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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 29, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915072901_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 29, 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. (fENTRkL RECORD. PURE RELiaiOh, UN1ARKISUED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERXMES1. TWUKTT SiSYIA. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 29, 191 5. ADJUDGED INSANE. CLUB MEETING. Charley Hurt, of Paint LIck, aged 21 The Commercial Club meets tonight what years was tried before county Judge In the Police Court room. This Is an We have several men in this town Arnold last Saturday morning and ad- - Important meeting and all members who put 'ait' In city. It takes several juugeu insane iiy a Jury or six men. and others Interested should beptesent. to do It. He was committed to the asylum at Remember tonight at Romans Opera Lexington. House, Thera Ilara In, "A Fool Then- iou have to he a citizen in order to Was. " Six excellent films. otc, hut you have to do n good deal CAPT.JACK HARDING DEAD. more than vote to ho a citizen. A town n NUMBiF. 17. Politics make strange bedfellows. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call. at a girl, ita wonderful little fixing up will do for her. ( Special Clearance (( The TizrizELVL for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks .(. ru ANOTHER "FOX" TREAT !"a fool THERE WAS" 5 Robert Hillard's Greatest Success from Kipling's Poem, "The Vampire, Thera Bara, as the Vampire. ft Following an illness of Rrlght's ills ease, Capt. Jack Harding died at his home In Pleasurevflle last Saturday morning. He was a prominent farmer and stock breeder and a lawyer of Everything is getting higher except ability, having served as attorney for my opinion of you and your opinion of the I. and N railroad for the past thlr me and the neighbor's opinion of both ty years. He was a brother of Hon, of us. Robert Harding of Danville. It was rather amusing last Monday Mc to hear the friends of Bosworth, RESIGNS. Chesncy and Morrow compliment thi FA peech of McUermott. What did it Mr. 11. C. Hamilton who has had the TV mean except to draw strength from local agency for the National Life Stanley. Insurance Company for the past six years, resigned this agency last week Editors as a rule are kind hearted to take effect August let Mr. Hamil and liberal. An exchange tells of a sub ton Is one of the best Insurance men scriber who died and left a fourteen In the state and will probably accept years subscription unpaid. The editor the agency of another good company ppeared as the ltd of the coffin wasbe soon, several of which he has under screwed down and put In n linen duster, consideration at this time. inermometer, a palm leal ran and a receipt for making ice. FOIl SAI.E:-Tw- o 1913 Hariey-Ua- v INFORMATION WANTED. Idson Motorcycle', In drat class condi tion. Apply at this office. All persons holding bonds against the Citv of Lancaster are asked to notify F. G. Hurt. City Clerk, as to the amount and date of maturity of these bonds. ALE on BUNCH OF BOOSTERS. 3 REMEMBER IT'S SIX REELS. TO-NIGH- T, 29TH 4 Two Comple Shows. "TRY TO GET IN" No Raise In The Prices. On the back page of this Issue op pears an article by W. I'. Marsh of I.awrenceburg who has been here everal days advocating equal suffrage ml arranging for Miss I.aura Clay to peak here.. Miss Clay is one of th most prominent advocates of equal suf frage in America, a forceful and speaker, and a good crowd hould here her spenk at Roxans Opera House Saturday afternoon. W, 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Sixty roads, totalling 500 miles in length, are being improved under State aid at the present time, or the plans have been approved ready for the letting of the contracta. Bourbon nty has completed State aid work on the Masville pike, the second to be finished In the State. Woodford county's Midway pike was the first. Work began Monday on the Stadford pike in this county. THIS WEEK'S FAIRS. The following fairs will bo held in Kentucky this week: Harrodsburg, July four days, Winchester, July 28 four days. Bersa, July 29 three days. GOOD FARM. . $ There Is advertised In this issue of the iiecord the sale of the old Scott place near Buena Vista. This Is one of the best farms in the State for stock or general farming. OFF FOR HARRODSBURG. Draw A Check for the money you ov e nnd note how much more res- A good delegation from this place is taking In the Harrodsburg fair this week, which began Tuesday and will close Friday. Great preparations have been made and a good fair is assured. pectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with n man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank & MIGHT WIN BOTH. Trust Go. busiress like way. Better They know ho U doing business in open such an account wen If your affairs are not large. They . wilt irrow all right. In printing the I'erryville catalogue. through mistake It announces Matt inCohen for Railroad Commissioner stead of Commissioner of Agriculture. Matt is so darn popular he is liable to win both nominations. EMMET PURYEAR SICK. The Garrard Bank IjMijjjrapana'afM & Trust Company J ilfiJilSfSil For Hitfli Grade On account of illness, Hon. Emmet Pur) ear was unable to attend court here last Monday, but Ills friends took advantage of the1 situation and put In some good licks for him. At this writing we hear he is much better, STORMES DRUB STORE 5 Leads. House Paints and Oils. EXPENSE. The heavy rain that fell in this county trt) weeks ago did immense HEAVY damage to the bridges throughout the county and it will prove quite an expense to repair them, while in some places they will have to be replaced entirely. DULL COURT DAY. Wednesday morning about nine o'clock the biggest bunch of boosters that ever struck this town, drove up in forty-fou- r automobiles, one hundred and fifty strong, headed by a big brass band and Niwt Bright, all of Henry county and boosting the nomination of Hon. Sid Douthitt for Railroad Commissioner. It was the best advertising stunt we have ever een pulled off and speaks well for the Henry county man and his popularity. They will tour the entire district. Mr. John W. Walker, formerly of this county, was un enthus- RUNAWAY HORSE. astlc leader, together with Hon. E. A. Gullion, editor of the Henry County Last Friday afternoon a horse be' Local. After a stay of one hour in the longing to II. C. Ford and attached to city they left for Harrodsburg, where his rural mall wagon, beer me frighten they will attend the fair in a body. ed In the alley at the rear of the Post They were all gentlemen and live wires. Office and bolted across the street and landed bottom side up in front of Seale's barber shop, after having comAN IMPORTANT OFFICE. pletely demolished the large glass of Judge John E. Newman of Bards-towthe tonsorial office. No one was hurt who is seeking the Democratic and the horse escaped with only a slight nomination for Railroad Commissioner cut on its head. in this District, has made a very unique and systematic campaign. He has visited practically every town, village, WHITE SOX WIN. and crossroads store in the District, The Louisville White Sox. a fast and the voters have been deeply imcolored ball team defeated the Lancas pressed with his demeanor, and his ter Eclipse team In two well played splendid qualifications to meet and disgames here on Monday and Tuesday, charge the duties of this important The Louisville team played well to otlice. In addition to this personal visgether and the Lancaster team did itation, he has written a letter to prac well to get as good short end score as tically every voter in the District, setthey did. Both games were hitting ting out in a becoming and modest way, contests, the pitchers being touched up his qualifications for this office; and lively at all times. The scores were their is every reason to believe that 12-and 15-1when the polls close on Saturday the 7 th day of August, he will show a handHAGAN-ARNOL- D. some majority over both his opponents. The people of the State have reason Miss Ella Mae Hagan of this city. to congratulate themselves in his pros and Mr. Walter Arnold, of Bryantsville pective victory, for it is quite certain went to Danville on last Friday acd that noman has ever held the office of were united in marriage at the home of Railroad Commissioner in this State, Rev. II. C. Garrison, that gentlman who possesses qualifications superior officiating. The bride is the attractive to those of Judge Newman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hagan while the groom is a prominent young farmer of Bryantsville. The Record $75.00 FINE. joins with friends in wishiig them a The last two or three years have seen long life of success and happiness. a remarkable impetus given to the movement of stocking the fields and SEND IN THE NAMES. streams of Kentucky with fish and Bowling Green MessenHarry Ware is offering $3. worth of game, says the ger. During the present year alone chips for any one that will sugtrade great quantities of ring-nec- k pheasants gest a name suitable for his new soft and Mexican quail have been put in the drink and luncheonette room which he fields, and reports from various sections has recently opened in the Romans' of the state say that the pheasants re Opera House building. This contest cently imported from England are will close Saturday and the name will hatching out their young and giving De announced by a committee at the every indication that they will increase Opera House next Saturday night. rapidly. The State Game and Fish Send in three names to this office at Commission has announced that more once, as only one person is allowed to quail and pheasants in large numbers suggest three. will be imported in Kentucky and will be placed in various sections of the McDERM0TT SPEAKS. state. Whether Kentucky will again become noted for abounding in game Lieutenant Governor McDermott, and having streams full of fish will spoke In thje Interest ot his candidacy however, on the part the citizens for the Democratic nomination for Gov of Kentucky take in protecting our fish ernor at Roman's Opera House on Mon- and game and seeing that the laws day. Mr. McDermott spoke largely made for the protection of the birds upon the issue of local option and State and fish are rigidly enforced. wide prohibition, contending that It is a fine of $75. to shoot one of Prohibition Campaign was ring-nec- k pheasants and as quite a being used merely as a vote catching the number have hatched out in Garrard scheme and contending that the County recently it is well to bear this in mind, Unit Law should be given a fair trial Mr. John Farra reports he has seen his and that the people ot various localities hen with seventeen young. should be allowed to regulate their own pheasant morals. REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES, AND WATER COOLERS LAWN MOWERS g at Manufacturers for 10 Prices is! days only. i SB Si 4 1 HASELDEN BROS. -- PC Must ii ii 1 1 ir Raise and the $8,000 GIGANTIC SALE Will Continue For THIRTY DAYS. G. I M LANCASTER. - LYONS. i-rKENTUCKY. ii ii ii 1L 1 My Prices on S WAGONS PAINT LICK DEFEATS TEACHERS INSTITUTE. The Teachers Instltnte for Garrard County teachers will be held in Lancaster for the week beginning Monday August 2nd. Thursday will be Trustee's and Mother's day, and patrons are especially urged to be present on that day. Hon. John 1$. McFerian, President of the Trustee's Organization o t Kentucky is expected to speak as well as a number of other prominent educa- Fine Finishing Varnishes. Beautiful Beaver Board. Classy In and out Floor Paints. LANCASTER. In a well played but uninteresting game, 1'aint Lick defeated Lancaster by a score of 3 to 3. It was the visitors game all the way, and Lancaster was never in any danger of getting the lead. Hicks, the Lancaster pitcher. was hit at will by the Paint Lick play ers, while the home boys were unable to connect with tarns to any great Carts and Harness them I &) Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing in the builder's line suchjas v I m I & Rough and Dressed Lumber. Doors, Windows. Column Moulding. Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crushed Stone, Sand, Lime, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. Houses for rent and sale. l m fea A.H.Bastin&Son ii W6WBHiaaWraW n riTifiMMil ijiTTiTT"!!!!! Although the crowd was rather large for such a busy farm time, business was slow and dull. There were about fifty cattle on the market, mostly of the butcher type all of which sold from six to six and u half cents. The crowd was mostly engaged In politics and many a candidates hand ached by the tors. time the day was over. Dr. E. C. McDougal of Richmond will be the instructor In charge of the SMASHES WINDOW. Institute. w Early Sunday morning, Cash Humm phrey nonchalantly threw a bottle KY. IN THE FOREGROUND. through the plate glass window of Kentucky leads all Southern States restaurant. Cash was laboring under the delusicn that he was sinking in its production of corn, tobacco, hogs, a German submarine, with the delusion horses, milch cows, beef cattle, poulprobably caused by an over Indulgence try, sheep and wool. It comes second He was promptly In wheat, potatoes and hay. There are spirits. m in malt tow by Uncle Dave Itoss. more registered Jersey cattle in Kentaken in tucky than in any other State in. the Union. Value of farm property PUBLIC SPEAKING. seventy-fiv- e jjjj per cent of Its Hon. Jas. P. Edwards of Prospect, population is rural; 230,000 farms aver will speak In the Interest of his candid- age value per farm over 3,000, over acy for Lieutenant Governor at Horn, 13,300,000 bearing fruit trees. Kentucan Opera House on Saturday the 31st ky leads all Southern States but one in at one thirty. He will also speak at population (it leads all In white popula Paint Lick at four o'clock and at Stan- tion). Kentucky has more people worth ford at (even thirty on the lame day. 5,000 or more than any State In the Mr. Edwards is a gifted and interesting South; Kentucky has more people with psaker and a good attendance Is annual income of &!,5O0 or over than any Southern State. Zlm-raer- 's 0; will interest you-G- et extent. THE DEMOCRATIC A LONG ONE. BALLOT We also have a complete line of CULTIVATORS, p 1 voted for In the democratic primary contains the names of thirty eight candidates with a dozen offices to be voted for. This makes a very long and difficult ballot to vote. This office has printed a great many educational ballots, which will be distributed among the voters and those who care to do so In advance will have the opportunity to select from the list men whom they think best suited for the office. The vote is cast by placing a stencil mark on the square opposite the candidate's name the voter wishes to support and a separate atencil mark Is required opposite each name to be voted for. Friends of the various can didates will doubtless be busy from now until the election Instructing the people bow to vote. The ballot to be PLOWS, E:C. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster. Kentucky. Page 2 The Central RecM-d- , Thursday July zj 1 I OF Land, Stock and Crops. FIDII. I ARDST one-ha- lf IMS mile from 3 will, on the above date, at 9:30 a. m., at his late residence, Buena Vista, Garrard County, Ky. and Five miles from Burgin, Ky., Sell to the Highest Bidder the following personal property of John W. Scott, deceased. At the same time and place, as Agent for the heirs of trees. Also has all necessary smoke-house, e, hen-hous- 25 Shares of Stock in the Bank of Bryantsville; 42 good Yearling Steers; 30 good Yearling Heifers; 6 Milk Cows; 4 Cows and Calves; 16 good Weanling Bulls; 50 Head of First-clas- s Calves; 2 Short-hor- n Young Ewes; 6 good Brood Sows, due to farrow about date of sale: 3 Sows and Pigs; 1 good Red Berkshire d Shoats; I pair of Aged Boar; 35 Head of Mare Mules, extra good; 1 Mules; I pair Family Horse: 1 good Family Mare, good combined gentle for Ladies to drive; 1 Mare with Chester Chief Colt by her side; 1 Stallion, by Vice Commodore: 1,000 Bales of Timothy and Clover Hay; 600 Bales of Straw; 12 Acres of e Wagon, 1 new Deering growing Corn; 1 Kentucky Wheat Drill; Disc Binder and Mower, and Harrow; 1 Buggy and Harness, and all other farming Implements; 5 cans of good lard; 100-pounSix-year.o- ld Six-year-old Six-year-old such ns tenant house, etc. said John W. Scott, I will sell the Farm Containing 288 Acres land, in n high state of cultivation, having been 25 mostly in grass for a number of years, and part of it in blue-gracrops raised in this years. This farm is a good producer of any of the section of the country, and has long been known as the best wheat and hemp farm in the county. It is well watered and under good fencing, and also an ideal stock farm. Therefore, it is now ready for stock raisof fine ss Large garden with som fruit. Large stock bnm for 20 horses', two corn cribs 3 sheds and grnnnry room for 5,000 bushels of grain. There is also a good four-roocottage, with cistern at the door and good vanl ond garden. A good pair of scales on the place. The long pike frontage of this land makes it susceptnble of division and will Le offered in two or three m buggy house, separate tracts and then as n whole. Two-year-o- ld Two-hors- ing or general farming, such as hemp, tobacco or any other crops com- House-hol- d and Kitchen Furniture . mon to this section. This farm is well located on a good turnpike road one-hamile from Buena Vista postoffice, having two daily mails; live miles from Burgin Station on the Q. &. C. Railway; 3'A miles from Bryantsville and one and n half hours drive from Lancaster, Danville lf and Harrodsburg. ith-shop. Convenient to churches, school, store and two-stor- blacksm- All sums of $25. and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, four months credit with approved note, with six per cent interest from date of sale. TERMS The dwelling is n gocd, well built, ten-roo- frame house, with two halls, three porches, two good cellars, and two good cisterns at the door. Large avenue and yard with stately shade cash; balance in one, two and three years, with 6 per cent interest from date on deferred payments, notes to contain the usual maturing clause; interest to be paid annually; seeding possession given this fall; full possession Jan. 1st. 1916. Virgil Scott or Henry Ruble, who are on the premises, will take pleasure in showing the land to any prospective buyer, and we solitite and Invite all who are contemplating buying a Tarm to see this bargain. For further lnformrtion call on or address said Scott or Ruble, at Buena Vista, Ky., or the undersigned at Harrodsburg, Ky. One-thir- d TERMS 11 Coi. SPILLM Auctioneer. FREE LUNCH FOR ALL. I Administrator and Agent. M. DUNN, aaaaaaaLaLaLaHt 1 , aMaaaaaaaaaLaLaV " W tral Record, Thurslay July 29 T 19 5. 1 Page 3 iBs&&M i Tho Kind You Ilnvo Alwnys Bonglit, nml which linn been lu mo lor over 00 yean, 1ms borno tho alirnnttiro oC auiuVlins been nmdo under his per-- rs ruinnl supervision ulnco Its infancy. Allow no ono to derclro you In tliU. " nro but All Counterfeit, IiiittittlmiH mid ".Tust-nx-gulOxpcrltiifiits tbnt trlllo with mid endanger tho bealtli of lufunts and Children Ex;crlcnco ugulust KxpcrluicnU WutV24W Cnsfnriu U n hnrnilmit anlistttuto for Castor Oil, Parv porlr, Dropi nml Hootlilntr Hyrnp. It In ilouimnt. It contain neither Opium, JMnrphlno nor other Narcotic tlliitaiire. II.h niro l.t ItM guarantee. It dentroys Worms) Tor nioro than thirty yearn It and alhi.VM VcvcrlMliiirnx. lia.i hri'ii In eoiiKtant ii.vj for tho relief of Constipation, rintuli'iiey, AVInd Colic, nil Teething Trouble and Dlarrhini. It regulate tho Ktotaaeh and Itowcls, iifxdmllateN tho Food, giving liealthy and natural tdecp. Tho Children's l'uuuccu Tho Slotlicr's 1'rlcud. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Si Bcara the Signature of ALWAYS made a good and pcaej'ful citizen. Claiborne Walton, a member of the had the misMr I. Pat (Julllcn, of l.exlngton, ia Stanford Base Hall Club, fortune to get his nose broken Saturday the gucat of Mr. John I.utes. while playing bsll at Paint Lick. A Mra Lonanna Holdam, of Crab Orchfoul ball struck Mr. Walton. It hapard, la the RUeat of Mra J. S. lilce. pened In the fourth Inning and It seemCounty Clerk (J. II. Coopr la ' con- ed to have taken all the "pep" out of fined to hla home on account of Illness. the rest of the Stanford boys and they Mita Susan IlrlRht Yeager Is vialtlng were defeated by a score of seven to relatives and friends at Itlchmond, lnd. four. The following enjoyed a picnic and Judge S. T. Grimes, nf Cureo. Tex. outing on Uix Itiver Saturday: Harris Is the iiuest of Wm. .Grimes anil family. Coleman and Elizabeth Higglns, James Mrs I,. VVearen Hughes, of Memphis Tribbte and Miss Mary Early, Wallace is here the guest of Mra Julia Hughes, Singleton and Lettie Walker McKinney Bur-det- t, Miss Kmma Noe of Hopkinsville, has Thomas Coleman aud Miss Sallie Joseph Hill and Miss Mary Eliza been the guest of Miss Hera Jean Pen beth McKinney, Mester 0 Ilnnnon and ny. Lucy Lee Walton, Harry Heinhart and Mr and Mra G. F. Deliorde are visit' Miss Hill, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks Ing relatives and friends at Crab Or chaperoned this jolly bunch. chard. Quite a little excitement was caused Mrs. James U. Marsgon, of Lebanon In the West End of this county last la here the guest of her Junction, week, when a colored woman, by the aistcrs. name of Bright, slipped into the olllce Mrs. J. P. Larue, of Louisville, is of Dr. W. J. Childress, of Hustonville, the guest of her sister, Mrs. George P. while the doctor was out and took a Deliorde. dose of medicine that resulted In her George W. Tompkins, of Lexington death in a short time. Investigations has been visiting hit sister. Mrs Eliza- showed that she had gotten hold of beth Gooch. strychnine instead of 'dope' which she Miss Lucy Peterson of Cynthiana, is was looking for. the guest of Mrs W. H. Warner and f STANFORD ECONOMY HINTS, Reducing the High Cost of Living Is a Science. FORM GOOD Cooling Waiti Stops TTiatltch Tee not In half art hour not In ten minutes but la S aeconds. Just a few drops of that mild, loathing, cooling wash, the D. D. D. Prescription, the famous cure (or Eczema, find the itch Is ron. Your burnlr.r skin Is Initantlr relieved and you have te protection from all summer skin troubles: VT4 ean ttva' you a ro4 site trial bottle of the genuine V. D. D, rreicrlptlon for only JS cents. Don't fall to try this famous remelr for any kind of summer akin trouble i we know D, P. will tiro Xu instant HABITS NOW. relief; R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, By Eliminating Meat Housewives Have Discovered That the Problem Solves Is Itself and That Carnlvorouenese Only a Dad Habit. Many housewives find themselves compelled to excrclso their hitherto latent Ingenuity In regard to tho use of other kinds of foods now that meat Is to high In price. Pcrbnp the high price ut meat will luduco the women of this country to realize that, after all, vegetables aro not a mcro addendum to u roast of beef or mutton. The will llkewke learn that Ilfo Is support-abl-o without an abnormal proportion of flesh diet Until this lesson hud been brought homo by means of wounding Lancaster, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP August 1st FROM JUNCTION CITY and RETURN $1.50 101 SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i3S A. M. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars other friends. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought J. Hell and children, of Middle-burhave been here for several days with friends. Mrs. S. P. Stagg. of Lexington is here at the St. Asaph Hotel spending a week or more g Miss Florence Truehenrt, of Pa., is here visiting friends for several wcka. Mrs. Kennedy Dellaven and batiy of Mt. Sterling, are the guests of Miss Nancy Yeager. Mrs V. It. Todd left Saturday for Franklin, Tenn., to spend several weeks wltn her mother. Mrs. V. G. Leer, of Millersburg, is the guest of her daughter, Mra. J. W. Sam Pitta-bur- TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of his confining He tried doctor after doctor. work He tried medicines without end. One day he took a doso of Mayr's Ho wrote: Wonderful Remedy. "Your medicine Is the best In tho world for any form of stomach trouble I am glad to say that after taking the full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had Tery severe pains In my stomach all the time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family physician told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I have gained twenty-fivpounds." Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal aliments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee It not satisfactory money will be returned. e 4 . j TsEsir BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is giown and where there is a limited amount of storage space, baled 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 ltxl8-inc-h Bale Chamber with IHC P. Engine. 3, 4, or 10xl8-inc- h Bale Chamber with 1 1IC 4 or P. Engine. 17x22-inc- h Bale Chamber with I H C P. Engine. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. r, toggle joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker are features worth looking into. Drop in and sec us the next time you are in town. C--H. C-- H. C-self-feede- Clark and family. Miss Susan Fisher Kiaher Woods is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. C. Anderson at Mt. Sterling. J. It. Hush of Lexington, was here Wednesday on business and mingling with his old friends. Miss Lyle Cooper and Hertha Jean Pennv were the week-en- d guests at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. J. W. Cotrell and son. Robert. of Livingston, have been the guests of Misa Mollis Daugbertv. Mrs J. L. Sherry, of Lexington spent last week here, the guest of Misses May and Anna Warren. Mrs. D. M. Walker and daughters are visiting her parents, Judge and Mrs. Pugh at Vanceburg. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. McKechnie, of Indianapolis, are visiting relatives in this and Garrard counties. Mrs W. O. Poster of Atlanta, Ga Is here visiting her father, Mr Jesse S. Hocktr and other relatives. Mrs. Khoda Waters and little daugh ters. Misses Louise and Lucile are visiting relatives in St Louis. PAINT LICK PERSONALS Erents Of Interest In Upper Canard. Mr. Woods Walker spent Saturday in Lexington. See Moss' Famous Ply Trap at Mar- see's Store. Miss Eliza Rucker was a visitor in Richmond Monday. Mrs. A. B. Estridge, and Mis; Lena, spent Monday In Berea. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden spent Saturday in Richmond. week-en- d Capt J. L. B. Coffey, of Pranxfort, has returned home after visit to his parents, Mr and Mrs Joseph Coffey. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guynn spent the at Slate Lick Springs. PHONE 27. Reefer, Railed Se Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton have Miss Mollie Johnson and Mrs. Prank taken rooms at Or. L. M. Treadway's. Archer, of Louisville, are the guests of Miss Ethel Estridge returned Friday their grand-motheMrs. Mary Straub. from a several weeks stay in Richmond Miss Kussie Masters, of Lexington, Mrs. Garrett, of Richmond, is the returned to her home Thursday after a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. week's visit to Miss Mary Walden Will Fish. Gooch. Mrs. 0. C. Rucker was the gue9t of Miss Theo Kiggs. of Cynthiana, Is the guest of Mrs. L. P. Carpenter at her parents at Whites Station for the week end. N, the home of her father, Mr. J. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. landoftheSkv AWAY up in the mountains of Western North Menefee. J. N. Menefee. Jr., M. S. Haughman Harry Carter, Mrs Leila H. Cook and Mra J. II. Shanka motored to Lexington, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs W. II. Shanks motored to Itlchmond Thursday and spent several days with her parents, Mr and Mrs T. E. Baldwin. Itev. and Mrs. Augusta Ballbach, of Woodtown, Pa,, are visiting her grand mother, Mrs. Marry Penny and other relatives here. Misses Lucinda Lutes, Mary D. Kennedy, of this city aed Miss Mabel of Lexington, were the week-enguests of Mrs. Harry I). Frye at Hub d vard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Bre- Mrs. G. G. Menifee, of Syracuse, N. Y., are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menifee. They will spend several weeks here be fore going to her home at Birmingham Ala. Mrs. Lucv Miller Hartley Is spending ble. Mr. and Southern Railway ti feuI - allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-ove- rs For full Information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or wrltt B. H. Todd, Dlmlct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. Dakota Jack's - INDIAN REMEDIES hara BBBBBSBBBBBsl 1 mjula hi nam famoti, all otst tKa United SUtoa and Canada. Coapoaod of Roota, Harbe, Barbs and r ferries. Far traatmant of Huroaa DUaaaaa. Purtley's laillan Herbe-- 45 Dara" Treatment. 11.00 ISe Dakota Jack's Cowboy liniment 23 Dakota Jack's Crtme Soap. Price lOe. 3 bar .'ox OM SALS at C. DAKOTA JACK TO Nocthwetten Cowboy ruiisura oaioiNMOA or imdian C 4 J.E. SttnMS ud R. L McRkctU. mu several days at Crab Orchard Springs. She will leave Monday for the Panama Exposition, as the Interior Journal's guest having won the trip in the recent contest. Felix White, a well known farmer of this county, was the first peraon in Lincoln county to get a loan from the Rural Credit Association. He obtained it thru the Lincoln county manager. W. O. Walker. Mra J. N. Menefee, Sr., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs L. E. Carpenter, at Philadelphia, Pa., and son, Mr Sam Menefee, at New York, has returned home, accompanied by Mrs Carpenter. Mr. and Mm. Bowman Smith, of Matyville, Tenn., spent Monday here with Mrs. Lizzie Hocker and W. It. Hockerand wife. Mr. Smith lived here a number of years ago and was Q. & C. Agent at McKinney. Gottltlf Stampfley. s citizen of the Southern part of this county, was adjudged Insane here last week in court. He came to this countr a number of year ago from Switzerland and hu Rev. C. S. Ellis has returned from Greensburg and filled his pulpit at Mt. prices will drop. Tacor Sunday. Cereals and dried haricot beans, lenMr. E. L. Woods and Mr. Jack tils, macaroni, oatmeal, butter beans, Davis left Sunday for a business trip etc should be utilized to the fullest extent in these days of general high to Cincinnati. prices. The vegetable which most nearMiss Burt Noms has returned to her ly resembles meat In regard to nutrihome in Vanceburg after a visit to Miss tive substance Is the mushroom. A few of these, in homely language, "go Chaatine Rucker. a long way." Misses Stella and Lula McWhtrter Concentrated foods, such as raisins have as their guests, Misses Hagerand and currants, ore blgbly nutritious, and Patterson, of Paintsville, tho grape sugar they contain provides It Is possible to learn Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Walker, of Lan much energy. tbe bablts of tramps, who, if caster, spent the week-enwith Mr. from have but a few coppers to spare, they and Mrs. Woods Walker. will always buy dried fruit in preference to meat, and those men hare Mrs. Lewis Francis, of Madison has graduated from tbe school of experibeen the the guest of Mrs. T. R. Slavin ence. and Mrs. J. Wade Walker. From tbe foregoing hints and with Paint Lick defeated the Stanford ball the aid of the countless books on tbo team on the home grounds Saturday subject housewives may do much to reduce the cost of living by serving afternoon at a score of 7 to 4. more vegetables aud less meat Miss Ellzebeth Eldridge returned Saturday from a visit to friends in Lawrenceburg and Lexington. ERECT FIGURE CORRECT. I Mrs. Vina McWhorter and Mra. Mike I Noe left Thursday for Denver Colorada where they will spend a month with The fashionable girl of 1013 appears on tbe sceno with a beautiful, erect figrelatlvei. a freo awing to ber walk and Mrs. Fannie Terrill Walker, of Lan ure, with clothing of sufficient width to percaster, and Mrs. J, H. Calloway, of mit ber to be graceful In ber carriage. . . !. L m.. .11 ue u aimuiuciu, tamo Auevuay w I. me The stooped shoulders, with bead bent guests of relatives. forward and slouching gait, once asMr. R. G. Woods and family and Dr. sumed by those who wanted to' attain extreme in styles, havo entirely II. L. Patrick and family and Miss the passed and, like an old fashioned dress Sallie Woods motored to Slate Lick cf several Boasoos ago, will bo discardSprings Sunday for the day. ed by those who care enough for fash- Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter ton to chango then manner of carrying entertained In a most delightful! man- themselves. ner Friday evening at their beautiful country home in honor of their house Headache and Nerrounejs Cured. guests, Misses Hager and Patterson, of Paintsville. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled to all the praise I can give them," Watch Your Children writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencsrport, Often eUdren do not let parent know 'they are constipated. Thiy fear someN. Y. Tby have cured me of headthing distutof id. Tbey willbJto IUixU Orderlies a mild laxaUro that tastes ache and nervousness sad restored m J sufar. Wa.oa'jrjjyu, IQwe, to my normal health." For sale by all H. E. MoRtbtrts 1 iw, , j, dealers. d 1 sensitive ncne, the pockuorse than hoiwlcss task majority of tho public to uso of tbe excellent foods provided by the garden. As a nation wo havo bvcome carnivorous of habit to an alannlnK extent, and the high price of meat may Indeed prove a blessing In dkgulsv. To nrgih) that meat should bo dis pensed with Is, of course, absurd. Ex tremists In matters of diet are always dangerous, but there caii be no doubt that persons cat too much meat In this country. It U equally certain that other wholesome foods are not appreciated In accordance with their merits. Apart from the fact that meat Is very dear, It Is a wlso idea at this time of year to consider Uic advantages of tho lighter forms of diet. Day by day tbe supply of vegetables will bo on tho Increase, salad stuffs also are coming along In largo quantities, while cereals are a cheap form of nourishment. Tho habit of bacon for breakfast is not altogether wise. In warm wenther a change Is not only nlntablo but health giving. What could bo more appetizing than tomatoes and eggs cooked In butter? A simple breakfast of ripe tomatoes which can be cooked In many ways with bread and butter Is quite satisfying. Such fare, followed by stewed fruit and milk, constitutes a morning meal that Is much more In keeping with tbe needs of tho body than bacon In summer. Motst children are fond of bananas, and without hesitation that fruit can be recommended for their use. Apart from anatyws, comparisons of tbo fats, protelds and carbohydrates contained In different foodstuffs, the mere fact that many inhabitants of the torrid zone subsist on bananas alone should bo sufficient to prove the worth of the fruit. Fully ripe bananas with sugar and milk are highly beneficial to chit drea. Speaking generally, one meat meal dally should suffice. Even then there 1 no necessity to eat a large quantity of meat to the exclusion of other things. Those who take lunch at home can do very well on a salad that contains lettuce, tomato, onion and hard Dolled egg. Followed py a little cheese and fruit tbe lunch suggested is ample for most pcrsous. There is every prospect of asparagus remaining cheap for some time, yet the probability is that thousands of housewives will not think of using It This vegetable Is not highly nutritious, but when taken with the orthodox melted butter It is sufficient for a midday meal or supper. Nowadays, when there aro so many books of cookery, some of which are devoted solely to the treatment of vegetables and cereals, a hint should suffice to Induce housewives to avail themselves of the cheaper kinds of diet. Bread and potatoes soon become uninteresting, but much can be done with spluach. which is now plentiful; cabbage, peas and beans. As yet tbe last two are not very cheap, but In a little while the that acutely et. It was a to urge the make a free II. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent East Main St., Leilngton, Ky. (jjesa, nuiitci iruuiiry naisera m JTO Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, OOODVOiT Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry OOII, HO PAT at AM -e s"' Will CootDM, DarJstowii. Kf ., itrti 'One drop 4 Recipe 1 clucknt kiUi lb worm evadrdsere lh cluck ttaotlf . hit tbe beat Hffl. aid Gurantttd by J. draprd down dw WI of a tapmc prce&bvt I Iuti evef used.' Robt Crnme, Rirditown, Ey. Price SOcat all Dro&lm. IOLO DY R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. HENRY M. BOSWORTH SSaSsaSsaSsaSsaSsaSsaK A, V .aSsaSsaSsaSsaSsHssar SSIaSIasHsiaH' 'tssassassassassassasm :aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW ' SSSaSSaSsH B ""fllaaaaaaaaaaHaBBaV MTSkBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBn HaHI3 Sure To Win In His Present Position As Auditor He Has Increased the Revenue of the State In Round Numbers $2,500,000 OF KENTUCKY WILL AND THE DEMOCRATS COUNTY MAN AN OVERFAYETTE WHELMING MAJORITY GIVE Henry M. Bosworth Who By His Courageous Fight For the Interests of the People of the State, as Auditor of the State, Has Made Himself the People's Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for Governor and is Bound to Receive an Overwhelming Majority in the August Primary. is FIRST: He has increased the practical farmer; he in a practical to is rin,ini nf the state in round numbers, in the last three years, MILTWO AND ONE-HAmore than LION DOLLARS enough to pay the state out of debt. He is the only Auditor who has had the courage of his has had the nerve to defend the state against the corporations, and in the face of all opposition he raised the assessments of the corporations from $48,000,000 to more than i t"nnrrmft .mmiallv. This re quired a courageous fight because corporations as a ruie uo nut y rtnurn hut with thrir arrav of law yers they fight to the bitter end; nence wic rccuru ut ucmr i, Ttrwwnrth wilt fro down ill lltstorv as the greatest record ever made ky any Auditor ot tne state. Henry M. SECOND: ia a practical man; he is a Bos-worth position business man; he cive to this state intelligent su ad pervision and a business-lik- e ministration. THIRD: Henry M. Bosworth stands for right he is not controlled by the Breweries, by the Whiskey Trust, by the Railroads, or other corporations. He stands alone. He is fighting for a principle, and will go down in defeat ratner man saennce mat pruni- - P,FOURTH: Henry M. Bosworth has always- - stood for Democratic principles, and he will stand for them at this critical time for the party. To those who believe in thiii kind of an administration, who believe in this kind of a mas Henry M. Bosworth appeals tot support in the August primjrrjJ xll Somerset Journal. The Central Record INCORrOR ATRD. ISSUED. WEEKLT. WILSON RE IES TO GERMANY. $1.00 A YEAR. J. R.L E ROBINSON. EDtTOR. ELKIN. Local Editor nnd Mgr We print herewith the full text of the American note to Germany;- "The Secretary of State to Ambas (ntertd at Ike I'M! Office in l.nnraairr Mull Mattrr Smii. ( Member sador Gerard. Department of State, are Washington, July 21, 1915,-Y- ou instructed to deliver textually the fol lowing note to the Minister for Foreign MTaiis: Kentucky Tress M Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., July 29. 1915. Rates For I'oliticnl Announcements $ COO For Precinct and Cltv Olrl:e 10.00 "or County Ofltas For State and District Offices. ... 15.00 . ... .10 For Calls, per line IP For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .. "The note of the Imperial German Government, dated the Sth of July, 1915, has received the careful consideration of the Government of the e United States, nnd it regrets obliged to say that It has found it very unsatisfactory, because it fails to meet the real differences between the two Governments nnd indicates no way in which the accepted principles of law and humanity may be applied In the grave matter in controversy, but proposes, on the contrary, artangements for h partial suspension of those principles which virtually set them to-b- line 10 aside. "The Government of the United States notes with satisfaction that the Imperial German Government reservation the validity of the principles POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Insisted on in the several comiminica Hons which this Government lu? ad-The Central Record is authorized to dressed German to 111., Iran-ri- al announce the following candidates for Democratic liovernment with regard to its anoilice, subject to the raUJ. CI nouncement of a war zone and the use primary, August 7th, 1915. KENTUCKY. of submarines against merchantmen on LEXINGTON, FOUGOVEKNOR. the high seas the principle that the Hon. A. O. Stanley. high seas are free, that the character FOR CIHCUITJUDGE. and cargo of u merchantman must first JUDGE CHARLES A. HARDIN. C. A. Hanlin, of Mercer county, be ascertained before she can lawfully Judge Charles A. Hardin, who is a of his party will rally to his support be seized or destroyed and that the Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. candidate lor the Democratic nomina- and endorse his olilcial record on lives of noncombatants may in no case FOR COMMONWEALTH'S tion for Circuit Judge, has served only August 7th, we think. It would be un be put in jeopardy unless the vessel reATTORNEY. about one half of the term, beingelect-e- d precedented in the affairs of thedemoc sists or seeks to escape after being E. V. Puryear, of Iiovle county. to fill out the unexpired term of the ratic party to repudiate an official in the summoned to submit to examination; J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county late M. C. Saulley. Judge Hardin has democratic primary who has only served for a belligerent act of retaliation is Special The Rutherford Greater Shows. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. not only demonstrated to the people one half of a term nnd who has filled and per se an act beyond the law, and the William. B. Mason. People. Cars. that he is an able jurist but that he is performed the duties of the oilice to defense of an act as retaliatory is an W. A. Doty. a fair and impartial Judge. In fact it satisfactorily. Judge Hardin's majority admission that it is illegal. !!' FOR SHERIFF. is admitted by his opponents, the few over his opponent in the district will PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA. WEBER'S "The Government of the United G. T. Ballard, Jr. that are opposing him, that he has per- not only be very large, but his friends keenly disappointed Miff is DeAonun iiml Bn'dwin formed the important duties of Circuit claim that his majority in Garrard States is, however, Seii.ntionnl Free Acts FOR REPRESENTATIVE. GovJudge to the satisfaction of everybody. County will be the largest that any tu find that the Imperial German Lady Artists in the Thriller Act H. Clay Kauffman. deHe is u democrat without stain or Democrat has received over an opponent ernment regards itself as in large gree exempt from the obligation to obTriple Parachute Leap From One Hnlloon blemish. Tie over whelming majority in many years. serve these principles, even where neuI am a candidate for County Court Three Running Races and Two Harness tral vessels are concerned, by what it Clerk to succeeJ J. W. Hamilton tbe CI votes to their candidate, the McChes- - being used and a larger umber uf of believes the policy and pructicx of the present Clerk. Races Each Day. I have accepted The Chief deputies ney men are trying to start a stampede lice holders in each of the .iqnsiei are Government of Great Britain to be in The Capital of the Hkm (treat tihow Kings at Lexington. Now even one being asked to make fisruiv. the present war with regard to neutral appointment in the oliico in order to to Mr. McDerrr.ott. Keducd Kales .m all liosds. World. A Week of Kun ard Spnrt The Imperial German Gov The indications of a month ag'j that commerce. acquaint mvself with the duties of who has taken uny interest in the camiii For entry blanks or formation address. Clerk and having fitted myself to take paign or has made inquiries about the the bottom had fallen nut of the Mc ernment will readily understand that! the examination required by law, I result knows full well that the race, is Chesney basket, and that iw is fast the Government of the United States' 4 JOHN VV. BAIN, Secretary, LEXINGTON, KY. between Stanley and McChesney, with dropping earthward from t leaking Ual cannot discuss the policy of the Govern i sincerely ask and solicit your support. McDermott and Bosworth dividing the loon in spite of the frantic effort?, of ment of Great Britain with regard toi E. M. Walker. few remaining votes. Then the Mc the Beckham organization to save him neutrul trade except with that GovernChesney men start the claim through with the League aeroplane ment itself, and that it must regard Railroad Commissioner. the Louisville Post, which claims to be are being fully sustained by thefigures. the conduct of other belligerent GovalaafcasiiftSiBBsVBtihSifesWiMaMUBiB) We are authorized to announce supporting McDermott, that the bottom The crux of the situation is simply that ernments as irrelevant to any discussFhsitlAsWyfesitlksV JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, has fallen out of the Stanley boom and the voters are not in favor of "political ion with the Imperial German GovernKelson County, as a canditate for the that the only chance that the prohibition" if they are in favor of ment of what this Government regards Democratic nomination for Railroad wide men have is to nominate McDer state-wid- e as grave and unjustifiable violations of prohibition at all. Commissioner from the Second Dismott. Anyone with a sane mind can An estimator writes that "Morgan the rights of American citizens by Gertrict; the primary election to be held see through a Illegal and man naval cummunders. scheme from the mere County Is for statewide prohibition Saturday August 7th.. 1916. fact that it is the McChesneV men who but not through McChesney." After inhuman acts, however justifiable theyj are making the fight for McDermott. saying that the miners will vote for may ue tnougnt to ue against an enemy William F. Klair, Fayette County, So called Democrats are trying to di- Stanley, a Harlan Countyforecastsays: who is believed to have acted in" conCandidate for Reelection as Railroad Is in town demonstrating vide the issue instead of letting the "If the issues were put to the voters, travention of law and humanity, are Commissioner, Second District of Ky. leaders, who are making the race on this county would be for state-wid- e manifestly indefensible when they deR. S. EUBANK Subject to the action of the Democratic seperate platforms, fight it out at the prohibition." An estimator who says prive neutrals of their acknowledged party in the August Primary. polls. Did you notice the number of that "when the question of state-wid- e rights, particularly when they violate THE MAN WHO TOOK KENWe are authorized to announce Miss McChesney men sitting "way down in prohibition submitted to the people Cal- the right to life itself. If a belligerent and (Jiving FREE Special Lessons in their Apphraibn loway County will be overwhelmingly cannot retaliate against an enemywith Jennie Higgins a candidate for County front" at the McDermott speaking? TUCKY SCHOOLS OUT for it," give McChesney only 100 more out injuring the lives of neutrals, as School Superintendent Messages for her or orders fir the Coeds may lie left at of Garrard Floyd County, well as their property, humanity, as Col. W. P. Walton, candidate for votes than Stanley. County, subject to the action of the OF POLITICS. Secretary of State, is entirely worthy which comes in from two estimators as well as justice and a due regard for the Democratic primary August 1917. of the enthusiastic support he is receiv about evenly divided as to Stanley and dignity of neutral Powers, should dic We ure authorized to announce Judge ing from the democrats of Garrard McChesney is declared by one of the tate tnat tne practice be discontinued. Mr. Eubank Is Editor of the Southern to be "solid for state- If persisted in it would in such circum- - School Journal, the official organ of Lewis L. Walker, of Gariard county, a County. For many years he was editor candidate for the Republican nomina of the Interior Journal and during all wide prohibition." Scott County will stances constitute an unpardonable the Department of Education and of tion for Lieutenant Governor, to be that time wotked faithfully for the give Stanley a majority over McChesney offense against the sovereignty of the the Kentucky EJucational Association. voted for at the primary election to be democratic party. He has never be- yet it is considered very close on the neutral nation affected. The Govern- His editorial utterances have had great held on Saturday, August 7th 1915. fore asked any assistance or favor from question of state wide prohibition. It ment of the United States is not un. inlluence in shaping putilic opinion in the democrats of Kentucky, and if is the same in Graves, County and a mindful of the. extraordinary conditions school alfairs, and the measures which K ORC A XIX HP i.V.Yj. We are authorized to announce Joe there is any man in the State who I' number of others. created by this war or of the radical he has proposed and which have been S. Haselden, of this city. Republican entitled to a consideration from the A Democrat who is tilling a high alterations of circumstance and method put upon the statute books, have provand who is one of the very best of attack produced by the use of in- ed most beneficial to the school system. candidate, for Representative at Nov organization it is W. P. Walton. He 1915. ember election OK LANCASTKK, KY. is not only a good democrat who has posted politicians in the Sixth Congres strumentalities of naval warfare which Notably, his County School Uoanl law, served his party well su long, but he is sional District, this week gave the the nations of the world cannot have now in force, makes possible a We are authorized to announce Joe the best qualified man for Secretary of writer the following summary of his had in view when the existing rules of Hoard for the control of the A. Burnside, candidate on Republican State, we think, of all the candidates opinion as to how the eight counties of international law were formulated, and school in each county. It is possible, U. F. HUDSON. President J. J. WAI.KKIt. Vice Prest. ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at who are seeking that nomination. the Sixth will show up in the race for it is ready to make every reasonable because of this law, for each county to W. O. l'.ICNKY, Ass't Cash'r. JOE J. WaLKEI!. Jit.. November election 1915. the gubernatorial nomination: allowance for these novel and unex provide as ellicient elementary and W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. "In Kenton County Stanley will get peeled aspects or war at sea; but It scnoois tor Its Tural cnliuren a are The President's reply to the German In the closing days of the campaign ubank note is the masterful effort of a great r.ot less than 4,000 votes. McDermott cannot consent to abate any essentiul found in the large cities. Mr. is the very backbone of it is but natural that the supporters of get about half that may and Bos. or fundamental right of its people be is a candidate for the Democratic nomThe answer leaves no ray bunness. We regard Jour ci- the various candidates for Governor all Statesman. opcration as a necessary factor in our success. loophole, nu chance for an evasion of worth and McChesney divide what is cause of a mere alteration of circum. ination to the oilice of Superintendent are claiming that their candidate is a We hope you speak a good word for us If we give you good service. the question, but puts it squarely "up left. In Campbell County, Stanley will stances. The rights of neutrals in time of I'ublic Instruction. The school peo. probable winner. get half the votes polled, with McDer- of war ure based upon principle, not pie nr supiiorting him strongly in this If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor But it is very plain and evident to all to Germany". mott secondhand the few remaining upon expediency, and the principles are ract', for they recognize him as one who upon us by telling I S. It is our business and our pleasure to imthose who have kept in touch with tbe divided between Bosworth und McChesprove ( ur system wherever we lind a weak shjL immutable. It is the duty and obligu always works for .the greater welfare political drift and sentiment that the ney. In Boone County, Stanley will be tion of belligerents to find u way to of tho children. race is now between Stanley and Mc- POLITICAL land PROHIBITION OP- (lrst; Bosworth and McChesney close adapt the new circumstances to them. Chesney. McDermott and Bosworth for second and McDermottu bad fourth The events of the past two months SMOOTH RASCAL will receive a small support in various In Grant County Stanley will be a big have clearly indicated that it ij possible POSED BY THE VOTERS parts of the State, but neither have first; McChesney and Bosworth close for and practicable to conduct such sub Mortgaged Winn's Farm For Him and Got sufficient support for democrats to take second and McDermott a poor fourth. marine operations us havecharactirized their candidacy seriously. It is up to $3,500. OF KENTUCKY. In Gallatin County, Stanley will have a the activity of the Imperial German the democrats of the State to say small lead over McChesney, with navy within the war zone in they want McChemiey upon a name ot W. I. Wiun, of WinThe whether and McDermott third and fourth siate-wiu- e proniuiuuti piatlorm or Thomas B. Cromwell writing in the respectively. In Pendleton County substantial accord with the accepted chester, figures In a peculiur fraud that practices of regulated warfare. The is alleged was perpetrated on a bank in Stanley upon the County Unit platform. Cincinnati Enquirer haj the following Stanley will be first, with Bosworth and whole world has looked with interest Only a few years ago there were to any about th various Democratic McChesney lighting for Kutler county, Missouri, not long ago. second place and increasing satisfaction at the dem Mr. Winn u few days ago received a about one hundred prohibitionists in Candidates tor Governor; and McDermott fourth. It will be the possibility by German request that his photograph be Bent to onstration of that Unless tho writer's Garrard County who Voted the prohibi canvass same in Carroll County, thouch naval commanders. It is manifestly tion ticket. Those voters all have now of the state is .sadly off, former Stanley's lead will not be so large as In possible, therefore, to lift the whole the authorities there for the purpose of Augustus Owsley Stanley, of Pendleton. Trimpie deserted the prohibition party and have County presents practice of submarine attack above the straightening out the matter. Twenty years ago Mr. Winn purchased a farm concentrated their efforts to load on the Henderson, will be the Democratic a djubie situation, but a majority of criticism which it has aroused and re- of 100 acres in Cass county, Missouri, for Governor of the votes appear to be favoring democratic party this prohibition plank. party's nominee u Stanley. move the chief causes of olTense, few miles from 1'Ieasant Hill. There is no question that could be in- Kentucky at the nrimarv elvrtlnn turn mougn Since t may carry It. Bosi,. t m n i. Y jected into politics that is more sua grown in value. that time , worth an(J McDermott will divide a few ity"In view of the admission of illegal- A few dayathe farm lmWinn received a W. H. HARRIS, ... V,. .. made by the Imperial German Govceptible of destroying party organizaago Mr. n tuuijjimiiuu tM UKutu . uf irum m ui yntei " President. ..... ernment when It pleaded the right of letter from the liutler county hank re tion than the state-wid- e prohibition. .u n., c, ,u ,:,L retaliation in defense of its ucts, and questing him to forward the interest on .j There will be two classes of demoellect In western Kentiirkv At JERRY DOTY, Secretary." in view of the manifest possibility of a loan of $3,500, which the bank, much prohibition can-- 1 ,,,. ,. crats voting in this primary; one, who fort, the state-wid- e h wu, conforming to the established rules of to his surprise, informed him he had would destroy the democratic party in cidate, 41,975; Lieutenant Governor Hml tremendous m.i... naval warfare the Government of the borrowed. At the same time he recti -' prohibition, Edward J. McDermott, of Louisville, s,n,t wi order to promote state-wid- e n, another, who would preserve the demo- 10.370, und State Auditor Henry M. it is said he will have the largest United States cannot believe that the ed a letter from the County Clerk notify-- . V, Imperial Government will longer re- Ing him that his mortgage on the pUce Ilosworth, of Lexington, 10,123; mak- gathering of his campaign cratic organization and give state-wid- e in the crHea prohibition to the people when tho peo- ing a total of 131,803 (which Indicates Seventh Congressional frain from disavowing the wanton act had been duly filed. Having borrowed District. ple are ready for that issue. of its naval commander In sinking the no money on the land, Mr. Winn beWe, a heavy vote in all sections), and givLusitania or from offering reparation lieved a mistake hud been made and therefore, think that the democrats of ing Stanley a plurality of 18,425 votes To INSURE In a Leading Garrard County and State of Kentucky over McChesney. for the American uvea lost, so far as immediately wrote to the clerk, giving j No There Is He then ought to vote against Mr. McChesney The canvass is being conducted in tho reparation can be made for a needless of his land. but that indigestion and the distressed destruction of human life by an illegal a description his land had been mortgagsame way and the estimates ure comirg feeling which always rocs with it can learned that and support Hon. A. O. Stanley. from the came sources that produced ed by a person claiming to be Mr. be promptly relieved by taking a ' act. Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. There is an old and oft quoted maxim last summer in these columns the suc"The Government of the United Winn, but giving eis residence as LexCAPITAL, 1:1 that a "drowning man will grasp at a cessful forecast ot Senator J. C. W. States, while not Indiirerent to the ington, Ky. The alleged fraud was straw". The reason that it is so fami- Ileckhsm'i nomination. The convass, friendly spirit In which it is made, can committed about a year ago, and Mr. P?l before and alter eichoetl, 25qBboj; liar is because It Is to true. Finding however, is somewhat more extensive, not accept the suggestion of the Im- Winn has just learned of It. He intends all other attempts to fall In bringing In that s greater number of cards are R. C. McRobsrta perial German Government that certain to help the bank In finding the rase'. Ul 1 Obituaries, per line 05 vessels be designated and Rl&l upon ' now r which shall be free on the Illegally proscribed. The ve! Kree.ir. ment would, by lmpllcation)jbJect other vessels tn illegal attack and would be a curtnilment and therefore an abandonment of the principles for which this Government contends nnd which in times of calmer councils every nation would concede as of course "The Government of the United States and the Imperial German Government lire contending for the same jfrrnt obj-e- t; have long stood together in urging the very principles iqion which the Unrornment of the United States now so solemnly insists. They are both contending for the freedom of the sens The Government of the United States will continue to contend lor that frwdom, from whati ever quarter violated, without com0 promise and at any cost. It invites the practical of the Imperial VHerman G ivemment at this time when may Heeompllsh most and this great common object be most Strikingly ami effectively achieved. "The Imperial Gorman Government 0 expresses the hope that this object may be in same measure accomplished even before the present war emh. It can be. The Government of the United States not onlv feels obligated to innist it, uy whomsoever violated or iKnored, in the protection of Its own citiiens, but is also deeply interested in seeing it made practicable between the belligerents themslves, ami holds Itself ready at any time to aet a the common friend who may be privileged to suggest a way. v. "In the meantime the very value (!) which this Government sets upon the; long und unbroken friendship between the people of the Government of the United States ami the Hople of the Government of the German N'rtion impels it to press very solemnly upon the Imperial German Government the i!i nccessit) for a scrujxilous observance of neutral rights in this critical matter. v Friendship itself prompts it to say to the Imperial Government that repeti- tion by the commanders of German naval vessels of acts in contravention of those rights must be regarded fl the Government of the United when they affect American citizens, as CI deliberated!)' unfri jikIIv. "LANSING." sw mHssR' . bsbbbv . ( N nit; lav will tiiiiiMii iut'H crLLm, k'lcJnl h vj IV - cx ti 4 standard of thoPHlemand the best, ns did tWr mothers, Krandmothers, and great l'rnmlinnlhers Iwforn them. Those who pnxlucu franc's inherited their vpaper ability from their forebears, 0, the artisan of days now past. rug weaving Is n heritage As of the Persian, diamond cut- s7 ting alieritageof the Itolglans, heritage an is paper making of the workmen emptovwl at the Crane Mills In Western Massachusetts. CotnMe stock In nil the V7 various sises ami tints con- PaHflHF(,clll - TIIC CORRECT WRITING PAPER tinually on exhibition. STORMES DRUG STORE i SLUE GRASS FAIR I I I I August 2 to 300 i $20,000IN 7, I9I5 I I PRENIUHS $20,000 20 i I 1 I l I i if I Anti-Saloo- n 0 anti-Stat- e MISS POWERS 'OF LOUISVILLE A Beauty Specialist "VELVETINA" TOILET ARTICLES figure-make- rs McRobertsDrua Store ! We Citizens National Bank l Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. LANCASTER post-car- d (Boored Fair 1915 Jst J August 27th28th, ..-.- v......,,.,.,.. .,.. ,,.. i.' ,.v,ti. v- 1 Question I 1 American Company . THOMAS 300,000,00 itvt i I Hrl I v --TV.1 vsfm , J n"l ntrafRecord, Thurlday July 29, Always leave your 19 1 5 Page 5 Puritan". Gowcn llowen thiifflat "Tho with and spent SiT.dav 2(K! Lexington friends Call "Th Puritan", phone they will deliver your drinks. MIm Kthel Walters is in atanioru visiting Mrs. W. 0. Martiri. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hpellh are In Sam erset for a visit to friends. Miss Alice Dvelw of Kiiestof Mrs. Henry Moore. Is the V V .HY OM'LEGS'IF-DESIRE- M; IJII M M1JC5TIC 5TEnmc(?-cuu.CMDE- t1CVtR-BU- n VOOIER' TE71 It? heivy METTLE TrnmPtijiRotiMnRBLCizED ISOZ V1LL WPPEB KETTLE f?. ! Ii H toffee pot , s if Jcy.w. ...kSBv ' fPESS .jgv M'p Sir, "iS4. 1 '7 & JWU.im.JLW 1J .'I HI1K n tltlVYftinSSLEIZtD FMM!n5 Pfin I T-sa- W V .3eH& 1: S IL!Cn) RWH Pa iwpins i LnRocfitvtR-BUR- pah; vumEn- frsainu-tiEvii PflM5- Mrs C. K. Denrmin of Nltholasvllle is with her father, Mr Ahx West. Mitrf l.ida IUIney left last week for a visit, to her aunt, In Arkansaw. MIm Lula SltnMn Is enjoying n re- cu)eratlve stay at Kllxir Springs. Miss Knthryn Ham leaves Saturday for Somerset and Uurnside for a visit. V'otl hxven't IisJ n perfect evening until you have stopped at "The Puritan" Miss Marie Italian! is at home from a visit to Mrs Luther Foley of Lexington Automobile and pienic lunches pre pared on abort notiet; at "The Puritan" Mrs, Stella Laply of Harrodsburg was the recent guest of Mrs. J. R. Mount. Judge J. P. Pralher. has returned from severul weeks visit to relatives In Illinois. Miss Klizabeth Ilryar.t of Bryants- ville was with Mrs. J. C Robinson Monday. You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Demonstration of the Mr and Mrs Russell Drown have been in Stanford for a visit to Dr and Mrs Urown. Miss Lizzie Simpson of Marksbury has been visiting Sirs U. D. Simpson and daughter. Mr and Mrs J. I). Paxton and son of Stanford, wore guests Monday of Mrs Jane Hobinaoii. Misses iMihe and Nell Itice of Paint lU'k are attractive guests of Miss Marie Dullard. Misses Kathryn Ham and visitor. Miss Anne Ham, were in Danville the first of the week. Great Majestic Range Y MORNING. AUG Mesdames Henderson and Smith of Indians, and Mrs. J, K, Helm of Stan- COOPER TELLS WHY ford are guests of Mrs. Thomas llallard TANLAC IS POPULAR The women of the W. C. T. U. held services at the county jail on Saturday Becanse ide Preparation Contains Real Iteverand S. II. Point t preaching to Merit, He Says in Statement. the inmates. Flowers and fruit were presented to Irwin. Mr. Kice Fox, of St. Louis is spend "If I have been sucrvsvfnl with ing a two weeks vacation with Ms runlae," says L. T. Cootwr. "It - be parents, Jlr. and Mrs. J C. Fox. .Mr, cause the prenration contains rml Fox Is enjoying his stay ami his friends merit. 'Tanlac Is the result of mnv vears are ;lad and proud to know thnt he halds a responsible and lucrative psi. of arduous study bv my principal Hon with the Hamilton Shoe Co. chemist. In fact, the two of as have .Mrs, Joseph L. Franois and alitor, carefully watehed its .Mim Allle and Mary Arnold were in from the beginning of th experi Crab Orchard Friday for a reunion of mental teits to its present hitrh state their mothers family, the Hutnber of efficiency. 'In easts of catarrhal affections of relationship. The relatives hld an enjoyable picnic there being 37 the mucus membranes, stomaeh, liver, present, several of she number being and kidney complaints, I twHev there is nothing so far discovered that will i root oiner siaies. equal the action of Tanlac. The Gaines family reeentjf held a re 'Ever and nnon someone suggests union at Crab Orchard at the home of something that may tend to better Mr. Wm. Gaines. There were 2rl pre our conditions, whether it may ap sent to do jus tire to the bountiful dinpertain to our health, our business, or ner spread. Mr. G. S. Gaines, a for our sociological state. It has, there mer Lancastrian, now thriving in Mus- fore, been my pleasure this time to kottee Oklahoma ami .Mr. and Mrs. J. Offer to the world Tanlac. II. Gaines of Lexington were with the When I cime to lwis1ll. I fnmily groap. The mother of this ex- stated that the saeeesM of the medfeine coltent family, .Mrs. Martha Gaines of would be as great in thhs city as It Stanford, now 73 years of age was on was I offered Tanlac Boon elsewhere. of the happiest guests at the gathering. its merits, knowing full well that It Mr. and Mrs. Harden Leaxell gave a would prove satisfactory if properly very delightful dinner Monday in honor tested. of their nelce and her husband Miss 'The suecess the preparation has Ella Mae Hagan of Lancaster and Mr. achieved here In Louiaville is ample Walter Arnold of Ilryantsville who evidence that my confidence In Tanlac were recently married. Those present is well placed. were, Mrs. K. L. Hagnn, Misses Nancy, "A large percentage of yonr best Elizabeth, Dora, Emma and Gertrude people are now using the preurntion. Hagan, and Master Robert and George and they are daily testifying to its Hagan, Mr. Wowl Walker of Paint excellent worth ai a medicine of ex Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Diaries Rankin of ceptional value in iiutstnce of ca Hubble, Mr. anJ Mrs. W. H. Duerson, tarrh, stomach, liver, and kidney deWill T. Duerson and John Powell of rangements, nervals debility, and in Wellington Kansas. cases where a superior tonic is required. r 1WLI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. s 1 If Jou want a house, let us build and turn ths key over to you. tf. A.JI Bastln & Son. Notice. I will sell on ("rah OreJisret or rent mr heufe and lot street efilap. J. Booth Suttsn, For Sale. oifer for sal my f I Iter's ptefu at Uwell, Ky, eonsMtnK of, tw heuse awl two aeres of rami, all sweeseary Htjeti orebenl and Will aril at n targfllr) If taken at otiee. Me Hurt, Iwe4l Ky. I JU OIL, OIL, OTTI0N FARMERS. can save you money, can fill jour barrel, or sell vou an A. No. I, tel barrel with Nucet, 60 gnlleii capacit; . at a low figuie, and fill seme With the best of l low nrices. Mvhtg you from il tu 12. If veu cannot make arrangements through vour merchant, call or phone Standard Oil, Agent. J. W. Sweeney, Phor.e 152. Lancaster. Kjr. 1 FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing W acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock born and nil necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly in grass for the past 14 years ami is now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fivacres in bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fertility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. e 2. TO SATURDAY NIGHT. AUG 7. 7 FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Those who attend will be bountifully served with Hot Coffee and Biscuits. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Hannsh Sweeney of Bryants'-vill- e was with her sister, Mrs. John Crutchfleld Monday. Gas Engine, Silo or Silo and We ' 9" J. E. Mount, Son THE 31 f i WANTED Army Horses and Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive ,to see them. Mrs Ethel West Darnell and Miss ilettie West are in liurgin visiting relatives and friends. VAUOIIT. Entertain vour parties at "The Puritan". They also prepare and serve, The death of Mrs. Peachie Vaught, J 4 lunches at your home. former resident of Ilryantsville, will be A Erltl Mention ol the Comings ind learned with regret by her many triends icaves Sunday for Mrs Jennie Scott Doings by Thou Kt Are Interested In. in this County, Mrs. Vaught died nt a visit to Mr and Mrs Charles Scott and her home at Paris Crossing, Ind., where Mrs Wells of Cincinnati. she has lived since leaving Garrard in Mrs. W. II, Brown is with friends in Mr It. Zimmer left luesday lor a January, from an attack of accute in save you money. A Specialty of Screen Doors for Rockcastle. visit to relatives in Somerset, Cincin- digestion. She was 57 years old and i live long member of tliellaptist Church. Mr. RftJS Pepper of Lexington was a nati and Pomeroy, Ohio. the next 10 days. Vaught is survived by two children recent visitor in Lancaster. Mrs Mariah Kirby and Miss Kato Mrs. Mr. Henry Onstott and Mrs. Robert a few Bugflles we will sell at cost. Also a Miss Anne Ham, of Somerset, is tli Kinnuird have returned from a visit to Ilurker of this county. Interment took have relatives in Middlesboro. guest of Miss Knthrvn Hum. place in the Lancaster Cemetery, the Depot Carriage. Mrs. W. T. Makine and children of Keverend J. W. Mahan of Marksbury Miss Margaret Irvine of Danville i Campbellesville are here for a visit to conducting services at the grave. the guest f Mrs. J. D. Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. W. I!. Hall. Miss Alice Doty of Winsboro S. C. Mrs. J. C. Frank and Miss MEAN. is here visiting Misses Jane end Mary Frank, ot Flemingsburg, are guests of uoiv. After nr. illness of only a few days, Mr. and Mrj. J. J. Walker. Mr. R. 0. McLean, of Nashville, died Mr. John end ran sf Maiison county The Square Deal House. Hon. C. C. Fox of Danville was .the at the. home of his brother, Mr. Harvey is th guest or Mr. and Mrs. W. ltos Uaitin. truest the tirat of the week of Keverend McLean, at Lewistown Tenn., on Saturday July 17th. Mr. McLean is well Mr. Chrrles K. Davis of Chattanooga and Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. was the recer.t guest of Mrs. KNzabeth Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey of thin county remembered in this county, having Josej h. is in Stanford for n visit to her parents married Miss Martha Ilelle Uurnside whose brother Mr. J. G. Uurnside lives Miss Ituby Nell Hilton of Stanford is Mr. nn4 Mrs. W. A. Carson. near Point Leavell. visiting her f ister. Mesdemes Ilutxm Misses Lucile liimsey of this city A Narfiville paper kivcs the following aiKl Hurt. and Acnola Ilamsey of Paint Lid. have account of his death:- "The remains of It. O. McLean, who Miss Kate Davis of Lexington has been recent guests in Stanford. d(ed Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock rt been with her cousin, Mrs. Sarah Hart GF THE Meadames J. It. Kinnaird anil V. A. the home of his brother, Harvey Mc for u visit. Lear are at Estl.I Springs taking Lean, near Lewieburg Tenn., arrived Scrrjol of .Methods. Misses Catharine Ueurne und sf'av course in the in Nrshville Sunday morning and vere Acton left Sunduy for a v mi t to friends Mtse Mattie Adams is at home after conveyed to his borne, PJjM Hayes .St, in Lexington. a plewsant visit of several weeks to wlwre services were conducted this Miss Ruth Waller, of Louisville will Mrs. 0. U. Terrill in Fleming, Ky. by the Re v.. J. II. morning at 10 arrive this week far a visit to Mrt. J. JfT J. H. Collier returned Monday to MoNeilly and ElJer R. Lin Cave. The EC. Dickerson. hUtromc in Fo:k Hidge, Tr.n., after a interment was at Mount Ulivet ceme will tell you that it Jlr. Alex WalKer and moll: or, were visit to his sister, Mrs U. D. Simpson. tery. Members of Frank Clieetham us honorary pallbearers. liivouac ailed to Danville by tlx serious Miners Miss Nannie I! Herring is in Har- and the ritual of that organization was is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it of Mr. Wesley Walker. rodsburg this week the guest of Miss observed at the residence. The' active is to have good things to cook with in preMrs Harold Oldham, of Itiehmond Margaret Sampson and attending tjie were: W. P. Kaufman. W, has been with her parents, Judge C. A, fair. paring a meal. We guarantee a fnJl ton of Vf. liusb. W. D. Covington, J. JE. Hoge, Arnold and Mrs. Arnold. Misses Ollie Phillips ami Lucile IV. A. Archibald, Chas. Kinkead. W. good coal at a fair price. Miss Ada May Klv of Junctiar City WMkerson of JLiberty, and Miss Jan A. Guild and Wt G. M. Campbell. Mr. McLean was 7tl years of age. He is here visiting Ixt Kraiul parents, Mr, Hell of Nicltohsville are guests of Mrs. and Mrs. George liallarxj. iiad lived in this city for the Jast twen- J. M. Cusev Co veara, and during his residence Misses Fay Acton acd Kath&rire Mr' and Mrs. G. M. J.yons and Miss Minnie Culley motored to Mt. Sterling Bourne who are visiting Lexington here was engaged in the rsercantile We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. worth his death he for u visit of Several days. friends will onnmose a motoring party business. At. the time of wus interested in u local coal concern, ta Natural llridgo todny. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Champ anddaUKh He wus born in Marshall county, Tenn. tors and Miss .Mary Davis motored to Mrs. John 5 Hnughmar., Mrs. llnir- - He left Nanl'viMe about two weeks ago Paint Lick to Visit friends. har.i. Ileazlev. Mrt. Ann lkrlan and Miss to visit ais ut ills term near 1'retty Miss tieorgettu Walker of Dere Harris. f Danville, composed an Lowisburg, where he spent his boyhood days. SoonJifter his arrival at his Hustonville was tho rueent uust of auto party inur city last Saturday. brother j ho .was seized with a serious Miss Katie Karnes Dickerson. Elmore presided at Miss Mary coure dinner ti Tuesday in honor of illness, vvluci) resulted in his death Sat Misses Ida and Carrie (lakes have urday, lie was a member of the Frank been In Stanford visiting their trrund the Misses McWIiorter of Paint Lick and their gueuW from Pair.tsville, Ky Cheathuui Bivouac, having served in mother. Mrs. Thomas Uukes. the civil war ii the command of Col. Mr. and Mrs. ClilTorU Huaman, Miss Miss Kula ArnolJ has returned to her Baxter Smith. He was .prominent in Luella Linchan and Mr. Jesse Ends home in SprinKlleld af tor a visit to circles, having been un uctive motowd from Cincinnati Thursday and church Misses Carrie and Addle Arnold. of Uie .Moore Memorial Presthe guest of Miss'Lucille Spratt. member church wefe He for many years. byterian Misses Delia and Martho Tinder are Miss Stella Stone of Huntington, li survived by Vis wife, Mrs. Martha at home from a visit to relatives and West Va., who lias been attending tho Uurnside McLewi, tu whom lie was friends in Cynthiana and Lexington. Normal school at ItlchmouJ is here married In Kentucky; live daughters, Miss Lucille Spratt and truest motor- visiting. Mr. Fratk Ilroadduc and other Mrs. P. F. Jones of Atlanta, Cu., Mrs. ed to Danville Sadurday. and took jtix relatives. W. T. Allen of Gallatin Tenn.. .Mrs. L. by boat. o'clock dinner with her friend Miss MUi Loretta Taylor left Thursday G. Durr of Nashville and Misses Flor City firehoats, police launches and Karris. ence and Nannie McL'ean of Nashville; for u few days visit in Somertet after lifeboats from nearby streamers in the Mr. Loyd Meadows and sister, Miu which she will go to Pine Knot and a son, E. H, McLean of Eufaula Ala; river rushed to the rescue. A hole was Ocie Meadows, of Williamsburg are Williamsburg far a visit to friends and threo sisters, Mrs. J. T. Akin of Col' cut through the side of the lower deck W. Dale of Columbia, visiting then umbia, Mrs. J. Mrs. Susie relatives. Mrs. Q. Shumate of Newburn, and two by lifesaver ,and bodies of victim Meadows aLilyattsville. Mrs. Ed. C. Gaines entertained at brothers. Harvey McLean of Marshall were soon taken out. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dal and little her home in the York annex in com- county and Wm. McLean of Fort Worth daughter Margaret, and Miss Elizabeth pliment to Mrs. G. C. Farris, of Den- Texas. per cl. 5 Malone were pleasant sojourners at ver, Col., and Miss Alice Doty of WinsDripping Springs Sunday, boro S. C. Years 5 5 We can sell you a Gossip About People N?NV Paint Lick. Ky.. July, 2. 1015. We have known the Hon. Jas. D. Illuck, o' Parbourville candidate for Lieutenant Governor for forty tears. No man has a cleaner record a home, no truer Democrat lives, smart to th limit, mild even tempered and .'positive few if any better fitted men in every way in Kentucky for the high office he E. C. McWhorter, seeks. Gutter I & Co. Joe-Hor- 11 V Kitchen - Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g ty-ti- "Tis true that the demand fur Tanlac has been large, but no larger than I had expected. Luuisville is only awakening to an appreciation of the full value of such a preparation. Teniae's iuccem in your city will be 3 even greater. Tanlac, tlie premier preparation, is FOR SALE PRIVATELY. being introduced in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts, and Decker, llallard & The blue grass farm containing 243 Scott, Bryantsville. acres and known as the John It. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell of on the L. & X. railroad, KENTUCKY PRACTICALLY mile from Fonso and from two to four miles of five good churches, and one FREED FROM QUARANTINE. and half mile of the Paint Lick schools. This farm is well imThe only part of Kentucky now having a residence of seven quarantined for foot and mouth disease proved, large new stock barn, a five is the area covered by the Bourbon rooms, a all the necessary Stock Yarks in Louisville. These yards acre tobacco barn, good cistern and are limited to handling animals for out buildings, a A leliant house on Bplendid well. slaughter. Ave rooms, good barn The order elTsctiVe July 20, which this farm of good cistern. makes this change in Kentucky and and M out. buiMtfigs and in Garrard frees Jefferson County, also removes The bst watered' farm the States of county, with seven neverfailing springs the last quarantines in large ponds anij all in grass, Connecticut, Kansas and West Virginia and two forty acres. It is so releases four counties in Pennsylvania, except about be divided into five in New York and one in Illinois, sifusted that it can if purchasers desire. and confines the quarantines in Mary threv small farms, information, write or call land and Virginia to tho same, restric- For further W. A. or S. C. Henderson. tions on the yards at Baltimore and on, i.oweu rvy. Richmond which have been imposed tip' or phone 357 U. Lancaster Ky. those, ut Louisville. on With these changes the quarantined area in the United States is practically confined to PUBLIC SALE OF a few stock yards and three counties in RICH FARM. New York, two in Pennsylvania, four in Illinois, and one. in New Jersey. On account of bad health, I will sell Even in these the tx'strictions aro much without by bid or reserve on less stringent thsn formerly. AUGUST 10, 1015 at 2 P. Sf.. mv farm cf 46 acres, J miles west of DROWN HUNDREDS Harrodsburg on good pike. This Is No. 1 land and highly improved, has 2 wells, new Cistern, good BOAT TURNS OVER AT orchard, newly fenced all over. Has a 6 room brick and frame house, 2 extra CHICAGO. large porches and pantry. New double A thousand persons are believed to garage or buggy house, new hen houses have been, drowned by the capsixing of coal houiw, meat house and dandy milk tne steamship Kastland at her dock In house ami large stock barn 40x50 feet. All the buildings are either new or the Chicago river shortly before newly overhauled, all the land is in o'clock Saturday morning. The steamer had been chartered fur grass, 15 acres virgin soil and one of the day by tr.e Western Electric Com the nicest and best homes in Central panv employes, wno nau planned an Ky and will be sold nt the above date and place for the high dollar, rain or excura'ou to Michigan City Ind Pangers were crowded on the ship shine. Come and look and you will be sbortV before 8 o'clocK, the hour it convinced that its a bargain fsr some ved to Iraw when tlie boat slowly list one. Will gladly show arty day prior tu " d tmard the middle of the river. It day of sale. If Interested, aiJjJa U. L. Todd, HaiTodsbUrg Ky. is s&k) that tliero were 2.500 people on R U a, the tteamer. - o., "rJohn Vanarsdell. auctioneer Wcivn tbe bout started to tip the ailioers shouted warnings, but it was too J ate. The heavily loaded steamer continued to roil until the hawsers which held it tu the dock snapped. a moment later, uinm tne screams of .passemjars, the steamer turned over on its aUU und floated out into the mid dle of ta river. AT OUR Apparently scores of women and children in the cabins were drowned without being given a chance to escape. Hundreds of other passengers were uble to climb on the sides of the boat. whkh is above water, and were later in taker l otf by rescuers. Life preserves were cast into the Good Work and nver from the steamship Theodore Uooeaveit, which was docked across the Prompt Service by river, and scores of the Eastland's nas- sengera clung to them until picked up Expert, Mechanics. STOP CtARAGE Danville When Complete line of Tires. Everything h, Automobile Accessories. grand-mothe- Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & 1- -2 perd-Money- -5 -2 W. B. Burton, Lancaster, - - - Kentucky. Mr; and Mrs. llootli Sutton and at. tractive little daughter, Virgina, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. C Morgan at their beautiful country home on Crab Orchard pike. Mrs. Robert Smith and little son. Leavell, of Forth Smith, Ark,, and Mrs. S. J. Stalling!, of Oklahoma are gueiti of their father, Mr. James Leavell, of Ilryantsville. G!ct bcadachc, biliousness, piles and bad breath aio usually caused by inactive bowel. Get a box of lleiaU Orderlies. Tbey act gently and effectively, gold osly by lis at 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrts 1 wl Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time. see me about it. G. II. Swinebroad, LancMter. Kv. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 121. Danville, Ky. Page 6 Vice-Preside- nt The Central Recoif , Thursday July 29 JT - asasaw The itrpa of my life Mem to hire been marked try national expositions. Mr young manhood began with the Centennial, maturity was marked by the Columbian and Louisiana Purchase, and now the sunset years bring me to this marrel of the Republic upon the shores of the sunset seas. So often hsre I thought I saw the Pillsrs of Hercules Inscribed with their "neplus ultra' that I hesitate to say that 1 hare reached them. But they who builded this Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition were so wise in adopting all the good features and avoiding those which marred the preceding ones, that to me It seems as near perfection as the mind and hand of man hare erer wrought r Thomas R. Marshall's Exposition Messag to the Nation .vc pun lieV eti Jfc The at International Exposition of the United States, after spending five days at the great Panama-Pacifi- c San Francisco, Indited the following message to the people of the nation containing his appreciation of the great fain Vice-Preside- nt ter for As executor oljf, A. Doty, I will sale at Point Leavell on 10 o'clock "Whoscsrcan. stxn at a sacrtJTct of somtthlng which fbr tn momint appears nictssarp, ihoald corns to rial work of art ntetr tqualtd. trsn bp a mlragt. If thtrs angoni In Amtrtca wltlt a thirst for knoaltdgi and for txautg and a longing for a llbtral education, such an on can hrs obtain IL This Is the University ot the world, ft has a chair fully endowed to meet the want and needa of each. The eye, the ear, the mind, the heart, the soul, each may have its horizon here enlarged. I came to bear a message; I remain to THOMAS R MARSHALL." become a student; I leare the (eet of this Gamaliel of all expositions with regret. ta at Thursday, September 9th, the following properly t; Some Marvelois Exhibits at the Exhibits In Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition Agricultural Palace at the International Exposition Show Caterpillar Gaining Panama-Paclfl- e TracFavor Over tors In farm Machinery. An observer in the Agriculture Pal-ncInternaat the Panama-Pacifi- c tional Exposition at San Francisco cannot help noticing, in the display of agricultural power machinery, tbo almost complete supersedence ot the new design of power tractor, known as the caterpillar, over the cumbersome, engine of a unstable, few years ago. There are few of the old models on exhibition, thllo the caterpillar principle has been applied to almost every type ot engine for agricultural purposes. The caterpillar proper Is a heavy sheet metal chain, varying In width from ten Inches to two feet'fcccordlng to the weight of the engine, which passes around two heavy sprocket wheels like a belt. These wheels revolving, pass the chain about them, the lower part moving backward, with the weight of the engine resting on the broad surface ot the chain between the two sprockets. An engine of this type can be operated on ground soft enough to mire an ordinary farm wagon. Duplicate of the Roosevelt African Shotgun. A duplicate ot the shotgun which Col. Theodore Roosevelt took with blm on his African trip, a gun constructed expressly for him by an American armorer, Is on display at the manufacturer's exhibit In the Manufacturer's InternaPalace at the Panama-Pacifitional Exposition, San Francisco. The gun cost its Illustrious owner 360, and its beautiful design, graceful-lineand wonderful Inlay work would Justify the expenditure to any lover ot fine pieces. The stock Is elaborately hand carved, the barrels and lock are hand engraved, and the lock ia Inlaid with a hunting scene In gold. The barrels are of the finest Krupp steel. Before starting on the trip the wrote to the makers: "I really think It is the most beautiful gua I have ever seen. I am almost ashamed to take. It to Africa and subject It to the rough treatment it will receive." The left barrel Is choked and the right open. It la cored to shoot either buckshot or a atngle ball. In a group In this Palace are displays by four of the world's greatest manufacturers of sporting arms, which form an exhibit which attracts hundreds of sportsmen. Each display is In charge ot a ft rearms' expert c nection with a new Invention making possible the radlofylng of water tor medicinal purposes. Demonstrating the power ot this mineral promoting metabolism a number ot young plants, some existing with and some without the aid ot radium, are shown. Those In the radioactive soils are seen to be growing much more rapidly than those In common soli, and to hare a more healthy appearance. This Inrentor has found a process of impregnating terra cotta bricks with minerals, and these small bricks placed tn water are sold to give It remarkable curative properties. The porous bricks last almost Indefinitely, losing only halt their potency, It Is estimated. In 1,81)0 years. Since the discovery ot this mineral It has been found that many celebrated waters, as Carlsbad and Iladen Uadcn, owe their properties to radium. The inventor claims that his process produces in ordinary waters the qualities of these famous springs. The radium ore used In the manufacture of radioactive terra cotta Is known as camotlte, a formation found mainly In Colorado and Utah, s of and now producing the world's radium. The European mineral, known as pitchblende, from which the famous European springs are impregnated, is also displayed. radlum-bearlnhealth-givinthree-fourth- Radium Used to Promote Plant Growth. Some ot the remarkable properties of radium are being demonstrated oy an exhibitor In the Liberal Arts build Internationing at the Panama-Pacifi- c al Exposition, San Francisco, in con- UNCLE 8AM 8HOWN ON THE ZONE. THE WONDERFUL AER0SC0PE, HIGHER THAN THE FERRIS WHEEL, GIVES VISITORS MARVELOUS VIEW OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOSITION 227 acres of land with 8 room house, In good repslr, 2 good uck bsrns, 2 buggy houses, and all necessary out buildings, good fencing, plenty of water anil In good state of cultivation. 1 pair of aged mules, 75 acres growing crop of corn, binder, mowing machine, cultivator, 3 wagons, wheat drill, hay rake, roller, cutting harrow, drag 3 turning plows, 1 iluuble shovel and other farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale. liar-ro- ALEX DOTY, I will Exr. alto at same time and place sell JHJ acres of Isnd locsted In front of 227 acre farm, with I room house, blacksmith shop, barn and other necessary out buildings, well fenced and In high state of cultivation. AI.KX DOTY. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. ' issBHH!rcEswfc This photograph shows a unique ot Uncle Sam on the Zone, the great amusement section at the Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition, San Francisco. figure c laasssSssl IsbsbIsbssbhsbsbsbsbIbsbh kM si' sssstMMTa THIS 18 "MR. SOA KUM." s Pearl Culture a New Industry. Among the interesting exhibits ot the Japanese In the Manufacturers' InternaPalace at the Panama-Pacifitional Exposition Is a demonstration ot the methods and results of pearl cultivation In the far East The displays of this cultivated product, showing hundreda ot pearls which until pearl culture was placed on a commercial basis a tew years ago would have been the possessions of royalty, will delight any lover ot beautiful and the methods of production will prove interesting to any observer. Though pearl culture has become a thriving Industry in Japan, attempts to reproduce it In other parts of the world have yielded but meager results. The successful method of propagation was evolved by the Japanese scic photographs ever taken are a part ot the war department's exhibit In MaInchinery Hall at the Panama-Pacifiternational Exposition, San Francisco. They are pictures ot a shell from a coast defense gun In flight the set Including the various phases of the flight beginning just as the great projectile pokes its nose out of the muzzle of the gun. The pictures were taken with a lens having an exposure period of one of a second, this being the fasteat ahutter ever manufactured. The exposure at the proper time in the flight of the projectile was made by breaking an electric circuit In a wire stretched across the trajectory at the desired point and connecting with the shutter. One picture shows the shell out of the muzzle before any imoke and gas has escaped. Another was taken when the shell was two feet from the muzzle but hidden by a heavy ring ot smoke. A third shows the shell in. flight a hundred feet from the muzzle. The photographs are so perfect and the exposure so rapid that scarcely any blur la perceptible. They were taken at Fortresa Monroe. Va-- , under the direction ot Capt F. J. Uehl of the coast artillery corps and bead of the department ot enlisted specialists at the Coast Artillery school at Fortress Monroe. c halt-way Most Rapid Photographs Ever Taken. The most remarkable set of speed "siaMlra The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs fur 1915, ss far as rviorted. OlScers of fairs are requested to report any omissions or corrections of dates. ML Sterling, July 21- -1 days. Harrotlsliurg, July 27- - I ilave. Winchester, July 2D- -4 days. Illue Crass Falr.Lex'ton Aug 2- -0 da Tajlorsville August 3- -4 days. Hurkesvlllc, August 11- -4 days. Vanceliurg, August 11- -3 days. Ilroailhead, August 11 -- Ways. l'errvville, August 11- -3 days. dn&a. Kern Creek, August Sanders, Fair, Augll-id- s Stanford, K. of P. August 18- -3 da. Shepherdsville, August 17- -4 days. I.awrencrburg, August 174 days. Columbia, August 19- -4 days. Eminence, August 11 4 days. Kwing. August l'J- -3 days. London, August 24 4 days. Kllxabethtown, August 21 3 days. Sheluyville. August (iermantown, August 254 days. ML Vernon, August 4 3 days. 11-ays. -- ' CASTORIA For Infants and CbJUrea THE. GIANT FRAME OT THE AERO SCOPE. AS IT APPEARED UNDC CONiTKUCTlOK Aero-scop- e, BBBSBSBvlSBSBSBfisBSBsK Visitors to the Zone at the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition And much to amuse them by a visit to "Soa Kum" and hundreds of other interesting concessions which line the Zone's broad avenue for a mile. In "Soa Kum" one tries to hit all kinds ot heads for all kinds ot prizes. In the unique mechanical achievement, the For the seeker of amusement there Is opportunity on "The Zone." at the Panama Pacific International Exposition. The Aeroscope resembles a giant crane of a novel and intricate design, Hs steel construction recalling- - that of the liascule o ridge. At the extremity ot the car with a seating capacity for 100 persons and standing room for 10 more. long arm of the crane Is a tor the long At the short end of the crane Is a giant mass of concrete, which serves as a counter-balancarm ot the crane. Beneath the car are two great water tanks, which take on water or discharge It aa passengers enter or leave the car, thus always preserving the balance to a nicety. When, for example, a man weighing ISO pounds enters the car an amount of water ot equal weight Is released from the tank, and when the paasenger departs 140 pounds of water are automatically discharged Into the tank below the car. The car ascends without perceptible motion, and perfect safety and a Jarless ride of ten minutes Is assured to paaaengers while enjoying this trip of 165 feet Into the clouds, or four feet higher than the Ferris wheel. Two motors control the sacent and descent In conjunction with the counterbalance of the huge car. and when It reaches Its extreme height It begins to swing slowly around on the wheels at Its base, giving a magnificent view of the exposition, of San Francisco bay and ot the city of San Francisco. two-stor- Always bears In Um For Owr Signature of 30 Ymts Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville. Ky. North-boun- No. 10 No. 1 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m. Spe NATIVE LIFE OF THE FAR PACIFIC. Of Course You Are Going to See the Exposition The World in Epitome Shown by Displays in No. No. No. No. N'o. cial, dally 6:03 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except SunG;03 14 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 - .Local Express, daily 1:35 Limited, daily 5:20 12 Royal Talm, dally.. 6:37 CSouth-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. No. C No. 11 Tallin? !LJ"" sflflsHsK:-Ji the Vast Exhibit entist Koktchl Mlklmoto, who discov- Palaces at the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition. c ARTS AND CRAFTS OF 10,000 YEARS AGO SHOWN IN THE No. TEHUANTEPEC VILLAGE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFINo. INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION C 1 13 L o c a I Express, dally 11:05 a.m. Royal Palm. dallv-ll:a.m. New Orleans Limited, dally 11:35 a.m. Carolina Special, dally 10:15 p.m. 20 No. No. 3 clnl, daily 0 Spe- - ered a species of oyster which produced the pearl on the surface of the .shell. Though the finding of the oysters and Inserting the nuclei, then waiting for the pearl to grow to a commercial size may aeem a simple process, the fact that it has not reduced the price of the gems, even to that of the most expensive imitations, chows that It is beset with many difficulties. Plow at the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition, One ot the most valuable exhibits commercially, In the Agricultural PalInternaace at the Panama-Pacifitional Exposition, Son Francisco, is tin ancient plow displayed in the Massachusetts exhibit and forming a striking contrast to the modem machinery displayed on the acreage ot floor about It The plow owes Its distinction to the circumstance that a hundred years ago Daniel Webster's youthful hands guided it along the furrows of bis father's farm near Marsbfleld, Mass. It was drawn by a yoke ot oxen and If the future peer of American orators and statesmen could turn an acre of sod a day hs had to work from daylight to dark. Daniel Webster c highly-comple- 11:35 p.m. ot the interesting Samoan village at e The photograph shows the belle International Exthe Panama-Paclflposition at San Francisco. The structures tn this village, comprising the native thatched huts of the Samoan. or as they were formerly called, the Navigator Islands, were brought Intact from the native villages and are absolutely faithful in all their features. There are many native families living In the village who for the edification ot visitors perform the aquatic feats In which the Islanders excel, and dance the rhythmic native dances. The Ufa of the people of the Pacific ocean Is wonderfully illustrated at the Exposition, and ot all the racea none are more Interesting than the Samoans who exhibit many traces of Aryan descent No Exposition visitor should fall to see these unique ttibespeople. Today the great Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition at San Francisco Is being widely exploited throughout the world by the millions of sightseers who have visited the exposition since Its opening on February 20th last as the most beautiful, comprehensive and Interesting universal exposition that the world has ever knoWn. The wonderful exhibit palaces house the treasures ot the earth, while the grounds, planted to millions ot rare bulbs, are a gorgeous mass of color and fragrance. To the visitor entering the gates for the first time, either by night or day, the scene Is certain to hold the newcomer spellbound, as the vast panorama unfolds bit by bit before the gaze and the eye wanders from one beauty spot to another In an endless chain ot amazing surprises. Entering the main gate at Scott street, fot Instance, the visitor sees the great Fountain of Energy directly before him its giant sprays sparkling and flashing in the light of the warm California sun by day, or assuming the appearance ot masses ot flowing flames by night under the powerful beams ot the great batteries of searchlights trained upon this work of art. As the spell Is lifted the eye falls upon the Toner ot Jewels, tht great center piece of the exposition, and again attention Is arrested until the eye has conquered the dizzy helghta ot this tower, every cornice and figure sending forth Its share ot dazzling lights. The world's advance In all branches ot art, science and industry is amazingly portrayed In the exhibits. Among the electrical exhibits, for example, is the Audlon amplifier. Invented by Lee Do Forest, Through this lnf entloo the visitor In the Liberal Arts palace Is enabled to converse over the long distance telephone with his relatives at the farthest section ot the Atlantic coast and may hear the voice ot the speaker In greater volume than waa actually given Into the transmitting telephone. The Intensity of the sound Is Increased by passing through beat waves. Today It is possible for sn orator in New Tork city to address through the telephone a large audience at San Francisco, the sound being increased so that It Is of power great enough to fill a large halL This single advance tn the development ot the telephone Is paralleled in hundreds ot other lines. The railroads kve made low round trip rates and ample and reasonable accommodations are to be had in San Francisco and the adjoining cities iBBBKAvlllKftfefvSktswr ajsaviTSflUMsBBBVeBBnaS" cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes nnd information call upon or address HI. J. Coughlln, ngent; 'phone 310. No. 27 Blue Florldn Spe- ' BVSBBVMMEaSsjSBSBSBKssflaM L. & N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ARRIVE. No 10; 5.-0- a. m. HaBstaSBBHSsHalsBMHsBI To Maysvllle, connecting st Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No o 71; 8:35 a. m. The Tehusntepee village on the Zone at the Panama-PaclflInternational To Rowland & Stanford connecting is a bit or the oldest civilization of the world brought to 8an Francisco from the country ot the Azteo ruins tn Central America. Beautiful at Rowland, L & N to all points South carpet weaving is shown, together with onyx cutting, clay and wax modellog, No 28; 11:01 a. m. ancient dancing and singing, pottery making and coloring and other arts To Richmond, connecting with L & characteristic of the people. A typical garden Is open to the visitor In the N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington concession tn which is to be seen the landscape art ot this people. & Cincinnati. Mfddleaboro & Knoxville. Kxposltlon No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. The Central Record Jaf 51.00 Per Year in Advance. Laacaster, - fast Urson 'School 3 Law. 1a. X. vaat OOMPLCTX TWO (msLLS. litis (arm. (fcllaWlea. UUrWtssaV Kentucky. TtimJLra iWaksvn mm tmmxa, VU 113 Birw. Till (to Msir Imfbf. fur rflJtJt uataaiuatuiJ Halt VwUm r.t.ktnsj rUj Ui Uma. tit AmstftoMwuUetUIIf am an Ott. S. sfcaaa IVauaraf f usT bssn ia TUttUUtUlC X str, LMifrau, m Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relieve Your Indigestion R. E. UoRoWta J No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with Kr- - Shown at Konan's Opera House Each Moaday Night train to Bristol fast & Atlanta. rr ' r- EASY nebntraf W: Record, Thur (day July 29, 1915 Cored of Indiges Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, ildlana, IV, was bothered with inrtigeslinn. "My tomach pained me night and day", she writes. "I would feel bloated and have headache and belching after eating. I also suffered from constipation. My By DONALD CHAMBER LIN daughter had used Chamberlain's Tablets and they did her so much good that she gave me n few does of thorn Jerry Whltcomli, n young American, and Insisted upon me trying them. bad it hobby mountain climbing. On They helped me as nothing ele has several siiciiiwue summers be went to done." For sale by all dealers. lm. soinu one of (lie priiieltml mountain regions of the world n lid kciiIciI n punk. was SwitzerHut his favorite MT. HEBRON land. Indeed, that Is the favorite moun Horn on the 2.ilh to Mr. and Mrs. Tom tain country of inot persons. Whether or not it Is finer tli.i the others Is a Darker a baby girl. U one thing about Miss Francis Montgomery who has iuestlon, but there It that plvos It suirlor attraction. It been sick Is Improving. Is In thu heart of Ktirupo and In tliw Mr. and Mrs. Ilennle Pre j ton are en Hue of tourist. tertaining a fine boy at their home. Whlteninb had n favorite guide who Charles it. the little son of Mr. ami lived at Scheldcgg, u Iniliit from wbli b climber liuve been lung Used 'o start Mrs. Harrison I'reston is quite sick. Tills was to ascend the Junyfrnu. Miss Eulalla Montgomery of Lancas before a railroad was projected to curter was with her cousin Mrs. EddGrow ry tourists to tbo top of the mountain. Sunday. and Selimltt, the gwlde rpferrvtl V, bad Mr. It. L. Grow sold his farm near a cnaict not rur ntwvu cneiuegg. One day when Wliltcoiiili had Locust Grove to Mr, Odus Naylor, the crest of middle nse ho appeared at price $:!000. Scbcldegg ai.it found lih old guide Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Montgomery left smoking bis plo in front of his chalet. Monday for h visit with relatives near "My old friend," said the Amcrlcau, Hirrodsburg. "I have comp for ti last cllmh. 1 will Mr. Lee Tracy of Judson and Mr. soon be, old and not able to mnka these pilot mo once Hobert Grow of Pleasant Hill were ascents. I wish you to , more." with .Mr. Edd Grow Sunday. "Ah, herr," replied the guide, "don't I tint several years old Mrs. Eugena Clatk and bsby of Doyle talk that way. were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. er than you. and yet I must go on F. W. Montgomery Saturday and Sun climbing, eUo I and my family will starve." day. There was a sadness In this reply Mr. C. W. Johnson sold his farm that made Wliltcoiiili sorry for what he located at this place to Mr. Earl Grow had nald. Ah, well, Schmltt, you price $1430 possession given January have been ued to climbing all your 1st. 1910. life. You will always Ik- - at homo In Miss Iva Del Montgomery returned tbc mountains." SchmJtt'd little daughter was playhome Sunday after several weeks visit moment ahc called with her sister, Mrs. Dudley Gordon at ing near and at the HO MAKE fAIR ATTRACTIVE. Ladies who find trouble In properly or attractively arranging anil dressing their hair ahoulJ try using a little Parlsion Sajre twice tidily for a while and note the remarkable improvement. Pariiluti Sa(?e, which can he obtained from It. K. McIloberM or any drug A Farewell to the Mountains 4 I T Page 7 aa m f Scientific I A reaming! CULTIVATING E?i 4ms "! inn lunuin j To buy every mule that will do for army use, to 16 hands 1 high, five to 10 years old, weigh 15-- Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE 1000 to 1200 pounds., sound rugged mules. GENTRY-THOMA- S 'want good, ! counter, makes the hair auft, lustrous, Huffy and wavy, takes out the dull, lifeless appearance, dissolves the dand. ruH and stimulates the hair roots Into healthy normal action. Instead of merely sprinkling the linir, it should he ruhhed right into the scalp with the flhRer tips. Parisian Sace it n delluht- ful treatment for hoth hair ami scalp, cannot possibly injure the hair anil Is very inexpensive. ALFALFA. Miss Lillian Hoeaday of .Missouri is the attractive guest of t. . cousin Miss LEXINGTON, KY. I.ucile Lackey. Mrs. Ed. Newland of ilroadhesd is expected for a visit to her mother Mrs. Uelle Henderson of this place. The ice cream supper held at Falr-vle- w Christian Church by the Ladies Aid Society on .Saturday July 21th proved to be a great success. Everyone seemed to enjoy their supper and to appreciated the kindness of In giving them a beautiful night for the occasion. The neat sum of $.10 was realUed which will be Used for the benefit of the church. On Sunday July 23th the1 home of Mr and Mrs. Morris Green was overshadowed with gloon when the Death Angel took from them their precious baby boy, christened Luclan Ean. He was only four months of age. lntermentin Leavell Green Cemetery on the follow ing Monday evening. "The Lord knoweth beat out: Frankfort. He knowth and loveth all "Papa, who Is that woman OTer When he bids his children come, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Clark of Edenton there?" They can only answer his call." Madison county were with her mother "What woman, my child?" "The woman on thu glacier." Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott Sunday, and atSchmltt turned to Whlteomb and tended preaching here. BUCKEYE asked him If he could see n woman on the glacier, his own eyes lielng not so Misses Nell and Llda Mae Itay were good os they had been. An nvornne tost of two cents a mile pro.iiliM Whlteomb A TREACHEROUS TROUBLE guests of the Misses Calico, Sunday. iH'cred In the direction of the glacier. for operating ami mninininiiig n Fonl enr Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker were Imt said he could cc no woman. Lancaster People Are Shown The Way And "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" asKuesta of Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders Schmltt turned pale. "Something troubles you." nald WhltSunday. sures the continuous use of your car. In Out. eomb. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sebastain are re every contingency there's n Ford dealer nenr Kidney diseases are very dangerous. "It is the spirit of the mountains. joicing over the arrival of a baby boy by. with a complete stock of parts. They come on silently, gain ground She apjiears only to children nnd never July 23rd. rapidly, and cause thousands of deaths even to n child except she U going to Ilarrlni; the unforeseen, each buyer of a new Miss I'utlie Lone spent Sunday with that could have been prevented by claim a victim." Ford ear at retail between August 1D1 J awl August Miss llarbara Gul'ey and Sunday nisht that the twg men were to The proper treatment in the beginning. climb fact Jungfrau made this state1015 will receive from $10. to 00. as a share of the the with Miss Ila Hill. Nature gives early warnings of kidney ment n matter of concern to them. Ford Motor Company's profits. Mr. Welbv I'otta of Mt. Sterling, disease backache, twinges of pain Whlteomb could not bring himself to Mrs. W. M. Smith and son Robert, when stopping or lifting, headaches liellcve Runabout JI0; Touring Car ItW; Town Car fiDO; that the child saw what alio Coupelet I'M; Sedan $'J"T; f. o. D. Petroit with all spent Friday with Mr. W. II. Gulley and urinary disorders. If these symp- claimed to have Been. Some one of and family. equipment. On display and sale at toms are unheeded, there is grave tbc cracks In the Ice or a rock must Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and Mrs, dangf r of dropsy or possible Dright's have apcared like a woman's figure. Hiram Itay drove to Richmond Wed disease. Doan's Kidney I'ills have He said as much to Schmltt, but the THE MADISON GARAGE, nesday to see Mr. Willie Itay. who is earned a reputation for their effective- latter shook hit head. I.NtOKfJIUTEII "Many children." snld the guide, under the Gibson Drs. and is improving ness In kidney trouble, and are known "have seen the Junsfrau and never Richmond rapidlv. and recommended the world over. except that one or more ierons have Mrs. Jane Kanetzar. of CheUigea, Lancaster readers should find convinc been killed on the mouiiUitii within a Okla, died July 17, and was buried at ing proof in the following statement, short time after the appearance of tlio a citizen of this locality. specter." the hirst Christian church atChetagea, It's from They set out about :i o'clock In the K. Faulkner. It. F. D. No. 2. Dox Mrs. Kanetzar was TC years of age and climb a widow of John Kanetzar who died 134, I'aint Lick, Kv.. says: "I suffered morning Intending to make the A during a single day. Whlteomb had many years ago. She was born ami for some time from a weak back. forgotten the vision of Schmltt a little reared In Kv, where she has many dull pain through my loins gave me ilnm-Mpi- " mill u'ris vrr eliM-rvIlls friends who regret to hear of herdeath. much trouble. I learned about Doan's guide was quite the reverie, seemingShe is survived by one brother Mr. Kidney Fills and used them. They soon ly lielng much cast down. On the way beams Murphy of Kansas ami one sis removed the aches and pains." they picked up another guide, making Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- a party of three, and when they came ter Mrs. Harrison Itay of UucKeye. ply ask forakidney remedy getDoan'a to the dangerous virt of their climb Kidney Pill the same that Mr. Faulk they Joined their bodies by a rope, Severe Attack Of Colic Cured. Schmltt In the lead. Whlteomb in the Co., Props. ner had. Foster-Milbur- n center, the other guide, whom Schmltt E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia Duffalo, N. Y. addressed as Hans. In the rear. and other Southern States, was taken They climbed till noon before reachsuddenly and severely ill with colic. At SUGAR CREEK. ing the summit; then, looking out on the first store he came to the merchant Jbo expansive field of mow peaks. recommended Colic, Chamberlain's Mr. Edd Moberly left Sunday for Whlteomb gave way to rhapsody. The roofing that lasts as long as Cholera and Diarrtoea Remedy. Two Illinois. "Goodby, old friends." ho said. "It's ' the building and never needs reyjiis. doses of it cured him. No one should Get rid of Hies with one of Moss fly many n day's companionship we've leave home on a journey without a bot had, but now we must part. You who They won't burn, crack, curl or rot traps. On sale at Marsee's store. tie of this preparation. For sale by all have existed for nges In your present like wood shingles, nor have they the Miss Mary Prewitt of Lancaster form doubtless will exist for aces to dealers. visited Miss Cora Uryani recently. 3 great weight or brltlleness of stone slate; jgwM-come. Your snow covered rocks will Dro. Tinder of Lancaster preached at enduro for millions of years after my besides they arc inexpensive and look better than cither. COY puny body has mingled with the dust. tnis place Sunday afternoon. For Salt by My friends, farewell." Miss Mary Naylor is visiting her Thompson Sanders was the week-en- d "Ach! Herr, do not talk that way. guest of his father Coy S. Sanders of cousin Miss Lue Dlack near Judson. Local Contractors or Cortrlrjht Metal Roofing Co., There Is something prophetic tu what Lancaster, Mr, Welby Potts of Mt. Sterling is you say." St., North "I don't mean." replied Whlteomb. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders spent this here visiting his aunt, Mrs. Wra. Smith 1 am going to leave this world week with her son, L. L. Sanders in Mrs. Patierce Rritchett of Roland is "that Immediately. I expect to live t Ihj an Crab Orchard. visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Yater old man. IJut I'll do no more cllnilt-lug.- " Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Mc.Millian were Mr. Thurman Teater of Lancaster the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I'orter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. "No, herr, you'll do no mure climbing," replied Schmltt. with n solemnity Wearen Sunday. Scott. J. I. Sanders and sister Miss l'eachie Miss Emma I. Scott and Mr. Chnrlio that passed through the other Uko a May attended preaching at Iiuckeyo Dlanks attended the fair at Danville chill mountain breeze. OF LANCASTER. They spent an hour on the Hummlt, Sunday and were the guest of Miss Friday. then turned to descend. They had not Leota Itay one of those sudden Miss Emma Smith is spending this gone fur squalls that come on so frequentMrs. Emma Munford and charming week with her sister Mrs. Willie Griggs ly out of u tine day enveloped them. daughter Rena Ray of Frunkfort were of Richmond. , A. It JENNY. 1'resldent Schmltt was In the advance and baitthe guest of her sister Mrs. Ella Ons- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater and ed, as though he bad lost his hearings. J. E. STORMES. Vice I'res't. tott the past week. chi.dien spent Sunday with Mr. and Then he moved on. but staggered. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Rev. Riser of Transylvania Uuiversity Mrs. John Yater. Presently the know guvo way beneath r. J. L. GlLI, It. T JilURY, Ass't Cashier. at Lexington will begin a meeting at Mrs. Forest Long and children from him. and he went down, dragging Scotts Fork on Monday August the 2nd. Illinois are here spending u few weeks Whlteomb with him. Hans threw himThe self In the opposite direction. Let every one come and hear this great with friends and relatives. ropo snnpped. Schmltt and Whlteomb man. Mrs. T. W. Croushorn spent part of slid out of sight with the snow. Haux Mrs. lleatrice Johnson and attractive WE SOLICIT YOUR DUSINESS. last week with her daughter, Mrs. A. fell Into it snowbank not n dozen feet little daughter, Anna Campbell were C. Daird below. near Preachersville. Alex It. Denny, Samual I). Cochran, J. II. Posey, J. E. the pleasant guest of her mother, Mrs. The storm soait passed, and linns, Miss Lucrctiu Anderson is the at Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott; Directors. Marv A. banders Saturday night and making his way back to Scbcldegg. retractive guest of her cousin Miss ported the accident and the disappearSunday. Mrs. Eliza McMillian has returned Victoria Anderson of Preachersville. ance of his companions. A searching party went out to look for the IhmIIw home after a months stay at the St. and found that the two men had gone Joseph Hospital of Lexington while over a precipice n thousand feet deep. there she underwent an operation. We Descending, the searchers Raw that are glad to say she Is doing fine. they had doubtless fallen Into a crevasse. The American sleeps among Best Diarrhoea Remedy. the mountains hu loved and to which be bad bidden farewell. If you have ever used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Of BOl'BBON rOllTBY CIRC Sam F, you know that it is a success. down a chick's throat cures Guin. Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had few the Saici, A waterdrops In anil measles and got caught out In the rain, cures J!People Ask Us y prevents cholera, diarrhoea and It sfttled in my stomach and bowels. and otherchlck dltea.es. One iWhil (s the best laxative? 'Years of WC bottle Bakes It fallen, of I had an awful time, and had It not experience in celling all kinds leads us medicine At all JrusjttU. to always recommend tten for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Sample and booklet on rowls" tent FKEK. and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 could not pos Beurboa Riastfi Cs. biisitos, I; f5.C5. Board at hotel including the routes sibly have lived but a few hours longer i Pound trip Railroad Fare the safest, surest and most aaUilttCr to remedy, 1 now Sold by McRolerts Drug Store tory. Bel J cnl v by us, 10 cents. three days outing for $12.15. but thanks this For sale by am deal An in the Cave for f0.50. all well and strong. and J, R. Macs!, Son & Co. R. E. McRobtrts er. Write or phone L &. N agent for particulars. & FLETCHER MANN, FONSO. iiss! CENTRAL RECORD BUILDINfi. Residence Phone 41 Thero Is a difference of opinion I Office Phone 59 among alfalfa growers In regard to the I LANCASTER. KY. practice of cultivating the surface of alfalfa fields after tho removal of a crop, says tho Iowa Homestead. In the dry regions tho effort of surface cnl tlvatlon Is to strengthen tho growth and thicken tho crop, but there Is some question as to the advisability of doing any cultivating whatever In tho corn belt The reason for this Is that farming Implements tend. In many cases, J?. W. Morrow, Cirtittunte Optician Glaiiea Fitted. gitutau onUnfnted to split the alfalfa crowns In such a way as to cause the root to rot, and becnuso of this many successful alfalfa growers do little wojk on the surface after getting n" stand. This matter Is briefly discussed In the following extract sent out by tbc Fine Cut Flowers. Kami Improvement association of county. III.: The best time to cultivate alfalfa John M. McRoberts. Is In tho spring after danger of freezing, before the plants have made too much start The next best time to cultivate Is In the fall after the last cutting. Alfalfa may be cultivated Immediately after the first or second cutting, but this Is not very practical on account of lack of time and labor and less desirable than spring or fall cultivation, because summer cultivation Lick, Kentuckj. Diffsrtncs of Opinion Among Grew trt Regarding tht Practice. Honakers M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. sKaRtssl sflrHWWrwEWE John Jl. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati 1). V. M. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. Office at W. II. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. CUTTING ALFAX.FA. a InsteadlofWoodSliingles orSlaie CORTRIGHT Metal Shingles r i 50 may check the growth of the alfalfa and Is likely to leave the ground too FUNERAL DIRECTOR loose and perhaps too cloddy and Office Over National Hank. dusty. The alfalfa shovel cultivator or alfalfa spring tooth harrow Is the Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 best Implement to use. but the disk LANCASTER. KY. harrow will give good results, especially In the spring. It carefully used. "Set tbc disks rather straight and weight the harrow If necessary, makFor All Kinds of ing It cut two or th'ree Inches deep. Double disk or cross disk. If necessary, and finish with the common straight tooth harrow In onler to pull out the grass and weeds and to thoroughly pulvcrlzo tbc soli and level It. see "It Is not advisable to disk alfalfa until the third year after seeding. The I common harrow and perhaps tho spring tooth harrow or alfalfa cultivator may bo used tho second year." It Is questionable If go strong an Indorsement of tbc cultivation system Office Hours 9 can be secured from the majority of alfalfa growers of tho corn belt. In case of a dry season the creation M. K. Demy ani W. A. Wbedet the of a mulch by using a spring tooth harrow or shovel cultivator may greatDoctors Of Dental Surgery: ly benclt the alfalfa crop, but In tbo case of a wet year the grower of al- Offlce: 9torme Balldlnf otti Htm X Aider-on' nrnltnre tftore. falfa had better go rather slowly In adopting the practice of stirring tho LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. surfaco of alfalfa fields. It ts true that In some Instances all tho surface cultivation will tend to keep blue grass In check, but one must chooso between the desirability of Injuring the blao grass nnd the injurious result- that Is apt to bo produced on the alfalfa crop Itself by surface cutting and wnrface J. A. Beazlev ROUGH LUMBER, G. C. COX. Manse.Ky Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryoiv Stabler-Lancaster- . 23rd Philadelphia. stirring Veterinary Surgeom and Dentist. at Rainey s Livery - ' Kentucky THE NATIONAL BANK "toed 99 L HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Glass Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Mrs. lay McGee.ol Sleph- - I "For enville. Texas, writes: nine (9) years. 1 suffered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. it seemed as II 1 would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's Ionic, and It helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." J Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt SerConvice. Guaranteed Quality. nections at all Granite and Marble: Quarries. Olllce and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 1W. Stanford, Kentucky. TAKE Cardui W The Woman's Tonic ol greatest need, STRAWBERRY Mammoth Gave Regular Morning Train, AUGUST From Lancaster and Way Stations PLANTS 11th. u Cardui helps women In time because it contains ingredients which act Our first offerinii of the remarkable specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on mm Everything for Orchard. Lawn ani) account of your condition, stop Garden. worrying and give Cardui a Write for free Catalogue. No Agtt. trial. It has helped thousands ol women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. & Sons. Fruit and Shade Trpes Mammouth Pearl Potato H.F.Hillenmeyer 1841. Lexington, Kentucky. WIS Page 8 the distressing spectacle of 64 murder per 100,000 population; Milwaukee, "wet had only 4. Atlanta, "dry." In ifre ot our ihn hrxtitic M lot llie eteln-it- r 1912, had 39 murder per 100,000 n Chinese 8ugir Cine. ttrmrr tnt,.erlWr, ami li for Debt-i- s Now Philadelphia, "wet." hsil 2; thf m aloct. (itin mill 1Kb tuiuga on One variety ot t'hlnesa sugar cans Chicago, "wet," : Topeka. "dry." rm trmr cannot slto'd tn mltfr-tlf- Is raised for chewing In Its natural "Will mows, In 1910, 1 arrMt for drunkpn-ne- s . State-Wi- de No hnilr win preilt1o?rr lour Into and kept In rood condition for for every 64 resident; Cincinllnrt, nr1 will toftnlylii two lf!M ol the ruontlu by being burled In tho ground. rcoitn. Year "wet," 1 for every 287 resident. Will Come nati, of Potatoe onions for sale, ttotli sizes. Missing Something. Political Office C R. Henry. Klrksvllle, Ky. I am suro It Is n great mistake alenough to go In when It d mule with ways to know Debts They Lost: rains. One may keep snug and dry by grapevine around neck. J.I. Hamilton such knowledge, but ono misses a from 1.56T, In 1901, to 4.ES3. In 1912, Knapp. inA little more than a year ago the til other property In tho State Is tnied During that time the population For Rent:-F- or . jenr 11)10, about world of lovcllnris. Adeline County TJpIt Law was enacted, at the sufficiently to pay off the huge accum- - creased 14 per cent, while the arrests Sr. acres timothy, 45 acres bluegrass, tor drunkenness Increased 100 par 6 room house, good garden, all under definite policy of both the Democratic ulatod debt and also provide the addl- necessary to make ud cent. So far as Portland Is concerned good fence, Fred J, Conp, Route No. 1 Republican parties In Kentucky. tlonal revenue and The Young Man "A a matter ol the constant loss anrt boar at the tame prohtbltlon doe not teem to prohibit Under Iti proration 104 counties now time the fact I think I've done rather well. current running expenses of FOR SALE OUR NEIGHBOR 8TATE8. they could You aee, I've given four cousins and have prohibition as fully as the State government. Nothing Is nrmy, three nephew prohibition. As plainer than thai 'have under State-wid-e Right at our doors, Tentiesaee, with 200 tvales of Alfalfa and LtX) bale of an uncle to the navy and a sis trr nnd two aunts a political Issue the liquor question a 112.000,000 state debt, and state-wid-e No kind of tophlltry or Clover Hay. A No. 1, No rain touched to the organization." was thouiht to be sejtled. As a moral Istry can fool Intelligent people In re- prohibition, ha had an lacrosse of this hay it being cured under caps and to the Red Cross costs of criminal prosecutions in six Immediately stored In barn. It is enIssue It was settled In accordance with gard to those facts. the wishes of temperance people all en etr eTiTriicurn tuuuiFBvn i years of more than double what It was tirely fne of weed, briars and mould. Ominous Sign. , under the local option license system. over Each county can rote A the Statue of Liberty hove In H. J. Tinslcy. It has been claimed by the political ! The flnilnelU condition of Nashville, sight ono ot the passengers rushed Inout saloons when the people living In r e prohibition i the Capttal city, i uch that It bank-wil- l that to tho captain's quarters, "Say, cap," them want to do so. save the people money by reduc-- rupt affairs may have to be placed tn Well to Remember. he hiccoughed, "can't ye watt around Some politicians, desiring an excit ing crime, pauperism, ana insanity, the hands of a rscelrer "Do only tlmo you's justified In be hero until dark? .My wife' waiting Issue to aid them in obtaining con thereby reducing the cost cf criminal It Is known to all men that West In' a kicker," said Uncle Ebtn. "It out ing for me with a club in her hand." Facts and authentlo Virginia, which ba had state-widtrol of the business and political af- - prosecutions. prowhen you's In BwlmmlnV Rxchange. fairs of the State, resurrected the llq-- statistics utterly disprove these state- - hibition for only one year. Is practicalI They point to Kansas as a ly paralysed financially for want of uor question, and proclaimed State- - menta. Mountains That Are Magnets. The money to pay the enrrcnt expenses of . wide prohibition the paramount issue. shining example of prohibition. The mountains of Porto nico ari so Indirectly, therefore, the question will following fact, taken from govern the state. During tho same time the magnetic that they attract surveyor be voted upon at the primary, to De ment statistics, prove conclusively number of prisoners tn the Charleston plumb lines, and It ho been found e held August 7, because one of the can' that Kansas Is not the state-widJail, In, the capital city of the state. In some old survey nre Incorrect It Is claimed to be: dtdates for the Democratic nominaThe undersigned hereby g've warncreased from 29, on May 1, 1911, to 92. that Number of PRISONERS per 100.00cr!oa.Mi-tion for Governor ha made that Issue ing to all persons not to trespass upon j, m8. Tn!,, too, disprove by half a mllo or more. political pro- population a fundamental part of his that stato prohibition eaves costs of our lands for any purpose whatever as 90.91 criminal prosecutions. Kansas gram,. we will prosecute all JlTenders to ful Most Valuable Fur. voters know and Nine license states (average) , . 73.51 It Is well lhat the Sea otter Is tho most valuable fur extent of t- - law Hunter and. Number of PAUPERS per 100.000 some of the facts that vitally BESIDES consider THE ABOVE FACTS, nt present; Russian sable Is next tn Fishermen especia'ly take notice. THOUGHTFUL affect the welfare of the state, and of population: MEN MUST NOT value, with silver tox nearly approachR. - Elkln Ed & N H Price : 42.49 FOflGET THAT STATE-WIDthemselves as citizens and taxpayer, Kansas PROing It, although vhfn the slzo of the Mr? Rebecca J. West. 25.42 HIBITION WILL WIPE OUT $6,500,-00- 0 skin I considered tho sablo Is Inf- W. R. Cook. before voting.to tear up our economic Nino license states (average),. (These atne states are all .agriculJames G. Conn, II. 0. Arnold. PAID ANNUALLY. BY KEN Xtem. Many 'ridiculous and false initely greater In r.lue.- TUCKY DISTILLERS statements have besn made by politi- tural state similar to Kansas.) FOR GRAIN; J. P. Hlsnd. J, C Morgan. inper) THAT S2.200.000 PAID ANNUALLY Number'of INSANE PERSONS cal prohibitionists, calculated and J. H. and W. S. Weaver Apt Co.TMUrlion. Dut 100.000 population: tended to deceive, the voters. AS WAGES WILL CEASE TO BE We will add other nmes for 25 cents George is fond of Stother Goose '"PAID; THAT no truthful man Kansas .... 1J2.3 here are facts that 2,405,000 NOW PAID rhyme. HI favo'lte Is "Old Mother cash. Seventeen' license states (aver- can deny: ANNUALLY FOR COAL AND BAR. tf On Oay he begged his ' "CP) 124.3 IRELS WILL NO LONGER BE EX- - Hubbard." CONDITION OF THE STATE mother for cnr.Jy She thought "he County Court Dajs. Number of DIVORCES per 100,000 FENDED; THAT TREASURY not have It nnd population: of A MILLION DOLLARS ANNUAL. should at her nn Instant, refuFed. He Richmond. 1st. .Monday. turning ago, Kansas then On June 30th, 1915, one month 286 LY PAID IN INTEREST BY DISTIL-- looked Paris, 1st, Momhy. 'the condition of the State finances Thirty-on- e license states (aver-LERS AND BREWERS TO KtlN- - away with a stgli said: "And so the poor dog had none." ajre) was as follows: Frankfort, 1st. Monday. 1S3.5 TUCKY BANKS WOULD NO LONQ- Number of DIVORCES gsmted toiER BE ADDED TO THEIR EARN Harrodsburg, Ut. Monday. Outstanding interest, bearAND ;. $3,209,589.07) wives for cruelty per 100,000 popula-- INOS, $40,000,000 ing warrants Lexington, 2nd. Monday. . BROUGHT 854,422.00 tlon: INTO KENTUCKY AN. Cash tn treasury Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Kansas MONEY 24.3 NUALLY FROM OUTSIDE Leaving a deficit, or debt. THE Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. license state (aveiv 2,355,167.00 j Twenty-fou- r STATE WILL CEASE TO FLOW bearing Interest Carlisle, 2nd. Mondav. ) 14.1 INTO OUR BUSINESS CHANNELS. at The interest "on this debt at 5 per Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . The cental 117,758 a year.. The debt U counts relative number ot'savlng ac Jtlnety-UvLawrenceburg. 3rd. Mondav per cent of the product Is often quoted as a basis of growing' larger all the tUne. Doth comparison aa to tb shipped out. Nicholasvllle. 3rd. Monday. prosperity of dif- ot Kentucky distiller principal and Interest are becoming of the state, bringing Into our busiMt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. ferent state. The report of Compan Increasing burden upon the taxpay- - troller of the Currency ahoSrthe on Farm Lands. ness life a constant stream of foreign Somerset, 3rd. Monday, that Tin 4, 1313, Kansas bad L14t savings money. June Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. RIVINUfeB Practical men, knowing that noth- For particulars see depoeitorle for each 100.000 do mi laLANCASTER. 1th. The entire amount of revenue paid tlon. Twenty-sevelicense state hid ing can be gained for temperance, "m1th, Monday. orality or. economy, are determined to annually by all .forms of the liquor Monticello. 4th. Monday. system of loctfl. business to the Stat treasury, tb the perMoO.OpO population. These twenty-- - ,ttnr?jr Versailles, 4th. Monday. counties and to the cities and town of seven state are agricultural states county self government, and not de Citixens National Bank: Lancaster, Ky Kentucky, a follows: similar 10 ivansa. so Kansas shows stroy or drive from the staje the countless, millions of capio better than other states In that r S700.000.00 BUte revenue tal and property that now constitutes pect. ot LouRevenue to the city one of the stats' chief Industrial as631,000.00 isville DEATH RATE AND DRUNKENNESS. sets. To ancosreg a policy of conRevenue, to cltlessand town . A few comparative lium from fiscation and destruction ot state revother than Lttjesvtll . . 7. 414.000.00 other 'states may be Interesting. North enues, by nominating candidates Revenue to iwntle from Carolina and Maine, "Dry" states, pledged to such a program, means to application .c&Sfce county show respectively a death rate of 17.3 the "taxpayer nothing mors nor lei 200,000.00 Ux and 16.1 per '100,000 population. Nine- - than, the following necessary shining of the tax burden: WHO'S GOING TO PAY? Kentucky's State Prohibition $700,000.00 a From? For State i The Central FkJord, Thursday July death me, the cent. teon license itMM iyw being MemphU, "dry," afforded show a smaller In 19U per i FARMER'S COLUMN! Wisdom From "Dar run' much chandM'm a man out o' work," said VncleB-n- , "when he reads everythlnn In do paper except do 'help wanted' mlrcfllsemcnt." 1 Advertisement) E FOOLED, SUFFMl $2,355,167.00 Deprive the Stale Where It Seekers Care Not' Are After the f Three-yenrol- - state-wide- state-wid- e J I e para-dtr- POSTED -st I- ' E - . ' THREE-QUARTER- 1 TO LOAN , e 1 Five Per Cent Monday-Wincheste- n -- therent W. F, CftAMP. 1 TOM RHEA HAS PROVEN FRIEND TO TAXPAYERS OF KENTOCKY . IL940000 , White only $700,000. ot the nearly $2,000,000 derived from the.Ilq.uor.busl-nes- s is paid directly to the State treasury, yet . the $1,240,000 paid , to the cities, town and cpuntles of the State are of great financial assistance' to them, and In "thl way undoubtedly promotes the prosperity of the Stat,e- To say nothing of the revenues to cities and counties. It the $700,000 paid by the liquor business direct to the State treasury' be thrown away, as will he the case If-tlon is adopted, th'e State deficit', or debt, must at once be Increased by .that amount, making it over $3,000,000 'the first year, and this itaje debt must continue to Increase at the rate of snore than a million dollars a year un-- 1 (1) IF FARM LANDS PAY IT, THE TAX ON FARMS MUST BE IN. CREA8ED 50 PER 'CENT. (2) IF LIVE STOCK HA8 TO PAY IT, THAT CLASS OF PROPERTY MU.8T BE TAXED THREE TIMES WHAT IT 16 AT PRESENT, (3) IF THE MERCHANTS OF THE STATE .WERE TO PAY IT THEIR TAXES. MUST BE FIVE TIMES WHAT.THEY ARE NOW. (4) IF RAILROADS ARE TO PAY IT, THEIR ASSESSMENT MUST BE DOUBLED. . (5) IF MINING PROPERTY IS REQUIRED TO PAY IT, THEIR ASMORE THAN 100 TIMES WHAT IT IS NOW. SESSMENT MUST-BNo one etas' of property owners will have to bear all this burden of taxation, but It mast fall upon each and every taxpayer In the state with more or less severity. Will it pay to listen to the demand of office seeking politicians, who themselves pay little or none of tb taxes, but who sunpiy want rat omces, ana are using tne staie-wi- a proamnion issue a a false campaign Cry to get votes for their own advancsosnt and personal profit? Adv. Played Important Part In Forcing Large Corporations to. Pay Their Just Proportion of Taxes and is Best Qualified In Ercry Way for Auditorship Jt Is natural end proper that the Democrats of Kentucky should take a deep In teres t In the selection ot their candidate for Oorernor on August 7, but they should not allow that race to overshadow all other and cause them to neglect or overlook other Important races. Especially should they give their attention to the Auditor's race, for that position rank in Importance next to that of Governor. The Auditor Is the head of the fiscal affairs ot the state and the bead of the Important Board of Franchise As sessmenU which fixes the franchise1 valuations upon which, all corporation doing business In the state must pay taxes. The work of that board la ot Importance to the people, and, above all others, the Auditor, who presides as chairman of the board, should be a man well equipped and trained for It difficult duties, and one who Is Incorruptible and fearless, to compel the corporations to pay their Just part of the revenues ot the state- - without being unjust to any corporation or persons. Such a man Is Tbos. S. Hbea, who asking the nomination from the Demo-cratlc party, and there Is not a man In Kentucky better qualified for the position or more deserving of the support ot the Democrats. As State Treasurer for nearly four year In the present administration, be ha been a member of that board and a leading spirit In Its splendid work. With his intele ligent and active assistance, the assessments upon corporations have been so increased that the state Is cow receiving several hundred thousand dollar more In revenue every year than ever before. The board ba Increased the franchise valuation upon all corporation from 148,000,000 to S132.000.000. Four of the largest railroad companies, whose assessments were raised, have carried It Into the courts; and, it the courts uphold the action of the board, the Increased revenue, together with the large Increase from other corporation, which have not contested the raise, will be a great belp to th taxpayer, and In a reasonable time aid materially In paying off the Indebteda of the state. In the tour years of this administration, the Increase of revenue from the Increased assessment ot those corporations, which have not made contests, will alone amount to a sum to the state far.Jn excess of a million dollars; and the' Increase ot revenues from the same source to the counties, cltie. tad tcaoet Alttrlcta will amount 1 fran-chla- Leavell and joined his wife there. They Good Hope church. will visit other relatives in Kentucky Rev. J. M. Rogers has notified Mr. retuminc home. B. T. Lunsford that he accepts the call betote Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton and childhas been quite ot the Baptist church here but will be . Miss Delia Lawrence sick. unableto fill their pulpit until the first ren, Mr. Bryan Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy, Mr. Fred Sutton and Mrs. Levi Bell Ins been suffering Sunday in September. Miss Flossie Mae Sutton motored to with a bad foot. Crab Orchaod Sunday Mr. Joseph I'ettus of Sprirjgfield, Mrs. E. II.. IUiUr.1, Miss Mayme was Ijere Sunda . BRYANTS VILLE Ballard, Mr. ami V.r. J. Hogan Ballard Miss Mamie HoltzclaW has been motored to Crab Orchard Springs Sunslightly Indisposed. Quite a number from here attended day. They were accompanied bv Judge Mrs. William Aker, of Lancaster A. D. Ford and H C!uv KBUfiman. of the Danville fair last week." visited Mrs. J. M. Cress. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. Hogan Ballard mov- Lancaster. Mr. R. G. Tettus has been at Hubble ed Thursday tothirhome"PineCrest" The many frlerds here of Mrs. putting up a lot of meadow. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton, of III., Peachie Onstott V ught were grieved Mrs. W. F.i Parks visited her mother, are the guestof Mr. and Mrs. R. I. to hear of her death which occurred at Mrs. D. G. Rrss near Union. . Burton. her home at Paris Crosiing, Ind. The Mr. D. M. Anderson and. family Mr. Wm. F. Hager, of Mercer, has interment being in the Lancaster motored to Wilmore Sunday. been visiting his doubter, Mrs. Cbas. cemetery Tuesday morning. Miss Katherine Melvln visited Miss . Hennineer The many frierdi hre of Mr. Walter Fannie Sutton n.uv Lancaster. Mrj Bee Div of Jeamlne h Little Nanni lloluoUw lt the latest returned home after a stay with Mrs. Arnold and Miss Ella Mae Hagan, of Lancaster, were greatly surprised to .sufferer from who iii y cough. Charley Deane. hear of their marriage which occurred Miss Mary it with the home- -' Mr. and, Mrs J. C. Williams and in Danville Wedndav. They are maV? . folks. She ii u.Xn- at Hubble. children attends the fair at Harrods-Mr- . ing their tjome for the present with Edwatd s.u.tn, of Brodhesd, hug Thursday. Mr. Arnold's sistr. Mrs. B. P. Swope visited hi sisUr, J. M. Cress, Mr, W. (J. lint- -, of Lex.ngton was .and every one is wishing them a long Mr. F. F. Cim)i"i has about com-'her- e for a short stay last week, with and happy life, J pleted a bung.lo-.- font to his residence J Mrs. G. B. Rose. M Cecil entertained with Mr. .nil Mm. Ri nh S"ntt. nf Vir a picnic to High bridge Saturday In Mr, Eugene Ouull has returnedfrom sallies spent the w4 nd with Mr. A. honor of hegueit. Miss Mattie Woods Greensburg, Ind:, wure he has been at iT. Scott and famiii. of Paint Lick, About twenty enjoyed work. Messrs Wm. Jn'-i- h and A. D, But the day. The trip being made from Mr. Richard Williams and family cf rus, of Madison, wr guests of Mr, Camp Nelson in a large Motor Boat. near Judson visited Mrs. W. H. Cum- - and Mrs. Lem Tester Monday, The party was chaperoned bv Mrs. G. ' m,n' Mrs. G. B. Rose has returned home A. Bowling and Mrs. James Rankin and Mrs. Wm. Duvall visiting from Winchester where she was called a most pleasant uav was spent oy every was one present. relatives on Copper Creek, Rockcastle by the serious illr.es of her sister. ' counly'" Missel Mattie Woods, of Paint Lick Mr. F. L. Thompson is visiting and Ruth Csrrier, of Lancaster visited Dyspepsia! mother. Mrs. William Sprinkles it Misses Cecit and Jane Bowling last PREACHERSVILLE at I iJ lf5i il'. hr Shelby City. Misses Elizabeth and Frances Elmore visited their grand-- 1 of Jellico, mother, Mrs. E. Foley, . People from this place are attending religious services during a series of; meetings conducted by Rev. Stamper , , We"ek Mrs. Wm. Stalling, of Oklahoma, who has been visiting her father, Mr. J. B. Leavell is now at Crab Orchard Tablets with relative, Mr. M. R. Smith, of Arkansas, cams last week for .a visit to Mr. J. B. will relier your indigestion. II say i people in this town have used tbea and we bars yet to bear of a caso whsrr they have failed. We know the for.' aula. Solioalyby Us 25o box. R. i ha to about two million dollar for the same period. Should the courts uphold the action of the board In regard to the four railroad companies. It would add about one million dollars' more to the state, and about two million dollars mors to the counties, cities, towns and school districts In the same four yean. No man has bad more to do with this great work than Tom Rhoa. and no man now seeking a nomination for a state office Is better prepared than be to render useful and valuable serr- Ice to the state and to the people In the next four year. No other man seeking this offlee has ever had the slightest experience with Its duties. Some of his enemies, at the beginning of this campaign, undertook to crit icise him and his record a an official, but they had to quickly abandon such attacks, because the published facts clearly disproved their misrepresent-readHons. In the next administration. Mr. Ithea would prove himself a toner of strength to the state In the conduct ot Its revenue and fiscal affairs. As a Democrat and party worker, there Is not a blot upon his record, Four years ago, when he was on the state ticket as the nominee Tor Treasurer, he added great atrength to the ticket, as was shown by the Increased majority ot 2,500 given In his Judicial district alone. Last fall, In the Senatorial and Congressional races, be was chosen by tfae Democratic Stale Committee a Campaign Chairman, and under his Intelligent and successful management aad organisation, the Democratic majority In the state was Increased to 12.000. Tom Ilhea ha always been true to the party and Its nominees. He has never bolted nor sulked when thing did not go hi way in primaries or conventions. Th Democratic party In th campaign this taQ htm upon the ticket, No other man can give It greater atrength or do more to Insure Its success In the November election. He Is a man of pleasing and attractive personality, free' from malice, kind, considerate to all, a temperate and a temperance man, never having touched a drink of alcobolle liquor In all his life, and, all In all, be I a man worthy In the highest degree of the confidence and support ot all good citlteps. The Democrats ot th state could. not find better man to nominate for any office than Tom Rtiea, and. If th signs indicate anything, be wilt be the no ra nee for Auditor by a handsome tty In the prtaaary sa August I, y nd t E.'MRbert Advertisement and re! In these movements, wrllJVminy cf our 1 WHAT IS TRUE DEMOCRACY? pie, of tho greani and wisest, ar seeking to elevate human character Meet The Issue Sqmrely. conserve tho public health, attain a higher standard of public morals, ami Tfie Question Is Wet Of Dry. to provide more adequate protection for those who, now the son and TI.e issue is not changed, neither will laughters, but soon to lie the men and giod democrat of Kentucky allow women of the the country and the responSome of it to be confused or obscured. sible custodians of Its welfare mil archthe candidates are trying to mske It itects of its future prestige and glory, BDlirnr that statewide prohibition is ami who. bv their success or fsllure, devisive and will destroy the party. must contribute to its perpetuity or its This is not true. The friends of this downfall, It is dangerous to Ignore any great moral issue simply ask that the who, however handicapped, have In any people be allowed to exercise their degree contributed to the progress alprivileges at the ballot box, and vote ready made. Is this Why not? their convictions. In nil movements Inaugurated In this dot democratic? Two of the candidates state for the Improvement of education-- asking that you would decide for you al facilities, for battling glnsl disMr. Mc ease, fcr the betterment ot family life, accept their selfish views. Chcsney Is the only man that proposas for better public domination, for purity real dcmociatlc doc tune as the basis of private and public life, for the refor settling this, a well as all other striction or elimination of the evil, for great questions. securing of pure food, pure water and Mr. Stanley is the "wet" candidate. pure air for congested districts in our iiidwy,,candldate great cities, women have always borne Mr. McDermott Is and thus the way is open and clear fur the brunt of the battle nd have by the man that stands four squart on tho their ungrudging and persistent devoThe tion to the welfare of tho whole people, one great question before us. duty of every man that lias the moral accomplished much, and If given the standards of our grund old Common same turner to enforce their demands wealth at heart is to take his consrnce as is possessed by men. will in the near into this campaign mid work for the future bring even grlatcr things to fmal victory which can only mean state pass. , wide prohibition. Ii it a fight for home Those stales In which women have ami a sober citiienhii been given the power of the ballot. ' At this very time wo are suffering today are noted for their advanced from the curse of 'Election Whiskey" legislation along the I'nes suggested A that is plentiful and freely used. This as well as along other lines. will continue until e rid our state of to the results of equal sulfrage, let me this awful curse. Tne opportunity has quote the following: come and Mr. McCnvunev is the Moses; Gov. Kendrick, of Wyoming, where to lead us out of wilderness. Voters the women have been voting for forty- stop letting pollution dictate and mis- - five years, says: "Woman sulfrage has lead bv their selfish ambitions. It is a rlcvated the people." winning Issue and very day grows Gov. Haines, of Idsho:"The influence X Lj your duty and be of woman has always been in faver of fDller of clean politics." happy. The issue In this campoign will not! Gov. Wythecomb. of Oregon; be confuted or ulxcurrd. Mr. Me- - sutlrage is proving a boon to this state.' Gov. Johnson, of California: "Kqua Chesney Is bearing tne message that a majority of the democrata are hearing sulfrage In Caiiforni has fully Juitl- uitli delight. Suteuide prohibition Is lieu iiseu . Chief Justice Totter, of Wjoming: the only great question about which purified polities the voters have it conscientious con- "Woman suffrage has cern, seeing the Iiqujr people are de- in Wyoming to an extent that could not termined to depniv I be majority of have happened with male sulfrage only" Not one word of the evils so freely their democratic rights, of submission to the voters of the state of Kentucky. predicted as sure to follow the grantIs it not Do not forget thkt Mr. McChesr.ey is ing ot the ballot to women. the only candidate that is willing for safe, in the light of this testimony to the people to decide what they want. assume that these forebodings have not been realixed? Mr. Stanley represent the "wet" exThe principle has 'been endorsed by treme and Mcihtsney the "dry" ex- many of the leading men of the countreme says Mr. JlcDernmtt. and he the try. Abraham Lincoln said: "I go for "middle of the road". Every thought- sharing the privileges of government ful man well knows mere ij no middle among all who assist in bearing its ground on this morul question. All re- burdens, not excepting women". go forward or backforms must either Senator La Kollette, of Wisconsin; ward, there is no middle ground. "Woman sulfrage has passed the stag The County Unit lias not been a fail- of argument. You could not stop it it ure, but a success, nt many counties you would, and in a few years you will will attest which have gone dry under be ashamed that you ever opposed it." come to go forIL Now the time Speaker Champ Clark has recently ward, and keep in step with the prog- delayed his purpose to help make his ress being made by our sister states on a suffrage state and Mr. Dry an says: this great moral and economic issue. "if women hate intelligence enough to The principles of .Statewide, prohibi- keep out of the penitentiary and mortion can not be compromised by those als enough to gu to church it follows who are seeking to rise by minimizing, that they will make good voter". mistaking the real issue. Victory is in Kentucky has 1,881 men in her penisight. Stand for the thing you know to tentiaries and only 51 women, and her be right. The liquor dealers beleive women greatly out number men in the we will win. The people of Kentucky churches. W men have succeeded are aroused as never before. They are in placing, not going to be sidetracked by big head on the shoulders of the women, all the lines in "wet" papers orseltlth claims responsibility of rearing, teaching, of candidates. training and protecting of our children. When this question Is settled right, and consistency demands that we give then we can have good schools, good ' them a voice in determining the condi- roads, and all other good institutions lions that shall surround them when that the grand old state so much need. nut under her immediate suirvision. State wide democrats are fur all thee We hold our women responsible for the things and are willing to spend and be welfare, comfort and healthfulness of our homes and a decent regard for our spent tor them. own welfaro demand that we allow Where Do You Stand? her to assist in determining the conThe greatest public moral issue now ditions surrounding those homes. We demand that women contribute before the people of Kentucky is that prohibition. The duty of equally with men to the expenses ot of State-wid- e all temperance people Is to try to elect government and common honesty dea legislature and a governor who are in mands that she have some voice in fixfavor of submitting a constitutional ing the amount to be paid and deterprohibition mining the puroses for which it shall amendment on State-widbe expended. to the voters of the State. . We require her to obey the laws of The liquor interests are not willing that the voters of the State shall say the land and visit the same penalties d upon her for any violation us are inwhether or not liquor shall be and sold In Kentucky, The flicted on men, and the spirit of fair platform convention of the Kepublican play and chivalry so characteristic of' i'arty which was held in Lexington re- Kentucky manhood demands that she cently declared itself against the prop- have s voice in the selection of those osition to have the Legislature submit who make tho laws. a constitutional prohibition amendment Men of Lancaster and Garrard counto the voter of the State, although ty, come out next Saturday and hear the Jamu convention declared in favor Miss Laura Clay, one of the greatest ot having the Legislature submit an exponents of the cause of equal suffrage amendment on woman suffrage to the to be found in the nation. Don't forHow will the get the time, Saturday, August 31st, voters of the State, leader of the State ticket ot that party immediately following the address of defend such inconsistency, and liquor Hon. J. I'. Edwards. W. 1'. Mursh. domination? Un the other side, two candidates for the Democratic party nomination declare themselves as being opposed to the submission of tho questions of prohibition to the voters, while one other candidate say he will wait till his party convention has spoken on the subject before he speaks, and the fourth candidate says boldly that he favors the submission of this question to the Should be Engraved or voters of the State, and let them sett! it for good and all. Embossed nowadays. We think it preposterous that men It reflects good taste and will ask for support for oflice In a free government, a "government of the peo at once creates a favorable ple, for the people, and by the pneyU" impression. and at th same time want to deny th people the right to vote on a question Suppose you come and see of such general importance as jltwlf the many beautiful simples prohibition. It Is not a question of men now, nor we have and get our prices. of politics! parties, but a question of who will stand for the moral rights of the, people. We ar for the man or the men for office who respect popular government enough to let the people bay a voice In It. j . DONlm LONGER luxform fa- - ho. j e oianu-facture- Personal Stationery 1 Central Record.