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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 22, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915072201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 22, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PURE nELWlOb; VN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY ENTRAL RECORD. AND OQOD (fOVERSMENl. NUMBkR 16. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 22. 1915. jr w- - Don't You Know It will make us feel mighty g cheaper. You getting fit of same. good for you to come in and pay your account. This will enable us to buy goods bene- Wc arc giving you close prices on I HARDWARE, BUILDERSWARE ETC. 1 IMPLEMENTS, GONN BROTHERS. EE 3G B LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 9 ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at en. Ul for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks vyn, E IE ni 1 r OF Bleached So, Flour. says the head of Food and Drug Department. Read It in the county papers. The only flour sold in this territory, not Bleached or clended is Glen Lily. The Purest and the Best, buy it because we do not try to deceive you in Garrard .ltji-ii-ii-.- .-. Milling ll' HE Co. nil ii n Usual ImraJ im n ,rar3riTraJlirarirlmrUmrviiMrlrJliBraJ I- III I- I- --Til ll STUKmiiS jj MUli For Hifi! Grmle STUK1. and Oils. Leads, House Paints Fine Finishing Varnishes. Beautiful Beaver Board. Classy In and out Floor Paints. 1 Contractors and Dealers 1 Pi We carry every thing In the builder's line suclijas 0 m Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Windows, Column Moulding, M p. Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crushed Stone, Sand, Lime, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. Houses for; rent and sale. A.H.Bastin&Son with 116 entries of the best Horses in the United States. Their running races will be closed on July the 27th, and they are expecting not less than CO entries in the running race, which is to be a daily event at the fair. They are giving a $250.00 saddle stake, which will be shown on the 2nd day of the fair, they are also giving liberal harness, combined, colt stakes. Music will be given by a famous band of 15 pieces. They have secured cheap rates from the various Railroads that run into that city. In fact, they have one of the "LIFES SHOP WINDOW" greatest programs that was ever in The Gurnee Amusement Co,, lease's Ky,, and beyond question, the greatest of the Romans Opera House, has se- that will be seen at any of the fairs 0, cured for its patrons, the exclusive this year, for m rights Film the exhibition of the tamous ROBERT CROUCH KILLED feature, which they will Fox show each Thursday night. The man By Woman At Danville. agement is to be congratulated upon n securing the productions of this Robert Crouch was shot and instantly s company and he killed at Danville Sunday afternoon by and assures that only the best of their pro Mrs. Hattie Henson, wife of Robert ductions will be shown. Tonight, thtj Henson. The tragedy occurred on the f present a five reel drama by this pavement in front of the Henson home company, entitled, "Lifes Shop Win on Second street. Mrs. Henson had dow," featuring the beautiful actress, been away from home and had left Claire Whitney, Every beholder of several doys fastened up. They howled fS this masterpiece of plcturization will so much that neighbors were unable to be charmed by the appealing story sleep. Crouch and other neighbors if and compellant drama of Victoria remonstrated with Mrs. Henson, the Cross' greatest and most famous outcome being ttw death of Crouch, book. Other pictures for Thursday Crouch was about forty-fiv- e years old nights are "A Fool There Was." and Mrs. Henson about fifty. Mrs. See the first Henson was arretted and placed in jail, 'The Idler," etc. exhibit of feature by this Co. in this Her examining trial will be held Satur city tonight Tbey are sure to plcaso day. In the meantime she I out on a you. i,uw uonu. high-clas- Read elsewhere In this issue, Lieut ING CROWDS. Governor, Dermntt'a announcement Division No. 1 of the C. W. It. M. to speak atttoman'i Opera Hnuc, j Mr. Emmett Martin, a comedian who will serve lunch In the park, to the Monday July 26th at 1 :30 p. m. is playing this week at the Opera House Court Day Crowd, July 2fith., coffee, next Is drawing good crowds and gaining sandwiches, plea and etc. much applause by his songs, dances MT. VERNON FAIR. Awnv linck vonder in the dawn of and comic monologues. Go to hear him Mr. Vernon, the "North Gate to the creation i man'i wardrobe consisted consisted of a Ul' lenf and a ftleasatlt Cumberland," located on Uoone Way, LANCASTER GIRLS smile, we have added to our wardrobe the first officially located highway across the state of Kentucky, as well and leftoir the smile. as being on East Dixie Highway, will WIN IN CONTEST. The Head of food and Drug Depart hold its annual fair on August A, C and In the Interior Journal Contest which ment at Lexington has sent out warn 6. Attend and meet the Doone Way has just been decided, Miss Stella Ing to nil mills who bleach Hour, to so boosters and other Comlev and Miss Florence Dawes were brand at the law requires It. We wish among the winners In District No. 2, to say if you will try Glen Lily you THEM'S OUR SENTIMENTS. and as a result will be given a trip to will cetone that Is made without Hleach in The Elizabethtown News says there Mammoth Cave. are but two classes of people who are Congratulations are being showered upon Mr. and Mrs. Stevie Layton over going to vote in the August primary MEETING OF SUNDAY the arrival of a fine boy, who bids fair election those who care more for SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. to follow In the footsteps of his father. prohibition than they do for the Dem who Is u prominent and well thought of ocratic party and those who care more The School of Methods of the Kenfor the Democratic party than they do tucky young farmer, living near Nina. Sunday School Association will for prohibition. The News says It be hold its meeting at Estill Springs for longs to the latter class. p. m. A the week beginning July 24th. All the officers and members of this AssociaPostmaster Ephriam Ilrown has re BASE BALL. tion are urged to attend the meetings. celved notice from the Post OfTlce One of the best ball games of the Special arrangements have been made of a raise in salary of one Colored whereby board and room may1 be obhundrd dollars per annum, bringing his season, of the Lancaster salary to $1700., with an allowance of Eclipse Team, will be played on the tained for the week for ten dollars. local ball park Monday evening, with ilM. lor an assistant. the strong "White Sox" Team from LAST WARNING Louisville. The "White Sox" team is DR. GANFIELD SPEAKS. by far the best in the State and Mgr. TO GERMANY. Dr. V. A. Ganfield, President of Leave)! has been very fortunate to Is the unofficial oninion of th Center College, preached two splendid book this game. It sermons here last Sunday. In the Ilurdett and Emerson will be the bat press that this Government will restate morning he spoke at the Presbyterian teries for the local nine. Go out and without argument its position on the rights of unarmed neutrals to the safe church and In the evening at the union see a real game of Rase Rail. ty of the seas, and that this country services at the school Auditorium. Ills sermonj were full of thought and MISS HARBISON ELECTED. will construe violations of these rights eloquence and while the day was ex as "unfriendly acts" and will refect At a meeting of the city board of th German proposal for the establish tremely hot, he had good audiences at each meeting. education held in Danville last Tuesday ment or a United States passenger evening. Miss Luclle Harbison of that line, using both German and English MAKING GOOD ATTORNEY. city was elected to fill the only vacancy passenger ships, as impracticable. in the city schools, says the Danville Green Clay Walker, of Lancaster. Messenger. Miss Harbison is, beyond formerly editor of the Kecord. was COMMERCIAL CLUB all question, one of the most deserving nere thi week looking after tome le young women in the city. She is a Has Well Attended Meeting At Auditorium gal matters. He sold his paper to take lover of bioks, a student always with up duties of county attorney, to which One of the best and most enthusiastic the view of teaching. She taught In otllce he was elected by a nice mathe county last year and her work was meetings of the Commercial Club, was jority. "Moon" made a good news highly We believe the the open session at the school Audsatisfactory. paper man and is delivering the goods selection Some of Miss Harbison is a wise itorial last Thursday night. equally as well in his new station. one, and that she will be true to the splendid talks were made by men who UMivllle .Messenger. trust imposed on her. Miss Harbison's know and each was greeted with apfather, who died several yeata ago, is plause. The speakers were all memMEETING OF PROGRESSIVES. well remembered by fnenda in this bers of the Chamber ot Commerce of The Garrard County Progressives city, when Jie taught school here in the Lexington and were guests ot the Com They He was known mercial Club while in the city. met herv Saturday, but as there were old brick seminary. only eight present, the meeting was and loved by many here, who will be were as follows; Edward A. Quarles, postponed and another meeting called glad to know that his gifted daughter Robert M. Allen, Chas. D. Bohannan, for Monday, July 27th when another will become a teacher and we predict J. P. Jones Mr. Rurch and Mr. attempt will be made to reorganize the for her a bright an? prosperous future. Feathers tone, party in this county. Apparently the MEDICAL SOCIETY. Dull Moose movement has died here as $3.00 FOR A THOUGHT. elsewhere but the Garrard county type Has Good Meeting At Kengarlan Hotel. In the spring a young mans fancy seems to die a little slower than any lightly turns to thoughts uf love, and wher. One of the best meetings ever held in the good old summertime the girl in the county, was that of the Grrrard SERIOUS ACCIDENT AVERTED directs both the man and his fancy to a County Medical Society held at the nearby soda fountain. Just now with Kengarlan Hotel last Thursday after Mrs. It. E. McRoberts and son, John three well established soda fountains narrowly averted a serious accident and a fourth one just opening up, the noon. Several Interesting papers were read, amocg them one by Dr. B. C. when the stearing wheel sf their auto young man rests his arms on the polish Rose, of Bryantsville, on "bandaging" came off weile on their way to Dan- ed table and his head in his hands and and a splendid address by Dr. A. W. ville, and they ran Into the fence near wishes his income was $1S0 a week in- Cain, of Somerset, who is Councilor the Yeager home. Mrs. McRoberts stead of f 10. Harry Ware's place, is The address of for the 8th district. was thrown out and considerably shock- such an infant, as yet, that it hasn't Dr. Cain, on "The Modern Doctor" ed for a short while, 'They were very even been named. That brings us to was highly enjoyed by all present. The fortunate in escaping without injury to the point. Harry wants a name for meeting was well attended and into either of the occupants of the his new place. He proposes to give teresting throughout. machine. $3.00 (not $300.) in soda water for the best name for this place. Each person EVOLUTION OF THE- - SODA is entitled to give three names. Write . BOY SCOUTS RETURN. The Lancaster Hoy Scouta returned them on a slip of paper, hand them in FOUNTAIN IN LANCASTER. Friday from Camp Daniel Boone on the to the Record office. These names It is very doubtful if any one knows Kentucky Itiver. All report a very will be thrown on the screen at enjoyable and instructive time, in spite Roman's Opera House and selected by just exactly when the first soda foun of the ntiny weather which was oc- popular applause or vote. Get in and tain began business in Lancaster. The casioned during the first part of their get $3.00 worth of soda water for a fountain that Llllard & Elkin put in thought. stay. their drug store some years ago would Assistant Scout Master Robert Em hardly be called a fountain in combry had a very narrow escape from parison with the beautiful opes we WINCHESTER FAIR. drowning, and but for the timely ar have in town now, altho even then conThe Clark Co., Fair, which will be siderable efforts was expended in its rival of assistance, would have probabheld in Winchester, July 25. 211, 30 and ly been drowned. embellishment. 31, gives promise pf being the greatest We specialized on strawberry soda fair in the County this year. They water in those days, but it was not ice HARRODSBURG FAIR. closed their race program of three have cream soda. Only a few syrups were In this issue of the Kecord appears trotting and pacing laces each day, used, such as orange, lemon II. u I.' M Tin.!- - .ulll (til I.I. niilnit ' at the Chrlntlnn church Sunday morn ing at thu regular hour. PUBLIC SPEAKING. COMEDIAN DRAW At This Season requires careful 111 you should exercise great care to have your homo in a perfect sanitary and healthy condition. Among other things, your plumbing sj:tcm is the mostim- portant feature that 1 attention. When you con sidcr that the health of your family is governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily sec the extreme necessity to guard against any possible defects raise'for the system. Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures, 'twrctsrf plumbing fixtures and our expert service never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on hand. your plumbing in Haselden Bros. 31 II 3' ir DC Must Raise and the $8,000 GIGANTIC SALE Will Continue For THIRTY DAYS. G. LANCASTER, M r - LYONS. KENTUCKY. ii in ii DC WWI My Prices on BUGGIES WAGONS advertisement of the Harrodsburg Fair, the dates of which are July 27th- JOth" The amphitheater has been enlarged and many other additional conveniences built. The premium list is large and attractive premiums are being offered, which insures the best display of stock ever shown in Central Kentucky, Two good bands will fur nish the music and a splendid dinner furnished by the ladies of the church, will be only minor attractions at this good fair. A good crowd will go from this place. thfe vanilla, and strawberry. The next development in the soda water business in Lancaster was its popularization, the arrival 'of the ice cream soda in all its glory. Everything delightful is sold at our fountains now from an antidote for the "morning after" to a square meal. During the last five years the business has increas ed more rapidly than ever before. We doubt if any drug stores in the state have any handsomer better equipped fountains than have Stormes and Mc Roberts. The Puritan, which caters to another class of trade, serving sandwiches etc, is given up to be the prettist place for a small town In the state. Then Harry Ware's place Is still in its infancy, but a rather lusty infant, giving promise of a great future. Yes, we are proud today of the growth in this line of business and the enterprise bf those at the head of it. butwe must not forgetour 'mixologists'. It is u real pleasure to watch Rcbert Walter, Milton Elliott, John McRoberts, Ben Woods, Jim Hilton. Walter Cox and Harry Ware as they make the foam rise on the chocolate soda and of the listen to thecarbonated water as they cause it to faucet and leave the frosted goose-necspurt into the polished glass. The sound alone Is cooling and refreshing. Summel time and soda water go to gether, for one demands the other. Evervbody patronizes them now. We have a thirst, but not for long what will you have come have one on k i Carts I and Harness them will interest you-G- et We also have a complete line of CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, EX. W. J. ROMANS : Lancaster, Kentucky. rue. I !' The Central Record, Thursaay July 22 iIJAS, 1 II as W, JULY CLEARANCE Willi '4 IHHH 1 5 p I NOW ON IN FULL BLAST 9 EINDS 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, SHOES, HATS (! AND 2.25 2.75 GENTS FURNISHINGS at reduced prices which will tempt you beyond endurance. Come to this High-Clas- s Store and purchase High-Clas- s Merchandise for less than what you pay for shoddy goods at the ordinary store. We have an unfaltering determination to reduce our stock and clear the decks for the coming fall season. The MERCHANDISE we offer in this sale is not job lots but regular stock and absolutely number one FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE made in the very latest styles and this seasons goods. Very Best Qualities. Latest Styles convince yourself of the low prices we are offering in this sale. Compare with prices of other sales. Pick out your needs and be among the first to make your selections. Men's Clothing. Mens $ 8.50 Suits, now Mens 10.00 Suits, now Mens 12.50 Suits, now Mens 15.00 Suits, now Mens 16.50 Suits, now Mens 18.00 Suits, now Mens 20.00 Suits, now Mens 22.50 Suits, now Mens 25.00 Suits, now Mens Shoes. Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens $3.00 tine 1,00 fine 3.50 fine 3.00 fine 2.130 fine 2.00 fine t .75 fine Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Shoes now Low-cut We have reserved nothing and you will have your pick of our entire stock. Come to this sale and : Boys Knee Suits. 6.25 7.75 Mens Odd Pants. 2.95 3.75 4.25 5.50 6.25 7.75 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 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. s Boys Odd Knee Pants. 1.20 1.35 1.75 1,50 odd Pants now 2.00 odd Pants now 2.50 odd Pants now 3.00 odd Pants now 3.50 odd Pants now 4.00 odd Pants now 5.00 odd Pants now 6.50 odd Pants now 7.50 odd Pants now Socts. 2.25 2.75 2.95 3.75 4.25 5.50 Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boya$ .50 odd Knee Pants .75 odd Knee Pants 1.00 odd Knee Pants 1.25 odd Knee Pants 1.50 odd Knee Pants 2.00 odd Knee Pants 2.25 odd Knee Pants 2.50 odd Knee Pants Womens-towcu- t $ .40 .55 .75 .85 1.20 1.40 1.50 1.75 Shoes. mm now $2.(,.r Mens and Boys Underwear 5 .73 85 1.15 1.-- 53.75 2,95 2.75 '. 2.'-'- 5 1.75 1.50 1,25 Mens Mens 57.00 Low-cu- ts Shoes. $5.50 now now . . . now now now new now i Hats now Hats now Hats now Hats now mens 2.50 Straw Hats now.... mens 3.00 Straw Hats now mens 1.00 Panama Hats now mens 5.00 Panama Hats now Mens 51.00 Straw Mens 1 .'- Straw Mens 1,50 Straw mens 2,00 Straw -5 Mens SI. 00 Unionsults now Mens 75 Unionsuits now Mens 50 Unionsuits now Mens 50 Underwear now Bovs 50 Underwear now Mens and Boys Shirts. -5 5 Mens and Boys Mens SI ,50 Caps now Mens 1,00 Caps now Mens 75 Cops now Mens 50 Caps now Boys 50 Cars now 1.50 2.25 2.73 3.75 55cts. mens 81.50 fine Shirts now fine Shirts now lOcts. mens lOcts. mens l.O'i fine Shirts now lOcts. mens .75 fine Shirts now mens .50 fine Shirts now Caps. 5115 Boys 11.00 fine Shirts now 85 Boys .75 fine Shirts now 55 Boys 50 fine Shirts now 40 40 St'L'O .95 85 55 10 .75 .& Womens S3.50 fine low Sb Womens Womens Womens 3.00 fine low SIm 2.25 2.50 fine low SIhhw now 2.00 fine low JHiw tut 175 1.50 ww 10 1 Mens 51.00 Overall Mens 85ets lOots now' ts Mens 000 fine Mens 5.00 fine Mens 4,00 fine Mens 3.50 fine Mans 3.00 fine Mens 2.50 fine Mens 2.00 fine Low-tuLow-cuLow-cu- 4 25 ,i Mens Felt Hats mens mens mens mens mens mens 55.00 Stetson Hats no w 1.00 Stetson Hats nmv 3.00 Felt Hats now 2.50 Felt Hats now 2.00 Felt Hats now 1.50 Felt Hats now Boys and Children Shoes. . Night Shirts. 8& (15 10 50 OvernlUfiiw 75 OvcfiilUiMW 50 Ovwftll now ts . . . 3.75 ......... , ts Low-cut- s Low-cuLow-cuts 2.95 -.- G5 $3.75 2.95 .25 1.75 223 1.75 1.50 ts Jv. 150 l.'-'-O Low-cut- s Bays $3.50 Shoes now Boys 3.00 Shoes now Boys 2.50 Shoes now Boys 2.00 Shoes now Ciitldrens 52.50 Shoes now Childrens 2.25 Shoes now Childrens 2.00 Shoes now Childrens 1 75 Shoes now Childrens 1.50 shoes now mens 51,00 Night Shirts now $2.75 mens .75 Night Shirts now 2 --'5 mens .50 Night shirts now 1.75 Boys Boys 55ets lOcts 51.50 1,20 150 $1.75 1.C5 Womens Fine Shoes. Womens 53.50 fine Shoes now Womens 3.00 fine Shoes now Womens 2.50 fine Shoes now Womens -- .00 fine Shoes now 52.75 2.25 75 1. (0 1 Men $2.00 Yellow KhMI'iiiiu'iiuw Mens Menu I flo Yullow KnkI '4J Yellow KnkI ) Pain now 150 1,35 1 hints now 85 75 1.20 Menu I Yellow KnkI Punts now 5uJ Now From The House Of Quality. Lancaster, K"?ntucl(J. U 'A ie ysntral i i I Record, Thurday July 22 1915 Logans Chapul. Mir Will llrnwnlnff lost some cattle last week liy lightning. Is DYER, TENl)., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS ......... Page 3 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have vll.i-niit- ii"..'. ..rtr.- - Always Bought Boars the Signature staiLiifciSiiicrooifaalRrtuti tfnfi Mtc Siocuidu ondBwdj of Pmmnlf TKtn7ni nets nnrllVo fnnl.iln t nrinr OritmuMorphSic rwrflwcral jatjrtfCJJkSIHZUnUBt r,JX Air In of JbMltUtt' Baffin Anrrferf ItoTTVflir rnrfrtrnfUfc i.1.. flL4!. lfnW Mrs. Norn Spurlock of Norwood, () J, T. Castleman Finds Hope Fulfilled here for n visit to relative. After Passing Threescore Years. Mr. Joliah Tusscs sold to Mr. Robert Mctcalf, four pigs nt 12.50 pT head J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., Mr. John Mctcnlf delivered to suffered from stomach derangements Brandcnherg n bunch of nice fat hogs for forty years, taking- all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medat T els. ical advice. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Warmoth of In all tho forty years, bo said, ho Stanford visited Mr. ami Mrs. Cap never had a real good day until ho tried Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy Then Warmoth last week. ho discovered something. Let his let-tMr. and Mrs. Thurmond Tudor .and tell about It: Will visited Mr and Mrs. son of Itound "Tho first dose of Mayr'a Wonderful J. A. Tudor Sunday. flcmcdy caused gall atones to pass Mis Maud and Mr. Gilbert Wilson from me. I nm feeling much better have returned from n visit to friends than I have over before. I am 64 years old and I had never beforo and relatives in Estill Co. one whole good day. Mrs. Wilbur Stapp and children of "I would not Rive tho one bottlo Valley View are visiting her parents you sent mo for all tho drugs and doc-- 1 I tors' mcdlclno that Is made." Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tudor. Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives per-Mrs. Isiali Metcair and bright little manent results for stomach, liver and daughter, Martha Dusche. visited Mrs. Intestinal ailments. Rat as much and I Adraln Metcalf of White Lick Sunday. whatever you like. No more distress eating, pressure of gas In tho Mrs. John Shepherd who has been after stomach and around the heart. Get one quite ill, is greatly improved nnd her bottle of your druggist now and try It many friends wish for her a speedy rej on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will bo returned. covery. Mist Thelma Wilson and brother Knd returned home Sunday from a visit to their sister, Mrs. Charles Higsby cf Stanford. There was considerable damage done thru out this community by the recent high tide of Paint I.ick creek and branches, caused by A steady down pour of rain on Monday evening last, crops of wheat, corn and tobacco in the lowlands were washed away and many report the loss of gardens, outbuildings, wagons, sleds, fencer, nnd numerou" other procity. The Death Angel spread its shadowy wings over the home of Mr. and Mrs. Authur Tudor on Thursday evening last, and claimed for its victim the bright little spirit of one of their twin, baby girls. The little one was sick only n short while of cholera infantum. They were just four months of age, but God thot best, t.) take one home, there to rest snfely in the Arms of Jesus to await the coming of father, motherand sister where suffering and sorrow is no Mercer Co FA BIGGER R Wnrnc fVMivnUwYH TVvrmbficssanJLossorSLEXP. racSintii 5intfiwor THE CBNTACn COMMSO; NKVV YORK. C... C..uf. Use i JULY 27, 28, 29, 30, 1915 AND BETTER - For Over PAINT LICK PERSONALS Erenls Of Interest In Upper Garrard. Ilev. C. S. Ellis is in Lewisburg for Thirty Years CASTORIA Koct Copy of Wrapper. several weeks. Dr. John Snowden of Winchester, was a visitor here Monday. Miss Mary Noel cf Danville Is the guest of Mrs. J. U. Woods. Mr. A. C. Illack of Milton, Ky., is the guest of Mr. It. W. Estridge. Miss Eliza Itucker entertained n few friends ut Itook Saturday afternoon. Miss Minnie Woods, of Stanford has been the guest of Mrs. Henry Wallace. Miss Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster, has been the guest of Mrs. Walker Guyn. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge spent the past week in Lawrenceburg and Lex- THAN EVER. Enlarged Ampitheatre, Plenty of Dinner, Lots of DistilL d Water, Good Music by Two Bands. Fair and Courteous Treatment to All, Come and Bring Your Friends- - BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS little hay is Ktown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Haled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes The best prices prevail in localities where I II C I'. linginc. lCxlS-inc- h Hale Chamber with I IIC 4 or P. Engine. 17.22-inc- h Hale Chamber with I H C 1. Iinuine. International Motor Hay Presses will Ixtlc more hay in a Kiven length of time than any other press of equal she. r, tORRle joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and sprint: roller tucker are features worth looking into. Drop in and sec us the next time you are in town. HxlS-inc- h more. God in his wisdom lias recalled Mrs. Ithoda Halston spent the past the boon his love had given and tho the week with her daughter, Mrs. Betty body slumbers here the soul is safe in Griggs. Heaven. Interment was made in the Mrs. Millard Highland and children family burying ground at Gilead. of Paris are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Ely. Miss Cleone McWhorter returned AND SCALP HAIR Monday from a two weeks visit to ington GU&LL COLEWAN, Secretary Harrodsburg, KentucKy. NEED DAILY CARE. Winchester. Mrs. Will Logsden, of Brassfield is the guest of her son, Mr.aTom'Logsden Hale Chamber with 8, 1, or C-- C-- C-- If you value the appearance of your hair you should treatyourscalp as often and well as you brush your teeth and rub into the scalp pores twide dailv a little I'arisUn Sige, This tieatment is not a mere "hair tonic." It is bottled nourishment for the hair roots and it is simply wondrrful what an Improvement its use for even a week, will make in the appear ance of anyone's hair. It never injures, is delightfully cool and pleasant to the scalp and takes out the dull, lifeless look in the hair, making it soft, fluffy, glossy and beautiful. Two or three applications remove every trace of dandruff, and daily use will prevent its return. Sold by K. E. McRoberts and leading drug gists everywhere. PHONE 27. 5ccler, 5al,arcl Scott, and Mrs. Logsden. Miss Allie Itusiell Fish of Stanford. Mr, is the guest of her grand-parentand Mrs. Will Fish. Messrs James and Roger Itucker, of Lexington were guests of the home people here Monday. Mrs. J. E. Seale and tittle son, of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs. Tom Logsden the past week. Rev. J. W. beagle and Mrs. Beagle, of Hustonville. were guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis on Sunday. Mr. Luther Fish has returned from Cincinnati where he went to get his new seven passenger Hudson. Cecil Miss Lida Raney and Mr. Brown, of Lancaster were guests of BUCKEYE Miss Lula McWhorter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will 'Fitzpatrick. of Mrs. Mai Carter has returned from Shelby ville were guests of their daughan extended visit to relatives in 111 ter. Mrs. Lewis Guyn the past week. Miss LaVerne Dickerson is spending Mr. and Mrs. Dub Edmiston and son, the week with her aunt, Mrs. J. W and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perkins of Brown. Crab Orchard, and Mrs. E. Black of Miss Ruth Hay has returned to Kich Lebanon were guests of relatives here mond from a visit to home folks and Sunday. Cured of Indigestion. I Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, t'a., "Mv n... knthitrAil wlrh inrlfiri-stiostomach pained me night and day", she writes. "I would feel bloated ana nave 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 ml init.xl nnon me trvinc them. They helped me as nothing else has im. done. For sale by all dealers. Chas. D. - OF Arnett KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Morgan County 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. Mt. Sterling, July 21- -4 days. Harrodsburg. July 274 days. Winchester, July 294 days. Blue Grass Fair, Lex' ton Aug -C da Taylorsville August days. Burkesville, August 114 days. Vanceburg, August 11 3 days, Broadhead, August 11 Sdays. Perryville, August 113 days. days. Fern Creek, August U-Fair, Augll-4d- a Sanders, Stanford. K. of P. August 18- -3 da. Shepherdsville, August 174 days. Lawrenceburg, August 17 t days. Columbia, August 19- -4 days. Eminence, August 194 days. Ewing. August 193 days. London, August 24 4 days. Elizabethtown, August 24 3 days. Shelbyville, August Germantown, August 254 days. days, Mt. Vernon, August 2- aBBjE' 34 BUENA VISTA Misses Nannie Mae and Grace Ison are visiting in Wilmore. Mr. Geo. Smith of Lexington was a guest of Miss Ella Clark Sunday. Mrs. I. D. Hacker and daughter are visiting her mother in Booneville. Miss Williams of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs. Will Smolley. Mr. Frank Nooe and sons of Versailles visited Mr. and Mrs. "Jack" Scott last week. Mr. E. A. Eason and daughter Willie of Nicholasville are guests of I Miss Star.-for- .BaaaaaWLfefel elaaaaaaVKpfir'-'' BRYANTSVILLE. Kv. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill- Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker and daughter, Elizabeth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I'rentis Walker. Misses llarbara Gulley. Mary I.ee Kurtz, Minnie Brown and Mr. Frank Kurtz spent Sunday with Miss 1 u and Smillie Hill. Mrs. Itobt tang. Willie Paul Frances, Mrs. Hiram Kay, Misses Sallie Lou Teater, Ethel Hay and Agnes Miles spent Snnduy with Mr. and Mrs. W. II A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina ore the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one cf these cool find delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion tickets am on sale daily, good until October 31st, via I - Hay. A TREACHEROUS TROUBLE Lancaster People Are Shown The Way Out. SOUT1IEI1N RAILWAY cf the South allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be ran during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-overs For full Information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write D. II. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have mada his nam famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Darks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. IMrsley's Indian IIerbe-- 45 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Unlment Dakota jack's Creroe Soap. Price 10. I bars ' I 1.00 S 2Sc ,4L ON SALT AT DAKOTA JACK The NorthwUra Cowboy OniaiNfcTON OP C. C. A J. E. Storraes and R. E. McRoctrtJ. rURSJLIY'S INDIAN IITRB3 Kidney diseases are very dangerous. They come on silently, gain ground rapidly, and cause thousands of deaths week-endthat could have been prevented by proper treatment lit the beginning. Nature gives early warnings of kidney disease backache, twinges of pain when stopping or lifting, headaches and urinary disorders. If these'symp toms are unheeded: there Is grave danger of dropsy or possible Wright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills have earned a reputation for their effectiveness in kidney troubles, and are known ilallcrhtful hnilftt finrtv nt Mlai Marv mhh aa. the world over. and recommended East convinc 'May Walker's and Mr. Edwin Walker's Lancaster readers should find past week. ing proof in the following statement the warnThe undersigned hereby e I Missses Nannie Conn and Mr. Forest It's from a citizen of this locality. . L. .! ing to all persons not to trespass upon : I, . -- 1 In It. C. Faulkner, It. F. D. No. 2. Box ' lands for any purpose whatever as 131, Paint Lick, Kv., says: "I suffered friends on Saturday the tenth, by our I offenders to ful for some time from a weak back. A rirlvfnir tn Lancaster and belnir mar- - we will prosecute all law, Hunters and. dull pain through my loins gaye me rid time, Miss Nannie is the eldest b)at extent ot t much trouble, 1 learned about Doan's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fishermen especially take notice. K.L.EIkin Kidney Pills and used them. They soon form and is a vounir ladv nossessed ot . Ed & N B Price Mrs. Hebecca J, West. I Mr. Center is a W. R. Cook. many attractions, removed the aches and pains. James G. Conn, nt M. II n Pdnt.p ff PnrtApa. H. C. Arnold. Price, 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim . J. I. Bland. ...Mini, fry . n n f mta.Mntr J. C. Morgan, ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'i ..Ml.. n.t I Kidney Pill- - the same that Mr. Faulk qualities. Tills young couple have a J. IL and W. S. Weaver We will add other names for 25 cents Co., Props., 'lost of friends who wish for them a ner had. Foster-Mllbur- n Those who went to White's Station Saturday afternoon witnessed a splendid bail game between White's Station and Paint Lick, the victory going to the home team at a score of 2 to 0. Mrr. Laban Kirk and children left Wednesday for their home in Paints-villDora Belle Eason. Thej were accompanied home d Mr. Ed Ballard and family of by Misses Cleone, Gladys and Joe were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hazel McWhorter who will remain for Christopher Sunday. a visit of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newton of Burgin Mrs. and Mrs, E. L. Woods, Mr. and spent the week's end with Mrs. Nannie Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Woods, Mrs. Bur- - Jennings and family. dett Hamsey, Sir- - Dave Hervey and Misses Minnie Botts and Agnes Long Misses Sallie and Mattie Woods, at of Harrodsbug are guests of Mesdames tended the funeral of Mrs. Sallie T, M. Scott and I). S. Lane. in Lancaster, Thursday. Mrs. T. M. Scott ai.d guest Miss Paint Lick has about reached her Long spent the week's end with Mr. normal condition again since the heavy Thos. Bruner and family near Nicholasflood week. Everybody is at ville. work to gel every thing in u clean and Misses Myrln and Julia Me Walker, sanitary condition and in n few weeks of Danville and Master Earl Swope of no one will be able to tell we ever had Bryantsville visited their aunt Mrs. J. a flocd. Wesley Lane last week. and Mary Lear had as Misses Alma , Mr. ami their guests for the Headache and Nervousness Cured. Mrs. James L. Newman, Messrs Chester Morris, Leonard Webb. Tom Fleming 'Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled Guy YanSant of Frankfort and Misses to all the praise 1 can give them," Etta Gasser, Lillian and Anna Wells of writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, Onensboro. N. Y. They have cured me of headMisses Minnie May Hoblnson, Mai- - ache and nervousness and restored me curst rook, of Lancaster and Hoi e to my normal health." For sale by all Gardner of Louisville and Messrs T J. dealers. Price, Wade Walker. James Woods, Arthur and John Eldridge formed a of-la- ays. Democratic Candidate - FOR 43 Secretary of State I wish I could meet every Democrat In Kentucky before tho August PriI wT.l, mary. That Is Impossible. therefore, ask, you to vote for me Au- gust 7. la the Primary, and again Not vember 2, In the general election. jSJ Then come to see me In the Secretary of State's Office at Frankfort, )J By my faithful services I will make you glad jou nominated and elected l SjJ mo to that Important office. VTJ My record as a Democratic Senator ( from the 34th District (Morgan, Mayr, goffin. Wolfe, Breathitt and Owsley (g) counties) Is approved by my people. M 9r I Nervous? person, now." Mrs. Walter Vincent, ol Pleasant Hill, N. C, writes: "For three sum- mm, I suffered from nervousness, dreadful pains In my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles of Cardul, Ihe woman's Ionic, relieved me entir- ely. I feel tike another (jgf I A W (g) Rji W TAKE 'sg Be sure to find my name i on the Primary Ballot. Then it will be easy to mark it like this: i Cardui f W (J C" Wj For Secretary of State yr, () J The Woman's Tonic Chas. D. Arnett K)s fjvi 9f Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until we Advised them to take a, J D)4 (2)1 JKll for over 50 years, Cardul has been helping to relieve women's un- necessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same lor you, II given a fair trial. So, donl wait, but begin taking Cardul today, lor Its use cannot harm you. and should surely do you E-good. ($ dK 3f yJk IS) 'J PVf f3 Il f? Lsfl L Buffalo, N. Y. long life of success and happiness. cash. before and alter each oeaL by us 25o a box. R. E. McRsbsrts Soil oaly Page 4 TheCentral Record some article attacking the cndldcv of A. 0. Stanley for the democratic Our readers nomination for Governor. INCORPORATED. will ace that these article! are unsigned H.00 a year. ml no one take reiponiblllty for the Weekly. Issued atatcmcnts: Whether thla movement J E. ROBINSON. Editor. ia Inspired by frlemli or enemies of the Their news you do not know. R.L ELKIN, Locnl Filler mid Mgr. party clipping;) at leant are noi irom paper iiucn political lemocratlc In Uoemiw. mtf4 at ths IMHt im Mull Hatlct. Kr luetics should, aources. think, will have anil we The Central Record, Thursday July 22 ICE CREAM SUPPER. 19 Tenth and Eleventh Districts, umiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK Stanley, McDermott and .MLcsney The child.: Ion i are hammering away vlgorousltjri the The Ladles Aid of the FrVlew day will grol NOTED. hustings, the former covering thrgreal llze STANLEY church will give an ice cream supper, Crana's Pai Rclal er amount of territory and filling two Saturday July 24th. Predictions, Cromwell's standard of thoi demand and sometimes three appointments the best, as did thfTt mothers, dally. Bosworth Isnotmnkingipeeches, AND CLOVER. ALFALPA grandmulhcta, a n il great Thomas B. Cromwell, political expert but Is constantly active. The greater grandmothers before them, and statistician of the Cincinnati. Ln portion of this week Lieutenant GovNow is the time for planting crimson nulrer has the following to sav about ernor McDermott spent In Enstcrn Those who produce Crane's clovtr and alfalfa In Kentucky, itr.d Kentucky politics; papers to day Inherited their Kentucky. He will not emerge- - from Commissioner of Agriculture Newman d ability from their forebears, canvass for the sentl the mountains until the middle of the "A Is advising farmers to plow up their little weight with Democrats. the artisans of dnys now past. wheat land and plant these leguminous mcnt of Kentuckians on the subject of coming week. Judging from the re Member Kentucky Press Association Ai mg'.weavlng Is a heritage plants before August 20. He has made the Democratic nomination for Govern' ports from their headquarters, all of of the Persians, diamond cutrrangemcnta for securing bacteria cul or was begun this veek by the writer, the candidates nre satisfied with the Eighth District Publishers League. ting a heritageof the Belgians, turcs for distribution, hoping to have Responses indicating that the race is ltuatlon as it presents itsell to them, so Is paper making n heritage an acre Inoculated In every community between A. 0. Stanley and Harry V, but as the time until tha primary short Uncasler. Ky.,Ju!y 22.1915. I n nnd the voters pronounce I their of the workmen employed at n the State. This bacteria on the roots McChesncy nnd showing a decided preff crimson clover and nlfalfa il ncccs erence for Stanley, which Is to say that preference it is to lie expected that theCrane Mills in Western sary for their growth. From one ncn a majority of the voters are not In this satisfaction In three of the head Rates For Political Announcements Massachusetts. thus Inoculated this year all the land favor of atnte.wide prohibition, have quarters will be supplanted by another For Precinct and Cltv OlIL'es Complete stock In all the may be inoculated next year bv been received from SO counties. A fur feeling. around Por County Offices various sizes and tints taking about 300 pounds of the earth ther Indication ia that there will be cist One hears little of the doings of the For State Bnd District Offices. . 15.K) from it and scattering it on the other at the primary election three weeks can 'Mates for the nominations for the .10 THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER on exhibition. For Calls, per line from approximately 200.000 minor offices, their voices seemingly land. 1" Cards, per line For crimson clover through the win Democratic votes, and that would be having been drowned In The the thunder of For all publications In the Interter will take the nitrogen from the air, 40,000 to 60,000 votes heavier than the the candidates for the governorship, est of individuals or expresnd then If It Is plowed under in the total of the primary at which Senator buall except Marvel Mills Logan, who M 1' sion of Individual views, per 4.S spring the farmer will have in his soil J. C. W. Beckham was nominated last is fortunatu in having already received 10 line as much nitrogen to the acre as would August. The normal Democratic vote the certificate of nomination for "5 Attor Obituaries, per line cost him from $15 to $10 If he bought in this state Is now considered to be ney.General, are as busy as bees. commercial fertilizer on the market, 225.000, It was whispered around for a day or aid Commisioner Newman. This crop ine responses from 2s counties con' two that benator W, A. Byron and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS will multiply the corn yield wherever it veyed figures, the aggregate of which Judge James P. Edwards might draw s l luperly grown and followed with produced for Stanley 22.400 fof Mc straws to determine who would amy in Ill The Central Kecord Is authorized to corn next spring. Chesney 10,200 for Lieutenant Cover ill following candidates for In most parts of Kentucky, he said nor Edward J. McDermott (5,:ifi) and and who would get out of the race for Lieutenant Governor, but both have nffiee. subiect to the Democratic lime Is needed in the soil to grow for State Auditor Henry M Bosworth decided to stay on the track, each be i primary, August 7th, 1915. good crop of alfalfa or crimson clover, 4,925, n total ot 49.875. The person lieving he can win over the other am! KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, GOVERNOR. FOK and good and that and Inoculation who made these II cures were in some drainage nre all Kentucky soil requires, instances County Judges, In others Cir Judge James II. Black ami Colonel Hon. A. 0. Stanley. He said the alfalfa production in the cult Court Clerks and In others County Loving W. Gaines. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Next to tint race for Governor, most I!) last three years probably has increased Clerks, SheriiTs, and individuals who C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. tenfold and he estimates the planting have an intimate knowledge of what is talk just now seems to be about the C. Fox, of Uoyle county. Chas. COL. W. P. WALTON. roughly of about 20,000 acres. going on in the political circles of th-- i race for Auditor. The friends of State lii FOR COMMONWEALTH'S Treasurer Thomas S. Rhea says he will restective counties. The total normal win, 1 PREMIMS-S20,0- 00 ATTORNEY. Candidate For The Democratic Nomina' but the friends of Appellate Court Democratic vcte In those 28 counties I: AUTOMOBILE LICENSE E. V. Purj'ear, of Bovle county. iii 50,950, therefore, it will he readily ob Clerk Robert L. Green declare with lion For Secretary Of State, J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. Will Add Big Sum To Road Fund. served that the estimators are expect' pronounced. positiveness that he will Special The Rutherford Greater Shows. take the Logan County chieftain FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. According to a recent report from the ing a pretty full vote generally, and measure. Uoth have taken ondeputie Col. W. P. Walton, whose picture People. William. B. Mason. Cars. ,s ",c Motor Veh cles at u,,c """"" iur appears above, is one of those .loyal Commissioner of irom Lexington, anu the young men W. A. Doty. department in othcr races for lher offices-judi- cial are making things lively in the interest C) democrats who ha given his time and Frankfort, the Automobile FOR SHERIFF. WEBER'S PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA. ' legislative, of their respective chiefs. Rhea's man talent to the Democratic party for will contribute to the State road fund G. T. Ballard, Jr. Studied from a geographical point of is hdward R. Burch, while Greon the past forty years and this Is Ju: for the year 1915 about $120,000, which I Sensational Fire Acts. Misses DcVotula mid HnMwin iii view, the 50 counties named in this fore FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Butler Thompson. Either will be com first time to ask recognition of well is double the receipt for any previous i . . . .... .... Lnily Artists in the Thriller Act. casi nre representative oi every von' pctent for the duties he will have H. Clav Kauffman. man year. rendered services. You know the S When the 1915 plates were ordered, gressional district except the tilth, perform If he gets to Frankfort. Triple Parachute Leap Front One Hallmm. Lit and know his record as a democrat, more than a year ago. it was estimated which is contained in the County of tie Is heard of II. II. Coyler in the am a candidate for County Court He would greatly appreciate your sup' I sufficient but Jefferson and the City of Louisville, Auditor's race. Three Running Races and Two Harness A vote that 10,000 pairs would be Clerk to uucceeJ J. W. Hamilton the port for Secretary of State. Is- - Four of the counties are in the First more Races Each Day. for him will be a vote for n democrat sued. than 16,000 have already been present Clerk. Claude B. Terrell and Sherman Good District, five In the Second, five in the who was fichtinc the party's battles I have accepted The Chief deputies Rings at Ixrxington. office todaje Third, nine in tho Fourth, four in the paster are both claiming victory in the Great Show 15 The Capital of the Horse The total receipts of the appointment in the office in order to before his opponents were born. race for State Treasurer. World. A Wrek of Fun and Sport. Reduced Rates on all Road). this year are $102,000 and this would Sixth, three in the Seventh, seven acquaint mvself with the duties of Mat S. Cohan, says they are all his as For entry blanks or Information address. have been very materially increased Eighth, nine in the Ninth, two in the Clerk and having fitted myself to take far as he has traveled and he has been HARRY K. THAW but from the fact that 5,750 old cars Tenth and two In the Eleventh. In 114 counties. JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON, KY. the examination required by law, I beat Senator "I'll and all new cars have paid only the pro Aside from Jefferson County, lil sincerely ask and solicit your support DECLARED SANE portionate part of the fee for the which the Louisville Post expects there Frohman so badly," said he, "that he E. M. Walker. fee for the license to run to Jan., 1st,, may be as many as 20.000 Democratic will think his total vote a mustard seed." Harry K. Thaw, America's most 1910. votes cast, and where Lieutenant Gov Railroad lommissioner. noted murderer, wa3 declared sane by When the Acts of the General A Any railroad in need of n claim agent ernor McDermott is expecting a major 14. and three days later sembly of 1914 become effective there might make a selection after hearing We are authorized to announce a jury on July ity of afleast 10,000. the counties JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, was released by order of the Justice were 5,750 licenses that did not expire be heard from are nine in the First, the candidates for Secretary of State on a writ of error Jan., 1st., but ran into 1915. The State talk about their chances. Nelson County, as a c&nditate for the presiding at the trial following is a brief history of the were the Series "G" licenses with tags three in the Second, five in the Third, Superintendent of Public instruction Democratic nomination for Railroad The four in the Fourth, four in the Sixth of black with letters in white. This Barksdale Hamlett, who sets great Commissioner from the Second Dis- Thaw case: Stanford has caused much confusion as there (including Campbell which is cjaimed store by his accomplishment in his preJune 23, trict: the primary election to be held nine White. Saturday August7th.. 1915. the Seventh (including Fayette, th sent, seems to be making the biggest . April 12. 1907-E- nd first trial, dis nrsi six monu claims, but Charles W. Millikin, of am home of Hosworth. In which there is 11th. urn,. v..c ere iaUUr.., William F. Klair, Fayette County, agreement. people .trnmr Stanley .entimenM. fnnr in th Louisville, and Gabe Likins, of Hartsecond trial takervjmpression that a large number February 1. 1909-E- nd not far behind him, if thev , ford, are Candidate for Reelection as Railroad on im' are behind him at nil. Colonel W. P. Commissioner, Second District of Ky, acquitted, declared Insane. to Mat proper licenses. This confusion was re Tenth and thirteen in the Eleventh February 1, Walton, of Lexington, and State SenSubject to the action qf the Democratic In response to the question, "Is th teawau. moved on June 10th and all tags now ator Charles W. Arnett, of West party in the August Primary. county tor or against state-wid- e pro Liberty, di on February 11. are the modest supplicants of in use should show the date "1915 hibition?" estimators In following coun Found trip Railroad Fare S5.155. Board nt hotel including the routes We are authorized to announce Miss missed dy Court of Appeals. the right hand end of the plates. the quintet. ties replied "against": Allen, Anderson dropped 5, March Local officers in many places are ar Jennie Higgins a candidate for County It seems to be the consensesof opinion in the Cave for 50.50. An three days outing for 512 In. resting all mntnriat seen with imnroner By,e' Balh- - Uracken, Breckenridge, School Superintendent of Garrard fight for liberty. that the race for the Superintendent of from Mat tags, and to avoid trouble all drivers uaiiaun, iiancocK, uenuerson, iienry Public Instruction nomination is be Aueust 17. Writexir phone L St N agent, for particulars, County, subject to the action of the Kenton, Madim, Marion, McCrackon teawan. should see that cars are registered for Democratic primary August 1917. tween Rice C. Eubanks, of Lexington, at St, this vear and are canving tags with a McLean, Meade, Menifee, Montgomery and V. O. Gilbert, of Frankfort. Aueust 19. Owen, Pendleton, Simpson, Taylor, I stslAilljTsi II I I We are authorized to announce Judge Hermenegilde de Garfonl, Canada. fcAM&JktfJt4UUhV ijsaaVi sts white background witli red letters. f1 The race for the Clerkship of the I Todd and union, all saloonless except against September 2, Lewis L. Walker," of Ganard county, a In 1910 when all cars now In the Court of Appeals has narrowed down Anderson, Henderson, Kenton, M sandidate for the Republican nomina- appearing before immigration author state must renew their licenses and pay Cracken and Meade. Those given as to Alvin Steger, of Owenton, ami Rod tion for Lieutenant Governor, to be ities, SherbrooKe, Quebec. the full feo for the year there should be OF were Barren. Bell. Grav man W. Keenon. of Harrodsmirg. by im collected for the highways of the state September 2. voted for at the primary election to be Keenon was an Weventh-hou- r entry migration authorities 'to Coaticook not less than $175,000 und probably es, Greenup. Hart, Jessamine, Johnson, held on Saturday, August 7th 1915. Larue, Lewis, Lincoln, Martin, Morgan, and Steger has the advantage of Quebec. much more Ohio, SpenceS, Trigg and Wayne, of steady, persistent campaign, and the We are authorized to announce Joe 10, 1913 -- Hurried across September which Graves, Jessamine, Hart, Mar further fact that if he lands the office S. Haselden, of this city. Republican Canadian border into Vermont and THE DEMOCRATIC tin, Morgan and Trigg are forecast for W. 11. O'Counell, of Newport, will be candidate, for Representative at Nov- freed. Flees into New Hampshire and is in town demonstrating one of his force. O'Conneli is no Stanley. Requests ember election 1915. is arrested at Oolebrook. CANDIDATES. This would seem to indicate that the stranger in the office of the Clerk of case tried in New Hampshire and lu wnu f'hluf League, tlii Pnnrt nf AniMnU We are authorized to announce Joe Thaw sent back to Matteawan Asylum. Following is a complete list of the campaign of the Deputy to J. Morgan Chinn during his A. Burnside, candidate on Republican June 14, 1915 Declared sane by candidates for Democratic nominations augmented by the "political prohibition, ists," or vice versa, is falling short of term. ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at New York jury. for state office in Kentucky: mid giving FRLh Special Lessons in their Applicnlhn. State Railroad Commissioner WilNovember election 1915. its mark, and that the voters, alive to FOR GOVERNOR. Messages for her or orders for the goods mny lt left nt the fact that the question nf passing liam F, Klair, who returned to LexingPAINT LICK DEFEATS Two weeks ago Col. Roosevelt left Democrats E. J. McDermott. Lou- the requited constitutional amendment ton Thursiay from an extended tour of j Exposition and for the Panama-Pacifipro- his district and found n big company isville; H. M. Bosworth. Eayctte for the submission of state-wid- e WHITES STATION as he boarded the train in New York H. V. McChesney, Frankfort; A. O. hibition to the people will be in the of his frierids waiting to discuss with he told the reporters that he would h until at the General Asiemlilv. ini..n,l h m a precinct orgamzrtlon in this citv. i Stanley, Henderson. The fast Paint Lick ball team de' Ft make no political speeches, and gave atrnni' riiniliilntu fnr Cnvr. sav he is certain to be renominated. in cl-- ft GOVERNOR. FOR LIEUTENANT Whites Station on Saturday in On tho Republican side Latt F. Mc- the Progressives fair warning that feated played game. fully equipped to cone with nor-o- ne The feature of a well Democrats James D. Black, Bar- - the gifted Edwin I'. Morrow, whom the Laughlin. Madisonvllle'a candidate for they need not expect any thing from pitching of Tatum, bourville. James P. Edwards, Louis Not one ray of hope did he the game was the him. Governor, and Roy Wilhut, Louisville's The box ville: W. A. Byron. Brooksville: Lov Republicans will send forth as their! who allowed only one hit. hold out to those who follow the standard bearer in the campaign pre- - candidate for State Auditor, appear to score follows; Gaines, Trenton. ing W. ami to add insult to lent cause, be abaut the only fellows who nre not ceding the November election. ' Paint Lick. injury, be said that "any decent ReFOR SECRETARY OF STATE. It is said that the McChesney cam- - falling in with the g. o. p. program for R II E Pos. NAME publican would do in HUB." Two Democrats-llarksd- ale HBtnlett. Hop- - uaign is costing its managers for print-- ! harmony and more harmony, which. SS years ago there was no such thing as a B. Lawsun kinsville: Chas W. Milliken, Louis, ing, Jiostage, clerks, etc, approximately rrnmeu Ulllervnuy, means mat tney are 1 2nd. decent Republican among that host J. Herron ville; G. H. Likens, Hartford; W. I $1,500 a day. This, It Is asserted, holds not willing to accept the salve ami 1 3rd. G Duerson who "stole" that precious nomination Walton; Lexington; D. E. McQueary, good for 30 days, and if this Is correct gently slide out of the way of the boss-th- e 1 1 G E. Roop at Chicago. It is easy to seo the trend expense for the dissemination of es who vould that there be a slate and Pine Knot; C. D. Arnett, West Liber 1 P C Tatum of affairs in the Colon)' political the statewide prohibition literature in no contests entailing the necessity for 2 CF 1 OFarris household. Certain "robbers" have the form of the McChesney letters and much casting of Republican ballot on FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, LF ! become "decent Republicans" and ere J Tatum printed speeches and the Ueckham and August 7. These Republican managers M. Logan, Urowns UF Democrats-- M. Duerson long he will be knocking at the door J and other pamphlets would very much prefer that Repub-an1 ville. of thv G. O. P. wailing with the rest S Rogers leallets would approximate $15,000. i lican voters in the depth of the rural OF I'OliLIC ACFOR AUDITOR "Any Republican to beat Wilson." 1 2, The general conception is that the Anti- - districts and the fastness nf the moun COUNTS. Two base hits 1, Struck out 10. Saloon League ia putting up the greater, tains lend their aid to the selection of a S. Rhea, Democrats Thomas Are the democrats of Kentucky goportion of the fund, and it is also said beatable Democratic ticket, and that Whites Station. Robert L. Greene, Frankfort; that some of the public service corpora- - could be done with no trouble at all In ing to permit their enemies to select R H Pos. NAME H. II. Colyer, Richmond. for them a democratic nominee for J. Parks C tions McChesney claims to have repre-- j those sections where registratien is not W. H. HARRIS, President. governor? Who would our enemies F. Maupin, FOR STATE TREASURER. sented successfully at Frankfort may required and Democrats are scarce, P , likely to name for us, the weakest or W. Parri.h Woods says his name ss The -S h e r m a n Goodpaster, have contributed. Democratsstrongest man? Would thev select for 0. Harrison CF JERRY DOTY, Secretary. During the week there were rumors (, not coming on" tho ballot, and Rov Owlngsville; Claude II. Terrell. us a leader who believed in democratic R. Dunn. atloat to the effect that State Auditor Wilholt says the only way they can get 2nd. Frank I'. Hager, I'aintsville. principles and would keep the party W. Harris Henry M. Rosworth might quit tho race him out of the lace for Auditor is to LF FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF united or some man who would be de- Lackey 3rd for the gubernatorial nomination, but vote him out. Dr. J. II. Aahlock, of AITEALS. feated at the poles and leave a disrupt- J W Ballard 1st he set that talk under the table with an Glendale, however, obligingly got out ed, disunited democracy? Don't you Cecil Dunn, RK W. an Keenon. authorized interview In which he de-- 1 0f the way of J. M. I'efkins, of Frank-ctart- d Democrats-Rodmobserve In every locality the Republithat he will run It out, and that fort. Harrodsburg; Alvin Steger, Owenton; I! i cans, Bull Moosers and Prohibitionists he will win. Rosworth claims he will I Dr. D. W. Caddie, of Hodgenville, E. E. Lawrence, Ashland. To INSURE In a Leading urging democrats to nominate Struck out 7. carry the First Congressional District and C. A. J. Walker, of Covington, FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUH-LI- over McChesney; concedes the Second and defeat Stanley, CI. Demostepped out of the race for Lieutenant INSTRUCTION. crats of Garrard county are too wise to Stanley; gives, the Third to McChes- Governor, leaving George Osborne, of People' Say To Us O. Gilbert, Rowling ney; claims an evtn break with McGanard county Deinocrnts-- V. to be thus deceived. Russell, and 55. T. Proctor, of Leltch "I cannot eat tblj or that food, it doe Green; R. S. Eubank. Lexington. will toll up a handsome majority for Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. Chesney In the Fourth; lavs McDermott field, to contest with Judge L. L, Our advice to not agree Stanley on August 7th, in spite of nil of them Is to take a CAPITAL. FOR COMMISSIONER OFAGRICUL-TURE- . will carry the Fifth easily; claims the Walker, of Lancaster, who looks like a all the misrepresentation and abuse Sixth for himself, with McDermott In winner. Wfld21L Dyspepsia cS: against him made by the enemies of 5- place; says' he will carry the S. Cohen, Lexing- second Democrats-M- att dtmocracy. by large plurality, and that Apples and cider for sale. before and titer tAcb meal. 25c ft box. ton; II. M. Froman, Ghent; R. D. Seventh J. T. Henry. he will also be first in the Eighth, Ninth, Thornbury, Lebanon. R. C McRobsrta . t. In our advertising columns there are PREFERENCE ff OR iisisisisisl post-car- . 'Vc) if is o(inen3Cavm t 1 r ' y STORMES DRUG STORE. I BLUb UnAoS I r Alii August 2 to 300 I I I i $20,000-- I 7, I9I5 I 1 20 i 5) I I I d Mammoth Gave From Lancaster and Way Stations ....... Regular Morning Train, AUGUST eala 1913-Pris- p2d 1913-Arre- sted ight Lr i ssitaili u 'state-wide- 1913-Ta- ken MISS POWERS LOUISVILLE A Beauty Specialist 1 Anti-Saloo- n ' "VEL1ETINA" TOILET ARTICLES c 11 MoRobertsDrua- Store n LANCASTER t' 0'Rear-speeche- s d I (Bolored Fair August 27th28th, 1915 Uull-o'-th- e Iled-for- ' rt2 with-me.- I American Company I 2,000,000,00 I 9m THOMAS ip&xnxxj Tab(et ELKIN, Acrents. iftfVm Central Record, Thlrsday July 22, unlive- 19 1 5 Page 5 - ie r I' a EDWAED J. MeDEEMOTT will w 1 speak at :30 1 MONDAY At Eomans in behalf of his 5 Opera House JULY 26th, 1915 In Lancaster, Kentucky, 5 I I ! a His nomination means success in November for conservative, economical, progressive government. Past performance is better than mere promises for the future. What others promise to do for our schools, trade, agriculture, economy, reforms, etc., he has already helped to do In past years as a private citizen, as a member of the Legislature and the Constitutional Convention, as Lieutenant Governor and as Acting Governor candidacy for Governor. He is a candidate subject to the action of the Democratic Party. ALL COME TO HEAR HIM. sum Gossip About People A Brlif Mtntlon el lh Comlnji Going! by Thoic Vt Art .nlirciltd inJ Mr?. J. 1). Gulley Is in Lexington visiting her daughter. Airs. Dunn. Mrs. Krnma Higginbotham was a rvent visitor in the city of Lexington. Mr. Arthur Joseph has joined his wife in Ashville, N. C, for u vacation. Mil Jessie Heagle uf Hustonville is the guest of Mi's Carrie llelie Romans. Welhy Hurgin Potts of Alt. Sterling is here with his aunt Mrs. J. II. Soper. Mrs. C. W. Withers of J.exlngton is Will cut nil tlic hay on any ground over which 11 mower can he operatthe gucat of Mrs. J. W. Ilourne and ed. It's nn improvement over nil other mowers, and we nre here to family. prove it. W'e swear hy it. nnd just want you who nre thinking of getMisses Elsie anil Margaret Morrow ting n mower this season, to come in nnd let us show it to you. We were recent guests at Crab Orchard glad to give you their names Springs. have scores of satisfied users, nnd shall he and let them spenk for themselves. Mrs. Cleveland Hose has been visitYours, for n hig harvest, ing her mother Mrs. Ilelle Perkins In Stanford. Professor Henry Elliott of Shelby ville is here for a visit to his mother Mrs. J M. Elliott. Alesdames W. 11. Mason and W. K, The Square Deal House. Conk were in Danville shopping the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Witt were in Danville last week visiting Mr. James Croxton and wife. Mrs. Jennie Cotton and daughter. Miss Annie of Danville is the guest of Mrs. Ii. F. Hudjon. DAIN VERTICAL LIFT ' J. R. Mount, Son & Co. W. 0. RIGNEY Director and U!hY; Plume 18. Funeral Lancaster, Embalmer. 311. Residence Phone Kentucky. mm fy Diaw A Check for the money youov e and note how much more res- - ..,..l!t...s gnrd you. ra- - Miss Uessie Sanders has returned to her home in Richmond after a visit to Mi!s Ilessie l'rather. Airs. Aluriuh Kirby and sister Miss Katie Kinnaird have been in Middles boro visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ld Price were recent visitors of Dr. Samuel 1'. Grant nnd Mrs. (irant at Danville. Misses Kay and Florence Acton have returned from a visit to their cousin Mi Anna Martin of Danville. Miss Scotta Petty left Tuesday for a months vacation with relatives in St., Louis. Chicago and Decatur, III. .Miss Annie Powell returned home Sunday after several weeks visit to friends and relatives in Richmond. Alisses Elizabeth Gibbs, of near Lan- caster, nnd Elizabeth Estridge, of Paint Lick, are the attractive guests of Aliss Miss Marie Rallard is in Lexington Elizabeth Duncan. Anderson News. for n visit to Airs. Luther Foley. JuJge AI. D, Hughes, of Lancaster, Aliss Rertha N'orris of Vanceburghas was here Saturday. For many years been the guest of Airs. R. II. Ward. he was engaged in the newspaper Aliss Alabel lieagle ot Hujtonville is butiness, but repented and reformed here for a visit to Miss Alinnie Gulley. some time since. Danville Alessenger. Aliss Margaret N'oland, of Richmond, is visiting Air. and Airs. W, L. Lawson, LACKEY. Aliss Sallie Til'.ett is in Luxington for Again our little city .Has .been ena two weeks visit to Air. 2nd Airs. shrouded in gloom, und again we have Luther Foley. mourned with those who mourned at Airs. W. II. Ward and Aliss Jennie the taking away of a devoted husband, Ward were in Danville Thursday and father, eon nnd brother. This paper attended the Fair. has made mention several times of the Mrs. Emma Elkin of Fairmount, serious illness of Air. Goodloe Lackey, West Vn.. is the guest of her aunt. after suffering a third stroke o f paralysis he died at his home in Kansas Atrs. Susan Salter. City last Thursday morning. Mrs John Crutchlield fell at her home A!r. Lackey left Kentucky twenty-fiv- e on Richmond avenue und sustained a years ago to locate in Alissouri, severe cut on the face. having been connected with a mercanAliss Alargaret Cook accompanied tile house in Lexington several years Aliss Hope Gardner to her home in before leaving his native state. Louisville on Wednesday. To enumerate he kindly character Aliss Eunice l'rather is at home after istics of (joodloi! Lackey would be no a visit uf two weeks to relatives in small task. He was an exceptionally warm hearted, kind, civil, courteous Richmond and Lexington. and generous man,' noble by reason of Aliss Dorothy Roland hus returned to intrinsic worth as well ls by kindly her home in Lexington after a stay deeds. with Lancaster relatives. His affection for his parents and sisAliss Lillian Cochran has returned ter whom he left behind in Lancaster, fjr his mother from a delightful visit in Lexington, especially tho watch-carsince her widowhood has been a matter Richmond and I'aint Lick. of general admiration. Air. James H. Collier of Fork Ridge Resides his mother, Airs. D. AI. Tenn., is here visiting his sister. Airs, Lackey, nnd sister, Aliss Jennie Lackey U. D. Simpson and family. of this place, he leaves a wife and Air. Vir'ey Clarke has returnea from daughter, .Miss Alary, of Kansas City, a pleasant visit to friends in Lawrence- - and also Airs. Herbert Price, ot Danburg Ind and Cincinnati. ville. Ky, his eldest daughter. He was related to some of the leadAirs. Ann Robinson who has been ill at the home of relatives in Richmond ing Central Kertucky families, having been a great nephew of Colonel Rhodes was brought home Tuesday. Estill of Georgetown, and a cousin of Air. und Airs. Ollle R. Carpenter left the late James Caperton. of Richmond. Wednesday tor a months visit to rela He was also related to the Goodloe tives in Red Rock Oklahoma. families of Lexington. His death is a sad blow to his loved Aliss Maude Reynolds of Wildio is the attractive guest of her cousins, ones and the sympathy for those he leaves is as general as it is heartfelt, Alisses Rettie and Polly Reynolds. How true, how pathetically true are Mrs. Joanna Hull is at home after a the werds of the poet who sang; visit of several weeks to her daughter To the past go more dear faces .Mrs. Uohon Campbell of Stanford. Every ear. Air. J. U. Reid. who lias been con- - As the loved leave vacant places lined tu his home on Richmond Street, Every year. on account of illness, is some belter. Every where the sad eyes meet us Air. D. A. Thomas of Stanford and In the evening's hush they greet us .Miss Kathleen Walter of this city have And to come to them entreat us. Every year." been guests at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. R. K. McIEoberts was ville the past week. in Dane They like to do business with a man wuo hns an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. IT They know ln is doing business in n business like way. Hetter open such nn account even If your alralr an- - not large. Thcv will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that It is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with In a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. pre-paring Alisses Polly and Maude Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Green Lyons and little have been in Crab Orchard enjoyiog a Lyons ton of Frankfort are with Mr. visit at the home of Air. and Airs. J. parents, Mr. U. M. Lyons and wife. Have. Mr. C. M. l.vons wife und daughter Air. and Airs. Powell Duncan of Ilutel motored to Versailles for a visit Nicholasville were recent guests of to .Mrs. Lyon's mother, Mrs. Carpenter their daughter. Airs. Samuel HaseUen and and family. Dickenson LaVerne Misses Alias Alargaret Cook guve an enjoy Johnetta Fnrrii are recuperating by a stav with Mrs. J. W. Ilrown at Ruck-ey- e, able bay ride Tuesday night in compliment to her guest Aliss Hope Gardner of Louisville. Mr and Mrs. H. K. Swop of the Aliss Katharine Ronnie is at home Alsrksbury section ure visiting their daughter, Mrs, W. T, Dye in Casey after uVisit of three weeks to friends and relatives In Stanford, Hustonvllle county. und Danville. Miss Martha Kavanough und John Aliss Jane Rell of Nicholusville, and Gill Kinnaird, .Miss Nuncy Walker and to Richmond Aliss Nancy Woods of Lexington, are V. 11. Rurton motored here for a visit to Miss Alutti Adams for a short stay. on Danville St. . Misses Mildred and' Virginia Reazley Aliss Olive Dean, of Warsaw, Ky. ure at home after a visit of two wetks to Mrs. Wm. Jones of Winchhster and and a former teacher in the graded school here. Is the guest of . Air. and Mrs. James Ellison of Richmond. W, L. Lawson. Misses Nancv Walker. Edna and Airs. Following are clippings of the death of A. C. Lackey taken from Kansas City papers : Sometimes a bit of public service well done describes accurately the general life quality of the man who performs It. Air. A. G. Lackey, who died in Kansas City yesterday, had charge fortius city of the federal census enumeration of 1010. The work wasdone faithfully. with marked clliciency and modesty. And those line traits of fidelity, cllicien cy and modesty were characteristic nil his life of Mr. Lackey. The funeral of A. died at his home, Martha Kavanuugh were hostesses of a few friends at a 7 o'clock dinner at the homo of Judge Louis L. Walker" Miss Lillian Fierce, who has been visiting her sister, Airs, Oscar Ray, and other relatives in Garrard and Madison countits has returnod to her home in Louisville. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Elmore and bright little daughter, Elizabeth Eari Elmore will leave this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs, Robert DunWp Wanton at Shelbvville. Mr. and Mrs. Ranks Hudson and children of Danville came up for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Farnau and they all motored to the popular retort Crab Orchard Springs. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. worth li. Lackey, who tf West Thirty- seventh Street, yesterday morning, will be held at the home of W. S. Woods, 4319 Oak Street, ut 4 o'clock this afternoon. The active pajlbearerr will be H. U. Ennis, George Cooper. Leo Dun-laCopt. Dun Whiting, F. 1). Young and Frank R. Rigler. The honorary pallbearers will be Judge J. E. Guinotte, Dr. C. Lester Hall. W. F. Anderson. Air. and Mrs. Richard Rurton ot Robert Maxwell, Carlos Wing, I. N. Atlanta 111., who have been guests of Daniels, Frank Sebree, Milton Schwlnd the Misses Pruther have gone to Crab G, F. Hlakesless and George Davis. Orchard Springs for an outing. A. G. Lackey died early this morning Airs. Luther Foley and sons, Messrs of paralysis at his home, 8 WestThirty-sevent- h Street. He was CO years old Russell and Herbert Foley of Lexmo Air. Lackey had been conton, were recent guests of Aliss Sallio Sunday. Tillett and brother Air. Malcom Tillett. nected with 'the gas company since its orgunizanion and was active In RepubliMrs. E. H. Smith and bright little politics. In 1910 he was federal daughter, Annie Mae, of El Dorado, can census enumerator for tho Kansas City Ark,, are pleasant guests of Airs. district. Smith' parents, Air. and Mrs. S. It. Air. Lackey was born in Richmond, Henry. Ky., and came to Kansas City twenty-eigAirs. James A. Royston presided at a years ago. Previous to coming course dinner at her home in Hill Court here he had been postmaster of Marcomplimentary to Airs. Samuel Miller shall, Alo. He became associated with of Knoxville and Mrs. Wm Rogle of the late Hugh AlcGowrn in several enNew Orleans, terprises, an.org them the Barber As- p. ht phalt Company. Hecontinnedhiswork with the gas company until two months YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN ago, when his bear h failed. Air. Lackey Is survived bv his wife, two daughters. Airs. II. II. Price of Pot Mowers of all kinds for sale at, Danville, Ky., anJ Aliss AlaryG. Lackey Miss Alattie Estes. of Kansas City; his mother, Airs. Alary Goodloe Lackey, und u sister, Aliss If you want a house, let us build and Jennie Lackey, both of Lancaster, Ky. turn the key over to you. Funeral services will be ut the home tf. A. H. Rastin & Son. W. S. Woods, Air. Lackey's brothel-in-laof nt 4 o'clock tomorrow afterFor Renl. noon. They will be conducted by Dr. Four nice rooms, garden and half of Frank Arnold, pastor of the First Pres byterian Church, of which Air. Lackey barn. Apply to Carlton Elkin. d was a trustee, ilurial will be in For Sale. Cemetery. I otfer for sale my father's place at At his home in Kansas City- A. G. Lowell, Ky, consisting'of two houses Lackey died today, Thursday, July 13, and two acres of land, all necessary at 7 a. m. J. P. Huston, a brother-in-lagood orchard and imof the deceased, received the mes- provements. Will sell at a bargain if sage this morning from W. S. Woods taken at once. Ida Alae Hurt, Lowell Ky. another brother The telegram said the funeral would take place Friday at 10:39 a. in. OIL, OIL, ATTENTION Air. Huston went to Kansas City this Airs. Huston has been with afternoon. FARMERS. her sister for the past week. 1 can save you money, can Air. Lackey had two strokes of fill your paralysis about three weeks ugo and barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon has been in a critical condition since, and his death was not unexpected. capacity, at a low figure, and fill same Marshall was his home for a number with the best oil at low prices, saving of years and during that time he made you from $1 to ii. friendships that have strengthened If you cannot make arrangements with the years, nr.d many of our citi- through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil, Agent, zens will regret his death. Richmond Ky.. was the birthplace of J. W. Sweeney, Phor.e 152. Lancaster, Ky. A. G. Lackey, but part of his young manhood was spent in Lancaster, Ky., and he came to .Marshal from that FARM FOR SALE. place in 187S or '79; he was with the Farm containing 90 acres, three miles I. O. Striker dry goods house until 1SS3 postmaster north of Lancaster on the Lexington when he was appointed pike, well improved with good stock fill the unexpired term of here, to and all necessary out buildings, Leonard Wilson and was for barn with never failing sprincs and splendid the second term. young orchard in full bearing. Tho It was November 7, of ISii, 'that he residence contains ten rooms, with bath was married to the surviving wife, who and This other modern conveniences. was Aliss Vesta Cary, daughter of the has been mostly in grass for the past late Judge Lucian Cary of Kansas City. 14 years and is now ready to grow Two children survive the father, Airs hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in Danville, Ky., and Herbert Price of bluegrass, the balance in clover and Aliss Alury Lackey, who visited ut tho meadow. The desirable location, ferHuston home here this bummer. tility of the soil, makes this a most Those who knew Air. Lackey inti home. For further particumately knew best of his nobleness of desirable lars, apply to character and great worth. His well Alex West, Lancaster Ky. rounded life was worth while, in that 3 its lnlluences made tlii world better and happier. He was a devoted Krights PUBLIC SALE OF Templar and u member uf Missouri Commandery, No. 3ti, of this city. RICH FARM. Tender sympathy is extended to the wife and children in this their hour of On account of bad health. I will sell without by bid or reserve on triul nnd bereavement. AUGUST 10, 1915 nt 2 P. AI., "I Don't Fool Good" mv farm cf 4G acres, 2j miles west ot That is what a lot of peoplo tell us,' Harrodsburg on good pike. This is No. Usually their bowels only need cleansing. 1 land und highly improved, has 2 inexhaustable wells, new cistern, good will do tho trick and moke you feel fine. orchard, newly fenced all over. Has a Wo know this positively. Toko ono G room brick and frame house, 2 extra taught. Sold only by us, 10cent3.w large Hirches and pantry. New double R. E. McRoberti garage or buggy house, new hen house, coal house, meat house and dandy milk per ct. house and large stock barn 40x50 5 feet. All the buildings are either new or S Years 5 newly overhauled, all the land is in Loans made on real estate. If you gruss. 15 acres virgin soil and one of need cheaper money on long time, see the nicest and best homes in Central me about It. Ky and will be sold at the above date Elm-woo' -i 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 1- -2 r J G. R. Swinebroad. Lancaster. Ky. ahjn(!i conio and look and you will be convinced mat us a bargain for some one. Will gladly show any day prior to FOR SALE PRIVATELY. day of sale. If interested, address, The blue grass farm containing 249 R. U Todd, Harrodsburg Ivy. It R 3. acres and known as the John R. Henderor John I. Vanarsdell, audio neer. son farm, located one mile from Lowell of on the L. & N. railroad, mile from Fonso and from two to four miles of live good churches, and one und half mile of the Paint Lick ConLUNCHEON solidated schools. This farm Is well improved, having a residence of seven rooms, u large new stock barn, a five and acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and splendid well. A tenant house on COOLING DRINKS this farm of five rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern, The best watered farm in Garrard may be had at the county, with seven never failing springs and two large ponds and all in grass, except about forty acres. It is so SParfooi situated that it can be divided Into three small farms, if purchasers desire. Incorrorsttd For further information, write or call Kentucky. Danville, W. A. or S. C. Henderson, on, an,i IllaM ,hl. mm, .lur ,i , tivio; - Lowell Ky. or phone 357 13. Lancaster Ky, The Central fce.cprd, Thursday July 2S I9H Ai executor sate at Panama-Pacifi- c Marvelously Fulfills Every Pledge and Promise Made by San Francisco THE FOUNTAIN AT THE 3E International Exposition GLORIOUS INAUGURATION OF icr mr at In o'clock I Thursday, September 9tlt. (he following ofT Doty, on will of rint lavcll I property rittiatii n n. i fir iiiTrniUTimiiti rvnnniTinn HiiHiYIHTML-ITILIll CnrsHI IUIVHL. CArUOIIlUN I I THAT SYMBOLIZES THE BUILDING OF THE PANAMA CANAL WORLD'S GREATEST SUCCESS Fran-ctic- 227 acres of laud with fr room house, in Rood repair, 2 kxhI stock barns, 2 bnggy homes, ami all necessary out buildings. good fencing, plenty of water anil In cowl state Of cultivation. 1 pair of aged mules 78 ncres growing crop of corn, binder, mowing machine, cultivator, 3 wagon, wheat drill, hay INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATION ASSURES CONTINUED ITU an attendance for tho first week greater than ttio combined attcmlanco for the came period of the world's expeditions at Chicago and St. Louis, tho Panamad'acldc International exposition at ban has started on a career that the most conservative Judgments predict will break all records fcr exposition success. Tho exposition opened on February 20, 100 per cont complete structurally, and opened to an attendance of ono quarter of a million people. From every state of the United Btitcs and from tbe nations of tho world came critical visitors to pass on tho merits of the celebration that had been so widely heralded. They found nothing to criticize. Every claim made by San Francisco and tho exposition was fulfilled. It Is safo to say that not a single visitor went an ay disappointed. Tho result has been that the advertisement by word of mouth, and by letters home and to friends the most powerful form of advertisement has been given the exposition. In consequence tho transportation companies report a constantly Increasing booking for travel to San Francisco both by land and water. Exceptionally low rates have been given by tho transportation companies from all points within the United States to San Francisco, offering many people an opportunity that could not otherwise bo taken, of combining a pleasure Journey to tho exposition with a sightseeing tour through California and tho West. A feature of the exposition that lias called for universal comment Is tho "action" that marks exhibits, ciery exhibit capablo of operation by steam or electricity being shown In motion. A flood of Inquiries concerning rates and hotel accommodations has been received by tho Information bureau of tho exposition since the news of Its successful opening was flashed around tho world, all such Inquiries being given prompt attention. San Francisco and California aro fulfilling their host duties and living up to the reputation tho West has always had for hospitable treatment for tho stranger. rake, ruller, cutting harrow, drag harrow, 3 turning plows, double shovel and other farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale.' 1 1 ALEX DOTY, Exr. at same time ami place sell i8 acres of land located in front of 227 acre farm, with 4 room house, blacksmith shop, barn and other necessary out buildings, well fenced ami in high state of cultivation. I will also AI.KX DOTY. ComnsioneTs Sale Of Land. The labor that went Into the building of the Panama canal Is symbolized In tbe Fountain of Energy, by A. Stirling Calder. This heroic sculpture stands In the center lagoon of the three lagoons of the South Gardens and faces the mala entrance gates. The waters were first released on opening day, February 20, colncldently with the opening of the portals of the exhibit palaces and by tho same means: the electric spark transmitted across the continent when President Woodrow Wilson opened the great exposition at San Francisco by wireless. TOE "ZONE' TH AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 1 OAKHAM) ClItCl'lT COUNT. Maud Iloumount. el al, Plaintiffs, VS Nannie lldatley, et al. Defendants, HANDSOME 8IXTY-PAG- E SENT UOOK ON THE PANAMA-PACIFIINTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION Pursuant tu a judgment rendered hereFREE OF CHARGE TO ANY ADDRESS. in at the June Term, 1016, the underThose who are Interested in this great exposition may obtain free of charge a handsomely Illustrated signed Commissioner will sell at public book of sixty pages, reproducing the exhibit palaces In their natural colors and giving essential data about auction before the Court House door In Lancaster. Kv-- , at 11 o'clock. A. M., tho exposition, San Francisco, California nnd the Panama canal. To obtain this book send a letter to the on or therv-abuul- a Manager, Imreau of Publication. Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition Grounds, San Francisco, Calif MONDAY, JULY. !, 1016. tt being the first day of the Garrard Count Court Term, the real estate DURING A LULL IN THE OPENING DAY CEREMONIES mentioned In the pleadins ami describAT THE PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION ed as follows: In Garrard County, Kentusky, on Sotts Fork, adjoining the old With" am Tester Farm, supposed to contain four acres more or less, and i the same tract of land cot vejrd to Ituben Hay by eier Aniierson uy ueeii uaieu July -- I. l.k'J. and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Oltlce In Deed Hook No. 15, page 3X4".. and bounded as follows: On the North by the lards of Mike Hunolds, on the Kast by the lands of Hirge I'endletun. on the West by the lam's of N. K. Hogie. and on the South by the lands of Mike Hunolds. The iiurtse of this sale is to ili.tKi.n of the land indivisible and jointly owned bv the parties and to divide the proceed among the parties entitled to receive same. TF.HM8. This sale will lie made on ernlit of I six months and the purchaser will required to execute lond with approved I ecuritv for the purchate Price, due in 14 month.leriiig riper cent intertstper annum Irom uate until paid, navingth force and etfect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, parable tn W, II, Drown. Mauler Commissioner qt the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will 1m- - reserved upon the pronertv sold I until all the purchase money If paid. V. H. Hrown. M. l (I, C. C. I J. E. Hoblrson, Attorney for llalntitr. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GAHHAHl) (J. CIHCt'lT COUHT. ! r International exposition at San Through the center of the Zone, the amusement section at the Panama-Pacifi- c Francisco, runs a broad avenue three thousand feet In length. It Is not unusual for this entire avenue to be Jammed with entertainment seekers who are busy patronizing the ono hundred concessions on tbe Zone. An exact ductton of the Panama canal Is one of the popular and instructive features, there being a constant lino both day nnd .night of people eager to see the workings of the miniature canal The premier showmen of America havo aatvmbled here their finest offerings of amusement, edification and Instruction. E, THE HUB OF THE SCHEME AT THE PANAMA-PACIFI- C I ThTm IGHTY COulTrTHETVERS ARclilTTURAL INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION cribed as follows, In Garrard Countv. Kv. on the l.an. caster and Daiivillt Turnpike road and oounueu as ioiiows: Heglnning at a oint in the middle of the said road, WHEN A QUARTER OF A MILLION OF PEOPLE INAUGURATED new corner; thence leaving the road V. and line N 45 !" Sii THE VAST PANAMA-PACIFIINTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO polesrunning new v to a bucket tree on a small blurt; " masmmmmmmnrmmm ' thence S (li E ll.CU poles to a stone near u cedar: thence K 23 passing a sycamore at 11 oles, in all 12.12 Hles to a Hiint in the aforesaid road in lint to J. V. Cook, now W. H. Cook; thence with pike and Cook's line. N W 2S.CS poles to the beginning, containing Tho Panama-Pacifi- c International exposition was opened by a wireless spark, dispatched by President Woodrow Wilson at Washington, and caught on tho tendrils of a wireless aerial on thu lefty Tower of Jewels at the exposi tion. Instantly tho iower was released In tho mighty Palace of Machinery a id tho portals of tho exhibit palaces opened. Tbe scene la on the grand stand alter tno ceromonk'8 bad ended, Secretary of tho Interior Franklin IC. Lane, Gov. Hiram Johnson of California, Mayor James Ilolph, Jr., of San Francisco, ITcsldent C. C, Moore of tbt exposition and a notable group of visiting dignitaries being seen In animated discussion of tho epochal event, In the press box tho correspondents are keen flashing to the world the news that tho exposition had opened. it being the first day of the Carrard County Court Term, tht real estate tnentlonctl In Hie pleadings and des- I'lalntitT. VS. W. II. Parks, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at I the Jllrm TVrtn I'llf. ,1.. . . ... I Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lnncns-te- r, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or there kbouts, on MONDAY, JUL' JCth. 1U16. C Walker. '' C iy ii ' The nurtiose of this sale U In ft. the debt due by the ilefeidants to G. Walker for fftlli.otl with interest at the rate of six per cent nr annum from Jununrv 1 HUG. until imlil. i.rl,,. cipal and interest on date of sale amounting to Sftil.75 and ?Ml, the estimated cost of the iict'on. C 'I ho sale will nihil., mi u i.r.ti. ..t six montliH and the purchaser will be I reuuired to verniM l.nml l.ik u.......t security for the purchase price, due in ""'inns uearing six per unnum from date unt-.-iorcent interest l paid, having the force and tiled of a judgment utxui which execution may issue, payable to V. II. llrown. Master Commissioner of tho tiarraril rirrnlt t ,.i. . . null II t;u C " wu. will he reserved uiion all the property I sold until the purchase money is paid. W. H. IIHOWN, M. C, G. C. C. ti:hms. ' G. C. Walker, Attorney for tbe nnd two coat iha Pansma.Paclfle International exposition at San Francisco at somo time during their stay at aii .i.iinn exposition make their pilgrimage through the Court of the Universe. This 1b the largest court on tho ground Is the central radiating unit of tho architectural and ground plans. Noble sculptured groups embellish It, the Homeric groups the Nations of the East and the Nations of the West surmounting the giant arches at tbe and west portals. Uy night tbe beauty of tho court U enhanced by the flood lighting effects. Transportation reports show that every state in the United States and most of tho nations of tho world were represented In tho great throng of 250,000 people who Inaugurated the Panama-PacifiInternational exposition at San Francisco on February 20. This picture, showing tho mighty South gardens, gives a gjlmpso of a small of the opening day throng, In the first five days of Its progress tho exposition had an attendance larger than . . . . the combined totala of- the Chlrnun ami - imi. vi,UB..iUua uU .. St -.i .n.liinn. i.w wutiiiuea iu a ucgree to justify Dredlc- lions of the most spectacular success for the exposition. c frac-tlon -- ii ..i ONE HOP ftl BOURBON rOlilTRV CUBE The Central Record JtlUrson $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. UbrmriMt WihliMai. ELLIOTT Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night 'School COL HSK. Law. PTZSsssssI Take a J OOXPLETC TWO VSUH imLLJI. ltlkrwriMMMOvt.1. ftU h.ll 111". il.. !ljto Hirtt. I Twit 'ti jt f j ;irrlll"act R. E. r Tonight as a laxative morning McRobtrts " Inthe and down a chick's throat cures A ttn a drlnklac waterdrP" 'a and prevsnu cholera, cures dlsrrhoea andothercblck diteaies. One Wc bottle makts 11 gallons or medicine At all JruMt.ts. ttamplesad bouklct on "'Disease, of sent IfKKE. Bsnrtsa Itssitsy Cs. Uilsstos, 1 Sold b; McRoberls Drug Store PDtNEBAJfia, S, Uufills, Kr. J, R. Mount, Son & Co. Central Record, Th (irsaay July 22, 1915 Page 7 ft3 r i To buy every mule that vvill do for army use, 15-to 16 hands 1. If 4 kill tit m Tin I HT 111 A Jdd OFFICIAL KOT1C A 1 GAPDS.l OFFICE r. h- - the name ed ami of Pri-m- ii nil r; all pr-- . ir(.i EWtiw 'U.iot, '!t . tlliMi- - "i AtitJ nuly !' .iiituekv S . lion l'j of tli iJ(u.u,,. Klrtlluil I..1W. t - I i owin : r y to th clerK of th (iarrard County Court by the of Stale In (ha lame onler In which tn" wrr rtu. '. ii nomination jiapfri hive liperi flltil with leh I'Jnty Clrk. a I th .n which the namet .ill ti;i-- ar o rd ;t I'lflfl if I'llj A im 7t r lflt". Dr. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Offl Ph.n 5 l ltrMnc Ihone 41 I.ANi ASTKK, KY. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT For Commonwealth's Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY, of Stanford. high, five to 10 years old, weigh 1000 to 1200 pounds., want good, sound rugged mules. GENTRY-THOMA- S !y ' EMMET PUR YEAR, of Dnnville. Ky For Circuit Court Clerk. W. B. MAS0V. of Lincnjter. Ky Ky B. V. DEMOCRATIC PARTY. For Governor. A. W. A. DOTY, of Linraster, & FLETCHER MANN, LEXINGTON, K. 0 STANLEY, of Henderson. Ky OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ; Morrow, (irnlnute Opticlau 4 H. M. B0SW0RTH. of Lexington. Ky H. V. MeUiESNEY, of Frankfort. Ky. EDWARD .... Honakers REPUBLICAN PARTY For Governor. LATT F. MtLAUGHLIN. of Madisonville. Ky EDWIK' P. MORROW, of Somerset. Ky J. MeDERMOrr. of Louisville. Ky. Fine Cut Flowers. For Lieutenant Governor. LOVING W GAINES, of Trenton. K'y. JAMES D John M. McRoberts. BLACK, of Pnrbourville, Ky. .... H. W. A. BYRON, of Urooksville. Ky JAMES p. EDWARDS, of Prospect. Ky For Lieutenant Governor. Z T PROCTOR, of Litchfield J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuck? For Secretary of State. BARKSDALE HAMLET, of Hopkinsville. G. B. LIKENS, of Ky, Ky. Paint Lick. LEWIS L WALKER, of Lancaster. Ky GEORGE OSBORNE, of Russell. Ky. Hnrtfor.l. Ky DrW. E. McWiiliams Physician and Surgeon. i CHARLES W. MILL1KEN, of Louisville. Ky, D. E. MeQUEARY. of W. P. WALTON, of For Secretary of State. JAMES P. LEWIS. of Whitebur(2, Ky, I I Pine Knot, Ky Lexington. Ky A m An avtr.ii i si (fl.v.i i r1- - i ml" ',n i for oH,Talni(J iiihI iitnintmmnt! a F I en And ' Ford After Service for Ford Owners assures (lie continuous use of your car. In eery contingency there's a Ford drder near by. with a complete stock of ports. ' T. P. COLE, of Conip'on. Ky. I I CHAS. D. ARNETT. of West Liberty. Ky Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. For Auditor of Public Accounts. ROUT. J. W. COX. of VanceburjJ, Ky. t L GREEN, of Frankfort, k'y I I For Auditor of Public Accounts. ROY WILH0IT. of Louisville. John II. Casey, ! I II. V. .11. Ky, '. THOS. S. RHEA, of Russellville. Ky H. H. COLYER, of Richmond. Ky. JAS. H. ASHLOCK. of Glend'ale, Ky. J. M. PERKINS, of EH ED Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Office Cincinnati V. Veterinary new Barring the unfarwwi. well Uyr ut Konl cur nt relnfl lwlwn Augnit 1011 ami August 11)15 will receive frwn of the to ISO. hi b Konl Motor Company' profits. For Treasurer. FRANK P. HAGER.of Pnintsville. Ky CLAUDE B. TERRELL, of Bedford. Ky Frankfort, Ky CD ire Q EU LZ EDWARD A WEBER, of Fort Thomas, Kv, EH .. at College. B. Eurtcn's Sale Stable. NiKht Phone 211. For Treasurer. ROBERT L. MOORE, of Marion. Ky. $H; Touring Car $i!t; Town Car $?51. Sedan ittift, t. 0. t). D!trIt with nt npnpment. On display ami Runabout Coupele nil SHERMAN G00DPASTER, of Owingsville. Ky .. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals. ELLIS E. LAWRENCE, of Ashland. Ky ALVIN SIEGER, of Owenton. Ky J, A.&eazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR JAMES A. WALLACE, of Irvine. Ky. WILLIAM A. HUNTER, of Louisville. Ky THE MADISON IS XC iK GARAGE, 1V Richmond. Kenttnk;. . RODMAN W. KEENON. of Hnrrodsburg. Ky D Q ED ED . For Clerk of the Court Of Appeals. EAHL I. L. ;.;-C- OfHce Over National Bank. Residence fhone 3. Otlice Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. For Superintendent of Public Instructions CD V. 0. GILBERT, of Bowline. Green. Ky JOHN W. RAWL1NGS, of Danville.. Ky R. S. EUBANK, of C HUNIS.MAN, of Scottsville, Ky. , ED of Owingsville. Ky. ED ED For All Kinds of B. McGUIRE. of Beattyville. Ky ROUGH G. LUMBER, sue Lexington. Ky EU R. For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Stalistics. For Superintendent of Public Instruction ED P. GREEN, of Bowling Green. Ky. H.M. FROM AN, of Ghent. Ky of Lebanon. Ky For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and 0. GOX, Vlanse,Ky Otlice Hour,- R. D. TH0RNBURY. Safctv first ! Avoid the fire risk bv usinj: this fireproof, stormproof, and durable rooling. Last as long as the building nnd npvtr ncwl ronairs. MAT S. COHEN, of Lexington. Ky For Railroad Commissioner." Win. F. KLAIR.of Lexington. Ky JOHN E. NEWMAN, of Bardstown, Ky SID T. DOUTHITT. of New Castle. Ky. Q D Statistics. Phone JAMES W. RANKIN, of Bethlehem. Ky, 229. WILLIAM C. HANNA. of Cropper. Ky, SAM M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctor Of Denial Surgery. J. PATRICK, of Salyersville, Ky Ode. JEFF PRATER, of Salyersville. Ky Attest: M&rwe Butidltiguwt Hnrt & Autlev ou' urn Hurt Mare. LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY For Circuit Judge. For Sale by CHAS. C. FOX. of Danville. Ky . Dr. Wm.jD. Pryor( at Rainey s Livery Stabfe-Lancaste- Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., North 23rd St., Philadelphia. 50 CHAS. A. HARDIN, of Harrodsburg. Ky. IS COY Gar;ard Counly Ci urt. Veterinary Surgeoru and Dentist. Ollic HAMMACK A. J. llammack vUitl Eh Ham-mac- k Sunday. Mm. Mary llammack i not no well THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. ut this writing. Mr. Corb Manuel ha a very nick child with whooping couch, Mrs. Emmtt Clark vifitwl Mr. Menifee McQuerry. Satunlay. Miss Nellie Ilvazlcv lias been visiting relative for the past two weeks. Little Misses Jennie and Lizzie llammack visited little S. E. L. llammack Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arcb Miller were recent guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn and Mrs. C. W. Graves visited .Mr. Sam Fields and family at Keene, Sunday. Hoiktns are reMr. and Mrs. l're joicing over a 12 pound boy at their house, named Morris Denny. We had a card last week bearing the sad news of the death of one of our old friends Mr. Daniel Miller at New Ross, Imllui'H. Severe Attack Of Colic Cured. Capfrul A. It $50,000. J. E. STORM ES. Surplus Vic Pres't. b. C. 30,000. DENNY. Cashier. JENNY, President K. T JuuhY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlU., Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. D. Cochran. Stormei, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. Notice! Poultry Raisers fhnipM r,Mp. :s"c"0i:.'iooofr 1PR 4-11- -44 CURES I imherncck. Roud. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry totfiUwn, t!lUinKw.Mjymiil..tlikkluu.il. Mfg. lid GoiriMctd ky J. Robu Crume. hiiiUkli.ttU...Ma. Dro&lsti. Price 50c it til Ky. OLD OV E. E. Cross, who travels In Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely ill with colic. At the first store he came to the merchant recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Two Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. doses of It cured him. No one should leave home on a Journey without a bottle of this preparation. For sale by all R. E. McRoberts, DrugiJist. Lancaster, Ky. dealers. her cousin, Mr. Everett Dean of Little Hickman were the attractive A. T. Sanders sold a calf to John Hay guest of Mis Peachie May Sanders and brothers Puturday kml Sunday. for S8o. Uurnett Lamay who has been quite sick it reported rnuth better. Best Diarrhoea Remedy. Rev. T. Ball fSHl his regular If you have ever used Chamberlain's at Scott Fork Sunday. Colic. Clioltm and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr. Peachie (.row is the guest of you know that it in a success. Sam V. her sUter Mrs. Marv Eaett-- this week. (lUin, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had Walden Ilrm.. sold a head bucher measles and got caught out in the rain, cattle to Mr. Rubl of Ueuna Vista and it settled in my stomach and bowels. I had an awful time, and had it not price 0 cts. ' R. Bruner returned last week from Uen for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 1 poa-- I Laurel Co., with a large bunch of sheep and Diarrhoea Remedy could lot sibly have lived but a few hours longer and cattle. but thanks to this remedy, 1 am now A small crowd from this place went well ami strong. For sale by all deal fo High Bridge Sunday on the excursion ers. boat Bertha M. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearen entertained quite a number of friends last lounly Court Days. Saturdny night. Richmond, 1st. Monday, Sanders Bros , delivered SO lambs at hogs at 7 cts to V. Paris, 1st. Monday. 7, cts and A. Lear last week. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Miss Stella Ford Ray of Ilyattsville Lexington, 2nd. Monday. returned home last Thursday after a Stanford. 2nd. Monday. visit to her sister, Mrs. Porter Wearen Shelbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Mi. sea Leota Rav and Hess Layton Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. were the attractive guests of Miss Danville, 3rd. Mondp. I'eachie May Sanders last Sunday night Lawrenceburg, 3rd, Monday Miss Tommie Ray of Teaters- Little NIcholasville, 3rd. Monday. week-enville was the guest of her Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. friends, Margie and Kate Alice Wearen. Somerset, 3rd. Monday, Air. and Mrs. Buther Preston and Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. childre'n of Mt. Hebron were pleasant LANCASTER. 4th. Monday guest of Jule Lamas and fumilv Satur Winchester, 4th. Monday. night and Sunday. day Monticello. 4th. Monday. Miai Hester Dean accompanied by Versailles, 4th. Monday. r ' 0 d Vihcn yoa feci cu U icrta from let us :ay il Kentucky" Our Adv;:o Is: . constl-Jistto- s, Sofci do not relievo jou, soo a physician, because no other bono remedy will, HARRY JACOBS Manufactuier and Dealer in High-Clas- s. oaly by ls, R. E. 1 3 cans. Mcnojriu Monuments. L. 8c N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. VKUt "K. Original Designs and Prompt SerConvice. Guaranteed Quality. nections et all Granite nnd Marble Quarries. Oifice and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 1(14. 1 No 10; 5n'u a. m. To Maysville, ronnectitiK at Richmond Stanford, Kentucky. with I, & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, .Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71: saw h. m. To Rowland & jtanford connecting L & N to all points South STRAWBERRY at Rutland, PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees the remarkable No2S; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Our first ofTerintf of No 70; It M a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. Mammouth Pearl Potato Lawn ani No Afits. Orchard. No 27; 2:00 p. m. Garden. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethto.wn & Bowling Write for free Catalogue. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Everything for Springtield. fast No 0; B:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to Bristol & Atlanta. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. 1841. 1915 aMS 1.- -. - ... . ...... - .-- imi rtffiMinrwir--rrfciMr- t y -j - .. . r . ...'-,.1- i; J Page 8 (Advertisement.) The Centra! RecoTfd, Thursday July IT THE DEAD MAN'S WILL 291W? sa -- n. rj- WHO IS A DEMOCRAT? Stanley's Slate. j2 The following Is from an open letter appearing in the and states things clearly, "Mr. McChctney Is the only hope of t the temperance people, either In the ' Dfinocratic primary or In Hit- - final election, being the only one who is run ning 'or Governor who has advocated, without qualification, an) Ndvance leg' Illation for the temperance cautc. lie is a Christian gentleman, who takes an Interest in his church, being the superintendent of a Sunday School in Frankfort and an active church R. S. EUBANK worker. He did not, therefore, advocate State THE CHAMPION OF wide Prohibition for the purpose of running for Governor, for he has al THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ways been In favor of temperance legislation: but he is trying to become Mr Eubank Is making the race for Governor In order that he nay have Superinnomination to the office of mo.-weight in advancing the cause. tendent of Public Instruction, subject Everybody knows that the sentlmer.t to the action of the Democratic party in Kentucky is overwhelmingly In favor at the Primary on August 7th. He Is of the elimination of the Liquor Tralllc being strongly supported by the Educa-tor- s Therefore, from our Commonwealth. of the State because of his keen If the temperance people will vote their broad experience, and observation, sentiments and not allow the Whisky sympathetic understanding of their Trust to muddy the water so that they because problems; and by the people cannot see the right thing to do, Mr. they recognize that he, as a private McChesncy will surely be Governor. citizen, has done more t develop the He is the only Democrat running for common schools and to take them out Governor, because he is In favor of of politics than any other man in the submitting a constitutional amendment State. As alitor of the feoutnern to a vote of the people in 1917, prohib School Journal, he hns had a wide ntiflinp. nnrf has been instrumental in iting the Liquor Tratlie in Kentucky, His opponents object to this. nhnnlnir nublic opinion in school mat They explain their position by saying in He l the 'Veneral referee" that Mr. McChesney is not a Democrat. educational affairs In Kentucky. If your dictionary does not say the word "Democrat" means "the people OO.en..OC..nMMMtfS.000IM ruling", then a great many Democrats ! FARMER'S COLUMN have been under the wrong impression for u Mr. McChesney simply wants the people to rule on this question. touoi j j i mi mmii in His opponents da not. .i..... k.mu th.a hv.rttnr la fnr the tficln Which is the Democrat7 ITe uc otourMrmeriubfCrllwri. and if tor the iIe at flock. (im ana men mint on The object of this letter is t6 ask you (arm at Ine armer cauuot anora to aaier to look around in your neighborhood will J .fCMlted OfCf JDQI 1.. Vn nnlli line., aod will beonljln two twin ot the and arouse the temperance people to the fact that they are contending with cord, frvr ofcnarfie the same people and the same argu Lee Murphy, of Boyle, said 18 bead ments that have been used both in the of cattle to J. D. Whitehouse for an Loct I Option and the County Unit average of $32.50 a head. campaigns; namely, distillers, liquor dealers and the Whisky Trust personal Mr. Joe I'ollard of Markabury, has a liberty, confiscation and taxation. six year old Jersey cow with heifer Now, we know these people so well. Joe says she is he wishes to sell. calf arguments and the county and he will and we know their the best one in the answers to them so well, that It would sell her worth the money. be a reflection on your Intelligence for Mr. J. G. Bumside, of Point Leavell, me to answer them here. You can see your duty plainly from recently sold 60 thorough bred Keutucky Red Berkshire hogs to E. Woods, of the above, and I hope you will heed This what I have to say. I believe, verily, Paint Lick for 8 cents a pound. is said to have been the best bunch of that if Mr. McChesney is defeated. hogs sold in the county this year. They then we stand a chance to lose every were about 8 months old and averaged thing we have gained in the temperance light of a decade. little over two hundred pounds. The race Is between Stanley and Mc ti I e --.- J,Z (Copyright, MS, W. U. Chapman.) br 8eton Manning found that ho had not solved tho problem ot death by dying, any more than he had solved that ot life by living; but alter tho first Bhock of tho chango had passed away ho was conscious that In certain ways he had acquired Increased 'artlcularly In. this: that whereas In earth life he had only read tho past, now ho could read the future also. He saw the shadows cast upon the screen of time, aa events ripened and destiny prepared Itself. But since man has free will, nothing was actually foredesttned that could not bo changed. It afforded Manning Infinite amusement to watch these phantom episodes prepare themselves only to scatter before the will of their object. Naturally, Manning's first thought was for bis own. He projected him' self by power ot will to tho scene of his earthly home. He saw the stately old house where he had lived so many years, the arbiter of the small town so ciety, with his adopted daughter Leila. He glanced wistfully at the old place, and, though the remembrance was dim and dreamlike, he was conscious ot an Intense longing to be back again In the earth life. But when ho sought for Leila he could not find ber, anywhere about the old place, and tbero were strange, unknown faces there. It was not until be bad concentrated all his will In a supreme effort that ho found Leila. She was dressed simply in block, for Manning bad been dead only amonth, and she was seated In a parlor ot a second-clas- s boarding house, listening to a fussy, elderly gentleman who addressed her. "You see. Miss Leila, the will was Invalidated by the fact that your bono- factor wrote ot you as 'my daughter," the lawyer explained. "I told Mr. Manning that he would have to draw up another will, because the phrase was Incorrect, but he did not do so, and consequently the property passed to his brother." His brother! The last person on earth whom Manning would have wished to Inherit the estate. He burned with Indignation for a spirit retains all the emotions that actuated it In life. Buttle had been annoyed with Leila because she was in love with Carden Hughes, a young physician ot the village, a recent graduate ot a medical college. He had no objection to Hughes himself, but he was almost a pauper, and the peremptory old man felt that the young doctor was presumptuous In raising bis eyes to Leila. So a bitter quarrel had ensued, and Manning bad ordered Hughes from the house. "I shall obey you, because it Is my duty, father," Leila had said. "But I shall never marry anyone but Car den." The old man bad watched ber with secret remorse. He had gone quietly away and made a new will, leaving everything unconditionally to Leila. He knew that be had not long to live, and he meant her to marry her lover. He had the will witnessed at the little country hotel which he frequented, a hundred miles away In the mountains, and be left It In the drawer of an old desk there which he used. In the astral realm matter Is so plas tic that there one becomes and creates anything one wants to. No sooner had Manning willed Leila to dis cover the will than the whole se quence of events unrolled before his discovered tho eyes. The document, learned the identity of the signer, and hurried Into the town to apprize Leila a lawyer. There fol lowed a bitter quarrel over tho validity ot the will, after which Leila found herself again In possession ot the Mistress ot broad acres, wealthy. she was at once made the object of fervent courtship on the part ot many young men. But It was Tom Staple-towho won her halid, while her lover, Hughes, afraid to put his fate to the touch until he had accomplished more In the world, stayed away, and let Leila think he had ceased to care for her. So she and Tom were mar ried. Children were born to them. The estate, growing continually smaller, was sold at last to pay Tom's game bling debts. In their old age the received Leila and Tom, and their children grew up Ignorant of their parents' names. That wouldn't do. Manning swept the cobwebby structure away. wholo Tbero must be a better fate for Leila. For days be haunted her, trying to tell her that the will waa In the desk, but each time that he got In touch with her mind the sceno arose aga'n upon the screen ot time. And then Manning realized that It was best that Leila should never know. One evening he projected himself Into the shabby parlor, to discover e with a young Leila seated man Carden Hughes, Their chairs were drawn up very close, and their hands were Interlinked. "You see. Miss Leila," Carden was saying, "I do bear a good deal ot toward Mr. Manning for leaving yon in this predicament And I feel that, under the circumstances, I can ask you to share my life. Will you, Leila, dear?" And Manning realized the sudden blending ot two spirits still In tho kiss that followed. n poor-boustete-a-tetflesh-boun- u:i 111 II 11 t 11 III County. II 111 II lUsil II MM Lillll I A II H llll II I ill I R. M. ww Iff asm mm mg : v. That time we have sold as many as any whole year previous. EVERYONE SHOULD SEE THE ARNOLD We also make a specialty of Painting and Repairing. We want your business. Arnold builds the best Buggies sold in Garrard The number of sales prove it. Up to the present BUGGY BEFORE PURCHASING. n 1IUU II 11 ARNOLD, S For Infants aod Children A 11111 : CYzL R. I M. DANVILLE, CASTORIA In Use For Over 30 Years I I KY. JllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIMIIIIIIIU Time Table. Southern Rail Road, Danvi le. Ky. North-houn- to. What Causes Tuberculosis? long-tim- iiif'rp"T Chesney. Readily Paid. Stanley is backed and stands for the One thing about the wages ot sin is Liquor Traffic and the Liquor Trust. that a man doean't bare to go to law McChesney stands for Statewide to collect them. the Peculiar Vaccination. Until the year 1S74 Japanese doctors vaccinated their patients on the tip of the nose. Fishermen's Guide. The pilchard fishermen of Cornwall watch the movements of satinets; for as soon as they see a flock tbey know that a shoal of pilchards Is at hand and get their nets ready. By their flight they know whether the fish are at the aurfa-.- or deep down. Damagi e Cone by Lice, There are many species ot plant lice. One of them Is familiar as a destroyer of rose bushes. Another, known aa the "green bug," attacks the wheat plant, In 1907 It devoured the equivalent of over one thousand lion loaves of Following this statement, the Gleam r Texas and Ok- lahoma alone. makes a bitter attack upon Mayor Buschemeyer, the city administration and the Democratic party in Louisville, Centenarians. The countries having the greatest and says that Stanley's friends will try number of people 100 years old, or to "defeat every Buschemeyer candiLouisville Post." more, are as follows, In their rank: date in Louisville. Bulgaria, France, Great Roumanla, Can He Be Trusted to Be Governor. Britain, Germany, United States. Bul"During his futile campaign for garia, with 4,000,000 population, baa 2,300 centenarians, while our country, United States Senator last year, A. O. with 100,000,000, can show less than Stanley, the candidate of therankestof one hundred centenarians. the whisky people of the state, mutilat ed two letters sent out from the ollice League of Kentucxy, of the Anti-Salootaking paragraphs from each away from their setting and placing them to gether so as to make them appenr to be parts of the same letter, and, with comments to complete the deception, made us to appear to have said of two men what we had said of other two men, and they printed and used this de- Prohibition and the elimination of Liquor Traffic from our State. Which do you want!" "Much interest has been aroused by in the Henderson the publication Gleaner of an authotized Interview from A. O. Stanley, naming the men he is backing, and announcing that James P. Edwards is making his fight Mr. Stanley for him in Louisville. said in the Gleaner upon this subject. "On the State ticket I want to see the men who are working hard for my election elected withine. Jim Edwards (candidate for Lieutenant Governor) will carry the city of Louisville for me. Bob Green candidate for Auditor). Sherman Gooduaattr (candidate for Treasurer), and Alvin Steger (candid ate lorUlcrK ol the uourtot Appeals, are my friends. They are clean, Who men honorable are fighting Haley 8 machine and will assist me in every way in a constructive STOP AT OUR ception extensively state. throughout the GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Complete Frestollte Service. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. Information hns come to us tnat both last year and this, Mr. Stanley has used it In his addresies in the state. and one of the statements he is making In his campaign for Governor is based upon the infamous deception which he and ma neauquarters wrought and used last year. We confess that, at first, It mode us mad for about of second, but then o'jr mad turned to pity We shall not and commiseration. undertake to match in kind the reckless, conscienceless false things he Is saying, We need not be surprised, however, at his course, for this gentleman wants to be Governor, and there are not enough liquor people to nominate him, so he is lust compelled to fool a laree number oi t'roniDiiionisis to give mm a plurality of the Democratic votes at the primary II tie is to get tne nomination August 7, Having no argument, he seems to think that, by slander, untruth and vilification, he can shake the confidence of the people in others; and that, if he can injure thejr reputation, he has ele vUd himself." The American Issue. iilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlr. Always bears uio 'No. 10 Cincinnati Kxprcss, HEBE can be no tuberculosis without tho germ, the tubercle' j signature of I dally 4:30 a.m. bacillus. Wlietlicr tlio disease nppenrs in me mugs, iu mu N'o. 4 Spe- hand, in tho hips, or in the eye, it is the satno germ that always clal, dally G:08 a.m. causes it. No. 28 tllae Grass Special, Looking at it from another way, however, the germ of tuberou-- 1 dally except Sun 0:03 a.m. losis can never cause the disease unless the soil has been prepared for t No. 14 Carolina Special, it. It is as if the germ were the seed and the body were tho soil, j daily 7:00 a.m You cannot raise wheat on ft hard, cobblestone pavement nor can you No. Express, daily 1:35 p.m. grow corn on n boardwalk. Neither can you grow tuberculosis from No. Umltcd, germ which causes the disease, on a soil which is the tiny plant-lik- e dally C:'.'0 p.m. hard and resistant. The tissues of the body iu which tho disease is No, 12 Royal Talm. dally. .C:37 p.m. to develop must first be weakened and made flabby and prepared for the growth of the disease somewhat as tho farmer prepare his soil Should be Engraved ot No. & Local Kxpress, before sowing his seed. Embossed nowadays. dally 11:05 a.m. prepare the soil for the growth of tu-- 1 What are the causes that No. 11 Royal Palm, daily.lt :20 a.m. berculosls germs in the body! There are first of all, a group of It reflects good taste and No. 1 New Orleans Limcauses which lie within the individual himself, which we may call , ited, daily 11:35 a.m. Aat once creates a favorable personal causes. Some of them may be controlled by the individual No. 13 Carolina Special, and some of them are beyond his control. Take such causes, for eximpression. dally 10:15 p.m. ample, as intemperancelack of proper food, a weakened physical i No. 3 SpeSuppose you come and see condition caused by grippe, colds, pneumonia, measles, typhoid fever, cial, dally 11:35 p.m. etc., these aro some of the personal causes which prepare the soil i the many beautiful samples No. 9 Florida Spefor the tuberculous seed. Then there is alio another group of causes ' we have and get our prices. cial, dally which are entirely outside of the individual and which we may deiig-- 1 ll:.r 2 p.m. No. 27 lllue Grass Spenate as environmental or social causes. Some of these are, for ex-- 1 'I'M 13 cial, daily except ample, bad living and working conditions, lack of play and recreation Sunday, arrives. 8:15 p.m. facilities, unclean streets, etc. Central Record. For rates, routes and Information These two groups of causes may either separately or altogether, act upon one so that his normal strength and vitality, which we call call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, agent; 'phone 310. resistance, is lowered and he readily becomes a prey to the disease germs which are constantly lurking about and which he may be harboring in his body without knowing it. Let us consider some of these causes a little more in detail. Of the personal causes that lead to tuberculosis, probably intemSPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION perance may be reckoned ai one of the most important. By intemindulgence that inperance is meant everything in the way of self jures the body. One may bq intemperate in eating and by partaking of too much food may" produce permanent digestive disturbance which weakens tho bodily resistance. One may be intemperate in the use of drugs or in other ways, thereby weakening tho bodily resistance. The most frequent form of intemperance, however, is the use of intoxicating liquors. Any man who drinks beer, wine or whiskey ROUND TRIP FROM JUNCTION CITY to excess is preparing the soil of his lungs for the seed of tuberculosis. tuberculosis among men This ia the reason why the mortality from SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i3S A. M. and women who are accustomed to drink is so high, much higher according to reliable statistics than among people who do not uso intoxicating liquors. AtU TlcU.t Aftnt for Particulars Many children from the time they are born into the world are doomed to starvation. Other people because they like candy, pie, s II. G. KING, Pasi'r anJ TliLet Agent and cake better than meat, bread, and vegetables, are starving willfully. This undcrfeedinc or lack of proper food will as 101 East Main St., Laxlniton, Ky. surely prepare the soil for tuberculosis as if one deliberately set out so. to do Many people have a notion that if they havo apparently re-- 1 covered from a bad cold or an attack of grippe or pneumonia, there j is no further danger and they are perfectly safe. Oftentimes tho most dangerous period in an acute disease is during the few wecki I OKCANIZIW l.V.Vj. immediately after the patient is able to be up and about. It is during ' this time of convalescence that the seeds of disease will find a suro If resh air, good food, rest, and right root if special care is not taken. living are the best safeguards against tuberculosis during a time OK LANCASTKJL KY. s of many diseases can be avoided if the j such as this. T" persist in taking care of himself just the Capital patient will continue to same as he did when he was in the bed and under the doctor's orders. ! II. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vlc Prest. Then there nrc. those causes of tuberculosis which are entirely W. O. P.iGNEr, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jiu, outsido of the individual such as bad housing conditions. Dark rooms where the sun never shines are among the best breeding places posW. F. CHAMP. Cashier. sible for the germs of tuberculosis. Here they thrive in great quan Is the very backbone of every tities and it is nlmost impossible to dislodge them. Dark, filthy hallsuccessful business. We regard jour co ways, unclean sinks, and dirty backyards and toilets nro also menaces operation as a nrcessaiy factor in our success. to the health of those who live near them. Many a man can improve We hope you apeak u good word for us if w Klve youcood scrvict. little effort if he will take the time to do so. these conditions with a If you linj our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor housing conMore often, however, it is the landlord's fault that the upon us by telling VS. It ia our business and our pleasure to imditions nre not better. prove our system wherever we find a weak spot. Low wages, long hours of work, dark unventilated factory rooms, excessive heat, and dusty occupations are only a few of tho conditions which make it easy for the seed of tuberculosis to attack the working man. Tho lack of proper places for play and recreation, which makes n mnn go to tho saloon nt night instead of into the park or playground, Is a social cause lending to tuberculosis. Thcso social causes can bo fought only by the united effort of th'o men and women of the community. Individuals can help but It' tatcs all shoulders at the wheel to produce effective results. In conclusion, remember that the soil must' be right before the eed of tuberculosis can grow, and that yon can contribute much towards keeping the soil of your body In sucH condition that no germs will find a root there. NOTE This Is th Third of a 8rfes of Five Articles Prspartd by The T Personal Stationery South-boun- CINCINNATI and RETURN Sunday, August 1st $1.50 them-selve- J , I 'We Citizens National Bank Surplus $45,000. after-effect- $50,000. WANTED W. B. Army Horses and Mules Si National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, New York City. K). Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me are troubled with heartburn, gases and after eating take a d r rmnl -- If You iiiiJBBII Shown at Itoman's Opera House Each Monday Night at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. Uituro ami after each meal and .you will j vua urouip t relief. Bold only.by u25ej R. E. Burton, McRob.rU Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky.