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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 8, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915070801_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 8, 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. X rwnNtr sixth year CENTRAL RECORD. pra: HETiiaws, umarnihheu democracy and good a o vernmeni. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 8. 1915. The Sky," LIVE STOCK SALES. Mr. W. V, Gasttneau, one of the best hog raisers In the county recently sold to V. A. Lear, 03 head of hogs that averaged 212 pounds each, for 71 cents a pound. Mr. Gastlneau has over 100 hesd still on his farm that will be ready for market (n the early fall. W. II, Burton bought twelve head of horses and mules at Klchrannd last Monday at an average of $12) to $140 a head. Hi alto bought 11 head of mules in Star. ford, that average from $115 to $110. NUMBsR 14, BAPTIST CHURCH Ma; Call Rer. m "I iffii'i.nrmii'ir 1 fUj ifiuuui niDurv mi uiMrc munuiup 1 Si Confirmation win obtain. in Wash ington lait week of the report that Secretary Hryan will oppose the of Woodrow Wilson in 1916. More than 7,000 person, representing North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky, gathered at Cumberland Gap Wednesday to participate In the A.J. Cltre. Hakes, Repairs, Etc. Guard Sections, Plates and Knives carried for all different machines. Full line of unveiling of a monument commemorat ing the entry of Daniel Boone and the first party of pioneers into Kentucky. The United States is seriously considering taking over the Savville wireless plant, which has direct communication with Germany, through fear of neutrality violations. Investigation to com has shown that it is possible Lawn Mowers. Snathes & Blades Before you PAINT see our line of munlcate with submarines across the Atlantic through this powerful plant "This Is your street in your city,' reads a sign posted by the New York street cleaning department. "Keep it as clean as your room in vour house. An exacting request, but a good motto for any section of any city. Too many citizens, old and young seem to think that their obligations of neatness and cleanliness end at the front gate. Desperate conditions in Mexico City, with unchecked mobs rioting and loot ing have been described in dispatches cabled to the United States Govern ment from Vera Cruz by a courier, who left the Mexican capital Friday, June 25. No mention was made of attacks upon foreigners, so officials assumed that they were safe. Many stores had been tooted, the dispatches said, and great mobs were rioting and seizing food wherever it was to be found. Rev. A, J, Clere, of Georgetown, who preached at the Baptist church here last Sunday morning and at tho Union setvices at therchool Auditorium the same night, will preach again for Baptist congregation next Sunday morning. Dr. Clere made a decided and favorable Impression on the con gregatlon and it is probable that this cnurcn may call him. He is a very fluent speaker and has been on the Cleveland Lyceum Bereau as a lecturer for some time. They have this to say REPUBLICANS of him in their recomendatinn of Mm as Put Oat Conitr Ticket. a lecturer: "He has sincere convic At a meeting called by the chairman ttons and heroic courage to defend ot the republican county committee them. He has a message worth while last Saturday, a full ticket was launch for both old and voune and preaches she gospel of humanity, sunshine and ed to oppose the- democratic ticket in tentlment . thts county In November. Since the announcement of Judge L. L. Walker, LITTLEJOHN'S for Lieutenant Governor, quite a num ber offered themselves for slaughter, Carniral Company Opens To Large Crowds but the ticket as finally made up Is as A. Burnside; for Sheriff, Joe Ham Llttlejohn Carnival Company is playing monds, with Henley V. Rastin as deputy to large and pleased audiences in this and for Representative, Joe S. Hasel city. They arrived last Monday and have pitched their shows on Richmond den. street near the railroad cross! g This company comes under the auspices of the local lodge of Odd Fellows and it NEW SOFT DRINK AND can be truthfully said that they carry the cleanest and the best Carnival out LUNCHEONETTE. ht on the road. The music this year Mr. Harry Ware will in the next few is unusually good, having two brass days open up a new solf drink and bands, which give concerts on th luncheonette room In the room adjoin- street every evening and afternoon ing the Roman's Opera House. The Prolessor Rocco Grella, so well and new soda fountain, which has been favorably known here, is still with this shipped, will arrive y and Harry company and the music he furnishes tells us he hopes to be open by the this vear is even better than ever be middle ot next week. Everything will fore- - All the attractions are free from be new, sanitary and nnd we anything that would offend and merits the patronage of the entire public. wish him much succes in his new At This Season you should exercise great care to have vour home in a perfect sanitary and healthy condition. Among other tilings, your plumbing system is the most im portant feature that attention. requires eareful When you con ider that the health of your family is governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily see the ex treme necessity to guard against any possible defects in "HANNA GREEN SEAL." follows: For Circuit Court Clerk, Joe For the fourth consecutive time the your plumbing system. GONN BROTHERS, Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures. 'StoniM? plumbing fixtures and our expert servico never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on hand. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Auto tickets given on old and new accounts. 1 Haselden Bros. (e Citizens U. K. HUDSON. oROASiznn ishj. National Bank KY. 1 OF LANCASTER, Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. French I'oodle Dog, solid whit year old. Reward if returned to Bob Meadows, Lancaster. HUERTA lt-p- PAINT LICK SALUTES FLAG AT LAST. PUTS BIG POT IN LITTLE Of July ONE And Entertains Fourth J. J. WALKER. Vico Prest. President. Joe J. Walker. Jr.. W. 0, Kigney, Ass't Cash'r. W. F. (MIAMI. Cashier. is theory backione or every successful business. We remrd your co- operation a a necessary lacior in our success. W hope you jeak a Rood word for ua If we give yuugood service. If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It ia our buiineis and our pleasure to Improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. Most of Garrard county, all of Lan Squatting at a window of his im caster and a good portion of Madison Dix River Church will begin the first provisea. prison at et. Bliss, Texas, in county assembled at Paint Lick last T Sunday in August, Rev. J. W. Beagle his shirt sleeves and using an old copy 1 Monday and were royally entertained of an army order with which to fan of Hustonville will assist th pastor. by the good people of this thriving and PROTRACTED MEETING. Our protracted meeting at Forks of Patriots. 31 1LZZ1C "t D Must Raise and the $8,000 CLEARANCE SALE. r - GO TO - On another page of this issue appears a full page advertisement, announcing the July Clearance sale of Mr. J. W, Smith. This "House of quality" Is and clean stock noted for its of goods and the prices that are being offered during this sale should soon re duce hia stock to a minimum. AT METHODIST CHURCH. Diokerson & Carrier FOR Dry Goods. Shoes and Groceries We pny th; hlghi. market prlc: for Country Mr. S. H. Pollitt, who is now In a meeting at Spears Chappel, in Jessamine county, says that Rev. Claude Fawns will fill his pulpit here next Sunday morning. Brother Pollitt has recently closed a fine meeting at with a number of confessions. While it rained most esery day during crowded and the best attention given by those present. Produce, Ask for tickets on the Automobile. DDE the meeting the church was always was Beginning at the Methodist church next Saturday week. Elder W. E. Arnold will speak that night and the following Sunday morning. This will be the last quarterly conference of the year and the entire membership is urged to be present at these meetings. ONE RESULT OF THE mr J WAR. VlULtl OR DULL, UO IKCflTI, freckles. VANISHING CREAM An attempt against the lif J of J. I'. Morgan, head of the firm of J. P. Mor gan & Co., financial agents of the Brit ish Government, and the explosion of bomb in the Capitol building at' will remove the tan and Ask to see the other REXALL TOILET at ARTICLES Mfi ROBERTS. Washington are two of the dramatic Incidents growing out of the European war. Mr. Morgan's assailant, Frank Holt, an American of German descent and a teacher of languages, in explaining his visit to Mr. Morgan said it was for the purpose of having him end tho European war. Holt has confessed that he was responsible for the explosion in the Capitol building this with the ob ject of bringing "to the attention of the American people the terrible mur ders being committed in Europe." Mr. Morgan is suffering from two bullet wounds, the gravity of which Is known only to the attending physicians, but they announce that the bullets do not nvolve any vital organ. A PAYING AUTO. Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing lit the builder's line suchjas Rough and Dressed Lumber. Doors, Windows. Column Moulding, Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crushed Stone, Sand, LimeUrlck and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. . I Houses for rent arid sale. If everybody got as much actual and valuable service from an automobile as does James Hatcher, the mall, carrier between Lancaster and Danville, the buzz buggies would prove profitable. Mr. Hatcher not only makes his round trip every day, but frequently carries passengers to other points after his regular work is done. He can put more passengers and packages In his car than can be carried in a railway cosch. al going In comfort. H runs like a scared rabbit, but never has an accident. His wife Is really a better driver than Jim, and the two are about the busiest people we know, Danville Messenger. PROGRESSIVE MEETING. A.H.Bastin&Son There willbe meeting of the Pro- greulves of Garrard county on July 17th 1915 at three o clock In Lancaster. All progressives and those Interested are urged to attend. G. M. Patterson, Chairman of the Progressive Co Com. search. It of amusement was to be had and there was entertainment for the young well as the old. .Every citizen of Paint Lick seemed to have been a committee of one to see that every one was shown a good time, and that this was success fut in every way Is attested by the tact that the two thousand people who were so fortunate to have been there, will corroborate. The Danville brass band d rendered some patriotic airs tnd Paul's Carnival shows drew large crowds to every performance. Many speakers of prominence were on hand, loaded with patriotic talks and each held the at IMPORTANT MEETING tention of the crowd for two hours in Of Cmtrdal Club the morning and about two hours In Among those who Every member of the commercial the afternoon. spoke, were. Judge Charles Hardin, club and every citizen interested In the Hon. C. C. Fox. Judge Rodes Shackle-for- d, betterment of the town ard county are II. Clay Kauffman, Emmet Pur- urged and requested to attend the year, J. I. Hamilton ana otners, an o: meeting of the club The meeting will be held over store room of whom were listened to with the keenest and at times the crowd was the Joseph Mercantile Co. All busi- interest a high pitch of patriotic en ness concerns, whether great or small, stirred to and sumptuous should be reoressnted In the Commer- thusiasm. A bountiful dinner was served on the ground, by cial club. Good ideas are often advangood people of and near Paint ced by the little fellow, and sometimes the Lick, all of which was thoroughly are very large In furthering big n guests. enjoyed by the ball game between White Station There should be a concerted pull by A was everyone In one direction, for the good and Paint Lick in the afternoon reby a large crowd, which of Lancaster and Garrard county, not witnessed 14 to 4 in favor of In a score what is there in it for you individually, sulted Station. of White work for the greatest progbut team ress for the city and county's developBUMPER CROWD ment. Arrangements are being made to have meet with the Commercial club Sees Close Of Aoto and Pony Contest. next Thursday night. July 15th, Mr. The Ford runabout advertised to be Edward A. Quarles, secretary of the given away last Saturday as well as the Board of Commerce, of Lexington, Mr. contest, second prize in the Pony Robert M. Allen and Mr. Charles D. brought one of the largest, if not the Bohanan. of Agriculture Experiment Station, of Lexington, all of whom are largest, crowd ever seen in Lancaster. public square was litterally jammed high up In the commercial world and The with people and long before the hour will be prepared to give some interestthe drawing, every road ing talks as to the advantages to be announced for leading into Lancaster was lined with derived from a Commercial club. The buggies, automobiles, wagons and footlatter two gentlemen will have some second prize in the Pony thing of interest to say to the farmers men. The contest was announced first and the of the county and it Is to be hoped that prize, which was a they will come out on this occasion. winner of this beautiful Shetland pony, proved to be Remember the date, Thursday night, Miss Pearl Crutchfield, daughter of July 15th, at the school Auditorium. Mr and Mrs. II. G. Crutchfield, of this More details will be announced in our city. Miss Pearl and her friends have next issue. worked taithfully for this prize and undaunted by her failure to win the first prize, she never for a moment lost TWENTY AMERICANSMISSING hope of winning the second, and she as A German submarine shelled, torpe well as her friends are proud of her doed and sunk the Dominion Line victory. She is very happy and asks freight steamer Armenian olf the coast th-- i Record to thank those who worked of Cornwall England, Monday night, so faithfully in her interest. and as a result twenty Amerlcany are The di awing for the Automobile among the missing. The Armenian, came off promptly at three o'clock. Hying the British, nag, carried a cargo Little Eugenia Dunlap was selected to of mules from Newport News, Va., and draw the numbeis and after the stubs twelve of the missing Americans are were thoroughly mixed, she being negro culeteers. The other eight are blindfolded, was asked to draw one. whites, halting from various parts of the number drawn to be awarded the machine. The first number drawn was the United States. No tension or apprehension exists In "7WI" and was held by Mr. R. L. Washington as a result of the sinking Burton, who was present and the maMr. Burton of the Armenian and the loss of Amerl chine was awarded him. ean life because the ship Is recognized was already the owner of a handsome as a possible transport of a belligerent touring car and he immediately sold the Power subject to the natural hazards one drawn to the highest bidder, who of war and It writ essentially a cargo proved to be Mr. Dave Sanders, for carrier of distinct contraband, and as $335. Ten other prizes were awarded all the facts are not at hand Washing to the value of $5.00 each and were ton prefers to await poulble, evidence giver by the ten enterprising merchant that the Armenian resisted or tried to as (insolation prizes. While many, In not getting the escape from, the submarine, thus pre- were'disap'pointed machine, yet everybody was happy and venting opportunity for seizure and the crowd was in the best of humor himself. General Victorians Huetta watched the ceremony of trooping the colors at the United States army post last Sunday afternoon and stood at at tention when the colors that he once refused to salute were furled for the day of the national air: As the colors billowed from the masthead, the aged general stood at attention like a manikin, his heels clicked together, and delivered that salute, the refusal of which had almost plunged his country and th United States into warfare. enterprising little city. Every form GIGANTIC SALE Will Continue For THIRTY DAYS. G. i M ii LYONS. ii ii ii -- .HI My Prices on BUGGIES WAGONS i Carts and Harness will interest youGet them We also have a completejline of ," i CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, E:C. W I RflllillC m Lancaster, Keatucky. if during the entire drawing. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday July S 19 5. 1 mil 1 smith AND ! JULY CLEARANCE Saturday, SHOES. Commences JULY 10th, 1915 AND ENDS SATURDAY. JULY 31st. In order to fully carry out our iron-cla- d rule of never carrying over goods from one season to another, we are now starting our annual July Clearance Sale of entire stock and will for the next Twenty , Days sell absolutely new, fresh, this seasons goods, consisting of CLOTHING, HATS GENTS FURNISHINGS at reduced prices which will tempt you beyond endurance. Come to this High-Clas- s Store and purchase High-Clas- s Merchandise for less than what you pay for shoddy goods at the ordinary store. We have an unfaltering determination to reduce our stock and clear the decks for the coming fall season. The MERCHANDISE we offer in this sale is not job lots but regular stock and absolutely number one FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE made in the very latest styles and this seasons goods. Very Best Qualitie Men's Clothing. Mens $ 8.50 Suits, now Mens 10.00 Suits, now Mens 12.50 Suits, now Mens 15.00 Suits, now Mens 16.50 Suits, now Mens 18.00 Suits, now Mens 20.00 Suits, now Mens 22.50 Suits, now' Mens 25.00 Suits, now Mens Shoes. Mens $3,00 fine Shoes Mens 4.00 fine Shoes Mns 3.50 fine Shoes Mens 3.00 fine Shoes Mens 2.50 fine Shoes Mens 2.00 fine Shoes Mens 1.75 fine Shoes now now now now now now now ut Styles Mens Odd Pants. Boys Odd Knee Pants. 1.20 1.35 1.75 1.50 odd Pants now 2.00 odd Pants now 2.50 odd Pants now 3.00 odd Pants now 3.50 odd Pants now 4.00 odd Pants now 5.00 odd Pants now 6.5.0 odd Pants now 7.50 odd Pants now 85cts. We have reserved nothing and you will have your pick of our entire stock. Come to this sale and convince yourself of the low prices we are offering in this sale. Compare with prices of other sales. Pick out your needs and be among the first to make your selections. Boys Knee Suits. $ 6.25 7.75 8.75 11.75 12.75 13.75 14.75 Boys$ 3.00'Suits Boys 3,50 Suits Boys 4.00 Suits Boys 5.00 Suits Boys Boys Boys Hoys 6.50 Suits 7.50 Suits '16.75 17.75 8.50 Suits 10.00 Suits now now now now now now now now S 2.25 2.75 2.95 3.75 4.25 5.50 6.25 7.75 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 5. 2.25 2.75 2.95 3.75 4.25 5.50 Boy $ .50 odd Knee Pants Boys .75 odd Knee Pants Boys 1 .00 odd Knee Pants Boys 1.25 odd Knee Pants Boys 1.50 odd Knee Pants Boys 2.00 odd Knee Pants Boys 2.25 odd Knee Pants Boys 2.50 odd Knee Pants Womens-lowcut .40 .55 .75 .85 1.20 1.40 1.50 1.75 Shoes. 52.05 2.25 1 Mens Straw Hats. $3.75 2.95 2.75 2.25 1.75 1.50 Mens and Boys Underwear $ .75 85 1.15 1,25 1,25 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens $7.00 GOO Low-cut- Low-c- Shoes. $5.50 1.25 Mens $1.00 Mens 1.25 Mens 1.50 Mens 2.00 Mens 250 Mens 3,00 Mens 1.00 Pannmn Hats now Mens 5.00 Panama Hats now Struw Hats now Straw Hats now Straw Hats now Straw Hats now Straw Hats now Straw Hats now Mens 81.00 Unlonsults now Mens 75 Unlonsults now Mens 50 Unionsuits now Mens 50 Underwear now Bovs 50 Underwear now Mens 8150 Caps now Mens 1.00 Cops now Mens 75 Caps now Mens 50 Caps now Boys 50 Caps now Bnye 3.50 Shoes now Boys Shoes now Boys 250 Shoes now Roys 2.00 Shoes now Childrens S2.50 Shoes now Childrens 2.25 Shoes now Childrens 2.00 Shoes now Childrens 175 Shoes now Childrens 1.50 shoes now Mens and Boys Shirts. Mens 81.50 fine Shirts now Mens 1.25 fine Shirts now Mens 1.00 fine Shirts now Mens .75 fine Shirts now .50 fine Shirts now Me.ns Boys f 1.00 fine Shirts now Boys .75 fine Shirts now ,M) fine Shirts now Boys 55cts. 40cts. 40cts. 40cts. $1.20 9i ,85 55 40 75 & Womens 8350 fine low Shoes now Womens Womens Womens 3.00 fine low Slioss now 1.50 2.25 2.75 3.75 Mens and Boys Caps. $115 85 55 40 40 250 fine low Shoes now 2.00 fine low Shoes new .75 1.50 fiScts 40 Mens $1.00 Overalls now Mens 50 Overalls now 75 Overalls now 50 Overalls now s Low-tuts now.. now now 5.00 4.00 350 3.00 2.50 2.00 fine fine fine fine fine fine fine Mens Felt Hats Mens $5.00 Stetson Hats now Mens 4.00 Stetson Hats now Mens 3.00 Felt Hats now Mens 2.50 Felt Hats ifow. Mens 2.00 Felt Hats now Mens 150 Felt Hats now $3.75 2.95 2.25 1.75 Boys and Children Shoes. $2.75 Night Shirts. Mens $1,00 Night Shirts now .75 Night Shirts now Mens .SO Night Shirts now Wens 85 CB 40cts 55cts 40ct8 $1.50 Boys Boys Low-cut- s Low-cut- s s s s ts now. now now new now Low-cut- 3.75 2.95 -- .65 30 225 1.75 1.50 40 Womens Fine Shoes. Womens $3.50 fine Shoes now Womens 3.00 fine Shoes now Womens 2.50 fine Shoes now Womens 2.00 fine Shoes now $2.75 2.25 1 75 1.40 Mens $2.00 Yellow Kaki Pants now Mens Mens Mens 1.50 $1.75 1.G5 Low-cut- 225 1.75 yellow Kaki Pants now Pants now Pants now j.20 85 75 Low-cut- 150 1.S0 150 1.35 1.25 Yellow Kaki 1.00 Yellow Kaki Low-cu- 1.50 1.20 5uJ Now From The House Oi Quality. feancastejr, K?ntucl$. mm Central Record, Thursday July 8 1915. HISTORIC RELIC GOING SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS GOOD TREATMENT RESULTS TELL Can 5 Th Page 3 Get Y BODY CAN GET A HOME From One To TO, SAN FRANCISCO.1 TELL HOW THEY WON FOR OILYSCALPS.!Therc Ee No Doubt About Anj Good Man Can CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought U'uiiuLsruiuKNin AcjelalilclVfparaiirtnlsrAs slmilalliigihcnxiifMlRrtiilj Bears the Signature ' Promotes DijollonOfnM-nes- s and Rmrontiln Drifter Opium Morphine rurlliacnl of In Anrrfrrl Rrtntdv forCcmfc t Ion, Sour StowxIUilanttti Use For Over new &nl LossorSmp. TacSimi SifcunW of Tiir Cektal-- CoMTi.it; NEW YORK. Thirty Years iuaranteril undrrthe Eiaet Copy of Wrapper. Y'o CASTORIA If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. geezer, PHONE 27. gallard 8c Scott, Ky BRYANTSVILLE. fen. A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina crc thz beautiful and attractive resorts of Ashcville, Black Mountain, Hcndersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rack, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at ons of thess cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip. Excursion tickets ore on sale daily, good until October 3lst, via SOUTHERN I Stop-over- RAILvVAY of tha South s allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. AsV for details. For full Information as Tlcktt Agsnt. Southern Railway, or write D. II. Todd, District Passenger Agsnt, Louisville, Kentucky. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES S1 bar made his nam famous all over tha United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and BerrUt. Far treatment of Human Diiea.ec Punley's ladlin HerU-4- 5. Dsr' Treatment, SI.00 Dikota Jack's Cowboy liniment 1U Dtkota jack's Cremt Soap. Piles 10. bars ,ox on sau AT DAKOTA JACK Toe NwthwMlmi Cottbof ONIOIN4TOR O C. C 4 J. L Storous uA R. L McRocerd. rifltSLirS INDIAN HUBS Men and women whole hair and acalp Ten Years To Par For It. The Liberty Hell, preciuuy relic of, Blclc people want to be well la a ; are excessively oily suffer more In the the American Involution, will start hurry. Result, tell the tale. time, Monday on itt eighth and longest jour- A great many, remaps moit an, warmer months than at All doubt is removed. I have fpur first class farms, con ney from Philadelphia since It was first Illnesses hare their beginning; In de- - The summer's dust and dlrtmlngle with The testimony of a Lancaster citizen taining about 1400 acres of Garrard rangementa of the stomach and dlges dandruff, cling to the oily hair and scalp. hung In the old State House of the Can be easily investigated, County's best soil, which I will cut Intl,e It lh "'P Pr Province of Pennsylvania in 1752. May". Wonderful Remedy .tart. In What better proof of merit can bnhad? to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts Internationgoe. to the Panama-PacifiMrs. It. F. Walter, Hill St , Lancas from five acres to an entire farm. at the first dose to put stomach auf- - I and make proper cleansing iosslble al Exposition and before it is returned ferer. on the way to health. The first nil) nrr fortU anil, nn frond nike. ter, says: "Whenever my hack be' . few Parisian Sage Is an Ideal Iheatment come. iam, ,nil to Its big glass case In Indopeiiuence dose proves It. two mlIp, fpo .hnvlnir village and It I. taken with success everywhere. for this trouble. Wash the hair not Hall next November or December it graded Here are the word, of two Tennessee oftonerthan once a week, but use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Procured at It. li miles from one of the best thous will have traveled more than ten K McRobert & Son's Drug Store, I schools in the State, conducted by four people who have taken It: n by and miles and will have been MISS CORA FISHER. 803 Saxon ransian aage twice aaiiy. pourm bring me instant relief. At one time 1 experienced teachers, children conveyed arenuo, Memphis "Have taken your little into the parted hair and rubbing fred that 1 had serious kidney trouble, to and from school at the expense of millions of people. medicine and It worked like a charm-- has brlakly right into the scalp with the The kidney The bell will leave San hranciico In secretions were unnatural the District; intelligent, cultured and of gall removed quite a November and will return by the tones. It doe. Just number .aid It finger tips. It drives out dandruff, dis. and gave unmistakable evidence of dis hospitable people for neighbors. In two a. you solves the excess oil and stimulates the ordered kidneys, Doan's Kidney Pill. miles of High Bridge, where boating, Southern route, through txs Angeles, would." scalp into healthy normal action. Sold In a short time made my kidneys nor- and other methods of entertainment The an Diego, Arizona and Texas, MRS. W J. WARD. Sparta, Tenn. etails of the return trip have not yet I can honestly recommend your rem by R. E. McRoberts and leading drug- mal." (Statement given March 20th, are at hand. Five room residence, two been completed, but it is virtually cer- edy to all sufferer, from constipation gists everywhere. 1!HM). tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 Indigestion trouble.. tain that the special train will go thru and stomach of the past with me." OVER THREE YEARS LATER. acres in grass. Farm is near the proteem, a thins; L Louis, Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Mrs. Walter said; "My kidneys have posed million dollar dam to be conMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per After each return of the bell there manent result, for stomach, liver and PAINT LICK been in excellent condition since giving structed on Kentucky river, which will as been a movement started to prevent Intestinal ailments. Kat as much and my former endorsement of Doan's Kid- furnish electric light for the entire counwhatever you like. No more distress the precious metal from leaving the ney Pills." try. It can be divided irto three frms. eating, pressure of gat In the city again. The crack In it has been after Miss Jeanette Etdridge is the guest Don't The Buster Drown farm near Camp Price 5)c, at all dealers. stomach and around the heart. Oct one lowly extending, and there has been bottle of your druggist now and try It of friends in Scott county. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good fear that in its journey the bell might on an absolute guarantee It not satissplendid residence. Mils Stella Comely, of Lancaster, is Doan's Kindey Pills the same that bams, all new, plit in two. Opposition tu its leaving factory money will be returned. Co., thirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools, Mrs. Walter had. the guest of Miss Nannie Conn. the city on this trip was bitter, but lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. N. Y. Miss Moberly. of KIrksville, Is the Props., Buffalo. City Councils voted that it belonged to Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 guest of Mrs. O. L. Hammack. Hamilton Valley. the American pcple and that oppor acres, one stock barn, two tobacco BUENA VISTA Mrs. Clay Kaufman and children are barns, seven room residence. Most il tunities to view it should be given Mrs. W. S. Parson was the guest of the guests of Mrs. Hetty Griggs. this is sand stone land and any farmer whenever possible. Miss Nettie Ison has returned from a in Garrard county knows this kind ot Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawaon, of LancasSending the bell to the Western coast Mrs. J. N. Hulette Saturday. in Hazard. visit land Is the land that grows the highest will cost the city of Philadelphia $ Miss Anna Hart ley bought a cow and ter, is the guest of Mrs. Mid Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Blakeman visited price tobacco as well as corn and 000. The escorting committee of twen calf from Centet Bros., price $50. Mr. Amos Parks of the Richmond in Nicholasville last week. hemp. The evidences are on the farm Councilmen who will pay their Mr. Ebb Bcntley bought some corn Normal was home for the week end. Mrs. T. M. Scott and son were shop to bear cut this statement. This farm own expenses. Six couples drove to Moran'a Mil! from Mr. J. T. Wells paying $3.00 per is located on the Kemper Lane near The four policemen who wilt con bbl. Tuesday and spent a most enjoyable day. pers In Lexington Friday. stantiy guard the bell were socially Mr. John I. Naylor made a business Lexington pike. Miss Gertrude Estridge of Uereo is Miss Lucile Ilallard was the guest of The Beazley farm, one and one half picked for their fitness. Each is more Miss Maggie Carter Saturday uid Sun the guest of her cousins, the Misses trip to Lexington Saturday. miles from Lancaster, on Lexington than six feet in height. The head of day. Estridge. Miss Eva Ison of Burgin was a visit , pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, the police department in designating Miss Margaret Cochran, of Whites or here the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs, Avery Knuckles were tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of the four men called them to the front Mrs. Mr. J. R. Duncan and daughter spent the Lancaster Graded school. The soil and impressed upon them the following the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Station, is the gueit of her sister, O. C. P.ucker. Sunday as the guest of his son. Lamb Sunday. is splendid, well watered and the farm dont's; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruble of Dan- fronts one and one quarter miles on Mr. Cyras Fitzpatrick, of Shelby-villMr. and Mrs. Vernon Lamb are Don't taste any intoxicating liquor is the guest of ,his sister, Mrs. ville were recent guests of his mother. the Lexington pike, in easy reach of over the arrival of a fine baby while away from Philadelphia Lewis Guynn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jennings of Lan town and the entire front can be used Don't lose your temper at any time. Iwy at their home. Miss Rhoda McQuerry has returned Misses Annie Belle Ballard and May caster spent the week's end with home as building sites, which I propose to Don't fail to uphold the reputation cut In any size to suit purchaser. of Philadelphia policemen for courtesy, home from Indiana where she has been Powell of Lancaster are the guests of folks. I will exchange any of this property Don t fail to answer every question, visiting her sister, Mrs. Price. Mrs. Jack Davis. Mr. Fred Williams and family of New however foolish, Rev, Peace ts holding a two weeks of Albanv are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will for Garrard county property at the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Whitcomb, same price I will sell for cash. If you Don't fail to at once read the history meetirg at Harmony Lick church which Latonia, have been the guests ot Mr, Smalley. wish to exchange, come with yours of the bell so that you can answer begun last Sundsy night Juty 4th. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis. Miss Rachel Scott spent last week priced as ycu would sell for cash. You questions accurately. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hamilton were Mr. Robert Norris and Miss Bert wiih her cousins the Misses Proctor can get this land just as cheap by ex The first time the bell left Philadel the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Forris of Vanceburg. Ky., are 'the near Burgin. change as by purchase I' you desire to phia was under different circumstances F. W. Montgomery of Mt Hebron Sun guests of Miss Chastine P.ucker. Miss Ethyl Evans is at home from an change your location. from those which caused the later pil dsy. Miss Salhe Woods entertained in a extended visit to relatives in Danville Now these are four as good farms as grimages from the "Cradle of Liberty, Mrs. Marion Underwood and beauti- delightful manner on Tuesday evening and Harrodsburg. there are in the county. If you have was when the British army occu That ful little daughter Flossie Mae were the In honor of the visitors In town. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cunningham been a failure In life, stay at home. pied the city of Philadelphia in 1777 guests of Mrs. Melvin Stinnett ThursMrs. Laban Kirk and daughter of were guests of Mr Albert Skinner and If you are the kind who never dread, 1778 and George Washington with hi: day night. any failures, I want to see you. These Paintsville will arrive Friday for a vis's family at Shakertown Sunday. Continental army spent the winter at Mrs. Sarah York and daughter. Miss 'to her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mc Mr. F. W. Wells of Danville, Miss re live farms and want to see live Vatley Forge. As the Btitiih approach Gladys and Ray Wells of Sardis spent men. Call on or write. the city in September, it was hurriedly neiiie r armer were me guest ot .Mrs. Whorter, J, I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky. Messrs C. S. Ellis, Chester Metcalf Sunday with Mr. Will Scott and family. taken to Allentown, Pa., and was kept Sallie Wilson of Dripping Springs Sat and James Harvey Ralston attended in the Zion Lutheran church of that urday and Sunday. Mr. Thos C. Scott and wife of Har Misses Dollye Kinnard and Nannie ; the B. Y. P. U. convention held in rodsburg are spending their vacation place until June, 1788, when it was re. turned to Philadelphia. Its subsequent Bentlev were the gue3t of Miss Pearl Georgetown last week.. wjth his parents Mr and Mrs J E Scott. Moderation. Parsons Saturday night and Sunday and journeys were: I have made arrangements to buy Moderation la the silken string run 1885 -- To the World's Industrial and attended church at Cartersville. ning through the pearl chain of all virwheat for z.ring'. Mill. Richmond Ky. MT. HEBRON tues. nishop Hall. Cotton Exposition, New Orleans. The following were visitors at Drip - ! You will do well to see me before sell- 18U3 World's Columbian Exposition ping Springs Sunday, Mr. Andrew Ing yours. W. F. Parks, tf. Mr. Dennie Scott and family spent Chicago. Bailey and Miss Ethel Geizel, Mr. Naturally. Misses Odie and Calvine Mason, of Sunday with Mr. N. T. Grow. IK)5 Cotton States and International Howard Good wine and Miss Myrtle A woman is generally sufficiently Whites Stations Martha Garrett and Exposition, Atlanta. Geizel, Mr. Pete Telfrv and Miss Bess Mr. Robert Garrett of Richmond are Miss lva Pearl Humes is the pleasant conceited to think her husband muat Exposition. Reynolds. Mr. Tom Hays Bronaugh and the guests-oreally be a superior sort of man or .ho ""n' "unlr their grandparents, Mr. EUest 01 of Bunker' Hill Cele Miss Melssdia Chadwick, Mr. Joe Cress and Mrs. Will Fish. Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to Mr. W. B, wouldn't have married him. bration, Iloston. and Miss Bertia Perkins, Mr. Willie C. Miss Mary Todd and Mr. Robert Led - ' Button of Lancaster a mule price $ 150. 1901 I.ouisiana Purchase Expos Reason for White and Miss Mamie Holman, Mr. Mr. Jess Duncan sold to Mr. Lem ford entertained the Senior Classes of has a military origin. tion, St. Louis. Clyde Curtis and Miss Jewel Goodwin, the Bantist Sunday School at Mr. Led- - Teater a heifer at 6c per lb. and a calf In early times when soldiers met. to Mr. John Rigsby and Miss Wadie Mae ford's hospitable home on Saturday for $20. convince one another that no harm Thompson, and Messrs Herman Sebas-tiCured of Indigestion. from 2 to 5. Messrs J. E. Sherrow and R. L. Grow was Intended and that they held no Morgan. Ebb Benttey and Frank afternoon S. Miss Geneva Rucker left Thursday for delivered to V. A. Lear some hogs at weapons, they extended and graaped Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, Pa, Robbins. each other's hind as a token ot good Madison, Indiana .where she wilt enter Tc per lb. "My was bothered with indigestion. will. Miss a training school for nurses. Miss Mollie Crawford of Beuna Vista stomach pained me night and day", she Geneva has many friends here who Sptnt the week end with her uncle Mr. Best Diarrhoea Remedy. writes. "I would feel bloated and have Monarch's Rebuke. wish her mach success In her chosen Chas Duncan. headache and belching after eating. I i Charles the Second, for whom th If you have ever used Chamberlain's ' profession, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dean and little My alio suffered from constipation. of Rochester made this epitaph. Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Qujte a number of ,he whit(J f riemJs son of Jessamine were the guests o sari daughter had used Chamberlain'; you know that it Is a success. Sam r. "Never said a foolish thing and never Aunt Kitty faulkner. presented her Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean part of last did a wise one." could convey a reTablets and they did her so much good Guin. Whatley. Ala., writes. "I had week week. chair tw proof with wit and gentleness. When that she gave me a few doses of them measles and got caught out in the rain. I!.ith s co,ore(j and insisted upon me trying them and it aettleu In my stomach and bowels. Aunt RU u a m0Jt worthy od Mrs. Wesley Thompson entertained Pen.i stood before him. with bis hat walk womsn, who ha, been unable to They helped me as nothing else has I had an young people of this loca 3n. the king took off his own. , awful time, and had It not!, ,. ,u J .i,,,- -. 7 a number of lm. Leen for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera lity Sunday also Miss Ocie and Mr, "Friend Charles," said the Quaker, done." For sale by all dealers. why dost thou not put on thy hat? tism,. anli her sincVe gratitute and Willie Coulter. . ana uiarrnoea Kemeuy i coum not pos - , in .h is good "Tl the custom of this place." reMrs. Mattie Montgomery entertained turned the king, "that never mora than sibly have lived but a few hours longer J"Q i be0,j MARKSBURY her children, a number of grandchildren one person ahould be covered at a out tnanKS to tnis remeuy, i am now Scarcely does Paint Lick have so and other relatives at dinner on last well and strong. For sale by all dealtime." Mark Bogie sold a a lot of hogs to much of pleasure crowded into one day I Wednesday in honor of her sister Mrs, ers. V. A. Lear for "cts. as that of Monday when all the people Earl Clark and little daughter Margaret , of the surrounding country came tc 'of Noblesville Ind. and Mr. Shelton Miss Elizabeth Simpson sold 2 weangether to celebrate the anniversary of Teaterof HarroJsb'urg; ling calves for $60. SUGAR CREEK, uie stsmnir Ul me uetiarawuu ui uiuc- Jim Sutton sold a bunch of hogs at? HUSBAND RESCUED pendaace. After a week of storms and cents to Billy Lawion. Little Miss Nell Pelphrey is ill at this soaking Logans Chaptil. rains the sun came out in all writing. Ritev Isom sold to Robinson and Pope its glory and one could not have asked Mrs. John Shepherd is quit's ill. DESPAIRING WIFE IS fat hogs for $7. per cwt. Mr. George B. Broadus visited at tor a more perfect day. Paul's Carnival Mr. Henry Lewis is on the sick list. Miss Margaret Sutton went to Paint Berea Sunday. Company had been on the ground since , ,1 I .t Lick ts make a visit to friends. Miss Ollie Merida spent Sunday with c .i aw... I. i riBlUiU.j .liu li m.u I.. ..1,1 w J 'Mr Stun ev Iturehell of I.exmtrton J After Four Tears of Diseosragkg Miss Margaret Doty is spending a Miss May Naylor. credit of this company that while we visiting his cousin Mr. Lovi Tudor. Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Give wvek with friends at Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold of Hyattsville, Mr. Buford Smith is visiting his have seen larger shows we never vaaw j a cleaner performance any where. The visited Mr. and Mrs. David Henry Husband Up ia Despair. A number of our people attended the sister at Richmond. celebration at Paint Lick, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Yater attended Comic Amateur parade, tho very brief Sunday Came to Rescue. splendid in every detail, andf xcit- was Mrs. John Hensley of Harlan Is the Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Sutton have preaching at Freedom Sunday. ' n miiih IfliKThtMr fiml ntintnua. Pan. guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm been visiting her sister Mrs. Ella Cecil Mr. Dave Anderson and family were) Catron, Ky. In an interesting Uttc? didates were on the graunds galore but Ledford. v I of Danville. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock visitors in Preachersville Sunday. only speeches of patriotism were made Mr, Mike Turner lias returned from writes as follows : "I suffered for fous; Mr. Doty of Paint Lick lus been Formers are getting behind In their an j everv body joined in the spirit of to his brother Mr. D. Turner of ears, with womanly troubles, and during visiting his brother Mr. Jno. Doty of crops on account cf so much rain. season. A large crowd a visit i the holiday this time, I could only sit up for a Uttla . i t. this place. n..:. Mr. Wm Scott and son. Eucene. witnesseu . L uaii guie uetween rami Lexington. ine ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tar a and chil while, and could not walk anywhere at 'eft Sun fiir.f! ht fnthfr at Jii(l4nn Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. swl Lick and Whites Station which resulted dren .pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, all. At times, I would have severe palm day for an extended visit to Mesdames Miss Cora Bryant is improing slowly In a defeat to the home team. In my left side. , Milford Dye and Geo. Lucas of Casey from a severe attack of typhoid fever, i Band furnished delight- - Perry Tussey. Military The doctor was called in, ana his treat and Mrs. James Tudor and farr. fi.l n.i..Ij. ilitrin.. it... .lav and atli fnw county. Mr. Sunday School is progressing nicely relieved me lor a while, but I was ment Miss Susan Sutton has returned from at this place, every one invited to at. th danca In Fish's Hall in theevenlnir. iK visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Prather soon confined to my bed again. After which was largely attended by young of Nina last week. Lancaster where she attended the tend. j that, nothing seemed to do me any gpodi ladies and gentlemen from Richmond, j Miss Thelma and Master Fred Wilson I had gotten so weak I could not stand. Chautauqua. She was the guest of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner spun t Sun-- , Stanford and Lancaster. Here's hop- - rB visiting their sister Mrs. Charles and I gave up In despair. I. Hamilton and Mrs. Ben Hughes day J. with their daughter, Mrs. John Ing we may meet again next fourth of Rigsby of Stanford. while there. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Black. July and have Just as happy a time. MrJ Ellerly Bryan and Mrs. George Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I comRev. J. W. Mahan returned from Mr. Loyil Croushorn has purchased a, J" Shepherd of Cincinnati are visiting Mr, menced taking It. Front the very first Battle, Washington county, where he new buggy, "lookout girls" who willi dose, 1 could tell It was helping me: I has been engaged in a revival meeting be and Mrs. John Shepherd, . first. , to fill his appointment Sunday morning. Oeiere Attack Ut UllC lured. Mr. and Mrs. Lice Pruitt, Mr. and can now walk two miles without ta Is spending a few Mrs. Will Carson tiring me, and am doing my work." He reports a splendid meeting with 12 E. K. Cross, who travels in Virginia Mrs. Nat Pruitt and family spent Sun day. with her daughter, Mrs. D, B. II you are all run down from womaaiy additions to the church. day with Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Tussey. Pelphrey. and other Southern States, was taken troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped Mr. and Mr. Ellsha Forbes of Mc- - suddenly and severely ill with colic. At more than a million women, in Its W Headache and Neryousaess Cured. i.l n.nl,. ETaaI flAArt" Creary attend id Sunday School at thls the first store he cam to the merchant w DDI dVWM J years ol wonderful success, and should of people tell a! place Sunday. surely help you, too. Your druggist has Chamberlain's Coli, Thai Is whal a lot recommended iT,.iiuDKiMrlvidsonlvneedcIe&nsiQC. 'Chambeilain's Tablets are entitled sold Cardul for years. He knows what Mr. nd Mr. W. F. Croushorn ami Two to all the praise 1 can give them,' Chotera and Diarrroea Remedy. it will do. Ask him. He will recommend it. Begin taking Cardul today. write. Mr.. Richard Olp, Spencerport, little son visited his mother at this doses of it cured him. No one should I -i-ll .In tha trick and mala YOU feet fine. N. Y. They have cured me of head place ast week. MJt.U4 Co, Writ Uh Ouimoo leave nome on juumuj --hmwmi u.t-tl- e U'a Itnnw (his rjoaitlvelv. Tata OS Messrs. Andrew, Lod and Oscar ache and nervousness and restored me IJj HitntrtWfU of this preparation. For sale by all no" CMA4M-Mbu- . tuoi&il Sold only by in, lOat.'?;. my normal health." For sale by all Croushorn, Walter Bryant and Asie to R. e. Mcrteiieru IMt dealers. Baroett were at Paint Lick Monday. dealers. any-othej c Results In Lancaster. ",r,nu I '.,,., .i0, I I I I Foster-Milbur- n ' ty-si- x e, f 1903-Iia- ttle Hand-8hak- I Hand-abakln- I If '"",J'" ,,. V"""" J ii Dan-ville- 'a I ' 1 Page 4 TheCentral Record as n party measure ami nominate y for Governor or shall the demthe County ocrats of the State INCOnrOBATID. platform ftf 1911. which was then 11.00 a year. unit Issuko Weekly. declared a temperance platform, the same platlorm upon which the demoJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. crats won by a majority of thirty-on- e and select the nominee for R. L ELKJN. Local Editor nntl Miir. thousand, Governor who Is in sympathy with this democratic platform? We are opposed in Uiwitr. K atet1 U tin Ton Mill MUHt. to the adoption at this time of statef MM-riwide prohibition, for it Is our sincere beAssociation' lief that so radical an issue ns stateMmbr Kentufky tad wide prohibition ami the extreme state-wide- r, Dghth District Publishers League. for our nominee McChesney, wookl not only placo our State ticket in grave danger of defeat with the great Lancaster, Ky.,!r 8. 1915. probability of the disorganization and The Central Record, Thursday July 8 1915. GOOD SHOWS j Billed For Romans Optra House. IF 0i r PapersTspfsocial I. That the Gurnee Amusement Com-- 1 Mnmlsnl r.f those who demand pany of Lexington, the new If sees of th best, as did their mothers, the popular Romans Opera house are grandmothers, and great maKing every effort to supply the peograndmothers before them. ple of Lancaster with the biggest and Those who produce Crane's best features obtainable is evident by Inherited their papers sending here for Friday night, tomor ability from their forebears, row night, the famous Naval drama! "Victory", the picture that woe such' the artisans of days now past. As rug weaving Is n heritage high praise In Lexington, Louisville of the Persians, diamond cutand Cincinnati during the past month, ting a heritage of the Belgians, The picture contains a very Interesting' so is (taper making n heritogf and thrilling atory and at the same iii ii ' time shows in rematkable form the of the workmen employed at disruption of our party, but that our dreadnaughts of Uncle Sam's great the Crane Mills in Western Rates For Political Announcements! County nominees likewise would prob- Navy and answers the very timely Massachusetts. C'K) ably be defeated at the polls In Nov- question "Are we prepared"? For Precinct ami Cltv Olives ...t Complete stock in all the Of great interest is the appearance WM ember. At least this was the result In s"or County Offices various sues and tints conFor State and District Offices.. . . 15.00 our neighbor State of Tennessee The In the picture of the Secretary of the 10 democratic party in that State with a Navy and most of tho famous Admirals . J: THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER tinually on exhibition. For Calls, per line thousand Commanders of the fleet as well as 10 majority of more than thirty-livFor Cards,' per line prohibition, America's wonderful body of Marines ( and undertook State-wid- e For all publications In the Inter& which resulted in thu humiliating de- and sailor boys. No patriotic American . est of Individuals or expresfeat of the part nominees for live suc- can alTord to miss this unusual picture. sion of individual views, per Remember the date, tomorrow night ' 10 cessive politicaly years, and it is not at line... I 03 all improbable that like conditions Friday, 7;3U and 9 o'clock. Obituaries, per line Beginning next Monday another big would bring like results to our party In this State. Therefore, as a democrat surprise is in store for the patrons, for and an editor of a democratic journal, the management has booked in vaudePOLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS we oppose the adoption of state-wid- e ville for the entire week In addition to The Central Itecord Is authorized to prohibition by our party and opiwie the the pictures. Mr. Gurnee has secured announce tbe following candidates for nomination of McChesney by our party the services of the Misses Wood and A large percent of the j Anern, two very clever girls who have office, subject to the Democratic for Governor. democrats of Kentucky are opposed to! made a big hit with their cleverness I primary, August 7th, 1915. ttn(..wlla nm n mndA.lif tm.lnaii In- - ond splendid voices whercerthey have FOK GOVERNOR. terest. Another large precent are op- played. These girls met with great REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Hon. A. O. Stanley. posed to state-wid- e ns a matter of! success nt the Ada Meade recently. fou ciucuit judge. principle, holding that loc I self gov Monday will also mark the beginning Residence Phone 33. No, this is not a picturo of Hon. Richard P Hobson, but a rmnterfeit Offlce Phone 18. ernment is a long recognized demo- -' Of the greatest serial ever made, the likeness of Joseph S. Hsselden, of this city t!i- - Republican nominee for Reire. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. C. Fox, of Boyle county. Chas. famous "Diamond From The Sky." sentative In Garrard County. cratic principle. The State of Kentucky is already Lottie Pickford, one of the greatest FOR COMMONWEALTH'S Mr. Haselden is said to closely resjimble Hbson and his friends have more than two million dollars in debt, moving picture actresses living, is the sought to console him by assuring him. that he will eventually grow out of it. ATTORNEY. and the revenues at the present are star and Irving Cummins, a big hand- Any way, he is just as brave as Hobson and announces he is now ready nnd E. V. Puryear, of Dovle county. chap wins all hearts by his clev- willing to kiss the ladies, as he stands on a suffrage platform. about one half million dollars Although Joe J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. meeting the regular running short of some expenses erness. This serial is of special inter- has never been a candidate before, we nre not surprised, as he has all the CIRCUIT CLERK. FOR 1 is admitted that stateest through the offer of $10,000 to any- characteristic politenes peculiar to the race of politicians; also being noted for of the State. W. B. Mason. wide prohibition would add the further one submitting the best scenaria for a his broad smile, which extends from one end of Lancaster to the other; especW. A. Doty. deficit to our revenues ot about one sequel to the present story. Teri ially does he show pleasure when he can be of some benefit to Lancaster or a FOR SHERIFF. million dullars In State revenues and thousand dollars was actually paid to Lancastrian. As to politics, he Is an "all wool and a yard wide" republican, Ballard, Jr. G. T. about half a million dollars to school Mr. Roy L. McCardell for the story having worked just as hard oat of the harness as he will hi harness, if he is For High Grmle FOR REPRESENTATIVE. and municipal revenues. With State- now to begin so everyone should care- - elected. He is not only a republican but an ardent one, having lent his best wide prohibition this loss of revenue tuny ioiiow each installment every energies, to help and foster the party in this, his native county and if elected, U. Clny Kauffrnan. must be met by the increase in the Monday at the Opera House and at the his friends claim, will make an ideal representative, looking well to the int rst ,0' rate of taxation on other taxable prop finish submit their ideas. Mr. Ramsey, of Ghrrard county nnd her citizens. County Court I am a candidate for erty in the State. Will the farmers of the manager will explain details to Clerk to succeej J. W. Hamilton the Kentucky, who would necessarily bear anyone calling on him. Fine Finishing Varnishes. Beautiful Beaver present Clerk. the brunt of this increased taxation, do Mr. Gurnee is particularly anxious SIXTY-FIRSWEDDING CLOCK CONTEST. I have accepted The Chief deputies x so without protest? Will the already that the patrons should follow the Board. Classy in and ouc Floor Paints. appointment in the office in order to tax pavers of Kentucky story closely for he would like nothing Editor Record:- acquaint mvself with the duties of iarBrrTO?JJaj ANNIVERSARY. TarrtlJBriaaiaiarrt support the nominee of a party at the better than to see the magnificient The contestants for the prize submitClerk and having fitted myself to take A year should some goud work. polls who promises to send their taxes prize won by a citizen of Lancaster. ted Life, with all its stern realities, octhe examination required by law, I skyward? These are questions One more booking of especial note to have been estimated as 3Coi days, casionally breaks out in a halo of light sincerely ask and solicit your support. ever We award and joy so resplendent.thrclouds vanish for good democrats to consider inde- the lovers of comedy is the securing of which some failed to do. E. M. Walker. pendent of the sentiment and excite- the world famous Charlie Chaplin pic- the prize to Miss Wilma Henry, whose far in the distance and we dwell in the The strokes in 47 realm uf testacy for a time. The ment, which characterize the arguments tures one to be shown every week. work is correct. Railroad Commissioner. who we have heard. Chaplin is the most famous comedian years, were 2,078,013; seconds, in that sixty.tirst wedding anniversary of Mse of the distance passed and Mrs. William G. Anderson was the We are authorized to announce Democrats, which will you have, a living and earns the enormoui salary of time, 1.4S3.207.200; JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, County unit platform, which was an one hundred thousand dollars per year. over, by the hour hand, during tne 4i counterpart of this when their chilJren, 97 grandchildren, other relatives, friends Nelson County, as a canditate for the extreme temperance platform of only Sounds impossible but it is neverthe- years, was 515,002i fet, or about Democratic nomination for Railroad four years ago with a united party with less true, so don't miss this famous miles; distance traveled by the minute of today and friends ot long ago. met to hand C. ISO, 030 feet, or about 1170 miles. shower congratulations upon them. funmaker. Commissioner from the Second Dis- a fair hope of success, or a state-wid- e M. L. Caneer, To very few happy young couples, Lena Rivers", "At The Old Crosstrict; the primary election to be held platform with McChesney for thu nom M. D. Hughes. who launch their barks on the matri inee and a disrupted and disunited par roads", Al Jennings in "Beating Back" Saturday August 7th.. 1915. The winner of the above prize is the monial sea in high hopes of a pleasant ty and probable defeat at the polls? and other truly great pictures will b bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and safe journey to a distant haven of shown soon at the Opera House. W. H. HARRIS, President. William F. Klair, Fayette County. J. T. Henry, ana stood at the head of restful old age, does a golden wedding Candidate for Reelection as Railroad There are good democrats who want If Miss aay dawn. Eleven years ago this hap JERRY DOTY, Secretary. her class in mathematics. Commissioner, Second District of Ky. to see McChesney nominated for Gov AND MAYBE THEY CAN. py anniversary was celebratad In tbe Hnrv wilt fall nt the Central Subject to the action of the Democratic ernor on the State-wid- e platform, by ollice she will be given the box of candy Anderson home, and Tuesday evening d of the fools irt the country offered by the Record as a prize for when w found them both enjoying illlllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIllllllllll party in the August Primary. the democrats, we admit. But demo crats, have you observed that every think they can beat a lawyer expound her correct work. (Editor) life, surrounded by their unbroken ing the laws. think they can family circle, then indeed could wo say, We are authorized to announce Miss enemy of our party In the State, wheth beat the doctor in healing the sick their marriage had been blessed and Jennie Higgins a candidate for County er It be in the democratic party or out, TYLER-BAI- RD. of them think they can put could be fittingly symbolized as u "hapof Garrard including republicans. Bull Mooters and School Superintendent the minister in the hole expounding the FlIllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfS One of the prettiest of the June wed- py voyage". County, subject to' the action of the prohibitionists, are working for the all of them think they can dings nomination of McChesney and trying to gorpel, and Mrs. Anderson's maiden name was was that of Miss Agnes Ruth Democratic primary August 1917. UUERCULOSIS or consumption, known nllfl lis "tilithUw," i pro- beat the editor running a paper. get the party to adopt State-wid- e Tyler and Mr. William Jesse Baird at Lucv Herndon, baing the daughter uf 11 treacherous discus caused "ly the growth In the body of hibition. The purpose of this is easy 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the home A. G. and Nancy Hetndun. She was germ called "tubercle baocUli," millions of little We are authorized to announce Judge They think McChesney the to bee. Reuben fourteen years old when Ker father of the bride's mother, Mrs. because ns they multiply they produce small lump or "tuGOOD DEFINITION OF AGE. Lewis L. Walker, of Garrard county, f State-wid- e asiest man to beat and that Tyler, 41 Burns avenue, Wyoming. The bought and moved to the home where bercles." Tho germs are really tiny plant-likparasites, so small nomina candidate for the Republican prohibition would divide the democratic "Tempting Tommy" Wilson, of Cave ceremony was performed by Rev. A. U she wus married to William Anderson tlmt they must be magnified humlmW of times under a powerful to be tion for Lieutenant Governor, party. City, Ky . has in preparation a classy Wilson of the Wyoming Presbyterian in 1S51. July 6th., by Dr. Hatch. She microscope before one eau see them nt nil. voted for at the primary election to be has spent all of her married life in the collection of gaited and harness spec! church. Ueing a parasite, the germ of tuberculosis, liko thr- mistletoe or held on Saturday, August 7th 1915. The only attendant of the bride was same home. In the same room, at the fungus growth, must live by taking life from something else, nnd on Hon Shelton Saulley, in Tuesday is- mens among them the high going bay gelding, Kentucky's Cardinal, that was Miss Ruth Shipley of Wyoming and the same place, at the same time, (eight this account it lives in the liody of human beings or nuinMls bettor sue of the Interior Journal muses We are authorized to announce Joe thusly: a sensation at last year's late exhibi- best man, was Prof. F. O. Clark of o'clock in th evening) where they were than anywhere else, m the eye, the skin, the knee or the apine, S. Hatelden, of this city. Republican g Berea College. married sixty one years ago they stood nnd most frequently in the lungs, and the other orgaus of breathing. "At Lancaster the other day a Mc- tions. This is a big, bewildering, candidate; for Representative at Nov Chesney enthusiast told the writer he The bridal party was joined at sup- and received congratulations on the ocgelding that-imost attractive Outside of the body, the germs of tuberculosis may bo easily election 1915. uver 300 in the audience that from every angle, and will make a most per by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Howell, casion of their golden wedding und sixty killed, ember counted if they are exposed to direct sunlight for a few hour. Moist heard Mr. McChesney at Lancaster. majestic gaited specimen in which role Miss Francis Wagner and Mr. WInfred first anniversary. Their attendants of heat nt 145 degree F.. boiling water, or stroug alkaline soup, The Lancaster Record u responsible We are authorized to announce Joe newspaper, published that there were I understand he will be exhibited this M. Tyler. 1854 are ull dead with the exception of washing soda nnd similnr household aolutions will aUo A. Burnside, candidate on Republican 13G in the crowd. Which was correct year. After an extended trip East Mr. and one, who is Mrs. Betty McConalthy kill them. If undisturbed, the germs of tuberculosis mny live out-tid- e ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at and which prevaricated?" And speaking of "TemptingTommy" Mrs. Buird will be at home September Gibson. The others were Messrs Jnd. ot the body in wnnn, moist, dark plnccs, such us corners of We were in this audience and made I must tell you of the best definition of 1 at Berea, Ky, where Mr. Baird is Gill Sr.. Mr. Will Wherritt. Garrett rooms November election 1915. nnd hallways, for months or oven years. the count personally and will stand pat age I have yet encountered during my professor of agront my in Berea Co- Elkm, 'Sr., und Dr. Logan, Misses Because of the careless habits of people who hnvo contump- on our count. Mr. Saufley was also in pabular pilgrimage among the palatable llege. Angie Robinson, Bettie Herndon ami tiou and others, tho Kerms of the disease aro everywhere. Every The republicans in Garrard County Among those present nt the wedding Emma Hatch. Mr. Anderson wus hi time n person who has the bnuilli in his sputum spits on the floor. have as candidates before the primary the audience and as he possibly counted pagettry whose parentage and parti for the offices of sheriff. Circuit Clerk . 300 hundred, and with his McChesney sanism path and partake of all 'things and reception were Mr. and Mrs. T. C. years younc his last birthday and Mrs. sidewalk or in nny other exposed place, tho germs by tho billions Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gould, Anderson live yecrs youiiRer than be is. may become dry, and when stirred up by n brdOm or current of and for the Legislature, men who will ! enthusiasm, he probably counted him exquisite and equine. Some few years ago, before Tom was Mr. and Mrs. McClure Todd, Judge and As they stood in the receiving line sir may be inhaled by the chnnce passer. make a strong County ticket for them. self llI times. A speck of dust, such ns fortunate enough to be favored with Mrs. Silas E. Hurin of Findlay Ohio, Tuesday evening with their children! one sees in the sunlight, inny be tho resting place of hundreds of The state ticket with Edwin P. Morrow we could not but these tiny germs. On this account nearly everybody at some timo for Governor and L. L. Walker for President Woaurow Wilson, the re Hymen's hostage and thereby take un Mr. Frank W. Hurin of Chicago, Dr. and e cognized leader of our party, is oppos to himself a better half, he spent most and Mrs. C. S. Fay, the Misses Fay. know they had encountered disaixlnt-men- t or other breathes in tho living germs of tuberculosis. Lieutenant Governor, will buying show horses, most Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brine, Mrs. Louise and sorrow in this long journey. make a most formidable State ticket. prohibition, and is in of his days Why then doesn't everyone die of tuberculosis? BecaiiHo the d to State-wid- e t..d germs of tuberculosis in the body cannot grow, unless they llud corIt matters not who we may have for favor of local option. He holds tha of hfs nights buying chicken suppers, Taft, Mrs. J. M. Smith. Mrs. Prescott lint .1... I. .!..!. h.i..... i.t..u...i t our nominees on the County ticket or liquor question a social and moral one 'cause he sure Was fond of chickens. Smith, Mrs. Albert Lee Tliurmun, they had endured, were not reflected in ' turn tissues that nre weak, Uiibliy, or, as it is better called, "non-th- e faces of either, but they seemed resistant." Everyone lias n certain normal resistance to tubereu-rathe- r have for Governor to lead the State and nut susceptible of being mad and the idle hours between Was spent Misses Ruth. Roberta and Elizabeth to welcome the years as thu em-- 1 lenis. If this resistnnce is lowered for any reason, the germs, which Every In an earnest observation o er the pro- Hyndman, Oskamp, Ruth Peale, Elizaparts of n party program. ticket there Is going to be a sharp Elizabeth Shelow, blems of peace and of rest. in November, the democrats may democrat who Is interested In the gress and procession of the human rac beth Hettinger, Could are almost always nrcsent in the body, will quickly find some tissue Emerson, Mary Bramble and Sarah there have been a more pleasing picture! on which they can grow, and thus the disease U started. It takes understand now that we are beginning organization and would like to nee In general (gender not quoted). had just as much money as he had Kinsey. -- Cincinnati Tribune. He the tight, not without our enemies, ut Wood row Wilson and the national ad than this couple surrounded by their more than the presence of the germ in the body tcixauso tubercnlosw loved ones in the beautiful old home It noeds also a lowered vitality thnt will give thfllfcrm n chnnce to least, having a fair chance to capture ministration endorsed by it vote in 1910 enthusiasm, and he was never able to some. Is not all. of these offices. How- -' should see that state-wid- e at this time spend all of either, consequently with they had nlways lovedf Who can deny grow. It is liko tho becd nnd the soil. Tho scaley pnniMto thnt FOR SALE PRIVATELY. ever, we shall stand loyally by the would probably enable the republicans those weapons of wisdom his abstersive that such a picture is soothing to thu ruins n rosebush frequently eomes from a poorly nourished koil. nominees of our party, whoever they to carry Kentucky in the natirnalelec absorption made him a post graduate The blue grass farm containing 249 human mind, and compensates us for lho tubercle bncillua is the seed; the body is tho noil. If tho soil is e in his particular pates of pasigrsdhical acres and known as the John R. Hender- the loss of many pleasures peculiur to allowed to lose its normal and nntural fertility, tho seed will may be and contribute our might, let it tion next year. playfulness. The writer meeting him son farm, located one mile from Lowell youth. be great or small, to bring success to disease. If the soil is kept up to its full strength, this parasite of those" who carry the banner, from ! We are carrying In our advertising at his office at the Seelbach one day on the L. & N. railroad, May many more years of happiness teed cannot grow,' and no tuberculosis will develop. Once tho germs begin to grow in tho body, they produce injury Governor down to the candidate for I columns this week some matters boost' about three o'clock B. M. (before mar mile from Fonso and from two to four be added to those already passed. and not having seen him for miles of five good churches, and one Legislature in Garrard County. No Ing McChesney. Those present from a distance were to it in two ways: We have no objection riage) y and half mile of the Paint Lick Con Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Lex (1) They destroy tissues.. The destruction in tho lung, for exnm- longer than six months ago the republl- - to the democrats considering both sides some time, said; "Well, Tom; youcer-tainlare a wonder, I don't believes solidated schools. This farm is well im- ington, Mrs. Lulu Bowman of Mason, pie, may amount to n very small spot, or it may bo a largo cavity, can party In Kentucky was a lifeless in this contest, but would suggest that organization with no hopes of success ' General Haley and the other McChesney that you have aged u parlicle in tie proved, having a residence of seven Co., Mrs. Nannie Young of Maysvillei ni "ot infrequently nn entire lung. Tho sooner the discaso is dis- rovered, tho smaller will be tho amount of tissae destroyed, as a for years to come. Today it Is a mill. managers, judging from there past, are last ten yesrs, anyhow you don't look a rooms, a large new stock harn, a five and Mrs. Maria Jasper, of Danville, tant and enthusiastic organization unit- -' more interesting in holding on, than in day older than when I first met you a acre tobacco barn, all the necessary Tbe house was beautifully decorated general rule. (2) The growing germ, while It destroys the body tissues upon few years before you discovered tho out buildings, a good cistern und just as it was long ago und delightful ed as It had not been heretofore for putting over State-wid- e prohibition. He kinder plendld well. on refreshment! were served. The cakes viiich it lives, also produces certain noisons or toxins, which, in hills In Garrard county." A tenant house years. Six months ago the democratic rolled his eyes a little, and It takes this farm of five rooms, good barn were iced with the figures "til" upon turn, cause most of the symptoms of the discaso. Thus, while tho party was united as It had not been for; Daddy Hackney to tell you about Tom's and all out buildings and good cistern. them. j germs may bo active in tho lungs, tho poison which they throw number of years. Why this political off goes through tho entire system. lamps, and in that slow drag of his, The best watered farm In Garrard NEW AGENT. chare! The question Is easy toanswter. said; "Well, now; I'll tell you about county, with seven never failing springs The commonest early symptoms of consumption are: One single issue injected into this camPeople-AsUsV (1) Persistent cough or cold lasting a month or longer; (2) i Mr. T. K. Watson, has recently re- that age part ofit, do you know, Dick, and two large ponds and all In grass, ,TThat paign by ambitious time serving olitl-caIs the best laxative? 'Yean of lioss of weight and appetites (3) Him down Reeling: (4) Afternoon It is so eirif oce in selling all kinds leads us who feel their hold upon the signed his position with Parks and there's only one thing that makes me except about forty acres. (5) Night sweats) and (C) Spitting. , temperature! or streak's democratic organization slipping away Hendren, of Danville, and, has accepted know that I.m gettin' older and that is, situated that it can be divided into to always recommend JWOliw.f of blood iif sputum. and in their desperation to bold on have a position with the Metropolitan insur- that when I have a date for a debutante three small farms, if purchasers desire. Tho presence of any of these symptoms should dead one to turned tTflrOhibition. But the issue Is ance Company,, with headquarters In to" meet me at Fourth and Broadway For further information, write or call as tbe safest, surest and tnost salufac. w. A. or s. u uenuerson, consult. a physician at once. Tuberculosis can be bured'if it is di. made aod the democrats of Kentucky this city. This position was recently and she don't show up, I don't get near on, tery. &dd cdy by u, 1U ccU. Lowell Ky lovfcreddn time; held by Mr. Henry Simpson, who re- as mad as I used to."- - Farmers Home little to be examined and cured. . ItJtvery must fae It.R. E. McRcb.rts Journal, prohibition signed a few weKS ago. or phone 357 B. Lancaster Ky. Shall we adopt state-wid- e , y The day will Crane's ehlldiB'if nt grerHVgnlze . j rr ' S oCtnenoCazm e STORMES DRUG STORE. . I W. 0. RIGNEY Director and , Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, 1 I STORMES DRUG STORE Leads, House Paints and Oils. T d LANCASTER state-wide- August 27th28th, f Golored Fair 1915 What is Tuberculosis? One-thir- One-ha- lf Two-thir- o - . bold-goin- s grand-childre- like-wis- 9) con-te- st pro-dnc- I ' k 9 i j I It he Central Record, Thursday July 8, 1915 Page 5 WILL EXHIBIT AT LANCASTER, KENTUCKY xiii i if. If vv yyji, - Located on Richmond St., Near Railroad Crossing. Auspices of LO.O.F.L odge Ft No 7 r D The Show That Stands fllone as the Cleanest, Most Moral and Refined. Miss Nannie Conn, of Paint Lick, H 70 INCREASE TOMATO YIEu here visiting Mra. Willie Kojston. YOU'LL FIND IT IN Maine Station Reports Gain of 60 Mrs. Kutherir.e Conn Tinsley left Mrs. E. J. llroA-- of Stanford is here V. Cent by Practice Others ReWednesday for a visit to friends in 8 with Mr. and Mrs. Ku'sell Brown. port Fruit Rotted. Louisville. Miss Carrie I'elle Romans is In H I II Is' Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at, (By 8. St. CLINTON.) for a visit to Miss Jessie Ilea- - Mrs. M. F. Elkin, in Lexington at d Miss Mattle Estes. A Brief Mention f (h Comings gone to New Yori. and afterwards wi Wo have never been able to increase Goings I y Thou Wt Arc tntmited la. B visit her brother. Dr. Archibald Elk.i' , the yield of tomatoes or Improve the If you want a house, let us build and Miss Nellie Noland of Louisville Is and wife in Atlarta, Ga. quality by trimming, although some mi HI II in II I.M 111 'mini! the guest of Mr ami Mrs 1. E. McKob- experimenters, among them the Maine turn the key over to you. A. H. Hastin & Son. station, assert that trimming Is an Im-- I tf. Mr. J. 1! Sorer was h visitor in Lex ertJ. provement. Miss Annie 1!u!hI1 I'ish of Stanford Ington last wwk. The Maine station reports that the of Keys, bearing tag is visiting her coU'ln, Miss Mary Lee Increase In the yield due to trimming with my name. Please leave at Record Miss Azile Blam is witn her aunt Lear. blgU ag 50 per cent und office, If found. reached as J. Paris Mahan. Mrs. Onstott in Lincoln county. the gain In weight was very marked. The Misses (iulleye, of Lexington The plants were started In the field Mr. J. P. Prattler left this week to are visitors of their aunt, Mrs. J. II. June 1, headed back July 24, August visit relative in Harrisburg HI. Soper. For Sale. S and September 5. This work should Mm llettie Reynolds in enjoying Miss Margaret Kamey of Eminence Cherry Store Fixtures & Counters. ' be done earlier In the milder climates. v"",,on wUh frire" "l w,lIie- - Ky is here for a visit to her sister, Mrs Ed At each trimming the leading Mrs. Gilcher, Danville' Ky W A TM AT Mft f were shortened about tlx , branches mm. w.iiie Ry,ton i, in Paint Lick. Walker. 1 LHI11 riUVlLlV inches and most of the side shoots be-- I ForSale. Mrs. J. C. Hays, of Stanford is with this week visiting her sister Mr.. Geo, low tbe first clusters were removed. Will cu' all the hay on nny ground over which a mower can be opcrat-- ; conn. her sister. Mrs. Ed. Walkers and1 One sanitary feeding coop. Call and The other clusters were shortened daughters. ed. It's nn improvement over nil other mowers, and we nrc here to and by training the vines on wires to inspect at the home of, J. D. Prayther. Mra Herman Hoover of Georgetown run from five to ten feet high, the sunMiss Annie Powell Is in Richmond It. We swenr by it, nml just want you who nre thinking of (Je- li the guest of her father, Mr James lirove light was admitted to all parts of tbe For Ren!. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Short tting n mower this season, to come in nml let us show It to you. We Smith. plants. and babies. Four nice rooms, garden and half of have scores of satisfied users, mid shnll betflad to give you their nnrnes In our own experiments we have Mr Richard Eyerman of Louisvillo i found that when the vines were freely barn. Apply to Carlton EJkin. Mi's Pearl Hardin, of Decater, P.I., here visiting his daughter, Mrs W. A. and let them speak for themselves. trimmed tbe fruit rotted to a conis with her sister, Mrs. Alex Walker ' Speilh. Yours, for n big harvest, siderable extent and did not ripen as For Sale. and family, , Misses Jennie and Nellie Coy are en quickly nor as evenly as when the Miss Agnes Sims, of Danville was Lot of good seasoned yellow poplar. joying a visit t Miss Leota Kay at vines were untrimmed in the same the week-enguest of Miss Lavvind Iluckeye. garden. In fact, three years ago we All sizes and lengths. Suitable for barns Montgomnry. Elmore Brothers trimmed every other hill, training Miss Lilly Jones Is the attractive them on stakes with cross pieces, and Misses May Powell and Annie Hello guest of Miss Lilly Mte Sutton of allowed tbe other vines to go unThe Square Deal House. New blacksmith. Uallard are visiting Mrs. Jack Davis McCreary. trimmed, held In place only by a single at Paint Lick. Am prepared to do all kind of repair frame. Inclosing the plants on all sides, Robert Hughts Noland of Louilville about eighteen inches high. Mrs L. P. Cooke of Lexington was ' work. Horse shoeing 70 cents. is here for a visit to his year we found the ripest and That E EEE1E the guest on Monday of Misses Mamye Herbert Perkins, Lexington, St. Judge M. D. Hughes. Miss Pearl CrulcMield. best fruit on the untrimmed vines, ' and Ethel Walters. Old Greenleaf stand. Mrs. Margaret Logan of Montana The Hhove likeness represents the while ihnf. on the trimmed vines Meters Cosby and Van Logan of New winner of the second prize in the Pony ripened unevenly and showed n dewill arrive this wee,k for a visit to Mr. per 5 per tl. York are the gaciti of their uncle, Mr. contest. She Is the happiest girl In cided tendency to rot. and Mrs. J. II. Sopor. (That was a dry season with us, and II. T. Local, and wife. town and is naturally proud of the Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph enjoyed a Years 5 5 it may be that the trimmed vines, reIf so call at Sidney Aldridge, of Texas, is here beautiful little pony, for which she and ceived too much hot sun. Another recuperative stny of two weeks with her friends worked so hard in win. thing Loans made on real estate. If you country. friends In the visiting his brother Joe Aldridge and noticeable was that the flavor She succeeded in getting over two milof the tomatoes on the untrimmed need cheaper money on long time, see Mrs. O. T. Tapp, and son. of Parip, wife a; d other Lancaster relatives. ii lion votes and is very grateful to her vines was better and tbe fruit firmer me about it. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie G. It. Swinebroad, Miss Helle Moore, of Somerset, has friends for the assistance given her. than that on the trimmed vines. Thomas, and other relatives. been the attractive guest of Mrs. Lancaster. Ky. Her suggestion. Mm. J. S. Rawman of Lewis county Harry Crutchneld, on Stanford street. also Everything In Soft Drinks for a nice Lunch, , "Sometimes I think." remarked th STATE TREASURER. is here for a stay with her parent Mr. timid young man in the parlor scene, OIL, OIL, ATTENTION, Misa Delia Rice Hughes has returned and Mrs. Wm. C. Anderson. home after a delightful visit at the Hon. Claude II. Terrell, candidate for "that If I er had money I would E DQ E DG E Miss La Verne N'evius and brother home of Mrs. Joe S. Hurnside, near the Democratic nimlnation for State er get married." "Well," suggested FARMERS. James are in Stanfurd with their grand Hackley. Treasurer, mudi- an enviable reputation the dear girl wbo was occupying the I can save you money, can flllyour mother, Mrs. Mattle N'evius. as Speaker of the Kentucky House of other end of the sofa, "why don't you Messrs. It. Zimmer, W. A. Speith Representatives in 1012 and 11)14 He try and er borrow some?" barrel, or aeil you an A. No. 1, Miss Eliza Lunsford has returned and Mr. Everman of Louisville, and steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon from a stay of thfre weeks in Cincin Hilly Miller were visitors in Richmond has served three terms in the Legisla capacity, at a low figure, and fill same ture, and the fact that he was elected Frank Confession. nati with her sister, Mra Wells. Sunday evening. Diaw II presiding ollicer for two terms is proof The long balr that some musicians with the best oil at low prices, saving Miss Eunice I'rather left Monday for Mr. and Mro. John Crutclitleld are of his high standing. Only a fairmind-ed- , wear Is not always the result of an you from $1 to $2. a vacation of two Weeka visiting relaclean man can repeat in this high artistic tosnperament. We knew one at home after a short visit to Mrs. If you cannot make arrangements for the money you ov e nnd tives in Richmond anJ Lexington. Crulchtield's niece. Miss Carrie Uould- - position. Mr. Terrell is all that and who frankly confessed that he would through vour merchant, call or phone rather spend 25 cents for beer than to Standard Oil, Agent, note how much more resmore. He is a substantial, practical, Mra. (. U Karris and little son John en, of Nicholasville. throw the money away for a haircut man, with a wide experience in of Denver Colorado have arrived for n pectfully your creditors reJ. W. Sweeney, Mrs. S. D. Turner and little daugh- able business of various kinds, which fact Misses Cill. visit to her sisters, the Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. ter, Annie Helle Turner, of Lexington, gard you. They like to do will be of much service to him in dealSomething New in Novels. Mis9 La Verne Dickerson and Master are guests of .Mrs. Turner's rrmther, He ing with the affairs of the State. business with n man who "I have an Idea for a novel," said ' Kudolpli Dickerson are guests.of their Mrs. Helle Austin. Mr. Pcnwlggle. Is n farmer, merchant and banker. "Wba Is It!" "A FARM FOR SALE. has an account at the aunt, Mrs. Kd Kenned at Hryantsville. Mrs Theodere Cowherd of Louisville Ttw office of Treasurer carries with it very large volume thickly upholstered. Farm containing D6 acres, three miles Master Wm, Kenner left the past and Miss Ucttle McDowell of LaGrange a membership of the State Sinking When you get sleepy after reading a Giirard Bank & Trust Co. week for his home in Somerset after a will arrive the last of the week for a Fund Commission anJ al of the State few pages you can use It tor a sofa north of Lancaster on the Lexington pillow." pike, well improved with good stock stay Willi his Hunt, .Mrs, U. Zimmer and visit to Mrs. J. R. Mount. They know he is doing business In a business like way. He tier Rotrd of Valuation and Aoesment. barn and all necessary out buildings, family, open such an account even if your affairs ar not large. Thev These important boards have general Mr. J. E. Dickerson, one of Lancas with never failing springs and splendid will grow all right. Should Never Argue With Them. Mr. Opple Ilrown, one of the cour- ter a leading business men, 'has just charge of the financial affairs of the young orchard in full bearing. The If a woman wants to paint her face teous clerks in MeKobert? Drug store. purchased a handsome new Overland State, and they al&o fix the franchise & lesldence contains ten rooms, with bath was wiui nomeftilka ut Stanford on car, which he expects to arrive about valu,!4 f corporations for purposes of It's none of the state's business, de and other modern conveniences. This taation. Mr. Terrell lias an intimate clares a Cincinnati woman. And the Sunday, the last of the week acquaintance with these matters gain- state will probably drop tbe subject has been mostly in grass for the past 14 years and Is now ready to grow Miss Anne Helle Hurnslile who under- ed through Ins Mrs. W. II. O'llannon of Stanford, experience in the Leg- right there. Knoxvllle Sentinel. hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fivMiss Pearl Harden of Decatur' III., and went an operation for appendicitis at islature. He is above reproach in every acres in bluegrass, the balance in clover-an-d Miss Minnie Pherigo, of Lexington are Robinson Infirmary in llirmingham way, sober, incorruptible and deiend-ablThat) Depends. meadow. The desirable location, fer guests of Mrs. Wm Simpson. Ala., is improving and has been moved He takes his duties seriously as "Hasn't a man & right to change his tility of the soil, makes this a most Mr and Mrs John Huskinsof Danvills to the home of her sister Mrs. J, V. a State officer and works earnestly to mind?" asks a defendant sued for al bring about the greatest good to thu leged breach of promise. Evidently desirable home. For further particuMrAdolpli Joseph of Lancaster and Arnold. QUEEN lar: apply to , not, where a woman Is concerned. Miss Emma Doner of Louisville formed Mrs. A. D, Kirk, Sr., and attractive largest number of citizens. Alex West, Lancaster Ky. In eastern Kentucky Mr. Terrell iij Duffalo Times. u motoring party to High Ilrldge. daughter. Miss Anna Helle, left Sunday 8 OF THE iiicuesier, vuiu, very strong. All who served with him Mrs. J. Itoe Young, of Maysville, is ,ur meir iiuiiiv hi in the General Assembly have brought Where Nature I Most Generous. with her parents, Mr. and Mm. Wm. after a delightful visit 'o her son, Mr. back to their districts tne most favoraG. Anderson, she having come to help A. D. Kirk Jr., and wifu on Danville There are few places where nature ble reports of him as a gentleman and Avenue. baa hidden her gifts to bountifully as them celebrate their tHst marriage as a worthy public' servant. In the Ulg In Cuba. This Is especially true about anneversary. Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Uurnsido have Sandy Valley Mr, Terrell is w'ell known ' tbe tropical fruit) of that region. LUNCHEON It will Interest Lancaster people to returned from llirmingham whsre they by reputation and also has many per-- j by the Illness of their' know that Miss Mary Johnston, the were called sonal friends, who are working for him 'daughter. Miss Anne Helle, Theyj solidly. No citizen who wants clean Musical Note. and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The phonograph is a great Invenwill tell you that it Wm, Clelland Johnston of Nicholasville were accompanied home by Anne Cat h men in important places will make any tion, but as a musical Instrument the will leave shortly for a visit to friends erine and Vincent Arnold. mistake voting for Claudo Terrell for stock ticker bas the sweeter voice. COOLING DRINKS Is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it In Otnaho Nebratka, and will join tier Mr, und Mrs. W, G. Anderson were btatu Treasurer Ulg Sandy News. Transcript, ' lloston parents later for an enjoyable stay In honor guests at a handsome reception (Advertisement) good things to cook with In preis to have California. at their home on Tuesday In celebration may be had at the Welt Supplied. paring a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of The following young people enjoyed of their 61st marriage anniversary. ! Anyway, a man never bas to worry an outing at Crab Orchard Springs on There are only 5 now living who were good coal at a fair price. about a ventilating system for bis air 'Sunday; Mines lie ttlo and Polly Rey- present at their marriage in years agene. castles. Los Angeles Express. nolds, Misses Mary and Carrie Held, Readers of the "Record" will be inCo Misa Eliza Todd, and Messrs Chester terested in hearing that Mrs, Edward Iocorrsrat!, Has Priceless Relic, Smlth.of.DanyUIe, Bracken Wallace, Montz, a grest.nicc of Mrs' Susan Tbs only complete ancient Roman KtBlacky Danville, worth Elmerf!djHr;.l!le Reynold and John Salter, of this city as well as a visitor li! We give Automobile Tickets on every standard In existence is owned by an tWill Relieve Your IndlgesttoriJ Tutuii, and Miss Hums. and Mr... Hat- of Iter Lancaster relatives, has comEsglllbBMsS. ' R. E. McRobsrts pleted visit to her parents, Mr. anil field of Danville, Gossip About People v .. sr-- Mr. G. M. Lyon was Monday on business. In Richmond f ! I 1 IS LOST;-Cunc- h I TTDTTf VLlYllLRLi Lll ITT llTD -- I ' tfm' I . J. R. Mount, Son & Co. d grand-fathe- w ARE YOU HUNGRY? 7 1- -2 1- -2 j J- 4 3 - Check sill THE Si The Garrard Bank Trust Company e e. I Kitchen I i ir j Lancaster Lumber & ManTg Shop Perfect , Dyspepsia Tablets, $1. i lsststjgsssmiaslismsl ' ' - l Page 6 CITY ORDINANCE. An ordinance levylntf lind 'providing for the collection for the yeir 1915 in advalorura tax on all property subject to taxation in the city of Lancaster and pull tax on each miie Inhabitant over twenty-on- e yer ot age anu apportion-in- g all other estimated revenue. The City Council of the City of Lan. caster, Ky., do ordain as follows: Section 1: That there be and there is hereby levied for the year 1915 upon each One Hundred Dollar of all the as sessed and ameseable property, reai, n,nnnil ami nuxml. tangible and In tangible, of every kind and description r. liable for taxation In the City of Un-paiteKv.. an ad valorem tax of ati.ntv.fta rente fnr the seveml Iur noses and the rate for the several Items ... 4 I'. '. tnMiwiKjin"uri oi expenuuure S1NK1N0 FUND. cents upon each $100 01 worth of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing tfor the Sinking Fund, the revenue arijin(?from which is apportioned as to the items of 1G cents on expenditure as follows: each $100.00 of property liable for taxa-tlo- n purpose of providing the for the sum of $1500.00 to meet and pay the interest on the boiided indebtedness of the city, which becomes due in Ma and i he Central Record, Thursday July 8, VOTERS OF KENTUCKY 19 Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Maud Doumount, et al, I'laintiHa VS Nannie Uoatley, et al. Defendants, Pursuant to a judgment rerdered here' in at the June Term, 1916, the under signed Commissioner will sell at public Hucuon oeiore me uourt House door in Iancaler, hv., at II i, 'clock, A. M or there-about- s oti MONDAY. JULY, 26. 1915. it being the first ilav of tha (larranl County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describ eu as loiiowa. , rt .. . in uarraru Uuumv. Kentucky, mi ScMta Fork, adioinine the old William Tester Farm, supposed to contain four acres more or less, and H the same tract of land cor.veyed to Ruben Ray by I'eter Anderson by deed dated July 24, isro, and recorded In the Garrard Uounty Clerk's Office In Deed Book No. 15, page 336. and hounded as follows: On the North by the lards of Mike Runolds, on the East by the lands of Dirge I'endleton. on the West hv the lands of N. K. Dogie, and on the South by the lands of Mike Runolds. The DUrnose of this sale is in ill.twi.e of the land indivisible and jointly owned by the parties and to divide the pro- ceeas among ijie parties entlt'etl to re. ceive same. TO THE DEMOCRATIC .... on each $100:00 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing the sum of $1000.00 for the ultimate redemption of the bonded indebtedness ef the citv and all revenue over and beyond the sum of $2500.00 raised by the said levy ot 15 cents on each $100.00 TERMS. worth of Dronertv liable for taxation This sale will be of revenue fund six months and the made on a credit be shall ro to the general purchaser will and the same Is hereby apportioned required to execate bond with approved ratably among the several Items of ex security for the purchase price, due In penditure there under. 6 months, bearing t! per cent interestper WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND. annum from date until paid, havingthe 2nd 10 cents on each $100.00 w rlh of force and effect of a judgment, upon ot properly liable lor taxation for th which execution may issue, payable to purpose of pro Wing tor the deficit in W. II. Drown, Master Commissioner ot the Water Works Kevenue Fund aris the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien ing from the excess or the expenditures will be reserved upon the property sold for the Water Works a) stem, above unm an me purchase money U paid. the revenues arising from this levy to W. H. Brown. M. C. ft. C. C. the extent of $1000.00 shall go to the water worxs Jtevenue f und and used J. E. Robirson. Attorney for Plaintiffs. in defraying tile current expenses of trie water works system, but all re STANFORD venues over and beyonu $1000.00 aria, ing from this source shall pass co the General Revenue Fund acd the same Miss Margaret Kincaid of Louisville, are hereby apportioned n the Account Is visiting Mrs. Beverly Rout. of general Claims against the city not Miss Lucy Lee Walton Is visiting otherwise provided lor. relatives and ftiends at Nashville. GENERAL REVENUE FUND, Miss Emily Gnither of Harrodsburg. oni, oecuun i. roriy cents upon eacn iw,uv oi proper ly uaoie ior tax- Is the guest ot Miss Elizabeth Hlggins. ation for tile purpose of providing a Mrs Claude I'ennybacker and children General Revenue tund fur the payment of the following items of expenditure; of Danville are visiting Mrs. A.C. Hill. 10 cents upon each $10u. ot ptoperty Miss Ella Mae Robinson, of Lancas liable for taxation for the purpose of lighting the city: 121 cents uoon varh ter, was the guest Sunday of Miss Cora $100. ot property liable for taxation for Lee. uie purpose ot paring Lity officers' Miss Sallie Mills Craig Is In Danville salaries: 12 cents upon each $100.00 of property liable for taxation for the visiting Mr. and Mrs. James H.Jlaugh- purpose of buildinjr and maintaining an. treats in the City of Lancaster; Scents Miss Margaret Todd, of Columbia, is upon each $100.00 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of paying all the guest of her brother. W. R. Todd general claims against the city not and wife. otherwise provided for. Miss Dora Straub has returned home Section 2. -- That there be and there is hereby levied for the year 1915, upon from Louisville, where she spent sev every male inhabitant of the City of eral days. Lancaster, Ky, over twenty-on- e years Miss Anne Davis McRoberts spent of age a poll tax of $1.50 for the purpose of repairing and maintaining the last week In Lancaster with relatives atreels and public highways in the city, and friends. the revenues arising from which shall John H. Meier and family, of Dan be used for the said purpose. Section 3 All revenue derived in ville, spent Sunday with his parents in fines and forfeiture is hereby apportion- this county. ed to the General Revenue Fund of the Mr. and Mr P. W. McKinney. of City and shall be used to pay the expenses and liquidate any claims against Corbin, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the citv not herein provided for. mil iiocxer. Section 4. All other revenues of the Miss Marv Gaines, of Crab Orchard. city, including licenses and back tax collected from all sources, and all rev- is visiting her aunt. Mrs. B. Alexander enues from all other sources except at Owenton. those arising from the- - Water Works Miss Emily Murphy, of near Danville System are hereby apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and shall be has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. George used to pay all general claims against F. DeBorde. the City not otherwise provided for. Miss liallie Hocker. of Kansas Citv. Section 5. All revenues arising from the Water Works System is hereby Mo., is here visiting Mrs. T. A. Rice apportioned to the Water Works Rev- and other relatives. enue Fund, and shall be used in paying Miss Gertrude Black has returned to the expenses of maintaining and reher home in Barboursville, after a visit pairing the Water Works System. Section 6. This ordinance shall take to Mrs. C. Hays Foster. effect from and after its passage, apMiss Sue Taylor Engleman returned proval and publication a required bv August, 1915. respectively; 10 cents up ahroail In our Ulate. Iloada are the arte road lirlnt roar-ket- a flea of commerce. lo procurers, assist In illspMlns; ot product attmulatt nal(hborhot intercourse. Invite travel ami are of ttie greate tat al) In the development or our ami I believe with WwkIhiw Wilson, an I, a stated In the till Kentucky Democrat. tr platform, that "temperance la essentially a moral, ami aaeial question, ami should not be maile a parr tlsan laaue between political parties." ami I approve the passage of the county unit law In compliance with the platform pleilfe of 111. I am unalterably oppoenl to I wide prohibition as undemocratic, Staffunfair to an Inter! which, by the Invitation of our laws, has ao much money In this business In Kentucky I Invested and which paya auch a large proportion ot the tatea ot ear Slate. I am not In I favor of reducing ur Hlata to the nltU-- I eondlllon of bankruptcy that etlita y Jin neat Mrainla and Tennessee by drlllnc this lane aource of revenue from the Utate. I do not believe that any general demand er sentiment eilala In Kentucky for State-wid- e prohibition, hut that thla quejtloa baa been forced on the "ew Domiciana in direct n. " fiance o tha mandalee of the 1911 nlal .. form, hnnln .1.1. JAMES P. BOWAROS. (and control of tha State. I am In favor overnlng Ita own affairs In submitting ny candidacy for the " '"r," f oiner question, and I Democrats nomination for the omce of ytt.V"?" -- w . ir lieutenant Inuoverjeor or KeniucKy, 10 oe k. voted for ,0, . tha primary to be held bn RflJ K'n: 'J ?u.n,r pren-- n hat the Aiacust T. 1115, 1 aak the. eupport and In- ,Jr "'kL nuenee of Uemocratl voters of our party ',w,i "JX f", ,h0" counties opptaml liquor can atop ta sale I believe the principles enunciate,! the I 1 lawa axa nat the lliel m.iI n i.if.. ... !. In the Kentucky Democratic olatform of llQUOr as there are lawa amln., . luirnce, anu 1 oeneve that eaehomn Ull to be the aupreme law of the parly, n eipreaslone of tha will of the majority ty should punish and control Its IkmH-- saera as It punishes Ita other criminal. until chanzed br tha carte In convention The enforcement of the law In any com- assembled. pace wiin puoiic opinion. I believe that tfce only Just government 1 : ' 1 derives its poliear (torn the consent or the ofbelieve the people of Kentucky are tired fhe liquor question, and If elected, so governed. That subtle officials ate servants, not maatere, of the people. I believe In the greatest degree of Individual hear of It for four years. believe we have had too much bitter liberty that la coexistent with the welfare much personal politics, too of society. I heartily Indorse ,the. re Isl.m I Ci"!. . v. or it,, mrirr in . useless laws, irwt mticr. fi.d.ni m acta of the National Administration and j Pd.!0o,u,,Je real wot k for tha upbulldlnv ,.r I Not inai eeneclallv the roursel nr 1h.11 oeneve mat lUIng Democrats the Hon. Wood row !?V ,'n supplant Individual effort. or illsur with the Kuriioean .ii.i we jan oy legislation make a "prom situation and In his efforts to Insure seu land. ltws can not create wealth our national peace at all costs save at .mu"' eomt through Individual effort i.u, the eapenee of our national honor, and truly iei us in Kentucky make All men equal before the law, and assure bellee It the dutv of everv rlrlsen y to uphold his hands In the present crisis, yam man a isir cnanre mat he may the reward of Industry, and let ua regardless of party affiliation. have equal and exact Justice to all and I heartily contrasad the present administration In Kentucky for Ita efforts to exclusive privileges to none. 1 redeem, and In redeeming, the pledges .W.V " candidate for this nomination made to the people In the Democratic v'.1, nJ defaeited according platform of Hit. In the enactment of a official count by a plurality of l.isl to the votes direct primary law to Insure fair elections 1 hope to win tajs time, and hope thit In Kentucky and that any man might the Democrats oT Kentucky will elve submit his claims for office to the votera. kindly thla second, thrusting of myself upon the political atage. I have n.l axes am in tavor or ine eiteneiun and betterment of the aehools nf Kentltckv en to grind, no sores to heal, no malice tothat the children ef people In all walka ward any man or aet of men, and i 1 if life may receive that degree of educadebts to pay exeeyt those of gratitude for tion that will put them on an equal foot-In- a the support I received before. 1 was with the children anil vnuth nt that win in iwniuvrr. my ancestry rim, Stale now affording the best educational through the Cumberland t.ap from Viradvantages In the battle of life. I ap ginia In KIT and settled In Nelson ounty prove or tha women of Kentucky, to ve uvea upon Kentucky soil ever Whose hearts this Sllblert Is enlal:v since. Kvery sentiment and tie of my ancestors and myself la In Kentucky dear, voting In aJI.echool elections. I I favor lawa to Jtstroy all corrupt lob- love and honor her history. Kvery hope for the future of my children la linked UIIIH 111 IRIIIUCKJ. to Kentucky art! Its future I ravor removing I ma. the prisons of Ken i... tucky from political and for humane lawa ' c"ld In the common schools and grid- 1 governing prisoners, looking to their re college. 1 have nrac- form, and In accordance with the advance tlced law lnire In Jefferson county and for a While In Caldwell mitnlv alna m thought nt the day on thla subject 1 am for an ecoaomle ailmfnlatratlnn Jorlty I have served two terms in the of the government, the abolition of use. Kentucky Legislature. What ability t leas offices and that same degree of care have to nil thla office I leave for those In the expenditure at tha people's money who know me to say. That I will do my as la exerclaed la private life: for the full duty aa I ae without fear or favor liquidation of tha State debt and believe and with due regard to what I have here-I- n aald, 1 affirm. mat a state. Ilka an Indlv dual, should I appeal to you for your vote and help live within Ita Income. 1 ravor the aonatitutlonat amerulment and Influence. If you will favor for a change In tha method of taxation In thla nomination I ahall use my me with Kentucky to tha and that all nronertv endeavor to wage with your other utmost nomishall bear Ita Juat proportion of taxation, nees a successful tight In November, and that capital may tie Invited to the whatever ahall be vour decision 1 ahaii to help develep our wonderful nat- aa I have always done In the past, supState ural reekjurcea and be assured of a souare port at the polls and on atump the deal; that It mar kaow from laws In ad nominees ot our party. I the vance Juat what It may expect and that jority ruie ana anau aoiae believe In ma bv tt. It will not have to get Into politics to The Democratic National Admlnlstra. avoid being taxed to death, and also that tlon la entitled to a vote of conrldenre. It can not expect by political influence to rteniucay la. ana of ngnt ought to ue, avoid Ita Juat burden ot the expenditure a Democratic Stats. After wa have aa. necessary to operate the government. lected our nominees ere wilt get together I ravor tha enactment of lawa permitup an ana democratic Ins ting among farmers and Jorltypile November. la among all class ea of labor sufficient to Thanking you for your consideration procure rair marveta ror their products of this announcement and ana to prevent id encroacnaient 01 mo aollcltlng your aupport, J am reapectfully your oba ipoly on their rlghta. p. (SUWA1IDB. aervant, 1 am In full aoaoril with tha aolrlt of aient rrospect, JesTasvao JAa. eoay. Kentucky. road building; and lanproveroeet that la June II. lilt. (Adv.) lxl A SAFE INVESTMENT FREE PROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. PAYING 7'a in Ji:.J i! SiJril $133. C. C. Mengel 8e Bro. Co. r; c..iTiit mmm mn. Pf?E?SRI7EO AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Mir. W; -. March. June, September ;.iml December. KrdccetuUt aa a wh Je or n ;art, at any time, at the ofHtun of . the Company at 12 and a;rued dmdsnJ. v 'A Ai !'" ,hav n.mti. " ".! "' APITAUZATION. Aiitaerlseil ,ah..i ot.i.i SI, 300.000 $1,300,000 2,300.000 1.437.003 e the btwineM of this Comiwny and Important feature this issue of stock mny be Rrn.T.art-.- l hritjily as follows: 1. This stock i3 a legal tr. Mtawnt for trait funds in the State of Kcntttcky. 2. The tmpny lsns no hndod or mortunge imlebtcilno). 3. This buiirwsi was esta'ttKrel in 1877 by t C. ttttWi nml C, R. Menjftl. and incortoratI i I WW as C. C. MVnucl & Uro. Co., under the laws of the Suite of Kcntuaky, and has been crotitMualy successful during the whole period of 33 yanrs. I. The business of tlw Corennny U the manufacture of Mnhfignny Lumber and Veneers, and it is He larsesx importer rvf .Khosjunjr in the United States: its provur'JsMi of the entire importation in 1911 be 1914. 1IT. ins 13; lei-- ', 2i?t; I. The leral urocretlinif' to- - the vuue of the above Praerrtd iMox, P. Huntphny, and Stock have bcn pas-- c upn b- Archibald 0. Young. Esq.. of L 1 CamuUtlTi Common 3tJ Oatetendlni Pr!srrai Stoea U; PRICE. SlOO PER SHARE. to b.' A lJil. .ifuc ' ! .vid.-nJ-a JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUJSVILLE TRUST CO. WAKEFIELD a CO. JOHN W. tt D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE. KY. Special circular givim; complete details of the above issue of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment for the stock may boinadc t the r. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Mrs. W. R. Todd entertained at"500" I You Saturday in honor of Miss Gertrude! re troubled with heartburn, rum and Black of Bsrbourvtlie, snd Miss Mardistressed feeling after eating take garet Todd of Columbia. There wens) Dyspepsia three tables of plavers. A delightful j salad course and ices and cakes were J before and after each meal and you will . 1.. oeI If I drink -- ifs Tablet served. . r ai -l law. Attested. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Saturday afternoon from a visit to friends atWlliamsburg. Clerk. Hurt. Mrs. L. F. Jones and Mrs. Dave Newland. of Crab Orchard, are the guests of Miss Ha Newland. Capt. J. L. B. Coffey, of Frankfort, is here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffee for A few days. OF Mrs. J. B. Payne, of Jacksboro, Tenn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. S. J. Tatum. at Crab Orchard. ( l. G. Davidson, Mayor. F. G. City LAND. G. C. Walker, VS. Plaintiff. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction oexore me iouri House doorin Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. U. or mere udouisv on MONDAY. JULV 2Cth, 1915, it being the first day of the Garrard iouniy iouri term, the. real estate mentioned in in pleadings and dea cribed as follows, In Garrard County. Ky, on the Lan caster and JJanville Turnpike road and bounded as follows; Beginning at a pome in the mwuie ot the said road, new corner; thence leaving the road 1915. t; the June Term, W. H. Parks, et al. Defendants, rursuant to a judgment rendered at Misses Belle Denny, Annie McKinney and Esther Ilurch are in Danville this week attending the Chautauqua. Mrs. W. A. Carson and daughter, Miss Annelle are visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Romans at .Lancaster Misses Sara and Frances Cormney hrve returned from u visit to relatives in Louisville and Ibanon Junction. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Worner, Mrs. A P. Hunn and Miss 3arah Hunn motored to Lexington Monday and spent the day Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes andguest, Mrs. Carrie Quellon, of Lexington spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs, near a cedar; mence r, 23 passing a sycamore at 11 poles, ill all 12.12 poles to a point In the aforesaid road in line to J. V. Cook, now W. R. Cook; thence wiin pine anu uwk tine, N Til W 25.6H poles to the beginning, containing 1 acres. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy the debt due by the defeidants to G. C. Walker for $C10.00 with Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1 1915, until paid, principal and interest on date of sale amounting to $C61.75 and $SQ. the estimated cost of the act on. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due In six months bearing six percent interest per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W, 11. Drown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon all the property sold until the purchase money is paid. v W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. G. C Walker, Attorney for PUT. and running new line N 421 E 22.30 poles to a buckeye tree on a small bluff mence a oil u.w poles to a stone John Buchanan, of the Courier-Jou- r nal Job Printing 0 . Louisville, is vis. iting his mother and listers at Crab Orchard. Miss Margaret Engleman and brother who have been visiting relatives in this and Garrard county, left Sunday for their home at Braddock, N. D. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney. who has been attending the D. & D. School at Northampton, Mass., returned home Wednesday to spend the summer. M. D. Garner, who has a good posi tion with the - & N. In Louisville, spent a week with old friends In the East End. His wife anil daughter ac I- The Alumni banquet will be the event of the weeK. It will be given ort Friday venirg in the spacious halt over the . wl- H -State Bank anJ Trust Company. This mu Is an age of specialisation, my Is the first banquet of this kind ever boy, and the only men who succeed Kiven in Stanford and therefore is In a big way are those who pick out creating much Irterest. some particular line of work and live they gut to know mono with The Tennis Party iriven by Misses about It until most other fellows. Conit than Sallie Burdet.e.an) Jean Paxton and centration, consistent and persistent Messrs Wallace Smgietoa on Monday effort In one direction Is tha surest afternoon was one of the mnst enjoy road to success. Youll never win In able parties civm this summer. The a big way except, accidentally If afternoon was n iJ-- al one, juit cool you scatter your energies. Islle'a. enough for thep'ayers to enjoy playing. Delicious ice cr-i- m and cakei wore Thrift. served. A Pennsylvania girl baa won the J. W. Overstreet. Ben Jennings. prize that the American Society for Wallace Sinel-tn- n and W. C Potts had Thrift recently offered for" the best a very narrow escape Saturday after-w- n definition of thrift, says the Youth's Companion. while on their way to Lexington management "Thrift," she wrote, "Is of your affairs In auch a In a Ford c". The accident occurred manner that the value of your possesnear Camp NeNoi. They saw a car sions Is constantly being Increased." coming down the hi!I on th wrong side The definition may seem trite, but of the road and after setting within the the trutbj it expreaies needs constant distance of ubout 30 feet of car. which emphasis. Saving money on one thing was driven by Sidiey DeLsney of Lex to waste It on another Is not thrift. ington, Mr. Overstreet secided that the other fellow wa not going to take Errors of Dramatists. his his side of the roaJ he pulled on to The' early Kngllsb dramatists (b the other side and when he pulled his fore Shakespeare) were led to form aa car to the other slo5 so did Mr. V erroneous conception of tragedy. In Laney and If Mr Overstreet had not order to secure for It Us due Imporstopped his car the wreck would prob tance and the greatest possible effect abl have been worst. None of the oc tbey exaggerated the tragic element to such a degree as to make It hideous cupants of either car e hurt. and horrible, and to accomplish thla they had recourse to the most forced situations, to the delineation ot coarsa Have Small Deilre to Roam. Famous for its fish, the little Island outbursts of passion and to a diction Inwhich was unnatural, forced and of Marken, on the Zuyder Zee, la habited by a atlfrdy folk -- who have no desire to travel. Indiod. so satisfied are the people ltb 'heir little island V'sn,i1 i Ching. home that many of them die without The little b had a bad habit ot ever having any other part of running off un 'ill mother tied bltn to the world. a clothi'sl!n ni Just let him play along tha rltthnllne, and said to hlmi "Mother will have to- - tie you just like a little log until you learn to stay at home," Thla remark was overheard by his llttU sister and brother, who were playing close, but - R. E. McRoberta so delightfully stimuIatiBi?" than good, more than delicious. PAR FAY is more It is so stimulating1. Wholesomely and agreeably so! There's a "kick" to and body out of the rut of the day's hard work and makes you better able to meet and conquer the problems that arise. PARFAY'S flavor, PARFAY'S richness, PAR-FAY'smoothness all these will attract you to PARFAY as you have never been to another soft drink. But the thing that will really win you to PARFAY for all time to come is its gentle and delightful stimulation. that lifts your mincf it, a "come-back- " a'tt - S companied him. Mr. and Mrs. Jamss Mtrshon came up from Lebanon Junction to visit relatives. Mr. Mershon has about re covered from Injures received In a freight wreck some three weeks ago. W. W. Saunders. It. L. and J L. B. Coffey and Master Shelby Coffey spent Sunday afternoon With the family of W. It. Dillion at London. They found Mrs. Dillion somewhat Improved from. a protracted Illness. rD: Of BOURBON ONE rtXHTRY HOP CUBC little boy tired of his girl playmate and ssld to her- - "Olga, won't you please be the die; a while? I want Teddy to play wlff me." after about ten minutes time the other dawn a chick's tnroat cures f'PMj A few itropa la the armtlna: water curea aaa prevents cholera, diarrhoea amlo'tiercnlrk diseases. One p.:tl dikes u rilloas of Us41clae At all Jrutflsu. feiuple booklet oa'nia. ciscauf JTuwU1' aeat fllCE. Try it TODAY EXCLUSIVE - Everywkere Jefferson School two tah jwim. uoarunt!lllh limr aaeU")!. J. UwU eaaLLJl. enSteeia.Jta.S. a IS Lancaster Bottling Works DISTRIBUTORS lit Baurkoa RawS Cj, Utiifm. Ij Soli b McRoitrts Dnij Store aa4J. R.Mowt&Co. TS foe baes la eaf aaJkit UuMS, Tulthal Prellg.rrimUE iaala4Jiil mil lkljldu S,iaL,J ttf nans Xateffwa rsaur u tniaa, wtim Hcrc'.There. EveryvylWt he Central Record, Thursday July 8, 1915 Page 7 NTED To buy every mule that will do for army use, 15-- 1 to 16 hands high, five to 10" years' old, weigh 1000 to 1200 pounds;, waiat good, sound rugged mules. , GENTRY-THOMA- S TENTH ANNUAL BLUE GRASS FAIR OPENS AT LEXINGTON, Besl Fair In tha Midd'3 PROPER FEEDR3R DRY COWS Animal's MONDAY, AUG, Attractions, 2 In- us cluding ilGiin C, Wo&ar's Prize Band of the World, lW.ar a.fi,Ji . '"1 & FLETCHER LEXINGTON, KY. MANN, 1 .v The undersigned hereby ifve warn-In- R to all persons not tn trespais opon t our in ,ds for tirv pun " whatever as my v k. rnrtDLT we ;i ,i an ,T(. ...rg f , As toon as a cow stops Riving milk extent of th law. Hunter-Fisherme- n feeding should begin at once for the especially take nctk. "filo nil year. There ar" ihree spe It.Ut . c t irpOM for which she rfcould be Ed&Ntirrice W. R. Cot. JIM. lietweea J. v.. .t. led during her brief vocation. OFFICE H. 0. Arnold. Janws O. i , . First, If she I a soed, J, V. Bhws1. cow, her last year's work has been J. C. Mornan, CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. J. II. and W. S. Weaver wearing on her and her digestive ','! Residenc Thone 41 We will add other names for ttee.'t. Offlr Phoie should have a rest as fat as practicable To accomplish this pur- cash. KY. LANi'A&TEK. pose feeds of n'coollng and light, bulky nature, as pasture grass, In summer and silage In winter should be supCounty Coart Dars. plied. Secondly. In feeding tho dry cow It Uiehmonil, 1st. .Mtaehty. Is essential to build up the future calf. Paris, 1st. Mumly. Nitrogenous or protein feed must be Frankfort, 1st. given for this purpose. About alt the Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. alfalfa or clover hay that the cow will Lexington, 2nd. Monday. cat, combined with a little bran, Is exC. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. cellent. t'mtn r t itaetirnOnaranteeit Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. purpose in feeding Is to The third Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. storo up In the cow's body fat to be Danville, .'lil. Monde;-- . drawn upon later, as well as stamina Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Manday for her coming work. To make fat nothing Is better than corn, with a NIcliolasvUle. 3rd. Monday. small amount of other grains. And Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. there Is nothing better for Imparting Somerset. 3rd. Monday. Fine Cut Flowers. stamina to an animal than oats, Georgetown, 3rd. .Monday. LANCASTER 4th. Monday M. MUCH DEPENDS ON SPRAYING Winchester, 4th. Monday. -i. I,. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Excellent Results Secured by Missouri Versailles, 4th. Monday. Apple Grower After Sprayed by Digestive Organs Should De utven Rest by Giving Materials to Dulld Up Calf. POSTED wwn Li lJt Dr. J. S. GILBERT. Honakers H. John McRoberts. Experiment Station. In an orchard near Columbia, Mo., one hundred trees were sprayed tho Missouri experiment station and tho owner said In a public meeting that ho picked more marketable apples from these one hundred trees than tl J. PATRICK. Dentist. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed powadays. It reflects good Paint Lick, Kentucky OrW. E. CVIcWiSEtams WILMINA HAMMANN, SOPKANO WITH WEBER'S BAND, GHASS TAIR. lEJ'INGTON, KY., AUG. 2 TO 7. It taste and favorable Physician and Surgeon. Phone 3S7-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. BLUE ,at once creates a impression. An nvornge t ost of two cents a mile provides for and maintaining a Ford car Ami "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" assures the continuous use of your car. In every contingency there's a Ford denier near by, with a complete stock of parts. Barring the unforeseen. each buyer of n new at rrUll between August 1914 ami August 191S will twelve from $40. to $SO. as a share of the Ford Motor Company's profits. ; Runabout 40; Touring Car 4W; Town Car Cuupelei $7M; Sedan ft'78. f. o. t. IVtroit with all Ford cr eiruipme.nt. On display and nale at THE MADISON l.VCOKPQKtTKil GARAGE, Kentucky. Richmond. 1 Li 81 Made in the dipping, way, by hand one at a time. mm HAi BUS Ell As the Galvanizing it done after the shingles are corrplcHy stamped to shape - there arc no exposed or cracked edges. The heavy coatinu means lonu life withi ut attention. 8 for SaU by LJ Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., SO North 23rd St., Philadelphia. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. which lirlni; locellier inanj- - of the most horses from tho noted thoroiii.iiliriil createst nurseries In Kentucky. In ad fnlrx rriltl"iH In the tlou to cash premium, seasons tn suii J't'tly lufiiim- - kiiiiun treat horsen na Jack Alklns, fair l'lay. couittrj'- - It In the wnrld. Trap llis'k .Watervule. Stalwart and as the largest h '! It U the inly fiilr "Mli ciffor n full others an- - ofTerisl. The afternoon prornni Is one of the qimta ami a elnwWvatlwii for hrcfllntf f most lnteri"'tlli; of the entire week, as cIhwck of tin Ihrif riiit tireiil It IncludiH all champlonslilpJn which Auierlenii h"Ii" h wi-I- I i.k aliiiw cln-iBnal eonlests occur lietween winners aluiiillHetl iiiul iirmuxtil In n manf tho Individual classes durliiK the ner which luaUc tliHrilltliietlntlear. l'ltclk-- l i'ii n larger nml more extrn-li- r pns'isllne dajs of the Pair The rule (rovernlns the classes wain than iih- liefore. with the to show In nil animals eliL-ihliTrtalr.ty of l rin-i- il lulertft on of var'niif udiltit finturri, IhW these rlnss or forfeit money won In yir"a Kair priiinIeM to ii'lli all pre- tho previous shows, nod this rule will Is- - Mrktly adhered to. thereby as. vious rKunU. Nuiiieroiih nilnitloi.'t iiiul luiprure-ueiit- a surlna la ore fields and nffordlii: the mailc III Hie luatter of public the opKirliinlty of seelns the hae fliow Hut and uiuiifeliient ,enttirei winners bronchi meet her. hate Wi Mtiirel of a kind nnd to mi The wts-- pnuulsi's to Je not only that tho a cala one for l'Vlnclon. but a record extent that Jullfy (he f I'alr will n4 only pnne mure tnluablo tireaklns; one In the history of the llluo tli.iu ei;r t (In' lle i"trHk luteret of flniss l'alr. Kentucky, hut jilno min attnictlvo to Foot and Mouth Diseait. lhoi.c uhn M-- lt I . In mlilltloii to the On account of the disease now prev. Ilvo wiiiiiIIi.k and illrllii'. country and the Mnki-are ufTenil In the tlnnv ehiwi nlent throii.iiout the the exlstlm; minniuttnes mauaceiueiit fur addle liorfea. has deetmsl It of Hie lllue !rass Attractivt Program Each Day. wise to eliminate the classes for cattle, swine and sheep. One of tlie iiu-n- t uttnicthe nernm They rifrret they are compelled to do for the week will W on WiiliicMlay. when the tlaiwr. fur ftutuhinl bnil so, luit under existing clieiimstnnees could not do otherwise. horss V.III lie dlunvii. Ill uihlltlnu to the inIi prrllilum.i Ample Hotel Accommodations and Rail, In t tho Nswllnu hordes way Facilities. MTVleo nn donaleil by various owners The comfort hmI eonvenlenco of nil uud .shoiihl attract the iittentloii of the exhibitor nnd patrons will receive Unentire hoie world. careful attention of the mamisement The l'alr will oeii on Moiulay, Ana. Convenient rulltmy facilities, ample .', when mi atirm live ra In- - prouniui hotel uccommodutl'ius and 11 better orhas Nell nrrniuisl. lutorextlns nIiow ganization In every wuy for handllm; rlnns will 1h mil mid John C. Weher'a the crowds Insure a pleasant and prof Hand Willi M'liie of the bent xoloHs liable time to nirwho ncii'pt our cornnd iopular hluveis known t" the dial imitation to attend this great anworld will bo hero. I Hull clns nrtl-t- s will Ik- - lieard in nual event. The tHKird of directum desire to take In ehulcu xo-lfront of the kihiiiI tlons nnd Hpu.ir balhoN eiery aft- this opiwrtunlty of expressing their to those whoso elTorta have ernoon and cveiilui;. ami there Is a helped build this I 1 It 11 ion and to ask re:it trout in More for the music lov-til- l! lu the future. fur their public of tho lllue Cras reslon. the "A. the blc mule tin Speed Programt show, always it most Interestlni; .feaTune running races nnd two harness ture of the lllue I'r.iss l'alr, will be ultr)' and races will lie (.untested each day at tho xliowii, and the ilnsces for pigeons will be indued In the Poultry lllue Crass Fair Aug. U to T, the condiliiHivc. rireat rtntr. luctiidiiij; tions nnd classes to lie announced at a thu f.i) Btakes for saddle bred colts, later day. The running races will lie under the fonla of 1111.". the Kentucky Makes for lite KM I led sailill,' hores two J ears Riiporvbdou of .Mr. J. 1. Itoss, "which Voassures an attractive program In that old, music by Weber's Hand mid department. calists will help out 11 croat program. I'urses will l.e given for trotters and tin Wednesday iiioriiius tho breeding classes for slilinlaid bled liorsts, as pacers each day, the entries to which iiieutloneil iibote, classes for Jack will close iilumt ten days before thu stock, the lllue lirnss stake for live opening day of the l'alr. lttlles of the National Trotting Horso milted sail. lie lnu -- cH, stulllou. ma re or ireldlni; four jisirs old and over, etc., association will govern all harness will be shouu front of the crawl events. SINCE In 1!K' tl. mi's I" lr hnx nkcii fill wilh liiw't niut bol flnt i it Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. John 51. Casey, D. V. J. , Veterinary Surgeon: Central Record. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. Office at W. B. Eurtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. L. Terminal Portion of Young Apple Tree, the Leaves Dwarfed and Curled by Injury of the Apple Leaf- Hopper. from the remaining 3,600 that were not Bprayed. The fact Is that after the disease and Insects have become serious, as they, were In the case Just mentioned, it Is practically Impossible to make an orchard business pay without spraying. Thus the business of fruit growing In a great many cases absolutely depends upon spraying. & C. O N. a. m. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. J. A. Seazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR OBlce Over National Hank. Residence Fhone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. lrn Akiuve. No Id; To Maysville, ccneetting at Uichmor.i with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing. ton & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Pari ii Cincinnati. For All Kinds of rr ' No 71; fja a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting nt Howland. I. !t .N tu ail points South ROUGH LUMBER see NEED OF SOIL INOCULATION Different Kinds of Bacteria Required for Each Plant With Exception of Alfalfa and Clover. Not; 11:01 a. m. To llichmond. connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middle?l-oroKnoxviile. No TO; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, correcting with fast train to Cincinnati. 6. C. COX, anse,Ky , Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. S. C. JENNY, President J. R. T E. STORM US. Vice i'res'L DENKY, Cashier. udky, Ass't Cashier. J. I., (ill.l.. Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUH BUSINESS. 1). Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. 1'uaey, J, E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. stand. Thursday W ulnavs a iiic.it day. and Lin extra pmgrmn 1ms been nrrnnsisl. liio rorelieoli Will He IIIKeil up witll the breedluc classes for Ameilean paddle liorses, tho prlnes for which nro rich and desirable, mid partliularl certain to hrin- - nUiiit a oiauulllcent allow, 111 the afternoon will lie witnessed tho Kentucky Htako for live middle hoixes for three yearn old nnd under and tin excellent raclni; program for ninuliu: and harness horses also various rlnk-- In the show classes "for roadsters, tine harness lioreiu, etc. Friday will bi' Shetland pony day, In addition tn a vnrli-- proram of show cUsses, rininltu; races, harness races nml other attractive features. Thoroughbred! Saturday. Saturday la nlwajs known as d.v. when wo hvt rinc n d Woman's 1 Department. The Woman's Department of tho no (trass 1'ulr. to be held at Toxins-to- n this line. The bacteria. If needed, may be supplied tn either of two ways. One way Is to drag or drill Into the soil about 200 pounds to the acre of soil from a field where the kind of crop to bo planted has been grown successfully. The other way Is to treat tbe bacteria wanted. The United States department of agriculture will supply any farmer with enough of this culture, free, to treat two bushels of seed. Leguminous crops such as clovers, Omce Hours CmJ peas, beans, alfalfa and the like, may Vn 97? ! ti. m. fail to do well sometimes, even when AfWheeler To Louisville, i'or.rerting at Lebanon ffl. K. BsDny the soil Is In good condition and good seed Is used. These plants tako their Junction to Elitahethtown & Bowling Doctors Of Denial Surgery. nitrogen from the air, and they can- Green, and at BaroMown Junction to not do this unless there Is In the soil Bardstotvn it SprirgfleM. Om: storms. Bal'dlucnfei ItnrI A Audtr a certain kind of bacteria which on' nratture Mor. changes the air nitrogen to a form the I No 0; 8:12 p. m. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY plant can use. Tn Stanford, connecting with fast The bacteria develops on the roots train to Bristol & Atlanta. of tlie plants. If present, and the viesence or absence of them may be known by examining the plants. Pull up a few plants and if tbo right kind of bacteria are In tbe soil there will lumps on be nodules small wart-likthe roots. A different kind of bacteria Is required for each plant, with the Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. exception of alfalfa and sweet clover, 'which have similar requirements In -Lancaster, Kentuckj" m I. Time Table. Danville, Ky. North-boun- Dr. Wm. D. Pryory Southern Rail Road. s Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m. dally Spe Veterinary Surgeoa and Dentist. No. 10 No. 4 HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class I . w nuiicvt ruuiu; noisua Aug, 'J to T, will he more ImporGOOD SEEDBED tant and extensive lids year than ever before. Tho pivmtum list has been Proper Condition Can Be Obtained By nnd classes offered cover almost Early Plowing and Working With every kind of woman's work and table Disk and' Harrow. luxuries. The third Hour of the Art hall Is given, entirely to this departA soli mellow, ment and Is usually one of the most makes a good seedbed for alfalfa. Tbe attractive exhibits of tho Illg Fair. capillary attraction of the subsoil and the top soil must bo well restored; tbe Half Fare Rates to Fair. land must be firm with only a little Do not fall to visit he Blue Grass ' loose dirt on top, not much more than Fair nt Lexington the week of Aug. 2 Is needed to cover tbe seed. to 7. One fare rates will prevail on nil This condition can be obtained by railroads In Kentucky. Kvery early plowing and a great deal of and evening, beginning Sunday, work with the disk and harrow. Aug. 1, there will be tungnlHeeut hard If the soil It adapted to alfalfa and concerts, with high ehiss vocalists In a Is properly prepared, you can be as grand sncred concert. certain of getting a stand of alfalfa as any other crop. s ' nfter-noon G:03 cial, daily No. 28 Blue Crass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 No. 14 Carolina S p e q i a 1, 7:00 dally . . : No. Express, daily 1:35 No. Limited, 5:20 daily FOR ALFALFA No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m. Monuments. No. 5 No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 Express, 11:05 dally . Royal Palm, daily..U:20 New Orleans Lim 11:35 ited, daily Carolina Special, 10:15 daily Loca 1 a.m Original Designs and Prompt Serp.m. vice. Guaranteed Quality. Conp.m. nections at all Granite and Marble p.m. Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone a.m. a.m. 164. Stanford, Kentucky. a.m p.m. Spe STRAWBERRY' PLANTS 0 11:52 p.m. cial, daily No. 27 Blue Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information Our first offerinil of the remarkable call upon or address M. J, Coughlln, agent; 'phone 346. Florida Spe cial, daily 11:35 p.m. Fruit and Shade Trees Mammouth Pearl Potato Garden. Cholera, Gapes, Llmberneck, Roup, Canker, OKH uiarrnoea ana an uiseases oi rouiiry o com, U 7r tjHdiod RnH frwJ dmratix Wld MIUS U'3irrWJow.. nUf m tlx tliick iuiullr. III. Ik. . ud M Kiwi I dklia Ula lk J. bit CriBC, Brbtwn, I jr. Met iOc it ill DmlM. Nig. nd CoMd AM The Central Record , w0 R. E. Dyspepsia Tablets CASTORIA For Infants end Children Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. - $ 1.00 Per Yearjln, Advance. - StOLO BV R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, Lancaster, Ky Lancaster, Kentucky. will relieve our indigestion. Many people in this town have used them' and we have yet to bear of a case whtra tLcy nave laiica. vo snow ice Isold only by us 25c a box. In Us MsRob.rU ' Always bears For Over 30 Years H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 1915 the Signature of -Page 8 I FARMER'S COLUMN I 1C IWlOW The Central f.ecord. Thursday July 8, (Advertisement) A 1 MATTER OF BUSINESS 1 A GROSS INJUS-JUSTIC- i lot By OLIVE MABIE. olonr frmr rabKrlbtrt. nd Is ol ttoci. im tod nen mins.. on. in ibe e.nnoi sltord to tlTr-tit- lUuprrtght. mis, by ttm McClura Newspafirm per Syndicate.) tonr McplM H nolle, vlll b Junes of Iht lion. .nl will bODlrla The three girls looked at the laweoi, frMOtch.rse yer In frightened unbelief. It could not be possible that their BY THE LIQUOR INTERESTS Two hundred feet of hard wocd floorhad been such a holMm. C. A. Hoblnson. father's fortune ing for sale. low mockery. How had they lived alt OF KENTUCKY. r, In pood these years In such quiet comfort? FOK "It was the nature of his business." condition, will Jell cheap. explained Mr. Ames; "a broker never SUPPRESSION AND MISREPRESENTATION D. White Marsee. really knows whether he Is a rich pauper. Your father waa OF HIS LETTERS. Wanted ?5 head of cattle to graze, man or a undertaking a big coup when his Illgood grass, p'enty of water. ness and death put a flnlah to every- Il Is Not True That The President Is On Geo. Denny, thing. He was on the wrong side, of Lancaster, Ky., R. P. V. 1 The Side Of The Distillers, The Brewthe market when he waa stricken. There will be nothing left for you excow, with heifer cept the place In the country your ers, The Rectifiers And The Saloon For Sale:-Jerse- y calf. For Kenf.-2- 0 acrea of Rood (trass. mother's old home." Keepers, Is The Present Can-paif- n Call 347-B- . "But that is only a house and furIn Kentucky, As Has niture. How can we earn our braad csbbsjce plants. FOR SALE:-Lat- e and butterr asked Kitty. Been Claimed By fie LiqMn. S. C. Henderson. "We might take summer boarders,'' Lowell. Ky suggested Dorothy gravely. I'hone uor Organs And The Mr. "That Isn't a Liquor CandJ. A. Bratton of th!a city has a good Ames. "I'll send bad Ideal" said you all the people I Hrown-Mante- y riding cultivator he will idates. can. Can any of you cook?" sell cheap. "I "1 can," aald Dorothy proudly. have taken a prize at cooking school." The liquor pecple many months ago 111. thll hftdltlttl IClU- - ll n DONE lrnr or PRES. WILSON while for others I think that State-- 1 I wide prohibition Is not practical. have no reason to doubt, from what E know of the circumstances, that Statewide prohibition u both practlbte and desirable In Texa. In my reply to you I was only try u g to state what I think should alwajs he kept in mind -the wide divergence of conditions which make impossible to reply to any single question like that of prohibition in terms which w.u:d fit the whole HIE liDRNCE AMUSEMENT CO., Or LEXINGTON, LESSEE. i if country. "With tf.uch re.rrt. sincerely jour, cordially and 'Mr. P. W. "Woatnow Wilson." Gru,i.., Uyers. Texas," Look flt The Big Things Coming. A. 0. Stanler act! the Count; Unit. FRIDAY, JULY 9th. the thrilling naval drama I'REACHEKSVILLE June found the Henderson girls setMrs. E. Foley is complaining. tled In the old house In which they Mrs. Wm. Ranke Is on the sick list had been born. Old village friends called upon attain. Miss Ella Klgsby visited Miss Graca them, and, to Cousin Keilah's great satisfaction, several young men were Lunsford. to the Henderson bouse. Mrs. Rose Lunsford Is very sick at attracted Tom Dlxby, Walter Mott and Paul this writing. Clarkson had all been to the village Mr. P. L. Thompson went to Richschool with the Henderson girls. mond court. Lillian Henderson, the eldest sisMrs. Jane Bell visited Mrs. J. M. ter, was ambitious. She bad deter Cress last week. mined that her sisters, as well as , Some of the Juveniles of this section herself, should Improve their fortunes by good marriages. And with that are sick of whooping cough. end in view she discouraged the ntten Rev. R. H. Baird'Is engaged in build- - Hons of the village doctor and his two im a house at Cartersville. friends, who were law partners. "I thought you liked Doctor Mott." There were over one hundred people present at the Baptist Sunday school on observed Kitty when Lillian delivered her ultimatum. last Sunday. "I do, dear, but we must think about Master Jimmia Lunsford is carrying bee. an eye in a sling since his face came in contact with the business end of Our Consolidated school was to begin here Tuesday with Prof. J. B. Hutchins principal and Miss Virgie Worrals as- section. The Baptist church in business session Saturday called Rev. J. M. Rogers, their former pastor. Rev Rogers has been elected a teacher in the Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville. The Baptista in particular and the community in general will give him a cor dial reception. A severe wind storm which assumed the proportions of a cyclone swooped down from the south last Thursday' afternoon at a late hour and did considerable damage on and near the mouth of Wilkerson's Branch. A stock barn of Mr. M. P. Lawrence was unroofed and 42 large trees blown down and quite a lot of damage done to fencing, fruit trees and corn fields. Large tree tops twisted off" by the wind were rolled over a nice corn field for a hun-dte- d yards on the farm of Mr. John B. Anderson. Word received here last week from Georgetown stated that Pruf. Cyrus Johnson had fallen from a scaffold and! received very serious injuries. His back, arm and hip was mashed and bruised and had to be encased in plaster. Mr. Johnson hsd just finished a term in school there and had been working some days with a crew of men who were at work razing the Indian Refining building. He fell about 20 feet and it seems miraculous that injuries were not fatal. Mr. Johnson was principal of our school two terms and was the Baptist S. S, Superinten- sistant. The Baptist Sunday School will give a picnic to the Baptist Sunday school pupils on Saturday Uth near Supt. Alfred Owens' heme. Mr. William Pettus and family, of West Va., Joseph Pettus and family, of Springfieli. and Waller Pettus and family, of Hubble were visiting their mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Lightning killed a fine mare for Mrs. Kebeeca Pettus one day last week and a day or so later a bolt killed a good horse for Mr. James Hutchins, of Danville, on his farm near here in Canaan practical matters. We should marry well," she returned decidedly. "I wouldn't mind working hard for a man I liked." declared Kitty, stout ly, and Dorothy added, "I don't sup pose a real man would mind our hands If they were red and coarsened by honest toll!" "I didn't mean that, dears," cried Lillian sharply, "but I am afraid you will miss all the things we have been accustomed to. Tou know, Dorry, dear, that since Harry Blake has fol lowed you here of course It would be perfectly One If you could love him well enough with all his money." "My word!" mocked Kitty. "Does that mean that you are going to accept old Mr. Alison?" Lillian whitened, but she nodded. From the lawn tennis courts came a man's Jolly. laugh. Kitty, looked embarrassed. She knew that ber sisters wondered If she waa going to accept Lester Marshall, whose sister had been their first guest dent. STOP AT OUR GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Complete Marshall was young and handsome and rich, and he made no sec rut of bis devotion to charming Kitty. "I suppose I would bo foolish to let such an opportunity pass," laughed Kitty oddly. "Well, girls, we might have a triple wedding In October and announce to our friends that our business had been a very profitable venture!" As she ran from the room her sisters caught the flash of tears In her brave eyes. There was a strained look In Lillian's face as the days went by. Mr. Alison was becoming more marked In his devotion; any day, now, the old financier might make a declaration of his love. Doctor Mott and bis friends tactfully eliminated themselves from the company of the busy old house. Perhaps they had heard of tbe three city men who were wooing the Henderson girls. Summer waned and Labor day passed, and with Its passing went tbe last summer guest. For the first time In three months the girls were alone. They sat In the great living room and regarded each other with furtive glances. On the left hand of each sparkled a ring. Lillian's was a solitaire diamond. Dorothy's a great pearl and Kitty's a sapphire, like her own eyes. "Well." began Kitty, with a nerv-ou- t laugh, "I suppose you are going to announce your engagement, Dorothy: Harry niake " "I am not engaged to Harry Blake," retorted Dorry, blushing hotly. "Lillian may do as she pleases but I am going to marry the man I love Paul Clarkson!" "Brave!" fried Kitty. "Now hear my little declaration of Independence! I refused Mr. Marshall because I r Tom Dlxby Yen, be gave me this pearl. It was bis mother's engagement ring, and It la also mine." The two younger girls looked defiantly at Lillian. Her lovely face was crimson with embarrassment as she Angered the glittering diamond. "Doctor Mott Walter said that" Lillian faltered. "Doctor Mott? Lillian dear, didn't Mr. Alison give you that ring?" shrieked Kitty. Lillian shook her fair head. "I couldn't, after all," she confessed, as their arms closed around her. "I know U was poor business policy, but I wasn't quite equal to 1L" pre-fe- began the effort to make it appear that President Wilson was on their side in the fight on that question in Kentucky. In this they hare done him a great in justice and have misrepresented the fsftts. It has been interesting and amusing to observe certain liquor or gans and liquor candidates, who bitter ly opposed the nomination of Woodrow Wilson, and who have never been in sympathy with him, suddenly turn from their former attitude towards him and become so fulsome in their praises of him. Recognizing his great popularity in the country and in this State, they have in this campaign sought to hold him up as champion of the liquor cause, and have represented him as being opposed to the movement in favor of having tbe next General Assembly submit this question to a vote of the people. As a basis upon which to claim him as an advocate of their cause, they took up the Shannon letter and published it extensively, and have had it read by their candidates from the stump. The Shannon letter was writ ten by Governor Woodrow Wilson in May, 1911, in regard to the situation in New Jersey. New Jersey was then an extremely wet Stale, and there was no unit under which the people could have a vote on the question in that State. The temperance organization. therefore, started out with the plan to get a local option law adopted that provided for a comparatively small unit; io Governor Wilson in his letter to Shannon favored this local option law. and really took his position on the aide of the temperance forces in that State. Two months later, in answtr to a let ter from Mr. Grogan, of Texas, Governor Wilson wrote to him, and in that letter be made it clear that in his opin ion each State should settle this ques tion for itself, according to the condiHe went further tions in the Stale. and said that while he was not familiar with the conditions in Texas, it might prohibition would be that State-wid- e be both desirable and practicable in Texas, or in any other State of relative homogeneity. The President by his letters has shown that lie tecognizes the principles in which each state must settle this question for its self, because there may be considerable differences in the con The tem dition of various States. perance cause had not progressed anything like as far in New Jersay as it The had in Texas or in Kentucky. people in Nev Jersey were not ready for a State wide fight. In Texas and Kentucky there is no doubt but "that they are ready, and so far as Kentucky is concerned, there is no doubt that if the people get a chance to vote upon it, they will, by an overwnelming ma jority, adopt il. That is why the liquor organs and interests are so viciously at this time fighting the movement to give the people a chance to vote upon it. The temperance people of Kentucky did not bring tin President's name into this fight. They did not wish to tee him embarrassed in uny way by this question when his mind was so com pletely absorbed ill dealing with grave national and international measures. They never published the Urogan let ter until long after the liquor people had been using the Shannon letter and heralding it as representing the President's attitude in Kentucky. It is unfair to him and it is contrary to the facts that he should be held up as be ing on the side of the distillers, the brewers, the rectiliers, and saloonkeepers in this contest in Kentucky. He has always been on the mural side of every question that came up, and if he should express himself directly up on the Kentucky situation, there is no doubt but what he would take the same position that he did in the Grogan letter in regard to Texas. We are publishing that letter below, in order that the people may have a chance to read it. The liquor newspsira have refused to publish it and the liquor candidates are afraid of it WILSON'S GUOGAN LETTEH. "Executive Department" State of New Jersey" July 5, 1911. "My Dear Mr. Grogan: Vou mis took me If you thought I was treating from a your first as a communication polui.isti, or If tou supposed that I was imng in any way to avoid the Im portant question you put t'j me, The reply 1 made was In all sincerity. 1 believe that for some States, State-wid- e prohibition is possible and desirable, because of their relative homogeneity; In his address at Ptlntsvilte, Ky.. A. cat .iiJaU of the rankest of the whisky fo'k u the state' refer ring to the liquor i leitlnn, said: "We settled thatqu'st.up In 1911 as Woodrow Wilson wanted :t si ttled." Th printer who set that typ ill) Mr. Stanley a gross injustice when he did not set that "We" in Urge capital letters, fordidn't "We" Jump upon our chairs at the 1911 Democratic platform convention In the Masonic Theater. Louisville. Ky., and cry out, "I vote the Henderson county delegation solid against the county unit?" Then didn't "We," aftsr the convention had adjourned, go upon the platform and hug Henry Watterson for having so vigorously opposed the county Why, to unit plank in the platform? be sure, "We" settled It In 1911. Hut listen, Mr. Stanley, to what Woodrow Wilson said in (911, just be fore the Louisville convention, in his letter of July ti to Mr. Grogan of Texas. Note carefully what Mr. Wilson said: "I believe that fur some states statewide' Prohibition is possible and desirable because of their relative homogeneity, while for otters I think that state-wid- e Prohibition is not practicable." "I have no reason to doubt from what I know of the circumstances that statr-trid- e Prohibition is both practicable i r J desirsble in Texas" Why Insjlt th President by insinuating that he either did not know the meaning of the.wiids he used, or that he did, not mean what he wrote to Mr. Grogan? The y lies in the fact that you and the.otuer whisky people are reading into hit tetter to Colonel Hatdeman that which President Wilson neither said nor heiievei, and which is utterly inconslstert with his letter to Mr. Grogan. 0. Stanley the VICTORY IN Showing the True Greatness of the lnited States Navy, Answering the Question "ARE WE PREPARED"? Showing the, Secretary of the Navy, THE ADMIRALS AND UNCLE SAM'S WONDERFUL FIGHTING FORCE. A GREAT STORY. 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Alfalfa, If seeded In the fall, must be put In early, about the first of September, In order to secure a strong growth before cold weather. It may be then cut for hay next year, whereas, when seeded In the spring. It cannot be cut for luy at all, but must simply be clipped as oc- - 1 THE DANVILLE FAIR ASSOCIATION will give away FREE one Pony to the Lucky Number on Tickets sold First and Second Days. Drawing to taKe place Third Day of Fair at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Person holding the lucky number must be on the ground, else another .number will be selected. DANVILLE FAIR, JULY 21. JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, ! I I ! I X 22 AND 23. Secretary X Harvesting First Crop of Alfalfa. raslon may require, especially when it shows an Inclination to atop grow. iuk and become yellow in color. s Land that grows clover and successfully should suit alfalfa fairly well. Hemember that the greatest diffi culty with alfalfa Is to get It proper ly started, as It Is a delicate plant. and should b put on well prepared ground. It would be good practice It farmyard manure Is available to glv It a good coating and wtrk well In wltk a dlslc cow-pea- i "Today, for the first time. I was really delighted to hear my neighbor's piano going." "SomUhlng worth ,tot I suppose!" "I should say so, I beard the Installment men taking It away ' Musical America. Real Delight. WANTED Army Horsetfand Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. MM 4 - Many a family Bible la more orna- mental than useful. Feeding Young Calyes. Rations quite rich In protein should be fed because tbe calvsa are growing very fast during tbe Brat six months of their lives and, in order to keep them thrifty and hstltby and supply their systems what Is needed to prod smooth, duce a animal, they ssust be fed an abundance of ths very best kind of thick-fleshe- An You a Wonw? Prestollte Service. food. 8owlng Qraaa p flITCHEL, & Watch Yew Children SHACKELFORD. Phone 124. Often children do not lcVpsMetWknov they are constipated. They fear wouc thing distasteful. They will tike llcxaU Orderlies a inild laxative that taatos Jiks sugar. Sold only by us, 10 oeoU. R. & MsRaWU When sowing grass seed of any kind, look for weed seeds and avoid cheaper grades. The test should be 95 per cent germination. Like Everything Else. Of course dairying 1 hard work, so la aaytalng sjJjsjsj Uutt U worth tfc wkjUay 8d. iCardui Th fM N Woman's Tmic Second Street. DMvIlie,Ky. SALE AT ALL MU8WTS Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky.