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NUMBER 18. 11 FOIt SALE;-Tw- o 1913 Itarlcy-Dav-IJio- n ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at "The Tuviiavi for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks US DE1G G DC We can sell you a Those who did not have the opThe old proverb, "Where there' a portunity to see Hetty Nansen in will there's n way," has been revised Tolstoi's "Anna Karenina" will be glad to suit the situation. It now reads to know that this great tragic tn actreri will be seen again tonight "The When there's a bill, we're away. SPOONAMORE-SANDERCelebrated Scandal" at Romans Opera ine Kickers and croakers hive no House. Miss Jewel Spoonamore of Hubble place in a city with the push and pro and Mr. James Sanders ot this county a: gressiveness of our town. 'The msn AUTO ACCIDENT. were united In marriage this morning in who opposes needed public Improve t rank Conn tried to turn Into the the presence of n few friends bv Rev. F. menu and stands In the way or progarage from Stanford street while M. Tinder at his home, aiiif immediately Kress is not a good citizen. traveling at his usual rate of speed and left In a machine for Lexington and Talking is one of the strongest In as a result tore one wheel off and sprung other points on their bridal trip. Miss Bj dications of life. Let our readers be the.olhers. The crossing was wet from Spoonamore is popular and attractive governored accordingly and notice the a recent shower and the car skidded. and a general favorite in her corr firms who talk through our columns, was thrown out but escaped munity. Air. banders Is one of our prosperous young farmers. The Record They are alive and full of husinets without Injury. extends congratulations and wishes and It will profit you to trade with them every joy and happiness. them every time. GOOD WORK. t." S. Motorcyclci, in first class condition. Apply at this office. THURSDAY NIGHT. Woodrow Wilson says; "I am in favor of Local m I am a believer in Local Op-tio- n. . 1 Special Clearance 1 SALE on Gas Engine, Silo or Silo gilt!" Gutter and save you money. We have a few A specialty of Screen Doors for Also a the next 10 days. Busies we will sell at cost. Depot Carriage. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. He is found in fossilized form in near- y every city in the United States and till lives. He raises his rents, detesta h boom, loves to have other peo ple uear an tne taxes, nates to have new enterprise, despises anything which smacks of progress and. won't help a newspaper boom its own town. The work of Miss Higglns. Countv Superintendent of Schools, of Miss Skinner, Secretary of the Garrard County Institute, andof Or. McDougal. Instructor of the Institute, is being praised on all sides by the teachers, 'It Is the duty of every parent to hear Dr. Too Kor to take the home paiwr? McDougal's address this afternoon at Well, that is a distressful condition. the School Auditorium. He will speak Huy a hen, feed her crumbs and waste especially to them on educational from the kitchen and she will lay eggs to pay for a year's subscription; then EDWARDS SPEAKS. work her up into a iot pie and she will pay her first cost; so the paper will Hon. Jas. I. Edwards of Louisville. be a clear profit. Hepeat this process sKjke here in the interest of his eandl. ear after yenr. dacy for the nomination for Lieutenant Have you any news, tell the editor Governor on the Democratic ticket, nd he will srre it a In nrode. In last Saturday. Although the day was case you. do not happen to meet him, hot and the farmers busy, a good crowd use the telephone or the mail. You attended and. the opinion seemed to be fill be helping to make your own town that Mr. Edwards made one of the aper of greater interest and thereby best political speeches heard' heTe in the. present campaign. Mr. Edwards erve the general community. What- ver news may interest vou, must afterwards spoke from a machine at I aint Lick and again at Stanford Sat surely Interest many others. urday night. The following is a very truthful re ark: "The man who grows up in his A GOOD RECORD. itlve town is regarded as a boy by "Uncle Hen" Evans who Is here at his elders until he is well started down he declivity of life that ends in a hole. tending the Teacher's Institute for the The stranger who comes into a place steenth time has perhaps taucht over Is more often pushed to the front than a longer period of time than any rural me voting man who lias grown up school teacher in Kentucky. He taught with the town. This is the reason why his first school in 1S0S and has continu o many young men become dissatisfied ed since then with few breaks. He has .ith their home surroundings and .long had under the way.of his switch and rule 2G43 children and in one family has! to cast their lot in other quarters." taugni mree generations. Truly, there A mossback, gentle reader, is a cross is no better public .servent than the between the fifth centuty and fifteenth country school teacher. "Madam, are you a woman sulTra No sir, I haven't time to be, "Havent timet Well, if you had the privilege of voting, whom would you support?" "The same man I've sup ported for ten years." "And who is that?" "My husband." BOSWORTH WITHDRAWS In Favor Of Stanley. REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES, AND Henry N. Uosworth, State Auditor, has withdrawn from the race for the Democratic nomination for Governor. ClifTcrJ Uosworth. brother of the late candidate, signed n statement Of withdrawal for his brother in which he stat-e- d he would retire in favor of Stanley, who was the strongest candidate opposed to State wide prohibition. NOMINATION . Republican WATER COOLERS - LAWN MOWERS OF JUDGE WALKER SURE. 1 at Manufacturers for 10 Prir.es Reports from the leade'rs of the Party all over the State in; dicate that Judge Lewis L. Walker will win the nomination tor Lieutenant Governor by an overwhelming majority. Republicans of Garrard County are anxious that all the voters make as good a showing as possible at the primary as an endorsement for the. local man. "days only. HASELDEN BROS. Irtil - JESS LYNN WITHDRAWS. From Hopeless Fighl. A few weeks ago Mr. Jess Lynn, of Lincoln announced to his friends tn"at he had the promise of the Master in that county in the event of Hon. Chaa. Fox' election as. Circuit Judge." Mr. Lynn has now withdrawn from this fight and has re leased Mr. Fox from this appointment, and has notified his friends in the county of his withdrawal. It is now conceded by the friends of Mr. Fox, that Judge Hardin will carry Lincoln county by seven or eight hundred 3L DC 1L DC Must Raise - $8,000 OWSLEY BOOSTERS. Last Friday afternoon, headed bv brass band, Stanford friends and boosters of John Sam Owsley and about hundred strong, stopped in our city a few minutes en route ho.tie from the Harrodsburg fair, where they had been boosting the candidacy of Owsley for Commonwealth's Attorney. There were about twenty automobiles in the procession, all of which was nt the expense of the boosters and without the knowledge of Mr. Owsley. They made a good impression here. and the majority. ESTIMATE ON COST OF MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT ASKED By Cilv Council. GIGANTIC SALE Will Continue'For ' Draw A Ctiecl; for the money youove mid note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businuss with n man who tins nn There are several varities of but none of much Use to a town. They are as drones to a hive of bees and like the industrious bee, the live business man should avoid these drones and patronize those who are an advan tage to the place they reside in. moss-back- NEW OVERLANDS. account nt Bank & the Ilrtter They Garrard Trust Co. " They know he Is doing business in a buslress liku way. open such an account even if your alTalrs are not large. will crow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I ij (!) To INSURE In a Leading 1 W Such as the Sorinrifleld Fire and Marine. CAPITAL, 2,rtOO,000,00 'fjl ? Is il THHMA v-- El'lvirM. Afrftnfs. '" ft) Contractors and Dealers We curry every thinjj in the builder's line suchjas 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. A.H.Bastin&Son INTERESTING HISTORY. Lancaster added three automobilists during the past week. H. Clay Sutton, Mr. John G. Proctor and family, of W. A. Dickerson and J. F. Holtzclaw Danville, were recent visitors to relahaving purchased Overlands. tives in Lancaster. While here thev isited the stone houses on Drake's Creek in the I'reachersviUe locnhty, INFORMATION WANTED. which were built about the year 1S00 All persons holding bonds against by the Green and Graves families, an the City of Lancaster are asked to cestral to Mr. Proctor, and at that notify F G. Hurt, City Clerk, ns to period, influential citizens of Garrard. the amount and date of maturity of Mr. Proctor is a of tif;ii: i these bonds. ii uiiam joruan uraves, wno made a LANCASTER hard contested race for the GovernorCHILDREN hip of kmtuckj In 1SJ0, and while PROTRACTED MEETING. TELL" WHY THE GREAT MAJESTIC United States Congressman fromJ A protracted meeting will begin Kentucky in 1838, fought the famous Range Should Be In Every Home. the Fairview Church the sixteenth duel with Congressman Ciller, of this month and continue for about two Maine. The Great Majestic Range has many weeks. The preacher will be the Rev, superior advantages. Which does your G. J. l'arrish. mother consider best? The two letters shown below were Mr. Letcher Christopher, of this the best and were awarded prizes. All MISS CLAY SPEAKS. place and Miss Ella Henry, youngest children Teceived a nice souvenir. For i Laura Clay of Richmond spoke daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solon Henry, want of spate we cannot publish all here Saturday in the interest of Equal also of this city motored to Danville the letters. Suffrage. Owing to the extreme heat last Thursday night and were "My mother considers the Majestic united in there was not a very large crowd, but marrisge by Dr. E. M. Green at the superior in every respect: it bakes betthose who heard Miss Clay's masterful Presbyterian parsonage in that city. ter and quicker. The heat can easily presentation of her subject were en- The happy couple left immediately for be regulated and does not take half the thusiastic in their praise. Somerset to visit the groom's patents. fuel used In other stoves or ranges. Mr. Christopher is one of oursplendid The Charcoal Iron of which the Majes 'GEM IT IS." young business men, being now engag- tic alone is made will outlast steel ed in the dry cleaning business, which ranges many times because it is not The judges decided that the best he has managed successfully for the subject to rust like steel. You always name for Huny Ware's new Soda past six months get the full benefit of all the heat as Fountain was "The Gem", u name sub The bride is one of Lancaster's most none can escape and go up the chimney mitted by Mr Raymond Hughes of young ladies and The Record us others do, has u fifteen gallon copper Lancaster and Mr. Win Graig Pish of attractive together with their host of friends wish reservoir to furnish boiling water. The The prize, three dollars Stanford, oven is airtight and invented so it will them a successful and happy life. worth of trade chips was divided be remain airtight. There is a great Havtween these two. bills, and will lust three ing in THE CALL TO THE MINISTRY or fourrepair as long as times other ranges COLYER WITHDRAWS. Dorothy Dunl&p." An elderly wonan now living In the do. ,, First It lasts longer than any other Mr. II. II. Colyer, of Richmond, has west, formerly u resident of Princeton, withdrawn from the race for Auditor, New Jersey, not long ago visited her range made, and will save enough fuel leaving the race between Robert I.. relatives in that town. She was es- every twelve months to buy u, cheap Green anil Thomas L. Rhea. It is pecially interested In the progress of a range, it will not overheat the kitchen freely predicted that the friends of nephew who had entertd the ministry. like others do which goes to make your Colyer will cast their votes for Green, She had not seen him since his boyhood, work u pleasure instead of a burden, it practically assuring that gentleman's and was, therefore anxious to attend protects your home from danger of burning as no heat passes up the stove service at his church. nomination. George W. Lawsan, At dimur, subsequent to tho Sunday pipe," itememper only two more days of our sermons she heard delivered by her DOES THIs"mEAN YOU? nephew, It was observed that the old Demonstration, Saturday Is the last day you can get the beautiful $8.00 set Notice the date on the label of this woman was singularly reticent. Issue of your Record. If it is back of Suddenly she broke her long silence of utensils free, place your order now July 31st, 1915, your subscription has by asking her nephew, William, why and Iiuve the range ueUYjrtu at your comvenience. expired and we hope that you will give did you enter the ministry?" , .1 ir it...l. the matter prompt attention and favor "Why. uuntl" exclaimed the yourg uui .viicv nuu uiicuu icficu ireei us with a remittance. Remember the divine. "What a question!" I enter- from the Great Majestic, Come In and rate of The Record is $1.00 per year only ed the ministry because 1 was called." dune with us. See the Great Majestic to subscribers who pay in advance. If Just a suspicion of a smile came to in operation with paper stove pipe. you have simply overlooked the. matter the old woman's face, as she respond- Call whether you want to buy now or. for some time do not put it off any ed, "Are you sure, William, that it not. This is a special invitation for Conn Bros longer. wasn't some other noise you beard?" you and your friends. e great-grandso- n HENRY-CHRISTOPH- ER. Mi-i- That the present city council unani mously favors municipal pwnership of the Electric- - Light plant was clearly proven at. a call meeting of the council last night, when by a unanimous vote they have asked for estimates on .the heVe from plant. Representatives-werdifferent cities in the Interest of their electricaljiouses and agreed to furnish estimates as to the probable cost of the entire new "A. C." system. It is thought that the most system can be enstalled here for about $I5,0uO, in which case it can easily be financed and the city will own and control its Own electric light plant, the only practical thing for the city to do. THIRTY DAYS. G. LA"NCASTER M LYONS: KENTUCKY. . 1C DC D ROMANS Opera House TO-NIG- HT Thursday, August Sth. William Eox Presentation BETH HANSEN ' ROYAL ACTRESS The World'3 Foremost Tragedienne In Echegaray's Modern Masterpiece Celebrated It Mercilessly Castigates. The Curse of To-da- y Gossip! Compellant. You Thrill Thrilling. at. The Nansen Eye. You Weep at The Nansen Tear. You Throb at The Nansen Smile 0t f. To see her Is to like her. 6 Splendid' Films. ' No Raise Jn Price. Two shows, 7:35 and 9:15 sjAfltaW I Page 2 rr The Central Record, Thursday Aug 5 2 1 Ml il iS OF Land, Stock and Crops. FRIIAT. I AWT one-ha- lf BIS mile from 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 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 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-poun- d Six-year.o- ld Six-year-old Six-year-old the same time and place, as Agent for the heirs of said John W. Scott, I will sell the trees. Also has all necessary smoke-housice-houhen-hous- such as tenant house, etc. Large gurden Large stock barn for 20 horse.", two urn cribs 3 sheds with som? fruit. and granary room for 5,000 hushelj of grain. There is rlso a good fot buggy house, Farm Containing 200 Acres land, in n high statu of cultivation, having been s 25 mostly in grass for a nuniuer of years, and part of it in years. This farm is a good producer of any of the crops raised in this section of the country, and has long been known as the heft wheat and hemp farm in the'eounty. It is well watered and under good fencing, and also an ideal stock farm. Therefore, it is now ready for stock raising or general farming, such as hemp, tobacco or any other crops comof fine blue-gras- cottage, with cistern at the door and gooil yard and garden. A good pnir of scales on the place. Tho long pike frontage of this land makes it susccptable of division ami will Le offtrrM in two vt three sepernte tracts and then ns n whole Two-year-o- ld Two-hors- House-hol- d TERMS--Al- and Kitchen Furniture This farm is well located on a geed turnpike rood mile from Buena Vista postoffice, having two daily mails; five miles from Burgin Station on the Q. &. C. Railway; 3J4 miles from Bryantsville nnd one and a half hours drive from Lancaster, Danville mon to this section. one-ha- lf and Harrodsburg. ith-shop. 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. l Convenient to churches, school, stote and blacksmwell built, The dwelling is a gncd, frame house, with two halls, three porches, two good cellars, and two good cisterns at the door Large avenue and yard with stately shade two-storten-roo- cash; balance 5n 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 solieite and invite all who arc contemplating buying a rami to see this bargain. TERMS One-thir- d For further lnformrtion call on or address said Scott or Ruble, at Buena Vista, Ky., or the undersigned at Harrodsburg, Ky. 1111110 Col. I. SPILLM FREE LUNCH FOR ALL, Administrator and Agent. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. kkkkkkkkV kkkkkkkkkkkkH' stakkkkkkkkkM tttiV M ' it (jffeTJO tral Record, ThurscMy Aug 5 1915. akw fctl out of sorts from eotutl- pauonffaa us say that U tlo not relieve you, see a physician, licrntno no other lioma remedy will. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRoberta -- .7 ' jK ur Advlco Is: 2 Page 3 " BOOKS FOKlALE. MrT BSBH UA&IUfflfl For Infants and Children. Any book In this list 'for 25 cents. Apply to Mrs. Jennie Embry or Miss Amanda Anderson. I.lllltAKY LIST 101B. PnSTfl&f. The Kind You Have Bought- fA. STANFORD Miss Ida Holtzclaw is visiting relative!, anil friend at Wilmore thlsweek. Miss Annie Katherino Mathony Is visiting Miss Mae Dudderar lit Gilbert's Old Greek Stories. Lovey Mary. Utile Mr. Thimble Finger. Democratic Editors See Vic tdryClaude B.Terrell In Race for Nomination for State Treasurer In August Primary Election. If there is one contest in the approaching Democratic State primary election about which the Democratic newspapers of Kentucky seem to be agreed it is that the Hon. Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble County, should and will be nominated for the office of State Treasurer. Mr. Terrell has made a runaway race of it from the day he entered the contest. His especial fitness for the office Ire is seeking has appealed to the Democratic editors of every section of Kentucky, and they have done much to mold the sentiment of their communities in his favor by informing the people as to the character of the man and his qualifications for public service. Herewith are quoted brief paragraphs taken from editorials of newspapers published in every section of Kentucky. It would require not less than two pages of a newspaper to publish in full these unsolicited words of commendation of Mr. Terrell and his candidacy: The Calloway Times: He has served three terms In the Legislature, two as Speaker, and Is a clean, sober and discreet man. He will poll a splendid vote In this county neit month. The Dattard County Advance: Mr. Terrell Is a man well equipped for this Important olUce and will make a splendid odlclal. Ho Is a man you like better the more you see htm. He Is a Paducah substantial business man, and Is held In the highest esteem by all who know him, and has many friends in this section of Kentucky who will give him their support. The Princeton Leader: White here Mr. Terrell met a largo number of our people and made a very favorable Impression. He Is welt equipped from an odlclal standpoint to fill the om.ee of State Treasurer. He Is a Fulton Dally Leader: staunch Democrat, Is familiar with the public nffnlrs of tho State by virtue of his commanding position the past few years In the legislature and is well fitted In every way to make the peoplo of Kentucky a faithful State Treasurer and guardian of the funds of the commonwealth. Clinton Gazette: Mr. Terrell has mado a reputation as a man who Is to be depended upon to do exactly what he promises to do. Arlington Courier: A better man cannot bo found for this place. He Is public spirited, and a friend to the working man. Mayfleld Messenger: He Is a great friend to education and a constant fighter for good roads. With him as State Treasurer the people can be assured that the affairs of that office wilt be conducted honestly and according to law. Mr. Bowling Green Times-JournaTerrell will add strength to the ticket selected next month, and It Is gratifying to know that his nomination. Is j Fishin' Jimmy For Boys and Girls. Ten Boys Who Lived on The Road. 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Miss Christine Merritt, of Danville, For The Freedom of The Sea. Peggy O'Neal, is the guest of her aunt, Miss Martha The White Company. Sacray. Tom Grogan. Miss Carrie Miller, of Lancaster, was Little People of Japan. here last ween the guest of Mis. Jesse Letters From A Self-Mad- e Merchant to D. Wearen. His Som. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Authentic Life-o- f T. Dewitt Talmage. Adam Pence, who has been III, is slow- Victor Hugo. ly improving. The Book and Its Theme. Miss Theo Itlggs, of Cynthlana, has The Honorable Peter Sterling. returned home after a visit to Mrs. L. The Court of Boyville. E. Carpenter. The Prospector. Mrs. James Wilmott, Jr., who has Beside The Bonnie Briar Bush. ' been quite III is thought to be some- Ralf Marlow. John March Southerner. what Improved. Mrs. Susan 11. Yeager la at home The Blue Flower after a visit to relatives and friends at The House of Mirth. The Seats of The Mighty. Itichmond, Ind. The Illithedale Romance. Mr. and Mrs. Russell llrown, of Lan The Letter. caster, spent the week-en- d with Dr. Tiimalchio's Dinner. and Mrs. K. J. llrown. The Daughter of New France. Miss Clara Young, of Lawrenceburg, To Have and To Hold, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. L. Geoirrcy Strong. Rurdette and daughters. When Wilderness Was King. Miss Niincv Hunn. who has been the A Case Of Idenity. guest of Mrs. J. Frank Smith at Mays-vill-e Deborah. has returned home. Faith Gartney's Girlhood. Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, of Evelyn Byrd. Lagrange. N. C. are the guest of her Kidnapped. Struck Down. mother, Mrs. Eliza Wilcher. Mrs. W. H. Worsham and Mr. Her-nu- n Elizabeth and Her German Garden. The Daughter of A Magnate. Worsham, of Corbm, are the Up and Down The Sands of Gold. guests of Mrs. J. K. (lover. The Lidy of The North. Mrs. Wallace waiter has returned The One Woman. from King's Mountain where she has A Summer Hymnal. heen the guest of relatives and friends For The White Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurrell Smith and wife The Alhambra. of New Decatur, Ala., arrived Monday Christi.ias Eve On Lonesome. to visit Mr. and .Mrs. W. J. Kirk Red Rock. Patrick. The Quest of John Chapman. Miss Julia Ueid, of Lancaster, spent The Breath of The Gods. several days last week with Mrs, Monk and Knight. Elizabeth Dillon and Mrs. Jesse D. Paul and Virginia. Wearen, That Printer of Udell's. . Mrs. W. C. Tucker, of Marion, Ohio, Uncle Terry. and Miss Annie Walton, of Kichmond. The Boy Knight. are the guests at the home of Mr. W, At The Sign of The Jack O'Lantern. A Sketch Book. T. Tucker. She That Hesitated. Mrs. Anna Bailey and Miss Lucile From Manger To Throne. Cooper have returned home from Rockhaven. Hustonville, where they were theguests Gavrill Tolliver. of relatives and friends. The Bondsman. Miss Lucile Cooper spent last week The Winniqg of The WeJt. in Middlesboro with Miss Virginia War The Mississippi Bubble. ren. there were a 'number of card Leonette. parties given in her honor. Border Beagle;. Miss Sallie llurdette is at Lancaster Little Rivers. this week attending the Teachers' Miss Petticoats. Instisute this week, which is being A Singular Life. McDougal, of A Sign of The Prophet. conducted bv Prof. Itichmond. The Rose of Old St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Wearen, Mr. and In the Red Hills. Mrs. Harris Wearen and Mrs. Cren The Call of The Wild shaw, of Cairo. III., are the guests of Bob Son of Battle. Mrs. Jennie Wearen and qther relatives The Garden of Allah. here. They motored through. This is The Master Rogue. The Queen of The Air. their first trip here in sixteen years. Creek. Dowllng Green News: The press of the state Is loud In Its praise of him gentleman as a Democrat, a and an honorable Incorruptible man of fine business and executive ability and one who never has and never will betray a trust either In private or public life. Todd County Progress: Mr. Terrell enjoys a wide acquaintance In the state, made a splendid Speaker of the House, and Is a man of winning personality. Smith's Grove Times: The county papers over the state are giving Terrell their support, and It Is likely that he will carry the state by a larger majority than most candidates. Cloverport News: He is a man who has made good in all his public trusts. He Is a man well equipped for the offlce he Is asking. Springfield Sun: The manner In which he conducted the affairs of his great trust as Speaker won for him nfany strong friends over the state, who are now endeavoring to endorse his valuable service. New Haven Echo: He Is of the younger set of business men and possesses the push that has always been high-clas- s a certainty. lacking In the state, and has been rell Is running on a record that seems so much needed, invincible. His friends say the nomiShepherdsvllle News: He helped to nation Is certain, and the honor wilt enact more constructive laws than bo most fitly and properly bestowed. any other Speaker who has presided Louisville Journal of Labor: Citiover the House In fifty years. He Is zens of Kentucky should certainly apby far the ablest and strongest man preciate his efforts and evidence their seeking the Treasurei-hlp- . appreciation by nominating this splenBreckenrldge Newt: The Illg Sandy did worker for the public good. He Is News pays a very fine compliment to meeting with great success daily and Claude II. Terrell The beauty about his candidacy grows In public favor it Is that 'tis true. constantly Boone County Recorder: Ills prospect for receiving the nomination Is very good. He Is a Sixth District boy, and we are all for him. Falmouth Pendletonlan: Ills greatest strength is where he Is best known., which Is the strongest evidence of av man's worth, and for this high office he has no superiors. Carrollton Democrat: All who know him seem to be for him. Trimble County Is fated to have a representative among our state offlclallhe . coining inur years, Grant County News: There Is no bht on his escutcheon as a lawmaker and a faithful servant of the people. and ho now comes with clean hands seeking a state office. We have no doubt hn will reflect credit. Unlontown Telegram: Resides his ability which qualifies him to efficient ly conduct the duties of Treasurer, he Is a native Union countlan, which makes a strong appeal to us. Sebree Banner: The ticket needs strength to win In November, nnd Claude B. Terrell will add much along that line. Webster County voters can well afford to support him. Pembroke Journal: Terrell looks like a winner. He has the support of the leading newspapers of the state. In all official positions he has served CLAUDE B. TERRELL his constituents faithfully. Big Sandy News: In Eastern Kenbeen Kentucky Standard: He has closely associated with the educational tucky Mr, Terrell la very strong. No Interest of the state for many years, citizen who wants clean men In Imand popular education has no stronger portant offices will make any mistake In voting for him. advocate. Hazel Green Herald: No Democrat Hartford Herald: He Is splendidly qualified, as his service In office has can possibly make a mistake In voting for Terrell, for be has been tried brought him close to the Interests of in many positions of honor and trust the people. Estill Tribune: He Is a conserva and never yet has he been found wanttive business man in whom the peo ing. ple can trust with Implicit faith and Robertson Advance: He does not his loyalty and work for Democratic permit politics to make of him a selfish success entitles him to recognition or biased man. He is able to take care of the Treasurer's office, and he by the party. Danville Messenger: Mr. Terrell will carry this county. Ewlng Enquirer: He Is widely has gained much strength over the state, especially during the past two known as a man of ability, as a proseems moter of the good roads movement weeks, and his nomination and all educational matters. He Is assured. Henry County Local: His career worthy of the support of any man has been prominent and noteworthy who wants to place the right man of the sterling character of this splen- In the right place. Russell Timet: Democrats want' did young man. It behooves the Democrats to remember him on election men nominated that wilt bring strength to the ticket In the general election. day. It should They will make no mistake In nominatOwento. be a pleasure to Owen County Demo- ing Terrell for Treasurer. Whitesburg M.untaln&EagU: As crats to cast their votes for him. He will make a sate and efficient Treas- State Treasurer he wlH be "at home." and besides doing much good for his urer. Woodford Blue Grass Clipper: None constituents he will be In part repaid of the candidates are receiving more for the excellent work he has already favorable mention. From every quar done for Kentucky.' x Pike County Newt: A most excelter come reports of the great favor lent gentleman and fully qualified for In which his candidacy is held. Evening Post: Mr. Ter the office he seeks. Louisville News-Heral- Vote For Claude B. Terrell For State Treasurer (Advertisement.) Public Sale Beginning at 10 o'clock sharp, WEDNESDAY, I AUGUST 18th, 1915 will sell at the highest and best bid, my FARM OF 190 ACRES At Burgin, This is a first-clas- Mercer County, Ky. farm, in good state of cultivation, with a modern Fruit of all kinds, large barns, implement house, an abundance of water, well distributed, add to its desirability. TERMS OF alf cash.remainder In equal paymsnts.one and two years, at 6 per cent, interest from dst,e of possession, which will be on or before October 1st, 1915. Stock and equipment sufficient for a COO acre farm s residence in a yard of fine shade trees. SALE:-Cne-h- Everything offered will be sold without Credit of 4 months will be given on all personal property on sums exceeding $10; smaller amounts to be cash in hand and settlements made before property is removed. Dinnet served on grounds. will be offered at same time and place. a by-bi- SAM J. BAILEY. BURGIN, KY. OF513 INDIANA SILO Lux Crucis. Letters To A Young Methodist DAKOTA JACK The NwthweiUrn Com buy or ruRsurs Indian hubs oaioiNATon C & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerts. W. P. KINCAID. DIST. Phcne 199. Preacher. PAFEC CUTTERS Out of Darkness Into Light. Lands of The Bible. Monitor and Associated Natural Law In The Spiritual World. Rebecca Gasoline Engines. The FirmOf Sunnvbi'ook Farm. of Girdlescone. Wheeling Lime Grinders. The Substitute. Ulannerhassett. All sold on easy term. Rose 0' The River. Katherine Lauderdale, The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. extent of Fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin Ed & N B Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. R. Cook. James G. Conn, It. C. Arnold. POSTED t4 C. Morgan, Huucd ruuiu Kaisers AGT. K.Y. J. J. STANFORD. Story of The Golden Age Nttmesls, or Tinted Vapors. J. P. Bland. H. and W. S. Weaver We will add other names for 25 cents cash. CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, :z'cV.::'.or Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry WD (W ."Om WI HMO." 8uJ. Kr. Mrad&k do J Rt al pr.TMB. dw. iUUI4 m i I iK. worn ud hU chklM Ult c tt ill DraJiUu. Hlf. m4 Guruttcd if J. bit. Cnnt, hrdittwt, If. hie say 4.11-4- 4 ft? UM UM ilMAAliy. 1 Ku R. E. McRoberta, Dru&Jist, Lancaster, Ky. Page 4 The.Central Record INCOkTORATKD. The Central Record, Thursday Au Bid A 191 ri pill) Issued Weekly, J. Entrfrl Member F. l.oo Enn-OR. a year. GIVEN TO STANLEY. A post card canvass of the entire state (120 counties), just concluded for The Enquirer by Tom Cromwell Indi cates that the ttnl vote likely to be cast In the race for the Democratic ROBINSON. R.L. KLKIN, Locnl Filimr nnd Mfir l IIm tnt '"' In i.M Mall Mlllrt t Kentucky Press Association Eighth Pistrict rubttshera League. Lancaster, Ky., August 5, 1915. Rates For I'olitinil Announcements For Precinct ami Cllv Ulfiies i G.90 111.00 por Ceunty OlRcea 15.00 For State nml Distriet Ofllees. 10 For Colls, per line . For Cards, wr Hue For all publication In the Interest of individual or expression of individual view, per line Obituaries. per line 10 nomination for Governor next Satur day will be approximately 210,000. It further indicates that former Con gressman A. O. Stanley, of Henderson, ( wilt be nominated by approximately 20,- -000 plurality over Harry V. McChesney. of Frankfort; by about Gtf.Oft) over'V5 .leuicnnni uovernor fxuvnru J. .Mc Dermott, of Louisville, and by some thing line 75,000 over State Auditor Henry SI. Bosworth, of Lexington. The figures show that Stanley will get approximately 45 per cent of the total votes to be cast and that he Is fully 10 per cent stronger than Mc He will, according to the Chesney. representations made to the writer by knowing men in ench of the counties, carry 73 counties, as against 31 for A Nominated For In ANLEY WILL BE pa iA f .a Governor .A Saturday's Primary. the leader of the democratic party In the nation opposes the adoption by Kentucky democrats of state wide prohibition as a party platform. a President Woodrow Wilson Senator OIlie M. James, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS to The Centrnl Itecord la nuthorizcd announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary. August 7th, 11)15. FOIt GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. 'i about equal strength. political representative of President Wilson in the senate In every congressional district, un has just returned to Kentnckyfrom a conference with the less the figures are very much awry. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Stanley will have a plurality over Mc President and is working for the nomination of Stanley for Chesney-- ln the First of 1,300; in the C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Governor and against McChesney. Second, 0,020; In the Third. 1,500; in Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. the Fourth, 1,470; in the Fifth. 5.S00; KOI! COMMONWEALTH'S In the Sixth. 6,950; in the Seventh, II. CLAY KAUFMAN. ATTORNEY. 1,100, in the Eighth, 575; in the Ninth. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. E. The name of II. Clay Knulfman, Democratic nominee for Representative 1.S5U; in the Tenth. 300. and in the Lincoln county. withdrew from the race for Governor and Is working for J. S. Owsley, Jr.. of from Garrard County, will not appear on the Democratic ballot at Saturday's Eleventh, 10. It does not appear to Primary. The reason for this is that Mr. Kauirman had no opposition f jr the .FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. the nomination of Stanley. he have been the expectation of otlice and has already received his certificate of nomination. William. I!. Mason. Stanley managers that the Tenth and The fact that lie had no opposition for the nomination of this important W. A. Doty. Eleventh Districts would give the otfice is an evidence of his popularity in the County and his election in NovFOR SHERIFF. Henderson man more votes than Mc- ember seems assured. G. T. Hallard, Jr. Chesney, yet the estimators race and candidate for Governor has withdrawn from FOR REPRESENTATIVE. evidently of the opinion that he w.ii;.-or ollicers ns well as the heads of the lead in both. with all the organization he could command is working H. Clav KHUlfman. ticket nnd are prepared to vote fori COME FROM REMOTE During the Inst week the drift in the and pleading with the democrats of Kentucky to nominate Court some one for each of the various offices. cities has been stendly to Stanley, and I am a candidal for County We urge upon every democrat to use Stanley and repudiate McChesney and state wide prohiSECTIONS OF GLOBE. the same is true tu a Ieser degree In Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the his influence to see that this election is the rural districts of the central and present Clerk. bition. conducted in every way and that I have accepted The Chief deputies fairly Tanlac Draws Medicinal Properties From western portions of the state. Informa to ach candidate has a fair representation tion from Louisville last night was to appointment in the otlice in order be corwhile Lieutenant acquaint mvself with the duties of at the polls ami that the votes the effect that, Points Far Away. rectly counted. The present indicaGovernor McDermott was atcorded a Clerk and having fitted myself to take tions are that thh election will be fair splendid attei.dar.ee for his final rally. 1 the examination required by Inn, I sincerely ask and solicit your support. in every respect. A fair election is The ingredients, or medicinal tie the business men pf the city in large IV. necessary tr. the harmony of the party E. M. Walker. ments, winch compose lar'uc come numbers are realizing that there is no as well us tha only way competent and from many remote sections of the likelihood of his nomination, and they suitable men can be selected to serve earth, Railroad Commissioner. the Alps; Appenines, Pyrenrcs, are encouraging the sentiment expresthe people. Russian Asia, Europe, Jamaica, Bra sed by Senator OIlie James in a stateannounce We are authorized to Kentucky Democrats will repudiate McChesney Saturday because he zil, West Indies, Mountains, States, ment given out soon after his arrival in JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, After a year of war Germany poss- near the Rocky mountains, Asia Mi Louisville this week, and alter a conhas repudiated the Democratic Platform. Kelson County, as a canditate for the esses Belgium, Russian Poland, and a nor, Persia, India, Russia, England, ference with Judge S. W. Hager, of Democratic nomination for Railroad part of some of the richest provinces France, Germany, Mexico, Colombia, Owensboro, who Is in charge of Stan a Commissioner from the Second Disof northwestern France. She has lost and Peru are among the points from ley's campaign. 0 trict; the primary election to be held about three million men. her island which the principal properties of this Senator James said that he stands Saturday August 7th.. 11)15. possessions, her west African colonies remarkable preparation are obtained, with President Wood row Wilson and She has been driven In the principal labpratory of the upon the Democratic platform adopted William F. Klair, Fayette County, and Woodrow Wilson says; Her merchantmen Cooper Medicine Company, Inc.; un in Kentucky in 1911, which is to say Candidate for Reelection as Railroad from the seas. proCommissioner, Second District of Ky. have been either captured or have been der the efficient direction of Herr Jo- that he is opposed to state-wid- e i am in lavui ui uuwoi up-- i Subject to the action of the Democratic forced to take refuge in home or seph Trimback, n native German hibition and for the county unit law. neutral ports. Of her great navy only chemist, these medicinal herbs, bark9, "1 hope", he said, "that no Democrat party in the August Primary. I am a believer In. her submarines remain active, and and flowers are assembled in the will by his vote directly or indirectly tion. developed do anything to force upon our party a rough and Incorporate I. We are authorized to announce Miss their activity has been small. (!) Such material losses as these are as so as to obtain of that high standard declaration in favor of state-wid- e pro- Local Jennie Higgins a candidate for County LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. nothing for a great nation like Ger of efficiency shown by the uniform hibition, which would greatly imperil of Garrard School Superintendent the chance of success of our party in County, subject to the action of the many. A few years of peace and the preparation Tanlac. Her country would quickly recover. In sterilized bottles, made expressly the coming November election." Democratic primary Auguit 1917. PREACHERS IN POLITICS. moral loss is beyond all measurement for the purpose, Tanlac is placed, label That has been construed by scores of A thousand eu ami cartoned, We are authorized to announce Judge and wholly irretnable. ine preparation is business men and farmers as being an We do not believe that because ainan Lewis L. Walker, of Garrard county, a years from now the story of violated inspected again and then crated for appeal to vote for the stronger of the has become a minister of the Gospel Belgium will be read by school children. shipment to points over the world candidates who are in favor of the says the Elizabethtown News, that he candidate for the Republican nomina -IN PREMIDMS-$20.- 000 county unit of local to be a thousand years from now the story of where the demand requires. tion for Lieutenant Governor, gives up any of his rights us a citizen the murder of the Lusitania victims Tanlac, the premier preparation, is voted for at the primary election to be rule they call it in Ohio and since and the fact that he preaches should Truly the now obtainable in Lancaster at R. E. they are convinced that Stanley is the not keep him from both takingand exerwill be read with horror. held on Saturday, August 7th 1015. The Rutherford Greater Shows. Special Germany of the Hoher.zollern is dam McRoberts and Becker, Ballard & Scott stronger, they are laying aside their cising an interest in olitics. However, Wo are authorized to announce Joe ned forever. at Bryantsville. personal preference as between the in in one county in Kentucky this right People. S. Haselden, of this city. Republican dividual candidates and will vote in ac is being carried so far that the minis candidate, for Representative at NovThe State Federated Womans Club cordance with their conviction on tl ters sre likely to lose their Influence. WEBER'S PRIZE BAND OF AMERICA. ember election 1915. went on record at their last convention paramount issue. We understnud that in that county TEACHERS INSTITUTE. being in favor of equal suffrage, and as Scnsntinnnl Free Acts Misses DuVomln nml HnMwin It looked a week ago as if McDermott every preacher except mc miliumWe are authorized to announce Joe their sessions at that Convention were would get fourths of the vote' In nriest and the Presbyterian minister Lmly Artists in the Thriller Act. fifty nine Garrard county rural Louis 'ille, thre A. Burnside, candidate on Republican largely consumed by discussions of that speeches but it does not appear are upon the stump making Triple Parachute Leup Frum One Hnlloon ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at subject. With this in mind it is astrange teachers are attending thu Institute to be likely that he will receive more for the nomination for a Democratic nere ims ween, wnicn is being conNovember election 1915. fact that there were only eight women than half of it. From Covington and candidate for Governor. No doubt, j Three Running Races and Two Harness It Miss Clay's lecture here Srturday ducted under the supervision of Miss Newport comes the information, from such a campaign will bear fruit. The withdrawal from the race for at Jennie Hlggms, County Superintendent Races Each Day. afternoon. who in the past have correctly will, in all probability, rosult In that men Governor by Henry M. Uosworth does of Schools with Dr. E. C. McDougal of sized up those cities and the counties county going tor the candidate that not in any way complicate that contest. Great Show Kings at The C apital of the Horse Our irood friend Owen Mclntyre of Richmond as Instructor. Dr. McDougal in which they are, that Stanley will the preachers are speaking for in school ( World. A Week of Kun and Siort. Keduccd Bates on all Itoads. A large majority of the democrats who Danville Advocate has developed is proving a great help to the teachers have big pluralities over McDermott in houses and at picnics, out wnm earn the For entrv blanks or information address. were supporting Mr. Bosworth were into quite a wit. He says that lion. both in his lectures and informal dis W preachers? prohibition and C. C. Fox will carry every county in cussi ns with the teachers. On Mon both. The same condition holds good will it have on the opposed to state-widJOHN W. RAIN.7 StrrHnrv T.FYTlMHTnM UV as between Stanley and Bosworth in believe It will impair the Influence or his prominent supporters and managers M4Usa.4VMAVl day, Mr. Chas Bohanon of the State It de this Judicial District. and Fleming counties. these ministers In the pulpit. know that Mr. Stanley is the contend Agricultural College gave a talk on the Fayette A man high up in the councils of the grades the sacred calling for men who ing candidate upon the County Unit teaching of Agriculture in the run Republican partv in this state last night set aside their lives to the service of platform against McCheinvy upon the schools. Besides the lectures of the ELECTION OFFICERS. informed the writer that the hot con God and to preach the Gospel of Jesus state-wid- e platform. It is expected Instructor, several good talks hav to The Board of Election Commissioners been made by various representatives test between John M. Perkins, of Frank Christ for the salvation of souls that the lurge ercent of his votes will fort; Roy Wilhoit of Louisville, and mount the political stump and campaign go to Stanley. The withdrawal of Bos- for this county named the following of Educational papers and magazines, for office, no matter worth very materially weakens Lieu- officers to serve at the Primary next On ednesday morning. Prof. Milton Edward A. Webber of Ft Thomas, for fnr n eandidute may favor what thut the Republican nomination for State how much they Saturday, tenant Governor McDermott in the biuott, or trunkfort, delivered an in Aud'tor, probably will result in the candidate stands for. The preacher's Court House. respect that it calls attention to the terestlng talk on Language. The In selection of Perkins by the voters at field for service to his fellowman is the Arnold, G. M. Lyons, Judges, Thus suppoiters of McDermott that he is stitute will be in attendance until Fri He has a right frum the sacred DUlnit. nut in the race and that they will only W. U. Moss Sr, Sheriff, W. R. Cook. day. Today will be parents and trus' the primary next Saturday. Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, is desk to preach against what he con be lowing their vote by further sup- - Clerk. tee's day and Dr. McDougal will give a certain to be nominated for Governor, siders the evils of government anil he East Park. parting him, A vote for McDermott is lecture in the afternoon to which the The party leaders seem to think that can do it in a spirit that even those A. K. Walker, H. K. Herndor, public is a half vote for McChesney. and as all invited. Lewis L. Walker, of Lancaster, will be who may disagree with him as to the of the democrats who ure supporting Judges, L. E. Fori!. Sheriff, H. VJ The rural neliools will open next Mon nominee for Lieutenant Goveinor; methods of dealing wi h the evils will liastin, Clerk. state-widMr. MsDerraott are against day and continue until Christmas, theB. Lewis, of Whitosburg, 'or Secre- not tako olfeiue. But when he goes, J. West Park. prohibition and realize that he hus no They will open again the first of March upon the J. A. Iteazley, J. G. Kinnaird. Judges, for three month, thus giving for the tary of State; R. L. Moore, of Mation, out as u political exhorter chance to win this race over McChesney -, Ashby Arnold, for Treasurer: W. C, Harms, of Shelly stump he makes himself common, subthey are leaving McDermott and com J. F. Marsee, Sheriff, first time an eight month s term. himself to severe criticism, and, ville, for Commissioner of Agriculture; jects ing to Stanley by the hundreds where Clerk. ii R. P. Green, of Bowling Green, for while he may be effective in the West BryautsviHe. ever he has any support. The with tar which he speaks, In the end Superintendent of Public Instruction, G. A. Howling, J. N. Shearer, Judges drawal of Bosworth we think makes FARM FOR SALE. and Earl Huntsman, of Scottsville, for he cripped his influence In the comStanley's nomination sure, and it is es D. C. Rankin, Sheriff, Will llalcomb. Appeals. munity and lessens his opportunities by those who have gotten in Clerk. timated Farm containing Ud acres, three miles Clerk of the Court of to reach sinners. There is a wide sepaEast Bryantsville. . toueh with the people that Stanley's north of Lancaster on the Lexington ration In this country between the Ben llalcomb, Robt. Fox, Judges, majority will be more than twenty-livIMPROVEMENTS. church and the State, and while the Louis Murphy, Sheriff, J. II. Ballard, pike, well improved with good stock thousand in the State. 2i church should exercise an Inlluence burn and all necessary out buildings, Clerk. Two new houses have been flnislud should be done from Buckeye. This Is the last issue of the Record with never failing springs and splendid In Lancaster In the past week. Mr, upon the State it ministers are that will come to our readers befoie E. B. Ray, U. G. Rains, Judges. Ed. young orchard In full bearing. The Sam Johnson has completed his home the pulpit as far as the upon the hustings. the primary election Saturday. While Arnold, Sheriff. Lee Brown. Clerk. rooms, with bath on the Danville pike; the home of Mr. concerned and not residence contains ten the friends of the candidates have been Walker's School House. and other modern conveniences. This Henry Moore on the same pike is persistent in urging their respective Sim Wheeler. J. II. Posey, Judges, has been mostly in grass for the past nearing completion. causes there has been less bitterness Noah Marsee, Sheriff, Wood Burnside, 14 years and is now ready to grow .You Can Enjoy Life Work on the Court House is progres than Is usually incident to such an im- Clerk. Sixty-fivEat what you want and cot be troubled acres In sing slowly, because of the late ar hemp or tobacco. with indigestion if you wilt tike a portant election. We very mush hope Paint Lick. bluegrass, the balance in clover and rival of some building material. Mrs and believe that the democrats will E. C. McWhorter Burnam Ledford, meadow. The desirable location, fer- Emma Kautfman is makeing extensive turn out almost to a man and partici- Judges, J. M. Metealf, Sheriff, W. L. tility of the soil, makes this a most repairs on her home and adding a new pate in this primary. And while the Carman, Clerk. desirable home. Fur further particu- porch, as Is Mr. Saufley Hughes. More and af ttr each " meal. Sold only Union. ballot ft a long one we think the voters by uj25o boxy lars, apply to John Tateni. Jim Pointer, Judges, S. have sufficiently considered the qualiAlex West, Lancaster Ky, R. E. MeRob.rt. Vote for A. O. Stanley. 3 fications of the candidates for the mln- - L. Baird. Sheriff, Eb Scott, Clerk. is given to .Mc Dermott (Jefferson) nnd Bosworth (Caldwell). In Estill County Bosworth is given an even break with Stanley, ' and in Harrison, Moyd nnd Magotlin Cjunties Stanley nnd McChesney are considered by the estimators to be of One county each K Dr. Cherry, in 2l Henry M. Bosworth, if the I H ; The democratic platform in Kentucky declares for County Unit and opposes State Wide Prohibition. I ' Cino-Cha- r if V) BLUEGRASS FAIR (i) y t." i August 2 to 7, I9I5 i ! $20,000 I I Cars.30O 20 1 I I I 0 (!) y I t I:) iii e i WANTED Army Horses and Mules ' e e Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone .me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. e W. B. Burton, Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky. tral Record, Thursday Aug 5 1915. Mr. J. I) Cullcy In Lexington la Sunday. Dr. R. L. Pontius of Lexington a visitor In Lancaster Sunday, Mrs. Jennie Weit of Tulaa Okla., the gueat of old friends here. linn, w PAINT LICK PERSONALS 1 V Fjfw Ji.L.is ON'LEGS'IF'DESIRED MiJCJTK KETTLE COFFEE POT V ritvcR-Bim- n Ml tiiTWYroRunLEiZEDnii&imj-pnrW?IPPIt16 Pfln; 2 ?Mna-tlERW?0 IWRE0 DRIPPIQ i MIm Llllie Mae Sutton Mia l.ill.'e Jones. visiting a 1 r V. Page 5 D I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Events Of Interest In Upper Garrard. fygSfmS "t rlli1 W il 5TEnmCW'CUaEMDER JTltTlPEtMROn mfWBLCIZED TEH KETTLE cooier- lS!h Pfu&ttk Il 'LiijJW. - llH TSsOT A V, f FH h ' PI5' BE I Olli nLSO You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Demonstration of the Great Majestic Range MONDAY MORNING, AUG 2, TO SATURDAY NIGHT, AUG 7. Those who attend will be bountifully served with Hot Coffee and Biscuits. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Graves, Cox Si Co Lexington, Ky. Offer Very Low Prices During The Blue-GraFair Week on Palm Beach Suits, Man- ss hattan Shirts, Low Cut Shoes Straw and Panama Hats, Un derwear, Half Hose and Neckwear, Etc. REDUCED RAILROAD RATES. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheen. Poultry, Field Seed end Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, Gossip About People v-v A BrI.I Mention of the Comings d Go'njs by Thau Wt Arc and In. Mise Minnie Gulley apent Sunday Farmer Boys' Encampment and Ilatiy Health Contest. doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip o( Death" "Steep Hanking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. Reduced Railroad ....Trotting niul Pacing Rucch Encli Day.... Clean Midway and Grand Firoworlcu Display, RUTH LAW, SoiiHiitional Lady Aviaion For Catalogue Address Rates J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Tsui Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. with Mrs. Ii. l. King at Hubble. Mm. Dixlcr ot Harrodsburg is viait-in- g her nleco Mls Sal lie I,ou Myers. Mrs. Ed Smith of Richmond was the recent gueat of her aister Miss Emma Doty. Mrs. Ed Trice and brother Mr. John Francis were recent visitors of Stanford friends. Mrs. Mollie Martin of Stanford has been the guest of Mrs. W. II. Sutton near Lancaster. Mrs. W. S. Miller of Columbus, Ohio came Monday night for a visit to Mrs. John E. Storines. Shilo. Miss Nannie Anderson, the popular Since the close of the wur he has and efficient trimmer in the Millinery r aided in this county and wus one of Deporment of I.jons' store, is in Paris Garrard's most substantial farmers. and Lexington, enjoying a two weeks Squire Myers is gone, another name vacation with relatives. is stricken from the ever lessening roll For such u death there Dr. Wheeler, Robert Kinnaird, Misses of old soldiers. Florence Johnson, Mamie His life work Stormes is no cause for grief. Dunn and Martha Tinder chaperoned was done and well done. Not with by Mesdames W. A. Price and J. F, tears do we crown his grave but with Johnson Sr., motored to Hustonville to garlands, for few will live so long or live so well. seo Miss Viola lleagle. Miss Lizzie Hopper a former LanFor Rent. castrian who has been living in Douglas Arizona for a number of years will arHouse I am living in. Possession rive this week for a visit to "Old about September 1 to 15. Kentucky" and her sister Miss Jane tf Henry Moore Hopper and brother Mr, Hopper. Mrs. Douglas Roach entertained at a social alTalr at her home in Lexington in honor of Misses Katharine llourne and Fay Acton of this city. The house was artistic in Us decorations of golden glow and gladiolas, while the table was embellished with pink and white. A moat appetizing luncheon was served to the 20 or more guests invited to meet the two honorees. Hord Frank of New York and Miss Confederate urmy, serving with disJane Letcher of Danville are guetts ot tinction in Capt. Logan's company of throughout the MrsC W, II. Mason ami Miss Sue Shelby Morgan's Command war und took part in the battle of Mason. ' Wood apent Sunday In Miss Mayme Wilaon Stapp returned j For Sale my houte and lot on Stan, Cincinnati rrrr, n .is,, iin ijuiiiii ford St. I. P. Thompson. vunuri Miss Mattie Wiley, of I'oint Leavell neighborhood. In If you wnnt a houso. let ua bulk! and is the guest of Mrs. Hetty Grigs;. Miss I'atlieriiw Mitchell ef Rowling Miss Ethel Bstrldge was the gwest of turn the key over tn you. Green has been the gueat of Mrs. R. Miss Llllie Jom has been the atA. II Son. frlenda in Winchester the post v eek. . If. tractive gumt of'MIi LIMie M. Sutten. H. McRoberts, Mr. Conn Asher of Livingston waa Notice. Mr. Then Currey. who has been the guest of friend for MIm Mary Lee Lear I vlaitlng in trw week-enI wfH sell or rent my heure and lot Lexington this week ami attending th visiting relative In Rome Ga. has Mra. W. A. Whlteomb, of I.itoofa h returned home. on ('rub Orehenl Street cheap. Fair. the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. ttoeth Sutton. .Miss Rebecca Williams of lristl C. S. Kilts. Mr. Curtis smith or Danville, waa Lost about May the guest of MIm llettte ICwjrnoitld on Tenn, Is here for a vHt to her father. a Garrard Rank Measrs Sam WooklrWge ami Will .Mr. John Williams. Sundny. Wade of Versailles nre the jurats of & Trast Co., book book with ettocks. Mr. K. C. Ilarnard of Washington, Mr. Woods Walker. Return to tW otHee and reeelve $l.iQ Mra. C. D. Powell was in Kkhmond Mr. ami Mrs. E. L. Woods, .Mrs. J. reward. the past week visiting Mr. ami Mrs bos joined his wife here for a visit to Mrs. Itamnrd's mother, Mrs. Pattie II. Wood ami Miss Mary Noel Khh. W. T. Short. metered, 11 Gill. to Richmond Monday. Mr. Jesae Auatln arrived Sunday for Wanted. Mrs. M. K. Denny, and e hi Wren, ef MhwMattle Estes is in Richmond a vlait of several days to Ins friend Mr. Manor woman In every town in and Lexington this week visiting Lancaster were guests ef Mrs. ii. J. Storey Herron. Central Kentucky to reitreeMt Es- fri-n- da and attending the Dlue Grass Walker on Thursday. Mesdames J. II. Kinnaird und V. A. Fair. tuM!W Tea and Coffee bouse. We Misses Alma ami Mary Lear have give thirty eents on first (Whr order. Lear have returned home after a visit Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Regan, of turned from a camping garty given ' Write for to Eatil Springs. particulars. Mites Ilros Nlcholasville were guests at the home near Jackson Kentucky. j Lexlftnten, Ky. Miss Sallie ilurilette of Stanford Is of Mr. ami Mrs. Mr. A. V. Huyler. of New Verk. Forest Stnpp last one of the teachers attending the In- week, eame Monday to be the guest ef Mr. For Sate. stitute this week. Mrs. J. 11. Staughton cf Covington Woods Walker and family. I wish tit sell mv hotfcie .ami I acre Miss Sallie Tillett la at home after a arrived Wednesday Miss Jeanette Eldridge returned Sat- let at Haekley, Kv. for n visit to Mr. The house conpleasant visit to her niece Mrs. Luther ami Mrs. H. Clay Sutton at thelraubur-ba- n urday from a visit of several weeks to tains eight rooms. There are rood out Foley of Lexington. friends near Versailles ami Lexington. buiktlnafs, and eistern. Possession can home. Wm I!. Myers of l'ineville was here Miss Huger who has been the guest be given flrt of the year.. Misse Ida and Cora Hurt, of Lowell of the Misses McWhorter for ten days for the funeral of his uncle the late are attending teachers Institute Mrs Jennie Comely, this Captain I. M. Mvers. Laneutter, Ky. ween ami are visiting Misses Stella ami left Tuesday for her home in Paimsvitle Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden, ami Miss Mr. Robert Ilrent of Stanford has Grace Comely. For Sale. Geneva, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. been the recent guest of his cousin Mr. ami Mrs. Iten Ilallard and chilI orter for sale my father's place at W. D. Logsden in Urassfield, this Week. Miss IJcttie Reynolds. dren, of Cincinnati, are pleasant visit- ! ' Mrs. R. G. Woods ami ehildren. weie Lowell, Ky, consisting of two houses Mrs. Alex Layton of McCreary has ors at the home of his parents Mr. and guests of her sister, Mrs. Geoffrey and two acres of land, all iwcessarv the been enjoying a visit with her daugh- Mrs. George Ilallard. good orchard and imMorgan at Whites Stat'on the'pa'tt ter. Mrs. D. C. Sanders. Mrs. W. S. Elkin. of Atlanta, is here Week. provements. WilUell at a bargain if Mr. Harry Smith, ami cousin Chtrle sor a visit to friends and relatives. L'r Miss Jessie Parks ami Mr. Amos taken at once. Ma Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. Smith both of Corbin are visiting Llkin is expected to join Mrs. Elkin Parks, who have been students ut the here in about two weeks relatives at I'oint Leave!!. Richmond Normal are home for the PUBLIC SALE OF Mrs. George lingunl and baby of vacation. Hugar of .Misses Patterson and I'nintsville are guests of the Misses Richmond are expected shortly for a A large number of the young people visit to her father Mr. Jesse Doty and drove to llerea Thursday for the fair RICH FARM. McWhorter of Faint Lick. her sister Mi Emma Doty. j and remained for the W. I. Swain's On account of bad health, I will sell .Miss Allie Arnold is in fiicholatvr e Mr. Wm. Proctor, wife and three s,low in the evening, without by bid or reserve on visiting relatives. She will attend th daughters of Danville Were recent' About seven couples motored to the AUGUST 10. 1U15 at 2 P. M., Ulue Grass Fair this week. guests of Mesdames E. W. Harris, S. Caves in Madison on Wednesday even-I- I. mv farm cf 16 acres, 2J miles west of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Arnold, Mr. ar.d ing for a picnic and all report a most Harrodsburg on good pike. Henry and W. L. Lawson. This is No. Mrs. Joseph L. Francis nre taking a delightful evening. 1 land and highly improved, Mr. . ml Mr. f! A M.ni...,. has 2 In- .i vacation at Dripping Springs. Uxhaustable wells, new cistern, good Misses Stella ami Lula McWhorter daughter. Hetsy Mnrgaret, of Coving Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton and were hosts at a luncheon on Thursday orcnani, newly tenced all over. Has a ton, are visiting the latters grand-pa- r children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ilryant ents, Mr. and Mia. in honor of their guests. Misses Hager 6 room brick and frame house, 2 extra Joe Rurnside. motored to Richmond Monday. and Patterson of Paintsville. large porches and pantry. New double Misses Rettie Walker Rurnside and garage or buggy house, new hen houe, Miss Father Denton has returned to Kathleen Walter are in Lexington for 1- -2 per ct. coal house, meat house'and dandy milk her home in Somerset after a visit to a visit to Mrs. Clarence Williamson and 5 -2 per house and large stock barn 40x50 feet. her cousin Miss Patsy Kinnaird. will take in tl e fair while in the city. Years 5 All the buildings are either new or Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ileazley and niece newly overhauled, all the land is in Loans made on real estate. If you sons J. R. and Duncan, were visitors Miss Ella Ileazley and Mrs. Mary Jengrass, 15 acres virgin soil and one of need cheaper money on long time, see at the tilue Grass Fair on Thursday. nings, all formerly of this county, but the nicest and best homes in Central me about it. Ky and will be sold at the above date Mr. and Mrs J. W. Acey of Stanford now of Areola, III., are visiting friends G. R. Swinebroad, were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Acey's and relatives in the county. Lanrester. Ky. and place for the high dollar, rain or shine. Come nnd look and vou will be parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hughes. The following were here for tho fun convinced that its u bargain for some Mrs. ilelle Austin, is in Paris ar.d eral of thi late Captain I. M. Myers. OIL, OIL, ATTENTION one. Will gladly show any day prior to Ltxington this week visiting herdaugh-ters- , Mrs. R. II. Ware, Uirmingham Ala; day of sale. If interested, address Mrs. Sue.Nelson, Lebanon; Miss Cor- Mesdames Arnold and Turner. FARMERS. R. L. Todd, Harrodsburg Ky. P. R 3. enne Scomp, Sparks Ga; Mrs. John or John I. Vanarsdell. auctioneer. Miss Lillian L'stes has returned home Ilixler, Harrodsburg; W. It. Myers, I can save you money, can fill your from a two weeks visit to her brother, Pinevill-- ; Mrs. Ed H!x!r. Salvisa; Dr. barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1. Mr. Hurvey M Estes of Georgetown. and Mrs. J. T. Nevius and little daughsteel barrel with faucet, SO gallon Mr. Charley Woods of Cincinnati has ter Louise of Harrodsburg, Mrs. Victor capacity, at a low ligure. and fill same joined his wife and children here for h Rice, Mr, Virgil Rice. Mr. Wilson Rice with the best oil at low prices, saving you from $1 to 52. visit to his mother Mrs. Garret Woods. of Danville. If you cannot make arrangements Little Miss Anna Miller Comely is at through vour merchant, call or phone home after spending several days with Standard Oil, Agent, MANUEL. her aunt. Mrs. T. L. Kelley at Point J. W. Sweeney, Leavell. AT OUR Phor.e 132. Lancaster. Ky. The Death Angel invaded the home Mr. und Mrs. C. Ii. Pence have re of Mr. and Mrs. Corb Manuel and took turned to Lexington after a months the beloved infant son, little Raymond FOR SALE PRIVATELY. visit in Cleveland, Toledo and Colum Ross Manuel, on last Thursday. The bus Ohio. The blue grass farm containing 24'J little boy was about four years of age .Mr. Hunter Jloouy and little son and had been an invalid since birth, but acres and known as the John R. Henderin Hunter Jr. of Lexington have been whooping cough caused his death. He son farm, located one mile from Lowell h visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. was buried at Paint Lick. on the L. & N. railroad, of Mr. and Good Work and Ed Walker. Mrs. Manuel have the sympathy of the mile from Fonso and trom two to four community in the loss ot their little miles of five good churches, and one IS. K. Woaren, Mr. Mr. and .Mrs. Prompt Service by one. Thty reside at the home of her and half mile of the Paint Lick Con and Mrs. Harris Wcaren and Mra. mother Mrs. Amelia Ross, near Paint solidated schools. This farm is well imExpert Mechanics. Chrenshaw, of Cairo, HI, are visiting Lick. proved, having a residence of seven Mr. anil Mrs. V. A. Lear. rooms, u large new stock ham, a five Complete line of Tires. Mrs. Chris Pearl and two daughters acre tobacco bam. all the necessary Everythiiift in Automobile MYERS. of London have been visiting Mr. and out buildings, u good cistern nnd Accessories. Mrs J. R. Cornn of this city and A tenant house on Isaac Myers died at his home on the splendid well. Buckeye Pike last Thursday. relatives in Crab Orchard. this farm of fKv rooms, good bam His buildings and good cistern. Service. Mr. James Lyons, Mr. Coleman Gul death waa cuustd by a complication of and all out ley, Mrs. Rozella Dunn und littli diseases brought on by old age. Mr. The best watered farm in Garrard daughters, Mittie and Marv Lee Myers was 7(5 years old and is survived county, with seven neverfailing springs MITCHELL & by four daughter;; Mrs. W. J. Graham and two large ponds and all in grass. motored to Frankfort Sunday. It is so' of California, Mrs. J. W. Zannatta of except about foity acres. Mesdames Ira Henderson and Cari Portland, Oregon, Mrs. Richard Ware situated that it can be divided into SHACKELFORD. Smith of Franklin, Ind., and Mr. and of Uirmingham, Ala,, and Miss Sallii three small farms, if purchasers desire. Mrs. J. K. Helm of Moreland were re Lou Myers of this county. Deceased For further information, write or call Second Street Phone 121. cent gusts of Mrs. Thomas Mallard. W A. or S. C Henderson, was a brother-in-luof the lute Cin Lowell Ky 1 Danville, Ky. learn. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson and cinnati banker, Mr. J. D. . uTi7 II. Lancaster Ky 1 daughter Miss Pearl and guest Miss He was twice married, his tlrst wifs 7 tf or phot:-Ruth Waller of Louisville motored to being MUs Harriett Baxter, of Mer High Iiridgo Tuesday, for a days out- cer ccunty and the second Miss Salllu ing. Welch of Danville. At the outbreak Mr. Myers joined the Mrs. Elizabeth Frank and Miss Jce of the war Mra, V. Speltli la at home from visit to Someraet. Mr. Adolph Joieph was n visiter Lnuiaville Sunday. .... in f. Hti lt SU 5 STOP GARAGE When Danville Prestolite This Is a Question asked us many times each day. The answer is ' What Is tho Best Remedy For Constipation? With every 25c cash sale we will give a coupon. When you have secured 20 of these coupons, return them to us with $2.98 and receive one of these sets usually retailing at $6.00 to $8.00. We guarantee them to bo satisfactory to you. bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrt R. E. McRoberts. Page 6 (die. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 5 When that was done he calleil that exists that It could secure for them all around him and said he would Kthe owners of the rejected tobacco leave all his property to the one who 60 per cent of the approximated value could break the bundle of sticks In from the Fadcral Heserve Board, so twain. He gave It first to the oldest (Here would be no hardship worked son, who was the biggest, strongest upon land owner or tenant. In addl-enmost domineering. He strained tltm to grading, the time consumed nd struggled and finally gave It up. 'In the selling of a year's crop Is a be more nil-- l The rest all tried to break It, but with ' big uclor and could ously arranged. The seller Is ie same result. The old man the l rnlered the bundle to be untied and 1.1 rt p. great disadvantage, and frequent his own feeble old hands broke cadi I tells at great sacrifice. In rush separate stick. He said, my children. 'ig the year's output on the brakes this was merely to show you that If In a few months and accepting what you are alt bound together (as were Is hurriedly offered him' on a conthese sticks) by the ties of unselfish- gested, not to say glutted market. ness, brotherly love and Intelligent co- Any manufacturer who auctioned oft operation and consideration of one for without reserve his entire yearly outanother In managing this fine prop- put to the highest bidder In a limited erty, I can pass on with an easy mind, number of days would soon go broke. for I know the disintegrating forces on Tho Kxecutlve Committee, would Indithe outside can not break you. llreth cate the exact quantity that would ren, so it Is with us. To succeed i be brought up each day from the vathe accomplishment of this great pla rious counties or districts, each man could unload his crop on schedule we must tie ourselves together. I remind myself somen hat of the time and return promptly to hla home, avoiding expense and tedious newly-electe- d Congressman who was thus very ambitious to make his mark and delays and of remaining In the city One such saving alone win his spurs. He thought the best over night. way to do It was to attract the at would more than pay his annual astention to himself of his chief by sessment. making a forceful and striking speech The manner of the election of your Uncle Joe Cannon was then the pre president and his executive board siding officer of the House, and he (which should have the smallest posasked the old gentleman, afterwards, sible membership consistent with efwhat he thought of his effort. The ficiency) should be thoroughly anjl enold fellow replied: "Well, young man, tirely democratic. Every farm grow. you said many things that were new Ing a crop should have a full opporand many things that were true; but tunity to express Its opinion and satthe things that were new were not isfactorily voice that opinion with true, and the things that were true Its vote. The growers of each counwere not new." So, my friends. In ty should hold a convention and by discussing this vexed and complex Individual vote decide among themsubject, I do It with great hesitation selves who they wanted for presi 191 all SlLLi Term I "J :.!! gresslve West haW.aken from us our second amendment, which WyO' unquestioned prelgatlve. r vldes n graduated tax on I ask you men'who are here preS' poratlons over a certain I'M"0' With In- Months' School A ent to go back with me for the past Senator Hitchcock was seen fffc-fifteen or twenty years and contrast the caucus by a representative of TALKS TO TOBACCO In your mind's eye tho condition of the United States Tobacco JourMonth your farm, and pocket books. If your nal, but declined to discuss the had been given over to fine catfarms matter In any way tle, hogs, sheep, horses, alfalfa, cloThe proponents of tho tobacio GROWERS OF STATE ver, soy beans nnd blue grara. Hi er tax argued that It was a magnificent prentrvrit, woodlands and properly belonged la HAMLETT'S RECORD IN OFFICE which are emblematical of n thoughtii tariff bill which wns for the ful, contented and prosperous people purpose of raising revenue. They I I krittrnec imuwuiiunuunjoj tJnni.,n,l the soil fertility conserved, nnd tho nlso pointed out that It was dewhole landscape breathing richness With Favor By Tobacco signed to check the operations ot un- - . nnd abundance. Instead, we have tho trust and bad been favored Growers' Association signuy aim in many instances uiiapi' by the Attorney General. tobacco barns, woodlands dedated "The opposition took the ground stroyed and Impoverished looking that the Idea of taxing any In farmes to mar the view, We have na dustry out of existence was a NECESSITY FOR a result of twenty years' sweat and new principle nnd should be thortoll In growing unlimited tobacco, n oughly considered apart from a legacy of poorer farms and the strife As It wns a trust tariff bill. and turmoil ot trndo conditions. First Step Should Be to Provide Ways measure, they declared that If It I do not want you to Infer for n moand Meana of Placing a Good Sum was applied to tho tobacco trust of Monty In the Treaaury of Our ment that I do not consider It wise It should apply to all trusts, and Atioclatlon Mutt Have Faith In tr profitable for us to raise a certain, was therefore class legislation course,! as directed against one Industry Efficiency of Organization. amount of tobacco. It Is, of the with us the one big cash crop, Jirst as' only. They also asserted that the cotton Is to tho farmers of the South. trust question ought not to bo Mr. President and Fellow Tobacco Our neighbors of the South are sufInjected Into the tariff. The deGrowers: fering now from the many economic sire was also apparent to preI am glad to be with you to system. It would evils of a vent the bill from being loaded nee If we can not, by taking common be. In my opinion, an Incalculable cadown with all sorts of amend council, work out some plan or policy lamity If our section ot the country ments, that will benefit the man who by hla should be beguiled into the same er"It Is reported that Senator toll or Investment In land produces ror. Dy successful organization and Hitchcock was so angry over the white hurley tobacco. I feel honored complete on the part of rejection of his amendment that by being asked by your president and the growers, I do not think It vision-nrhe threatened to bolt the caucus. committee for an expression of opinto hope to avoid that evil, by all Several of his friends are workion. As you have other speakers of of the growers organizing to uniforming with him to prevent a bolt, greater practical experience upon this ly limit or scale their acreage. So for the Democrats have no otes very complex subject than myself, 1 a further duty of your Kxecutlve ComThe tn spare on the tariff bill. will be brief and to the point with mittee shall be to make a complete Hat ..... . . ... i u ...i. i t. large vote tor tho amendment In dent and executive members. They or Inventory of the ncreage of each ?n tUo way of . stand" "U.lvr.n'd the caucus shows It to he more men, who "!! more financially Inter could then select and Instruct their farm In the white burley belt, nnd to were popular than was supposed." suggestions ested than myself, have labored nnd delegates for the general convention submit a carefully worked out plan to You will observe that this bill, given their strength and grown heart' which would represent the entire bur- - your organization for its most earnest which came Necessity for before the Democratic It, Icy district. At that mass convention and thoughtful consideration. As I look Into the. strong, earnest sick ortr Senate caucus July 2, 1913, framed In I must tell you that for myself, To arrive at this result In an Intel- behalf of you growers of Kentucky see the man receiving the largest number faces of you men, who for years have given of your thought, vitality and ing no prospects for better prices be of votes for president would be elect ligent manner, the committee should nnd aimed at the Tobacco Trust, was yond six or seven cents, I have edthe same thing applying to the ascertain from a careful examination drawn by a Democratic Senator from substance for the betterment of your to raise no tobacco next year. members or tho executive board. In and study ot the Federal reports the where? own and your neighbors' condition, a From Nebraska, in which reallilng sense of the sacrifice you My acreage this season will not ex order to have the president nnd board amount ot tobacco and stock In the state there Is not a pound of tobacco ' ceed seven or eight ncres. Hut my quickly responsive to your control, hands of the manufacturers, and the grown for the market ; It was killed have made comes over me. . I am I am fully sensible of the many dis- Interest In the welfare of my friends they could be elected for one year, amount held In reserve by the farm In caucus by only five totes, and neighbors and all the growers In subject to recall upon a signed re- - era and speculators. From that data Informed that the then Attorney Cien- appointments, the heart burnings and bitternesses engendered In mutual mis- the hurley belt com'pels me to meet quest of "5 per cent of the members the total ncreage necessary to pro- erai JiciU'jnoius consiuereu tills om DARKSDALE HAMLETT to exchange Ideas and of the organization, or CI per cent, If. duce enough tobacco for the next understandings and evidences of ap- with you it, n " constitutional, nnn appro-e- u j ear's consumption could be tlgured. Is on the same principle as that ot the WILL DE THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. parent bad faith on many sides. But to lay before you what Ideas I have you deem It better. Another feature to be considered by Qd the acreage for tillage pro rated graduated Federal Income Tax me.isllarksdale llamlett, of Christian .and mechanical arts. Is a recognized we must never lose sight of the fact acquired In thinking over the sltua' your Executive Board Is the estab-- , among the growers. The owner of lire. It Is a matter of record that the , County, the leading candidate for the'gulde. for the conduct of the schools that the bigger the undertaking, the tlon. Is obvious It and .xsafe to assume llshment of Farmers each farm to be notified what his greater the reslstence, which makes question of constitutionality did not democratic nomination for Secretary not only of Kentucky, but for many Quite a block of stock ' rata acreage for the raising or tillage bar these Senators from toting for of State, declares for Kentucky a sev-- , other States. for friction both in the domain of na- that a big percentage of the growers have some faith and hope In the effl in most ot the warehouses Is held ot looacco tor eacn year snail ie this Income tax. 'en months' school term, with a perl He has accomplished the establish- ture and the affairs of men. ScienThe courts have confessed them- capita ot 5 25, an Increase of Ticiment of county high schools access!-Ive- s tists and astronomers tell us that the clency of organization, or else we by the farmers. I am a stockholder The acreage assigned to each farm to would not be here. It seems to me myself and would willingly vote my be figured out on a fair and equitable f bly located lu ettry county In Ken- last year. lucapable of breaking up the flame of the blazing meteors we see shooting through the heavens Is that we have made appreciable prog' stock in that company for a board basis to all, according to the size or tcbacco trust Yet, by reasons of the The establishment ot a seven 'lucky, He has stood for and promoted the caused by the friction those metallic ress through the disappointing years ot directors who would favor the pol exact acreage of each Individual farm provisions In this Hitchcock bill that months' school term with the Increase In the white burley belt. In this way any company having 25 per cent of of the teachers' salaries, and without (employment ot and accomplished tor bodies make In their reslstence of apparent failure. At least the icy of making It a growers against the air. This proposition we ground has been broken and we should tive warehouse. It would be the Job the tobacco production for ech year the stock ot another company, or hav- an Increase of taiation. Is the greatest the schools of Kentucky the services are undertaking to work out Inpresses be able to secure some new light on of your executive committee to see can be figured In advance. The land ing of tho directors of an- educational achievement In the history of teachers of the highest scholarship, me as the biggest and most difficult the dark and tangled problem from all of the farmers who are stockhold owner can cultivate a smaller acreage, other company, which Is the case with of Kentucky, as well as the greatest character and personality ers In warehouses, to get their proxies yet secure larger cash net results. the companies comprising tho tobacco financial achievement The man has Under his administration of the pub- of any that I have ever known. The the mlstakea ot the past. I think that our first step should be and to vote In a board who were fa thereby conserving the fertility of his trust, this graduated llr school system ot Kentucky, there mere bulk, or literal bigness of It Is Federal excise taken rank a an expert a wizard to provide ways and meana of placing vorable to that policy. I do not feel land. Coincident with the perfecting tax would ot all almost enough to discourage us at the have Imposed annually ot finance among the leaders of the has been a vital factors looking to the Improvement ot outset. Then when we get Into It we a good sum of money In the treasury that It Is necessary to dwell at of this organization your committee upon that trust many millions of dol Commonwealth, of our association for organization length or In detail to you upon the should be establishing a similar organ lars, which sum would also not only When he went Into office four Kentucky's Industrial conditions. discover many whirlpools of conflict As you know, battles In advantages to the grower of having Izatlon In the white burley belt of Ten go towards easing your burdens of years ago, there w He has lent his best efforts to the a deficit of sevlng Interests, which must be avoided purposes. these modern times are never under warehouses controlled by yourselves nessee, Virginia and North Carolina. taxation, but would prove a very po eral hundred thousand dollars In the building ot good' roads and to securand safely passed before success Is taken on an empty treasury. It Is and you receiving first consideration. It must be obvious that the more to- ertul factor for a genuine dissolution treasury of the school fund. II re ing the consolidation of schools where-eve- r possible. We have not only disturbing and whenever practicable, that factors from within to be dealt with obvious to my mind that the organiza It it were not for you and your crops bacco you raise, under existing condi- of the trust. Why should that sum adjusted completely th system of tion can not be effective or secure sat there would be no warehouses, and tions, the poorer you will be. By rais of money be permitted to be taken school finance In such a way as to tho greatest good might be accomamongst ourselves and to be reconisfactory results for the growers in where you are also a stockholder In ing an unlimited acreage you not only from you growers to go to swell the pay off the deficit, to Increase the per plished at the least possible cost to ciled, but we have a most powerfully capita from tt 00 to J.:i, to pay the the people. equipped enemy , with brains and the way of better prices unless It hag addition you should certainly make lower the price of tobacco, but at the abnormal profits of the trust? same time yon are fast exhausting One of the chief functions of the money, watching and watting for us on stability and permanence in the con your wishes and peeds felt. As a Democratic administration was teachers promptly every month -- a the outside. So, If animosities, hard tinned and uninterrupted and unremlt forced by the extraordinary condi- thing never done before In the his- office of Secretary of State Is memNow, my friends, I am coming to a your soil. ting efforts of Its officers. They must to state concise- tions of the times to levy a war tax tory of Kentucky, snd to accomplish bership on the State Hoard of Kduca I have endeavored feelings and antagonisms have been feature that should be approached and e stirred up amongst ourselves from be continually on the Job. Victory can handled with the utmost prudence and ly what could bo accomplished by or- to maintain Its Internal revenue, this the end for which ha has labored for tloo, la this capacity he will not be attained If the officers of the ganization and within the measure would appear to be one of eighteen years, that of living to the to give bis best efforts and servwithin, I solemnly urge and warn you you wisdom. I organization are spasmodic, no matter eventually think It essential that confines of the state. people of Kentucky a permanently es- ices to the cause of education that they must be suppressed and conthe least obnoxious forms of extra consider the control of the Another most Important thing. In taxation As a member of the State Hoard ot tablished school system with a term trolled or all our past toll and sacri- how much zeal and enthusiasm you acreage of tobacco to be grown. To Is lost and our cause hopeless. inject Into It periodically, every now my mind that will prove your most my Judgment Is that your president Valuations and Assessments, as a However, It Is not within the prov ot seven months fice and then. The price of success In busi difficult problem, and should not be at and executive committee should keep ince of this discussion to get Into While State Superintendent of Pub- member ot the Sinking Fund ComHemember also that every good general knows that there are several ways ness, like that of liberty, is "eternal tempted until you have demonstrated themselves fully Informed ot what the realm of politics and least of all lic Instruction, he has established new mission, and as a member ot the State Washington In the way do I wish to appear to raise against precedents, serving personally as a Printing Commission, of capturing a fortress besides by open vigilance." Mr. Hamlett to yourselves that you are capable as transpires at bearing on this any one the question of honesty, cour- lesder In the field He has given to will serve the people and conserve Now, my friends, to put the Idea storm and assault. The easiest way Is a body ot cohesion and of carrying out of Federal legislation your age, constructive statesmanship and the people of Kentucky a school free their finances as he has done In the plainly and concretely. It seems to me subject which so vitally affects by sowing seeds of discord and dtssen-tlocertain definite and fixed policies. If that It must be clear to you, that you you first succeed In that, then the con- Interests and your prosperity. loyalty to the Interests ot the great and accessible to every child," In management ot the school funds of within. As a concrete example I will Illus- common people, which la the bedrock every rural district In Kentucky So, when we feel particularly Irri- must recognize the necessity by this fidence and faith and trust in each othIlls the State, and If the people will elect having a few men, a commit- er, born of that triumph, will enable trate with one case of record. It you foundation of true democracy personal leadership has brought about others like him on these boards, Kentated against a friend or neighbor, time of tee, acting as your agents, of your ou to travel this long step will permit me, I will quote In full Gentlemen, I do believe that a wise. Improved facilities In the office ot tucky will soon be out ot debt and bear this In mind, and be patient and forward. her finances be In a most prosperous steadfast, and hold only In view-- the own selection, to manage for you the which If successful will prove a great the comment In the Washington Bu-- forceful and honest committee of vour every County Superintendent In marketing of your own product. This blessing, but if It falls or miscarries reau of the United States Tobacco , own couIJ neatly serve Tour Interest condition, goal we aspire to reach. lie encourJournal, published In New York City, at home and abroad. He secured a rational and effective A young man at the age of thirty-six- , aged by the thought and the fact that small committee should be composed will be ot date July W 1915, quoting: "Gradcompulsory attendance school law. by having served faithfully for four wo Uiye made a good start. For the of men ot the highest character and In reviewing the general and aver uated Tax Amendment Defeated Again. which the attendance, In the public )ears in one ot the most Important full and satisfactory transaction of our Integrity of purpose. It goes without age prices that have prevailed upon Us People Say To Guillotine Hitchcock Thereupon Holts saying that they must be successful schools of Kentucky has Increased positions of trust In the gift of the .own business we need huge warethe tobacco market tor the past fif- Democratic Caucus. Senator O'Oor--. "I cannot cat this or that food, it does more than 35 per cent, placing Ken people of Kentucky, he now seeks the houses properly plauned and located; business men and recognized experts agree with me." Our advico to I think It Is a safe stateyears, not man of New York Joins the Tobacco tucky In the foremost ranks ot the endorsement of his party If the peowe have them In abundance; we are and handlers ot tobacco. You must teen all of them is to take a I ment to say that as a whole we toserved them well. dominant stockholders in a large per realize that it Is not humanly possible bacco growers have not made, more Trade Executioners." Dyspepsia States of America for educational and ple think he hasbeen good. If his serv-If "Washington, D. C. industrial progress. IWcdZiZ. his record has cent of them. It Is also a good thing to secure the full time ot these train- than wages or a living price. If we July 2, 1913. ' The Course of Study prepared by ices have been worth anything to thi to have our own manufacturing plant, ed andI able men without compensa- exclude the three years Immediately "Senator Hitchcock's amenddo not doubt that there are Mr. Hamlett as Superintendent ot State of Kentucky, then the people of which we have anticipated and pro- tion. before and alter each meal. 25c a box, That Is the ment proposing a graduated tax men who would serve from motives following tho Public Instruction, embracing the ele- Kentucky will certainly elect him Seo vide for In fact, as I see it, have R. E. McRobsrts only movement on the part of the on the output ot tobacco facto- ments of agriculture, domestic science retary of State. practically all the material equipment of philanthropy, if they could afford i farmers that the tobacco trust really rlea was defeated In the Demonecessary for a successful and pros- to Indulge themselves, but they can cratic caucus ot the Senate tofears and dread, but it Is to be perous management of our own bus- not and It Is not to be expected. Advertisemtnt day by a vote of 23 to 13. HavIt you are really In earnest about equally dreaded by us unless we first iness. If through passion and Intolering been defeated before the i organizing and and wish prepare ourselves by the ance we do not throw It away. We ot successful organization to Democrats of the Finance Coms need In this great business of ours to secure for yourselves mittee some weeks ago. Senator business ability to sell your products take It up tn at) enlightened, every man and every corporation of the money to pay for that service troiija and lawtul manner, in tnis , Hitchcock took tho amendment Ky. our own. all working together, In caucus, but the spired by the same view and purpose, could be easily raised by VgreSnfTto i connection, and at this point, I cani before He Democratic the mend. press wJJJ Let this thought sink Into your minds assess yourselves, say MO of one per not retrain irom saying mat i inui j lost. Blue Grass ment before the Senate when the nnd souls, It Is hopeless failure if we cent on the sale of your crop. I un-- J the land owners of the hfivn frlttAreri Anni their hlrlh.1 tariff bill is up for discussion, No. 10 Cincinnati Express, ....... meu do not work together for the good of nerstana that 250,000.000 pounds were! 1 "Debate over the jojiiedmetit 4:30 a.ni, daily ' one and all. Do you realize that we ralsc ""on. Suppose, for argu-- . " their efforts and attention almost consumed parts ot the sessTous SpeNo. 4 en. J'our ants. your executive l"B are here to talk We ot the caucus of two days, TuesI exclusively, or at least so extensively G:03 a.m. rhould discuss that and the practical committee, could secure an avernee cial, daily day afternoon and Wednesday "ie Browing of tobacco. I will methods to foster and promote our for you of 10 cents, that would mean No. 28 Blue Grass Special, morning. It was perhaps the ,ate something that you all know, 1 per cent 125.000,000. of needful and legitimate ends, at this dally except Sun...C:08 a.m. of the dismost meeting and nothing else. If would be $25,000 for your treasury. uut ,nat ou Beera t0 bavo forgotten No. 14 Carolina S pe c i nl, cussions over the tariff, with the On a crop of ten acres of 1,000 pounds i 'hat this little spot or section of we Indulge In abuse, we cripple our7:00 a.m daily exception perhaps ot the sugar to the acre, at ten cents a nound. it . country Is the most favored and pe- selves. Let us refresh our memories No. (V Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m and wood schedules. Senator' by repeating a time-olfable on this unulil mean tn i im irrnuer ti una ii.. cullarlv adapted for the most perfect Hitchcock was so disgruntled Limited, No. of 1 Krowin anu aeveiopmeni oi an oreeus, subject of which we have wouUI assess.ulmself over the rejection by the caucus Do you not think any' of ve stock by reason of soil condl-5:20 p.m. daily heard and doubtless forgotten for the Per cent or " . i of his amendment that he left No. 12 Itoyal Palm, dally.. 0:37 p.m, nine in we long ago. a wise old man "auiQl--" uu,u vne4uujr puj fi 10 inane, nr the caucus In a buff, mill v until lay dying. He was possessed of a very w vwvv vwvv, Illo rl ffaronta wet nrcil tills fill II LUIUIUtlUl. r IlchUI UI1U 1CI low farmers, I believe that God "The Nebraska Senator made a tobacco and tobacco? large estate. He also had a large famExpress, No. C L o c a I Almighty Intended these few blessed lengthy statement to the caucus Now what would be the duties of ily of boys, nowr grown to manhood, 11:05 a.m, daily counties of the Slue Grass to be the. In behalf ot bis amendment, covwho were strong In body, mentally vig- your president and hla executive' No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. ering the features ot the amend-mea- t orous, yet each nu and In- staff? Every pound of the tobacco of nursery from which to supply all the No. 1 New Orleans Lim- which he had previously clined to act alone for, and by, him the organization should pass through rest of the continent with all ed. 11:35 a.m. discussed In the Senate when he ited, daily self. Now this wise old man lay think. their hands. They would first estab- - greed live stock. This Is the spot. first proposed It. He was supIng hard, on bis dying bed, deeply dis- llsh a standard or recognized fixed lhe fountalnhead, to to speak, where ;No. 13 Carolina Special, ported by Senators Kern of Intressed In mind, because be loved his grades of tobacco. Having the ab- - each breed of all the domesticated 10:10 p.m. daily diana and O'Gorman of New boys and he feared and well knew solute sale ot all the tobacco, they 'animals so essential and necessary SpeNo. 3 York, while flenators Bryan ot that at his death their splendid Inher would dispose ot certain grades, or for the comfort and pleasure of man 11:35 p.m, cial, daily Florida, Jamet of Kentucky, Gore uacce would not last tbem long by a" grades, mat in their Judgment can UB raauo peneciiuu upon No. 9 Florida Spe of Oklahoma and Simmons of reason of their Uok of unison of nc brought their full value. The gradeB the least possible coat and effort. In 11:62 p.m. r cial, daily North Carolina, the latter Chair tlon, and that thoy would tn time suf-- ,hat JIJ not "ring their value would f&ct It Is so easy It has been our No. 27 Blue Grass Speman of the Finance Committee, want, Bo ho told them to gather he rejected and put Into winter order, doing. We have frequently folded our opposed the amendment. Senacial, dally except blm some slender ttlcks or fagots. He anJ held for a better price. This com bands and left It all to nature, with you tuberculoid, anil must jm tuuke your light at home Ills this tor Hitchcock did not offer hla then sild, tie them together in a bun- - m'tlee should verify the Impression the result that ortn the arid but pro- Sunday, arrives.. 8:16 p.m, HAVK Then here Is help for you. For rates, routes and information TUB STATU TCIlKltri'I.OSIK COMMISSION AT TUB CAPITOL call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, lll'II.DINtl. 1'ltANKFOItT, HAH P!tKI'Alti:i A IIOOK ON THE HOME CAItK OF CONHI'MITION WHICH IT WILL KR.NI) ON HKQUKST FItKE agent; 'phone 340. TO ANY CONSI'MITIVK oit TO ANY PHYSICIAN Oil HEALTH OFFI-CKIN THE STATE. THIS IIOOK WILL NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF THE PHYSICIAN IN ANY CASE. IT IS INTENDED TO HELP TUB IKX7IOII AND THE PATIENT given helpful siiggetloii about bow to us fresb. air; bow to preThe Uok For Infants and Children pare attruntlve dlabea for the patient: how to protect the famllr ao tliat th Per Year In Advance. Ymh-- s disease will not spread to others. Prominent physicians, nurses and social In Us For Ovw works have written and approved the book. Any one who needs ths book Always Uut can secure a copy by writing the Commission at Its offlcu In Frankfort. Lancaster, Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night signature Of SENATOR CAMDEN r creased Salaries For Teachers Per revdm-licdur- ln,e! """ one-cro- y i. I jSsyi - per one-thir- I . n 1 Ken-tuck- , ' TabCt cut-out- . e I Time Table. Danville, North-boun- first-clas- self-con- - Southern Rail Road. 't ' "ii" Home Care of Consumption V One-tent- ! i one-tent- h I . Knlu-..nt- . M South-bound- .. I I un-fe- I I The Central Record $1.00 It CASTORIA 30 Wf7 . SMIC ThfcCentral Record, ThiA'Sday Aug 5, ANT To buy every mule that will do for army use, 1 to 16 hands high, five to 10 years old, weigh 15-- V. t 19 1 5 Do Not Grloo We hnre A pleasant laxative that trill do Just what you wans it to do. Vie rcll thousands of them snd wa have never t r en n better remedy for tha bowels, bold otJy by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRsbtrts Page 7 GILBERT, BUCKlf.'E EASY WAY TO HAKE to 1200 pounds., want good, sound rugged mules. 1000 GENTRY-THOMA- S & FLETCHER LEXINGTON, KY. MANN, Democratic Candidate tor Superintendent of Public Inttruetlon. If you desire the sclinol system run on a business In.N. which will pay the teachers on time, in Leading Mr, Thomps Davis has completed HAIR ATTRACTIVE. new building at the Dr. Itsy place, Dr. Hoggs and Miss Nancy Lorg Ladies who find trouble in properly were guests of Miss Agnes Mlle, Sun or attractively arranging and dressing day. their hair should try using a little Mr. It. V. Sanders has urehaed i l'arislon Sitge tw l:e daily for n while new Overland car which will be deliv and note the remarkable improvement. ered in n week. Parisian Sage, which can be obtained Mr. ami Mrs. Walker Ilradshaw ami from It. E. Mcltoberls or any drug children were guests of her wrents counter, makes the hair soft, lustrous. Huffy ami wavy, takes out the dull. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill Sunday. Misjes Snllle ami Attrss Noel and lifeless Mpjiearanee, dissolves the daml- brother Korest spent Saturday night rulf ami stimulates the hair roots into Instead of and Sunday with Miss Pattlo Long ami healthy normal action. merely sprinkling the hair, it should he brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones ard son I.arl Dillon, Mr. Hut ton Roberts and Miss Margaret White of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. It. W. Sanders. CARDS.j Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD UUILDING. Office l'hone ',. I ALL SUMMER GARDEN. rubbed right into the scalp with the finger tips. Parisian Sage is a delight ful treatment for both hair and scalp, cannot possibly Injure the hair and Is Very inexpensive. create the per capita and attend .nice, cct a dollar s worth of effi cient service for every dollar cx pended. vote for V. O. Gilbert. THINK OF IT GOOD TESTIMONIALS. Public tvt for at 1 Sale! property As executor of J A. Doty, I will cif. sale at Point Lvavell on :10 o'clock Thursday, September 9th, the following 227 acres of land with room house. In good repair, 2 rooiI stock barns, 2 buggy hounea. nnd all necessary out building". K'xxl fencing, plenty of water and In gooil stnte of cultivation. 1 pair of aged mules 75 acres growing crop of corn, hinder, mowing machine, l ultivatnr. :i wagons, wheat, drill, hay rake, roller, cutting harrow, drag harrow. 3 turning plows. 1 double shovel and other farming implements. Term" made known on day of sale. irriiin-JunTCT- i I ALEX DOTY, sell Exr. An avenge ist uf tw i ins .i mile provides for ojierntinn nnd mnintnliiitig a Ford cur Ami "Ford After Service fur Ford Owners" assures the continuous use of your cnr. In every contingency there's n Ford denier near hy. with n complete stock of ports lUrring the unforeseen, with buyer of a new Kuril ear at retail between August 11" 1 1 ami Annual tUlA will a If? from IO. to share of the Ford Muter Company's profits. will also at same time ami place Uti arres of Ural located in front of 227 acre farm, with 4 room house, y blacksmith shop, barn ami other nut buildings, well fenced and in high tate of cultivation. ALKX DOTY. Here are n few testimonials for pat 30,000 Persons Publicly Recommend Our ent medicine men- "I have been unable to walk with crutchrs for many Remedy, Home are Lancaster People. years, but after using your medicine 1 Ovtr one hundred thousand have re- ran for office." "I lost mv eyesight four years ago. I used a bottle of commended Doan's Kidney Pills. your eje wash and I saw wood." "I Kor backache, kidney, urinary ills, Thirty thousand signed testimonials. have been dumb ever since I was mar ried, but the other day, after taking Are appearing now in public print. your remedy I had n speaking likeness Some of them are Lancaster people. taken at the photographers. ' "Some Some are published In Lancaster. time ago I lost the use of both arms. No other remedy shows such proof. Follow this Lancaster woman's ex snortiy alter uuying n hottle of your nerve tonic I struck a man for ten ample. Mrs. II. (5. Crutchlleld, Stanford. St , dollars." "I had been deaf for manj Lancaster, says: ".My boy was greatly years, but after using vour ointment He heard my aunt had died and left me troubled by his back ami kidneys. did not have proper control over the $10,000." kidney secretions, which caused no end Not So Strange Alter All. of annoyance. The child' aUo looked badly and I was considerably worried You may think it strange that so I began giving many people are cured of stomach trot-bl- e about his health. Doan's Kidney Pills to him with such by Chamberlain's Tablets. You good results that he is now a great would not, however, if you should give leal better." khem a trial. They strengthen and in Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim vigorate the stomach nnd enable it to ply ask for a kidney remedy get perform its functions naturally. Mrs. Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he same that Ilosie ftiih, Wabash Ind., writes. Mrs. Crutchfiekl recommends. Foster- Nothing did me the least good until Milburn Co., Proits. Uulfalo, N. Y. I began using Chamberlains Tablets. It is decidedly the best medicine foi tonach trouble I have ever used." For I'RKACIIEUSVILLE sale by all dealers. 1 Miss Delia Lawrence has been sick. Miss Huby Parrish Lawrence. Mesdames Hlankenship Mils Delia visited Mrs. Mccreary rrf ,). KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. 3- J. F Payne Thursday last. RunalwHitlUO; Touring Car $ll; Town Car (tiUi); Coupelel $750; Sedan f'JTS. r. o, U. rlt with all equipment. On display ami Ie at THE MADISON GARAGE, It- I'M' iKITKIi . 3., IT l t nn --AS? nave uasrea zo years, stormproof and fireproof all the wltile and still in flood condition. tHBA WaiH mars mcKmdot rootyou want. Use them and do away with Root "repair ' mm. fjH I 0 Taylorsville August -4 days, llurkesville. August 11- -4 days. Vancehurg, August -3 days llroadhead, August 11 ftlays. I'errvville. August 11- -3 days. Kern Creek, August 11- 4 days. Sanders, Kair, Augll-ldStanford, K. of 1. August 1S- -3 da. Shepherdsvllle. Augut 17 I days, l.awrenceburg, August 174 days. Columbia. August 19- - 4 days. K.minence, August 10 days. Kwing. August 193 days. London, August 21 4 days. F.lizabelhtown, August 21 3 days. Shelby ville, August (ermantown, August 25- -4 days. Mt. Vernon, August days, 11u 1 Miss Edith Eldridge is spending this week with her aunt Mrs. S. A. Mill. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Simpson were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gill visited his visitors in Lexington the past week. his father, Mr. Newton (Jill. Mr. and Mrs Sam Cotton were visit The School Improvement LcHgue ors on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. K. N. rendered a good program Friday night. Walker. METAL SHINGLES F 43 L. & N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. AlIltWE. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Muyaville, connecting at Itichmon with L& N to Krankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lcxing ton & r rank fort, .Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 n. m. To Itowland Mr. and Mis. Logan Thompson and Hev. J. A. Canary will fill his ap see family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J pointment at Antioch Sunday morning Thompson in Hoyle countj last week. and evening. All are invited. G. Mrs. Walter Moltzclaw and little Sir. and Mrs. .1. F. Miller and little daughter, .Mac. have gone to Parker daughter of StanforJ were guests on City. Ind.. to visit the families of W Thursday pf Miss Ueulah Keazley. T. KicharJson and T. W. N'uylor. on W a. hi. Mrs. W. H. Ueazley and children and oflice Hours J 7to9 p. id v oru received litre a rew days ago Mrs. W. r. Holtzclaw were guests last week of Mrs. Rolinda Hill. from the Neal's Creek section of M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Lincoln county, live miles south of Stanford, says that n rattlesnake killed The Case Of L. L. Cantelou. Doctors Of .Denial Surgery. the pet dog belonging to Mrs. William The case of L. L. Cantalou, ClarenORlce. Sloruin Ilnllillneovei tlnrt 4 Ander Naylor who formerly lived here. Mrs. son's tirniiure loie. N'aylor in company with some other uon, i exits, is similar to that of many LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. ladies had gone into the knobs to gather others who have used Chamberlain's huckleberries. While the- ladies thus Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea liemedy. engaged in the berry picking the dog He says, "after trying a doctor for soon bayed the serpent Under a small several months, und using different ledge of rocks overhung by molt beauti- kinds of medicine for my wife who had ful berries. Had the dog nut found it been troubled with severe bowel com Cleaning Out Trenches. just in time it is certain that one of the plaint for several months, I bought i Nail a plxu of heavy sheet Iron fifIndies would bnve been most probably 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi teen Inches Ions to the curved surface Office at Rainey a Livery Stable. fatally bitten. After n short attack era nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. After us of a short half munil piece of wood. ing the second bottle she was entirely the dog killed the snake but sulTered -- -- Kentucky Lancaster. eight bites of the poisonous rejtile cured." For sale by all dealers. of Crops Through tht Growing Season. The way to bare in abundance of the best of good things from the gar den Is to grow a succession of craps tLrom;h tho growing kodsou, says u contributor to Far in I'rosresi. In the uteragu farm Imme garden greut effort Is made curly In spring to have all the soli prepHiud und planted, but lutcr In the suiiii tho crops are neglected and n I.irge imrtloii of tho Harden Is allowed to llo Idle and grow up to trued t. The liest gardeners keep all of tbelr rich soil working to Its limit from early spring till Idle full. As soon as one crop iiMluret and Is removed another In tpikkly planted to take Its place. It Is simply wonderful nhat u common farm gurdeu of ikli soil will grow lu one season If all of the soil Is ke t busy all the time. Where all the spuce Is run to cultivated crop-- t through die growing season the garden Is an place, and no iKirt of It becomes hard mid Uiked In dry weather as where imtehcs are neglected ufter tho first short crops havo been liar vested. It Is easily possible to grow three or four good croiw In the garden froin the same sjkico In one season through planting a sucien-lui- i of I'min tpaces where early lettuce, radishes, quick maturing (ens und such croiH havo grown other quick or standard maturing crop may follow Immediately ns soon ns they have been reIleiius, curiMts, beets, sweet moved. com. cucumliers and others, for example, may follow lettuce, radishes and peas. Hunch beans may follow buurli e grouud for at least beans In three crops during the year. In many cases, ns with early buucli beans, sweet corn may 1m planted between the rows to l up and ready for cultivation as hoon us the early crop of betilis Is out of the way. The Kill Is working all of the time, nnd other planting Letwiiin rnws iaj- lie done with n variety of crips. Tomatoes are often started between sweet com rows to bo ready "for and fruiting ns boon us the sweet com H ready to eat, when tho stalks are removed to let In light to the tomato vines. By Keeping all tho garden space stirred ami fresh for seeding It Is possible to make n suce-Hslo- u of pkinthigs of several good crops to have them for uo for n long enon. Ily planting sweet corn, for enmple. early In the spring and then n couple of short rows about every two wwks till the middle of summer It Is piwlble to have sweet corn for table tie for several months during the summer and fall. Sweet corn may bo planted nt Intervals from April to the l.it ' .Inly and bunch beans during the sane time. I'adUbcS may bo sown mid lonilng on for use In n fresh state from March till the 1st of September In cetUral latitudes. It Is Impossible lero to enumerate all of the good things tint can be had fresh from the garden during the middle of the summer and through the fall mouths by kee ing all the vacant spaces seeded and through seeding or setting out plants between rows of crops that will soon bo out of the way Tho good garden ! the one that Is full of spring, mldsimurer and fall crop growing and rlpen.'iu continually In abundance. Oe a Succession rhers Should Phone 41 KY. LANf ASTFI!. Ii. W.Morrow, (lr.ulit.itc Optician ""nil F.ttcd. 8tnfii. I a ,nrnF.l Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky 11. Paint Lick, John Casey, I). V. Jl. Veterinary Surgeon. GrndiiatP OHice Cincinnati Veterinary College. at W. H. Curtcn's Sale Stable Night Phone 211. J. A.BeazSev PUNERftL DIRECTOR OIHce Over National JJank. Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH C. COX. LUMBER, Manse.Ky ' Dr. Win. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. HARRY JACOBS THE DURABLE R00FW1 Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., SO North 23rd St., Philadelphia. at Knwland, L&N & Stanford connecting to all points South No 2$; 11:04 a. m. To Iticlnnoml, connecting1 with L & N to Irvine & Ileattyville, Lexington & Cinciunuti, Middlvalairu & Knowille. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Copflul A. It No 70; ll:C0a. in. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. fast $50,000. President J. K STURM Surplus F.S, Vice $30,000. JENNY. IWt. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Icbanon Junction to Klizahethtown & Howling Green, and at llurdstowu Junction to Hardstown Springfield. No it; 8:12 p. in. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to llristnl A Atlanta. It. T JMIiliV, Ass t Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J. I.. GlLI., Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes' For YOL'il HUSINF.SS, Rent. J. II. Posey, J. E. Alex It. Denny, Samual D. Cochran. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed oowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. Beggars' Opportunity. day a veek the bcrgars of Costa Rica are privileged characters. Manufacturer and Dealer in That Is, on Tuesday they are allowed to beg from shop to shop. It Is I ho Monuments, custom for business houses to pre- nnr n hnln In reeolrn n High-Cla- ss th pare for the woekly visit of the mendilong handle Make the hole slant about cants, and to baud over to them small 45 degrees. This makes a very satis- Original Designs nnd Prompt SerThe Twenty Year Test. colna or articled of little value. In factory Implement for shoveling looso vice. Guaranteed Quality. Con- some Instances uhero merchandise Is earth out of dllehes. Form and Home. uectiou3 Sums twenty years ago I used at nil Granite mid Marble given away tho besgars pcddlo It Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and about tho poorer quarters Qunrries. Oflicn and Works on and so earn Diarrhoea Remedy." writes Geo. W, a few cents npleco. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Ilrock, publisher of the Enterprise, Telephone lfrl. Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it was a quick nnd safecure fordiarrhoea. How To Cure a Sprain. Since then no one can sell me anything A Bprain may be cured in about one said to be 'just as good . During all these years I have used it and rocom third the time required by the usual mended it many times, ami it has never treatment by applying Chamberlaln!s "Thcdford's disappointed anyone." For sale by all Liniment and observing the directions is the best medicine with each bottle. For mile by all dealers. at dealeis. lever used." writes J. A. Steelman, oll'altonville, Texas. TO THE LADIES. Sughtty Mixed. "I suffered terribly with liver or .Manchester, the Tho on Farm Lands. I Hero's to the garden of Eden Into Doctor Moorhouse. was ouo or the troubles, and could get no relief. Which Adam was always a weedin' For particulars see happiest and wlltlesl of churchmen, Till Eve bf mlstfke The doctors said I had con and was never more pleased wUh him. Got bit by a snake self than when tell'iiK u good story sumption. I could not work at Who on the ripe pippins was feedin'. One of his favorites was that of tho all. Finally I tried a longin' it seemed to possess her old lady who startled a missionary on Then Citizens National Hank Lancaster, Kv tor clothing sufficient to dres9 her. bis return from India with a question THEDFORD'S And ever since then which showed how dangerous a llttlo ! knowledge Is. 'Tray, my lord,'' said It's been up to us men To pay for the dresses, God bless her, she. "is It true that In India you call BLACK-DRAUGH- T tho female converts zenanas and tho male converts bananas?" One hln-!: from which the dog died on the return trip home which was begun at once as none bf the women could muster courage enough to contiuue the lerr ing. Thosi skilled in snako lore on seeing the dead reptile the next dav said it was at least 20 years old. low Wei Black-Drauc- ht Stanford, Kentucky. MONEYsTO LOAN Five Per Cent W. F. CHAMP. STRAWBERRY Mammoth Gave Regular Morning Train, AUGUST 11th. From Lancaster ami Way Stations Pound trip Rnllrond Fare in the Cave for fO-50. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TH12 S5.C5. Board at hotel Including the rmitei An oll expeiife three days outing for 512.15. Central Record. POIURY CLUE down a chick's throat cures few drops la the Sai, A water cures in-prevents cholera, diarrhoea adotherchlckdUeae, One 6oc bottle makes 1.' gallons o( medicine M all druggists, bample and booklet on "il eases of Fowls" tent HlEi:. Bauibon Rsmidi Co. Warns, Ij Of BOURBON Woodrow Wilson Says; "I am In favor of Local Option. I urn a believer in Local PLANTS and to my surprise, I got belter, and am to-das well as any Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Qet a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thcdford's. Fruit and Shade Tres Our first olTerlnil of the remarkable iMammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agi- Jefferson "School fl!W!.lfAJTO!tll CVlU'tKTK TWO Sold by HcRobtrls Drug Store Write or phone L& N agent for particulars. and J. R, Mount, Son & Co. urttuiJtUrf tPttaUi Ai''Mtili Korean Tun help titrrX fc Ivr Httt;rtlcf it&4 ! jim1. . L' I lb I l'3t ! ff a rttuty tu fris TtkBUssvJulrr nt ELLIOTT rEMEBAKEK, Set1, LiiiniUe, Kf. t I. rl.L U.lllli I.iMrotifuU.!.hU 4. Ja ITwr lot tut la LAll IVl tlo SI Law. - H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. 1S11. 1615 Page 8 . The Central Record, Thursday Aug 51915. MB Advertisement THE TRUTH ABOUT I FARMER'S COLUMN f mi inn .m.a - WEST A VIRGINIA. To A ine frit llnx Kt lilew tb faradiiit It lot efont turner inhterlbert. el noei gmitiaad - It' t.rmrr runnel afford l i .it 10 hnitT U" esela-l- "' 'la.i. frre of S'H .1 ..! Wi.ijrin wo Ur I'MIt Iwniinl and It lot things on to ailtr Letter From The Gorernor Garrard County Lady. le Hotli sizes. Potatoe onions for sale, C. K Henty, Klrkvllle. h'v. Mr. Sweeney Morgan ha 15 Rood mules to loan to re sponsible parties. mu'e grapevine around neck. w'ln J. I. Hamilton For year lUlfl, about 85 acres timothy, IS acres bluegrass, 5 room house, good garden, all under good fence. Frrd J. Conn, Route No. 1 For Hem: I. Hamilton sold Srt head of cattle to Monte Fox for Immediate delivery, for $8.35 the hundred Mr. 1200 pound 125 bushIs of a FOIl SALE:-AboNo 1, Seed Wheat of the Red Fultz Variety. Stone Hro. Bourne. Ky. J. Strayed from my place about a week ago, a black muley bull, weight about W. J. Holtzclaw, 100 lbs. Gilberts Creek. Ky. FOR SALE 200 bales of 200 bales of Alfalfa Clover Hay. A No. 1. No rain touched this hay it being cured under caps and immediately stored in barn. It Is entirely free of weeds, briars and mould. H. J. Tinsley. Woodrow tion. Local Wilson Says; Op- 'I am in favor of Local I am a believer t." in FLATWOOD It. Furr sold four lambs to E. L. Wood for 7 cents a pound. I'rotracted mealing at Harmony closed lest Monday with 11 added to the church by baptism. Rev. Chadwell of Term, assisted the pastor. II. V. McChesney with his "statewide" platform has swept, this section like a whirlwind. This neighborhood has been so cursed with that the people have enough of so called local option. There is a protracted meeting in progress at Good Hope. It began Saturday 24th, and will likely continue two weeks. Rev. J. T. Stamper of is assisting the pastor Rev. A. C. Baird in the meeting. Mr. J. I. Games, P. O. Inspector was in this section last week viewing out the most suitable mail route to supply this vicinity. We hope for an arrangement so our m .11 will not have to go over into Lincoln before it starts. W. g There appeared in the public press a few weeks ago the statement that Statewide prohibition In West Virginia and Tennessee was a failure and had bankrupted the state. Mrs. Edgar Trice of this county, representing the local W. C. T. U. wrote the covernor of West Virgiala, asking for the truth of the matter, and enclosing the statements of the local nress. The letter and statement of Gov. Hatfield are found below. Surely the statement of Mr. McChes-ne- v that the linuor people cant afford to tell the truth must be true. There is a lady now visiting in Gar rard county who rectntly asked a West Virginia merchant how his business and local compared under Slate-wid- e option. He replied that his business was better now than It had ever been, and the only reason he could assign for it, was that under statewide the people had more to spend for necessities and comforts than ever before. Much the same condition of affairs Is true of Tennessee as of West Virginia, State of West Virginia Executive Department Charleston. 10th July, 1015, My dear Madam:- I am in receipt of jour letter of July 7th, enclosing me a copy of certain statements published in the newspaper of your town, purporting to be a rep est ir resentation of conditions in prohibition. ginia under state-widThis article is a misrepresentation of the real facts in this matter, and 1 take pleasure in enclosing to you herewith a copy of a statement which I recently gave to the public press in regard to this subject. You are at liberty to use this state. ment in any way that you choose, and if you desire any further information in this connection I will be glad to furnish it upon request Very truly yours, Y e H. D. Hatfield. Mrs. Edgar I'rice, HAMMACK Rev. Stamper of Barborsvilie Is holding a protracted meeting at Good Hope church with a very large attendance. Mr, and Mr A J. "Manuel of Ctder Creek, Lincoln Co., were here to attend the funeral of their little grandson. Raymond Ross Manuel. Mr. Joe Ball, of Beach Grove, Ind., was here rust week visiting his son Mr. Arthur Ball end other friends who were very glad to see liim. Mr. Hall having lived in this community for a number of years before he moved to Indiana. Some one that evidently had a good knife cut a gash in a joung jersey cow that belonged to Mr. F. T. Chadwell. The gash was about 14 Inches long and 4 or 5 inches deep, also a deep stab in tne ribs near the shoulder, and a calf was cut in the hip aluut 8 inches long and very deep. Mr Jack Adams cal led early Sunday morning and took several stitcher in the cow and calf, the cutting was done on Sunday night. The stock were at home out on the county roau. Lancaster, Kentucky. In reply to a request made to Govern or Hatfield, of West Virginia, for an respecting authoritative statement publications to tile etfect that West Virginia has declared a moratorium be cause of the loss of revenue from liquor sources, the Governor said: "West Virginia is not suffering so much lrom loss of revenue from liquor sources as she is from want of realiza tion of a situation on the part of some Her members of her State Senate. citizens formerly sent out of the State, every year, fifteen million dollars for Compare intoxicating liquors. the income to the State from the liquor interests of $650,000 with an outgo of $15,000,000. The State Stnate, in response to the wishes of certain big interests, deflated every revenue measure prcposed by the House. The State has several ent administration, from Indirect sources a sum amounting to $1,175,000 a year, with n limit of direct taxation against real and personal property of three cents on the $100, which limit was later raised to ten cents. This gave to West Virginia a yearly source of revenue 3f $2,32.1.000. 'On account of the growth of our State, It being in its period of greatest development in the way of ntedej in stitutions and additional departments. as well as the natural increase of clerical and other expenses yearly experi enced in the different departments of the State government, our State lias outgrown the amount of revenue avail able under our pretent laws. In the campaign tor tax reform It was the earnest hope and desire of those who were championing those principles that the classification of property would be adopted, thereby relieving real andpsr-sonproperty from taxation for state purposes, and leaving these properties to be taxed for Die maintenance of local government. "Our educational institutions hive grown in the past four years, forty per cent in population of students. We have had many new departments added to our State Government in the past few years, such as the Hoard of Control; the Commissioner of Agriculture: the Tax Commissioner's office, the Public Service Commission; the Compensation Commissioner the Prohibition Department, and many others, which add to the increasing demands upon our citizens. It was therefore necessary for us to have a more substantial source of revenue. "West Virginia bus neverhad a sufficient amount of revenue to properly develop its state institututions. Our per capita cost to maintain the students of the University is $180; our per capita cost to maintain the inmates of the insane asylums of our State is $120 per year. Our per capita cost under the old revenue regime, previous to the two extraordinary sessions of the Legislature this year, was only $1.55 fo the individual; under our new laws it will give us a revenue which, if all is used will be made available, of $2.00, which is a very much less per capita cost than is found in any ether state of equal prominence and development. 'With an annual revenue of ?2,bOO,- 000 we will be able to take care of all the demands made upon the State treasury and conduct our institutions on a modern plane of consistent development." pre "fnr7? KENTUCKY'S TAX BURDEN -I- NTOXICATING u LIQUORS. TRAFFIC JSaSKlisBS BSSsSBBBBBBS k . I K .adsVsasalsBSBSBsk. Ir ..bbsbbbbsV ' TOTAL REVENUE THE STATE RECEIVES FROM LIQUOR INTERESTS. 1. All real and personal property employed In the manufacture of liquors is assessed at $3,504,433. 50c on WHAT THE LIQUOR COSTS KENTUCKY. The care of the feeble minded Institute, the care of idiots and the maintenance of lunatic asylums Is $17,918.72 The cost of maintaining the penitentiaries, home of reform and criminal prosecution each year is $880,778.27, A R. S. EUBANK. The man whom school people know as "The Man Who Took the Public Schools out of Politics." For ten years he has been giving his time and using his own expense money in the effort to develop the rural schools of Kentucky. His editorial utterances in the Southern School Journal have done more to shape public opinion than any other one fac tor, and have always been in favor of helpful measures and opposed to every thing which might Interfere with the right of the child to free educationHe believes that opportunity should be brought to the child in the home dis trict. His County School Board law. now in force, makes it possible for each county to build its school system strong enough to enable every child to prepare for College or University work or for the practical business of farm, mercantile, or home life while residing in his father's home. The people are strong in their endorsement of Mr. Eubank's candidacy fur the Democratic nomination to the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. G. B. LIKENS Only Candidate From Fourth Congres- the $100 state tax on this amount Is $12,822.00. 2. Tax on distilled spirit (withdrawals of liquors in bonded warehouses) rectifiers, breweries and wholesale liquor dealers $231,354.40. 'total of $I.35,590.99. 3. Tax on liquors warehouses $1,311.53. not in bonded li- 4. State revenues from saloon censes, druggist and merchants' licenses, brewery agencies, etc. $367,783. A very moderate estimate of the percentage of this, caused by liquor Is W) per cent $1.03.007.00. 5. Taxes on saloon fixtures $1,700. Total, $037,970.25. To this ran be added the untold poverty, misery and degradation and even death of many of our citizens. From these figures it will be seen that the revenue from the liquor Interests is only about 8 per cent of the total; but the records show that the cost of trials and the care of liquor- - Subtract this from the total receipts from the liquor traflic jou will see that there is a net loss to the state each year in coM hard dollars of $145,090.76. made criminal. Insane, paupers, more than offsets all the etc., taxes and license money thev pay the state by the enormous sum of $MS,GW. 7. For every $1 they pay the state In taxes it costs the state $1.09 to take care of the people they debauch and destroy Does it pay? (Adv) sional District. BUENA VISTA Mrs. Carl BUkeman Is visiting in Nicholasville. Miss Margaret Asking is visiting relatives in Wilmore. Mrs. T. M. Scott is much improved after a serious illness. R. 1. Ison of Wilmore was here last week for a short visit. Several from here attended the Wil more Camp Meeting Sunday. Mr. William Mu.idav and sister of Georgetown ore willi.relatives. Miss Willie Duncan of Uurgin is visiting J. W. Askins and family. Mrs. 1. D. Hacker was u recent guest of her muther in Owsley County, Prof. T. ,W. Skinner of Lexingnon was with friends lure the lirst rf the week. Misses Allen vf Georgetown are visit" Ing their grandmother Mrs. L. U Naylor. i'rof. and Mrs. 1. D. Ilackernnd Miss Myrtle Ruble are unending Institute in Lancaster turn Mrs. Russell Fl'rnce and children of Nashville, Ind.. ar gMsts of Mr. and Mrs Jas. bmitK Miss Gertrudr C j: '.. of I'arls Crossing lnd., was a rcv,.. nivii of her uousins Misses Kilo and Muitu Clark. J. K. Daugherty Jr., of Lexington is spending his vacation with his grandfather Mr. J. T. Christopher. Mrs. J. E. Scott and Miss Alyce Mabel Scott spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C. Scott of vtt. Miss Napier and Mrs. Behvmer have returned to their home in Boonevill after a pleasant visit with I'rof. and Mrs. I. I). Hacker. great sources of revenue. Measures to produce revenue from such sources would be fair and equitable. The people of the State are, and have been, demanding measuies to provide revenue from such sources. Without discuss ing whether the liquor interests assisted certain big interests in tho State to defeat their revenue measures, certain it is that the liquor interests are showing the greatest delight of all, over the defeat of piupused revenue measures. The State Senators who played nt3 the hands of the liquor people will probably find it very difficult to satisfy their constituents that they were unwittingly made the tools of the liquor interests particularly when it is re. membered that their leader, Senator Roseiibloom. was well .known and well recognized as the spokesman in the Legislature for the wet people. "Do not understand me to say that the big Interests In the State were op posed to prohibition I understand in general they were not but in matters of revenue legislation they were moved solely b their own selfish interests. "To further demonstrate, however. that loss of liquor revenue is not the explanation for shortnge in general revenue, it only remains to say, that in the fiscal years ending June U0. l'JIS and 1U14 respectively, there were defic its of $40,000 and $350,000 respective-lvnotwithstanding the State was col lecting in such years us full amount of revenue from the liquor sources. "In recent yenrs the State has been enlarging her work in tho general wel fare of her citizens and the betterment of their condition, with consequent and necessary increase in the cost of maintaining her institution. Sufficient attention has not been given tu this in creased demand for revenue to meet these changed conditions. Now it la necessary that needed attention be' given to this increased demand and suitable provision bv made for needed revenue. "The question of revenue for the proper maintenance of our State and its continued growth and development has been an Issue mite 1000. The campaign of 1003 resulted in the udoption of certain principles of tax reform, which were put Into effect, in part, uy the Legislature following that cam paign. West Viiginia had depended previous to that lime upon revenue methods of a direct nature levied against real and personal property for state purposes us well as for all other purposes. A good many changes were brought about in our revenue laws at that time which resulted in the Stat receiving at the beginning of the pres , STOPPED HIS PAPER. At the last presidential election the Fourth Congressional District cast 21,- - A couple of years ago a cranky sort 932 votes for Woodrow Wilson, of an old man came into this oflice nd of the entire Democratic vote in stopped his paper because something Kentucky, and it has never failed to in it did not just suit his fancy. We give loyal support to all Democratic have frequently met him on the street nominees. In the Primary election to since that time and it is amusing to be held on August 7th the Fourth Dis- note the look of surprise on the old trict has but one candidate seeking the fellow's face that we are still in exnomination for a State oflice. ai.d that istence regardless of the fact that ha is G. B. Likens of Ohio County, who stopped his paper. Some day and it aspires to the oflice of Secretary of won't be long either that old gentleState. Mr. Likens will have the unit- men will turn up his toes. His heart (Advertisement) ed support of the Fourth District will be stilled forever Neighbors and democracy. His qualifications, his friends will follow his lifeless clay to THINGS PECULIAR personal integrity, his party loyalty the silent city and Uy them to rest are not excelled by any other candidate among the flowers. An obituary will IN THIS CAMPAIGN. running in the August Primary. be published in these columns telling A stronger candidate or more pro- what a kind father, a good neighbor ABOUT THEM? HAVE YOU THOUGHT ficient officer could not be selected. and beloved citizen he was which the 1. McChejney il the only candidate The Fourth District has no Democrat recording angel will overlook for charwilling to let the people rule. now holding an elective State oflice at ity's sake and in a very short time he is supporting Frankfort, and unless Mr. Likens is 2. The liquor traffic will be forgotten. County Unit candidates. Why? nominated it will not be on t the State ticket Vot-- j represented 3. Have you heard of a Protesta-for him! not THE RURAL ROUTES. minister of the Gospel who Is not sup- alone because he is the only candidate Prohibition? porting State-wid- e from the Fourth District but because The rural routes were established 4. The liquor people and Stanley s he is the best man to nominate. for the benefit of rural homes, or in opponents agree that he is a wet canThey have other words the farmer. (Advertisement) didate. proven a greater benefit and blessing 5. A loss of $037 97G.25 revenue from to the farmers than was anticipated liquor interest, means a gain to the by the most sanguine. A farmer who REMARKABLE TRIBUTE and 75 State Treasury, of $445,090.75 has once enjoyed the advantages of per cent fewer idiots, blind, paupers, 172 OF SID T. DOUTHITT'S COUNTY-HE- the rural mail service would hardly drunkards and criminals. know how to live without it. It did TOUR DISTRICT AND TELL not come to the farmer, however, unThe question is not only one ot loyaltil he had many times earned it. ty to party, but to righteousness and Why He Should Be Railroad humanity. To contend about taxes The farmers are our heaviest taxand party loyalty, is to ignore our obpayers. What property they have Is Commissioner. in plain sight and is taxed, while the ligation to the betterment of humanity. city gent, at least many of them, who As to party loyalty. Mr. McChesney is The Douthitt "boosters", 172 in num- deal in notes and bonds is enabled to the onl candidate who is truly loyal to ber, hrve just returned to their homes hide his wealth from the assessor. democratic doctrine, being the only one asking to know the will of the people. in Henry county from a trip through For a quarter of u century the mail As to taxation, compare article found 14 counties of the district in 44 automo- has been carried to the city, not in this issue, entitled, "Kentucky's biles, and, from the information gained once, but many times each day. Tax Burden", with article in last issue on the trip, together with reliable re- Finally the big heart of Uncle Sam ports from other parts of the district, has reached out to the men who feed on same subject. they are confident that he will be nomi- the world. nated in the Primary of August 7th. BUYANTSVILLE How To Cure a Sprain. His end of the District is composed d A sprain may be cured in about Mr. and Mrs. K. I Burton spent Mon- of counties having large Democratic majorities und they will start him in the the time required by the usual day at Richmond. race with over 11,000 votes, whfch, treatment by applying Chamberlain's Mr. Percy Hsger left Saturday for a with his large following in the counties Liniment and observing the directions business trip to HI. visited by his boosters seems to make with each bottle. For sale by ad W. W. Burnaide of LaGrange, him a sure winner. Mr. dealets. on business. was here last wee! He is a tremendously popular man Mis Francis Tomlinson bus gone to and as deserving as he is popular. He MAIiKSHURY Lexington for a visit to relatives. has fought his wuv from the beginning Mr. Luther Brooks has returned from of his career, and his sympathies are Miss Sue Higgins is the guest of Mr. with the people. He is a Democrat, und Mrs. Frank Higgins. a visit to Williamsburg and Jellico. Master Lam Halcomb hus gone to always supporting the Democratic Mrs. Stallard Hill of Bryuntsville is Hamilton, Ohio for a vieit to relatives. nominees, and will oulve every queslltn visiting her mother, Mrs. Hogg. that comes befoie him in accordance Quite a number fram here ure at Miss (Jeorgia Dunn has returned with Democratic doctrinethat is, that tending tin Lexington Fair this week. Lexington und Frankfort. the corporations shall bo treated with home from Miss Allie Dunn, or Lancaster has exact justice, hut that the people shall Mr. and Mrs. Adams of Richmond been visiting her sister, Miss Leuvy rule. are the guests of Mr. und Mrs. '.. Dunn. He is a church member, u Sunday Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard, of Stanford School worker, u Mason, un Odd FelMrs. David Rankin und Miss I.ula were guests Sunday of Mrs. A. I). low and u Knight of Pythias, and has Simpson have returned from Elixer Swope. always been on the right sido of every Springs after two weeks stay. Mesdames B. P. and W. II. Swope moral question. We commend him to One of Pleasant drove Cradle Roll entertained u number of their friends the Democrats f the 2nd Railroad members. Churlie Arnold, was called to Commissioner's District us one who Is be an sngrl on Aug. 1st. He was only at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Tames and Miss Curiam, of wholly competent und absolutely worthy 21 months old, ultho being here kuch a short while he had entwined, himself Salvisa, have been the guests of Mrs. of every confidei'.C' Newton Bright, Chin, of Boosteia around the hearts of many loved ones. L. L. Cunningham. Luke Kavanaugh. County Judge Jesus mid, "Suffer little children to Mrs. Charley Heiiiiinger und daughL. H. Seutt, Sheriff Hyniy County c.me unto me ami forbid them not for ter, Ruth, have gone to Wayne, Co., Dear II. K. Bourne, Attorney Buch is the kingdom of heaven". for a visit to relatives. J. Wirt Turntr. Attorney parents he Is safe In the anna of Jesus. Mrs. II. L. Elder, of Lexington came Richard Radclilf- -. Itvpreirentulivo Ilia hands are beCKoninir VIH1 to meet I Saturday for u visit to her daughter, Vnll U'ntllil l.t. An tl... r!nM.n ihnrn E. A. Gullion, M'tnr Henry Local. Will Uli n Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, at "Pine Crest". not with him back to this world of Bin Adt, Mrs. Eugene Sagerser and children and sorrow, but may .God give you and Mrs. Meadows, of Louisville, wero strength to live so as to meet him Husel-deguests of their aunt, Mrs, Sam where no sad parting will ever be. A Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prewitt of Yes Many People Louisville were here a short time Mon have told us the same story distresa day. Their many frienas were greatly Ah tdnalf nuK chnol oiler eating, gases, heartburn. A ( pleased to see them. OiwualUiiUiiitoffll'i Com lfUiXMirtl ItoUa.oritft.'ColM. lulills Miss Helen Williams celebrated her BvbiMl kuw. luutir, Uoi KM rilBi sixth birthday Saturday afternoon by llittvfr ol Musi. IC&MIUbl before and after each t&eal trill rtlisT entertaining about fifteen of her friends. Ui iMl ut rumoauu you. Bold ooijr oy us Numerous games were played and R. E. MeRsbsrts UtUiUta CMMmUrf il JIuKlM4MliUlifUii.lf delightful refreshments were served. one-ten- th N one-thir- Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will Mora Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who May Bolt Elections of Last Few Ycara Prove This The liquor candidates and the liquor organs in their desperate efforts to stem tho rapidly Increatlnx ttrength of Mr. .McChesney, and to prevent. It possible, what seems to be his probable nomination as the Democratic candidate (or Governor In the August primary, have been Industriously circulating the report that If he It noraf. ruled he can sot be elected In No vember, Tbey bate this statement upon the Idea that tha vhltker and Democrats would not vote for beer him, or (or any other dry Democrat, l( he Is nominated, ln other words, tbey admit that, although the liquor Democrats will take a very active, part In the primary against McChesney, they will not hesitate. It ho Is nominated, to bolt his nomination and vote (or the Republican ticket. There Is some truth In that threat, (or that Is jutt what they have been doing (or many years. Mott ot them do not seem to be bound, by any sent ot bon or or obligation, to support the nominee attar they have taken, part In the triinary. Admitting to be true llmlr turpose to bolt if Mr McChesney Is nominated, and that Is what tbls talk amounts to when they say he could not be elected, let us see whether or not It Is to be (esred. The people o( Kentucky remember very well that In the Senatorial primary last ear, the same kind of talk and threats were used against (lovern-cMr. Stanley, the liquor lieckbam. candidate (ur the Senate then, as he H the liquor candidate (or Governor now. uied the same argument, so did tamo liquor newspapers, What this argument amounted to In effect was that, l( Ueckham was nominated, the whiskey and beer Democrats would bolt him. while It Stanley should be nominated he would get all of those votes and also the votes ot the temperance Democrats, who would be too honorable and too good Democrats, to bolt the pa'rty nomtnoe after they had taken part In the primary The result of that primary should be (resh In the memory ot Kentucky Dsmocrats. With all the power and wealth of tha distilleries, the brajsrles. and the saloons back of him, StftDley was defeated by a substantia.! majority. Deckham was nominated and a large majority of the liquor Democrats dtd bolt him In the November eleotUO. It Is nccestary only to look' a( The returns from that election to demonstrate it la all ot tha cities and liquor centsrs Ueckham ran considerably behind the r I large majority, he ran nrarlr S.00 votes behind the majority of the Democratic nomine (or Conxress, la Kenton county (city of Covington) he 1,18!) votts less tban the vota (or the Democratic nominee (or Congress, In Campbell county (city of Newport) he received 1.C3? test; la Katette county (city ot Lexington) l'cn he mould have carried Dy l.roo. He carried and so II as ln every city where there was a liquor vote. Even In Henderson county. Mr. Stanley's home, Governor lleekham ran about 200 or 110 olc behind the ticket, een though Stanley made speech there before the election, ostensibly (or th ticket, but It happened that In the Ova or six places where he did speak In that campaign, lleekham, the nominee, lost votes, (or Stan, ley's speeches wsro not Intended to help hfm Notwithstanding all ot this detection and bolting, Governor Heck ham won over his Republican op-- , ponent. Governor Wtllton. by 32.000 majority, the largsst majority given to any Democratic candidate In ii or 30 years. So the threat of Mr. Stanley' and his whisky and brer supporters proved to be (utile and empty. It l tha tame old trick they are trying to work again on the Democrats this )ear Hut It will fool only tha unthinking or the Ignorant. Mr McChesney Is undoubtedly the strongest candidate tha Democrats ran nominate for Governor. He will be elected beyond doubt; ha may loie many very wet Democrats In tha liquor centers. I just at lleekham did latt year, but h will more than make It up In the coun try dlttrlcts and In the mountains, lie Is receiving the assurances of thousands of temperance Republicans and Independents that they will tupport h'm. It he It nominated oer Mr Morrow, who la well known at a wet man. It Is no use (or Mr Stanley to argue that, because tho Republicans will nominate a wt candidate (or Governor on a wet platform, tho Democrats should do tha tame' thing, and get Into a race with tha Republican ticket to tea which can bid tha hlgheit (or tha whiskey and beer vots of the ttate. The. people ot Kentucky are not going to elect as Governor of the state a liquor trust man, and Mr Stanley might us well stand aside. The people know that their chance to beat the wet Republican candidate Is with Mr Mo- I'heinev as the Democratic candidate. He wlU be nominated and electud. rest of the Democratic ticket Ktea In Louisville, which be carried Ir j Advertisement ana ANiznn ze OF LANCASTER. 1SS3. 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