. Mlntes Bessie and Kmmu Sanders of Lancaster relatives have received BnJ Miss Flossie May Sutton of liryanto w Struck Out By Schooler 9; by Madison were recent guests of Misses leave Saturday, after a pleasant visit nouncement cards telling of the arrival with her aunt, Mrs. G. M. .Patterson, ville spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs of an interesting 7. Bossie and Kunice Pralher. little son, Henry Lloyd who will accompany har home for t J. E. Dickerson. Jr., at the home of Professor and Mrs. Miss Martha ItatlUT, of Shnrpsburg, visit. U EED .Mrs. Lmma Higginbotham has been Lloyd in Lexington. The mother will is an attractive visitor of Miss Mattie Mrs. A. D. Kirk, Sr., and daughter in Danville visiting her niece Mrs. Joe be remembered here as the handsome Adams on Danville Avenue. YOU'LL FIND II IN THIS COLUMN. Miss Anna Hell Kirk, of Winchester, Elder and family. Miss Fannie Frazee of Maysville, who- Miss Dorothy Iloland of Lexington is Ohio, are the pleasant guests .of Mr. Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. Walters and son frequently visited her aunt, the late here tor a visit to her cousins, Misses and Mrs. A. D. Kirk Jr. on Danville Henry Clay Jennings. AND of Stanford spent Sunday with Misses Mrs. Kluabeth and Isabel Terrill. Avenue. Pot Mowers of all kinds for sale at. Mamie and Ethel Walters. The following were over from StanMiss (Catherine liarris.of Stanford, Miss Mattie Estes. Mr, C. I. OgK ami family have reMiss Gertrude Gaines of Stanford ford Wednesday evening for the dance, is tne guest of her grund parents. turned to lierea after a sojourn in our Mr. Strother Carter and Miss Josephine will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Judge and Mrs. E. V. Harris. city for the past six' months. Mr.Ogg C. for Sale. UradiV Mr. Carl Carter and Miss Lucy Gaines during Chautauqua. Mkssrs Cosby and Van Logan of New is a splendid photographer and we reLee Walton, Mr. James Cooper and Cherry Store Fixtures & Counters-- . ARE THE CHIEF ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. Mrs. Wm. Uurnside of Uarbeurville Miss Lyle Cooper, Messrs Jesse Hocker, York will arrive shortly for a visit to gret very much tu give him up. Mrs. GKcher. Danville' Ky is the guest of her sisters Mrs. M. K. Clairborne Walton, Stewart Carson, .Ui Lancaster relatives and friends. Miss Annetta Jennings left today DON'T MISS EITHER. Kirby and the Misses Kinnaird. For Sale. Joe Hill, Wm. Carson, Prescott Hrown, .Mrs. J, W. Ilourne and son were in for her home in Tucumcari, New Mex 1 ) XSSI' T Mrs. Arthur Joseph, is in Ashville N. Harvev Wilkinson. Uryan Perkins, and Orte sanitary feeding coop. Call and Danville Saturday the Kuest of Mrs. ico, after a two mouths visit, pleasant ly spent with relatives and friends in C. for u visit of "i months with. her Hubert Carpenter, Samuel Embry and inspect at the home of, J. D. Pravther. Bourne's mother, who is very ill- Lettie Walker of McKinney. mother Mrs. Rebecca Strelitz. Dr. Samuel Rose and wife have re- Lancaster and Garrard county. Fok Sale:- - Handsome Decker Bros. Rev. F. M. Tinder anil Mrs. Tinder Philadelphia after a Misses Virginia Gibb turned to their in and Patsy Piano, in good condition. Will sell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spiegel and entertained the officers of the Christian ' Rosseau of Richmond were week-en- d protracted visit to Garrard relatives. at a bargain. Mr. Louis Siefertof Shelhyville Ind. church, last Thursday evening at a guests of Miss Uernice Champ. 2t Mrs. W. D. Walker. Misses Mattie K. Adams and Janey and Dr. Maurice Door.es of Crab .Ordelightful six o'clock dinner. The fol A Terrill leave Saturday for a stay with chard motored to Lancaster .and were a. unoert and uttle on.. lowing were present; B. F. Hudson, W .lira. New blacksmith. Mr. nnd .Mrs. 0. U. Terrill. in Fleming recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. James Ilurnett, are with her mother. 0. Rigney, J. A. Ueazley, M. L. Ky. Mrs. Mollie Uroaddus at Buckeye. Gaines. Am prepared to do all kind of repair Henry Moore, R. T. Embry. L. for the money you ov e ant' Miss Uettie West and Airs. Ethel G. Davidson, Edgar Price, Thomas work. Horse toeing 70 cents. Miss Marjurie llaUau returned on Complimenting Miss .Elizabeth Gibbs note how much more resHerbert Perkins, Lexington, St. Sunday to her home iotanford after a jnd Miss Annie Hello Uurnside, of Ken Darnold are in Louisville this week, Anderson, V. A. Lear, W. It. Uastin, Old Greenleaf stand. W. S. Embry. R. L. Elkin. W--. S. Car- - C24-pectfully your creditors revisit to ilrs. J. L. Francis and Miss tucky, who are the attractive guests of where they will remain several days. rier, J. K. Haselden, J. W. Elmore, R. Mary Arnold. Mrs. J, V. Arnold. Mrs. G. Ilurdette Miss Geneva Haut-hmu- n gard you. They like to du House and Store Room For Sale; of Richmond E McRoberts. Theo Currey, J. H. Da!- Mr. aud ilrs. Maurice .Ashley, and Harris entertained at an informal is here for a visit to Mr. Thomas 1 desire to sell my business with u man who ton, J.J. Walker. G. D. Robinson. live room house Arnold and daughters on the Lexington charming title daughter, J.ucille, have luQCheon at the Tututller .today. and stor loom on Compbell Street. has an account nt the road. been the wtek end guests at Mr. and IU:ningham New. Price nnd terms reasonable. Mrs. Sanford. Misses Elizabeth Gibbs nnd Annie 1c the list of tbe Gi graduate of the t. KJ. srl Garrard, Bank & Trust Co. MARRIAGE OF INTEREST. J. I.. Davis. Misses Hojn Gardner, of .Louisville Louisville Male High School wa the Ijielle Uurnside have retuniud from a 1- -2 A marriage of unusual interest In 5 '1-- 2 per per cf. 'Tl .and Mary May Walker of JVInt Lick name of a former Lancaster boy, James delightful visit to relative in Uirming-haCentral Kentucky was solemnized Wedopen such an account even if your nlfairit uro not large. Thev Young Mr. Hemphill will be with Mia Margaret Cook for C. Uwiphill. Ala. Years 5 nesday afternoon wnen Charles Ham-bric- k will grow nil right. was an of the honor atudrmts in the lite Chautauijua. Mr. and Mr. Carlton Elkin have Loans made on real estate. Sandifer took as his bride Miss If you large class there receiviug excellent rented the Uaptist parnorutge .and will need cheaper money on long time, see ...v iiu(,ihi. .. . "r..-... i Iter sister, to her home in Itkiunond mark in a number of hia studies. ,nemi in tnelr h.lace at the Claypool Hotel, Indiana-new.ab,)d- e. me about it. from whence she will visit other relaG, II. Swinebrosd, Mita Janie Washburn of Fitzgerald, j 0is wheru th(J brjdB RnJ her molher . . Go., who ias been the guest of lur tives in Madison. Lancaster, Ky- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mershou iuvo re- - l,avu u"n making their home, Miss Ida I'otts left Sunday fur the sister Aira. X. J. Trice left for the tuuied to their home in Corbin after a' The brido for several years has been I tombstones, made-o- f city of Chicago, after a protracUve Normal ScJbool ut Richmond. She was visit of several weeks with Mrs. John I attending Millersburg College, and met accompanied to Madison's capital by Walters and daughters, Mr. bandifer while visiting her uncle atay with her lister, --Mrs. Davla Pr-thfamous Georgia, Mis Sarah Washburn of Louirili who here. She is a girl culand family. MJsii Mattie .Estes, marble at wholesale accompanlui by ture, and will be of beauty and will also course at the Normal. an acquisition to Mr. uiid Mrs. ilvin Estes of Richmond, Mrs. A, II. Huslin and daughter. Georgetown's social set. The bride-groo- delivered on Mr. Hob Gainea. of Danville was in motored to Lexington lust Thurnlay Miss Mammie leave this week for u Is the elder son of Mrs. Charles Luther W. Smith Although he on a shopping expedition. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton llastln. our city last Monday. Miller Sandifer, a young man of excelOF THE years old, he claims to be eighty-liv- e in Detroit. Michigan. Ky. Mr. aod Mr. C. A. Sneith and lent traits of character. looks many year younger. It was his daughter. Miss Clara Uell Speith, of Returning from Indianapolis, they Mr. Geo. T, Mason of Chicago will rirot visit here in many years and he Louisville, are here visiting Mr. and will make their home on Mrs Sandifer's arrive July 1st for a visit to bis mother a hearty welcome from his Mrs. W. A. Speith at the Kengarlan. farm on the Cincinnati pike. Indianap 'Mrs. Elizabeth Mason and brother, W. received old friends, who wish him many more olis News. It. Mason and family, year of health and happiness. Mr. Ray Orrell and interesting little LUNCHEON Miss Elma is the youngest drughter Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. Tudor of Newby 1,0 returned to their home in of the late Hunn Singleton Col-- l and Mrs Dr. , LWr joined their neice Airs. L. J. Sanford Flu f, B. Singleton. She If, of Lancaster for a ten days stay at lege, was in our city for a few hour ,,.n.h. u,ltl, i,- -, m.h., ' u ' w a Annie younger when was popular and It you in the set she lived here Tuesday morning. He was accompani- - jirjce Crab Orchard Springs. and many good wishes from Lancaster ed by Messrs Robert and Joe Dunn and to have GOOD Coal as it1 Messrs Frank Allen and George Tay- Hugh King. Mr. Robert Dunn will re- -; as Wm. Bright of Uellue came to Lan-mai- n go with her. COOLING DRINKS lor of Sharpsburg, and Orner llotts of ovsr for a few days and hopes to caster tc accompany his father, Mr. preto cook with Is to have good Oweniville were recent guests of Miss enlist some of our boys for the Fresh-- 1 Thomas Bright back to his home after Mattie Adams and guest, a fnll ton of a meal. We man class at Center College next year. ' a recuperative stay with his sisterMIls may be Had ut the Lena Uright. All persons having claims against Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of good coal at a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams were made Covington will motor to Lancaster this tha estate of S. Archer will present happy this week by the reunion of their It will interest readers of the Record them ttfmy Attorney L. L. week for a visit to, Mrs. John E. Walker, at entli family for the first time in sev- to hear that Mrs. Wm. 0. Bradley, and Lancaster, Ky., proierly provven, on Stormes and Mr. Stormei, eral yean. This reunion Included; Mr. daughter, Mrs. John G, South, and Dr. or before July 3rd, 1915. lncorportttd .Miss Ella Iilgney has returned to her and Mrs. Ollie Terrill, of Fleming. Mr. South of Frankfort left the past week d R. C. Dudderar. worth Hustonville, being accompani- and Mrs, Ed England, of Atlanta, Mr. for a protracted trip through Califor home in . Kenlucl;. DaoilIe, We give Automobile Tickets on every ed by her cousin, Miss Catherine Charlie Adams of Lexington, and Mr. nia and other Interesting placet in the Let "The Puritan" prepare your Bourne for a two weeks visit. ami Mrs. J. U. Lawson of this county. West. auto and picnic lunches, L Gossip About People vvv 012 11 l0 511 rK, ..... DAIN VERTICAL LIFT 12 10 13 10 thm ...... 10 J. E. Mount, Square Son & Co. TJhe tPuritan r J 7Jhe Chautauqua rii Draw Check j. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company c,, iw, 5 1 sell the THE QUEEN tkea, prices car. Kitchen that will tell is just essential things guarantee paring fair price. Xjps ,..,. Judson, in MICE. Lancaster Lumber AVManTg Go Shop - Perfect 1 1 4 $1. i. r GREAT OVATION ACCORDED STANLEY AT COVINGTON Rousing Rally of Kentucky Democrats At Monster Mass Meeting Candidate for Gov ernor Indorses County Unit Law and Lauds President Wilson ii 1 ' I.lfMitftnnnt Tlvfmft'a Ani rr.rl enco of battto was so stupendous that for a few minutes ho forgot to be afraid. He lay upon Ills face behind me uttio shelter which be had uug with his sword, waiting for the com mand to charge. On either side. him he could see his men lying down, also waiting, and adjusting tho rncch Corlngton, K. Indorsement of the from that obscene source called a still anlsm ot their rifles. He was lying amid a pandemonl countjr unit law was given and a plea Into his pure little prohibition flank, um of noises. The heavy shells from that IJie temperanco question not be anu tor mat reason he selected one the guns roared over htm Incessantly, nuila a partisan Issue were keynotes who, he had every reason to believe, Mingled with theso sounds came that oC an address by Congressman A. O. knew these ruthless nnd wicked d Stanley, of Henderson, Ky., of the Sec- spoilers of the home and of the youth, ot tho smaller artillery, a defying screech that set his teeth on edge, ond Kentucky Congressional district, and would see to it that none of the Aidldate for the Democratic nomina- mammon of unrighteousness ever And with these, but blending, as were, was the hoot ot rifle bullets tion for Governor of Kentucky, before reached his nlous Dockets. Colo"On September 6, 1911, lion. John now overhead, now low beside him jui enthusiastic audience at the Covington, Ky. V. McCullough, chairman of Judge nial Theater In occasionally varied with a spurt of The big playhouse was packed. O'Hear's Finance Committee, Indited dust as a bullet struck the ground. Jteprpsentatlve Democrats were pres- the following notice, among others, to Rycroft, being an Imaginative boy, ent from Kenton and Campbell coun- the Republican distillers and barkeep bad anticipated the stunning horrors ot battle. He know that It would re ties and other parts of the state. The ers In Kentucky. I suppose It was In Newport delegation, S00 strong, led by tended to warn them of the ImprO' quire all a man's resolution to face a band, was received with cheers by prlety of contributing to the campaign them. Still, he came of a military of their ancient and inveterate foe. He II. Thompson. family, and he bad believed rte Kenton county men. that When Mr. Stanley appeared on the that as It may, the letter in part Is as when his time came, ho would not bs Dr. J. A. Averdlck, of Covington, slaxe he was given an ovation lasting follows: called on Mr. Stanley, and had him as proved wanting. several minutes. Congressman Arthur But this actual cxperlenco nas mors his guest at dinner at his residence, Asks For Contributions. s speaker, 11. House Introduced the They terrifying than anything he had ever " 'To make an effective organization Eighth and Ilakewell streets to his work In Congress. a tribute nave been personal friends for years. conceived. As ho lay there, helpless Pointing to former Congressman Jo- requires money for purposes that are conscious that men were looking to L. Rhlnoclr, who was In a front obvious and legitimate. Won't you seph him for leadership, he felt his blood for PAINT LICK seat. Congressman Stanley said In please practice some turning to water. Ho was shaking, ownlnc: "You remember when we couple of months, add that to your he felt the sweat stream down bis won.ln Congress when the Republic' usual campaign contributions nnd send Mrs. James I.avton Is quite ill at this face. snswere In power and how we sat me a check by return mall? Kvery writing. He had Imagined a battle of men. around while they enjoytd the clover.' dollar you contribute may mean a vote Mr. John F. White, of Richmond. Is but this was a battle of machines. In November. Now, don't put this off, This caused a ripple of laughter. It was machines that were vomiting for it Is that tho funds the jjuest of Mr. EJwin Walker. Discusses His Defeat. out that hall of bullets, that fury ot be In hand to cover the campaign ex Mr. Ollie Terrill. of Fleming. Ky.. shells. Machines, which had caught Referring to his defeat for the Sen' penses, and It depends upon our con' torinl nomination he said: "No man tributlons for the vigorous prosecution made our city a thing visit on Monday, blm In their Infernal snare and were ever saw me sulk or whine or whim of this work. Awaiting the favor of Mr. Boyd CoMiron, of Lexington, bent on his destruction. .And the en per for a second. In the closing days your Immediate reply, 1 am, yours Bin was the RUst of his parents for the emy was not anywhere In sight. Suddenly a shrill whistle blew. It ut the campaign I made, in behalf of cerely, J. W. McCullough, Finance week-en, was the signal for the attack. Rytbo gentleman who defeated me, more Committee.' miss isannie wick, or London, was croft leaped to his feet, with the au .speeches than he made for himself. "The people of Kentucky are united the week-enguest of her aunt, Mrs tomatism born ot bis camp training, Continuing he said in part: on two things. First, their advocacy . II. Estridge. The men had sprung up on either side . "At this hour the spirit of faction Is of the greatest president since Jeffer ot him. Tho hoot of the bullets was Misses Mary nnd Alma Lear, return' dead. The people, without regard to son, Woodrow Wilson, and second, for party. Inspired by a profound end all' a bigger and better Kentucky, a more ed Thursday from a three weeks visit terrible. It seemed a miracle that he had escaped thus far. embracing Impulse of patriotic devo progressive Kentucky, a more highly to friends in Virginia. He saw men begin to drop on either tion to the country and the flag, stand developed Kentucky; better roads. Miss Belle Denny returned to her side. The sergeant, next to blm, flung la noUd phalanx behind the courageous bringing the home and the school and home in Stanford Monday after a visit up his rifle, spun round, and collapsed an4 manly man who at ttafr crucial church, the mill and the market Into to friends and relatives in this neighbor upon his face. Stories began to recur hour dominates the destiny of Amer closer and nearer contact. They de hood. to the lieutenant's mind. He had heard mand the development of our vast lot. Messrs It. W. Estridge and W. L. that men always spun round that Did I say all? No, not so. There ana unaeveiopea resources, the pay Carman were delegates to the Itephbli- way when shot through the brain. He U one little malevolent band who even ment of a deflclt of two millions .at this hour of peril, at this time when discredit to Democracy and a burden can Convention held in Lexington the saw the blood upon the sergeant's , head. ' to to the state. Honest, fearless, pair! past week. our great President rises tower-likhim. tha accomplishment of the mighty otic men, free from the contaminating I have made arrangements to buy HeHis knees would hardly bear comheard his voice shouting lUsk which confronts him, that flaunts control of corrupt Influences, the In wheat for Zaring's Mill, Richmond Ky. mands la bis face the black flag of defiance veterate foes of graft and of every ou will do well to see me before sell nize It to his men, and did not recog for his own, or know how It and Insurrection. They are not so form of corrupt government, the cham W. F. Parks, tf. Issued from his Hps. He did not mutch a party as a coterie of political pions of the plain people that Is what ing yours. Kentucky demands, and that Kentucky t conspirators. led by Caleb Powers, EdMr. E. C. McWhorter and' family know what he was saying, and list ward O'Rear, Dr. Palmer and Hon. H. shall receive from her servants. And motored to Lexington Wednesday fcr ened for the words. "Forward, boys I" Y. McChesney. This political organi- It Is to escape this Issue that Hon. H. the day. Miss Stella McWhorter re- he was shouting. Ho baited and crouched low. The sation, with which they are identified, V. McChesney raises the bogy of state- mained for a visit of some length. line had swept Into an exposed angle wide prohibition at this time." League. known as the is -The merchants and enterprising busi among the trees, and all the Are of After the meeting Mr. Stanley was This organization can. If it chooses, .fine Judge O'Rear more than a million met by prominent men, among them ness men ot Paint Lick and surrounding the enemy was concentrated here. It being Justus Ooebel, brother of the country are planning to have an old was hard to go forward, was becom c d reasons for his present The men were lying expedition into Democratic late governor. fasnioned celebration on Monday, July ing Impossible. .strongholds. But there are others In Those occupying box seats were J. the fifth, in the beautiful woodland lown again, kneeling, firing. The figs whom It is Interested. A. Thompson and 0. W. Hancock, of owned by Mr. Jack Davis just over the ures of the offlcers and Augusta; U M. Brothers, sheriff of Madison side. The stores and banks were seen, urgfbg them to rlso. But Quotes the Platform. every man who upon feet "The platform upon which I stand, Hracken county; Judge Settle, of ill be closed and everybody will go in withered under stood infernalhisbullet tho platfrom upon which every Dem- Owenton; J. S. Thornton, of Elllston: for a good time. The forms of enter- stream. Rycroft that the captain go' saw ocrat who refuses to bolt must stand Walter Wilhoit, Isaac Wolf and J. W, tainment will be vaned enough to meet down- - The winning until a newplatform Is written, expli- iyre. of Owen county; Dr. Chlpman. the demands of every one and will be tne victory. machines were citly declares: "Temperance is essen- of Falmouth; Scott Moore, of Sparta: And a stifling rage against this des in the uature of ball games, a balloon tially a moral, and social u I.. Westover, of WUlIamstown. and In iijDssllon, and should not be made a J. O. Vallandlngbam and Ellis McEIroy. ascencion. speaking by some of the tiny roseHe his heart and choked his sprang to his feet and The vice presidents of the meeting most prominent men, a brass band, aid throat. ' partisan Issue between political par- shook his fist In the direction of the W. N. Hind. Orle S. in the evening there will he a brilliant We favor the extension of the were as follows: 'ties. cannon. lament local option law, as applied to Ware, George Lohre, William Deupree, display of Are works followed by a "Forward, boys!' he screamed, this M. D. Mclnerney, Emll Rlvard, Wm. dance in Fish's Hall. te'sale of liquors, which has been All these atby our highest court as valid and Rabe. Chris Darkau, Joseph Gronotte, tractions will be free and everybody is time with Intent and not automatical ly. He began to run forward, his rtinstltBtlonal, so that the citizens of Hen Adams, Edward Renz, W. J. Roles, most cordially invited tu come and ha' knees quite steady now. Williams, George E. l'hlllpps, each and every county in the state R. O. Macke, He beard tho whole line rise to its Jr.. L. n. Wilson, M. H. the best time posnible. nury determine for themselves wheth- Fred. McLean, John Green, Louts Ante, H. feet and follow him. He realized that er spirituous, vinous and malt liquors A. Logans Chapel his anger bad communicated Itself to Knollman, B. Bramlage, J. J. Gel-sTinay be sold therein.' bis followers. The same spirit had Joseph Ruh, Jr., 8. W. Adams, "Now these same gentlemen, who In Farmers are gettmg behind in their seised upon the entire company, and J911 declared that the county unit law Phil Metr. Henry Heldel, John Kenney. spread from company to company, provided a full and ample remedy for H. It. Heidecker, S. Needham, Joseph crops on account of so much rain. throughout the regiment .solution of this question, change their W. Pugh. T. C. Armstrong. M. J. Mrs. Sallie Wilson of Indiana, is the As be ran be began to see the en pmltlons, and refuse to permit any Brown, T. B. Thames, Clarence Perry, guest of her sister, Mrs. Webb Kelly. emy for the first time. He saw long Georgu Whorley, Pryor Tarvln, John county to act In this matter for Itself. lines of figures leap from their Mr. James H. Tudor visited his aunt, Slow they stoutly assert that the cause Brady, Charlton B. Thompson, Elmer to repel the attack. L. Crlgler, Ware, at temperance can only be subserved WilliamJ. Jansen, S. D.Thomas Rohan, Mrs. Raymond Burchell of McCreary, trenches aware, too, that the And he shells became Rouse, D. Colby bolting the platform, by declaring Mr. Charlie Shepherd returned Sun.that these same counties shall not lins, Lee, Herman Barkhau. J. Rode, day trom an extended visit to relatives bad ceased. The lines were too close together, and the hostile gunners ihava the right of determining this mat- Butch Goodenough, Col. Robert Ford, in Cincinnati. ' could fire no longer for fear ot hurt John Richmond, II. J. Northcutt, J. ter for themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie liarr, of Fonso, ing their own men. Robert Kelley, "Tie Democratic party In Kentucky dore Van Hoene,James Mlnogue. TheoDr. J. M. Rlffe. Ulle were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs' 11 was bullet against bayonet now. at this last convention declared Its inIt was bayonet against bayonet. Tho tention of eliminating this one Issue J. Howard John Von Handorf, Jr., William Ledrord. upon the trenches of Thomas Slattery, 'from politics.' By his declaration at Harry Meyers, Mr. Eznah Shepherd of Paint Lick, attackers, were Winchester Mr. McChesney refuses Frank Borgedlng, Harvey Meyers, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and the enemy, Tho machines had ceased Frank Broering, Henry J. Heskamp. to act It was the men behind the s polntblank to be bound by a plain Mrs. John Shepherd. machines now, and these were pow declaration which he a few John Klette, Ous Lively, Herman Nle- herding, William Drees, R. G. Messrs Albert and Waxhington erless. d months ago unequivocally Indorsed, Joseph B. Wllke, Robert Crlgler, Suddenly Rycroft realized that He of Winchester visited theircousins and which his political conferees claim' John Lewis, T. W. Balsly, John Schlar-ma- Messrs John S. and A. C. Ledford. saw that the same moral force and to have written. John T. Murphy, Thomas Wyatt, were there, as on the footMiss Thelma and Master FreJ Wilson "Saint Edward O'Rear." A. E. Strlcklett, E. Galattl. William ball field, as at Crecy and Waterloo. "There Is another gentleman Cullen, Hugo Jonas, Joe Adams, Bay- were participants in the Childrens Day The machine was, by Itself, an Imin this better-- I am tban thou ard Thompson, W. A. Price. Theo. Exercises at Kirksville Christianchurch potent, dead thing. It was only the larty, one Saint Edward O'Kear, who Kluemper, R. J. Dlbowskt, Arthur on Sunday last. man that counted. Journeyed all the way down to that Walker, R. R. Hutcheson. Joseph He was mixed with the melee. Ho Mrs. Cbarlt-- Rigsby and bright little of Democracy, Craves counUibraltar Gormley, Henry Huber, Joseph L. Ruh, was In the heart of tho stabbing asty, and posed before the good Chris- Herman Schuler, Dr. C. C. Owens, son, J. W. of Stanford, spent the week sault Bayonet crossed bayonet He tian people of Mayfleld as something Fred Ruh, O. M. Rogers, L. W. Arnett, end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. saw everything as In a dream. Ha t George B. Howell, Joseph B. Thelssen, George Wilson, mure pious and pure than our was conscious of an Inner personality, and his party. He advised Dem- Herman Btrelblca. H. II. Albers. MaMisses Mary Frances Blakeman and serene and quiet. In the heart of tha ocrats to forget their allegiance to the son McN'eer, John Dunn, Stephens L. Lucile Adams of Kirksville and Miss storm. He saw himself cut down a faith of their fathers and vote for a Blakely, John Tboman, Wm. Hlckey, Grace Wvnn of Irvine, were recent man at a machine gun, who was aimdry Republican It they couldn't get a Ben Beldenharn, Jr., and Joe Meyers. guests of the Misses Wilsons. ing a rifle at him. lie saw tha en dry Democrat to suit them. A short Vice presidents from Campbell counProf. John Wilson of Hazard Ky emy's lines break, surge backward;. tlma ago Dr. Palmer wrote a circular ty were: Mayor Aigust Helmbold, Dr. be saw the defenders In wild retreat tetter advising the Democracy of the Joseph Back, W. II. Newell, Bailey High School, was home for a few days pursued by his own men. to vote tor Caleb Morlldge, L. C. Wtdrlg. Aubrey Bar- visit to his parents, and left last week Kleventh district And he was standing alone, Powers for the same reason. Of bour, John T. Hodge, Arthur Hall, Dr. for Chicago where he will study law. In the center ot a panting, course, the doctor knew he was all J. M. Dlgby, T, P. Carotbers, Albert We have two efficient teachers fir cheering throng. They were cheering tight on prohibition. Moran, Webster Helm, our district schools this year, Sllva, a lan His sword was broken, and bs Mrs. i blm"It Is necessary then, as now, of Ulalne McLaughlin, Herman Relsen-berRertran Brown, will teach a 3 mcnths ' lid not know bow be had broken It course, that this eminent gentleman Charles McCrae, A. Turner, Dr. Dut he knew that he had found himshould secure the sinews of war, Dut M. Hlgglns, Robert Qosney, T. Oerd- - term at Logans Chapel and Miss Ida self, the human personality, without t&la pious soul revolted at the thought lug, Ramsey Washington, Dr. C. W. Mae Galley at Walker School house. which ue machines were so many tlut one dirty dollar should ever seep Shaw. Jacob Roll, Otto Wolff, Dr. L. While driving along the Kirksville Impotent masses of worthless steel. pike on Sunday last. Mr. Jonah Tustey and Mr. John Moody were attacked by two colored men and both were badly. but not seriously cut about the ha 1 ami i You Can Enjoy Life body, and but IT the timely arrival of I Eat what you want sad not be troubled friend it might have ended seriously, ' with Indigestion if you will take a as neither had any menns of defense. Dyspepsia They drove to Richmond and t ad their wounds dressed by Gibson. Ona lQOQt Pony Coupons given with every subscription, darkey,was arretted, Dr. held on $3!W. before and siter oacb ami. Soil only and by us 36o box. ' bond to await tha action of the grand New or Old. Jury. R. E. MsRebsrts Healy, Hon. W. C. Qulnby, A. V. Spltzelberger, II. 3. Alllngton, John William Schlueter, Dr John 'iodd. W. E. Gallagher, Judge U'. Bitten, M. R. Lockhart, Lawreuce Pitkin, James McCrone, Dr. J. J. 00111' tey. John A, Southall, Frrd Rlrkers, Dr F II. Southgate, Dorle Bird, John Kruchton, Fred Miller, Leo Livingston Arthur Gosney, Walter Howe. Joh Shltigsblng, Lewis II. Tleman, M Gtl ger, John Kees, Peter Ampler, II. M, M. Corbln, tllHHHHMMIIIItllH 1 MACHINES AND THE MAN By FRANK FIL30N. fl HI I It I (Copyrlxht. 1915, f by W. O. Chapman.) H rM ' , Steceman, Charles A. Klem, Claude W Johnston, T. Ellehorst. M. J. Costl Ban, Qeo. Travor, William H. Band. M Horan, John McDermott, A. C. Sleek- meter, Andrew Fuegteln, 0. W Dick' man, Joseph Neltner, John Wolpert M. G. Nelson, O. It. Jordan, J. II, While, Louis Clark, Arthur Ootney, William Dater. William Maxfleld, liar ry Sudkamp. Charles Egan. William schlueter, William Kamp, August Day, lieorge Klein, Edward Mader, John J waters, Richard B. Davis. L. J. Dlskln Robert M. Cottlngham, Matt MaschI not. George Exeler, Philip Miller, John scnultz, C. Dorgan, Daniel Shea. M McNamara, Fred Bett, Ben Thelslng, John Tlernan, Daniel Stapleton, James Lynch, .John J. Barton, John Simon. Thomas Reagon. Mr. Stanley lunched at the Hotel Gibson as the guest of Thomas Slat tery, district attorney of Eastern Ken tucky; Federal Marsha! R. C. Ford and Collector of Internal Revenue C. A SAFE INVESTMENT FREE FROM STATE, COUNTY AND CITY TAXES N THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. PAYING 7 1 0 C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. " ; ccNDumc rariMco stock. f fir Tilil if Stint S103. PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarts!' IJivliUnd Dates, first Monday in March, June, September and December. Rydissniablo n a hole or in jiart, at any time, at the option of the t'oniany at US nnd accrued divljcnd. CAPITALIZATION. pay-In- self-deni- $1. 300.000 1,437.000 2.500.000 Important tVaturrs reRartlinj; the Imsfncss of tin's Company and this issue of stock may be summnriaexl briefly as follows: 1. Thfe stock is a legnl inveJtment for trust funds in llic State . of Kentucky. 2. The company hm no bonded or mortgage indebtedness 3. Thisr bturinoss was established in 1S77 by C. C. Montl nnd C. R. Mansjcl, and iitconiorated in 1!'0,1 as C. C. MenRel & Dro. Co., under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and lias been continuously succossful during die wltole jieriod of 33 ywirs. A. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany" Lumber antl Veneers', and it is the Inrxest imtwrterof Mahosjtny in the tinted States, its proportion of the entire miportation ia.lBl 1 be-ifl. The legal proceedings for the issue of the above Proitrrgd Stock have been passed ujwn by Judge Alex. IV Humphrey, and Archibald 13. Young. Esq., of Ixusull-. 7 CumuUtWi PrsUrred StocU. Common Sioc'a .... $1,300,000 AuthrlaJ OwUUndina s 1S; 1012. 1!U. 11; ns ll)M, 10. ' i PRICE SlOO PER SHARE. 'l i ivi 1 nd 1 1 be AddnL JAMES C. WILLSON 8c CO. d LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. JOHN W. a D. S. GREEN WAKEFIELD ft CO. LOUISVILLE. KY. Special circular giving, complete details of the abovo issue of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment for the stock may be mado at the C1T1ZEINS NATIONAL, BANK. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. e Anti-Saloo- n ham-utarn- " drink it's so delightfully -- stimulating" than good, more than delicious. PARFAY is more plat-fun- Led-for- r It is' so stimulating". Wholesomely and agreeably so ! There's a "kick" to and body out of the rut of the day's hard work and makes you better able to meet and conquer the problems that arise. that lifts your mind it, a "come-back- " s Presl-iltm- - PARFAY'S richness. PAR-FAY'smoothness all these will attract you to PARFAY as you have never been to another soft drink. But the thing that will really win you to PARFAY for all time to come is its gentle and delightful stimulation. PARFAY'S flavor, - S Try it TODAY EXCLUSIVE Th Lancaster Bottling Works DISTRIBUTORS i Everywhere Tablet ' IKcrcThere. EverywRerdj f .fountsCj or Bottled, A. Will Be Given Away This Automobile For further particulars call on the following merchants: Dickerson & Carrier, General Merchandise. Conn Bros., Hardware and Plumbings Theo Currey, Groceries. Mrs Joe Francis, Millinery. Harry Anderson, Furniture. J. R. Mount, Son & Co., Hardware & Implements. J. E. Stormes, Druggist. J. T. Rainey, Livery. J. A. Beazley & Co., Insurance. Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Co. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T. Cattleman Finds Hops Fulfilled After Passing Thrteteore Years. Saturday, July 3rd, 1915 MT. HEBRON Mr, Kellogg-Haine- s It. It. Montgomery is on the sick list. Mr. nml Mrs. Lee Grow entertained Severn) nf their friends Sunday. A number of young people from here J. T. Cattleman of Dyer, Tonn, attended camn meeting in Juntnine (Offered from stomach (lvranKcmcnti Sunday. for forty rears, taking all sorts of Mr. Herod Hnins and Misses Chrismedicine, following all kinds of medical advice. tine and Delia Stone were in Danville Singing Party In One Act From a Grand Opera and In "The Songs of the Sixties" Scheduled For the Chautauqua Here whose face Master Leslie was badly burned, by powder which he set a match too, is doing nicely at this writing. Mrs, Ed. Grow and Miss Christine Stone were the guests nf Mr an i Mrs liuford Tester in Jessamine lait Wet MAKKSHURY nesday ami Thursday ii.ui the camp merting at Sulphur Sprit v Miss ltt-;:tfiWr of l.nneastr is Uev. J. W. Mnhan will be away in n Margaret Doty. tif Ml tkx meeting nml will not fulfill hi. itcular Airs ltmli of Kusstaye I mm returned appointment here Saturday and Sunday nftr n vtMtto h r o lit lllnwi I.amli. I Kit we hope to have a supply hut.day prosvcheit u vry Interest-lM. llsbmi and will have the regular buft!3 himw 8ttndy morning n "Soul meeting on Saturday afternoon. uttt-mic- In all the forty years, he said, he never had n real good day until ho trtd Marr's Wonderful ltomedy. Then he dltroretrd something. Let bla let tcr tell about It: The first tlose of Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy caused call stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I hare ever before. Iam CI years old and I had never before enjoyed one whole good day, "I would not giro tho ono bottlo you sent me for nil the drugs and doctors' medicine that Is mado." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manrnt results for stomach, liver and Inteitlnal ailments Rat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after ratine, presiuro of pas In tho stomach and around the heart, (let ono bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute gusrantco If not satisfactory money will be returned. Saturday. Mr. M. L. Montgomery delivered t Mr. Oilus Navtar Sntnnlny a bunch of hog at 7J cts. per lb. Mr. nml Mm. D. M. Montgomery viiited relatives in this locality the for army use, 15-- 1 to 16 hands high, five to 10 years old, weigh. 1000 to 1200 pounds., want good To buy every mule that will do latter part of the week. Mrs. E. V. Scott is with her grand-dsughte- r, sound rugged mules. GENTRY-THOMA- S Mrs. Iluford Teater in Jessamine Co., for a few days. Miis Ileitie Scott is at home from Richmond Normal before returning she made a visit to Maysville and Flemings-bur- & FLETCHER LEXINGTON, KY. MANN,. ' g. 4 (!) (:) To INSURE In a Leading gut I American Company Springfield Fire Such as CAPITAL N the 2,500,000,00 and Marine. C THOMAS & EL.KIIV, Agents. i a: WlmiiWK". Th Junior MMehxwry MMt wllli alls Amtlu Society will ttlsuks next Indifestion and Constipation. SaturiUy afivrnoun. on Found, a nnUmsn' jxicket Knife cbnreb. Owner can r k'k sr.ill at got same by upptyinK to 0. S. Swopc. ts ,w IWer lluehs of Lancaster ttn rwewnt attractive KUwst of Miss Sue IUmU Sultun ami attends! tlw.iie supper at Mummi elol house. Mrs. Hotly llught, a raspoctMl vxmosh whs taken ill Saturday sni dlwl in a few hourti afterward and Wks buriiol at Clifton on Monday, Mls Dtl'n "About five yearv ago I begun 'ik Ing Chamberlain's Tulilcia after u"cr ing front imligetian and constipate r for years without rinding anythi r to relieve in. Chamberlain's Tnblets helpeil me at once and by using them for sevuiul weeks I whs cured of the complaint," writes Mrs. Mary H. Mc .Mullen, l'aelps N. Y. For sale bv nil dealers. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, will be presented i r tin act from "Tho Tales of Hoffman" ke olid net from tho fraud ojiera "Mnrthn lu nixvlnl costumes by the Uolloo; unities S.nclns, i arty en one evening of the comlns Itedpath Chautau-tai- l procrum. ThN will be known ns "(innul Opern .Mxht." Another feature of the same program will bo n rendition of the "yoiiKK." The Kellogg lluluet Slnclng Tarty lat year made the entire tour of ouo of the Hedpatlfs Chaiitmnpia circuit, eerywhero to the delight of the largo nudlences to which they played. Singing Tarty" has stood for excellence In a mixed quartet. There Tor eight yearn the name "Kellogg-IInlne- s nro the member In this party. Including a iilanl.it. Miss .Meryl Ilnrtwell, soprano, wns for two je.irs prima donna of tho Delmar Stock Opera Company of Bt. Louis. Tor two enr previous she wa llit soprano In the San Somi Quartet, which filled numerous concert and club engagements In the middle west. Sho has also been soprano soloUt In several prominent St. Louis churches. Miss Alllia Montague, the contralto, Mudlcd fur two years under thu well known Trofessor Mclluruey of Chicago ami whs for n time soloist of the big Hyde Turk llaptls Church In tluit city. She Is a graduate of the Chicago University with mi A. It. degree-JohHlchenhorgcr, tenor, wn tololst In several of the best paid chitnli choirs In St. Louis, has had theatrical experience and has coached ulth the tiest teachers In this country William A. (loldlnirg, baritone, was a toy wonder on the violin. Inter discovering that be had a tl no voice. Ho guro up the violin for voice, although he had played the violin for year professionally. Ho had also sung leading grand npeni roles In Kugllsh before entering the Lyceum. t Levy, one of the foremost piano teachers In the United IlelU'rt Chute, the ptnnlst, U a pupil of States, and lias had work hi harmony und theory with Adolpli Ilrune. Mr. Chuto has shown great promise as a composer and, as an accompanist us well as solo pianist, has received much favorable press comment. While the members of this company are nil good. soloists, their claim to recognition Is chiefly In their quartet work. The claim has tieen made that, while male quartets by long practice often reach n very high standard of Singensemble perfection. It Is doubtful If any oilier mlxisl quartet In A morion can approach tho Kellogg-IIaluc- s ing Tarty In that sinking of Individuality and perfect blending of mires which comprise Ideal quartet work. Kellogg-Halncs Singing Tarty also make n secl:ilty of beautiful ami elaborato costumes for each of tho Tho Director and Embaimer. Kentucky- - i,, For An Impaired Appetite. IIUUHLE Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mrs. W. II. Underwood continues ill. Miss Mary I). Kennedy of Stanford To Improve tit appetite and strength en the digestion try a few uW of was a recent visitor in this vicinity. Mr. J. II. Mils Gene Wood and John Wood of Chamberlain's Tablets. Seiti, of Detroit, Mich., says: "They Stanford were visitors in our midst last re.torrcl my nppetile wlien impaired, week. relieved me of n blunted feelinc and Mix Elizabeth E. Givens has returncausiil u ploasunt und satisfactory ed from visit to Mrs. Albert Smith movement of the bowels." For sale by neur Danville, all dealers. Misses Hess McCormaek of Stanford und Montie Taylor of Danville were BUI3NA VISTA visitors here Sun lay. T yih r-rut.i jtit. 0 VWorii UuKft Tin-platTin-plat- --- On OrbMalSlutgl. II J. .Mr, friends here. Miss Ellin Clark is at home from a vlit in Lexington. Mr. J. B. Scott inudo a liusiness trip to Lexington Tuesday. MUs Nettie Ison is visiting her cousin Mrs. John Dxvis In llatard. Mr. Tevts Skinner and sister Miss Jennie of Mercer are visiting friends. Miss Margaret Ilackiey of Georgetown Is the guest of Mrs. 0. II. Lane. Miss America Duncan of Ilurgin was a recent visitor In the home of J. V. Atkins. Mr. und Mrs, J. V. Scott. Jr. spent Sunday with Miss Oraco Stone in Ilurgin. Mrs. Hopper and daughter of Louisville are visiting Mesdamea I). S. Lane and T. M. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. H. I'. Ison of Wiimore were guests of J. N. Askins and family for tile week's end. Mr. and Mrs. Thos C. Scott of spent the week's end with J. E. Scott and family. The Misses Dice who havu been veII. Rublo is on the sick list. iling Itcv. Hoffman nml mollier have Hubert Orftf of Waco Is visiting returned to their home. Mrs. J. It, Fisher returned to her home in Lexington, Friday after a few days visit here, her nephew W. Graham Frye returned with her for n visit. Everybody come to tho Ice Cream supper to be given by the ladies of the Hubble Christian Church, next Saturday evening June 'Jtith. All will be served bountifully. Master John A. Frye, the handsome little five year old son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry I). Frye, royally entertained some of his little friends last Thursduy afternoon from 3 to C with a birthday party. Among those present were: John Wood, 'Winfrey Duncan, Keith Duncam James Lee Murphy, Llddell Murphy, Kugene. ltankin, Sidney Loy McUeath, James Craig Harris, S. II. Sanders Jr, Annalel Lutes and John A. and Graham Frye. Delightful refreshments wete served, and the young holt was the recipient of many nice presents. Ooly One Entirely The four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles as ihown above are made in any of the following ways: e and painted Red. . Stamped from e 2. Stamped from and painted Green. e 3. Stamped from and Galvanized by a procest. 4. Stamped from ipecial Galvanized Shecti. Each and every genuine Cortright Metal Shingle ii emboxed with this " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Trade-matFor Sale bjj 1 Tin-platg tight-coate- d Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 5Q" North 23rd St., Philadelphia. Singing Tarty have trnieled In their concerts far ami wide from New York clear through Tho to tho Taclflc coast. A very largo numlier of their uipearanccs are return dates. Their return la requested three and four times In some cities on the winter Lyceum courses. In many places where they have npicarcd before during the past winter they have been tendered receptions and dinner parties. With each year this organization Is growing lu Hpu!arity with the public. One of their most notablo tours of the recent past was through Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. On this trip they visited many points of historic Interest. In New Mexico they visited tlie oldest town In tho United States and were taken for a drive and shown the wonderful old adobe buildings of the oVIj sixteenth century. They also visited the oldest church in the United States- -a chapel built in the year When they sang at El Taso, Tex, the committeeman In charge of tho concert was Judge Itowen, Vlla's lawOne of the Madcros, brother of yer. He told the singers many Interesting facts ubout the Mexican revolution. concert la El tho former Mexican president, now a general In Villa's army, was present ut the Taso. In the afternoon the party went across the Iwrdcr to Juarci, Mexico. Kellogg-Hnlncs Kellogg-Halncs presentations. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. JENNY. President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't Jmbry, Ais't Cashier. Satisfactory. R, T J. S. DENNY, CaihU. r. L. Giix, a Waich Your Children Often children do not let parent know they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Ilexall Orderlies ft mild laxative that tastea like sugar. Bold, only by us, 10 cents. R, E. MeRobsrts . "I havefried various colic and diarrhoea remedies, but the only one that has given me entire satisfaction and cured me when I was alllicted is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, I recommend it to my friends at all time," writes S. N. Galloway, Stewart S. C. For tale by all dealers. Lancaster Chautauqua JUNE 24th to 28th, Safety Samual Oeposit Boxes For Rent WB( SOLICIT YOUU D. Cochrsn, Stormes, S. C. Denny, BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny, J, II. IWy, J. K. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. IX Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday June A BIT OF ANCIENT 24-1- 9 1 5? VSl HISTORY AT PAINT LICK When the old Court House bell, temporarily hanging in the park, was rung Wednesday morning calling to action the Chautauqua ticket selling committees, I'ncle litisto Bruce remarked; ' It has been a mighty long time sine I heard n bell ring In dut place." mean ing the bell that hung in Garrard County's first court house which stood on the park site in pioneer days and was torn down in 18GT, This old bell was rung at stated times preceedlng a "slave ssle" which I'ncle llristo says took place regularly on the west court house steps, and the farm ers and slave masters came in and paid fifteen hundred and two thousand dol lors for a healthy strong colored man or woman. He also said that slaves were punished for misdemeanors by "GRACO PALM BEACH AND -- Monday, July 5th, Patriotism Por trayed by Pa- tnotic People. Out Door Sport of Every c &y whipping. The whipping post was located at the south west corner of Stanford street and square and thirty nine lashes was administered on the culprit. The sheriir did the whipptng and a deputy kept count. The last lash was called "the clincher" and was made harder and more stinging. The whipping post was a large stocky affair six feet high and leaning at an angle of forty five degrees. The per son to Le punished wss strapped to the post, facing It, and with back fully exposed received his medicine. For the second offense the master of me slave was called upon to pay a heavy fine. Uncle llristo is seventy live years old any says the first hat he ever owned was made in an room on Danville street where n hat manufacturing establishment was located and operated by one of the early settlers. Cotton hats were made for the slaves and fin woolen and silk hats for the land own Tropical Suits Beginning tomorrow we place the before you. We want you to spare a few minutes of your time and Inspect big, completely stocked "Tropical Suit" Section. We want to our you so that you will not forget that we are headquarters for reliable tropical suit fabrics. Ten big double glass display cases, plenty, of good sunlight, cool electric fan breezes while you are making your selection. Im-press Base Ball Games. Tennis Games. FREE ATTRACTIONS. SHOWS AND CONCESSIONS. ing gentry. Report or the Condition Of THE Bunk or Uryantsville Georgeous Display of Fire Works IN THE EVENING. BRASS BAND OF 15 PIECES WILL RENDER PATRIOTIC AIRS dolnf buetueee at town of Brjactiill:, Conntj of Garrard, Slate of Kentucky, AT T1IK CU.SK OK UTS INKS 3 ON TUB 15th day of June 1915 ti.se; III 1.71 'KKaOl'KCKS. Loan, and lllacountf overdraft, aecured and aoMcared line from Henke Caeh ou band Banking lieu... furniture and .... .... 11 DO Summer Sh lts future . 1.1"" IV Total LIABILITIES. I.SJ.tM 10 SU.D09M 1.1.10 Ou $1.50 up Beautiful Shady Grounds. Everybody Welcome. Bring Your Dinner and help celebrate the Greatest day in the History of Paint Lick. We know of no morn fitting monument to a President who stood for than a Rood road would be. rfpaea below tbU heading le for tbs cxcln Emancipation from bad roads means o! oar tinner aabicrlbere. tod 1. (or it. dh emancipation from locality, from narcbe wl of .lock, tram and such tbiuf on an overburndening farm a. Ibe farmer cannot afford to adver- rowness, from tise. No notice will be accepted over tonr freight and passenger expense, from line., and will beonlrln two la.uee of tbe loss of time. By all means' name 1,000 Ecoao.free of charge highways for Lincoln. There cannot be to many. Frankfort State Journal good surrey and good For Sa!e;-i i mi inmni in imeet FARMER'S COLUMN I "HIGHWAY ABE" pro-gr- flllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllli jis new break-cart- . G. II. Swinebroad. WATER CLAIMED VICTIMS. That,tuberculosis is a preventable disease la the contention of Dr. Wil- aaj or june ma. 1. Hunan Ballard. Notary Public. liam H. Price, the health officer of MrConunleeton eiplrea Keb. lull. Detroit. He believed that it will be Correct Atteeii U. Boner. B. P. 8 w ope. Noah 3lar.ee, Jr found possible to exterminate it in Dlrectort. Detroit within ten years. ''If the pro gramme which all of us know should Rule if Action. be followed were followed rigidly for Aid the willing, the virtuous, ten years we should score a complete and compel the Idlehonor occupation. Into victory over the White Plague," Dr, Ruskln. r ncfl is quoted as saying. The programme is, the segregation of afflicted Good Advice. persons, to end the source of infection. When there Is a ghost of a chance, never give up until you give up the ghost. DOLLAR CORN (West Liberty Courier) Farmers, prepare to hold your corn this year for a dollar a busbel! The grain speculators will try to force the prices down at gathering time until they get it, and then they will send it skyward. The fact that there i greatly increased acreage and crop con ditions favorable is more than ofrset by the increased demand caused by the European war. Formation of Hailstones. to .a Herman scientist, hailstones are formed by the electricity of thunderstorms which they accompany. According How He Was Interested. Benevolent Indlvldual-MYe- s, sir; I bold that when a man makes a little extra money his first duty Is to make his wife a present of a handsome dress." Stranger "You are social philosopher, I presume?" "No. I'm a dry goods merchants." Yt'm.C C Kiektr. Pr.id.nt .nil 1 P. Wfl llama. Caabler of tbe above, named Bank do eolemnle eear tbal Ibe abote etatemeut le true to toe oit oi our aaowiedce and belief C.C. Becker, Kreildent. J. C. Wilu i h t. Caebler. 8ubcrtb?d and aworn tn befora mm ihl. in COUNTY OK (J ARK AKII i Capital Stock paid in, la cib Surplua Fundi undivided rronte. leeieipen. ee and tale, n.ld Depoelt tubjeet to check IM.slI Demand Certificate of uepoilti. 90 Bllli farable Total. . STATE Or KENTUCKY. I Straw Hats 11 01 ll.UI II 5.000 IW 10 I M,U $2.00 up Cool Underwear, Half Hose, etc. to complete Summer Outfit your Two hundred feet of hard wood flooring for sale. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. FOR SALE;-McCormlck binder in good condition, been run two seasons. Call on, Chas Henninger, Uryantsville, Ky. r, Carried into deep water bv a treacherous undertow, seven bothers and one "Genuine Palm Beach Cloth Suits' more than a dozen different patterns. Priestly's Cravenetted Mohair Suits. Made to your special measure French. Irish. Spanish and German Linens. English Repps. Shantung Silks, Panamn Cloths, etc. Make a note, too, every one of these suits is a "Graco" Suit. The "Graco" label insuring Graco quality, fit and make is sewed in every suit. Regardless of fabric. Graco tropical suits nregolng to bring you the fullest satisfaction Careful, skillful shrinking, scientific designing and tailoring eliminate the rhance for disappointment that you might get in other suits. " Graco Palm Beach Suits. $7.50. S850 and up. Write for samples of Palm Beach Suit materials. ft fisherman, including prominent members of the Philadelphia summer colony, were drowned in the surf at Atlantic City Sunday. Scores of others were dragged to the beach in an unFOR in good conscious condition after life guards and condition, will sell cheap. other bathers had battled desperately D. White Marsee. to save their lives. One other man was drowned when six fishing smacks were Wanted ?5 head of cattle to graze, capsized simultaneously as they were good crass, p'enty of water. about tc come ashore at Mississippi OIL, OIL. ATTENTION Geo. Denny, avenue and a score of fishermen thrown Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. 1 into the water. Life guards say a storm caused an FARMERS. Cspt. Elkin has two riding cultivagully, tors, several double shovel plows, and offset, oryards between a sand bar a I can save you money, can fill your hundred out on the beach. The other funning implements he wishes to offset extended the entire length of the barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, sell at bargains. steel barrel with faucet. 60 gallon beach, and with the development of the For cow, with heifer strong undercurrent, the bathers were capacity, at a low figure, and fill same calf. For Rent:-2acres of good grass. swept into water of unexpected depth. with the best oil at low prices, saving Call 3t7.lt. Many heroic rescues were made by j you from $1 to $2. members of the beach patrol and byj If you cannot make arrangements FOR SALE:-Lat- e cabbage planti. persons gave through vour merchant, call or phone j volunteers, and several Mrs. S. U. Henderson, Standard Oil, Agent, Ky 'up their lives in efforts to save others. I'hone Lowell, J. W. Sweeney, Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. J. A. liratton of this city lias a good riding cultivator he will WHICH ONE ARE YOU? Hell cheap.1 DIAMOND NECKLACE Vhtri th Crntor hail mnile all the good and beautiful things, in order that And Jewel Case From Members of they might be truly appreciated, He then made the beasts and reptiles and poisonous insects. When He had finished He had left Several thousand guests are to attend over scraps that were too bad to put the wedding of Miss Genevieve Clark, in the Rattlesnake, the Hyena, the daughter of the Speaker and Mrs. Scorpion, or the Skunk; so He placed Champ Clark, to James M. Thomson, all these together, covered it with publisher of the New Orleans Item, Should be Engraved or Suspicion, wrapped it with Jealousy at Honeyshuck, the Clark home, at marked it with a Yellow Streak, and Bowling Green, Mo., on June 30. Embossed nowadays. called it a knockor. Four in the afternoon is the time set It reflects good taste and Then, as a compensation for this for the ceremony and an improvised fearful product, He took a sumbeam alter in the rose garden, the place. at once creates a favorable and put in it the heart of a child, the One feature of the wedding will be impression. love of a mother, the brain of a man, that every stitch of the bride's trouswrapped these In civic pride, covered seau will be "made in the U. S. A." Suppose you come and tee it with brotherly love, gave it u mask movement to which Miss Clark; has lent the many beautiful samples of velvet, and a grasp of steel, and her enthusiastic aid since its Inception called it a Booster, ": Leading the list of gifts already rewe have and get our prices. He made him a lover of1 fields, and ceived is the diamond necklace and TlifS flowers, and manly sports: a believer silver jewel case presented to her by In equality and justice. the members of the O'lrd and Glth Ever since these two were created, Congresses. It consist of 202 diamonds mortal man has hsd the privilege of the aggregate weight of which is severf-tee- n choosing his associates. karats. i Sale;-Jerje- y 0 I I llrown-Manley Graves, Cox Incorporated. & 60. Lexington, - Kentucky. The Yachting Accident. First Seaside Bore "I can remember hearing a strange, gurgling sound; then I suddenly saw before me a huge mass of foam and do you know what 1 did!" Second Seaside Bore "Yes, old top; you let the foam settle a bit, and then bad a good swig." Charms tor Good Looks. On St. George's day, Serbian ladles evoke the aid of charms aa a means of Improving tbelr looks. Tbe girl who STOP AT OUR WANTED Army Horses and Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. V? Personal Stationery wishes a white face places a bouquet of Bowers under a white rose tree and allows It to remain there for a night; whereas those who prefer rosy cheeks placa blooms under a red rose tree, and In the morning tbe flowers thus "charmed" are thrown Into their GARAGE When Good bath. Innocence Rewarded. "I hope,'"- said Mrs. Corntoesel. "that you'll be careful not to take any counterfeit money while you're In town." "I never bother about suspectln my fellow men," replied her husband. "It I study out a piece of counterfeit money It's Impossible to offer It to anybody without my hand tremblbV, but It I pay no attention It's about as easy to pass It on the next feller as It was to pass It on me." Do Net Gripe pleasant laxative in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete Accessories. line of Tires. Everything In Automobile Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & We do Just what you vast bar it to do. that will SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Central Record. Ws sell thousand' of tbasa and wo hare never seen better remedy for the bovoU. Sold only by us, 10 cent R. E. McRsberU Phone 124. W" B. Burton, Lancaster, - r - Kentucky. Danville, Ky.