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Applet and cider for sale. J. T. Henry. to- - entral record. . NUHBtR IS. CHURCH NEWS. CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. McCorrnick Mowers, m m The greatest treat of the season the Auditorium Rev. Author Chasey, of Muncle, I ml" will preach at the Baptist church next at Sunday morning and evening. All are ( invited to hear him. Special Invitation to the membership. Rakes, Repairs, Etc. That Rood I'nint Lick letter must have gotten lost by the high water as It failed to show up this week. At This Season you should exercise great care to have your home in a perfect sanita'ry and healthy condition. Among other things, your plumbing system is the most inv portant feature that aaaaaam DR. W. A GANFIELD Guard Sections, Plates and Knives carried for all different machines. Full line or I To Preach Here Sunday. We wonder when we had no electric Dr. W. A. Ganfleld, recently elect lights how we ever did without them, president or Center College, will preach Luxuries soon become necesltles. at the Presbyterian church next Sun ENCOUKAGK THK COMMERCIAL day morning and at the union services CLl'IJ HV YOU!'. I'HESENCE AT at the school Auditorium Sunday night. TO. THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ' K -- "',;: requires careful" saaaaaaaafl attention. Lawn Mowers, Snathes & Blades Before you PAINT see our line of "HANNA GREEN SEAL." CONN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Auto tickets divert on old and new accounts. r DG - GO TO - Dickerson & Gamer FOR Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produce. Ask Tor tickets on the Automobile. OF Bleached So, says Flour. the head of Food and Drug Department. Read It in the coun!y papers. The only flour sold in this territory, not Bleached or clended is Glen Lily. Si Gan aid it The Purest and the Best, buy it because we do not try to deceive you in NIGHT. A HANDSOME YOUNG CALLER. Elaborate arrangements have been The Record office has had a hand completed at Owensboro (or the encompment of the State Militia which some young caller In the person of Dr, begi.is there todav. James uurnett lillbert. lie left an order for cards but left his olllce hoars Wheat Is sprouting, much hay has off, as he Is occupying the same office been damaged, as welt as corn. In fact. as his father for the present. He will the heavy rains have caused a great make a specialty of rollc when he does fcaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTPI'LaBBBBBBBm Issssssssssssssssssssssssss loss to Garrard farmers. hang out his shingle, aa he says his father is an utter failure at the Dt Division No. 1 of the C. W. B. M. will serve lunch in the park, to the Court Day Crowd, July 26th. coffee, sandwiches, pies and etc. CHIEF BUCK A WORKER. During the rain last Monday after Canadian manufacturers met at Ot W. B. MASON. tawa for the purpose of arranging for noon the dam at the water power plant There is no man in public life in Gar team work in th- - manufacture of overflowed and nearly three feet of munitions of war. It is planned to water rose In the engine room and for rard couuty more favorably or better make shells that can be shipped directly a time It looked as if the city would be known 1 1 the people of the county than without lire protection for several days, W. B. Mason candidate far rwlrrllnn to the armies In the fields. but with a force of help under th to the olllce of circuit court clerk. In The Head of food and Drug Depart direction of Superintendent Buck, selecting a public servant the people has sent out warn- everything was ment at soon in wonting order do not usually overlook the qualillca- all mills who bleach Hour, to so ing to ami is now running smoothly. Thi lions and fitness of the candidate. Mr, rand as the law requires it. We wish water was turned off only a few hours Mason by his special fitness and knowto say if you will try Glen Lily you ledge of the duties of this office not ill set one that is made w thout only has the reputation among the lileachlng, COMMERCIAL CLDB people of his county for efficiency but The National Republican Progressive he is known over the state as one of Union has been organized and head HAS ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING best circuit clerks in the State. When quarters organized in Washington. me circuit court convenes each morn OPEN SESSION The organization Is Intended to offset ing. It matters not how much business the National Republican Publicity Leamay have been in court the day before Public Inriled To Hear Entertaining gue and to work for the nomination of the Court orders are not only ready Progressive Republican for President Speakers. but are correctly prepared. His know ledge and skill as a clerk is not only One of the best meetings ever held Blackberries are coming in aiowly by the Commercial Club since its or valuable to the people generally but as nd the crop is much lighter thanusual, much so to lawyers and litigants. although many though, there would be ganization. ws that held lastThnrsdav Mr. Mason the is not only a good clerk but large crop. In some sections that night, when a majority of the mem- is said to be the "chimney corner" hri ng many berries to Lancaster there bers were present and every one has lawyer in the county, and is so recogare none at all and there are few pears. something to say in the interest of the nized by the public to the extent, that There will be some melons, but the club that means so much to Lancaster he is often consulted by the people eavy rains have damaged them in the and Garrard county. The club will he always finds time to advise free who of law lands. have as its guests, this Thursday night, charge. Mr. toward A. Quarles. of the Lex- Not only is this polite and popular 'GRAUSTARK" ngton Board of Commerce. Messrs, gentleman a good clerk but he Is a Robert M. Allen and Chas. D. Bohan democrat who is always working for Go tq Danville to see ..Graustark" nan. at the Agricultural Experiment his party. The people can not make a the greatest picture ever shown in Station, who will give some interesting mistake in the election of Mr. Mason Central Kentucky. This famous picture talks at the school Auditorium. This lor tney know that their important will be shown at Stout's Theater next will be an open session and the public records will not only be derrectly kept Thursday night. Read the advertise- is both urged and requested to be pre but will be safe in his hands. Hi menc'elsenhere In this isiue. sent All of the above gentlemen are daughter Miss Sue Shelby Mason will entertaining speakers and if is to be continue to act as deputy clerk in the OUT OF COMMISSION, hoped that the Auditorium will be filled event of his nomination and election ia The rain caused much damage to to ovei flowing- - The object of the ovemuer: kind among No meeting is the both public and private property. ICE CREAM SUPPER. water and no lights for the reason the its members and their friends, which were flooded. will serve to bring the citizens of the engine and dynamos The Ladies Aid of the Falrview Both picture shows had to shut down town and county, in closer touch, with church will give an cream supper, but a vaudeville at Roman's entertained a realization, that with renewed and Saturday July 24th. ice effort, much is in store for those seeking amusement. Lancaster and Garrard county. Re member the Commercial Club is for COHEN LOOKS A "WINNER." CRITICALLY ILL. Lancaster and Garrard county and the Matt Conn who now is now stumping! As we go to press news has been county and city should stand behind received that Mr. Goodloe Lackey lies this organization. Be sure and attend the State in the interest of his can didacy for the Democratic nomination critically ill at his home in Kansas City. the meeting for Commissioner of Agriculture, ia A telegram to his mother, Mrs. Mary proving very popular with the voters Lackey, of this city, says that he is DAMAGE and it looks as if he had the nomina now unconscious and that little hope Is IMMENSE tion nailed down. Garrard county will entertained for his recovery. FROM CLOUDBURST LAST MONDAY roll up a big majority for him. ' When you con aider that the health of your family is governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily see the extreme necessity to guard against any possible defects in your plumbing system. Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures. 'Sfmimf plumbing fixtures and our expert service never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on band. Haselden Bros, 31 IE 1L DC Must Raise and the $8,000 GIGANTIC SALE Will Continue For THIRTY DAYS. LANCASTER, M LYONS. KENTUCKY. ZZ1E II IE 1L SAD DEATH. AFTERNOON. Milling Go. Mr and Mrs C. F. Vanheok, who live on Creamery street, have the sympathy of their friends and neighbors in the loss of their eight year old daughter, Juie, who died Monday morning of whooping cough. The remains were taken to Maretsburg. Rockcastle Coun- ty, for burial. CHIP OFF OLD BLOCK. STORMES DRUG STORE For High Grade Leads. House Paints and Oils. Fine Finishing Varnishes. Beautiful Beaver Board. Classy in and out Floor Paints. "Billy" Mason, of Lancaster who is an Old Centre student, was in town He is enthusiastic with the Sunday, outlook for the famous old college. "Billy" Is the son of Hon. W. B. Mason, of Lancaster, and, like his clever daddy, a dead game rport. Danville Messenger. NEW OFFICERS I pi Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing lit the builder's line suchjas to serve for the ensuing term, at their first meeting night in this month: Dr. W. A. Wheeler Noble Grand 'lce Grand Mr. II. J. Gosney Booth Sutton Secretary J. II. Daltor. Treasurer NOT ON YOUR LIFE. Franklin Lodge, number", I, 0. F. Installed the following officers INSTALLED. 0. j I Rough and Dressed Lumber. Doors, Wimltws, Column Moulding. Lathes, Plaster, Ceraeat, Crashed Stone, Sand, time, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. ? Houses for rent and sale. J jg p fl jS It is announced that the. stork, is hovering over high official circles in Washington. This happens every once In awhile and the dally newspapers print the names of the expectant mothers under heavy head lines on their front pages, and it is deemed all right. Now If the Record should print a three line item Of the kind concerning one of our qwn town women, the expectant father would probably come in and want to lick everything in the office. PROGRESSIVE MEETING. There will be a meet of the Progressives of Garrard county on July 17th 1915 at three o'clock In Lancaster. All UirO(renive.i and tans interested, .are Jjiged, to attend. Q M, Pattern, Chajfm an . of ,Un ProgressjveCu,, Cm, . ArH.$astin&Son The heaviest rainfall m years and what appeared to have been a cloudburst, visited this section last Monday afternoon, between 4 and 5 o'clock, inundating several sections of the lower part of the town. In a short while the residence of Mr. William Hughes, on v Richmond avenue' was flooded, the water reaching a depth of two feet on the lower floors. The Lancaster Motor Car Co., which occupies the basement floor of the Rex Theater building was submerged to the depth of several feet and so suddenly did the water rise. that it was impossible to remove the dozen or more cars that were in the garage at the time. The damage here is several hundred dollars. The heavi est damage tc property was on Sugar Creek, where several houses were washed entirely away. Mr. J. H. Naylor had the misfortune to lose his house and its entire furnishings, not one thing was saved. The rear of the building of C. C. Harnett, was swept off, with entire contents and his loss is considerable. Mr. Will Smith who recently bought the old Baylor Jennings place, lost his entire tobacco crop of several acres, which was swept so clean that not even .the soil Is left. The iron bridge at this place was car ried down the stream for nearly a mile and Is atill in apparent good condition, but a mile from its base. Immense damage was done at Paint Lick, where practically every store In the town had frum one to five feet of water on its floor. The largest sufferer from this water was. Hedrlck and Son, who's sure was flooded with at least Hvefeet of water. Among the heavy losers there were Treadway, Denny & Co., 0 L. Hammack, George Conn, Guy Rice, W. A. Parks. Point Leavell also got her share of th flood and gteat damage I reported from that place mostly from fence being washed away entailing heavy losses. The railroad track wi wrecked in several place between faint Liqk and Stanford., which delay. ed all, trains, Monday qigbt and Tues-jlay. DANVILLE FAIR NEXT WEEK. On Wednesday. July 21. the Dan ville Fair association will oprnits gates to what promises to be the biggest and best exhibition ever held on the historic old grounds, says The Danville Messenger. There is not a more Ideal or inviting spot in Kentucky than the Danville fairgrounds. Abundance of shade. pure water and a splendid amphitheatre make it complete in every detail. Secretary John S. Baughman told a reporter for The Messenger that more stall room has been engaged than has ever been the case, and the stock en tered comes frpm the leading owners and horse handlers in Kentucky. The Danville Military Band has been en gaged, and contracts are closed with many fine attractions. Make your arrangements right now to attend the Danville fair. My Prices on . BUGGIES WAGIJrNS Carts and Harness LANCASTER Should Own Her Electric Light Plant. will interest you Get them We also Jiave a complete line of At a meeting of the city council of Harrodsburg a tew nights ago, the collector for the city lights of that thriving little city made the following report, which should convince anyone that our city should own Its own plant; Mr. J. H. Grimes, light collector. made a splendid report. On July 1 he turned over to the treasurer $1,031.66, which Is $351.25 increase over the cor responding month of 1914. His report showed that for the six months ending-June 30, 1915, the sum of $5,378.9! collected, which shows the gratifying increase of $1,067.76 over the first six months of last year. When it Is remembered that our plant Is furnishing CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, EC. u 1 consumers light at of what any other town in Central Kentucky Is charging. Mr. Grimes' report Is a reBY CHARG markably pleasing one. ING THE SAME RATE AS OTHER CITIES THE LIGHT PLANT WQULD, COME MIGHTY NEAR RUNNING THE TOWN, but aa the people own: plant it I the policy of the council ftu I give. the light at the very lowest figured one-ha- lf J. ROMANS, .ih aHca3te4ltucky?Cr4 1 'v. HI t ' 1 i thi $1 a Page 2 The July 15 JAS, I I W, SMITfTT XLLAST. GENTS FURNISHINGS JULY CLEARANCE IS Ill ! II II NOWOMT SHOES, I I 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 AND 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. 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. your Pick out 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 16.75 17.75 Boys $ 3.00 Suits now Boys 3.50 Suits now Boys 4.00 Suits now Boys 5.00 Suits now Boys 6.50 Suits now Boys 7.50 Suits now Boys 8.50 Suits now Hoys 10.00 Suits now Mens Straw Hats. $3.75 2,95 2.75 2.25 1,75 1.50 1,25 Very Best Qualities. Latest Styles Men's Clothing. Mens Odd Pants. 1.50 odd Pants now $ 2.25 Mens 2.75 Mens Mens $ 8.50 Suits, now Mens 10.00 Suits, now Mens 1 2.50 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 now Mens 4.00 fine Shoes now Mens 3.50 fine Shoes now Mens 3.00 fine Shoes now Mens 2.50 fine Shoes now Mens 2.00 fine Shoes now Mens 1.75 fine Shoes now Boys Odd Knee Pants. 1.20 1.35 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 6.50 odd Pants now 7.50 odd Pants now 85cts. 55cts. 40cts. 40cts. 40cts. $1 15 2.95 3.75 4.25 5.50 6.25 7.75 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 1.75 2.25 2.75 2.95 3.75 4.25 5.50 Boys $ .50 odd Knee Pants Boys .75 odd Knee Pants Boys 1.00 odd Knee Pants Boys 1.25 odd Kriee 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 Mens and Boys Underwear $ .75 85 1.15 1,25 1.50 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens $7.00 Low-cu- ts Low-cu- t Shoes. .". SI. 00 Straw Hats now 1.25 Straw Hats now 1.50 Straw Hats now 2.00 Straw Hats now 2.50 Straw Hats now 3,00 Straw Hats now 4.00 Panama Hats now Mens 5.00 Panama Hats now. Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 81.00 Unionsults now Mens 75 Unionsuits now Mens 50 Unionsuits now Mens 50 Underwear now Bovs 50 Underwear now Mens 81.50 Caps now Mens 1.00 Caps now Mens 75 Caps now Mens 50 Caps now Boys 50 Caps now Bay 83.50 Shoes now Boys 3.00 Shoes now Boys 2.50 Shoes now Boys 2.00 Shoes now Childrens $2.50 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 1.01 fine Shirts now Mens .75 fine Shirts now Mens .50 fine Shirts now Boys 11.00 fine Shirts now Boys .75 fine Shirts now .50 fine Shirts now Boys $1.20 .95 85 sr, ..jo .75 n& Shoes. Womens 83.50 fine low Shoes now Womens Womens Womens 3.00 fine low Shoss now 2.50 tine low Shoes now 2.00 fine low Shoes now Mens and Boys Caps. 85 55 40 40 $2.75 2 25 1.75 1.50 $1.7-- 2.25 2.75 3.75 .. 40 Mens $1.00 Overalls now Mens 50 Overalls now 75 Overalls now 50 Overalls now now ts $5.50 J .25 600 fine 5.00 fine 4.00 fine 3.50 fine 3.00 fine 2.50 fine 2.00 fine Low-tut- s Low-cu- Low-cut- s Low-cuts Low-cut- s Low-cuLow-cuts ts now now now now now new now Mens Felt Hats Mens 55.00 Stetson Hats now Mens 4.00 Stetson Hats no Mens 3.00 Felt Huts now Mens 2.50 Felt Hats now Mens 2.00 Felt Hats now Mens 1.50 Felt Hats now $3.75 2.95 2.25 1.75 1.50 Boys and Children Shoes Night Shirts. Mens $1.00 Night Shirts now ,7- - Night Shirts now Mens Mens .60 Night Shirts now 85 65 40 Boys Boys 3.75 2.95 2.65 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 Mens $2.00 Yellow Kaki Pants now Mens Mens Mens 1 225 1.75 1.50 l.IO 1.65 1.50 1.35 50 Yellow Kaki Pants now I.75 1.40 1.25 Yellow Kaki 1.00 Yellow Kaki Pants now Pants now 1.20 guv) Now From The House Of Quality. Lancaster, K?ntuclv). itral Record, Thursday July 5 1 19 1 5. MARY ELLEN'S MAN THE ELLEN WILSON CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY in Cry for Fletcher's ai urvinm ML.) 'IL 'lUfA en- i Tho Kind You IIuvo Alwnys Donght, nml i loli lms ccn lu iiho fur over iiO jcarn, Imn homo the Mgnuttiro of nnd linn liocn mnilo under lilt per-- s noiml miKTvllon slnco ltd liifnnry. eUcJUM Allow no ono to ilecrlvo you lu till. d " nro but All CoiinlcrfcllH, Imitation nml KximtIiih-iUtho lienltli ot tlnit trlrio with nml Inluni and Children Kx;crlcnco it;ultiat lliiHirlincuU 1 'Tint-un-Boo- Castor Oil, ParaCnatnrlii I n hiirinlrm colic, Krnps anil Soothlnir Hyrhp. It In plrunnnt. It rout.ilni ncJIIiiT Opium, Morplilno nor otlier Xnrrotla II iiko In It iriiiinuitca. It duxtroyn SVorms miliM.inro. 1'iir inoro than thirty your It nail nlluy lYvriiilini-HH- . lius lircn lu cuiiatmit mo for tho rellrf of Conntlputlon, riatuliMiry, AVInd Colli, nil Trctlilng- Trouble nnd Dlarrlin-a- . tho Ktoiniich mid Howls, It rriiiiliito iiliiill:itt tho Food, Klvlnir healthy mill natural slut-p- . Tho Children' l'miiiici. Tho Mother's Friend. - CASTOR I A What is nnhstltnto for Mrs. Laura Duko of Carthage, Tenn., A beautiful little white booklet waa a titled "The Ellen Wilson Memorial" several victim of stomach disorders for years. Hhe lost appetite and ha just lice n tent nut nnd containrs her weight fell off. Bhe could not rest the following explinatnn of it origan, at night. plana anil purposes; She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy "While the itatcatnan of the White1 Just a few doses and found herself House was busy with the cures of hit restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was Kreat ollice his devoted companion was Icil to think of this splendid nnd neglect-ei- l so rapid sho was afraid that it could be, only temporary. So she waited element In the life of the nation. from September, when she took the With a woman' unerring Intuition remedy, until the following February her heart waa enlisted in the uplift of to pass judgment. Then she wrote: the children of these strnnded millions. "I write you In regard to your wonWhen she saw her vision she waa not derful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I disobedient to it, hut threw herrelf with sacrificial earnestness Into Its call. have In Ave years. weight was 127?4 pounds: now It is a far cry from the Whltn Hnuse It "My14714, and I can eat anything I Is nil Dul'ont Circle and the wide Poto- - want I sleep well at night. I would mac to the black mountains and the have written before, but 1 wanted to lonely valleys and the limpid streams see how I got along." Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy elves per- that rush under dark pines nnd rhodod- Dally Thought. Nature has perfections In order to show that she la the Image of Dod; and defects, In order to show that she Is only hi Image. Pascal. 2 er n Page 3 Cl Pay From One ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME To Any Good Man Can Ten Years To Dy HOPE AINSLEE. For True Prosperity. When there Is perfect sincerity when every man Is true to himself, tcopyrlshl, HIS. by the McCluri Newipa-P8ym!!cate.) when every one strives to realize what he thinks the highest rectitude then Mary Ellen did not know that the all things prosper. Herbert place she was entering was a pawnmutt Spcr.cer. shop. It was tucked away in a quiet thoroughfare off Regent street and For It. Mary Ellen Just happened GOOD-BY- to be strol- MULE. endrons. The Lady of the White House could forget state occasions and social duties while her heart make long pilgrimages to sympathize with the poor children of the dark valleys and the gloomy out look. She loved them and her heart yearn d manent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal aliments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Get one Dottle ot your druggist now and try It on an abaolute guarantee If not satis factory money will be returned. IN KENTUCKY. GENUINE 3 CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS for their welfare. Henry Fonl has confirmed the report that he had invented an automobile tractor; that he has purchased thousands of acre of land near Dearborn, Mich., and that lie will begin the manufacture of tractors within two year;. He plans ultimately to employ 20,000 men in this industry. Mr. Ford asserts that this new implement, which may cost 1200 or less, will reduce at least to cost of tilling the soil, will keep young men on the farm, which will produce a greater amount of food. According to present plans 1,000,000 tractors and 4,000,000 engines will be built yearly. Operations on the buildings for the manufacture of the new one-thir- d machines will She surrendered her heart to her Master in a passion to serve them. It was given to her to aee the vision of their need, nnd to taste somewhat of the joy of ministering to it. Many boys nnd girls were having their opportunity for education, and start at once. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. many weary teachers were heartened in their lonely life by Mrs. Wilson's generous interest in them. With her heart inspired by this noble task, she fell asleep, leaving its completion to others who love needy little children. It is now proposed that the women of America undertake the fulfillment of Mrs. Wilson's dream ns h memorial to her. To that end a movement has been lannched to establish an endowment to be known as "The Ellen Wilson Fund for the Christian Education of Mountain Youth." The proposal has 'received the unqualified approval of President Wilson and his family, and "The Ellen Wilson Memorial" has been incorporated under the laws of Georgia with headquarters in Atlanta. To injure the safe and proper investment of the fund, the charter provides that it shall be held in trust by The Etecutive Committee of Home Mis- of the Presbyterian Church in the Unit- eJ Stite. Incorporated, the income from which shall be turned over to a board of women to administer. In accordance with President Wilson's wish, the benetits of the fund will be available for students without reference to denomination or school attended. provided it is a Christian school. The men and women of the nation who honor the memory of Ellen Wilson and are interested in the educational and moral uplift of the people of the mountains, are now invifed to aesist in th creation of "The Ellen Wilson Fund" aa a permanent tribute to her beautiful lire. As was said in the article this mem orial has been incorporated under the laws of Georgia with headquarters in Atlanta. It will be of interest to Lancastrians to know Mrs. Nell Duncin Elkin is coairman of the administrative Since the death of Judge James II. Mulligan we have had several requests for his most famous poem. Judge Mulligan wrote a number of poems, but his "In Kentucky," first published in 11)02, brought him his wid est reputation. Rend nt n banquet in the old Phoenix Hotel given in February 1902, by the Lexington Chamber of Commerce to the members of the Legislature. "In Kentucky" has, in every conceivable form, circled the world. It has been heard by Kentuckians in Egypt, and millions of souvenir postal cards have been sold with I In familiar lines upon them. TO SUCCEED WITH ALFALFA. Almost every farmer is interested in growing alfalfa. Some have tried it and failed. Many have succeeded and are reaping the benetits of this wonderful crop for livestock farms. As a hay crop it excels all others In yields, feeding value, drought resist ance, and soil enrichment. Yet it Is not advisable to attempt to grow alfal fa under all circumstances. It is a "IN KENTUCKY." The moonlight falls the softest In Kentucky; The summer days come of test In Kentucky; Friendship is the strongest. Love's light glows the longest; Yet, wrong is always wrongest In Kentucky. rather particular crop, requiring cer tain soil conditions nnd proper treatment. The beginner i n alfalfa growing must first of all be a student of alfalfa. He mu-- t study the crop and learn its requirements. If he is not willing to pay attention to such important details as inoculation, liming, proper seeding methods, cutting at the proper stage, he had better not try to grow alfalfa. SHEEP CROP SHORT. Lire Stock Sanitary Board Finds Crop Stock Ewes Limited. Sheep raisers, purchasing agents and the Kentuchy Livestock Sanitary Board are confronted with a serious pribtem in regard to the importation of breed ing ewes. The sheep industry in Kentucky has grown in the last three or four years from about 800,000 ewes to 1,300,000 and the price of spring lambs in this state, owing to their early arrival, is such that the lambs weighing 60 pounds bring more than their mothers on the market. Consequently, the lambs are sold off, few are saved for stock ewes and each year a quarter of a million ewes are imported. This spring- - the prices for lambs anJ sheep broke the record and resulted in the sale of ewes for mutton, with the result that the necessary importation of stock ewes will exceed previous years. How to safeguard the importation so ai to prevent the posibility of the foot and mouth disease being brought in is the problem that the Livestock Sanitary Board must solve. If the sheep arebrougbt frcm the Far West, which has been free from the infection, there is danger of the disease being contracted from watering and feeding en route. The sanitary board will meet in Louisville on call of Commissioner of Agricul ture Newman and consider ways aud means. Lambs and wool brought into Kentucky annually about $3.000.000 and now exceed the value of the wheat crop. The members of the board hope not to hamper the industry, and yet must protest the live stock interests generally from another outbreak and the consequent quarantine. of Life's burdens bear the lightest. In Kentucky; The home fires burn the brightest In Lentueky: While playera are the keenest. Cards come out the meanest. The pockets empties cleanest In Kentucky. The sun ahinea ever brightest In Kentucky; The breezes whisper lighest, In Kentucky; Plain girls are the fewest Maiden's eyes the bluest Their little heart are truest In Kentucky. Orators are the grandest In Kentucky; Olllcials ar- - the blandest In Kentucky; Boys are all the ftiett, Danger ever nighest, Taxes are the highest In Kentucky. ling through the quaint Soho district when an antique locket In the caught her attention. She bought the oddly beautiful locket and was persuaded to purchase, also, an equally curious old ring that the shopkeeper had In his possession. Mary Ellen was a shy, Imaginative little person, whose world was peopled by fanciful characters. She was queer: she was merely different enough from the average girl to be mysterious. Back In New York there were several suitors who wanted Mary Ellen's dainty hand for their own. It was partly owing to the persistent wooing of these admirers that Mary Ellen found herself In London. She had fled from the temptation to marry when she waa not really as much In love as her fancy told her she should be. And her dream man possessed all the qualities that existed, respectively, In each of her suitors. She held her new locket closely In her hand and looked at the face In It. She began to wish that she had lived In the age when he had lived In the age of ponder and patches. An Idea thrust Itself Into her dreams. She would return tq America as the betrothed wife of the man In the locket. This would be a fitting way for her to avoid marrying any one of her suitors. She had long sought an excuse that would satisfy them. Her fictitious lover would be the excuse. ring would lend color And to her story. Few girls but Mary Ellen would have cnnclved so fanciful a plan ot clearing her patch of lovers. "And his name is 'Darlel'" she said to herself when she had discovered an engraved Inscription Inside the locket: "With love, Davie," the line ran. "I shall call my fiance David Wpod-maand say that he Is an actor. My miniature of him was made In the character of Sir Charles Surface." Mary Ellen laughed at her own Ingenuity, Indeed, so delighted was she with her fabric of romance that she sailed for home a week sooner than she had expected. The romance woven around the man In the locket came to be acknowledged as a natural one. Mary Ellen had gone abroad and she had met her fate. One night Jimmy Vale stood In the ballroom of the Deerwent home looking at Mary Ellen as she danced with one ot the men. She was as light as a zephyr, and even had Jimmy not been possessed of a hopeless love for the girl he would have enjoyed the grace of her. Someone touched his arm. "That slim, quaint, beautiful little dancer In mauve who la she?" David Oarland aaked htm. I have four first class farms, containing about 1400 acres of Garrard County's best soil, which I will cut into parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts from five acres to an entire farm. 310 acies, fertile soil, on good pike, two miles from n thriving village and 1) miles from one of the best graded schools in the State, conducted by four experienced teachers, children conveyed to and from school at the expense of the District; intelligent, cultured and hospitable people for neighbors. In two miles of High Bridge, where boating. and other methods of entertainment are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 acres in grass. Farm is near the proposed million dollar dsm to be constructed on Kentucky river, which will furnish electric light for the entire country. It can be divided Irto three furms. The Buster Brown farm near Camp Dick Itobinaon, 410 acres, five good barns, all new, splendid residence, thirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools, lots of hemp, corn, nnd tobacco land. Kobinson Brothers farm contains 350 acres, one stock barn, two tobacco barns, seven room residence. Most of this is sand stone land and any fanner in Garrard county knows this kind of land is the land that grows the highest price tobacco, as well as corn and hemp. The evidence: are on the farm to bear cut this statement. This farm is located on the Kemper Lane near Lexington pike. The Beazley farm, one and one half miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, 200 acres, good brick residence, tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of the Lancaster Graded school. The soil is splendid, well watered and the farm fronts one and one quarter miles on the Lexington pike, in easy reach of town and the entire front can be used as building sites, which I propose to cut in any size to suit purchaser. I will exchange any of this property for Garrard county property at the same price I will sell for cash. If you wish to exchange, come with yours priced as you would sell for cash. You can get this land just as cheap by ex change as by purchase if you desire to change your location. Now these are (our as good farms an there are in the county. If you have been a failure in life, stay at home.. If you are the kind who never dreads any failures, I want to see you. Theso are live farms and want to see live men. Call on or write, J. I. Hamilton. Lancaster Ky. SHIFT-KE- Y WORK. 5ecler, PHONE 27. Mallard Sc Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Kv The bluegrass waves the bluest In Kentucky. Yet, bluebloods are the fewest (?) In Kentucky; board, while Mrs, Edmond S. DeLong Moonshine is the clearest. of Lexington ia the Kentucky State By no means the dearest, President. Mrs. DeLong will be glad And yet it acts the queerest In Kentucky to give any information which may be desired as to the proposed fund, its The dove-note- s are the saddest distribution and plans for raising fund. In Kentucky; We hope she will have the hearty The streams dance on the gladdest of the Kentucky women In Kentucky; In this great work. Hip pockets are the thickest. IxindoftheSKv AWAY up in the mountains of Western North HAIR AND SCALP NEED DAILY CARE. If vou value the appearance of your hair vou should treatvourscalpas often and well as you brush your teeth and rub into the scalp pores twide daily a little Parisian Sure. This tleatment is not a mere "hair tonic." Jt is bottled nourishment for the hair roots and it is aimply wonderful what an improvement its use for even n week, will make in the appear ance of anyone's hair. It never injures. is delightfully cool and pleasant to the scalp nr.d takesout the dull, lifeless look In th hair, makinc it aof t. tlutt V. glossy and beautiful. Two or three applications remove every trace of dandruff, and dally i!J- - wljl prevent its return. Sold bv I'.. E. Mcltoberts and leading drug gists everywhere. KENTUCKY Pistol hands the slickest. The cylinder turns quickest In Kentucky. The song birds are the sweetest In Kentucky; The thoroughbreds are fleetest In Kentucky. Mountains tower proudest. Thunder peals the loudest: The landscape is the grandes- tAnd politics the damnedest In Kentucky, No Doubt About It. HOMES WANTED FOR CHILDREN. Jimmy turned to look at the man. It aidssime iN my laborrsO He was the guest of the hostess, and Whem I)m in workiNG vein' they had merely shaken bands In be- It makes A GREst ImprovEment3) ing Introduced. i write So veRY pLain. "Ill present you with pleasure," Jimmy hastened to say. It oPerates sosw Ftly$- When Mary Ellen looked Into the thst when yOu find you're sTuck;) blue eyes of David Oarland she would and CannoT fiNd the letUer have turned and fled had not Jimmy Just6-jabtrusT to luckGS)? restrained her. "Walt a minute, Mary It's Eaty-VeaTy Ellen. I want to present Mr. David To ODeRAte it then;;:?6&180 Oarland. Miss Moore," Jimmy added, Now where on eArth's that colon? with his best society bow. Then, without another word he left them. Give me my ink and pen. David was so like the man In Mary Baltimore American. Ellen's locket that the girl waa stricken with amazement. She could scarcely raise her eyes to his scrutinizMonster Whala' Dainty Diet ing gaze. The blue or sulphur bottom whale Is one of the large animals that has "There are two reasons for my wanting to meet you," she heard blm ever existed on earth. Although Its saying. "One Is that locket," ha mouth Is so large that a dozen men can stand upright In It. Its throat la said, looking at her treasure. "I bought It In London," Mary Ellen only nine Inches In diameter. Anconfessed, blushing, and taking the other curious thing about this enorlocket In her hand. "And this ring I mous creature It that Its diet conbought at the same time," she ad- sists chiefly of tiny crustaceans ot an Inch mitted, extending the ring tor him to shrimps and Ery three-quarte- Have a new typ eWriter, Andd it is my de;ight to patter on it gailY And write, and writeand writes: i long. Her heart beat fast; her dream was The Kentucky Children, s Home Society has at present in its receiving Home 203 children. This is an unpre cedented number for this season of the year, but owing to the conditions creat ed by the world wide war, fhe Society d is with children. We find it necessary to appeal once more to the citizens of Kentucky and ask them to take these children into their homes. We have 17 babies under the age of two, 10S boys and girls under the age of seven, 75 of which are between the of two and five. The rest are older boys and girls betwaen the age of 7 and 14. It would not only be an act of charity on the part of our citizens to open their hearts and their homes to these little children, but in nine cases out- - of ten, these children will prov a great advantage and satisfaction to the families who take them. We do not believe that ther? are any finer looking children in the State than we have on hand coming true. This man and the man whose face was pictured In her locket were In some way connected. "I say, this is most curious." David was saying, halt to himself, as he examined the ring on Mary Ellen's finger. He looked up at her. "Do you know that you are wearing my grand- Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Bre vord, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 3 1st, via I - SOUTHERN RAILWAY of te Southallowed at all points. Three special Low Rats Excursions will be run during the summer, A3! for details. For full Information it Tick it Agsnt. Southtrn Rillwar.or writ B. II. TjJJ, DUtrlct Passtnjir Ajsnt, Loulivill, Ktntucky. Stop-ove- n FAIR DATES. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs fur 1915, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report any omissions or corrections of dates. Danville. July 21- -3 days. ML Sterling. July 21- -4 days. Harrodsburg. July 27- -4 days. Winchester. July 29- -4 days. lllue Grass Falr.Lex'ton Aug 2- -6 da Taylorsville August 3- -4 days. Burkesvllle, August 114 days. Vanceburg, August 11- -3 days. Broaihead, August Perry ville. August 11- -3 days. Kern Creek, August 11 4 days. Fair, Augll-4d- a Sanders, Stanford, K. of P. August 13- -3 da. Shepherdsville, August 17- -4 days. Lawrenceburg, August 17 4 days. Columbia, August 19 4 days. Eminence, August 19- -4 days. Ewing. August 19- -3 days. London, August 21 t days. Elizabethtown, August 21 3 days. Shelby ville, August Cermantown, August 23- -1 days. day, ML Vemon, August - Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have mad hit ruuna (unoui all over lha United Stat and Canada. Brrit. 0 ' Composed of Far tratmnt Root. Herbs, Bark and of Human Oiuaae. $1 Puiey'IrdUnlieitaDar'Trement. Dakota Jack' Dakota Jack' 4 00 2Sa Cowbov Liniment Creroe Soap. Price ,xLL ON 1 - ii 1 i!T C. 0. J bn L SALB AT DAKOTA JACK Th Nartkwtra Cowbar OHiaiNATO C 4 J. E. Storaves ami R. MeRocerts. or rURSJJWJ INDIAN I1ZR-- 43 mother's engagement ring?" Mary Ellen shook her head; she could not speak. "And I believe there Is a miniature ot myself In that locket." David added. RESULTS TELL "Are are you Davie?" Mary Ellen asked, breathlessly. There Can Be No Doubt About The "I'm Davie." he laughed. He then explained that his O Results In Lancaster. iiOarland was so "keen on him" that she had bad his miniature painted Results tell the tale. and set In a locket She had bad It All doubt is removed, done In powder and patch costume beThe testimony of a Lancaster citizen cause. In that dress, he was more like Can be easily investigated. his grandfather than ever and It had What better proof of merit cai be had? pleased the elderly woman to see him Mrs. II. F. Walter, Hill St . Lancasthus. The locket and the ring had ter, says; "Whenever mv hack bebeen stolen by a maid and had evidently been sold. comes lame and painful, n few doses Mary Ellen looked up In startled of Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at It. amazement. "Do you know, It was E. Mcltoberts & Son's Drug Store, a pawnshop that I bought them labring me instant relief. At one time 1 at the present time. she asked. The conditions in the work are ser- ta Soho?" laughed. feared that I had serious kidney trouble. "Bless that pawnDavid The kidney secretions were unnatural ious; if we do not place these children broker!" be said. "And this hesitaand gave unmistakable evidence of dis- promptly, we will be compelled to ask tion watts? Do you hesitate to dance ordered kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills the Judges not to send us any more with Dovler he asked. Mary. Ellen did not hesitate. in a short time made my kidneys nor- children until we can place a Urge mal." (Statement given March 20th, number in homes. We do not want to do this, as we want the Institution 1903). open at all times to the call of tho OVEIi THKEE YEAKS LATEIt. Mrs. Walter said; "My kidneys have destitute, homeless child. '.There'irNosQueaUon'! Will vou not think of the need of been in excellent condition since giving but that indigestion, and the distressed my former endorsement of Doan's Kid- each chiM for a mother and father and feeling which always goes with it caa If possible, send us a letter telling us bo promptly rtUeved by takinj a ney Pills." Don't that you will take one of these little Price 60c, at all dealers. ' simply' ask for a kidney remedy get children into your Home? Yours very respectfully, Kindey Pills Die same thai Doan's before aad alter each moti. 25o.a.box? Geo. L. Sehon, n Co., I Mrs. Walter bad. R. E. McRobrtu . Statu Supt. Prop., Buffalo. N. Y. u rand-mothJ ' "Those men seem well connected," rale Multlns as he looked at an officer and prisoner, handcuffed together, on their way to the courtroom. Backache jjjj llll IU Miss Myrtle Cothrum, KUUCiiviuc, ma,, aayi. "For nearly t year, 1 suN tered with terrible backOI 1X1 XJ HJB ache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly In bad health. My school teacher advised me to TAKE Cardui TIN Woman's Tinlc uyspvpsi!, Tabltt I took two bottles, la all, and was cured. I shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." II you sutler from pains peculiar to weak women, such as bead-ach- e, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or If you merely aces' atonic for that tired, feel nervous, worn-o- ut b-leMt. try Cardui. Fosler-Milbur- Page 4 The Central Record The Central Record, Thursday July 15, YES WE THINK IT RAINED MONDAY. 1! luck of the necessary tuition, or thou Governor nml promoters of state-wid- e whose Pre nU are Indifferent to the op- - prohibition. We are desirous that the portunlty education gives their chlldr people havo both sides of this con INCOrTORATBD. troversy. It will be observed an el ren. YEAR. IBSOED WEEKLY. $1.00 A It is the purpose of the board of the fort to promote the candiJacy of Ellen Wilson Memorial to And the Governor MeDermott a against the J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. worthy bov and girl in the mountain candidacy of Stanley upon the same op- - platform this is quite Tiir purpose R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. dimlcts nd Rive to them theIt ap obvious. The McChesneyofpeople would It like to divide the vote of those demoEntered it to Po.l affile In Unesiier. Kj . parent, therefore, that the memorial 'can be bf benefit, not only to the In crats who see in the adoption of stateffcendCI lll Mutter. dividual student, bat to the schools, wide prohibition a wreck of our party Member Kentucky Tress Association for with an Increased maintenance and the defeat of its nominees between and through scholarships the facilities for MeDermott and Stanley. The Mo ' the schools can be increased. Cheiney supporters are doing more to Eighth District Publishers League. We feel sure Kentucky will do her boost MeDermott than any of Me'part In this great work as she can now Dermott' own supporters in Kentucky Lancaster, Ky., July 15, 1915. help her state directly through scholar- " 'ship gifts to the Ellen Wilson Memorial WHAT ABOUT THIS Rates For Political Announcements Fund. For Precinct and Citv UHi:es . . i 5.'J A recent issue of the Interior Journal, 1U.00 Official Washington takes a grave for County Offices hands out something like this: 15.00 view ot the situation produced by Ger For State and District Offices.... 'Joe S. Haselden, a mighty clever 10 many's refusal to meet the demands of For Calls, per line fellow and well equipped for the job, 10 the United States growing out of the For Cards, per line Is the republican nominee for RepreLusltama incident, when more than For all publications in the Intersentative from Garrard countv, he one hundred Americans lost their lives. est of Individuals or expreshaving no opposition for the honor Upon President Wilson rests the sion of Individual views, per from his partv, "Joseph" has Just in 10 burden of deciding the policy which line.... stalled a beautiful ice cream parlor 05 the United States is to follow. Quietnbituaries. per line In the "Land of Now," but then that ly and carefully he is considering the wont interfere. He will spend n few situation. days convassing, and finding that he Officials generally agreed that the ANNOUNCEMENTS r. POLITICAL German reply was far from satis- has i chance to defeat the democratic nominee, will return to the "Puri The Central I'.ecorcl is authorized to factory, and that the United State tan," the name of his place of busi onnounce the following candidates for wai faced with another difficult situ- ness and wonder why th deuce he office, subiect to the Democratic ation in its relations with Germany. It was pointed out Wat the American everleft it to wander after strange August 7th, 1915. primary, and false gods'. Government and Germany had pracFOR GOVERNOR. tically reached a deadlock on the law Hon. A. O. Stanley. "HUSBAND SMELT BAD" in the case, evidently neither side FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. being willing to recede Irom Its posiIn the trial at Harrrodjbiirg of Mrs. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county, tion. The situation was now thought Pejvler for killing her husband. Mrs. Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. to resolve itself entirely into a quesW. A. Snapp swore that for two ears tion of policy, which depends on Presi she was a close neighbor to the de FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. dent Wilson. fendant and that Mrs. Peavler fre There was a revival of talk concern quently told her that she hated her E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. ing the severance of diplomatic rela husband and that she would J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county have to tions, it being recalled in official circles kill him: FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. that "he smelt bad." and that in the now famous cabinet meet that she would not cook anything for W. It. Mason. ing of May 11, when the sinking of the himj that "he smelt bad" and that W. A. Doty. Lusltania was first considered, there she would like to take a shot gun and FOR SHERIFF. was an informal understanding that if shootout the heart of him, und that G. T. Ballard, Jr. the negotiation by the United States she had been practicing shooting In FOR REPRESENTATIVE. to secure reparation from Germany for order that she could kill her husband II. Clay KaulTman. the destruction of American lives in as another Mercer county woman did that tragedy failed, the American a few years ago. Perhaps if women might be justified is dis- had been the jurors, Mrs. Peavler I am a candidate for County Court Government continuing diplomatic intercourse with would have gotton off lightly as we Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the Germany. prese'nt Clerk. have heard everal say she had justiGermany's complete evasion of lia fiable grounds for killing. At any I have accepted The Chief deputies rate bility for the loss of Americans on the husbands should heed this warning. appointment in the office In order to TOGETHER UNDER Coolinff Wash Slops K VT4 ! Mr. "Boots" Hughes says It rained Monday, and that he is some duck. Some might call him a lame duck, tr an old duck, or a tough duck but anyway he can stay in the water as long as hotir half tun tljrtu a THE LOG CABIN ln mlnutts Indrop laoft tconas. not In troubits. ot ths renultu.l", oed out n, rii doiu that mild, sooth, Prescription Just f Only most ducklings. RAINY WEaWrCAUSES for if c.nta. lnr, eoollnf wash, the 1), U, D. Don't fall to try this famous th famous cur for Eettma, rmdi nnd th llfh Is rone. Tour burning skin for any hind of summer skin troub! . w kmw P. ft P. will urs yau toataat. Is inatantly rdforttt end you hv protselien Xrota all lumwtr skin R. E. McKobcrts, Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. S D. ADVANCE IN JULY WHEAT July wheat scored another good advance last week. Showery weather over the winter wheat belt with no signs of a in the rainfall, which further retarded the movement of new wheat and delayed threshing operations, caused the strength In July. The advance In that month lifted prices of September and December, also. At the end of the week July was 2 cents higher than at the close of the previous week. September advanced 1 cent and December was J ceet higher. let-u- I. ii tl i. IU The childrtti f the present day villi crow up to recognize Crane's Papers the social standard of those who demand the best, as did (heir mothers, grandmothers, and great grandmothers before them. Those who produce Crane's inherited their paperk ability from their forebears,,, the artisans of days now past. As rug weaving Is a heritage of the Persians, diamond cutting a heritage of the Belgians, so Is paper making a heritage of the workmen employed at the Crane Milts in Western Massachusetts. Complete stock in all the various sizes and tints continually on exhibition. SSJBJSJSJSPjBjSSSKyBtejttjv .hAT VfcABBBBa "BOTH 1 g i 1 OLYMPIA SPRINGS RAIDED BY JUDGES II !3 JOE HAMMONDS Candidate For Sheriff. ORDER. c) AfZt I II Under orders of Circuit Judge W. A ioung, of Morehead, a raid was made on Olympian Springs, a summer re. sort in Bath county, .and, it Is alleged seven barrels of beer and a case of whiskey were confiscated. Perhaps this accounts for some of the "limpness' the Cynthiana editor speaks of. But we are her to say it was dry. nut only nothing to drink but nothing to eat during the press association. Y we put "limp-- ' in Ulympta and It sure reciprocated. GURNEE AMUSEMENT rs 0 cxine? b STORMES DRUG STORE THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER :?-:si- raneis ! BLUE GRASS FAIR Incorporated. (!) COMPANY. The fact that the management of the famous Hippodrome Theatre of Lex irgton, now known as the Ada Meade LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. I HI acquaint mvself with the duties of Clerk and having fitted myself to take the examination required by law, I sincerely ask and solicit your support. E. M. Walker. Railroad Commissioner. We are authorized to announce JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, Kelson County, as a canditate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second District; the primary election to be held Lusitania has revived the subject most acutely, according to persons. For several days there has been an undertone of disappointment and apprehension all over the country as to Germany's note. Germany in its latest note has ignored the vital question and has shifted, now emphasizing the conditions under which it would promise complete immunity from danger to Americans traveling even on American . snips. The August primary is now a little While more than three weeks off. STANFORD COURT DAY A lot of good material went to waste Monday for the lack of a political speech that should have been made by some of the many candi dates that were on hand that day. One of the largest crowds seen there in several months and several times dur- at Stanford last Saturday August 7th., 1915. William F. Klair, Fayette County, there are four candidates for Governor, Candidate for Reelection as Railroad it is well recognized that the real conCommissioner, Second District of Ky. test is between Stanley and UcChes-neSubject to the action of the Democratic News comes from all parts of party in the August Primary. the state that lead us to believe that Stanley will win the nomination by a We are authorized to announce Miss safe majority, in fact his friends claim Jennie Higgins a candidate for County that he will get an unprecedent ma School Superintendent of Garrard jority for such a contest. County, subject to the action of the Democrats who do not want to see Democratic primary Auguit 1917. our party wrecked by the differences must come by the adoption of We are authorized to announce Judge that State wide prohibition, look to Stanley Lewis L. Walker, of Ganard county, a a: the strongest mm for us to select, candidate for the Republican nominato lead in the fight against the repubtion for Lieutenant Governor, to be licans in November. Democrats who voted for at the primary election to be know that by the adoption of state wide held on Saturday, August 7th 1915. prohibition, state and municipal taxes in We are authorized to announce Joe Kentucky would be doubled and that such S. Haselden, of this city. Republican a party program would greatly en candidate, for Representative at Nov- danger the success of our party In the state, from the county nominees up to ember election 1915. Governor.believe that Stanley's nomina We are authorized to announce Joe tion would save us from defeat A. Burnside, candidate on Republican Democrats know that this is not a wet ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at and dry fight, that such statements are " made simply to arouse the prejudice November election 1915. and obscure the real issue. The real The most practical form of home issue is whether the democratic partv mission wurk is being followed In the will stand upon the county unit plat purposes and organization of the Ellen form adopted four years ago, which Wilson Memorial Fund for the Chris was then a radical temperance plattion education of the mountain youth form or adept stats wide prohibition as of the southern states, the monument a party measure and take the con the women of the south will establish sequence. What would the con to the memory of the late Mrs. Wood sequences be to our party? Then what row Wilson. would the immediate consequences be Mrs. W. S Llkin, of Atlanta, Ga., to our state should the party win upon who is chairman of the admlni.trative tuch a platform? Of all times, this is board of the memorial fund, has ap one for democrats to stand upon a con pointed a chairman in each state of the servative piatlorm, carry tne state in central south. Their responsibility Is November and get ready with a united to collect funds for the memorial, these party to give Kentucky to Woodrow to be used in scholarships for deserving Wilson in 191C. bsys and girls, in the mountain schools, already built for them. Organization At a recent meeting of the Kentucky has been perfected in Kentucky with Bar Association retiring President, Mr, Mrs. Edmond DeLong as chairman, Thomas, made some suggestions as to who will collect the funds in Kentucky needed legislation in Kentucky, which where there is already aroused a deep is worth well to consider. His sugand affectionate Interest in the move gestion that the office of jailer and ment the memorial represents. sheriff be combined, with the duties of bisewnere in mis paper is given a collecting the taxes altogether elimihistory of this memorial. Various nated from the duties of the sheriff, is means are being resorted to in every such a suggestion ns would be a most state for the raising of these funds. valuable reform If enacted into a law. Entertainments ate being given and It would not only save tne tax pavers funds raised through schoIarMiIps, in Kentucky thousands of dollars, but generally ranging in amount from $50 we believe that the people would get to $100. Life scholarships are being more efficiency in the performance of given in certain schools, the amount the duties expected and required from for these from J1.U00 to I2.00U. Ellen these offices. The revenues of the Wilson circles are being organized and country have become so large and the the schools as well as the mountain sheriff's office such a highly remuneraboys and girls will feel the benefit of tive office that sheriffs in some counthe new fund, even in the days of Its ties neglect their duties as peace of organization. ficers in collecting the taxes from In the elTorU which have already which source they get their larger pay. been made in the interest of developing The next Legislature in Kentucky the mountain people, schools have been could afford to make this change in our built in those sections of the mountains laws. whtfe-tt'wabelieved they were to the greatest number. The ln our advertising columns this week jtUemlAoceJiAs ,bjejL,lMod.. and etlll our readers will And some articles by Dure are those who can not attend for, friends of McChesney's candidacy for ing the day we were asked, 'will any one speak Handsh iking was the order of the day and the candidates lost no time along this line. The cattle pens were crowded and most of them sold at what seemed fabulous prices E. C. McWhorter bought 24 head of heifers, weight GOO pounds at 6 cents. B. Woods 25 head at same price. Woods Walker purchased four wean ling calves at $35 a head. Center Bros five cows at $5.20 a hundred. Harris Brothers of Hubble, sold 30 yearling cattle to J. C. Caldwell of Boyle, for October delivery, for 71 cents and G, A. Swinebroad sold 40 head to same party for 7J cents for fall delivery. W. B. Burton bought 7 head of horses of different parties, ranging in price from $125 to $140. Theatre, has taken over the Roman's Opera House and will conduct It along its successful ideas has met with popular approval in Lancasterand while the new management has hardly had time in which to put into force much ofH its new policy, the knowledge that everything that is possible will be dont to please the the aire goers has awaken, ed new interest. Mr. Elmer T. Ramsey, the resident manager, has been instructed by Mr. Gurnee, the president of the Gurnee Amusement Company, to "meet all the theatregoers possible and find out from them personally just exactly the sort of pictures and entertainment desired and as this,lnformation is secured an average will be taken and the class of entertainment given from that time on will meet the public det.iand. The slogan of the new management is "give the public what it wants at all times" and the people of Lancaster will shortly discover that Mr. Ramsey will devote every possible minute to looking after his patrons interests. It would aid matters considerably if the patrons would seek out Mr. Ramsey and talk Rememthe situation over with him. ber he is here to please everyone and the only way that difficult feat can be accomplished Is to "get together". Only the best pictures and entertain ment will be shown at the Opera House at all times and as soon as Mr. Ramsey has a chance to feel things out, n season of very unusual features can be looked for. August i 6 to 7, I0I5 - - i S20.000--I- N PREMIUMS-S20.- 000 i 20 Special HENLEY V.BASriN I ! Candidate For Deputy Sheriff. The Rutherford Greater Shows. Cars. 300 People. WEBER'S PRIZE BAND OF 0 I I . I J AMERICA. Misses DeVonda nutl Baldwin Sensntionnl Free Acts. Lndy Artists in the Thrilicr Act. Triple Pnrnchtite Leap From One Balloon, I (!) t Three World. Running Races and Two Harness Races Each Day. I!) Ureal Show Kings at Lexington. The Capital of the Horse A Week of Fun anil Sport. Reduced Kates on all Koads. For entry blanks or information address, VV. tl law y.w JOE BURNSIDE JOHN . 1 BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON, KY. 3 1E I i rrr: Candidate For Circuit Clerk. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at t(CT for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks TANKERSLEY. After an illness of three weeks, Mrs. Susan Tankersley, age fi7 years, of Ilubule, died at tne city hospital in Danville last Monday. Mrs. Tanker sley was a most estimable woman. She was Industrious, quiet and unassuming, always considerate of. the rights and feelings of those with whom she came in contact. She was a devout member of the Methodist church at Hubble, where the funeral services were conmorning, after ducted Wednesday which the temalns were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery. She Is sur vived by her husband and seven chit dren, most of whom were at her bedside when the end came. They and all who knew her will miss this good woman and are grieved t her sad death. PUGILIST ON LEC- TURE PLATFORM. audience. No 'American is better qualified than John L. Sullivan to impress an impressive lesson upon the value of temperance and the evils of intemperance. When he was in the heyday ut his glory as a pugilist and at the height of his manly strength he injured himself at the Mowing bowl and when he was whipped by Corbett at New Orleans twenty years ago and wept like a child, charging his defeat to "booze" there was no question in the public mind as to the McCORMACK. validity of his explanation. His colMrs. Sallie Burnam McCormack died ors went down In the dust not before at her home on Danville Street last the valor and supplenejs of "GentleTuesday night after an Illness of two man Jim" but before the punishing years. She was sixty-eigyears old blows of our old and her death was due to paralysis, John Barleycorn. John L. Sullivan has led u quiet' She was the widow of Jno. C. McCor respectable life as a farmer in remack, who died thirty years ago. She had been a life long long mem. cent years and has abstained from ber of the Presbyterian church and was drink. He began abstaining too late, a Godly woman, universally loved, but has stuck to the water WBgon with When her husband died she was left persistency which commands respect. Battling Nelson once addressed Chiwith her children to rear, and thoss who know them can testify in truth, cago school children upon the evils in this capacity she left that Im preps upon each one of them that only She was likewise a good mother can. a kind and good neighbor, ever ready to render them any service that came John L. Sullivan is said to be an im pressive temperance lecturer, for the reason when he talks, he knows what he is talking about and when he faces an audience it is always an interested MISS POWERS JOE HASELDEN Candidate For Representative. OF LOUISVILLE A Beauty Specialist is in town demonstrating that within her power. The funeral services will be conduct' ed at her late residence on Danville St this (Thursday) afternoon at 4 o'clock A large by Rev. J. Rockwell Smith. concourse of relatives, friends and neighbors will be present, giving evidence of the high esteem in which she was held. Many beautiful floralof. ferings will cover her last resting place in our city of the dead, tender memorials of that love she had left behind in the hearts of friends and kindred. Mrs. McCormack is survived by three children Mr. Joe C. McCormack of Hendersonville. N. C, Mrs. W. O. Goodloe and Mrs, James Ramsey of this city. of smoking and there was quite an ado about the school children having been submitted to the bad influence of a pugilist. Nelson says that his ab stinence was due to an address made W. when he was a school boy by Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, who said that a boy should conserve his strength and try for a place at.the top of the calling he chose. "Hat" chose lighting and eschewed cigarettes and whisky and Signed landed at the top. It was altogether appropriate for him to tell school Court House George Moran, W, li. (!) boys why they should not smoke. Moss; East I'ark II. V. Uastln, W. II. .V Lackey; West Park John G. Kinnard, jYou Can Enjoy Life T. It. Stulti; Union Jim McQuerrv, Eat what you want and not be troubled John II. McQuerry; faint Lick John frith indigestion if you nill take a Greene. Dr. W. L. Caruiso: Walker's Dyspepsia S: H. Sam Prather, Noah Marsee, Jr.l Iluckeya Ulysis Kami. Kdd Chandler, Sold ocJj East Bry., Taylor Noe. Kufus Moss, before and titer " by Ut-- 250 boxj' West Ury Norman Grow., John Hani ' R. E. McRebtrts II. ii. Montgomery. The uudersicned members of the Gar rard County I'rofjresslveCommittee and of the Garrard County Kepublicmi Com m ttee met tocether In Lancaster on Saturday July 3rd., 1916. It was de cided that we join and unite ourselves together in harmony as one committee, each havinir equal votes and to be known as the Garrard County Kepubli can Committee. This action was re ported to the Republican State Com mittee and a list of the names of the undersicned was sent to them. At meeting of the Mate committee on July Cth.. 1U16 in Louisville, Ky., the action of the Garrard County Commit tee was endorsed and we the the un. dersiimed were recognized by them us the Garrard county Uepublican Com' mittee. At ojr meeting on July 3rd., l'JIC, we nominated a full ticket for Garrard and County composed of Progressive to run under the. Log Republican Joe Cebin. The ticket is as follows: Hammonds for SherrlfT; with Henley V Uastln for Deputy; Joe Ilurnslde for Circuit Court Clerk, and Joe S. Hasel. We pledge den for Kepresentative. our support and influence to these can didates and ask every Republican and Progressive to stand by us and help elect our full ticket in November. "VILVITINA" TOILET ARTICLES and giving FREE Special Lessons in their ApiilicatiDti Messages for her or orders for the goods may tic left at McRoberts Drua Store LANCASTER August 27th28th, 1915 H. HARRIS, Qolored Fair President. JERRY DOTY, Secretary. To INSURE In a Leading 1 Marine. w. Kt&tbMt ,lS2i2S ' Tablet wattL American Comoanv as the Springfield FinSCaitd hcil CAPrr5VL.b,oo,oo6s'6t if i itral Record, Thursday July 5 1 19 5. 1 Page 5 ncoiroi to the Danville Fair next week and extend a most cordial invitation to make our store your head-quarters. !l Mr. K. L. Owsley left this week for a visit to Mrs. John Hrewer In Lebanon. SENATOR OLLIE Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanton! li visit- M. JAMES SAYS:1 Ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. should be no necessity for an "There Hughes. n that will stir up a community Mrs, M A. Ileailey Is nt horn after d make enemies out of g'od fri nds, Comlni ir.i A r.rld M( niton li lh a visit to her daughter l.rs. Win. Haa (Tin letter I shall ask tohaveiead states Goir.ji l,y Thou Wt Art Inleffili'i h. of Stanford. irny position on the whiskey question, In ti e H is the letter by President Wilson to Miss AIM Dunn a I'rls Graded ifhwrf Is ere to spenl ' Itev. Thomas II. Shannon; ' 'The questions involved are s'oclal Mri. Klizabelh Joseph was a recent her vacation. 'anil mnri.1 am arm nnt tiittihl nf visitor to Danville friend. , . Louis-- ; , , . . Miss Margaret Cook will go to nrocram. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sutton were re- Vllle next week for a visit to Miss ' Wherever thev have been made She cent visitor! In Georgetown ami Lex- Hope Gardner. subject matter of party contests they ington. Mrs. Itozella Dunn, and Miss Minnie have cut the lines of party organization Miss Margaret Warren, 'of Stanford and party action athwart''. , has been with her aunt.' Hiss Jennie Gulley were recent visitors of Mrs. Wood row Wilson" Roliert Long at Huckeve. Duncan. Gossip About People vv e'e-Ho- Is Miss C.iriie Woods of Cincinnati Mrs I N. Miller has returned from the guest of Mesdames Itnmiey anil a visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs L. THE STANFORDFAIR. An Elaborate 6 Part Film Adaption of Goodloe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. llrjant of Urv antsville are the guests of Mrs. ,J. C. liuhinson. Miss Helen Patterson has returned from h pleaant visit to relatives in Illinois. Mrs. W. S. Miller, of Ktioxvllle, Tenn., Where visiting her sister, Mri. T. Wilson, of Kichmond. PARKS & HENDREN. DANVILLE. KY. J. W. Miller. Is Miss Mary N'oel. of Danville, guet of her sister, Mrs. J. II. of Paint Uck, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the Woods of Adams Sharpsburg are guests of Mrs. McGrath and family. N'acKie t It Of all the mental misery that com.s to mortals, 1 know nothing quite co Miss N'nncy Walker and Martha Mark tragic as that of the retired farmer and Mr. Mrs. J. W. Wesley, Kananaugh have been sojourners nt Wesley and little Miss Georgia Wesley the people who have to live with him. Crab Orchard Springs. of Mlddleburg are guests of Mr. and Get enough retired farmers in a town and they will start a melancholia bulMr. and Mrs. Harry Oldham of Rich- Mrs. J. II. Soper. l. bed and produce economic mond are guests of her parents. Judge Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Sr. son Allen and A prosperous farming community seen.s and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. daught ir. Miss Florence visited relatives bound to produce a few of these mai- Dr. (I. C. Karris of Denver Colorado, in Richmond the past week and attend- ,'contents. The very beauty and fertility has joined hir wife and little sons here ed the Chautauqua. or the soil makes it possible for a man for a visit to relatives. Mrs. I!. C. Kose will preside at a to save up a Ttttle money, move to town Miss Cassie Mav liurnett has return course dinner today (Thursday) at her 'and live a life of gossip and growl. at Matinee A farmer woo farms Is fine, but ed to Shelbyvillu after a visit to Misses home at llryantsville. The invitation retireJ farmer is tierce. Th- - town to list includes only relatives. Carrie and Addie Arnold. her avoid is the town made up of retired Miss Elsie Zimmer accompanied Mrs. K. C. llarnard of Washington farmers. In years agone I usedtohesr D. C. has arrived for a stay with her little cousin Wm. Kenner to his home men say, "I intend to make my pile in Somerset, and will remain for a visit Will cut till the liay on nny ground over which a mower can be operat- mother Mrs. l'attie D. Gill. and retire from business and enjoy mto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kenner. nil other mowers, nnd we ore here to ed It's nn improveiiient over yself." I am clad to know that anv one Mrs. W 11. Lackey was called to Special Musical prove it. We swenr hy it, nnd just want you who nre thinking of (Je- Kansas City by the serious illness of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Walker and today who makes this remark is re little daughter Georgetta Walker, of garded as booked for the bughouse. tting n mower this season, to come in nnd let us show it to you. We her mother Mrs. Stephens. were recent guests of Mrs. The man who doe? not enjoy himselt in hnve scores of satisfied users, nnd shall be glnd to give you their names Mis Dove Harris of Danville was Hustonville W. A. Dickerson and daughter. his business will never know what hapguest of her pleasant week-en- d the and let thrill speak for themselves. Miss Margaret Cook and guest Miss piness is. The limit of rest is very sister, Mrs. l'attie Anderson. Yours, for n big harvest, Hope Gardner of Louitville and Miss soon reached, and then misery follows Mrs. W. Uoss Hastin entertained at Minnie May Hobinson, form a house fast. Well did Iago wail: "My ocWednesday in a 12 o'clock dinner on party at the home of Miss Mary May cupation! My occupation's gone!" honor of a number of relatives. When your occupation is gone vou had Walaer at Paint Lick. better throw vour cosmic gripsack Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Haselden and of Hopkinsville, Mr. William Ware, overboard and jump uverboard after it. I YOU'LL FINIl If IS THIS COLUMN, children and Miss Aldridge of Stanford arrived in the city last Monday and will Lack of occupation is not rest; a mind V. The Square Deal House. motored to the city of Frankfort. be chief dispenser for his brother, quite idle is a mind We distiessed. Mrs. A. H. Hastin has returned from Harry Ware at his new soft drink and mut arrange our work mi as to get a (lowers of i,! kinds for sale at. n pleasant visit to her son. Mr. Clinton luncheonette counter. little rest every day. But too much' Pot Miss Mattie Estes. Hastin and wife in Detroit. Mich. Miss Ilettie Heynolds, a popular and rest is almost as bad as tou much food. Hughes, of etticient clerk in J. E. Dickerson's Dry It was bom of the old idea that work Miss Margaret Elkin Its parents were master If you want a house, let us build and Louisville Is the gnest of her grrnd-parent- s Goods Store, has returned from a de was a curse lightful vacation spent with relatives and slave. Adam and Eve were punish- turn the key owr to vou. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. A. H. Hastin & Son. at Wildle, and will resume her duties ed by being compelled to go to work. tf. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark and chil- Monday. And we have even punished children by dren of Lexington are here visiting her For Sale. compelling them to go to work. Misses Lena and Ilessle Schooler, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hourne. Ketired farmers are a blot and a Miss Ilessie Prather and guest Miss Cherry Store Fixtures & Counters. blight on the civic prospects of any William K. Tudor of near Manse Ilessie Sanders were at Kirksville Mrs. Gileher. Danville" Ky town. There is one State in the Union spent the first of the week with his Wednesday for an elaborate birthday that is gradually going into creeping cousin Walter O. Conn, at Hyattsville. dinner given at the home of Mrs. Residence Phone 33. paralysis thru the number of farmers For Sale. Ollice Pi'mne 18. Itichard Hurgess. who have retired from business and j Mr. and Mrs. Wnllace Gover and Mr. One sanitary feeding coop. Call and Mr. W. N. Kyi, of Chattanoogu. is moveu to town in older to and Mrs. L. L. Sanders. t Crab Orchenjoy city Thursday. the guest of Mr. J. A. Hobinson of themselves." The farmer works h3rd inspect at the home of. J. D. Prayther. ard were vUitors in our ' t Hovle county. Mr. Kyle is associated until he is titty, tlfty-flv- e or sixty. He Mrs. Jake Kobinson is at home after a with Mr. Jas. H. Kobinson in the has a few thousand dollars in the bank. ' For nenl. three weeks visit to Mesdames Jamea American Mfg Cc, and will be in Ken-- 1 The mortgage has been cleared on". He ' and Wm. Jones of tucky for several weeks. Four niee roams, garden and half or Ellison of has an opportunity to rent his place, or Apply to Carlton Elkin. Winchtster. his children will manage it for him. i barn. Misses Martha and Helen Gill were He buys a house in town, turns the j Mr. Alex West and Master Charles hostesses at a handsome reception I P For Sale. Hastin are at home after a months Tuesday evening, the honoree being farm over to the boys or to renters, in Nicholasville and their sister .Mrs. George Fans visit with relatives of and looks forward to a long life of j Lot of BOtlll s,..onel yellow poplar, Lexington. Denver Colorado. The hours fur re- leisurely enjoyment. His habit of life . A kize3 !tri en,th,. Suitable for barns is to be up at rive o'clock in the morn-- 1 7.1.31, for the money you ove and Elmore Brothers Aldridge lias returned ceiving were from 5 to ti. Miss Hannah Ing, feeding hcrses, pigs, cattle and to her home in Stanford after a visit Holtzclaw and chickens, doing note how much more resMr. and Mrs. J. l ., his chores, looking after , of several weeks with Mr. and Mis. J. Miss .Minnie Gulley of this city, and new WJCksmilD. a great number of details that have to! pectfully your creditors reIt. Haselden. L. 1'. King of Hubble, have his personal Mr. and Mrs. Tired j Am prepar-- d to on all kind of repair attention. gard you. They like to do Mrs. Maggie Collins and daughter motored to Hustonville last Friday and and worn with thismultiplicity of things v Hors ,hoin? 70 CenU. Key. and Mrs. J. W. businnss with u man who Miss Gladys Collins, and Miss Grace were guests of 10 iook aner, ne utciues to inrow up Herbert I'erkln. Lexington. St. Ileckett of Lexington are here for a Iteagle. They were present at the the whole Job, and lie does. Now he tins mi account at the Old Greenleaf stand. tSth birthday celebration of the popu- cun get up any time that he wishes. visit to relatives, i lar minister. He can lie abed until noon. There are Garrard Bank & Trust Go. Mr. Joe McCormack, of Henderaon-vill- e, Wanted Farm. no chores, no responsibilities, no horse S. C, has been called here by They know he is doing business In a husiress like way, Iletter unfed, no cattle mooing for him to loi) to 350 acres good land, well locat-ethe critical illness of his mother. Mrs. GOOD FLY TRAP. your alTaira are not !arge. They come und minister to them. open such an account even if or purchase Sarah McCormack. His occupation is gone. Ills tool bewill grow all right. G. C. Settles, Mr. John Moss is the champion fiy has returned Mrs. G. M. Patterson comes corroded with discontent. He Lexington, Ky. & weeks visit at trap maker of the city and is putting wanders around from the grocery to It from u delightful two Lillian out one for fifty cents that every housethe home of her neice, Miss the post-oltlcthen to the blacksmith ' Horse Shoeing. keeper in the city and county should shop. He stops Andrews In Chicago. and masticates the purchase. This trap will easily catch a 1 am prepared to do yojr horse nhoe- Hut the joy has gone out of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of quart of ilies at one sitting ami as there textiles. uive his lire, anu his existence becomes one ing, all TJuna. tor sixty cents, Louisville motored to Lancaster for a I are 7,000 men to one pint oy, actual G. M. Huffman, ' visit to Mrs. Neighbor's parents. Mr. 'count, you can readily see the traps gradual, erowinir irrowl. He is miser me it call. U-pMarksbury, Ky. able Ht hurre. lie makes life miserable J. II. Hourne and wife. are well worth the money. Huy one. for every one else. He is the ete.-na-l Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Lex He is at critic of every enterprise. -2 per cl. perct-Money- -5 ington were Interested visitors here for war with progress and is tlghting evtrv 5 -2 THE SIMPLE LIFE. the 01st marriage anniversary of Mr. improvement. He sees graft and 5 Years and Mrs. W. G. Anderson, Luckily fc'r on every hand. A chronicler of the events of a day Mrs, II. K. Hudson entertained at a durinir which Henry Ford-ma- ker If ycu made on real estate. of the world, such do not last long. Loans The 12 o'clock dinner at her handsome man who lasts is the man who sticks need cheaper money on long time. see those handsome automobiles vou to his job. home on Danville Avenue, the honor to dodge when crossing streets-spe- nt mo about it. G. It. Swinebroad, There is no business in the world so guest being Mrs. G. C. Karris of Den $50,000 entertaining a whole village Lancaster, Ky. farming when you do not 2.18-tf- . ver, Colorado. tells of his $10,00) country home, but delightful as Mary Hardin says that the owner sleeps In a tent on get too much of it. Lelture on the farm Misses Elizabeth and walk out over the broad Vaught of Richmond, and Miss Nellie the lawn these summer nights. He Is a ioy. To OIL, OIL, ATTENTION acres and watch the growing things. i Nolan-- J of Louisville, form a pleasant likes it best out of doors. it vou tell air prop be they animal or vegetable, is always Nowadays when the fresh house party at the hospitable home of FARMERS. The overworked farmer aganda has taken a good grip upon the pleasing. Mrs. JL K. McKoberts. ' to have GOOD Coal as it as is average man a tent Is as good as a thinks he wants a divorce, when all he till your 1 can save you money, can ... n . 1 . I 1 ...t . U M ....A Mrs J. A. Elsenor and children of J It was needs is a vacation. The city man pit--nalace for sleeping quarters iu 1, to nave yuuu an Charleston, West Va., are visiting her alwavs true that simplicity had great looks longingly forward to the time barrel,. orI seli you...i.L. A. No. KA up-to- 11 ....... .. . I i a ton of "' " a meal. We parents, Mr and Mrs N. Miller. They advantages, and that those who live when he can move to the "old farm". , ,n were accompanied by Miss Carrie Mil the most luxuriously do not necessarily and make it hi, home. The city man -- h good coal at a visiting In West Va. ler who has been 1 live more comfortably and happily than who buys a farm .ml moves lo the I you .l irwin 91 iu.- -t Itllt nminlri) BftMmn mikpi a mtit&k Gayle Doty was the recent others. Master If YOU cannot make arrangements -- ,mr tn mnv . k to town In the I Nearly anyone can have a tent jn the victim of a very unfortunate accident. mm of rindimr rest Is an illusion. through vour merchant, call or phon w mr jt Is too In some' manner he let a heavy iron yard, even if a sleeping porch Standard Oil. t. door fall upon his great toe and math expensive, and, therefore, "live like n tragic and terrible, not only for the dive Automobile Tickets on everv.Sl..vwth -IW J.W.Sweeney, ' Gut for his family, the'' i ed it. In the'futufe Gayle thinka he multimillionaire''!!! one respect during man hlmielfT ' ' Phone Ifci. Lancaster, Ky. r XhsLiuit'-weathefarm and for the community. will riot' venture too near iron doors. Mrs. Oscar Lotterhoss, of Summit, Mrs. Annie Cooke, of Lexington has Mi nd MUs Althalre Matting'v, of been visiting her nelces Misses Eliza- Lebanon, are guests of Mies Annie beth and Lula Simpson. Margaret Elkln. Mr. and Mrs K. C. Gaines will leave In n few days for Dry Hidgc, Ky., for it few weeks vacation. The management of the Knights of) Pythias Fair, to be held at Stanford, is Ky., on August 18, 11) and 20, pro-nisCUude Wherritt of New Orleans a enjoying his vacation with his parents, to give one of the best horse shows in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wherritt. Central Kentucky, and the other live stock departments will equal, if not Mr. Edward Cox of Jackson, who excel, all past shows, and nothing that has been at the Gullev House for some , will make this fair one of the best in time, returned home Wednesday. Kentucky will be left undone. Liberal premiums will be given in nil Mr. G. S. Gaines, formerly of this city, but now of Mgokogee, Okla., Is rings. The catalogue shows a mott Among visiting his brother, Mr. E. C. Gaines. comprehensive classification. the attractions of the horse shows is a Mrs. Wm. Hogle of New Orleans who $100 colt stake, a $500 saddle stake and has been with her cousin Mrs. John E. e $250 harness stake. The entries cloe visiting relatives In July Stnrmes is now 20. Some of the best horses in Hustonville. Kentucky have been entered, and some Mr. Dan Collier Elkln, arrived from lively contc i.ts will be witnessed. Yale University last Tuesday and is at Write at once to E. C. Walton, the the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. secretary, for entry blanks and catal' -gues, Itobert Elkin. Geo. Barr McCutcheon. Facinating Story Featuring Francis X. Bush- man and Charming Beverly Bayne. This is the Essanay's Masterpiece and was shown in the East at $1.00 and $1.50. Sr.own at RETIRED FARMERS. Stout's Theater Danville, Kentucky, hi sday, starts July 22nd DAIN VERTICAL LIFT MOWER 2:30. Continuous show until lip. m. Piece COME ANY TIME. Program. Eight at Night. Orchestra Admission 10 and ) 20 Cents. J. E. Mount, Son & Co, W. 0. RIGNEY Director and r , D! i Constipation? This is a Question ailed us many times answer is each day. The We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobarts What Is the Best Remedy For FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing 98 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid The young orchard in full bearing. residence contains ten rooms, with bath This and other modern conveniences. has been mostly in grass for the past 14 years and is now ready to grow acres in hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv.bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fertility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. e Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, r K Draw I Check 3 FOR SALE PRIVATELY. The blue grass farm containing 249 acres and known as the John It. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell of on the I.. & N. railroad, mile from Fonso and trom two to four miles of Ave good churches, and one and half mile of the Paint Lick Consolidated schools. This farm is well improved, having a residence of seven rooms, a large new stock barn, a five acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and splendid well. A tenant house on this fsrm of live rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern. The best watered farm in Garrard county, with seven never failing springs and two large ponds and all in grass, except about forty acres. It Is so situated that it can be divided into three small farms, if purchasers desire. For further information, write or call W, A. or S. C. Henderson, on, Lowell Ky The Garrard Bank Trust Company THE QUEEN I Kitchen will just is paring that essential yIJ I Go JFCXl 5 or phone 357 B. L ancaster Ky. hat LUNCHEON and COOLING DRINKS nr tuua wm m guarantee fnll , fair price. uiuia ,! ul annaatfir Lumber & Man'f? "'''"'"Z .Z may be had at the Shop Danville, t. SPorfoct lacorporaird r Kentucky. w PI" tl )... i Miss Minnie Woods Is fn I'alnt Lick visiting friends. Mrs. J. Will Gnder of Bristol V'a., Is As executor of J A. Doty, t will of vimting Miss Cora Nunnelly. fer fur sale at Point I.r iivell on Fugazzl, of Lexington, C. Thursday, September 9th, here A. a short time Thursday was for 10 o'clock the following property it Miss Elizabeth Wilkinson of Liberty Is the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. 227 acres of Inml with S room hou Miss Pearl Hardin, of Lancaster, is in Rood repair, 2 Root) flock barns. buggy hounes. and all necessary out the guest of Mrs. W. II. O'llannerhere l", Walton attended a building", Rood fencing, plenty of w Ulairliorne house party given by Miss Stella LewM ter anil in eood state of cultivation. pair of iigeil mules 75 acres crowing Miss I'attie Perkins Is the guest of crop of corn, binder, mowing machine, her sister. Mrs. '. (i. Mcllee at Mt, cultivator. 3 wagon, wheat drill, hay Vernon. rake, roller, cutting harrow, drag har Mrs. Mary Penny has been confined row. .1 turninc n ows. 1 rtuUble shovel to her bed for several days on account and other farming implements. of Illness. of al. Terms made known on day CapL T. D. Marcum of Catlettsburg. ALEX DOTY, Exr. is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. will also at same time and place 9U acres of land located in front of 227 acre farm, with 4 room house, hljcbami'tH nhnn. Iiftrn and other nec essary out buildings, well fenced and In high state of cultivation. ALEX UOTY I Public Sale! STANFORD all C. tValton. Mrs. W. B. O'llannon has returned home after a visit to Mrs. W. T. West at Lancaster. Mrs. C. F. Garnett and children are spending several days at Crab Orchard Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. OAKRAIID CIHCU1T COUNT. I'laintitfs, Maud Uoumount, et al, VS Defendants. Nannie lioatley. et al. Pursuant to a iudement rendered here in at the June Term, 1915, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before me Uouri House uoor in Lancaster, Kv., at 11 o'clock. A. 11 on or there-about- s MONDAY. JULY. IK, 1915. it being the first day of the (iarrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describ ed as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on Scotta Fork, adjoining the old William Teater Farm, supposed to contain four acres more or less, and is the same tract of land conveyed to Ruben Ray by Peter Anderson by deed dated July 24, 1899, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 16, page 33G, and bounded as follows: On the North by the lards of Mike Kunolds, on the East by the lands of Birge Pendleton, on the West ty tne lands of N. K. liogie, and on the South by the lands of Mike Runolds. The purpose of this sale is to dispose of the land indivisible and jointly owned by the parties and to divide the proceeds among the parties entitled to receive same. with friends. Mrs. T. J. Hill is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruntng at Cincinnati. Mr. Samuel Rusitzky of New Bed ford Mass, is the guest his sister, Mrs. Sam Robinson. Mrs. Lelia B. Cooke spent several days last week with relatives and friends at Harrodsburg. TERMS. This 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 S annum from date until paid, havingthe force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner ot the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. II. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robirson, Attorney for Plaintiffs. months.bearingfiper cent interest per COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD G. C. Walker. VS. W. II. Parks, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the June Term, 1915. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House doorin Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or there abouts, on MONDAY. JUL 26th, 1915. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, tht real estaU mentioned in th pleadings and described as follows, In Garrard County. Ky, on the Lancaster and Danville Turnpike road and Beginning at a bounded as follows: point in the middle of the said road, new corner; thence leaving the road and running new line N 42 E 22.30 poles to a buckeye tree on a small bluff: thence S Gl E 11.00 poles to a stone near a cedar; thence E 23 passing a sycamore at 11 poles, in all 12.12 pules to a point in the aforesaid road in line to J. V. Cook, now W. R. Cook; thence with pike and Cook's line, N 72J W Z5.5H poles to the beginning, containing 1 acres. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy the debt due by the defendants to G. C. Walker for $810.00 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 $fl."5 and $80. the estimated cost of the act'on. CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of ix months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in iix 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. II. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon all the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C C. G. C. Walker, Attormy for Plff. ONE la m SU HOP f B0UBI0N POULTRY CtlRI down a cblck's throat cures A lew drops la the water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea toe bottle makes IS illon of mcuicme ai all rrufsUU. ttample and booklet onT Dli cucaof Puwls" scut ntKE. SP, BtarkM Rsm4 C. lul(V, ly by McRtbcrts Drug Store R. Mooal, So & Co. ad J. was bothered with indigestion. "My stomach pained me night and day", she writes. "I would feel bloated and have headache and belching after eating. I My also suffered from constipation. daughter had used Chamberlain's Tablets and they did her so much good that she gave me a few doses of them and insisted upon me trying them. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Newland and They helped me as nothing else has lm. baby, of Wichita Falls Texas, returned done." For sale by all dealers. home Friday after a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. McCREARY Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pell and son. James, of Louisville and Mrs. B. S. Mr. Mttey Beazley is in Winchester Spicer, of Memphis, have been the visiting Mrs Bascon Brown. guests of Mrs. Emma Holmes. Mi3S Lillie Piers- -, nf Louisville, is t Mrs. Louanna Holam who has been the guest ot Mrs. S. A.. Hill. in Muskogee Okla. for several months Miss Nell Bourne was a visitor of with her sister Mrs. Moriis, has return- Mrs. R. L. Burton on Sunday. ed here and Is the guest of relatives. Mr. Raymond Hughes wis the guest Granville Lutes and family who have of his frierd Mr. Creed Simpson. been residing in Brandon Fla., for sevMr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson were eral months, returned here this week guests on Sunday of Mrs. Joe Prather. to make their future home. They are Miss Sada Elizabeth Beazley is in confident that there is no place like Stanford visiting Miss Stella J. Walker Lincoln county. Miss Stella Ray and Addie Sullises Mrs. Amanda Harris, an aged lady, were attractive guests of Miss Bessie passed away at her room un Lancaster Layton. street Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock Miss Minnie Pherigo is visiting at after a short illness. Heart trouble is the home of Mr. W. M. Simpson of thought to have caused her iVath as this place. she had only been ill since Thursday. Mrs. Mike Forbes and children are She leaves one brother Mr. Lee in Stanford the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rainey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter enter Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray and little tained the class of 1914 on last Wed daughter, visited his parents, Mr and nesday evening at a six o'clock course Mrs. E. B. Ray. dinner. Covers wer laid for ei?ht. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill of Point The members of this class are, Mrs. Harry Carter, Misses Josephine Car- Leavell were recent guests of Mr. and penter, Marion Grimes, Elizabeth Mat Mrs. Dave Long Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner are in heny, Messrs Spalding Hill, William Richmond visiting the laters parents, Grimes and Robert Cartel. Mr. and Mrs" Joe Ross. The Alumni Banquet whichwas given Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill and Mrs. by the Alumni of the Stanford High school on last Friday evening, was one Rolinda Hilt were recent visitors of of the greatest social events to take Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill. Mr. Robert Gulley and family enterplacb in this city in a number of years. Prof. J W. Ireland, who for years was tained Rev. J. A. Canary of Lexingsuperintendent of the High School and ton Saturday nicht ard Sunday. was when most of the Alumni complet ed their course in this school, was toastmaster of the evening and prove 1 Bick beailache, biliousness, piles, and an ellicient one. It seemed to fill the bvl breath are usually causal by mao-tiall with joy when Prof. Ireland hearts of bowel. Get a box of lUxali el. his address of the Orderlies. They acfgently and arose and began Soil only by ua as 10 coils. who wm evening. James Cooper, R. E. McRabarts president of the Alumni Club, gave tho ra eflec-tir- from Mt. Sterling, where she has been the guest of Mrs. G. C. Anderson. Little Miss Bernice May Reynolds is the guest of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Smith at Maysville. Mrs. Mildred Beazley has returned to her home in Lancaster after spend ing several days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne of Lan caster, were the guests of their daughter. Mrs W. K. Warner here Sunday.fJ Judge W. T. Richardson and daugh ter. Miss Gertrude Richardson, of Junction City, were here Wednesday. Miss Lucy Lee Walton left Friday morning for Nashville, where she will visit relatives and friends for several weeks. Mrs. J. H. Shanks and Miss Mary Shepherd Cook are the guests of their uncle, S. M. Owens and family at Mc- Henney. Mrs. M. B. Beazley, of Lancaster, has returned home after a visit to her son, Mr. J. L. Beazley and daughter, Mrs. Will Hays. Mrs. W. A. Tnbble, J. C. Pickett, Miss Dorothy Tribbie and Sudie Lee are spending a week or so at the Crab Orchard Springs. Robert Coffey, who has a position in Youngstown. Ohio, is here for a two weeks visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey. Mrs. W. II. O'Banon has returned home from Lancaster after a visit to Mrs. W. T. We..t. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill are in Cin cinnati the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruning. Mr. Gabe S. Gaines of Muskogee Okla. is the guest of his aged mother, Mrs. Mary Gaines. Miss Margarite Warren spent Thurs day In Lancaster the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefee of Knox- ville, who have been the guests of his father, have returned home. Mrs. W. A. Carson and little daugh ter, Annelle, have returned after a visit to relatives at Lancaster. Miss Elizabeth Hum. who has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. H. C. LcCompte at Franksort has returned home. Miss Nancy Yager has returned home White. Fred Sutton, of Bryantsville were visitors Sunday. Mesdames Wm. Ranke and Christ Weyler were visiting Mrs. Mason Holtzclaw. Mr. Arch Sprinkles and wife of near Shelby City visited Mr. and Mrs. F. sister. Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and Mr. L. Thompson. While Mr. Fado Parks was sick Mr. W. E. Jordon ran the former's gasoline grist mill. A good miller is he. Mr. Wm. Pettus and wife, of' West Va., returned home Saturday after a visit to his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Mr. Jones of Poor Ridge pike spent the week end wild Mr. Blade. Best Diarrhoea Remedy. Miss Luta Simpson who has been if you have ever ued Chamberlain's quite sick Is som better at this time. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Miss Maggie Hogg of Danville is you know that it is a success. Sam F. spending two weeki with her father Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had and family. measles and got caught out In the ratn, The Ladles Working Society was enand it settled In my stomach and bowels. I had an awful time, am) had it not tertained to delightful refreshment on Kelly Leen for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera last Thursday afternoon by Mrs. and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not pos- Hogg. Miss Louise S.ielfon and grandmother sibly have lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy, I am now Mary Loyd of Danville were thn well and strong. For sale by all deal- guests of the Misses Royston Saturday night and Sunday. ers. A Juvenile music club will be organized next Saturday afternoon at the PKEACHERSVILLE home of Mrs. Will Scott. Miss ChrisMrs. Tom Gill visited Mrs. Newt tine Moss will conduct the first me-tin- g. Gi'l. The Ladies Working Society will give Miss Nannie Holtzclaw was sick last an ice supper at the residence of D. S. Swope next Wednesday evening July Sunday. Miss Maggie Arnold visited Miss 21. hours from 5 P. M. to 10 P. M. Admission 25 cts. Every one cordially Nora Smith. Invited. Mrs. Fred Dyehouse visited Mrs. Miss Susan Sutton was hostess at Snmes Doehouse. dinner to the following guests last SatMr. and Mrs. Henry Hunsford visiturday. Mesdames Ben Hughes and ed John B. Anderson. John Holtzclaw and Miss Delia Rice Whooping cough still continues chief Hughes of Lancaster, Mrs. Mary Floyd ailment with the juveniles. and Miss Shelton of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kanke visited Mr. and Mrs. Eu Clark while return Mr. and Mrs. Christ Weyler. ing from Lancaster last Saturday evenHerbert Jones and Charlie Wcoten ing collided with another buggy. The were visiting Howard Holtzclaw. horse shied, upsetting their buggy, Miss Atlie Mae Cummins is visiting throwing the occupants to the ground. There was no damage except Mrs. Miss Ella Thompson near Danville. Mrs. Amanda Merston, of Somerset, Clark" received several alight bruises ard is sore from the fall. visited her Mrs. W. P. Severe Attack Of Colic Cared. welcome address and then turned the crowd over to Mr. Ireland, who In his usual pleajlng manner kept the crowd All In laughter thruout the evening. classes were represented by some member who gave short sketchss of his Prof. classes since their departure. Ireland, who Is held in great reverence by his former pupils was given the name nf "Alma Pater" instead of "Alma Mater" which lJ very appropriate fndeed. The four course supper that was served was elegant ami thoroughly enjoyed bj the seventy five Alumni and their friends. "Chambetlain'a Tablets are entitled to all the praise I can give them," writes Mrs. Richard Olp. Spenrerport, N. Y. They havr cured me of headache Bnd nervousness and restored me to my normal health." For sale by all dealers. MARKSBURY Mr. Mark Bogie has been visiting in A SAFE INVESTMENT FREE FROM STATE, COUNTY AND CITY,TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. PAYING 7 fit urn if JSiru 1103. "4 Berea. C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Monday - March, June, SeptemU'ramI December. UrUivmable as a whole or in rurt, at nny time, at the option of the Cunqxiny at 13 and accrued dividend. CAPITALIZATION'. $1,300,000 $1,300,000 1,437,000 2.800,000 Important features regardim; the business of this Company and tlits iiwuc of stock may Ik? suniinariel lirielly as follows: 1. ThU stock h a trul Investment for trust funds in the State of Kentucky. 2. Th. company has no Ikw1I or mortgage indebtedness. I!. This ousine.v4 was established in 1S77 by 0. C. Mengel and C. U. Mengel, and incorxratod in UMKI as C C. Mengel & Hro. Co., under the laws irf the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously succoWul during the whole twriod of IIS years. I. Tiw business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany Lumlwraml Vercors, anil it is the largest iniorterof Mahojjnny in the United States: its proportion of the entire imiwrtation in 101 1 be7 CumulatWi Common Stoea Stoc' UU1. Hirc- Ullll. legal proceedings for the issue of the nlve I'rcerrcd Stock have been issed upon by Judge Ales. P. Humphrey, and Archibald II. Young, Esq., of Louisville. Pr.'.rr.J Authority J Ovtatandlnis T ing 1S; 1012, r. The 2J; 11; PRICE SlOO PER SHARE. .Virue! Dn.J iJst .K A.llcd. JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. ALMSTEOT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. WAKEFIELD a CO. JOHN W. a D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE. KY. Special circular giving complete details of the above indue of Preferred Stock may bo obtained, and jayment for the stock may bemads E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely ill with colic. At the first store he came to the merchant Colic, recommended Chamberlain's Two Cholera and Diarrroea Remedy. doses of it cured him. No one should leave home on a journey without a bottle of this preparation. For sale by all at the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. LANCASTKIt, I KENTUCKY. dealers. Pettus. Rev. Wright was here last week and visited Rev. R. H. Baird and preached at the M. E. church on Saturday night and Sunday. The Baptist S. S. picnic was a success. Large crowd present and plenty to eat. Talks by Rev, Owens, Prof, Hntchins and Mr. Denny. Mr. J. H. Thompson contemplates erecting a new residence in the new future. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and wife wer in Mt. Vernon to inspect some new residences and were consulting with a prominent contractor while there. Ccred of ladijestioa. Mrs. Sadie P. CUwson, Indiana, Pa., BUENA VISTA Mrs. Bessie I son of Cincinnati is the guest of S. N. I son. Mrs. G. W. Clark was a recent visitor in Lexington. Mr. B. M. Waltnn made a business trip to Louisville last week, Mr. Will Scott was in Danville and Lancaster on business Monday. Mr. R, P. Won and family of Wilmore visitors of relatives were week-enItella Misses Lucy Jennings and Ruble visited in Lancaster last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lethrs of Danville aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duncan Miss Mary Owslev of Lancaster is visiting her grandmother Mrs. M. A. d "I drink 4 Mrs. J. Ralph Scott of Versailles spent the week's end with Mrs. Bettie Ruble and family. Misses Martha Merrick of Danville and Lena Proctor of Burgin were guests of Mrs. Will Scott pirt of this week. Miss Louisa Napier of Beattyville and Mrs. Nora Behymer of Booneville are guests of Prof, and Mrs. I. D. Hacker, Hamilton. Mr. and its so delightfully stimulating" than good, more than delicious. BRYANTSVILLE Miss Elizabeth Bryant is the guest of relatives at Richmond. Dr. B. A. Dawes of Georgetown, was here last week on business. Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose were in PARFAY is more Lexington recently for a short stay. Mrs. G. B. Rose was called to Monday by the illness of hr sister. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and Mr. er Fred Sutton spent Sunday at Crab Orchard. Mrs. G. T. Ballard, of Lancaster spent Saturday with her sister, Mre-Haselden. A charming little daughter arrived Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley De.ine. Mrs. Margaret Sparks of Nicholas-vill. It is so stimulating". Wholesomely and agreeably so ! There's a "kick" to e, H. Dunn, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. Glass. The worn on the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. liojan Ballard is nearly completed and they hope to be able to move Into their elegant new home next week. Mr. J. 3. Skinner has purchased u handsome new Overland roadster. The car was delivered list week and Mr. Skincer willuoon be an expert at tha steering wheel. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard spent several days at Lexington last week the guest of Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk at her Misa country home "Spring-Dale- ", Marguerite Woolfolk who had been visiting relatives here accompanied her home. " Williams nnd children, Mrs J. Jack and Helen, and Mrs. Frank Campbell, and Miss Evelyn Campbell, of Louisville, guests of Mm. Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. J. that lifts your mind and body out of the rut of the day's hard work and makes you better able to meet and conquer the probl ems that arise. PARFAY'S richness, PAR-FAY'- S smoothness - all these will attract you to PARFAY as you have never been to another soft drink. But the thing that will really turn you to PARFAY for all time to come is its gentle and delightful stimulation. PARFAY'S flavor, it, a "come-back- " Try it TODAY EXCLUSIVE e. Everywhere Lancaster Bottling Works DISTRIBUTORS IHere-.Ther- Everywftenebi returned Tuesday after apendieg eral days with their slater, Mrs. sevGrin-tead M. RxintsJR? or Bottled. at Semeriet A 'he Central Record, Thursday July 15, 1915 THE RUTHERFORD GREATER At Blue Grass Tho track la under the tnaiuure. Inelde Hlttory of Dlteovery. Inent of the worlil'd ureal en t durc-iler- ll Nearly fitf-rgreat illacovcrcr owe .Mr, J. Hwnn. rider, certain amount of gratitude to a na The Athletic Hhow featuring Paul tive who wan Abp to lend him to the llowaer and Corn Mvlnuiitoii la well place he waa dlaeoverlng. kiiimn llirouiihoiit the entire coutitry nml iid n hlvh thiH iittruetlon, Mr. Wcrtfi Pertrhtr!ns. IhiWHT lieliiK tin; wellerwetKht ehnui-ploi- i It yoa want to gtt n man'r krencat w realtor ot the woliit Hint .Mint UvIiiiMuii he I nc Ihu thutiiiluu hilly jsttrntlon. talk tp him nhout romethlng ' In m! or drink, tt It la one of i: o dear wrenller uf the world. yen arr k inning wi-- h you -- iliii iiml ilci; Tnnpi ti.r.t lion) forth , ilrtcre lit the nuueilhe rhow. nlieie Ihe Hew will have to ret your atrnngly concentrated utun babies or daiiti'i uial huliKx lire rhoU. Teil Melr.'a hit,' viietm aide ahuw ot urglcal operatlonr. ciirlotm freilka I rum all parlt of the world la prnctleully leu hIhiwm iu o:,e Opinion Plainly Expretitd. mid It wry eiiteilnlnluK niid Hiuualni; The rehearml hud not gone at nil for Ixilh youiik' ami old. l'ntllton'M llle t'lly, with lit hiiLilredi lo pleane the tinge director, who, at crltl-cite- d ot little tnillllkltla III lletllul lll illiill, la Us clone, reverely and unjuatly the lending man. In conclusion another iittraetlou that nil ahotild euv. The Trip to .Mart It ntiotlivT Luw he nld: "Say, do you think t have tliat ahoilld not he mlt'aed. Thll feu-lur- e heen a Mage director for fifteen years It the minleM lauu'li prialucer that for nothing?" "I can not ay na to that," nnswerrd tho actor auavely, hut eier hei'ii exhlhlteil hy any orpin-IraitloThe Trip to Mam take you "but If you haven't, you hare cheated to cloiida mid luliitilly drops you the management." what J on think to lie l.inio feet, hut It It iihtoliitely harmlett. Ily all meant Cansda'a Flrtt Province. don't full to pay It u vlalt. The province of Ontario la fortulleauty mid the l'.eal. the llliltlou nate In the abundance and variety of ahow, It on Ihe onler of the great Keh Ita natural rerourcea aa well aa In Inr, Thuralou mid olhert. the larlety of Its principal products. Then eon.it t'uriiu nnd hl den of liv- Though aecond In area to Quebec ing reptllet. In iiddillou tu the-- e there among the provinces of the dominion, It the lirmul new lllioii earroiiM'l of the. Ontario easily ranks first tn agriculIutet tH'. three iihniift. which hu tural, manufacturing and mining prodthe dltliietloii of la'lng Ihe largett mid ucts and second tn the lumber Inmot finely vurteil liiaehUie of In kind dustry. In the world, hilling n eurrylug eapnvl. ty of lllamt 'iMl. Ijmt hut not leutt It the I'errlt America's Treasure. t, Wheel, iiimiuged hy Mr. X lC. The treasury of America lies In h whli to nUnit nu feet those ambitions, those energies, that In the air. It It one of the largett of cannot be restricted to a special favIts kind In the world. There uru two ored class. It depends upon the Inhlg free ntlraetloiit, uiuale hy Pro ventions ot unknown men, upon the festor .Miilraiuliil and hit lloyul Hal. originations of unknown men. Every lull Hand of tHeiilj Ihe phfi.t. In country' Is renewed out of the ranks eoujuuetliiii with thlt there It n hlg of the unknown, not out of tho ranks feveiily man Imnd Iternt lirgiiu mid ' of those already famous and powerful Mr. U I'ote'a Cteetrleul Air Calliope. and In control. Woodrow Wilson. Unn. pn.QTPn pr;ww mm Page 7 - k t SHOWS Fair, Lexington, i To buy every mule that will do 1 to 16 hands for army use, high, five to 10 years old, weigh 15-- Week of Aug. 2 to 7. FIFTEEN BIG ATTRACTIONS. The undersigned hereby g've warn- I n rr Ia alt n,TCin. nn. tr .. n vur mnut lur Buy purpae wnaxever lis we w'll proM-u- te a )"Vei ders to ful Ist extent of thi law. Hunter- - ,,id Fishermen especially take notice Ed & N II Price R, . K km W. It. Cook. Mrs. Kehecca .1. We-- t. II. C. Arnold. James G. Corn. J. C. Morcata, J. I'. IHand. .1. H. nnd W. S. Weaver We will mid other names for Sfieenti CARDS. OFFICE Dr. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. 0f ee Phone DO ltrsuler.ee KY. I'hone 41 cash. LANCASTEI!, to 1200 pounds., want good, sound rugged mules. . 1000 GENTRY-THOMA- S Larg.tt and & FLETCHER LEXINGTON, KY. MANN, Mott Complete Amusement Enterprise In the World Two Dig Bande Furnish Mutlc Li Rote Electric Fountain a Marvel ot Beauty and Color Wild Weil Features, Old Time Minstrel, and Trip to Mara Features of the Shows. Uanlj llichmor.d, Court Days. t 1st. Monday, Tin" Itutlierriinl "i eater Show which will - nt tin- - lllnu !rii Kulr lit l.ex- luptitii for the entire week of Auk. --' to 7, I' 'me of ihi' lurm-n- t mill iimt com-plete iimtlM'ineiit eiileriirlM In Hut world, eiirrjlnir tlftien iillmillnm. In. clti'Ilnir two 1,1' PiiiiiN mill an lniKirted llenil organ. Id- - free in I". ete. TliU hireo li lileil onriiiiiiitloii iiiivcIn (ill It on ii Iniln of twenty cm it, hating nil Km own wiiKniit unit horo. nnd It I'liii'lipjH nlxiiit IVY) people fur IIh turl-o- n ' tin Iji INe Tlih l Hie only irtuhlo foimtiilii In the world niid lias the illi tllictlnli "f l'liiK the only public nltriirtlnn eer nit' wed to tdiow In the hnu). In fulled Htutc Ky. Tlr Met trie I'olllitiiln of lire, wnler mill eWtrHty nnd ' Paris, 1st. Monday. Frapkfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monds;. I.awrcnceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. W. Morrow, COlaiie. ritter, E.lul.cllon nnaranleed Graduate Optician ' Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. attract Inn. I mi Thn fenliire show :i ( i:ieetrl H. rlit in I.oii-tlll- J. PATRICK, Dentist. Zontuck7 on-s- liumiin life, alum Inst rffeet of every inlor of the liilmw. water n hundred feet In lln;lr aiiltlnc forth mid forming In (oloiumile ami pyramid nnd, In the enter of till thK TliN l nil worked tlfnt lltlnc Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good Paint Lick, llll I III I llll II llll I llll An average cost of two cents a mile provides for operating mid maintaining n Ford cnr And "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" us- sures the continnoiis use of your cnr. In every contingency there's n Ford de'iler nenr of parts. liy. witli n complete stiK-k II II III II I I I I I Hill I I llll I nil f Barring the unforeseen, each Imyrr of a new Ford cur lit retail between August 1914 and August ( i'j!r' wi" rrrrive frm " a,"rr f tie Kuril Motor Company'! profits. " mil Runabout f 440; Touring Car $90; llll I llll CoUwle equipment. $; Town Car HVMI; Sedan 1975. f. o. o. Hetroit with all On difplay and sale at I I J ' II II THE MADISON ISl OKI)KTKH GARAGE, I llll III Richmond. Kentucky. super) IIoii of Mr. ' tiiHirite I. ii lto"e. the Imeutur, nnd It liholulely the lnot lusintlful of all elect rloiil wonder. The Wild Vet Show fenlurei M Jull.iu Allen and her SlIi.lnHI ilaneln-homTeiMy. TeMy l iiierh In the nrt of rlillin: nnd ihineln.: nnd l the irretel of trli k li.ir-- . U Iiil the nenreKt tn human IntelllL-- i nee eier wp. need In mi animal There are nN hiiiklui: liroiii'lnM ridden In n daring manner hy enwlwij nnd cowgirl, n ' In etery other Wild Wet kIiow. The lliM-llrotlieri' Afrleiimlers It n revlvnl of the old time wliired inlnntrel, nin h t hut not heen for yenrt. It It n ireani from Miirt to tllllli of ueiiulne down outh darklet. I lie Arrlennilcrs iMinirt ami il.mi et lme their own IhiiiiI mid onhettra. A lieu ilearture hut Uvn Hindu thlt jenr In Ihe Aiitiilrnnie. Ilerelofure inn torcyelet mill hate u,tl on the Miuier thiiitd Iniekt. hut thlt Benton a l ii ll li hirser illoiue It uted mid nil nutomohlle It drlten lit ntiniitt the tHid of ii euiiuiiu hall. 1KI mllet an hour, racing with the demon motor eyelet. Mitt Maud .Smith hat the linn or of drtvlmr n !rund inolorriir nnd N the only lady driver In the world having the nerve ! uirtlilale In this thrllllni; exIilhMlnu. The tr.uk Is Iiullt decreet, nt llll nnn'e of NeM'iity-elL'lit nil timet lie iiml the teel iiiufrom !l 'o loo mllet mi hour nt they under the e, - ie. , DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day nnd night. SCHOOL Big GARDEN PRODUCTS. w ' Premium Offered For Best and ' i Most Attractive Exhibit. A mi eueuiinigvmeiit lo the school uf the lllue Cnitt to engage In home xiat tehiHiI gardening Mr. - I. Hat-gi-n, prealdeut of the lllue (Sriitt l'alr ' offera this year a premium of J.'.0 to the public school that will' make the t mid mott nttractlru exi hibit, The nttoriutlku mid Mr. Ilugglu are glad lo do thlt doth of .the educational and eeoiinmle value to the pupllt who engage In home mid chool gardening nnd uNo lieeaiio of lis aim mid ir"Ki' to promote agricu1tiir.il pun-ul- t In eiery way ittble. A silver eup It uNo olTeritl, which mutt lie won two suerettlve yeara by the same school to become a permanent jaittpt-alon- . A Solar Plexus. "Your apartment, sir," said the cynical fiathunter to the stupid Janitor with a cold In his head, "Is not at all what you advertise It to be, but, as for yourself, I cheerfully admit that you live up to the specifications, for you are the finest specimen of a large, rheumy fiat I have ever encountered." Whereupon he sped out Into the cold world, leaving the janitor a prey to morose reflections. taste and 4at once creates a favorable 'impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. John 31. Casey, D. V. I. T HE Veterinary Surgeon. -t prMe.tlcal.'y df Ihe Inn a of lthvIUi Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Tide Affects Artesian Wells. The effect of the tide on artesian College. wells Is unusually pronounced In tha Ollice at W. B. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Philippine Islands, and particularly In Night Phone 211. A well lothe Ilatangas province. cated at Ilauan, :?8 feet In depth, and flowing f0 gallons a minute at a height of IS Inches above the earth's surface at low tide, at high tide flows 250 gallons to the minute, indicating an of Itith The exhibit mutt eon-Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. mid flowert which have been Increase of 400 per cent over the flow FUNERAL DIRECTOR prudmed entirely by the pupllt. Hie at low tide. Arrive. OfHce Over National Bank. pupllt of a tnsle nehool combining for No 10; 5:00 a. m. yarh exhibit. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Ih- - secureil Do Not Grips Space for exhibit i mutt connecting at Richmond LANCASTER. KY. We hare a pleasant laxative thai will To Maysville, nnd liot later than Monday. July with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; lie In plnee not Inter; do usi whai you vast it to do. the exhibit mutt at Winchester with C & O to Lexingthan .Monday. Aug. ', nt 12 o'clock ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling- & loon. For All Kinds of We sell thousands of them and ws Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. It it hoped that every school In the 'bare never seen a better remedy for the Hue Crust IU take advantage of thlt bowels. Sold only by lu, 1 0 cents. No 71; 6:35 a. m. leimrnut premium nnd enter tae com ROUGH R. E. McRoberti ett Rowland & Stanford connecting To Sz N to all points South at Rowland, L Central Record. L. & N. J. A. Beazlev ' - LUMBER. CORTRIGHX TfTrrn .METAL SHINGLES SADDLE HORSES AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR, LEXINGTON, KY AUG. 2-- 7 No 2; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Reattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. see G. C. COX. Manse.Ky Phone 229. Am :4eahaX W Mi Hi H navrneedrepairs, are incxpen- sjtv. ocauruu fast Office Hours if ana srormproor. WelddiV, havelo worry TAcviworifVeak. burn..cur 1 crack liKe. 'slate. No 27; 2:09 p. m. K. Denny aid W. A. Wheeler To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to K!iznbthtown & Bowling Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Green, and at Rardstnwn Junction to Office : Stormen Bntldlngovei Hart A kn&vt Rardstown & SpringfielJ. son's urnlinre ritore. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. L For Sal by Local Contractors or Cortrighi Metal Roofing Co., North 23rd St., Philadelphia. 50' aaaBBBBaf .SSBBBBBBBaH Sk&J JaBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBT" SaBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaPsr JLbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbK'LbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS "K r 'HRVrPtleBsV f.'LBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT'iT LbBBW '."iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbB' lair LBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKsljr PB Veterinary Surgeon Southern Rail Road. Office and Dentist.Stable. at Raineys Livery Lancaster, Kentucky Danville, Ky. --North-boun- Time Table. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, No. 10 Cincinnati Express, daQy 4:30 a.m. Spe- HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Cla- ss THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Ne. 4 Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. JENNY. President J. K. T E. STOKMES. :wmiv. Asa't Caihler. Vice I'rea't. S. C. DKNNY. Cashier. r. J. U GlU.. 6:03 cial, daily No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...0:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily No. 0 Local Express, daily 1:35 No. Limited, 5:20 daily No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-bona- a.m, a.m. Monuments. Original Designs nnd Prompt Sera.m vice. Guaranteed Quality. Conp.m. nections at all Granite nnd Marble Ollice and Works on p.m. Quarries. p.m. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164. N. 5 11 1 Safety Samual Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. Locn daily 1 Express, 11:05 a.m. daily-ll- O Stanford, Kentucky. No, No. Royal Palm, a.m. SOLICIT YOUlt UUSINESS. I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. H. I'osey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. i New Orleans Lim11:35 a.m. ited, daily Special, No. 13 Carolina 10:15 p.m. daily No. 3 Spe- STRAWBERRY ki t ruuiiry Ktuacrai noiicei n ai aa . 1 Via an lmorliint feature ut Lexington this year. .Outatuudlug lu Importunco among the features of the lllue Crass Kulr will be the Kentucky Make, guaranteed f300, to be divided iuto SAI'Dl.l.' entrliw. representing a II of the best breeder In ventral KenThis Make closed with tucky, nnd wan Inaugurated this year by the Kulr Aaavelatlon and thostuke guaranteeil by the management. r olils and aged classes should make this year's program the moi--t nttruc-tiv- e Addltlonu slakes for yeurllngs, ever seen nt n fair for nubile horseN. us Nilb three mid live gnltitl rlaaaiw nre prnvlditl for. horses will Im forty-three two-yea- No. 9 11:52 p.m. cial, dally No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. offering of the remarkable For rates, routes and Information Our first or address M. J. Coughlin, call upon Mammouth Potato agent; 'phone 340. Florida cial, daily Spe- 11:35 p.m. PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees Pearl Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, mill Aa uqoiim uiarrnoea ana an uiseases 01 rounry 10 cun, xo rir BuiVtewa. Kt..yni "Om JtoD J Km 4. MM! Jraeed &m dx IJIJ euS ckUk iMUulf. lliitUbt.1 utimM I U ni nwd. chktiiUl. Ike won uJ nWt Ky. Frkt itk t ill Drtuu. Nig. aid Cairiitccd ky J. Rett Crime, Evbt.vn. , solo av 11 The Central Record , .. k. 4 U $1.00.Per Year In Advance. Kentucky. R. E. McRobcrts, Drujjjjist, Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster, .... I.IINHIIWJ!!.!,! Jefferson 'School r Law. Utirult, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and ..u. it. liihMp ci.fnalHt.S, ELLIOTT CASTORIA For Infants and Children Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta, fEWtHAaXR, StCy, kill Ky. In Use For Over 30 Years H.F.Hillenmcyer & Sons, Always bears Slgna'tuxe of WVSwf Lexington, Kentucky. I 41. 191E Page 3 i The Central Record, Thursday July 15 19 15. If Wednesday, Thurs'y, Friday, JULY 21st, 22ad, and 23rd. I I Most Attractive Grounds In Kentucky. Roof Draminm I Villi i it Pvpr Offrerl DON'T MISS THIS FAIR. SJ U 1 I SW V w a - w wa a wa ww WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, SECRETARY. (Advertisement) TO THE ISSUE SQUARELY, SHOULD THE PEOPLE RULE. Hon. 11. V. McChesney is a candidate for Governor of Kentucky on the democratic ticket, with state wide prohibition as the main Issue asking that the democratic principle of tfie right of the people to rule find expression at the ballot box on this question, as with all others. He was solicited by many of the good temperance people to make "the race, because of his clear record as a christian gentleman and' recognized ability to direct matters of state. There should be no confusion as the real nature of .the situation. It Is simply a WET and DRY FIGHT. County Unit in the hands of its friends has served a good purpose and has been a great relief to a major ity of the counties in the state, but now the whiskey interests of Kentucky are making it their battle cry. Seventeen hundred saloons are supporting candidates that are preaching County Unit. The Model License League, the great whiskey organization in like manner. Why such sudden conversion? Are their purposes in harmony with what real temperance people mean by County Unit? If the whiskey interests can use County Unit at a battle cry anddeceive enough people to get their men elected then they will do two things, make County Unit ineffective and pass such laws as will repeal every statute sup porting the cause of righteous temper ance. ' not let the press at homu or 't abroad mislead you by their fear of State-widThe majority of the people in Tenneesee are rejoicing and 'happy over tnt present situation, the "san.e is true in West Virginia. If you would know the facts ask some repre sentative Christian gentleman of either state and cease to depend upon a liquorized press of any state. Some of the opponents of Mr. are much afraid of the burden "V of taxation and accept the old the jiquor trstliic as argument. They would also try to show how much they fear "General Haley," Do t state-ment- should a man he endorses become Governor, when the fact is he is not on the aide of the question to suit them. The whole thing resolves itself Into this, whtcn candidate stands fur right, and which for wrong. Be careful and ' jjdrcTde before you make a inlstak'e. Paper Say, I. J- .lit "SS. ..1.1 MiaiQCratlc' State - - 1 1 primary ia rf.lr6fitfS liu ANNOYING AND DISGUSTING. There is but one possible way get last ten days, the contest for the nomiCynthiana Democrat Monday night nation for Governor Is just beginning liquor out of Kentucky. at the Chautauqua a number of grown to enter in most interesting stage. Pro- people who should have had more Those Now Opposed to e With things as mixed as they are, no sense persisted in having social chats, hibition in Kentucky. one can prophesy safely what will hapFirst, those who are directly or in- much to the annoyance and disgust of pen next, but there is no doubt of what all within the sound of their voices has been happening during the last ten directly interested financially in the who wanted to enjoy the program, liquor traffic. Second, some political days. Both Mr. McChesney and Mr. There is excuse for children and ba McDermott have gained ground rapidly, ambitions by playing to the liquor in- bies disturbing other people, for they who have not yet while Mr. Stanley has fallen back in terests. Third, those t expected to know better; but the same ratio. The McChesney and caught a vision of the larger moral, there is no excuse for a grown-uthe AIcDermott men differ as to which economic and governmental possibilities Those who cannot be silent for an hour of these candidates has made the most of the people under Prohibition. or two ought to stay at home. progress, but even the Stanley sup- Is the Issne of e Prohibition porters admit that their candidate is Naturally a Divisive Factor? not nearly so strong as he appealed to No. Some newspapers, however, THE DEMOCRATIC be July 1. If the drift continues Mr. suggest that this issue is calculated to Stanley may be, to all practical purCANDIDATES. poses, out of the race by the end of breed dissension in the political parties. It is not the man who is for the subthe month. Following is a complete list of the Prohibition that candidates for Democratic nominations The first blow to Mr. Stanley's cause mission of state-wid- e came in Newport and Covington, a sec brings dissension; it is the man wno is for state office in Kentucky; tion of the State that had been claimed i '"KK'nK behind and.standing for a dead FOK GOVERNOR. The American Issue, as "solid for Stanley". Those two Democrats E. J. McDermott. LouAdvertisement. cities did vote solidly for Stanley last' isville; H. M. Bosworth, Eayette counyear, but Mr. McDermott s recentvisit ty; H. V. McChesney, Frankfort; A. O. developed the fact that the Stanley Stanley, Henderson. organization has collapsed in Newport, , and is tottering in Covington. Mr. THE FAMOUS OLD FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. McDermott has also gained important Democrats James D. Black. strength in Central Kentucky, and CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS James P. Edwards, Louis much of this has come directly from ville; W. A. Bvron. Brooksville: Lovthe Stanley vote while the effort to ing W. Gaines. Trenton. perfect a Stanley organization in Louis- Delightful Resort the Mecca for Large FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. ville has seemingly failed. and Happy Crowd of Guest Who Democrats-Barksd- ale Hamlett, Hop. At the same time reports from both kinsville; Chas W. Milliken, Louis-villEastern and Western Kentucky tell of Are Having Joying Times in G. B. Likens, Hartford; W. P, a big drift to McChesney, The McDailey Doing. Walton; Lexington; I). E. McQueary, Chesney men have held their campaign Pine Knot; C. D. Arnett, West Liberback to the lasc thirty days of the light. They are now aggressive, energetic Crab Orchard, Ky., July 11 Central ty. and apparently confident, and, as they Kentucky is well represented at Crab FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. increase in confidence, the confidence Orchard, and all diversions known to Democrats-- M. Mc Logan, Brownsof the supporters of Mr. Stanley dimin- modern society are being indulged in. ville, Louisville I'ost. There are morning fishing and hunt ishes. ing and trotting parties, afternoon FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACSome Prohibition And Whisky Pointers. bridge and five hundred "seat" games COUNTS. Democrats Thomas S. Rhea, Uus, The Only Remedy For the Lawless Liquor and nightly dances. An excellent orchestra, composed of aellville; Robert L. Greene, Frankfort; Traffic Sidney Freeman, violinist, of Lexing II. II. Colver, Richmond. A free unrestricted liquor traflic or ton; E. A. Babbage, cornist, of Pine. FOR STATE TREASURER. no liquor truffle at all, for so long as ville, a student at State University; Democrats -- S li er m u n Goodpaster, Miss Elizabeth Andrews, pianist, of there is a liquor traffic it will violate every law enacted to restrict it. It Flemingsburg. anu Speed Ktndrick-so- Owingsville; Claude B. Terrell. Bed drummer, of Pineville, furnishes ford; Frank P. Hager, Paintsville. must be no liquor traflic or no law. the music. FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF Why Temperance People of Kentucky Two Bluegrass men are acting as APPEALS. clerks, seeing after the comfort of the This Year Adrance Froa the County Democrats -- Rodmail W, Keenon, guests. Albert Severance, of Stan Unit Law to Submission of ford, brother of Rev. Joseph Sever- Harrodsburg; Alvln 3tger, Owenton; ance, of Frankfort, and'Josh Hill, man- E. E. Lawrence, Ashland. For the same reason that in other ager of the baseball team and athlete, FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. years they advanced from the precinct of Georgetown College 1915. Much attention is being attracted to unit to the countv unit, and later from Democrat V. 0. Gilbert, Bowling the modified county unit to the uniform Percy Chambers, of lindon, who Green; R, 3. Eubank, Lexington. county unit. ltA.th,pIii udUpjrlt of though stone blind, plays cards with FOR COMMISSIONER OWAGRICUL- the rapidity of a veteran. TuKE. The red cards are distinguished from Democxats-M- att the black by a mark and bv touching lie sentiment will sustain tbVadvance, 8. Cohen, Lexmg- aeh be knows Immediately a spade ton; II. M. From art Qhont; R. ' D, How Can We Cef the QttM frau a' lieart Thoniiury, Lebanon, State-Widare-oaSlate-Widn, Stile-Wid- e. keen-eye- now just four weeks off, but, judging by the changes that have marked the Out of Kenlncky Politics? SEVERANCE OF DIPLOMATIC SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION RELATIONS FORECAST BY REPLY. SAYS McCTO While characteristically conservative in utterance Gov. McCieary when ask ed for an expression in regard to the most recent German note indicated his opinion that a rupture of diplomatic relations is Imminent. He said: "The reply ot the German Government to the last note of President Wilson does not seem to be satisfactory, but I believe the President will be equal to the de mands of the situation. I am not wil ling at the present time to make de clarations or suggestions as to his duty. CINCINNATI and RETURN Sunday. July 18th ROtJND TRIP $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY SrJS A. M. Atk Ticket Agent for Particulars II. G. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent East Main St., Leilngton, Ky. The outlook, however, indicates that the President may have to consider th important subject ot severingdiplomatic relations between the Uritedatatesand Germany." ORGANIZED W8S3. hare told us the same story distress . alter eating, gases, heartburn. A T-t-.- l- 'Yes Many People e Citizens National m OF LANCASTEK. KY. Bank Vice Prest. r. Capital $50,000. B. K. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WAI.KEK. President, before and after each meal will rtlisrs) you. .Sold only by us 25c. Ft. I W. 0. P.igney. Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, W. K. CHAMP. Cashier. Jr., E. McRobsrts I STOP AT OUR is the very backbone of everv successful business. We regard your co factor in our success. We hope you speak a good word for us If we give you good service. If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It ts our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot- - operation as GARAGE ' When in Good Danville WANTED Army Horses and Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see tnem. A Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. Everything irj Automobile Accessories. Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & 1 SHACKELFORD. 'Second Street. Phone 12ft.1 ' ' .i - WilB. BsirtaE, r- Danville, Ky. J&ttt&ster,. -- . - Kentucky;. .