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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 1, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915070101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 1, 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. PURE REIilQlOh, ONlARNISllEn DE310CRAC tWUNIT NTRAL RECORD, AND OOOD GOVERNMENT a year Brings Oat Maor Candidates For Local House Lot is 6ix37S and is in gooi location. Offices. feet. Will sell at a bargain If sold ' within the next 30 days. Apply at this At a meeting of the Republican office. county committee, called last Monday afternoon In the court room of the Rex EXACTLY SO. Theater building, It developed that "If o store does not advertise enough quite a number desired to run for some to make the daily happenings of Its of the the county offices to be filled business known or to keep the public this fall. Another meeting has been Informed of the advantages of every called for next Saturday, at which kind which it oilers, whether they be time It is believed, several candidates of monetary or simple educational con- - will announce themselves. The offices iteration, that store is just as much mentioned In which they will probably lacking In its plain duty to the public nonmlnate candidates are. Representa as Is the store which resorts to methods tive, Circuit Court Clerk and Sheriff. f ovcrexnloitatlon," said one of the peakers at the big Ad Club convention AUTOMOBILE AND PONY In Chicago this week. To Be Giftn Away Here sixth r! in? LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 1. 1915. Next Monday Is a holiday. Commercial Cluli mtt FOR SALE. and let, just been built REPUBLICAN CAUCUS McCoi inick Mowers, f I Everybody enjoyed the Chautnuquo. Allroadi will lead to I'nint tick next Monday. livery business man In Lancaster li Club asked to attend the Commercial meetlnK tonight. This club is organized for vour Interest and you should at east lend it your presence for a little while. On Friday Night, the Romans Opera liouss presents Hobert Warwick in the famous World Film Corporation fea ture, "Alias Jlrr.mle Valentine." An xeeptlonally strong drama that will eaie all. "This house also has ar ranged, for you amusement, a contest for Saturday Night. See it. More than TOO physicians of Louisville have received circular letters from the Louisville (as & Electric company, offering to Install wiring and furnish lectric tans and electric toasters with out charge for any invalids who, In the judgment of the physicians, may be without financial means to pay for At This Season you should exercise great care to have your home in a perfect sanitary and healthy condition. Among other things, your plumbing system is the most im nnrhnl (tnttirf flrtnt A Rakes, Repairs, Etc, I Guard Sections, Plates and Knives carried for all different machines. Full line of requires careful attention. When you consider that the health of your family is governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily sec the extreme necessity to guard against any possible defects in n$ n wmt m Next Saturday. 1 S Lawn Mowers, Snathes & Blades Before you PAINT see our line of "HANNA GREEN SEAL." I 60NN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. them. Last year free electric fans were furnished to indigent invalids. Hon. A. 0. Stanley, the great leader f untemfles and undented Democracy, the great champion or the people's right, the present bulwark in Ken-tuck- y between the and fanatical legislation that would make our taxes unbearable. Is easily master of the situation in thiscountv. The Democrats in this county are wise to their best interests and Stanley will get more otes in this county than the combined vote of his opponents. Manv Danville liennle attrrnli.il rnnrt Monday in Lancaster. Some went op bus! ness, some on pleasure, but If you will read the names carefully you will find Auto tickets given on old and new accounts, a; i g kl Romans Opera House, ' GURNEE AMUSEMENT CO., LESSEE., ; ft World Film Corporation Presents ROBERT WARWICK IN that the greater number were .there y? on a political mission; Hon. C. C. Fox, Judge K. V. i'uryear, II. J. ? Richard Gentry. Hanks Hudson, Farris. II. G. Fox. Monte fox. A. W. King. John B. Stout. 8 others. Ed Lanier, Tim Hardest)' and Advocate. AT BAPTIST CHURCH. Through the liberality of several The question of better roads Is the merchants and bJsiness men of the greatest issue now before the people. town, a handsome Ford runabout will Bond Issues in many counties are being be given away here next Saturday afBe sure and be on hand and oted down for lack of confidence In ternoon. the county officials to judically spend bring your tickets. Read the adverthe money. This is a had state of tisement on another page of this issue fiairs, and even deplorable, to say the and consult some of the merchants for particulars. The second prize in the east. The voters f I have to begin at the Pony Contest will also be awarded at bottom and elect men to office who will the same time. This second prize is a do their work honestly. There tre too beautiful pony colt and Is well worth manv political shifters who want to working for to the lat minute, One trick their .hand into the public corn subscription to the Record g'eU 1000 crib. It is ashame that conditions are votes, whether new or old. such that the people have to vote a legitimate bond issue down because the CHAUTAUQUA officers of the law will not spend the way. money appropriated in an KoreSt SIGNED FOR ANOTHER YEAR. The best thing to do is to roust that Lets Make It An Annual Affair. kind of officers, or make them afraid not to do their work honestly. The mat tfle people or Lancaster are peop are unanimous in wanting better roads, but they are alto unanimous in pleased with theRedpath Chautauquas the belief that it should not cost 200 is evidenced by the fact that they are The ento have $100 worth of work done. The to be with us another year. drones and grafters are always ready thusiasm exhibited points strongly to No to stick their fingers Into the "pie," its becoming an annual affair. had the management bguu which name they have given public sooner funds. The whole trouble Is that there taking the sense of the people as to are too many private political debts to their wish for its return, when the People guarantors to the number of fifty two pay out of the state treasury. are demanding better roads all over the came forward and signed up for another state and thev are going to get what year, and in a few moments about 350 they want, but In many instances they season tickets were sold for next year, We are glad to announce this and hope will be slow In; coming. It may become permanent. BETTER ROADS. your plumbing system. Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures. 'tWatftfaftl plumbing fixtures and our expert service never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on band. I Haselden Bros. J L?1 31 IE t ir C. M. LYONS BUSY GASH 1 ItL "ALAIS ft JIMMIE VALENTINE." A V MUD nnn in rnnilf rnn uuLLriK anun ruA h umu.t I The IUv. A. J. Clear will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morn ing. A cordial welcome to all. OME AND ENJOY YOURSELF Come to Dripping Springs on the 4th of July and get a good dinner. The hotel li open and everyone is enjoying Mrs. J. D. Wilson, himself. THE CHAUTAUQUA. The past week devoted to the Chau tauqua has proven Itself one of the most enjoyable and entertaining of the year. Both from a social and a.i edu dational standpoint the Lancaster Chautauqua has beep all that could be desired. Speakers of national promt nence and entertainers of wide reputa tion have been brought to our city, and our people have been given an opportunity to see, for a reasonable admission, the best that the country affords. The Chautauqua is our opportunity to prove our intereat In the cultural welfare of out section. As to the pro gram this vear, the advertising columns of the RECORD jjave a full account of it. and we believe it was fully up .to the standard of last year, and all that was advertised. While all the attaches of theRedpath Chautauqua were gentlemen in every sense of the word, the company is In deed fortunate in having for Its super intendent, Mr. E. T. Bailey, who made friends of every one during his stay In Lancaster, and now since the Chau tauqua is to be with us again next year, we trust they may see fit to have him with us again. Mother Lake's plea for sobriety, right living and fair dealings was one of the most popular lectures op the program tinging party The Kellogg-Halne- s was all it was advertised and more. It is a most excellent quartet, and every number from the grand opera Martha, to comic light opera was greeted with applause. Dr. Cplledge and Auam Bede gave lectures, the deep thought of which will linger with us long after the music of Cimera's concert band Is torgotten, even tho it was grand, We have not space to speak of all, other than to say there were no dis appointments. won-drrf- STANLEY APPOINTMENT COVER EVERY Uolil The Primary Is Held On Of Angust. STORE. DAY 71b U The Remember our GIGANTIC SALE CLOSES SATURDAY Don't miss the bargains we are offering. e Li DE - GO TO - HOLIDAY JULY FIFTH. From the fact that the fourth of July falls on Sunday, Monday, the fifth will be observed and all banks will be closed on that day. Remember also there will be no rural delivery on that day, With the exception of a few hours the post office will be closed the entire day. POUND OF CANDY. Dickerson & Carrier FOR Stanley will speak every day from now until the primary. Demand for him is coming from every county in which he has not vet spoken His popularity is so great that he cannot possibly reach every point now calling for him. On July 10th he will speak at Paris. Georgetown and Versailles, and at Lawrenceburg July 9th. Stanley is making a whirlwind cam paign through Central Kentucky. He Is speaking every cay except Sundays, and will continue every day until August 7th. the date of the Primary. He will cover every section of the State, which he has not already From every countv in which he has not yet spoken he is receiving letters and telegrams asking that he speak there. Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country G. LANCASTER. M II LYONS. KENTUCKY. IE Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. Id! .J tzg . The contest for school children of fered in the last issue of the. .Record will close next Tuesday morning and. all solutions should be in the office by that time. The prize will be a box of nice candy and can easily be won with a few Get busy and send in moments work. H 31 your solution. NEW MANAGEMENT. The Gurnee Amusement Co , the lessee of the Roman's opera house is putting on some good shows at this that popular fllm house. comedian, Charlie Chaplin, will give you a dollar show for only a dime, Read the advertisement of this com cany In every issue of the Record. HANDSOME CABINET. rp u A POLITICAL COURT Small Crowd In Town, Politics sorbisg Questiin. DAY The Ab- - My Prices on tti at rm VIULtl OR rv s i DULL, in . inn is. imiiir u UUUM, VANISHING CREAM will remove the tan and freckles. Ask to see the other REXALL TOILET at ARTICLES Mr ... ROBERTS. . n Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing In the builder's line sucutas Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, 9 Windows. Column Moulding. Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crashed Stoe, Sand, Lime, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber RooflpgV Nails, Hinges, Latches, Faints, Varnishes etc Houses for rent and sale. -- fkf H, ; Win M iNl Feeling that nothing In the line of fixtures is too fine for his tore ana should be in keeping with his stock, Mr. J. W. Smith our local gents furnirher, has recently HOLDS NO HOPE installed one of the handsomest suit and hat cabinets ever seen in a town FOR EARLY PEACE. the size of Lancaster. The cabinet is ('resident Wilson does not see any of the very latest pattern, is finished In mahogany and will accomodate two prospect for an early peace in Europe. Col. E. M. House, his close ineml hundred and fifty suits and an equal and unofficial envoy to Europe, gave number of hats. the President the results of his sojourn of several months in the principal capi BIG PENSION AWARDED tals of Europe, where he talked Intimately with the responsible officials of TO RENTUCKIAN the German, British and French governments, and the information he imTwenty-yea- r old Daniel Wakefield of Greensburg, Ky.. whose eyes were parted in the long walks and talks shot out by a Mexican while he was which they enjoyed yesterday reflected diplo on duty on the Texas border eight definitely the Ideas held by both matists and the military element in months ago, was notified by telegraph ?.-of the countries at war. He alio that the commissioner of pensions hai allowed him a pension of $100 a month, disclosed the various beliefs and cut rents of uubllc opinion In each country This Is an unuaul recognition to mained soldier, as the records of the as to what might be the possible terms of peace, anuMhe trend of public bpin nenaion bureau shows that less than peace proposdozen pensioner! receive so large amount Ion toward the different Wakeneld.who was born June zu. als that have been brought forward discus1895, In Green county; has Just re- from time to time In Informal turned to the place of his birth, totally sions by the press and peace organizablind as a result of a gunshot wound tions. The President has been guided largereceived In line of duty while serving reported to as private In Troop E... Ninth United ly by what Col. House has . ia t. OX cavairy. him by cable and letters in handling the tie enusieu April delicate question of renewing the efat Columbus Barracks, Ohio., .i;v. Hi:.ik J n.. forts of the United State to bring about a general acceptance of medlta- io join !' feairosni the .. duty along the f eflcjin border". won. . One of the smallest Court Dav crowds we nave seen in Lancaster in many months was that in Lancaster last Monday. It was quite easy for the manv candidates for local and State offices to see all of the voters present and talk over 'political ambitions. Friends of the two candidates for Circuit Judge were active. A number of friends of Mr. C. C. rox came over and joined with his from Danville friends in Garrard to boost his candi dacy. Judge Hardin was on the ground early to take care of his interests, and both he and his friends were heartily pleased with the results of the day. It was very apparent that a large majority of the crowd were favorable to the of Judge Hardin, even friends of Mr. Fox conceded that Garrard County would give Judge Hardin a big majority at the primary which is Judge now less than forty days otT. Sam Owslev and Hon. Emmet Puryear, candidates for Commonwealth Attorney were busy shaking hands with the voters, each claiming that their candidacy was progressing satisfactorily. Each had a number of friends working with the voters and pushing the Inter est of each. Mr. A. A. King of Dan vill. who his a host of friends in Gar among the rard county, especially tobacco growers whs sell their tobacco markets, was on Danville tobacco working for hi fnend Sherman Good- - BUGGIES. WAGONS Carts and Harness will interest you Get them We also have a complete line of CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, EfC. paster for th nomination for state Treasurer. He found Mr. Goodpaster vrv noDular in Garrard countv ard thinks he will get a satisfactory major ity over his opponent, Hon. Claude Terrill. Mr. W. B. Mason and his friends were busy getting pledge in for Circuit hi Interest for Clerk, and those who were looking after his Interest think that he will b, an easy winner In the race f&rncminajjqol W H J. ROMANS. I ff Lt 4 1 'ill i Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday July 1 1915. POSTED Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office Phone SO The undersigned hereby pive warning to all pertoni not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of th taw. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N II Price R. L. Elkln V. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. H. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, Residence Thane 41 J. J. LANCASTER, KY. C. Morgan, J. P. Uland. II. and W. S. Weaver We will add other names for 25centt cash. County Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mom!:. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nlcholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. .Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday, 27. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician QIMKa Fitted, futlifictlon Ga.rtnteeil this summer will probably be given on July 9th. There will probably be the Congressman Harvey Helm spent majority of the Alumni present for this FOR OILY SCALPS. several days in Louisville last week. affair. Prof. J. W. Ireland, who was for Men and women whose hair and scalp .Mrs. Alfred Pence is able to lit up the instructor of most the Alumnt years will be toastmaster for IhU oc are excessively oily lulTer more In the after a severe attack of appendicitis, . caslon. warmer months than at any other time. Mlis Berta McClurc, who has been The summer's dust and dirt mingle with The wedding of Miss Anna Chancel quire III with rheumatism Is able to be lor, of this city and William Russell dandruff, cling to the oily hair and scalp. out, !og the scalp pores stifle the hair roots Hawkins, of Corbln, was solemnized at Mrs. W. T. Tucker Is visiting her and make proper cleansing almost in' Danville on last Wednesday at the son. Will Tucker and lamily at Rich possible. home of Rev. W. E. Arnold. The Parisian Ssge is an ideal theatmcnt mond. bride is the accomplished snd attractive Mrs. Will Hays spent Sunday in Lan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Chanfor this trouble. Wash the hair not oftener than once a week, Lut use caster with Mr. James A. Beazley and cellor, while the groom Is the son of Parisian Sage twice daily, pouring a family. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hawkins, of Miss Helen Dix, of Richmond, Is the Corbln and a very prominent business little Into the parted hair and rubbing briskly right into the scalp with the guest of Miss Bettie McCann Perry man of that citv. This popular young couple havo a host of friends here who finger tips. It drives out dandruff, dis, this week. solves the excess oil and stimulates the Mrs. J. B. Mershon, of Somerset, is wish them much joy and happiness on scalp into healthy normal action. Sold visiting her daughter, Mrs. A, C. Hill their journey through life. They will by R. E. McRoberts and leading drug- in this city. make their home at Corbln. gists everywhere. Miss Mary lliggins went to Louis ville last week, to visit her brother, Rev COY GOOD TREATMENT ' STANFORD D.D.D. all Instant Relief for PRES years- Trie Standard Skin Remedy for 'TION Skin Troubles R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky, WANTED for army use, 15-- 1 to 16 hands high, five to 10 years old, weigh 1000 to 1200 pounds., want good, To bay every mule that will do HAMMACK Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Zentucky Faint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. BUCKEYE, KY, Phone 387-Prompt Service day and night. John 1. Casey, Graduate ' Cincinnati College. Office D. V. II. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary at W. B. Eurtcn's Sale Stable, Night Phone 211. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THE Central Record. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eubanks and Mrs Belle Perkins spent Sunday .In I.ancas Misses Mamie McQuerry, Mary Ross ter with relatives and friends. and Rena Pointer visited Miss Nellie Mrs. J. L. Cotton, of Lebanon, who Beazley Sunday. has been the guest of Mrs. Walter Mesdames Clinton Hoskins and Jack Jones, returned home Monday. Stigall visited Mr. and Mrs. Preston Miss Martha Varnon left Sunday for Sunday. Hoskins Misses Georgie Dillon and Mary her home in Ashville, N. C. after to her aunt, Mrs. flattie Kirby. Beazlev visited Mrs. Devere in Madison visit county last week. .Mr. and Airs. J. a. Uaughman were Miss Rena Pointer entertained quite the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert a number of her friends in honor of Embry at Lancaster Sunday evening. Miss Mary Beazley of Marksbury and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perkins and Miss Georgia Dillon last Tuesday even- little daughter. Elizabeth, have been ing. A very large crowd assembled the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey and it was quite an enjoyable atfair. Mr. L. M. Westerfield rtnd children, of Pans, have returned home after visit to her aunt, Mrs. M. D. Elmore. Severe Attack Of Colic Cured. E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely'ill with colic. At the first store he came to the merchant recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it cured him. No one should leave home on a journey without a bottle of this preparation. For sale by all Mr. ard Mrs. T. D. Newland. Miss Jennie Newland were the guests of Mts. Sallie Sampson, at Harrodtburg Sunday. Miss Louise Thomas, ot Frankfort, returned home Monday. Miss Francis Embry accompanied h.r and will make her a visit. Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson and daughter. Miss Mabel Wilkinson, are at home after a visit to Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson, at Lancaster. Miss Margaret Shanks has returned home from New Castle, where she has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II. Kirby Bourne. . t News has been received here from uanviue, announcing tne arrival or a little daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.. M. Fisher. Mrs. L. B. Cooke, Mrs. S. II. Shanks and Miss Mary Shepherd Cooke have returned home after a visit to Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens at Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. B, W. Allen and Mr. George Bonta, of Harrodiburg, were the guest of Editor E. C. Walton and wife Sun dajv- Mr. John Dinwiddie, of the West End of this county, who celeDrated his 80th birthday a week or more ago, is quite ill at the home of his son, John Din widdie. Miss Martha Mcflary, who taught at Pittsburg, Pa., last terir, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Veager, at Ea gon, Tenn., before returing here for James Parsons and family visited his parents Sunday. Mr. Will Lawson and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Eb Cook Sunday. Miss Jennie Hammack visited little Sarah E. L. Hammack Sunday. Lewis Tankerstey has gone to Ham ilton Ohio to set up a barber shop. Miss Willa May Gastlneau was the guest of Miss Sally May Graves, Sunday Miss Mary Beazley has returned home after visiting her sister Nellie at JIammack. . Mr", and Mrs. Lee Gastlneau are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl at their home. Mrs. Edwin Portrt'Ood and Mrs. Josie Rogers made a' short Visit at Hammack Friday evening. A. A, Hiifgtns. Mrs. Ben Jennings and little daugh ter, Mary Margaret, and the guests of relatives tit Paris. Mr. T. W. Jones bought this week throught agent W. W. Hays a six passenger Buick car. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Underwood, who have been quite ill for several days are both reported better. Mr. Valentine Fagaly, of Waynes- burg, Is here with his son, Bruce Fag- alv and family for a visit. Mrs. Carl E. Rhodes and children, of Washington City, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. H. R. Sautley. Mrs. M. A. Beazley. . of Lancaster, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Hays and son, J L. Beazley, Elmer East bought from Robert Long a horse for $125. Squire Newby bought of R. H. Pres ton n heifer for $35. Elijah McMillan bought from Tom Lamay some hogs at 7 cents. U. G. Raines sold to Nicholasvllle parties a bunch of hogs for 7c per lb. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearren attend ed preaching at Buckeye Sunday. Mrs, Esie Vaught and daughter May Bell were vicitorl in Cincinnati the past week. Mrs. Beatrice Johnson of Lancaster was with her mother Mrs. Mary Sanders last week. Mr. and Mm. Cronlet UroadJus and children were visitors of Mrs. Mary Sanders Sunday. Mrs. Eliza McMillan who has under gone an operation at the St Joseph Hospital is improving. Ida Mae and Cecil Sanders of Lan caster have returned after spending a very pleasant week with their grand mother Mrs. Mary Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and little daughter Hallie B. were the pleasant guests of Mr. Jess Duncan and family Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Randy Purcell of Somerset, Ella Mae McKenzie of Mt. Vernon, Lucile Thompson of Preachersville and Miss Jennie Ray of Judion. chaperoned by Mr. and, Mrs Prewitt Thompson spent last week very enjoyably campirg on the river at this place. sound rugged mules. GENTRY-THOMA- S & FLETCHER LEXINGTON, KY. MANN, .iiaiiniir.TTii An average cost of two cents n mile provides for operating and maintaining n Ford car. And "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" assures the continuous use of your car. In J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. bare told us the tame story distress titer eating, gases, heartburn. A , before and after each meal will reliev. you. Sold only by ua 25c. R. E. McRob.rt. Child's Pretty Idea. "Oh, mother!'' cried a delighted urchin, watching the sun break from behind heavr clouds. "Oh, mamma, do look! God opened bis door." Angora Coats Prove of Value. Angora coats hare boen util tvlth profit to keep Are zones clear of Inflammable vegetation on national forests In California. Yes Many People r every contingency there's n Ford dealer near by, with a complete stock of parts. , Barring the unforeseen, each buyer of a new Ford car at retail between August 1014 ami August 0. as a share of the 1915 will receive from $40. to Ford Motor Company's priAts. Runabout 40: Touring Car $1W; Twn Car $Kl; Coupelet $760; Sedan ll7S. f. o. D. Detroit with all equipment. On displaj and Hale at Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexlng ton& Frankfort, Mount Sterling & dealers. For All Kinds of, PREACHERSVILLE ROUGH G. G. COX, Phone 223. LUMBER. see Manse.Ky a tS ,,m... it to 12 9 a.m. Mrs. Levi Bell is quite sick. Mrs. Tom GUI still continues poorly. Mrs. Logan Thompson has been quite To Rowland & Stanford connecting , at Rowland, L &. N to all points South sick. Mrs. Jane Bell was a guest of Mrs. No 23; 11:04 a. m. E. Foley. To Richmond, connecting with L & Miss Allene White was visiting Miss & Beattyville, Lexington N to Irvine Lucy Pettus. & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville, Mrs. J. J. Thompson visited Mrs, a. m. No No 71: 8:35 a. m. 70; 11:50 To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. THE MADISON GARAGE, Kentucky. Richmond. ltol-7to- p. mj fast M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Offlca. lorra BuiMlnj om Uurt A Xaitr urnllurt rlort, Bardstown & Springfield. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. No 0; 6:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with wi'i No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey s Livery Stable. Time Table. Southern Rail Road, Danvil le, Ky. North-boun- Lancaster. - Kentucky HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, daily .4:30 a.m. Spc- - 0:01) cial, daily No. 23 Blue Grass Special, High-Cla- ss Monuments. daily except Sun...G:03 Original Designs and Prompt Ser No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily vice. Guaranteed Quality. Con No. 0 Local Express, daily 1:35 nections at all Granite and Marble No. Limited, Office and Works on Quarries. daily 5:20 Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 u.m a.m. at the Baptist church next Saturday. Mrs, W. P. White was visiting .Mrs, J. M. Cress last week. Miss Lucy Mae Anderson visited relatives at White Oak. Mr. Sylvestsr Thompson of Paint Lick, visited James Payne. Mrs. Grover Hester near Stanford, visited Mrs, F. L. Thompson. A little daughter of Mr. James Pointer fell olf a fence and broke her arm. Miss Maggie Arnold is with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Arnold. small child of George Severance was severely scalded by hot coffee. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King snd family, of near Hubble, visited Mr. and Mrs. J M. Cress. Miss Nannie Holtzclaw visited her aunt, Mrs. Lawrence near White Oak last week. Mrs. John Kennedy, ot Crab Orchard is a guest of her mother! Mrs. W. H, Cummins. Logan Thompson. Business meeting The Alternatives. "I've got to choose between paying my doctor and keeping up my life Insurance policy; I haven't enough money for both." "Stand off the M. IX; If your policy lapses you'll die sure." 'Fatal Mishap. Sam an' gen'l'men," to the Invites guests who had Johnson filled his cabin tu overflowing slnco 8 p. m.. "I'm mighty sorry to havu to tell )ou all that there ain't goln' to be no party tonight, 'cause that white man what owed me 15 cents ain't paid me yet!" 'Ladiea mi her vacation. Miss Emma Nee, of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, is the guestof Miss Berta Jean Penny. MI a Noe is a possessor of a voice regarded bv the critics as being the richest in Cincinnati. Dr. and .Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon entertained on last Wednesday evening at a six o'clock course dinner in honor of her brother, Robert Warner, who is here visiting from San Francisco. Present Ambition. About aiming high. An Atchison man aimed lo have accumulated enough property by tlio timo he was fifty to retire. Ho Is not far from fifty now, and his consuming ambition Is to havo a week's salary In his rocket when he collects his wagea for the next week. Atchison (Kan.) Globe. N. La Dirt. S N. C.P..U... A .iMinpiMf tb. buiMtBS. ..p..l,.. rl llutFor will M.W tS. r- -1 FIREPROOF ! ,su by h.n U mp.u "" Sal Local Contractors or Cortrighi Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. California, a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. Telephone l&l, South-boun- Stanford, Kentucky. No. 5 No. 11 No. 1 STRAWBERRY PLANTS No. 13 No. No. 3 Express, daily . 11:05 Royal Palm, daily..ll:20 New Orleans Lim ited, dally 11:35 Carolina Special, daily 10:15 Loca 1 a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Spe- 0 No. 27 Fruitand Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent J 'phone 310, cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Blue Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. Florida Spe cial, daily 11:35 p.m. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. CASTORIA For Infants and Children the Signature of In Us For H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Always Lxlts Ovr 30 Years Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 1915 his Miss Marion Grimes and Thomas Cole grand-parentMr. and Mrs. S. D. man entertained a number of their Carpenter. friends with u tennis party on last Miss Rachel Faley has returned from Wednesday afternoon. A number of Williamsburg and is visiting her father interesting games were playd after which delightful refreshments were Mr. E. Foley. The aged Mrs. William Ball had the served. Miss Gertrude Black; of Rarbours- misfortune to break her hip by falling down stairs. As the lady Is so old her ville is the guest of Mrs. C. Hays Fosfriends are uneasy about her. She liv ter. On Thursday evening Mrs. Foster ed at her old home place two miles took six couples to Hall's Gap and served supper and returned to town in west of here with her grand-daughte- r. time to take in the pictsre show. Mrs. John D. Morton. There were several other entertain1 ments given in honor of Miss Black. The preliminary trial of Esthrage Al fordfor shooting and killing OllverSmith last week was held here Friday. The defendant was held over to the grand If Judge C. Hays jury without bail. Foster, who is acting Judge during the absence of Judge James P. Baily, presided in a most pleasing manner to all. Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE Mrs. Ossle Hamilton Fletcher, wife down a chick', throat cure. of Coy O. Fletcher, died Saturday of A lew drop, la tbe rinsing water cure, ana tuberculosis, age 20 years. Bisides htr prevent, cooler., diarrhoea antlGtbcrchlckdl.cl.ca. out husband she leaves a little girl only fc bottle make. 11 r illon. of Deceased was a seven weeks old. medicine A all Jrugcl.t.. member of the Christian church. hamplcand booklet on ''Placate, of rowl." cnt riiKB. Funeral services wro held at Mt. Buibn Rsnsdy Ct . UiJtfUi, I; Moriah church and interment in the burying ground at that place. Sold by McRoberts Drug Store The Alumni banquet, which promises and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. to be an enjoyable affair In this city Master Earl Aker is visiting STOP AT OUR THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CapffQl A. R i50,oqo. Surplus i30,000. Vice Pres't. . C. DENY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gll.I., T JENMY. President J. E. STORMES, GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobilo Accessories. R. T JilDlir, Ass't Cashier. . Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J, 11. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. ONE HOP m huikci rumuy ivniacro !, Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Cholera, Capes, Limbernech, Roup, Canker, MOWS AS QUOD- -. uiarrnoea and all Diseases ot Poultry no ovmu, no r.r U'JI Cum. tkftUma. Kr Mm ,"Om d, on of RkIm 4.1 itomi dm ik. Ul J i.ia cUcU Uk lb vr(B ltd laWtM IM (Met ImuuI,. III. Ittf bail tflNUd Kit. t mmJ." , 1 N'f . lid Guriittcd ky ), RolL Cromt, mrditowa. Iy. Danville, Ky. sou by Price SOc t ill Brc4uti. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. f V? I 'antral Ropnrfl Thmfiflv ww Inlv i LI MS IIUUWI THINGS IN KENTUCKY t a 1Q1R ww Page 3 Cry for Fletcher's Notes Of Interest Taken From Old Papers. The firat woman to own a piece ot land In Kentucky was Susanah Iloone, wlfa of Daniel lloone, who very early obtained a patent for a tract In Madl- on county. The first marriage In Kentucky wai that of Samuel Henderson to Elizabeth Colloway. Aug. 7, 177(1. Their daughter, Fannie, born In 1777, was the drat white child In the State born of parents born In the state. The first plow manufactured was made by William I'ogue at Harrodsburg In 1770. He alio made his first loom, while his wife brought the first spinning wheel to the State and wove from the lint of nettles, the first piece of line manufactured, and from buffalo wool the first piece of llnsev. The first grist mill in the state run by water was perhaps the one built by CapL John McMurtry, nearShakertown In Mercer county, in 1792. The first apple seeds were planted In Mercer county by members of Ihe Mc Afee company In 1775. Dr Walter and his companions planted the first peach seed and raised the first crop of corn cultivated by white men, TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. 8atoa of Linden, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was tor years a sufferer from stomach troubles in part a resuu or ma connning He tried doctor after doctor. work. He tried medicines without end. One day he took a dose ot Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: "Your acdlcln U the best In the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking the full treatment I feel that I am well. "t had very severe pains In my stom ach all the time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as. much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. Jly family physician told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I havo pounds." gained twenty-fivMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much anr! whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around tneneart. uetone bottle of vour druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satis factory money will Do returned. e PAULS UNITED will play on CAM the grounds I AT PAINT LICK Tlio Kind You I Into Always llonglit, nnd which lmi been lu mo for over UO years, liua bonio tlio Mgnuturo ol and linn been inndo under hi pcr-- fr Boiinl supervision Mnro Km Infancy. jTjy- y, czttAMli Allow no ono to deceive you In Mil. All Counterfeit, Imitation nnd ".TiiM-iin-Bo" nro but Experiment tluit trlllo with nud endanger tlio lieultli of InfuuU uud Children Experience nuulnst ExperliucnU Saturday-- Monday and Tuesday , contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Niircotlo mibstnnec. Its niro Is Its guarantee. It destroy AVorma nnd nllnys Feverl'hness, For nioro than thirty yenrs It lias been In constant uso for tlio relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, ull Teething Troubles nnd Dlurrlurn. It regulate tlio Ktoinach nnd llowels, nsslnillates tlio I'mxl, giving healthy nnd natural alccp. Tlio Children's Puuuccu-Tl- io Mother's Frleud. Cnatorliv U n linrmlcm nnbntltuto (or Cantor Oil, Pnr Rorlc, Drops nud Mouthing- - Hyrnp. It I pleasant. It What is CASTOR A I JULY 3rd, 5th and 6th, 1915, Under the Auspices of Paint Lick High School and Celebration Committee. The Merry-Go-Round Will Be On The Grounds All Three Days FONSO. BASE BALL ON SATURDAY and MONDAY These Games promise to be hard fought battles. Other Games, Races and contests on the grounds the Fifth. GENUINE 3 CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought If You Need a Culti vator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. near Barboursville In 1760. The first wagon of which history Mr. John West was the guest of his gives an account was run over Smith's Uncle. Mr. R. W. Palmer last week. wagon road from Lexington to Mays-vill- e Mrs. Marion Hounchelt who has been in 1782 by a man named Smith. quite sick is much improved at this writing. FOR HOW LONG? Miss Mary Barr spent the week with friends in Lancaster and attended the Lancaster Raises A Pertinent Question. Chautauqua. When a neighbor tells us that he has Mr. Jacob White has ordered a hand recovered from a serious illness, the some new touring car. which will be first question that naturally arisen Is, delivered on Aug., the first. "How long will he keep well?". TemMr. J. A. Scott, son James Jr. and porary relief Is one thing, but a lasting Mr. Geo. Garner visited, Mr. and Mrs. cure is altogether different There is C. Warmoth og Kirksville Sunday. nothing temporary about the work of Mrs. W. B. Lackey is in Kansas City Doan'a Kidney Tills as the following Missouri, where she has been called to evidence proves beyond a doubt. George Wright. Hotel Kengarlan, the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Stevens Lancaster, says: "i suilered trom an who is very low. aching back. The kidney secretions Mrs. Belle Henderson has returned also bothered me, bring irregular. home after an enjoyable visit with scanty and painful in passage. Doan's triends and relatives in Danville, Har- Oidney rills, procured at It. E. Mc rodsqurg and Lexington. Roberts & Son'a Drug Store, removed Mr. Ralph Meadows, of Lancaster, the pains and restored my kidneys to a normal action. (Statement siven was the attractive guest of his brother Mr. Millard Meadows, and friends, of this place the past week. The box aunner held Mt Falrview Christian Church on Saturday evening last, proved to be a great success. It netting the church the neat sum of forty seven dollars and seventy cents. There will be preaching at Fslrview on Sunday evening July 4th after Sua day School which will begin promptly at 2:30 It being held conducted by the Rev. U N. Bowling, who is highly reHOW TO GROW RED CLOVER commended by the members of Taint Lick Christian Church, where he has Ernest human. County Farm been Pastor the past year. Every one Demonstrator.) should attend. The difficulties in the wav of secur Ing a stand of red clover seeded with Headache and Nerroosness Cnred. the wheat or oats in the spring are so great that it seems we cannot con "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled tinue the practice. to all the praise I can give them," The experience of the four Expert writes Mrs. Richard OIp, Spencerport ment fetation, as well as a great N. Y. They have cured me of head manv farmers located throughout wesache and nervousness and restored me tern Kentucky, shows that the best to my normal health." For sale by all time to sow this crop, is in the late dealers. summer or early fall, without a nurse crop, instead of in the spring with wheat or oats. BUENA VISTA The following method of prepapa tion has been shown to be successful As soon as the wheat or oats are har Mr. John lion is on the sick list. vested, disk the land and then plow it, Mr. Roy Hill of Danville is visiting Keep the field well worked down dur his mother. ing the summer, making a good seed Mr. John I, Naylor was in Lancaster bed. Before seeding time apply two to four hundred pounds of acid phos- Tuesday on business. phate per acre and work it Into the Miss Alyce Mabel Scott will begin soil. Between August SOth and Sept teaching again in Mercer July 5th. ember Gth sow eight pounds of clean Mrs. Oma Hunter of Lexington was clover seed per acre. Sunday. The splendid clover that can be grown the guest of Mrs. G. W. Clark in this way will be astonishing. Mr. M. J. Essenbock of Lexington The next year the clover will be was the guest of Miss Mattie Clark found as large, if not larger than if Sunday. Every farsown the spring before, Mr. Stanley Noe of Uurgin spent mer in Kentucky should try a few the week's end with his sister Mrs. Re sure to put acres in this way. 'Jack' Scott. See on the acid phosphate. your Mr. Wm. Prctor of near Uurgin dealer in time and have him secure clover seed for this fall sowing for you. visited his daughter. Mrs. Will Scott the first of the week. Mrs. T. M. Scott and children spent Cured of Indigestion. last Wednesday with Mrs. J. G. Worley Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, Pa., of near Harrodsburg. was bothered with indigestion. "My Misses Margaret Gentry and Grace stomach pained me night and day", she writes. "I would feel bloated and have Stone of Rurgin were guests of Mrs. headache and belching after eating. I "Jack" Scott last week. My also suffered from constipation. Misses Mattie Askins and Vanetta daughter had used Chamberlain's Sooonamore of Wilmore visited Mrs. Tablets and they did her so much good Jas. Christopher part of last week. that she gave me a few doses ot them Miss Margaret Hackley has returned and Insisted upon me trying them to her home in Georgetown after a They helped me as nothing else has pleasant visit with her niece Mrs. G. II done. For sale by all dealers. lm Lane, March 20th. 190S.) OVER THREE YEARS LATER. Mr Wright said: "I have had no kidney trouble since giving by former rscom- mendatlon of Ooan'a Kidney Tills " Price GOc at all dealers. Don't simply jsk for a kidney remedy I get Doan's Kidney Fill the same that Mr Wright had. Foster-MIIbur- n Co., Prop', Buf. falo. N. Y. We Fire Works t L Display on the (yf M Fifth will be a Good One. THE DANVILLE MILITARY BAND WILL RENDER THE AIRS Peace Officers promise to maintain good order throughout the celebration. Everybody welcome. Come and attend the Carnival and on the 5th bring your 'dinner, come early and stay late. Comic Parade By Home Talent at 9:30 a. m. A Side Splitter. (y Patriotic Addresses on July, 5th, 10 A. M, by Judge Charles Hard! n. 2 P 3 P. M. by Chas. C. Fox condi-dat- e P. M. by Judge Shackelford of Madison County. for Circuit Judge, later by Emmet Puryear of Danville, and other speakers will be present to deliver us messages of patriotism. No political discussions premitted in the addresses. When yon feel out of sorts from const!- -, pation, let us say that if do not relieve you, see) a physician, because no other home remedy will. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. MeRobarts Our Advice Is:' 7 SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP 5ecler, PHONE 27. gallard &c Scott, Suited Her Exactly. Fortune Teller "Beware of a dark man whom you will soon meet. He' will be a villain." Cllrl "How perfectly delightful! How soon will I meet him?" New York Globe. As a Philosopher Sat a It. It Is claimed that the phosphorescent keyhole has been replaced by one with a raised rim that makes It easy for even the most unsteady hand to force the key Into It. At the same time the only keyhole that will fully meet all the nocturnal conditions will be the one that gets out of its frame and goes downtown and hunts for Its owner. Cleveland Plain Dealer. July 4th $1. 5 O FROM JUNCTION Aak Ticket Agent for and RETURN CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5.35 A. M. Particular BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. II. G. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 101 East Main St.. Lexington, Ky. 1m. 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. up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake ' Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend "your vacation at one of thess cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via a WAY Colds f should be "nipped In the bud", lor it allowed to run unchecked, serious results may lollow. Numerous cases of consumption, pneumonia, and "er fatal disuses, can be ced back to 'a cold. At the lint sign ol a cold, protect yourself by your thoroughly cleansing syatem with a tew floaes of SOUTHERN HA1IJVXY of" the South I s allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-over- For full Information aas Ticket Agent. Southern Railway, or writ B. H. Todd, District Paisanger Agsnt, Loulsvilla, Kentucky. Lets In Flies. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his nun famous all over the United SUUs and Canada. Composed of Roots, llarba. Barbs and BerrU. For troatmant of Human Diaaaaaa. Puralty'a ludlan Herbe-- i5 Dara' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Cmno Soap, Pries 10. 1 bars 11.00 3Sa "Your husband Is rather stout." "Weighs over 300 pounds. He's pest In summer time." "How sol" "Takes him too long to get thru screen door." Best Diarrhoea Remedy. Those who attended the funeral of Miss Fernan Askins outside of county friends and relatives were: Mesdames WORD'S BLACK-DRAUG- HT 2U DAKOTA JACK NivtaaMtwa Cmbgf Tie C. C PUUUY'3 ojuoinator or INDIAN HUBS 4 J. L ,JX ON SAU AT Sttraes and H L McRocerts. If you have ever used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Sam F. you know that It Is a success. Guln, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had measles and got caught out in the rain. and it settled In my stomach and bowels, I had an awful time, and had it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 could not pos sibly have lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy, 1 am now well and strong. For sale by all deal ers. Dritton and Brewer, of Harrodsburg, Mr. Chas. Duncan and wife, ot Dar. ville, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stacey. ot Ambrose, Mr. Alex Askins, of Sulphur Well, Miss Blanche Askins of Sulphur Well. Misses Mattie Askins and Vanetta Spoonamore of Wilmore, Mr. R. P. Ison and family of Wilmore. The Death Angel came to the home of J. W. Askins last Wednesday evening claiming for its own the youngest daughter of the home Miss Fernon, she had been In declining health for some been bed fast only months but few weeks. Miss Askins was a lovable young woman, a faithful leader in church work having been a consistent member of the Presbyterian Church since child The many friends extend hood. avmDathy to the parents, sisters, and brothers in this sad bereavement. & Hvtr powder. Mr. Ctau. A. RagUsx- -. Maditoa Htfetrto, Va., old reliftbta, W. B. Burton, 01 uy. lot n, 1 Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky. "I hart dms taiat ct Th4-lord- 's stomach Uwsblesj. fatdlgM-Ho- hl bt aad Bad Itto very beat satdklae trar used. IttaakssjaaoM wmm bei life a rooof oo." lata oa TtudtorTt, Mlqlaal an1 ud coM. The Cevtiral Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. p vi The Central Record Issued Weekly. YELLOW DOGS Title Of New Fralernal Order Here. THERE ARE OTHERS Organized An Editor la Distress Lets Out A Wat JUDGE LEWIS L. WALKER OF LANCAS TER, CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. sssBssIsM I " 9 incortorated. (1.00 i k "" ' 4. J" a year. Setting Forth His Wants. The remarkable campaign for th (liliusion ot knowledge as to the prac Grand Cur, J. L. Gill, Chie tical prevention of lock-jaden. Vice fallowing Scratchcr. Ur. M. K. Denny. Chief injuries received on the Fourth of July POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Yelper, Joe J. Walker and Superinten conducted by the Journal of the Amer dent of Telephone Poles. J. W. Smith, ican Medical Association for the past The Central Record is authorized to decade, Is bearing fruit. In 1903 there announce the following candidates for nmongst were 417 deaths from cffice, subject to the Democratic the Fourth of July victims. Hy 1909 HORSES AND MULES primary, August 7th, 1913. this number had been reduced to 130, FOR GOVERNOR. Changed Hands Last Monday. and last year there were only 3. Hon. A. 0. Stanley. Blank cartridges and similar wounds Although there was very little stock FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Every on th market last Monday, ret most are the great cause of lock-jaevery thing that was offered for sale punctured wound made by an unsterill C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. , (Mice Pliorn; 18 Resilience Plii.ne M The zed instrument or object is dangerous. was bought at very good prices. Chas. C. Fox, of Doyle county. germs thrive only in th following are h few of the sales report- The lock-jaFOR COMMONWEALTH'S d. Mr, Alex Doty bought eight head absence of oxygen. On this account ATTORNEY. the physician should be called at once of cattle of Simon Weil, for 142.60 Bovle county. E. V. Puryear, of head, Center Brothers five cattle of and he will enlarge the wound and re On last Saturday, Juno 2tltli, Jude land independent citizens, the subrnis- J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county W. G. Anderson, at 6J cents, eight move all foreign material and clean it Lewis L. Walker filed hit notification slon to a vote ot the people a woman FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. head of Wm Hiatt. at 6 cents and three out in such a manner as to prevent th and declaration ns a candidate for the suffrage amendment to the constitution, W. 11. Mason. of S.I. Rich at 6 cents. These parties development of the 'germs or seed of Republican nomination for Lieutenant the present County I'nit law with such W. A. DJty. bought of John Tussev, 24 hogs average disease. In order to secure results it Governor to be voted for atthe primary amendments a to 'render it effective FOR SHERIFF. 200 pounds at $7.10. W. II. Burton is generally necessary to administer election to ye held on Saturday, August bevond question. G. T. Ballard, Jr. bought of Sim Clark, a black horse for ether or some other general anaesthe in, I'Jio. Judge Walker's experience at thr $100 and one of John Broadus, for $125 tic. The FOR REPRESENTATIVE. serum is of real Judge Walker was born ami reared Bar nml on the tench qualify him value as a preventive measure provided and of Crab Orchard prrty one for $130. II. Cluv Kauffman. in Garrard County, and it goes without valuable aid in forming laws for For HIkIi Gradp Mr. Burton also purchased of different it is given within a few houfs after saying that we would all. regardless of a better system of criminal and civil parties three good mules for army pur receipt of injury. our politics, be pleased to see him get procedure in our Court so as to avoid 31 I am a candidate for County Court poses for an average of $150 a head. Parents should realize that Fourth of the nomination. He has been a prac- unnecesary delays Bnd excessive costs Clerk to succeej J. W. Hamilton the Wm. Patterson, of Wilmore, bought July and other tetanus or lock-jais ticing lawyer at the Lancaster bar to litigants. He is of the opinion that present Clerk. three horses at prices $luO to $125. easy to prevent but extremely difficult since he received his license in August much constructive legislstion can be I have accepted The Chief deputies Hunter Peal bay horse Fine Finishing Varnishes. Beautiful Beaver a Jim Rogers to cure. Every punctured wound should of . While reared in a democratic enacted to us to bring all of our deappointment in the office in order to for $100. Richard Gentry, of Boyle a receive careful medical attention. family Judge Walker became a repub partments of governmert up to date. acquaint mvself with the duties of good walking horse of Charlie Rogers However slight the injury may Board. Classy in and out Floor Paints. appear, lican early in life, and casniis first vote and make-ihemi more effective at leM Clerk and having fitted myself to take for $200. Fletcher Mann, of Lexington summon a physician who will adopt in a State race for Senator W. O. expense. In 190S he was appointedTy the examination required by law, eleven head of mules of W. B. Burton nergetic measures. Most lives are Bradley for governor in 1S95, and his Governor Wlll'on as a trdstee of a the sincerely ask and solicit your support. at prices ranging $125 which put first vote in a National race for . Wm. State University to $145. Robert sacrificed from lock-jaat Lexington, and in E. M. Walker. Henry sold a nice Hereford bull to T. reliance upon home treatment. McKinley for President in 1S90. His was reappointed by Governor The State Board of Health keeps R. Kuhlman, of Lowell for $100. V. A. belief and conviction in the merit of a James B. McCreary. Railroad Commissioner. Lear of Tom Chesnut, 12 hogs average constant supply of at its protective tariff made him a republican. On the death of Judge M. C. Saufley, OKGAXIZIW iSSj. 240 pounds at 7 cents and 25 of W. M. Laboratory in Bowling Green and can He believes that the prosperity of this We are authorized to announce Bogie at same price, averaire about supply It at actual cost to any physician country has been due largely to this Lewis I,. WSiker was appointed by JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown. 250 pounds. Covern r Cox as his su:cessor and who wires or telephones for it. policy; and that we should have such a Nelson County, as a canditate for the Kirvid thf district as it Circuit Judge tariff as represents the differer.ee in the from AutMt 1910, to November 1911. OK LANCASTER. KY. Democratic nomination for Railroad cost of production In this country, and and his splendid record on the bench is Commissioner from the Second DisMURDER OF THE ARCHDUKE foreign countries, ami thus uphold the! known to all LANCASTER BOY SCOUTS trict; the primary election to be held the people of the district, high standard of American wages.and at Saturday August 7th.. 1915. B. fc HUDSON, resident. and is well expressed in the following .'. J. WALK Kit, Vice I'rst. Spend Ten Da?s At Camp Danie the same time create and maintain a OF AUSTRIA TOOK PLACE resolution of the Lancaster Bar on his W. 0. P.ICNEV, Ass't Cash'r. . JOE J. WALKER. Jh.. good, strong, healthy home market for retirement: Boone. William F. Klair, Fayette County, W. F. CHAM!'. Ca.hler. our products in the United States, and A YEAR AGO MONDAY. Candidate for .Reelection 'as Railroad "We the members of the Garrard our hiotto should be "America for Is the very bsckbone of every Commissioner, Second District of Ky. quite a number of the Lancaster boy Americans." He is also a firm believer County Bar wish to offer upon the resuccessful business. We regard your cr- Subject to the action of the Democratic One year ago last Monday the Aus In the gold standard, and the highest tirement of Judge Lewis L. Walker scouts will spend a week at Camp Dan operation as a necessary factor in our success. party in the August Primary. trian Archduke, Francis Ferdinand, and iel Boone, a summer camp from the Circuit Judgeship of the ISth We hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good service. for boys. tliciency in our monetary policies. s wife, were shot and killed in the lit Judge Walker became a candidate on Judicial District an attestation of our If you lied our service lacking in ajjy respect, you will confer a favor conducted by the executive committee tie Bosnian town of Serajevo by Gar of the Kentucky Young Men's appreciation of his service during his We are authorized to announce Miss upon us by telliiijHS. ft is ow business and our pleasure to imChristian the platform of the republican convenLearned in the law. just Jennie Higgins a candidate for County vio Pnnzip. It was the act of I'rin- Association. Mr. F. M. Tinder will be tion recently held in the city of Lexing- incumbency. prove our system wherever we find a weak spot ip, a poor student, which ultimately in and unbiased, prompt, courteous and charge of this group of boys School Superintendent of Garrard they ton, which provides among other things resulted in eleven nations going to war. will start for the camp on and polite, alike with litigants and attorCounty, subject to the action of the Tuesday for a 'fair apportionment bill so as to These nations are, on one hand. Great Lmormng July 6th. give ail the people of Kentucky equal and neys, he retires with the esteem and Democratic primary August 1917. Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, Japan camp is situated on the Kentucky just representation as is required by respect of every one, and we could wish The Belgium, Italy and Montenegro, and, on the plain mandates of the constitution: him nothing better in the future than We are authorized to announce Judgs trie other, Germany, Austria and Turkey River, at the mouth of Marble Creek an economic administration of public that his undertakings may be crowned Lewis L. Walker, of Ganard county, a The war to dlte, according to con seven miles from Nicholasville, on the affairs; a reduction of the State debt; a with as much success as ha been his candidate for the Republican nomina servative estimates compiled from th L, & A. division of the L. & N., and Judiciary, taking the career as Circuit Judge of this Judicial two miles below Valley View. The tion for Lieutenant Governor, to bi best available reports, has caused a loss grounds are almost under the massive school and State institutions out of District." Voted for at the primary election to be to the various belligerents of more than The republicans In Kentucky could cliffs that are adjacent to Marble Creek, politics: reform of our tax laws, to be held on Saturday, August 7th 1915. six .million men, dead, wounded and in one of the most picturesque, delight submitted to a vote of the people before notlfind in all their party In the State a OF prisoners, and more than five hundred fully wild and beautiful regions in being effective; Hie condemnation of gentleman so well qualified and one ships. Of these about 120 were war America. No boy can look upon the present primary law as partisan and whos ability and fitness for the office those vessels. J. F. HOLTZCLAW towering height; and wild woods with unfair and gotten up only to give the he seeks is so generally recognized as rrinzip s crime was committed on out thinking nobler thoughts and rea politicians advantage over the honest that of Judge Walker. Progressive Candidate For Auditor. June 2s. An investigation disclosed lizing in a deeper sense the immensity what was ulleged to be proof that the of God's handiwork. A more suitable One of our citizens, Mr. J. F. Holtz- - assassin was the tool of a group of camping place could not be selected OIL, OIL, ATTENTION COMMERCIAL CLUBS. claw, has been honored with the nomi Serbians. On July 23, after consider nation for State Auditor on the Pro- able correspondence and negotiations. anywhere in the state. (By George Fitch) FARMERS. the supervision and management s gressive ticket. Mr. Holtzclaw has an ultimatum was s,ent to Serbia by the best obtainable and is A Comrnfrdfll Hlnh it nrt of muni- the result of always been an ardent Bull Moose and the I can save you money, can fill your Government, c,a elevator run bv enthusiasm, llv several years experimenting. All lead his friends claim that his nomination which barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, up-tSerbia declined to accept A means of this elavator cities can h ers are experienced men either from date steel barrel with will very materially strengthen the week faucet, 50 gallon hoisted up to a dizry population and later a general mobilization of Y. M. C. A.'s, Boy Scout organizations capacity, at a low figure, and fill same ticket in this district. Russian troops along the Gei man bor and Sunday Schools. The bays are ith the best oil at low prices, saving the price of corner lots can sometimes der was ordered and the following day divided be increased 1,100 per cent before the into groups of seven each, with ou from $1 to $2. We will sell one car load of UNHHOKKN rEUCHEKON.IIKEU MAKES. Germany declared war on Russia. The rope breaks. an adult experienced leader over them SENATOR JAMES STAND news of that event was followed in The object of the Commercial Club is They range in age from 2 to tl years old, will weigh from iXJ to 1250 pounds. If vou cannot make arrangements une oi me strictest rules oi the camp few hours by the announcement that through your merchant, call or phone to convince the world that its city is These are gooj bred Mares, heavy bone, blocky Jgood shaped and fat, have AGAINST PROHIBITION. a general mobilization had been order- is in regard to swimming, and no one Standard Oil, Agent. more remarkable than Babylon or been raised in enclosed pasture and are gentle, will be easily broken. We have is allowed In the river except at the ThU will be the ed by the French cabinet. Chicago. This is usually done by talk-in- g been soiling thee mares in Danville for the past three years. J. W. Sweeney, It is known that Senator Ollie M. On August 2 German troops entered regular swimming periods when life any farmer or dealer to atabout clearing-house- , building ami best load we have ever shipped here. It I'hore 152. Lancaster, Ky. savers in boats keep close watch. The Jamas has split entirely with Mr. Luxemburg and Germirtiy manufacturing statistics, by publishing tend this sale, as these mares will be told regardless of cost or price. None demanded place is safe, and there is a gradual in- Bryan on two big issues. free passage through Belgium td th .views of the skyscraper district and will be reserved or pulled out of the sale. There will be no by bidding, your urease in the depth of the water. Those Senator James stands tquarely with Freneh frontier. This I the plans for the new hotel, and by price will be ours. was refused and who can not swim are given President Woodrow Wilson, both in tttodays calling the United, States census a liar later Great Britain dispatched struction absolutely free, andspecial in MARKSBURY favor of local option as against pro- to Germany no boy In emphatic tones. A good Commer-- j an ultimatum demanding 11 A.M. REMEMBER. hibition, and upon the ground that the leaves camp without knowing how clal Club can take a city of 25,000 peo- that the neutrality of Belgium be ever ..: ... ti r a t iH..MftiAn President and his cabinet are the ones maintained. The ultimatum rejected, . Mrs. John Beasley is ill at this writ pie and talk about it so enormously who have the real responsibility for IS THE DATE German forces attacked Liege. On the that the man who has read Ita literature handling war matters. The camp is not military, although same day President Wilson issued i is stricken with awe, and asks the proMr, and Mrs. Nathan Simpson visited All of Senator James' appointees in order Bnd obedienre are insisted on: proclamation of neutrality. prietor of the hotel bus where the eleIs a large company of older home folks Sunday Kentucky are working hard for Mr. The following day saw the lieclara rather it vated railroad Is as coon as he hits the election, believing that Mr. Stanley's If You Want to Make Money, Come. jjiss Mary Waldon was the guest of town. tion by great Britain of a state pf war anu younger owners wno trust ana Stanley is the only candidate who agrees New York City is the only city In this .Skinner. Sunday with Germany, and two days later the try to neip eacn otner. uoys are put l,ha with Woodrow Wilson on the temperancs Germans entered Liege as the French ,, .. , Quite a number from this place at- country which is so big that it doesn't question, and who stands squarely upon have to have u Commercial Club, But invaded southern Alsaco. ' The obiect of the camn is Christian the Democratic platform. then half a million authors rnd actors! These events were quickly followed ai nome vauer have been advertising New York City I 0,"a M"ry Senator James has publicly statedhis training, physical development, knowl- by an afllrmation on the part of Italy OF KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. j unalterable opposition to prohibition. nature, recreation, fun und spending a fort night with her sister fct for the last century. tor her neutrality, by an Austrian in- - edceof On the floor of the United States As far as known there is no city in more fun. Some of the very attractive i Hammack, Ky. vasion or berbia, and by the sending " Senate. January 1C, 1915, Senator oy are a splendid boys library, Miss Sue Hessle Sutton hU for her the country too small to have a Com-- 1 japan or an ultimatum to Germany. features study Jamea declared his stand with President This group (the Wantonoit guests Sunday, Misses Elizabeth Poty merctal Club. There are some settlehad to do with the German pos a nature Woodrow Wilson for local ments in the West which only contain Club), special training classes, all kinds and Margaret F. Sutton. session of of which Tsingtau or games, as me grounus are He had Presiin each county. equipped ,iajter Hubert Doolin and Willie one person, but in this case the citizen was the port. dent Wilson's Shannon letter read to with several tennis courts, good base- - rjeaJiy Jr, i,,,ent Sunday with Master combines the offices of president and (!) the United States Senate from the secretary, and fills them both until he ball diamond, tracK, volley pan courts, Stfak Jr. nf near Danville. Clerk's desk, A eft and eood ents and nure watni-- . can snare some more population. To INSURE In a Leading s'r. and Mrs. L. D. Huffman and Sometimes a Commercial Club talks "The people livfng In one part of camp physician is on the grounds at all What Is the Best Remedy For R Kentucky cannot force their will , upon I times and he watches the health of the Mr Ben I'jndextor of Lexington were so much about Its city that it begins to Constipation? OI Mrs. ueorge nunman last Bu parts of the State. Local and elves attention in teaching other think about it also. Shortly afterward This is a question asked us many timet camners week. is given to the people of tich day. The answer is (nt u the city begins to aciiilt cleanlintie, me apringneia ana Marine., V i bucn as " each county which together constitute The camp is open to any Kentucky! Mr. and Mrs. Grover Huffman enter ueauiy, oruer, anu many omer strange the State." white boy 12 years or over who sends talned number of young folks Friday and unheard of improvements. Com- - hi This is what Senator James told the We guarantee them to be satisfactory in an application blank properly en. evening in honor of their brothers, mercial Clubs of this sort should be iS: ktayou. Isold only by us, 10 cent. dorsed. The cost of the camp is $7 for ' Messrs. Lee and Andy Huffman of preserved very carefully m the InUnited States Senate. R. E. McRobtrts This is whcreJie. stands. ten days, plus railroad fare. I'sxton. Illinois. terests of civilization. lock-ja- The most recent tklng In the way of a fraternal order is the Ancient and R.L ELKIN. Locol Editor ond Mgr. Honorable Order of "fellow Dogs", chapter of which has been recently or ORtct In Ltaoter, Ky., (turn) M th ganized In this city. One of the at a. Clot Mali Matter. tractive features of this noble order, to Member Kentucky Press Association say nothing of the impressive ceremony is that there is no 'nltlation fee, every thing being entirely free. Owing pos Eighth District Publishers League. sibly to this cause, as well a? to the virtues of the order, its growth has Lancaster, Ky., July 1,1915. been phenominat, there being atpresent nearly two hundred members on the Rates For Political Announcements roster, with applications coming For Precinct ami CUV OflUes ...$ 6.00 every day. The degree team of this noble order er County Office 10.00 In Chattanooga during the last 15.00 were For State and District Office nearly one 10 road meeting and initiated Calls, per line ror ihundred while In the Southern city, For Cards, per line 10 these of course are all members Lati Far aH publications In the Intercaster Kennel No. 116. and nre in good est of Individuals or exprestanding. The oliicets of the local or ssion of individual views, per prominent in business here . line 10 der are all OS and are as follows; Obituaries, per line Worthy Grand Cur, Mr J. S. Haset . J. ROBINSON. Editor. 81 The Maysville Independant savs; Is reported thst one of the fastld ious ladles of this town kneads bread with her gloves on. This may bo some what peculiar, but there ure others, The editor of this paper needs bread with his shoes on; he needs bread with his shirt on: he needs bread with his rmnts on! and unless some of his de linquent subscribers pony up lie fore King he will need bread without damn thine on." "It isssssssssssssssssssi' arSissBB II 4 fx 1 I II 1 FOURTH OF JULY TETANUS OR LOCKJAW of Health X S cxinenoCaxm THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER Crane's The ehlidr!TO the present day will grow up U recognize Crane's Papers as the social standard of those who demand the best, as did their mothers, grandmothers, and great grandmothers before them, Those who produce Crane's paper!, Inherited their ability from their forebears, the nrtisans of days now past. As rug weavlngjs a heritage of the PersInnOiiamond cut- ting nheritngeof the Belgians, so Is paper making a heritage of the workmen employed at the Crane Mills in Western assachusetts. Complete stock in all the arlous sizes and tints con tinually on exhibition. y V2 L V, jT ?f f JJ Jj V? J V7 yj Jj " 5 Issued Br The State- - Board Of Kentucky. k ? STORMES DRUG STORE. is 4 w. R GNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. ' Lancaster, anti-tetan- STORMES DRUG STORE Leads. House Paints and Oils. 1S9-I- 191-1- , anti-seru- We Citizens National Bank Surplus $45,000. Book-Keep- Capital $50,000. i Auction Sale A ' JJu JLJ Op 3rd- Austro-Hungaria- n o Saturday, July will-pa- AT DANVILLE, KY. ... SATURDAY JULY 3, 1 Danville Ice RECTOR, Coal Co., the place & K1RBY, " mi. I BRANNON ' Klao-Cho- I r. nre' capita!, a.nnn.nnn.nh ELKIN, Agents THOMAS American Company I: I This Automobile A way Will iven . 1 m m sl n r cl sl 17 a J uly 9 3rd, J ssf XQ 9 9 m 9 9 For further particulars call on the following merchants: Dickerson & Carrier, General Merchandise. Conn Bros., Hardware and Plumbing. Theo Currey, Groceries. J. R. Mount, Son & Co., Hardware & Implements. Mrs Joe Francis, Millinery. Harry Anderson, Furniture. J. K Stormes, Druggist. J. T. Rainey, Livery.' J. A. Beazley & Co., Insurance. Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Co. Q9999999999999999&999999Qe999Qi99-99991 9999&99999999999.99999Q999&999m9999999999999 Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until wc advised them to take a CcrsiD About DAIN VERTICAL X:, LIFT Ciarley Elmore. the guest of Miss Liiiii Uettis m in Richmond this week attending the Chautauqua. nd A Prltl Mention of tk Comtrtjs Mr. Joanna Ball is fn Stanford for a in. w Intmittu OtT.js lylhoic visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell. Mr. Virley Clarke was a pleasant visitor in Lawrenevburg Ind., Sunday. Mr. Dnn Hemphill, of Nicholaiville, Dr. II. T.. Prwtins n? T.Tlntin is n was u recent visitir in Lancaster. visitor in hii former home. Lancaster. Mrs. M. K. Rom uf Taint l.ick, U Mr. and Mrs. John I!. Palmer of the guet of Mr. Sallie Ross Lawson. Georgetown motored t Lancaster Miss Virgki C.'cCe, of Springfield is People xzns: Mr. and Mr?. Wm. Bradthaw, hav Mrs. Wm Hays of Stanford spent ror Rent. Sunday with Mrs. J. A. HeaiUy. returned to their hrme in Decatur III.' Four nice rn g.i.den and half of Misj Sue Chenauit of Richmond is a!ter a delightful visit to relatives in barn. Applv ti f'arlton Elkin. Lancaster and vicinity. Mist We regret to announce the critical FOR SALE PRIVATELY. illness of Mr. Goodloe Laekev. who was stricken with paralysis at his home in The blue grass farm containing 2VJ Kansas City a few days . aeo. Very acre3 and known as th John R. Hender- little hope is entertained for his re- on farm, located on- - mile fmm'Lowell I Dyspepsia Tablet before and after each meal. by lis 25c a bo:. R. E. McRobsrts Sold ocly . covery. Miss Margaret Cook and guest Miss Hope Gardner of Louisville, ami Miss Dorothy Boland of Lexington and Miss Mary May Walker of Paint Lick formed an enjoyable hoU.e party at the home of Miss Minnie May Robinson. Miss Joan Mount was hostess at a G o'clock dinner Monday evening, the honor guest being Mrs. (Irannon Beazley of Texas. The Misses Doty also complimented Mrs. Beszley on Saturday at a well arranged course dinner. Miss Virginia Goodloe of Springfield Ky was the guest Wednesday of her friend Miss Lyda Criscillis at Hyatts-vill- e. Miss Goodloe who is a teacher in the Deaf and Dumb school at Colorado Springs Col. is spending her vacation with Kentucky friends and viitinf Mr. a: .1 Vira. W, 0. Goodloe Mr. Steve Estes of Kirksville was Miss Martha havandugh is at home with hi sister Miss Mattie Estes after u plannt uuting at Mammoth Cave. Miss Henrietta Rogers of Danville is Mits Porter Scott Hudsen of Dan- here for a visit to Mrs. J. Rockwell Will cut nil the liny on any ground over which n mower can be operat- ville is here visiting her aunt Mrs. Wm Smith. ed. It's nn Improvement over all other mowers, and we are here to Karnau. Russell Fish of Stanford is here for a Mite Elizabeth Lvr.e of Nicholasvllle vtiit to his cousins Eugene and S. D. prove it. We swear by it, and just want you who are thinking of (Jetting a mower this season, to come in and let us show it to you. We is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I!. F. Cochran. hnvc scores of satisfied use'rs. and shall be glad to Hive you their names Robinson. Miss Alma Lackey of Richmond is Mrs. Tat Sutton has gone for a visit and let thnn speak for themselves. the attractive guest of Miss Lillian K. H. Grimes, of Cochran. to her titter. Yours, for n big harvest. Lexington. "r. on the L. & N. rsi'road. if mile from Fot i tn.l ;r.im two to four miles of five go-rchurches, and one and half mile of the Pa.'nt Lick schools. This farm is weB improved, having a rtsiJeniw. of seven rooms, a large nj.v stoen liarn, a five acre tubucco bam, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and , splendid well. A tenant house cn this farm of live rooms, good barn' am all out bui.di g- - and good cistern. The test watered farm in Garrard county, with seven neverfailing springs and two large ponds and all in grass, except about forty acres. It is so situated that it can be divided into three small farm, if purchasers desire. For further information, write or call W. A.lir S. C. Henderson. on, Ky or phone 357 B. Lancaster Ky. f v "V FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN'. YQUU r. J I Tot flowers of all kinds forsale Bt, Miss Mattie Estes. ii you want a nouse, let us liunu ana turn the key over to you. A. II. Bastin Son. tf. of Key, bearing tag Please leave at Record office, if found. J.'Paris Mahan. LOST;-Bunch with my name. - For Sale. Cherry Store Fixtures & Counters. Mrs. Gllcher, Danville' Ky ForSale. One sanitary feeding coop. Call and inspect at the home of, J. D. Prayther. J. E. Mount, Son The Square Deal House. & Co. tip If so call at DC ARE YOU HUNGRY? for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks IE 3 ! E Draw A ij I Check pi' for the money you owe and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with n man who lias nn account at the Garrard Bank & rd Judge and Mrs. Charles Hardin of Miss Liilie j uukum. of Richmond Harrodsburg were visiters in Lancaster Mr. T. R. Stultz, who has represent was the guest 0j Musrn Lizzie and Russia's Vast Resource. Monday. ed the Continental Insurance company Martha Bettis. Russia lacks only ten longitudinal For Sale. Mrs. Branham Beazley, of San Angelo In this county for the past four years, degrees of stretching half way round I Lot of good seasoned yellow poplar. Mr. James M. Stapp of Lexington ot has sold his agency to Mr. D. A. the earth, and possesses one-sixtwas the guejt on Sunday of Miss Texas, is the guust of Mr. and Mrs. S. Thomas. We regret sizes and lengths. Suitable for barns to ar.nounce that the landed area of the planet. Rus- All L. Gibbs. Eunice Prattler. Elmore Brothers Mr. Stultz. who has made so many sia's Asiatic possessions are forty Mrs. Belle Terkins of Stanford has friends while in our jnidst, will leave times as great as those of Japan, even Mrs. Thrdure Currey will leave this New Blacksmith. . week for visit to relatives at her .old been visiting her daughter Mrs. Cleve- as. He will probably return to his old since the new Asiatic balance that followed the RussoJapanese war. The land Rose. home in Home, Ga. hoiM, Columbin, Ky. Am prepared to do all kind of repair variety of Russia's resources make the R. Graham Trice of Danville was Mrs. Russell Brown returned Wed empire second only to the United work. Horse shoeing 70 cents. Messis. Sam T. Howe, I. H. Ross, States as tho greatest food producing Herbert Perkins, Lexington. St. a stay with Dr. and Mr. here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred nesday from F. E. Darnall, S. C. Vaughn. W. H. country in tho world. It leads all naOld Greenleaf stand. V. Frisbie. E. J. llrown in Sunf jrd. Frye and Joe Clay, nil prominent busine- tions in mineral wealth and timber ' Miss Gertrude Wilkinson of Stanford ss-men Misses Anne. lUvis Mclioberts and House and Store Room For Sale. of Carlisle, Ky., were in our supply. Veriia Il.ut o Stanford were here is over for a visit to her cousin Mrs. city last Monday, having been sent as a I desire to sell my five room house Jack Casey. Thuredaj for the Chautauqua. committee to inspect the filter of the and store room on Compbell Street. "Bankrupt." They were wel Mrs. J. S. Baughman and son Bran-no- n water plant here. Miss Mary Miller Woods, of Taint The discussion on the etymology of Price and terms reasonable. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs pleased with our plant and were very the work "bank" la Mr. Justice t. rd. IJck, is in Danville this vit ek the guest J. L. Davis. enthusiastic in It praise. Luther Glbbs. of her aunt. Mr. J. T. Parks- Darling's court mlgh haTo been car1- -2 1- -2 per ct, pr ried a step further by the Illustration Mrs. M. A. JViuiey is in Stanford Reverend J. RoekweJI Smith was in Mrs. Charles llambrick Sandifer, a "bankrupt." says a Lonfor a visit to t.cr .iaunhter. Mrs. Win. Danville Monday for a meeting of recent bride of Georgetown and former- of our term Years don raper. Tha old Venetian moneyHays and ton, J. L. Beazley. Treabytery. ly Miss Elma Singleton of this place, changers and lenders carried on their Loans made on real estate. If you Miss Jessie U'ag'e. of Hustonville, ' J. It. Mount, Judge M. D. Hughes was complimented by an informal tea business at a stand or bench (bancn), need cheaper money on long time, see given in her honor bv Mrs. Joseph E. and when one was unable to meet his me about it. was here for the t'lisutAijua and the and J. W. Sweeney were in Stanford Marks at her handsome home inGeorge obligations his "banca" was broken G. B. Swinebroad. truest of Miss Currie Belle Unmans. Tuesday afteinoon. town. The house was beautified by (rupta). LanrfSter, Ky. Mia C'hartev E.niore was the hostess Miss Sabra Estes nf Waco was the baskets of wild dowers and tne dining a dinner i art v on Sunday, in honor recent at attractive guest of her aunt room was quite artistic in its decoraThe Test. NOTICE. of .Mil-- " Sue llienault of Richmond. Miss Mattie Estes. tions of yellow and white. Life Is a thing given us for a few Oatley Burke and All persons having claims against Mr. and Mrs. years. Its only value lies In the use Mrs. D. W. MhIi-v- i and Miss Mary children of Silvir Creek are with her Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Dicken enterwe make ot It. Lose It we must, and tha estate of S. Archer will present N'oel of Danville were here Friday for parents Ml. and Mrs. John Sanders. tained last evening at their home on very soon. But honor and duty are them to my Attorney L. L. Walker, at the Chautauqua. Bradford avenue with a delightful al for all time. Why do we see a 'sol- Lancaster, Ky., properly provven. on Misses Katharine and June Letcher diers' mounment" In nearly every town or before July 3rd. 1915. Mr. Rutsell Denton was in Stanford fresco alfair to compliment their visitof Danvil.e were guests of Miss Sue fought for the R. C. Dudderar. for a visir of several days with his ing cousin. Miss Violi Ileugle of Lan- of every atato which Shelby Mason during the Chautuuqua. Union? Not because these men lived, caster Kv- - About forty guests were but daughter Mrs. Fish. because they died. Agnes Rep-plle- r, Mrs. Her. D. Herndon and little son present and Mrs. 0. T. Lampkin asIn the Atlantic. FARM FOR SALE. Miss Eliza Isr.n of Brvantsville was sisted in receiving. The lawn was Ansil, of Danville are with Mrs. Hern-don- 's 5 5 5 Trust Co. They know ho is doing business in a buslre ss like way, Iletter open such an account even If your affairs are not large. They will crow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company j THE QUEEN OF THE 111' Kitchen will tell you that it is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good .things to cook with in preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of gopd.coal at a fair price. I Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go;' 8 We give Automobile Ticjtets on every j .wtn sister. Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson. here for the Chautauqua and the guest of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. Miss Kliiabeth Malone of Campbells-vill- e Mrs.W. A. Carson nnddaughter. is here lur u visit to her grandof Stanford, have been the guest father Mr, Win Davi, hikI aunt Mrs. of .Mrs. W. J. Roman. W. II. Hall. Mrs. B. C. Rose of Bryantsville took Mlsset Mildred and Virginia tieazley left toiluy for a visit to Mesdames Jas. in the Chautauqua and visitedjjer parEllison of Iiichn.oi.d and Wm Jones of ents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lear. Winchester. Mrs. II. D, Bowers of ElDorado Aik' Mrs. S. 11 Tollitt, and children loft is here for a stay with her parents, last Monday for Muion county where Mr. and Mrs. Soion B. Henry. they will vuit friends and relatives for Mrs. Ed. Wilkin.on and daughter.. several weeks. Miss Mabel, of Stanford, have been the Mrs. Carrie Groves and interesting guests of Mr, cud Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson little son, Hurtel, of Falmouth,' have Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor anJ childreturned home after a pleasant visit to ren of Stanford were over for the Mrs. J, A. Anion. Chautauqua and were with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson and ton, Mr.. und Mrs. U. M, Lyons. Banks Jr, of Danville motored to LanJ Miss Emma Hays, of Stanford caster Sunday and wero with Mr. and our gifted correspondent tuthe Central Mrs. Wm. Farnau. Record from that place, attended the Forest and Robert Smith of Birming Chautauqua here last Sunday evening. ham are enjoying a vacation at the Rev George Hulfman and mother homo of their grand parents, Mr. and Misses Bettie Walter, Elsie Morris Mrs. Solon Henry, and Sallie Cox attended the Epworth Attorney Gieen Clay Walker, Mines League Convention which was held In Elsie Zimmer, Gladya Frisbie and Mrs. Richmond last week. W. A. Speith motored to Crab Orchard Mrs. W, A. Arnold entertained nt'a Springs for ap outing. course dinner at her home In Hill Court Miss. Blanche Fleetwood will leave the honor guest being Misses Virginia next week for her home iij Rome Ga,, Goodloe and All'e Arnold who is at after a protracted stay with her litter, home from i'lttsburg, Ta. Mrs. Theodore Currey. Robert McDowell, of Danville, was Mln Edna Gulley, who Is an efficient here Monday raking in the sheckeli for teacher in the, D. and V. Institute in that good paper, the Farmers Home Indianapolis ia lit Lancaster visiting Journal aud Incidentally putting In some good word for Center College, f riendi and relative!. e, Farm containing 90 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid Theyoung orchard in full bearing. residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly in grass for the past 14 years and Is now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fer-- J Stationary Science. A medical student once asked tho tility of the soil, makes this a most , late Prof. Parker Cleveland if there desirable home. For further particu-were not more recent works on lars, apply to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davidson, for- anatomy than those In tho college x Alex West, Lancaster Ky. merly of Lancaster, Ky now of Tulsa, library. "Young man," said the pro- 3 have as their guest, Mrs. Carrie Da fessor, "there have been very few vidson, of Lancaster, mother of Senator new bones added to the human body Davidscn Mrs. Davidson, after com- during the last twenty years." pleting a visit to her son and daughter-in-lawill go on to Colorado Springs Literary Impression. ' LUNCHEON for the summer. While the guest of After wading through some f the her ion In Tulsa, Mrs. Davidson was magazines, a man gets the Impression tendered a number of receptions, nota- that as long as a magazlno editor can and ble among which was one given In her get a picture of a pink woman wearing a September A. M. gown for the honor by Mrs. J. Wesley West, the guests of which were old friends of front cover, he doesn't care a bang COOLING DRINKS printed Inside. CincinMrs. Davidson and all former residents about what is nati Enquirer. ot Kentucky. Those in attendance were; Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. W, I. Wilmay be'Tiad nt the Beautiful 8cne Uplift. liams,' Mrs. Bradford Jennings, Mrs. R, ,L. Davidson, Mrs. Charlei W. A beautiful, scene uplifts the spirit West, Miss Caroline Rice and Mrs, J. within, us until It Is strong enough ." to overlook tho shadows ot our place W. Weit....Misa Mary Clay Williams, daughter of Judge and Mrs. W, I. Wil- of probation; It breaks, link after link, Iucorpollt liams, who has been attending school the chain that binds us to materiality; our Imagination a world Kentucky. Danville, and opens at Hamilton College, Lexington Kv, is of spiritual to beauty and holiness. Bushome for the summer. Oklahoma ;: kin. cor. Courier Journal, The Acme it Consideration. "I shall never find another man like George was," moans the lady In heavy black. Tho friend beside her pats her arm soothingly, "fte never gave me a harsh word," continues the disconsolate one. "Why, there wero many times when he spoko to me In kinder tones than ho used to the cook and you know how much we wero afraid she would get angry and quit." j . illuminated with Japunese lanterns. Miss Edith Hayes served frappe from u bower of ferna on the veranda, and Mrs. T. J. Everett, costumed as a Gypsy, told fortunes from a tent, in front of whicli a camp lire burned. Partners wero chosen for the evening by matching the lines of verses. An Impromptu musical program was enjoyed and ices, carrying out the pink and white color motif, were served. The honoree worn u becoming gown of pink crepe de chine, combined with black tulle and trimmed with pink and Nashville Banner. blue rosebuds, - SAoj SPorect t Page 6 A SPEECH MADE BY The Central ftecord, Thursday July 1, 1911 l I candidates for executive offices. In every county of this State, and at every election in this State, and without this State, wherein the local option or prohibition law has been put into operation, it has beerulone at elections held when the only issue was the liquor question, and at all time elections all polical parties voted their religeous and moral sentiments and not their political views. The local option or prohibition question and political issues will no more mix than will watet and oil. An elTort to mix water and oil, ruins the oil and spoils the water. The mixing of the liquor question and politics, always spoils tbe politics and defeats the liquor question. The history of the defeats f the Prohibition Party should be to convince all of us, and to brad ui to avoid attempting to mix politics and the liquor question at elections for executive offices. every Democrat, not I would urg only In Barren County, but In Ken' ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME tucky, If it were within n.y power, to follow the constitution, and keep sep 'FJMMEflVr's Any Good Man Can Get From One To MORA arate the liquor question and their pol SIM Itics and not to attempt to mix those Ten Years To Pay For It. questions, or make them an Issue i a rartv primary, and thereby avoid QE0RQE MUNSON. disaster to our party. Moreover, it I i nave lour first class farms, connot the part of wisdom, ard It is not taining about lifXi acres of Garrnrd Democrats In local opiioi fair to the County's best soil, which I will cut In (Copjriiht, 1913, by W. 0. Cliajman.) have forced upon them In THE WELL KNOWN LAWYER counties to Faddy Sbeeban looked at Tim Mur to parcels to suit purchasers, In amounts Is party iirimanv, by candidates, an irom live acres to an entire farm. phy with withering scorn. sue on the State widn question in 310 actes, fertile soil, on good pike, "You want to marry my Kathleen?" KENTUCKY Of SOUTHERN race for the nomination for Governor. roared the "who ara two miles from a thriving village and It Is no time for it. It is not good you? A penniless pup, a a miles from one of the best gradd , li Ad A Recognized Stale Wide And Nation Democracy. It Is alright to demand t "To quote your own words, Mr, schools in th State, conducted by four candidates for offices of Representative Sheehan, were you not a penniless experienced teachers, children conveyed Wide Prohibitionist Upon Tit Liquor and Senator, a declaration of the! canine yourself once?" Inquired Tim. to and from school at the expense of "1 was, sor. And proud of ut," an the District; Intelligent, cultured and views on all moral and Social questions, Question, In Introducing Tie Hon, swered the old man, relapsing Into his hospitable people for neighbors, In two including local option and prohibition, 0. Stanley To An Audience At Glasgow For it Is their duty to enact laws and native dialect. "And I made a million miles of High Bridge, where boating. for meself by honest labor. When and other methods of entertainment Ir., On June 21st, Which Taxed The propose constitutional amendments way pertaining thereto. But, the Governor, you've got started on the same are at hand. Five room residence, two you can show your face here again Great after he Is elected, can neither vol Capacitr Of Barren Count not tUl then. Will you get out or will tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, ISO nor veto, a proposed amendmant to th I throw you outr acres In grass. Farm is near the proCourt House. constitution authorizing the submisslo That terminated the Interview. But posed million dollar dam to be conh The Senatorial Campaign Last Year to the people of the question of State In Justice to Paddy It must be said he structed on Kentucky river, which will wide prohibition secretly admired the young man and furnish electric light for the entire counMr. Richardson Was Ardent Supporter The Governor has under the law and did not bear him any malice on ac try. It can be divided Irto three farms. count of his lack of means. He knew the constituion, no morn to do with The Buster Brown farm near Camp Of Got. Beckham. authority over such proposed amend that Tim had the makings of a suc- Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good cessful man, even though ha was at barns, all ants to the comtitution, than has the new, splendid residence, present struggling along as a clerk In In the third chanter of thq book of Chief Justice of the Court of Appeal an insurance office. Tbe fact was, he thirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools, is written Kcclesiaite!, it of Kentucky. Therefore, the belie lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. "To everything there li a season, and and conviction of the one on this ques treasured his only child so much that Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 be could not bear the thought of lo a time for every purpose under the tion, should not be a test of his De lng acres, one stock bam, two tobacco her. heaven; a time to be born, and a time mocracy, and more than the belief and This possibility so preyed upon his barns, seven room residence. Most of to die; a time to plant, and a time to convnt on of tbe other. mind that he resolved to put Into exe this is sand stone land and any farmer plow up that which is planted; a time cution a plan he bad long projected. The eternal principles of Democracy in Garrard county knows this kind of to kill and a time to heal; a time to are big enough and do "Kathleen, girl," he said to his lacd is the land that grows the highest embrace the vrep and a time to laugh; a time to local option and prohibition question daughter, "you may as well put the price tobacco, as well as corn and . xiourn and a time to dance; a time to but these questions should not be made Idea of that young pup out of your hemp. The evidences are on the farm Ireland, tut away stones and a time to a test in Democratic Primary for an bead, we re going Itowas a boy. which to bear cut this statement. This farm I haven't seen since We'll gather together, a time to embrace, and executive office. It is neither the time see tbe old home, and and Nora Fin-nert- is located on tne Kemper Lane near a time to refrain from embracing; place therefor. nor the Democracy Maybe she's married now, and Lexington pike. lime to get, and a time to lose, a time means more and The Beazley farm, one and one halt treats men better than maybe sba ain't." to keep and a time to cast away; atime that. Its principles Kathleen knew all about her father's miles from Lancaster, on Lexington are big enough and to rean and a time to sow; a time to broad enough and high enough and deep boyish sweetheart, whom he bad prom- pike, 290 acres, good brick residence. keep silence and a time to speak; a enough to embrace every social ar.d ised to marry when he sailed for tobacco barn, stock barn. In reach of time to love and a time to hate: a time moral question including the local op America years before. He had mar- the Lancaster Graded school. The soil memory Is f war, and a time ef peace." splendid, well waterej and the farm tion or prohibition Issue, and Demo ried another woman, but the of hlf- first love had always been I wish it was with in my power to cracy is good enough not to make these green fronts one and one quarter miles on with him. mind and kring this eternal truth to the a test cf ones Democracy for an execu It la probable that. In spite of her the Lexington pike, in easy reach of keart of every Democrat in Kentucky tive or judicial office. They are big father's Injunctions, Kathleen did town and the entire front can be used We have five candidates for the nough and broad enough to found and contrive to see Tim before sailing. as building sites, which I propose to Democratic nomination for the office of build - Anyway, hardly ship passed cut in any size to suit purchaser. and maintain upon them, a Governor of this Commonwealth. It is eons government by righteous right- Sandy Hook thanhad tbe Mr. Sheehan, strollI will exchange any ot this property people a time to nominate one candidate for this and for a rightous people. They are ing upon the deck, came faco to face for Garrard county property at the kigh office; it is time to love and not man. same price I will sell for cash. If you saving our country With all with the young you time to hate; It is'time to gather todoing here, you wish to exchange, come with yours what are of my heart, I believe, and am con gether stones for the battle against the vinced scoundrel?" he shouted. priced as you would sell for cash. You that when the God of all of us, Pardon me, Mr. Sheehan," replied apposition of Democracy, and for the lore saw the of the great the young fellow blandly, "but I think can get this land just as cheap by ex peace within the party and not fur war European war, he called to service to am entitled to take passage aboard change as by purchase i' you desire to in our own ranks. change your location. save our system of government, the this ship." All five of the democratic candidates, Now these are lour as good farm as great principles of Democracy, and You're following me and Kathleen, are men of high order and well worthy there are in the county. If you have man, whose life and character and roared the exasperated father. and qualified for the office they seek. that No, sir. I am on my way home to been a failure in life, stay at honv broad chnstainity make him rise above The issue forced upon the Democratic Ireland to visit my mother." It you are the kind who never dreads by them, is the liquor question. the rest of mankind, like the mountain party If I see you speaking to Kathleen any failures, I want to see you. These peaks rise aboe the mist of the valley Aa to this question I am for State wide I'U m throw yea Into the engine are live farms and want to see live in early mom, and whose intellect and and Nation wide prohibition and until room," warned Paddy, shaking his fist. Democracy keep the blood of Ameri Despite the most careful observa men. Call on or write. this can he had, I am for amending and J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky. enlarging bv legislative enactment, the cans from drenching, to day, the sands tion on his part. It was clear that the e did not attempt to County Unit law, or local option law of Mexico and making crimson the would-bthe voyage. with the County as a unit, so as to waters of Europe. It is the principles speak to Kathleen during Queenstown, He lost sight of him at of Democracy, that move and guide make the forces of it most effective, but when he came upon him at Kerry, Heport of the Condition bat, it is not the time for local option Wood row Wilson in maintaining the standing, spick and span, with a sham-roc- k stability of our government, as well as or State wide prohibition issues. The In his buttonhole, at the railroad the saving of the lives of Americans in liquor question is purely a moral and station bis anger burst out against days of almost universal war. him. social one, and the final settlement these It is a part of his demorcary tc deal You're following me," he shoutad. thereof will be religeous, and not politi- Co cal Tbe interest and success of the with the liquor question as a moral and shaking his fist under the young man's & religious question- - He said in his nose question demand it to be so. Thote you know Mr Sheehan, I'll have who rightously desire its success and Shannon letter that it was a moral and Bank dolnc buiiueM At Lancatr once for all that I have no intention County ot Garrard, Suta of Kentucky, final settlement do now, and have al social question: Can we do better than following you." responded Tim. "I gauge our Democracy by his? We fol ol AT TIIK CLOSK OP BlMINErt O.N TIIR ways so regarded it. have come to Kerry to visit my old The makers of the constitution of low him in time of war. and in time of mother" peace, should we not follow him in time 15th. day of June. 1915. , Kentucky, who were the illustrous and "If you cross my path again I'll eat able men from all parties, evidently of politics? He does not and he will you!' shouted the RESOURCES. Ali the way to Nora FInnerty s cot. viewed the liquor question as a moral not make ones belief and convictions .. t iio.tjom and social, and not a partisan question, on the liquor question a test of his tags he pointed out tbe old landmarks. f.uan aud Dlncouata. Otardrafta tfrcured and uu- no n for, by a provision of the constitution, Democracy, shall we do so? Let us not By the time the little thatched build avciired was as en Due from Banka . .. proposed in the convention by them, make it such, or attempt to mix the in arrived in slant be hand.. n.in question with politics at a primary tbuslastlc as a boy. He drew up tfje Catb on andothrrriih ltema . Check., I. lit 73 and ratified by the voters of Kentucky, car leaped down and stared Into the Baoktnf election 1S.&U it was made impossible to hold a liquor do so for the oftu-- e of Governor. To wrinkled lace of the old woman knit' Fttturt llonar. Knmltare and is out of time and out of season, election at the same time a political tlrg at the door. Then he flung his Total we nave wun us nere today a man arms about her. election is held. Is it not safer to folLIABILITIES. low tbe matters of the constitution on who stands with Woodrow Wilson on Nott FInnerty. by all that's Capital ptock paid ia. m caiu.. . I suae oo l'r t.UJOU) this question than some candidate for great questions that effect our common saced' hs shouted. "Don t you know .arplu I'nod Undivided frorlt. ! welfare. We have with us here today me. Norai I'm Paddy Sheehan Pad' aod taira paid office? Drpoalt (iiblri t lothrck I H.I1J SI In This provision cf the constitution is a a man who for twelve years has fought dv that used tr be your sweetheart Time Orpoalla UMJ 71 age" I1U.017 US wise and salutary one, and without it, the battles of Democracy in Congress tbe lenr Other MaMUtltt not Included unTbe ol woman arose, beaming. and out. He has stood face to face, I.IIU 31 der any ot above brada -the local option law would not now be Paddy'" bus cried. "Back from in operation in any county in the State. heart to heart, to the naked truth of CtlcagC', where its great things Im Total. . 1 170.114 It State ol ktutnckr, t'onutyof (iarrard.9ct. Under It, and the Statute in pursuance things, and hurled the shining lance full bearlnz ol you all these years. But -. I mrM J W .H. K. thereto, one hundred and twelve counties and fair into the face of the defamera yoi mus' come In and have a bite. df ut aud Caihler of the .lnt. l'lr.n.. I'.namerf Hank of our country. He Is a lawyer and Only you mus n't kiss me, Paddy, be doaolrmntr awvar that the aljie atatauivut in this State are under local option law. i true to me ueit ol our knowledge aud tivllrf. More than three fourths of the area and statesman. He Is more than that. "He cause mi husbands away and ne It. K. McKoWru.l'r.ii'lmt. is the Intellectual Grait, Hon. A. 0. wouldn't like It." J. W. Klmora.l'aihlar. aure than two thirds of the population Stanley, I present him, hear him, work Subscribed andatrnrn tt h.fnr ma tMa.nti "lorn husband!" echoed Paddy. f tbe State, are now under the local "Michael O'Rourke, who's at the fair aayoi June ltfl. sption law. The time is neur in the for him now, vote for him, nominate Will Ilopixr. Notary Public. Mr eommla. tooay leaving me the sweetest boy future when there will be no section him and when the ides of November but come In bore's my son Tim, Mr, Ion expire f.bruarj 1, jh, DtStCTOM: and no citizen in this State without the ehall have come, Edwin P. Morrow, Sbeehan" w. R, Cook. W. II. Brown. Alii Walkar inufience of either local option or State the Republican Party and the Devil and looked speechless' Tbe Tom Walker can't beat him. wide prohibition. ly at Tim Murphy. Then, whether or ncv tne occasion overcame him, he More than half the area, and more Baby Giraffe. graiptd him by the hand And In than one-ha- lf of the population of the Heport of the Condition A giraffe Immediately after Its stantlr bts daughters arms were United States are under prohibition. birth measures alx feet from Its hoofs round his neck. The time is also near in the future to tbe top of Its bead. Father, we love each other," aho when there will be no territory and pleaded. "Father, you won t keep us citizens of the United States without part?" Hardly to Be Expected. influence of prohibition. the But, this Degan snee- "If I'd have known Tbe legislature was investigating condition in this state, and throughout clapped one of Its membors. "I presume," han, growling, and then he the United States will be brought suggested the reporter to dolor builaa.t at the town ol Paint Lick, tbe Investi- the young fellow upon tbe back. about by the voters of all political par- gates, "that you will leave the case la Couutyof (iarrard. Btata o( Kentucky, Take her, Tim O'Rourke." ha said At thi Cuiag or Hi'iism on ths ties and at a time and at an election, the bands of posterity.' "No such I giver up. You've won her. I dldn t dream you wens the son of eh? eh ther than a regular political election luck," responded tbe statesman. 15th. day of June, 1915. Murphy they re Is It O'Rourke or Is It bold to nominate party THE HON. BASIL RICHARDSON, i I A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7 FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. 1 cja-jur-irr . mrmca sroct. r Tilii il Jiru ,101. PREFERRED A3 TO DOTH ASSET3 AND PROFITS. Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Monday in March, June, September nnd December. as a whole or in rt, at any time, at the option o( tho Company at 12.1 and accrued dividend. CAPITALIZATION. P Authartaad $1,300,000 $1,300,000 1,437,000 2,900,000 Important features rcRardinfj the business of this Company and this issue of stock runy be summarized briefly as follows: 1. This stock is a legal investment for trust funds in the State of Kentucky. 2. The company has no londed or mortc indebtedness. 3. This business was established in 1877 by C. C. Mendel and C. R. Mengel, and incoriorated in HK):i a3 C. C. Mcngcl & Bro. Co., under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously successful during the whole period of 33 years. I. Tho business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest importer of Mahogany in the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 1011 be7 Cumulative Preferred Stoci Common Stock 10U, 1013. legal proceedings for tlx? issue of the above Preferred Stock have b?n passed uon by Judge Alex. Humphrey, and Archibald D. Young, Esq , of Louisville. 1012, Owtatafldlna ing 1S; f. The 21; 11; 10. 1 PRICE SIOO PER SHARE. AtcrucI Dividend to !c Added. 8c CO. ALMSTEOT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. WAKEFIELD a CO. JOHN W. & D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE. KY. Special circular giving complete details of the above issue of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and iiayment for the stock may be made JAMES C. WILL-SO- N at the CITIZENS 1NATIOINAL BANK. LANCASTKIt, KENTUCKY. Je Garrard Bank Trust "I drink it's so delightfully stimulating" than good, more than delicious. . ei'uc PARFAY is more Peoples Bank ICKSOU1ICKS: Have a Care. A New Jersey man who has been saying that his head is a block of wood has been sent to an asylum, so be careful what you say, even If your cold doea make your bead reel like a bub-bar- d aquaah Boston Globe. Th. Modern Girt. There are girls whoso Idea of domestic science Is to make a sufficient number of social engagements to satisfy mother with tbe thought of their popularity, while mother doe tbe housework. Louisville after calling your "Sure, he's me stepson," exclaimed tbe old lady. "He was my first hus band's son." "You've been married twice, then?" Inquired Paddy. "Three times," said tbe old lady. "And," she added wistfully, as the car drove off, halt an hour later, with a happy couple upon one seat and a Joyous old man on tbe other, "I think I'll be oft to Father Flynn and aak him It It's a mortal sin to have taken three husbands when I never bad one, and a One younc man like that me that never bore any cbtldber." Loaut and lilacounta ,..... I Overdraft. vcurd aud uuaec ured Duafroiu Bauka. Caab on hand Bankluc houm, rurultura aud M Oho JHM tifi 00 Tt 1 3.WJ tri l.OuOOO riituraa Total t,tu U 14,000 00 1H.UU0 LIAHILITIKSl Capital Btock paid In. ia caab. I tftirnlu Fund Undivided profits, lata eipenaca ... and laica paid Dapotltaaubjn'iiocback IU.71S M Demand w 11 I.MI Tina lio!ta. l.'rtlflcta . of It is so stimulating-Wholesomely and agreeably so! There's a "kick" to it, a "come - back" that lifts your mind 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. PARFAY'S flavor, PARFAY'S richness, PAR-FAY'- S 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. -- lu( Depoalla-I'oa- tal Hav IJ 30 so M.HHH suf-tcie- nt a Possibility. met another, and while not remembering who be was. but feeling certain that be was acquainted with him, held out his hand and said: "I am sure I bave met you somewhere." "No doubt." was the reply. "I have beea there often." A man Quit rTtktT It Tonight will "J y U'lh ,M 'act as w laxativa morning - -- R. E. McRobert 3.011 no Put Banka aud Truat Companlta Motea and BUM Kadlacoutrd. 5AW00 a.ouuou Bllla Parable ... Total lli.tr.Dtl 8tatt ol Kentucky, County ol Garrard. a W.. K. I.. Wanda, and It (1. Wood. Prail. dam and Caahltr of the above uamrd Bank, do aolemnly awear that the above atata- maut la true to tne belt of our knowledge aud K. L. WOODS, Praaldanl. ballet. R.a.WOODS.Caabler. Dabaerlbedand sworn to before ut tbUxsib day of Juu ISli rv. u. najanaca. notary ruuuo My a Try it TODAY EXCLUSIVE Everywhere Lancaster Bottling Works DISTRIBUTORS HenciTKere: Everyyyfveretj JA. 'founts'RRor. DoUIci ' 4 Ceuulaiiea Kaplrea Feb J ISIS. The Central Record, Thursday July mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm l, 19 1 5 OFtaEST 2 Page 7 TO EM- -. itttttma An You G.oin'sf to the World's threat est reposition r liillllillllUlimH-HWmiHHfflmimnmi- PLOYEES AND OTHERS. of our readers ar, perhaps aware that the United Stales Government, through the Department of Labor has Inaugurated as a part of the Division of Information a country-wid- e employment bureau. Itis the belief of those connected with the work that it will go far towatd improving business conditions In the United States. The underlying principle of the work is. perhaps, best expressed by the Secretary of the Department of Labor In the following words; Marvels of Landscape, at Hugo Panama-Pacifi- c Sculpture and Architecture, Wonderful Exhibits International Exposition, San Francisco TYPICAL SCENE IN ONE OF THE FOUR INNER COURTS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES AFFORD GREATEST OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME TO TAKE WONDERFUL JOURNEY AND SEE FINEST DISPLAYS OF WORLD'S NATIONS Theso pictures at best can Indicate but feebly tho lntlcacrlbablo marvels presented by tho ranama-raclflInterna ' tlonal ciioiltlon at Ban Francisco to which tho people of all nations aro thronging. Forty-twforeign nation), and moro than 80,000 Individual exhibitors, representing every country on tbo globe, bavo sent to this wonderful 110,000,000 show tho best of tbelr present-daachievements which aro now displayed In the eleven colossal exhibit palaces and also In tho buildings of the state and foreign group, tho latter structures be, Ing built In most cases In n stylo of nrchltecturo characteristic of tho state or nation represented. Mon than f t has been Invested In the "Zinp," tho amusement street of this great fair, where tho world's premier showmen aro conducting the most wonderful nnd most original and purs-tuattractions ever assembled for any celebration on earth In order to put the opportunity of seeing this mostMnarvclous of all expositions within reach of tho greatest num bcr of people tho railroads hae cut rates In bait to and from San Frnnclsco, and the hotel and restaurant associations of the city havo agree to keep their BChedulo of prices down to normal figures. Complcto Information regarding this wonderful world'a fair may bo had free for tho asking by addressing Manager of the Ilureau of Publications, I'rcss llulldlng, Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition, San Francisco, California, who will forward to any address a beautiful booklet. Illustrated In colors, containing detailed In' formation regarding the glories of this great celebration nnd a complcto description of tbo Panama Canal. c 3,000-foosight-seeinslxty-pagI throughout the country for the purpose on the one hand of developing the welfare of the wage earners of the United SUtes and Improving their opportunity for profitable employment,Xand on the other hahd of affording to ompley-ers .... established Distribution Ilrrncbes "The Department of Labor has ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURAL SIGHTS Detail Bhowlng the rich and Oriental suggestion In tho embellishment of the Court of Abundance, at the International Exposition, San Francisco. In this court are orange trees In full bearing and rare flowers. a method whereby they may make application for such help as they need. either male or female, citizens or alien residents, and have their wants supplied through said Distribution Branches," Comparative statistics show tiat there has teen in some portions of the United Mates a surplus of labor, while In other portions n deficiency. It is believed that this cor.dition will be al most, if iot entirely, eliminated by this work. 1 his will appear from the following brief explanation of tho system under which the work is conducted. The United States has been divided into cighteenlsectioiif, or': Distribution Zincs," as they are called, and in each of these zones an employment office has been opened. These zones in nearly every case have been and branch oflices opened under the jurisdiction of the controlling zone office. Thia means that a laigc number of employment officer have bcei opened, by the United States Government. At these offices theJemploverkwho needs help of any kind, skilled or unskilled, be he MliaiiBtiaiussiia iiHiiaiiaitaiisairaiisiiiBiisBiisiiiaiilsilissiiiBiiiBiiaiiHiiMiisaiiBllMllsBiiaiiiaiiri Knd view of Internacolonnade extending 1.10O feet before the Palace of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacifitional Exposition, at Han Francisco, and curving In a graceful sweep along the shores of tho Fine Arts lagoon. Surmounting these pillars sre beautiful figures of women gating Into an urn, expressive of Art and Beauty Eric Is tho designer of these groups, Over the foliage and forestatlon of tho Fine Arts lagoon can be seen the Half Dome of Philosophy and tho grand central dotno of tho Palace of Education. ' Graeco-lloman c Ellei-hau- to WHERE WORLD'S GREATEST PIPE ORGAN WILL BE HEARD farmer, merchant, manufacturer, or whatever his business, can secure what he wants without any more trouble or expense than the work et stating what he desires, and the expense of a post stamp if.he finds it inconvenient to call at the Distribution Ofiice in person. Neither is any fee accepted by the Government from those seeking employment. It goes even further; every postmaster in the United States is a representative of this Employment Ilureau. At every post office in the United States will be found, en applica tion to the postmaster, blanks for aae of employers in need of help and for the use of persons seeking employment. 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This photograph shows tho great building at night with of tho Zodiac over its gleaming suifacc. c INSIDE INN AT PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION STATE KENTUCKY STATION AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT Food and Drug Department Lexington, K'y. 71 made tho world's first Indoor aeroplane flight, tho giant Talace of Machinery at tho Pana. t inrotn iiMi-heInternational Exposition, San Francisco. This enormous structure Is surfaced with Imitation Travertine notablo structure. marble, which Is used on the Pennsylvania Hailroad Depot In NeW York, and other v m,. CUtCULAR. To the Millers of Kentucky: States to the rorth and south of Kentucky have been issuing regulations requiring bleached Hour to be so labeled and we have some complaint that flour sent out from Kentucky i.i not labeled as required by such state laws. The Kentucky law plainly requires flour bleached in any manner to be so labeled, and our millers are asked to inform themselves as to the states in which similar law is in effect, and to comply View of architect's perspective of huge hotel on the exposition grounds at San Francisco. Visitors to the with all such laws. There U We have had general complaint from great world's exposition at St. Louis In 1904 will remember the nuco Inside Inn at that exposition. t5 a number of Kentucky millers, who da similar large building at San Francisco, with a capacity of accommodating thousands of people. Is The location of near the great Palace of Fine Arts. The Inside Inn a city la Itself building Is within tho expctltion grounds, not bleach, that other mills, who d bleach their product, do not lab:l to show the lact, and thus obtain an on- - Pay and Receive Your Subscription To The Central Record, 1915. 1000 Votes on the Pony Contest Which Closes Saturday, July 3rd. fair advantage. Pending the final settlement of the hw ami facts relating to bleaching, there is no doubt but that the Kentucky law requires the label to state the facta of bletching, and there is no honest reason why the consuming public should not know If the flour li f o bleached. it. M ALLEN. Head of Departmeat Page 8 taoQQ'QQ The Central Record, Thursday July ! 1 1915. FRUIT i The Womans Club tKdltedB?TheVomauerin , KENTUCKY POLITICAL NEW! JAMES P. EDWARDS ANNOUNCES FOR LIEUTENANT QOVERNOR, Louisville, Ky, Juns 2$, 1915. (Special Correspondence) Hon. James P. Kdnarda, of Jefferson County, one of ins most prominent lawyers In tha state, has announced his candidacy :or the Democratic nomination for lieutenant Governor. His platform Is, briefly, better schools, Improved " highways, economy In state affairs, abolishment ot unnecessary expensive oXres, revision ot tax laws so at la relieve overtaxed properties and t.ixn- t'on ot sncn prooertr as now avoids taxation, favors the present County Unit Law for regulation of the llnuor traffic as passed by the legislature In compliance with the Democratic platform ot 1911, which Is the fundamfnt.il law of the party, and opposes State- wiao pronioition as unnecessary as a temperance measure, a menace to th overburdened taxpayers, and contrary iu uuui tne national and state platforms of the party. Mr. Edfards waa a candidate for Lieutenant Governor In 1911. and defeated by Mr. Edward J. McDermott, the present Lieutenant Governor, now a candidate for Governor, by a plurality of 1.E62 votes In the State, though Mr. Edwards carried Jefferson County over Mr. McDermott by over pub-H.- SUCCESS WITH SWINE SPRAYING Hog Is by Himself Italy li Indebted to a woman, Signoia llardoli of llologua, for the in to neutralize vention of a gauze ma-tthe effect of nfphyxiating caje.i. While men are preparing new devices for the takint? of life women are at their old task of preserving life. Blanc i; Leading Facts of the Past Week MeDERMOTTS SPEAKINGS. behind af enthusiastically policies. the JcT In all bis great Mr as Economical Doing Work at Right Time Pro Producer of Meat. ductive of Good Results. It Necessary to Have Outfit Ready and Watting Considerable Varlatlon In Blossoming Tim of I Citizens OK NalHIaolt AT USt ASTKK.TCY.. TIIF First Ntcssslty Is Suitable Buildings or Pens Animal Should Be Treated With Common low Sufficient Sense Space. Al- Close of llusincss June 33, 191ft, , Prcsl- Different Apples, When the Kentucky Federation af Women's Clubs, at Its 21st annual meeting In May, adapted a resolution pledging It to work for the Inclusion of a "submission" plank in political platforms It was hardly hoped that such a result would be achieved and that within a month one great party would comply with its request. Yet exactly that has happened! The Republican Stale Platform Convention1, on June 15th, adopted the following resolution among the 17 comprising its j I'a.lucah, Ky, Juno 26, 19l5.-(S- peAh..iCUu' ha, accomplishes greater clal Correspondence.) Lieutenant' .rJults for the development of tlio farming Interests ot the state than nil Governor E. J. McDermott spoke hero . lie Is i li!s predecessors combined, PI.....J.- tireie,,, fearless worker, nnd has done pla. There wera present n number of hn(,, W()rlh wbUe glnC(J h h bpcn office. Prohibitionists and Republicans, anu several Stanley supporters, alt or whom, regardless of their choice for STANLEY 3PEAK8 TO RECORD. OREAKINQ CROWOS IN THE Governor, honor and respect Mr. .I- - Newman is a Democrat of the truest type, and as Cominlsslonnr or ' , platform: I?jBntililff9ia f n vr.tm itrtnn tit a atiiiiAt nr wnm.n .nffrr. ,h. .'Eipressly reserving the right of all Dermott. Tha nitilrafta wa. fh nrxi t print If. Of and outspoken be speaker-eloqu- ent the Issues be deems paramount In THIRD Ky DISTRICT. 26 on. j Fnk!ln, June 191B.-Sp- e-cn Correspondence.)-H- A. O. inehrrk lt.ir TI raitlHratra nf itrpnall dw m It" than an itagra. I I.? Juno !6. 191.",. Diagram of Apple Blossom. UM 01 UMTJ ('rllnrd I'liNka Spclal Corresoondencel. 11. V. Mo OrtlAratpa uf ilape.H due Stanley. on nr alifr SSdari t'hesney, state-wid-e poison In the inner or lower cup. Un prohibition canl',ll 7' i s'm y Prom Glasgow, Mr. Stanley went to didate (or the Democratic nomination ijsTtWTi Total. doubtedly a great many codling worms llll BE Metcalfe county; Drown?for governor, has, been speaking In tho take their first meal In this Inner cup XTiraor KrMtrat.tvrnir nriutano. aa; vllle, Edmonton county, and Scotta- mountain counties this week. I. IV P t hamp. C'a.nfer ot the above aaaard vllle, Allen county. Everywhere tb and In tbe matter ot practical spray At Mlddlesboro there were present twink. duaiilfiHNlr ing our attention must be centered on vnant la true lo the awrar tiial Ifca lait. ataae attendance was larger than the court forty white men, ten ladles, and' thrro l my kwwlr.tte and houses could accommodate, and win- negroes. At London. Williamsburg and W. I' (thamp. Raitlrr. them. Quite obviously the lower cup tllrL MilMerlM and dows and standing room wero occtu Corbln, Ilepubllcans cannot be filled with poison without dar ut Jan lfIA aastn I belora nrtMaMlh, and Democrats In Front and Side View pled by eager Democrats, notwith about equal of Substantial coating tho outer cavity, and the whole leBr.StarrraWI, standing the fact that the farmers nru heard him numbers, and a few ladies. Hog House. It Has a Ventilating woolly attentively. Republicans exterior of tbe apple, and tbe Jit Coniml.alon Kimrri JannirrVl. faM. Atlratbehind with their work and In the mlu generally, who are taking any Interest Window, 12 Inches by 18 Inches. I hand, leaves as well. On the other t. l a I. Wit a an i die of their harvests. in state politics, think well of Mr. Mc the Rear Near the Top, Which Ma II V. Ilina. MrrMra. a mist spray tbat readily covers the The masterly appeals Mr. Stanley Is Chesney as a Democratic candidate. 1 1 Waiiia. Be Opened or Closed as Desired. making to the people to stand by Pres blossom cannot peneoutside of the (Adv.) ident Wilson in his splendid lemur trate beneath the stamens, nor can tbo space allowed Is too limited and ship of the party Is received most ena coarso spray thrown straight up frequently see big, heavy sow REPORT OF THE CONDITION thusiastically. It Is apparent every In about a week AUTOMATIC BRAKE ON WAGON with hardly room to turn around in the from the ground. where that the people want a busln-the green sepals fold over and Inclose diminutive apartment that, previou administration, with such a revision of. tax laws as will enable the sta.a Device I Applied When Vehicle Starts to farrowing, served them as sleeping the calyx cavities, and then It Is Im possible to give a complete coating to tq iuy off the $2,000,000 state debt. quarters. to Move Forward Without Draft BANK, the Inner cup, notwithstanding that without laying ady heavier tax burden Small breeds should be allowed From Team Ahead. upon the farms, live stock and othnr at the same time tbe stamen bars are space of not lesa than 8 feet by tangible property that now pa) a the Meditative drivers sometimes forget feet. Increasing In the case ot the shriveling. expense or government. Millions upon tNo. i m:i.) There Is considerable variation In larger breeds up to 12 feet by 8 feat, to put on the brake, or their wagons OK I. NCAHTKR. Kt millions of property that escapes pays no taxes must be may be so loaded that they cannot get or 12 feet by 10 feet, and to prevent tbe blossoming period of tbe different and There Is also TiiBCloseorBDsiness. Jooe 23 1915 put upon the tax duplicate and nude to the brake rod to throw it Into place, tbe young pigs from being crushed varieties ot apples. to pay its share ot the taxes necessary says tho Farming Uualness. Here Is against the wall It Is a good plan to son variation between the falling of the unfolding of the the petals to pay off the state character ot the citizenship, and tend roads throughout thedebt, build good shown an automatic brake for wag- tlx a strong rait around each aide ot sepals. Theand KK.aorKCK. state, and imcentral flower of each MT. HEBRON the farrowing place, at a height of tu cause disrespect for other laws. taanaanddlaroiinia IITI.7l m inula aa from seven to nine Inches from tbe cluster Is generally more advanced, OvrrriraUl. areured I from l'aducah, Mr. McDermott went prove the school system by having to Marion, Sturgla and Morganneld, longer terms In the country and better i floor and a similar distance from the and Is most apt to set fruit. As these I? in?iirrti. paid teachers. H. tlliuda dtpoallr-Co ai'mfteir flower close first the spraying should wham he addressed rather small audiMrs. Sallie Jennings and wall. Vjao wl .VUaM od rnlatlnn (iar The County Unit Law, passed by the tact normally be timed for them. However, livrurlllaa othervalual l. H. Utoda than of Lexington are with her sister ences, owing to the crops.that farmera last legislature, meets the approval of This will prevent the sow flounder aro'busy with their inoi iDclndlnr atoeka) ownad nn It sometimes happen tbat the most ing down with her back against th the people. They do not want to exMr. A. S. Dean. U.0OO on Plrdcrd lawu nu prohibition, periment with state-wid-e lo atofk ol Kedarat pen and provides a refuge advanced blossoms may be destroyed side of tbe Mr. and Mrs, Ltm Teater and chill Bank when under the County Unit system for the youngsters who can' get under by a late frost, and the entire crop amount dren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. every county can vote out the saloons come from belated lateral blossoms. il.fHU) li.inotai noMM tbe projection. FROM im rti NEWMAN WITHDRAWS any time a majority of the people non. Edd Grow Sunday, M.0 (f It Is a great mistake to provide the Obviously In such a case th time for hanklna IjOuoio GOVERNOR'S RACE. furnlturaauil fliluraa want to do so. The taxpayers do not :.'0 ui calyx spraying would be abnor- lluatnm Kadaral Kfaarvt Bank Messrs Edd Grow and H. it. MontSai CO farrowing sow with a large quantity tb want to destroy the $100,000,000 of tin from approva-- rarTr af anla mally late. gomery sold some fat hogs to Mr. V. of bedding, under ordinary clrcum Frankfort, Ky., June 23, 1915. (Spe taxable property In the state that Is in s. lork i uiraiu and ut Since tbe time tor calyx spraying IIjh: ai Lonla stancea there la no better beddlag ma A. Lear at 7c per lb. with-- I paying nearly a million dollars a year Correspondence.) The cial Due tmm anprovad raaarvr In taxes, and place upon the farms, terlal for pigs than good wheat straw Is limited to a week, or but a few days In othar rearrve clilaa icrnti II r.TU 7 IW Mr. and Mrs. I. 15. Duncan and drawal of Commissioner ot Agriculture factories, live stock and other prop more. It Is necessary to bave the spray !a from bank a and haukera (oitiar but for the farrowing sow a moderate or daughter of Coy were the guests of Mr J - w- - Newman from the race for Gov erty, already too heavily taxed, tbat than Ineludad 21 y outfit ready and waiting on time. It Chackaon bankaIn nthe at quantity of short stuff Is preferable to aamaeltj in would be and Mrs Jess Duncan Saturday night ernor was somewhat ot a surprise to additional burden, which Is this spraying that determines tbe or town aa reporting bank v2 V the long materials. In which th pigs Automatic Wagon Brake. prohibition many, although It was conceded that necessary It state-widand Sunday, are apt to get tangled and unable to number of pump required for the or Kracuonal enrrruft, nlrkala 7 IS 7 and ranta were adopted. III chard. If tbe orchard la so large that kiotra of othar National Ranaa I, IIS OS Messrs. Job Marsee and Edd Grow Harry McChesney, backed aa he ia by Thelogan, "Stand by the President ons. It waa Invented by an Alabama escape quickly out ot tbe way of l.awrCL Haaiara in nana. the pump Is taxed to furnish the Tntal Mnnav rrttlll-ala..- . League and General and the Democratic platforms, state man, and the patent office baa recent clumsy mother. the delivered to V. A. Lar some lambs at i.TSA Ad coin anJ ly granted a patent for It Tbe brake I nolaa s.ll tfl The question whether at farrowing 7Jc per lb. He also bought of Mr. Edd Percy' Haley, bad much the larger fol and national, upon which the party Is automatically applied when Kund Uh L.a.Traaa-nrvrtno- i tbe time the sow should be left to her lowing among the "extra drys," aa Mr. has won Its greatest victories," meets more than Moo alrGrow a bunch of sheep for $135. wagon starts to move forward without own people. v rnlailoni ZJ" ou devices, or assisted In any way Newman expresses It. Evidently Mr. the hearty approval ot the draft from the team that Is hitched, In taking charge of the pigs until tha Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sanders and Newman realized that he could not Total. IX.TM I il and when the bottom ot tbe incline Is birth Is complete, is much debated by children of Lancaster were with Mr. r make much headway as a A BIG MORROW ADDRESSES reached and the forward movement of pig breeders. She should certainly be LIABILITIES and Mrs. H. K. Montgomery aV ?... and at- against the candidate selected by Dr. Capital itork paid in I M.0M on CROWD AT SHELBYVILLE. the wagon without hitch null stops, watched. tended preaching here Sunday. Hurpluafund ai.oog 00 League superPalmer, the he brake automatically release again I'ndlvldrd wonta. f!3.tt II In many cases tbe sow farrows dur Mrs. E. P. Scott who spent several intendent, and O. K.'d by Senator Kraartrd tor 7aiaa.... .. I ITS 41 Sbelbyvllle, Ky., June 25, 1913 (SpeNote the slot In the tongue ot tbe wag ing the night and with her UwiTiT days in Jessamine returned home 5jat Beckham and General Haley. (he are pinned luLa.a ruira nl Although Mr, Newman was first cial Correspondence). In the rock- on where tbe double-tree- s urday accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs, candidate to announce for Governor ribbed Democratic stronghold of Shel and tbe automatic arrangement at pigs all right and comfortable In the tara.tand laieapald .. lljtlt 11 !.(,: Clrcniatlnt Notaa ie,ou)ee Buford Teater and little son Stanley. e prohibition platform, by, tbe Hon, Edwin P. Morrow had a ones becomes clear to one studying on a amount on band and l.aTrvaaurr for radrinptlun In Mrs. Nannie Clark and daughter of and had the endorsement of the W, C. very large attendance to hear him tbo sketch. M X ur in Italian U.I00 l T. U., the pioneer temperance organiDua to approved r.arvad Ind, Mr. Shelton Teater of Mercer and zation of the state, the powers that speak last Tuesday evening. Demoas well as aienta in otbar reaarvt 'Mr. J. E. Montgomery and family spent were to direct the campaign did not crats and Republicans, to bear him. IMPORTANCE OF CULTIVATION IA) II rltlra Spraying From Above 80 th Poison many ladles, turned out Dor to batiVa and baukara Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dun look with favor on his candidacy. Mr, ft iffaj nntAii that nlthnnirh Mr Mnp. Will Enter th Calyx Cup Is Most (othar than Included InkorS iM 70 McChesney was selected as the stand-- row Bpoke When Work In Garden Is to Be Dona mgtx be had a larger can. iniiiviiiiiai nvpoeite annjeri Effective. ard bearer of the prohibitionists. HU . crowd than Mr. McChesney had a By Horse Rows 8hould Be Long loebrek. Iiu.nl; St .. ltev. Sebastsin of Teatersville de- neaoiiuaners are ousy. w in aoi pi ISS.II? il large week before on County Court day. and Narrow. spraying on time tbe work may be Side and End View of a Durabl and livered an interesting sermon here force of clerks, and ample funds to Kd Worrow be 8 fammariy Total begun wben about EO per cent of tbe Warm Hog Hous Covered With called by everybody. Is a most attrac- a large and attentive audience, make an aggressive campaign. An important consideration In plan petals are off. At that time there Is HTatsorKiNTrcav.CocKTvaraisstaD.aai !n his card of withdrawal Mr. New- Drop Siding. ve spa4kar and off the platform U ning the garden Is the kind of cultiva and was the guest of his uncle Mr. roan .say.- he has canvassed and very little nectar left In the bloasoms 1. M. Caihlar ot lb alwia the best handshaker, and wears the tion to be given. Horse cultivation morning, named bank, do .olemnlt aoear that tbe above John Hamm. spoken In more than forty counties, dapples ,mile of any man In but it Is not always so and to attract the bees, so there will be aiatement la true to the beat nl my knowledge has concluded that there are only tucky am f the Democrats make Is recommended whenever possible, hundreds ot young pigs are lost an but slight harm. It any, dono to tbose and belief. . V. l)aiv. ("avhlff. two candidates for Governor who are ttny' eriou, mtake In choosing their and where the work Is to be done nually and not a few sacrificed sows friendly little visitors. HubaerlUd and awnrn to before ma lh.tU seriously considered In the race. canddate for governor, many a mainly by means of horse tools the are the result of tbe want of a capable tV. K Champ. daj ot June 191a. bo did not mention names. It c,.at wm j,ear .Morrow's eloquent voice garden shodld be long and narrow attendant. Notary mblle. Mr t'omtnla.lon persuasion of fee COLUMN! is conceded that he meant Stanley and amj COrdla.I the magnetictbey go into the with tbe rows running the long way, It Is certainly an advantage to bave SOME GOOD INCUBATOR HINTS Coaatcv Atteati eiplrea Itntl, McChesney. Furthermore, be says the hi9 FARMER'S hand when Tbe garden should have no paths an experienced man at hand while the II. t'uciiaai) I Democratic party la facing a crisis uootn on .November election day. across the rows, but turning spaces sow is farrowing, but there are many B 8ur Mschlrjs I Standing Level J. K. Ntoai. tlilrectora. IIIIUMJmJ that may endanger its success, unless . After t,0 .peeing, a number of should be left Alsi It. Paiat.l "I ana Keep poor Closed During Ill at tbe ends. For band ovlls associated with untimely or un harmony Is restored and all unite for Democrats, and ardent temperance' Hatching Othr Points. npace below ih.t tintf ut ! foi itie nclu-l?- r victory in November, which he pledges man, met Mr. Morrow, and told mm cultivation tbe rows can be much due Interference. aid In accomplishing. Tbe closer together, and may run across in oof our Urineriu nerlr. and l lor himself toand unanimity ot tbe Repub- tbat tbey agreed wltb him on tbe To Remove Indelible Ink. harmony In running any Incubator, the fol question, believing tbat tbe Coun the garden. In the suggested plan the mIb nock. nm ul ucU tiling on Kqual parts ot ammonia and turty Unit law waa all tbat Is needed to where the distance between tho rows POULTRY AND GARDEN STUDY lowing are Important points to re Urni i ibc Itrmur cannot afford to milrer- - lican platform convention at Lexingpentine will remove the most obstithey reaffirm- banish tbe saloon from any county Is tlM. No l!Otlc l .ct.Dttrl out lour ton this month, at which less than two feet, cultivanate indelible Ink. Saturate well nnd w ,De Hum, aud will b.culrla two i..n.. nf unit iiw. ana uecuneu , where a majority of the people are tion wltb a wheel hoeband coutem Some Essential Point Necessary to member: the 1 is Test on seventh day. ,0 '"8 anv state-wiu- e in ta -- n. opposed to them. The recent wet and plated. nib hard. scoiK.tireofehirM Raising and Keeping Chlcksns If a band cultivator or wheel Temperature 103 degrees. with Judce O'Rear and Dr. dry election In Shelby county proved, Given by Student. hoe Is not available, the rows should pledging their support to the Repub- to them that state-wid-e Fill lamps every evening. prohibition Is Sure of His Facts. For Sale;-good surrey and a good lican ticket, was a distinct warning not necessary, for they voted out sa be at least two feet apart to give Cool egg after fourth day. At one of the agricultural normal Reorge made a statement to hla aunt that the Republicans are to be In the loons, and tbe counlT Is now as dry as sufficient space for tbe borsa cultiva as new break-carTurn egg after fourth day. schools short courses In agriculture, running this fall, ready and anxious a powder horn. At the same time tor. which she rather doubted, nnd aakod, Straight lines should be fol G. I). Swinebroad, Never cool below 85 degrees. to take advantage ot any Democratic ' tbey do not want to destroy the vast lowed, no matter "Are you not mistaken?" He replied. what method of cul student gave tbe following answers to Keep butpers perfectly clean. tney oeiieve mat a male- distilling properties In the state that true Is used. the question: What objects are to be Tiun hundred feet of hsrd wood door-- j miauutes. "Aunty, when I tell ou It Is, It arc." Turn eggs very twelve hours. Wide prohibition Democracy will asPay nearly a million dollars In taxes, obtained In tbe study ot poultry and ing for sale. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. sura Republican victory this fall. Tor for If tbey do, tbey well know 'that Do not turn flame up too high. Is the other property, already heavily taxed, HOGS NEED CLEAN QUARTERS garden; Keep machine out of sunlight. that reason Mr. McChesney Pictures to B Avoided. Some of tbe moat essential points FOit SALE;-Put In a new wick for every batch, McCormick binder in prime favorite ot Republicans, from will have to, take up that burden In A bad picture may In a moment necessary to raising and keeolnx-nominee for addition to what tbey now carry, and Morrow, tbe Ed Keep doors closed during hatching. poison your mind for lifetime, Itatb Rood condition, been run two seasons. Many Ailment Ou Of Animal to cmcicens are: Governor, down to the boya In tbe accomplishing anything Do sure tb Incubator I standing er take poison Into your body Call on, Chas Henninger, Bryantsville, tranches wno oop to get joos unuer j tbat without Slssplng In Warm Houass, Thn 1. Have good healthy fowl to be for real temperance, level. through your mouth than Into vour Feeding In Cold Places. a Republican adsffplatratlon. With a aute. treasury already over gin wltb. Discontinue cooling after eighteenth mind through your eyes. , e Nevertheless, gr. Newman declares, two million dollars In debt, the 2. Of a suitable age. not too old. day. the good Democrat be Is, "Tbe pavers do not fanoy adding another FUJI (Br WALTBIl B. LBUTZ.) S. Keep the coops clean and free of in good power In ' million on account of pro- Democrats will continue In Discontinue turning aftr elghtMnta Cough among; tbe bogs way be due condition, win sell cheap. itemucay. ana indicate to tne worm nibltlon, for tbey know tbey will have to very dusty quarter. Wltb young vermin. day. 4. dive plenty of dust for dust D. White Marsee. tbat Kentucky labehlnd tbe National the whole thing to pay In the end. hogs Add moisture only wben air etl Is it I frequently due to minute Oaths. Democratic administration, and In line while the office seekers who are too small. In (be bronchial Wanted M head of cattle to grare, for the presidential election In 1918." a. Have good food and measured riding tbe prohibition Issue can take threadlike worm Don't let temperature run down 4vlt- Some say tkat Mr. Newman feels , It easy, Tbe bankrupt neighboring tubes. A soft, backlog cough is good grass, p'enty of water. rations. Ing, patching. that President Wilson's opinion tbat Jt'ei ot West Virginia and Tennea-loca- l very common symptom of bog cbolera. 6. Dry mash must ba siren. Are You Woman Go. Denny, e prohl-option, aodnot Hogs also hav tha common forms each wltb a debt or twelve 7. Have of tbe food Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D. 1 Is the pnicer method of con- ion dollars and atate-wld-e prohibition, of bronchitis and pneumonia, Just like vegetable Soak Plant Thoroughly. or grass. trolling tbe llquotf question, tueeU the danger signals to Soak celery or tomato plant thor other animals, and people. Hav plenty ot room for th Capt. Elkln hat two riding cultiva-torot Kentucky Democrats, who lul people oughly several hour before trans Wltb bogs, coughs and lung troubles, chickens. several double shovel plows, and planting. This will enable you to aside from cholera ax frequently due . Keep coop fr of gold draft. other farming implements he wishes to carry mora dirt with tbe plant. to sleeping In warm quarter, possibly sell at bargain!. piled up, and then going out into cold Sercre Attack Of Colic Cared. place to fed, For Sal:-Jers- y cow, with K. K. Cross, who travels In Virginia calf. For Rent:-j!acres of good grass Hcaaicte riwtj-Crfe- I. and othnr Southern States, was taken Call 317-People Say To Us suddenly and severely III with colic. At tj are 'Wmum fl cannot eat this or that food, il doe tne erst store he came to the merchant to "Chamberlain's ITablets give thmni cabbage plants. FOR SALE;-Lasot agree with m.". Our advice to recommended all the praise can Colic, Chamberlsin'a Mf). 8. C. Henderson, all of them U to take Cbolera Two write. Mr. Richard Olo. Bawaeewnet.' Diarrhoea a : Lowell; Kv ,1000 Dyspepsia doses of andcured him. Remedy. stqqjgy fit '. 7 h.T cureil me f dWeH with every subscription, No one It good . J,A, leave home on a journey without.! IM-- acne ana nervousness anq restored) M cultivator !! V'" Wore and ftlUsroaoli moat 23c a bo. of his DrDraton. For sal brail' t'tlaV.rmaihealth."" Tor sal.' b'f IcffiS yw4 Mlddlesboro. K A In bla previous speeches, Mr. Mr. Dermott gave his reasons for opposing it,. ,tnniln i, .v,. .v. state-wid- e prohibition. He served In . . i and this question of the people for decision I thJ Contltut onal Convention P'-- ce In the constitution the V election of November. 1917." at the j provision that enables each county to unit, without In- be a The Itesolutions Committee of 13 j ,erferti:C9 from outside counties. In members. 11 from the 11 districts and ,he BCon of 'the legislature. 2fro-nth- e State at large, made it;when the ,,rescnt County Unit Law unanimous. j wag pa,aed maklng the constitutional The committee was addressed by Miss rroTon fuy effective, Mr. McDer-Laur-a Clay. Mrs. Morris Rartlettjt molt stood fof tD0 jerfCrsonlan of the Federation, and Mrs. daraental democratic doctrine that Murray Hubbard, chairman of the ,:e0pi0 can govern themselves on such State Committee having the work in batters better than outslderi can and also by the Congressional ern them. chairman for Kentucky of the Congres- - j tns ne agrees with his opponent,pro; Mr. A. O. Stanley, that state-wld- o aional Committee of the N. A. W. S. A. hlbitlon is not an effective temperance Each woman spoke only 5 minutes, nouiu not urging suffrage but emphasizing' measure, but, on the contrary, of the away, without the consent the political value at this time of en-- ; take governed, that most sacred right of a dorsing the principle of submitting the free people to regulate for themselves, within their own county, moral and Issue. The success of the work is due to tha social affairs, such aa the license or prohibition of saloons. Ho maintains splendid work of Mrs. Hubbard and her. that whenever the people of a county, State-wid- e committee of able helpers, whose elected officers must enforce and also. In large measure, to the fine the law, if It Is to be effective, want so saloons, spirit ot Judge George Ou Relle of. ton .1 abolish Cn.i.tu TTnttheyQllfcan doIhnt .... ,Ua nn,l I Louisville, chairman of the Convention prohibition thus obtained will be tnlt Resolutions Committee- - to that com- -, cxactlr what the people want. It state- mitteeandfinrally, to the support given "Ida prohibition Is forced upon the tin-b- y farteeing members of the conven- -' w'"Jn5ie??ie 5-- "I "f'SS tion itself. obey or enforce the objectionable law. C?..oK nf tanr las hurtful r Iha f.v, .. ... tt y his campaign at this place, ..peaking to the largest crowd that has attended a political speaking In this county In years, estimated at S,- odj to 6,000. Kntbuslasm waa unbound cd, and, to all appearance, Stanley men were the only kind ot Democrats in blmpson county. Mr. Stanley began the week's cam palgn at Glasgow, where a record-breakinattendance greeted him. It was tho largest crowd that has been In Glasgow since the Civil War. Prac. tically everybody seemed to be for Special farrowing pens art) provided many breeding sows are kept, but where there Is to bo a removal from the ordinary quarters to a special place It should be dono In good tlmo so that the sow may become thoroughly accustomed to her new aurroundlngs. There Is considerable difference ot opinion as to why sows kill and eat their young, and no doubt tha causes 'are as diverse as the theories advanced to account for It One of them, however, and not tbe least common. Is Insufficient space. A sow when she ties down In close quarters Is apt to catch an unfortunate youngster between her carcass and (he S.000. Judge Edwards Is a slant Dhvslcallv. wall, against which she generally being several Inches over six feet tall, places her back when suckling her 's a forceful public speaker, a man Pigs. nlways with the courage of his convicThe farrowing pen should, ot course, tions, and loyal to bis sense ot duty be regulated to soma extent by tbe In both private and public life. size of the breed kept, but generally only when A moment's refcrenco to a diagram of a sectioned blossom aa It appears at spraying time will render Intelligible the prtnclploi underlying calyx spraying. Just after the petals have fallen, tbe calyx lobes (No, 1 In Illus tration) project widely. This portion of the flower can be easily sprayed, crowding against the pistils (No. 3) Is cap made of the numer a ous fleshy stamen bars (3). This capping conceals tho inner calyx cav ity (4) and render It difficult to' place tight-fittin- Loan; sud IHS.M! t IHS.I1I 3 OwitMfM. .triirnt 1 t'nmmrr.1 It It? t li.iinl.rtf 11. iifB m iettire riilliunii r lu,i 4 tVJJfi (i) Myot M Keirrte Hank IVtte Battklhc-holl.e- mi'M. Mitimint ' Iilrnltiirr uminiiitrrl.... 7.000 M) tn Irum IVItral Kr.errr llant.. IMilrnm mmrri Kt.rrtv Atentf In Nan rk, ( hlrato ami Kl. 'It.iaffna Itnla Inir Itora rratnr atrnja lu nihtr rltlra Jlt.TKJ M line from lianiaaiiit hanhrra luthcr ibau inclHitad In Survi . Chrrka ou tianka In in ame eity nr town aa rr ortln baok fractional rutrrntj. mekala ami rrnla I isi su rfottaottithrr National Bauka I.iwril. Mnxtr Haunts 1 nana. Total coin ant rrrtlnratt .... notra ... Ital unitar fund with...V. S. Trraa-nrt- r Rrittmpllon mm innre thanlwr rrnt at (U elrrnlatmni . Tot it MAMLlTir.il. Capital atock fa Id In Siiriilnaftind t7nd!ldi-.ro(lt.. isuaotio Itrarrird for Il HI mid MI J.M0 i 7,000 00 I,KH irj SsYJOi HI S,I tr lit fj.17 w JO iU ml Ml lt .O 00 Tn cnrrnt tar'.t and tataa t'lr. nlalliw Sotea m-rii-eiu- paid a, In inrarar McCHESNEY IN THE MOUN. TAINS. lint tn hank, and tankr tulhrrlkan inelnitnl InaorSI Individual t!etoalt auhj-re- I 1,7 SofOiilH 4i O mfvo on MM M t.t CrT - S ti NATIONAL grand-daught- Ka.f-rv- f UU , . . e n Ital-tanda- r - state-wide- . Anti-Saloo- n t . eipa-n.ra- - 1 state-wid- 1 Crrtln-IClir- rk. . Sun-day.- I Ken-an- Iiir. d Denio-Thoug- h ft. H II th-- wuy rr t. sure-thin- g tax-Hi- r, state-wid- e state-wid- 1 two-thir- d gra i ? wa-nl- nr thought-approv- s, 0 bifr U The Central Record Pony.tHMa ui I Cardui s Tmic ttfatojhity'bat 1 Tablet R. E. McRoUsrts 1.