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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 12, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915081201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 12, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TRgS TWUNTT SIXTH YEAR, .v I L LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 12, 1915. I,,' 11 CENTRAL RECORD. I'UHE llELIGlOh, UN1AKNISJIEI) DEMOCRAClr AND GOOD QOVERN3IEN1. NUMBkR 19. . I I 11 Don't You Know It will make us feel mighty There will be an Ice cream supper nl the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Edd Simpson of Teatcrsvllle, Saturday, August 21, for the benefit of the church. From io much" of Colonel Roosevelt's Intentions as have been divulged it I stand-patter- GOOD DEMOCRATIC VOTE IN GARRARD STANLEY AND HARDIN MASON AND DOTY GET BIG MAJORITIES RACE CLOSE. . rn corhrjgan Ax.yotr after wtu 1 cheaper. You getting benefit of same. jg We arc giving you close prices on good for you to come in and pay your account. This will enable us to.buy goods HARDWARE, BINDERS WARE, ETC., IMPLEMENTS, n apparent that the Itepuhllcan are not to have the political Ihe rnmary passed off quietly In this County, although tho contest was e in 1'JlC that they expected. spirited throughout. Stanley carried the county by 103, McChesney running 'second. Lieutenant Governor McDermott received but fnrtv votes In the Countv. u operation 01 our uovernmeni wun Stanleyxarrled every precinct as did Judge Chas. A. Hardin, Candidate for those of bouth and Central Americon .Circuit JGdrfe over his opponent. Chas. C. Fox. states in a pian to restore oruer in Thrf closest race of the day was between W. B. Mason and W. A. Doty mexico, wn.cn we nave ueen urging ror the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, the former winning hy iM. Jas D. tor many montns, seems at last to lie , Uack carried the County over Jas. P. Edwards for the nomination for Lieu assured. tenant Governor by 2. The vote by precints was as follows: It takes n rich man to draw a check, a pretty girl to draw attention, a horse to draw a cart, a porous plaster to 5 .S draw skin; a toper to draw a' cork, c free lunch to draw a crowd; and a well PRECINTS: displayed advertisement in this paper to draw trade. 12(5 OS OJ East Park 155 105 101 123 67 G7 121 Court House 99 137 00 70 99 92 Not a thousand miles away from her East Bryantsville 53 CO 119 134 127 50 45 127 on a recent Sunday a farmer in church 131 West Hryantsvllle 33 137 115 48 30 121 41 very eloquently supplicated the Lord to IX) C6 3fi 29 Paint Lick 83 48 79 80 help the needy and poor in the com C6 Buckeye 36 65 7 30 22 40 79 munity. When going home his little U 50 53 54 24 21 Walker's School 18 23 son very artfully remarked; "Say pa, Union 26 C8 34 47 43 70 50 32 if I had as much wheat and corn in the C7 35 86 21 34 56 84 West Park 63 barn as you have I'd help the poor my self and not bother the Lord about it." CS4 387 9u5 304 825 421 563 Total 657 i 11 gll J II" WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS get our prices on g Engines, Silos, Blizzard Cutters, Wagons, Harness, 1 pj 60NN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. j W hy is a newspaper like a pretty woman? To be perfect it must be the embodiment of many types. Its form is made up. It is always chased though inclined to be giddy. It enjoys a good press; the more rapid the better. It has a weakness for gossip. Talks a good deal. Can stand some praise, and it's awfully proud of a new dress. In the race for Secretary of State W. P. Walton carried the county by majority over Ilarksdale Hamlett, his nearest opponent. For Auditor, Robert L. Green's majority over Thos. Rhea was 340. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals Kodmann W. Keenon carried the county by 67 majority over Alvin Steger, his nearest opponent. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, R. S. Eubank', majority was 161. Mat S. Choen's majority In the race for Commis sioner ot Agriculture was 292. In the race between W. F. Klair and Sid Douthitt for Railroiid Commissioner, the latter got a majority of 14. For Treasurer, Sherman Goodpaster carried the county by 139 over Claude B. Ter- 250 HARDWARE, Tinning and Plumbing. Automobile rill. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollicc Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Feast and your friends are many; The Democratic vote in Garrard Countv was the heaviest ever poled m a fast and they cut you dead; they'll not State Primary, there being 1305 votes cast for Governor get mad if you treat thsm bad, so long as their stomachs are fed. Steal if you get a million, for then you can furnish bail; it's the great big thief who gets out on leave, while the little ones get to jail. Advertise find the dollars come to you, quit and they fail to come In, for what care the men who have money to spend, for the men who don't care to see them. Of course if you are contemplating going to school this fall you are thinking and planning for it now, and that is right. It is none too soon to begin to make arrangements and to cast about for a desirable place. We glad ly refer you to our school. No town in the state has a higher moral tone and Our fewer objectionable features. school offers unusual facilities for a proper culture of the mind at a vcty moderate expense, and ou are very cordially Invited to investigate before you decide to go elsewhere. mien nrn none i flttOCaLUCH DRUO. Tickets Given With Every as uasn rurcnase. 'jJ m m 311 Must C DCZZDC Raise and the $8,000 9 ?tfF3aWaaakatplDaaaaaaS GIGANTIC SALE Will Continue For HEMP CUTTING One of the best crops of hemp ever grown in the county is now being cut and the quality is unusually fine. Some forward tobacco is also being cut, with good quality, but light in texture and weight. THIRTY DAYS. G. I DELEGATE TO GRAND LODGE riTliHr f i With every 25c cash sale we will give a coupon. When you have secured 20 of these coupons, return them to us with $2.08 and receive one of these sets usually retailing at $6.00 to $8.00. Ernest Doty a well known local color ed man and Master of the Lancaster colored lodge of Masons, attended the meeting of the State Grand Lodge, which convened in Paris, Ky., last week, as a delegate from the local lodge. LANCASTER. M li LYONS. KENTUCKY. IE DC BIRTHDAY PARTY. Miss Mary Miller Woods, the attrac tive little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Woods gave a delightful party to her young friends, the occasion tenth birthday, which was on Wednesday, August 4th. Several score of her friends were present and enjoyed the afternson thoroughly. Delightful refreshments were served. P0FF-W00DS. Judge Chas. A. Hardin, to the Circuit Judgeship of this Judicial District, won from his opponent, Hon. Chas. C. Fox of Danville by an unprecedented majority. He carried every county in hit district; Garrard by 601, Boyle by 298, Lincoln by 5S5. and Mercer by 705. R. E. McRoberts. I! "FAIR" BOOSTERS. Watch for the Stanford Fair boosters on Saturday afternoon. Every pretty girl in Lincoln will be here boosting their Fair, and advance reports say that it takes more automobiles to carry them than Sid Douthitt's friends used. MORROW HEAD AND WALKER TO ROMAN'S OPERA HOUSE To-Nig- ht REPUBLICAN TICKET. 5'- - To INSURE In a Leading I i I Such American Company Springfield Fire and Marine. as CAPITAL, iS: the I 1 THOMAS 2,00,000,00 ELK I IN, Agents. I tmmmm '3 mmmM www Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing 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. Edwin P. Morrow, the acknowledged Republican Nominee for Governor, will carry the Republican JONES SIMPSON PAROLED. campaign against A. standard in the Miss Mary I'otr, daughter of Mr. and 0. Stanley, and Mrs. Charles i'olf, of this city, was The State Board of Prison Commiss Judge Lewis L. Walker was nominatmarried last Monday evening, to Mr. ioners have granted a parole to Jones ed by the Republicans for Lieutenant William H. Woods. The ceremony Simpson of this county, sentenced eight Governor by anoverwhelming majority. was performed by Itev. J, Rockwell years ago to serve twenty one years Judge Walker carried every county Smith at bis residence on Water street. for the killing of Bud Casey. Casey and carried this, his home county, with Miss I'olT has been in the telephone was found with bis head crushed in a only 19 votes going to his opponents. exchange for several years and Mr. burned house and Simpson was accused Little interest was taken in the Pri Woods is an electrician for the same of tho crime and convicted. The evi- mary by the Republicans in this county company. dence was largely circumstantial, and in as much as their candidates for application was made to Governor Will-so- n countv otilces have already received for a parole, but In refusing be their certificates of nomination without STANFORD FAIR. Joe Hammonds is opposing said that he thought Simpson should opposition. In this Issue appears the advertise- serve five year, before applying. Thos. Ballard for Sheriff, Joe Haselden is the Republican Nominee opposing H. ment of tho Stanford K. of P. Fair. Clay Kautfman for Representative, and This promises to be the best fair held CLLB COMMERCIAL In Central Kentucky this year, for they Joe Burnside Is the candidate for Ciragainst W. B. Mason, have oifered a splendid premium list To Med At Police loart Room. cuit Court Clerk and a good show of stock Is assured. the Democratic Candidate. There will be a meeting of the Com Garrard county people should remember The Republicans nominated the folthe way that Lincoln supported ours mercial Club at the Police Court room lowing State Ticket in Saturday's Fairs and attend the talr at Stanford, at 7:30 this evening. Important busi- Primary. Governor, Edwin P. Morrow of SomWednesday, Thursday and Frldsy of i ness I. to be transacted and all memerset. ber, are urged to be present. next week. Lieutenant Governor, Lewis L. Wal- Thursday, August 12 th, '15. WILLIAM FOX, presents The distinguished actor in the Modern Drama, WILLIAM FARNUM 'SAMSON' (Not The Bibical Story) CLOSE. The lesson was from the "Prodigal Son," and the S. S. teacher was dwelling on the character of the elder broth er. "But amidst all the rejoicing" ha i aid, "there was one to whom th prodigal', return gave no pleasure but only bitterness; one who did not approve of the feast being held and had no wish to attend it; now can any one of you tell who this was?" There was short, silence, followed by the vigorous .napping of finger, and then from a doisn little mouth, cam the chorus; "Pleas ir, it was tho fatted calf." PURYEAR ker of Lancaster,. GETS Secretary of State, James P. Lewis, of Whitesburg. GOOD MAJORITY Auditor, Edward A. Webber of Fort Thomas. ville. Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Earl C. Huntsman of Scottsville. Superintendent of Public Instruction, R. P. Grern of Bowling Green. Commissioner of Agriculture, Wm. C. Hanna of Cropper. 1913 Harley-Dav-Idso- n FOR SALE;-Tw- o Motorcycles, In first class condition. Apply at this offlc. A picturlzed version of the famous play, as produced by Chas. Frohman at the Criter- ion Theatre, N. Y. SAMPSON A gripping story of the rise of a dock laborer to master of finance and a man of Millions is one of the strongest dramatic masterpieces of In it is a beautiful love story and a plot that is unique and compellent. In Race For Commonwealth's Attorney. Treasurer, Wm. A. Hunter of Louis- A.H.Bastin&Son Judge Emmett Puryear received a vote of confidence from the democrat, of hi. district when he was to the offlc of Commonwealth'. Attorney by a good majority over hi. Ha opponent Hon. John Svm Owsley. won by a majority of 735 votes, carry ing Boyl by 726, Garrard by 297, Mercer by about 650, while Lincoln want to his oppoq.nt by about 900 majority. Remember its a FOX FEATURE. No Raise in Prices. Two Shows: 7:30 and &00 Five Dig Reels- - OF Land, Stock and Crops. FMMT. AWKT I will, on the above date, at 9:30 a. m., at his late residence, one-ha- lf mile from Buena Vista, Garrard County, Ky., and Five miles from Burgin, Ky., Sell to the Highest Bidder the following personal property John W. Scott, deceased. trees Also has all necessary smoke-house, ice-bouhen-houf- of 25 Shares of Stock in the Bank of Bryantsville; 42 Yearling Steers; 30 good Yearling Heifers; 6 Milk Cows; 4 Cows and Calves; 16 good Weanling good At the same time and place, as Agent for the heirs of said John W. Scott, I will sell the buggy house, such ns tenant hoiue etc Large gorden m Bulls; SO Head of First-clas- s Calves; 2 Short-hor- n Young Ewes; 6 good Brood Sows, due to farrow about date of sale: 3 Sows and Pigs; 1 good Red Berkshire d Shoats; I pair of Aged Boar; 35 Head of Mare Mules, extra good; 1 Mules; I pair Family Horse: 1 good Family Mare, good combined Ladies to drive; 1 gentle for 1 Mare with Chester Chief Colt by her side; Stallion, by Vice Commodore: 1,000 Bales of Timothy and Clover Hay; 600 Bales of Straw; 12 Acres of Wagon, 1 new Deering e growing Corn; 1 Binder and Mower, and Kentucky Wheat Drill; Disc Harrow; 1 Buggy and Harness, and all other farming Implements; 5 cans of good lard; 100-pounSix-year.o- ld Six-year-old Six-year-old Farm Containing 288 Acres of fine lnml, in n high state of cultivation, having been blue-gras- with some fruit. Large stock barn for 20 horsey, two corn cribs 3 sheds and granary room for 5,0110 bushels of grain. There is alfo n good four-roocottage, with cistern at the door nnd good yard and garden A good pair of scales on the place. The long pike frontnge of this loud v. ill l;e makes it susceptable of diviMon and seperote tracts and then os n whole offend in two or thrte Two-year-o- ld s 25 mostly in grass for a numbe'r of years, anil part of it in years. This farm is a goal producer of any of the crops raised in this and section of the country, and has long been known as the hemp farm in the county. It is well watered and under good fencing, and also an ideal stock farm. Therefore, it is now ready for stock rais-in- g besr-wlie- Two-hors- House-hol- d and Kitchen Furniture or general farming, such as hemp, tobacco or any other crops comThis farm is well located on a good turnpike rood one-hamile from Buena Vistn postollice. having two daily moils; live miles from Burgin Station on the Q. & C. Railway; 35 miles from Bryantsille and, one and a half hours drive from Lancaster. Danville mon to this section. lf All sums of $25. and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, four months credit with approved note, with six per cent interest from date of sale. TERMS Convenient to churches, 'school, store and well built, The dwelling is a gocd. good cellars, ond two frame house, with two halls, three porches, two Large avenue and yard with stately shade good cisterns at the door and Harrodsburg. two-storten-roo- p. cash; balance in one, two and three years, with 6 per cent interest from date on deferred payments, notes to contain the usual maturing clause; Interest to be paid annually; seeding possession given this fall; full possession Jan. 1st. 1916. Virgil Scott or Henry Ruble, who are on the premises, will take pleasure in showing the land to any prospective buyer, and we sollclte and Invite all who are contemplating buying a farm to see this bargain. For further lnformrtlon call on or address said Scott or Ruble, at Buena Vista, Ky., or the undersigned at One-thir- d TERMS Harrodsburg, Ky. i i t! A Col. I. M. MM 111 SPILLM FREE LUNCH FOR ALL Administrator and Agent. DUNN, Auctioneer. 'the Central Record, Thursday Aug 12 1915. McDormott, Page 3 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Ft 1 KxiM't-liiK'ut- 45S; McChesney, 5,604; STANLEY IS NAMED,1' MORROW WINS IN GOVERNOR'S RACE Nominated By Heavy Ma- Children Cry for Fletcher's IN STATE PRIMARY r e nl i mcuiesney ueieais if l anu ! Stanley, 7.991; IFTH r)I8TIHCT McChesney, 1,800; McDormott, 10,998. 8IXTII DISTRICT Stanley, 10.474; McChesney, 3.090; MrUcrmott, 3,717. SEVENTH DISTRICT Stnnley, 11,- McChesney, 7,33"; McDermott, 433! Capitol $50,000. A. K JSurplus 430,000. McDermott by Decisive Vote. I Tlio Kind You lliivo Always Bonglit, mid Mliloh lin liccn in iiio lor over :iu jcursi, iiati borno Uio Mgnuttiro ot nun nnn iicch iiinuo turner him per-mmnl HiiicrIloii nlnro ltd Infancy. K CucAtK Allow no ono toilrrclvn you In till. All C'liiiiilcrfvIlN, Imitations nml " nro but Unit trlllo i Itli nml ciiiIiwil'it tlio liciiltli ot lufuuta unit Children Ux;crluiico against ljncruuciit itftfi- rmnurnimrnM rritn IPPIin rUUIUIHllUlM IHDi laailEi Stanley Sweeps the State from One End ta the Other and Plurality Reaches 42,800 Race for Lieutenant' Qovernor Close Between Edwards and Black. THOSE NOMINATED. Governor A. O. 8TANLEY. i.iuiiin ijihthilt Miamey, i,'.ii ; McChesney, 6,151; McDermott, 8G8. Stanley, C.0J4; NINTH DISTRICT McChesney, 6,477; McDermott, 619. TENTH DISTUICT Stanley, 1,078; McChesney, 483; McDermott, 412. ey. DISTItlCT-StanlELEVENTH 2.013; McCl.ency, 1,177; McDermott. 444. jority Over McLaughlin LIGHT VOTE IN PRIMARY First Time Republicans Have Ever Primary-Platf- orm Nominated by Direct Stands for County Unit as IL 1 JEN1IY, President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY, Cashier. :hbry, Ass't Cashier. r. J. I.. Gll.t Safety Ssmual Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex R. Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. .Tint-im-Bo- Cnstnrln 1 n Imrinlrm Milistlttito for Castor Oil, Pniw gnrlr. Drop anil Nonfiling Hyrnpi. It lit plniHiint. IC rnntnliH ncJIlicr Opium, JMorpliIno nor other Narcotic Miitotuueo. Itx a la Its irtiiiruntcc. It destroys- Worms) nml nllnjM lYvcrlxlinciti. For moro than thirty year.i It lina hcfii In constant uio for tlio relief of Constipation, riutnli'iii'y, A 1ml Colle, nil Teething Troubles nnd lilarrliini. It regulate tlio Ntoniarli anil Ilowels, iixilinllati'H tlio l'ooil, giving- - licalthy nnd naturul tdecp. Tlio Children' l'uiiuccu Tlio Mother's l'rlcud. - What is CASTORIA I.leut. Governor JAMES D. BLACK (doubtful). Secretary of Stale Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. GENUINE CASTORIA SI Bcurs the Signature of BARKSDALE HAMLETT (Doubtful) ALWAYS State Auditor R. L. GREENE. State Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTOR. Clerk of Court of Appeals RODMAN W. KEENON. Supt. Public Instruction In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought R. S. EUBANK. Comm. of Agriculture MATT S. COHEN. Frankfort. Ky., August 10 Kentucky Democrats In thu state primary Satur day showed conclusively that they are i.o ernor no is corammeu to maie- wide Prohibition. anley, lormer tongressman u. ,ruu' u """""" ,a uu Mimn., nu .. u.ulU " ; ,uu- - CARRIE8 ALL DUT FIFTH Stanley carried every district In the Against Statewide Prohibition-Gen- eral slate by a substantial majority except Election In November. the Klfth District, the home of I.leut. liorcrnor i.uwara j, .ncwcrmou, anu even here he ran a close second. There THOSE NOMINATED. have been few Instances In Kentucky politics where a candidate has no com' Governor EDWIN P. MORROW. plctely swept the state. I.leut. Governor BLACK STILL AHEAD. LEWIS L. WALKER. In the race for Lieutenant Cover Secretary of State JAMES P. LEWIS. nor, James D. Mack, of Harboursvllle, , la leading by a sate majority, with 12 Attorney General out, over James P. hdwards counties b; mcgregor. ot Louisville. State Auditor Illack claims that the mountain ED. A. WEBER. counties will swell his majority. Ed Appeals wards claims ho will win by fifteen Clerk of Court of EARL HUNTSMAN (In doubt). hundred. This, however, seems to be Improbable of fulfillment, as all moun Supt. Public Instruction R. P. GREEN. tain counties heard from so far give Comm. of Agriculture Illack a majority. Judge Illack Issued a statement that WILLIAM C. HANNA. his plurality will be between 4,000 and C.000. Frankfort, Ky., August 10. Edwin Edwards was a running mate of Stanley nnd stands for the county P. .Morrow, of Somerset, was chosen unit. by an the Republican standard-beareIllack has openly favored Statewide overwhelming majority over nis op Prohibition, and If his election Is cer ponent. l.atl F. McLaughlin, ot Madi tain It may mean that the dry ines' sonvlllp. whose vote was neclitdhli tlon will he In calcium again, two There was little opposition to the years aR0 n 8,atewde till passed the House and failed In the Senate. Should arl)0urgvllIe man preside over the ,h(J Senate It would give statewide a big a(,vanla(.c even ,hou(.h tlle fiovernor ay 6(anj for th coun,y un. D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Public Sale. OF t. Desirable Farm Containing I 95 Acres. will, on SATURDAY, at 2 p. m . AUGUST 28TH, 1913. r sharp, on the premises on the Danville and Lebanon turnpike about one mile west of lirumlield and about one mile cast of Aliceton, sell to the high est bidder n desirable farm of about 9i acres. This land is in a high state of cultivation an abundance of never failing water, an eight room residence, stock Imrn. tobacco barn and other out bnilding3 In good repair. This is a rare N. U. It. to buy a good home; near church, school anil two stations on the L. & Mr. W. A. Stewart, who lives on the farm, will take pleasure In Seeding privilege this fall and 1U1G. showing prospective buyers over the premises. full pessession January 1st, in one, two and three years. Terms liberal, one fourth cash, remainder divided In equal payments due I ARNETT RUNNING STRONG, ' ' . . The race for Secretary of State, still In doubt, sprung a surprise as some of the late figures were totaled, and shows that C. I). Arnett, of West l.lb- erty, Is running strong and may out' distance Barksdale llamlett, of Frank' fort, and Charles V. Mllllken, of I.oulsilIc. Hamlett's plurality ot 3.341, with some counties missing, appears safe, Mllllken claims raco by 3.000. GREEN BY 10.000. Ilobert I.. Green, of Frankfort, de feated Thos. S. Ithea. of Itussellvllle, for the nomination ot State Auditor by a majority of 10,000. FOR TREASURER GOODPASTOR Sherman Goodpastor. nominee for State Treasurer, has won by a ma Jorlty ot between 10.000 and 12.000 over Claude II. Terrell, of Iledford. KEENON WON. It appears that Rodman V. Keenon of Ilarrodsburg, lias won the office ot Clerk of the Court of Appeals over Alvln Steger, of Owenton, by a small majority. Several of the mountain counties are out and may change the APPEARS JOHN J. COZATT, John I. Vanarsdall, Auct. BUCKEYE Mr. C. Monday. peace. Parksvllle, Ky. Politeness. . BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is giown and where there is a limited amount of storage space, baled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to'storc loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes llxl8-inc- h Bale Chamber with 1HC P. Engine. 3, 4, or ICx Bale Chamber with I II C 4 or P. Engine. 17x22-inc- h Bale Chamber with I II C P. Engine. C-18-inC-C-- Politeness appears to have been Invented to enable people who would J. Davis began a school here naturally fall out to live together In EDWIN I MORROW 0 i by AiMrteea Praaa Association. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. r, togflc joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker are features worth looking into. Drop in and sec us the next time you are in town. PHONE 27. 5ecler, gallard & sl BRYANTSV1LLE, Ky. Scott, PLATFORM BEFORE NOMINATION. COHEN SAFE MAJORITY. The Republicans at their Lexington ty unit law advocate, was nominated Matt S. Cohen won the race for over Harry V McChesney, of Frank- Commissioner of Agriculture by a convention decided upon a platform fort, and I.leut. Oovernor Edward J. plurality of 18,000 over his opponents. which stands tor the county unit as against statewide prohibition. McDermott. of Louisville. OFFICIAL COUNT NECESSARY. Agreed ' attitude of the 2r. McChesney made It plain to tha In at least three races. It was said Democrats with the matter, on this there will voters throughout a strenuous camtoday, the results would not be defi- be little division In the parties, with paign that he stood for Statewide Pronitely known until the official returns the exception ot the Progressive vote, hibition. Ills voti was largely con, fined to the rural districts, and, while are canvassed by the State Election the leaders of whom claim they will draw from both parties. one hundred and six counties out o! Hoard at Frankfort, August 21. The official count in the various nna hnmlrorl nnH tuantv a ru .1 rv tin. KENTON STRONG. der the county unit law. he failed to counties will begin Wednesday and Kenton County gave Morrow the returns will be made to the State carry many of them. biggest vote ot any county In the state Hoard within the next ten days. Edward J. McDermott was non-co- A. O. STANLEY result. Republicans who were decided upon at the Lexington convention held two months ago. Lack of opposition failed to stlmU' late Interest among the Republicans In many sections ot the state, some counties casting only a few votes. Get your Flour, bran, oats and corn frcm Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. No Road to Riches. After looking qver the life history Miss Jennie Dickerson spent pat of In the last week with her sister Mrs. G. W. of some of the wealthiest men world, we have about reached the Ray. conclusion that none of then: got rich Miss Lucinda Carter spent a few by saving tobacco coupons. Toledo days in Lancaster last week with rela- Blade. tives. "Cozy" Is Hardly the Word to Use. Mrs. Nora Teater and Mr. Willie "Of course." said Mrs. M. T. Cack-leRay are at home and Mr. Ray is im"It is real nice in the newspapers proving fast. to describe the new Muehlebach hoMr. George Calico spent Satcrday tel as coty and homelike, but I should anil Sunday with Mr. Elbert Murphy call a building with a tea furore and a cafe centurion, with marble floors and at Kirksville. pillows of, lapsus linguae and maleMiss Lula Crutchfield of Nicholasvilk faction, and with gleaming chantiis spending the week with Mr. Hiram cleers Impending from the doomed ceilings, a great deal more rotund than Ray and family. cozy." Kansas City Star. Misses Minnie Pearl and Louie Brown spent Sunday with Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethel Ray. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and two little daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gulley and son Frank were visitors in Madison Sunday. As executor of J, A. Doty, I will ofMisses Barbara Gulley and Ha Hill and Mr. Smillie Hill spent Saturday fer for sate at Point Leavell on night and Sunday with Miss Pattie Thursday, September 9th, Long and brothers. at 1:30 o'clock the following property r, Public t: Sale! rtnri ofthe Skv to- - A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendcrsonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Wnynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via mlttal us to his convictions, but it was generally supposed that he stood for the county unit law- - as against state- He carried only his wide prohibition. linmn fill ... I nnlavlMA ffilllnf Hnun nf -t In Jefferson County outside of the cily carrying only one precinct. He ran a poor third throughout the state. Stanley's victory was overwhelming, sweeping thu state from one end to tbo other. Since his defeat for the United States Senatorahlp In the fall ot 1914, ho has been stumping the state, and it Is said that be made more stump speeches than any other can dldate In the rare. Stanley was given national prominence when as a member of Congress be was appointed Chairman ot the Steel Trust Investigation Committee, and through this rigid work which he carried on for two years attracted much notoriety through the magazines and newspapers, He was elected to six consecutive terms In Congress by the Second District and served until March of this year, when his term expired, MANAGED BY HAGER. - DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM VENTION. CON. at the Saturday primary. SOUTHERN RAIUVAY ef H South) - allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-ove- rs For full Information Ticket Agent. Southern Rallwar.or writ D. II. To J J, Dlitrlct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. ' Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES PejBPssssa' DAKOTA JACK The Nacthwtalcfa Cowboy originator or PUMUY'9 INDIAN HUBS have made hit Mine famous all over the United States and Canada. Connoted of Roote, Iferbe, BaAs and Derriee. Far treatment of Human Diaeases. Pursley'e Indian Herba-- 45 Dave' Treatment. Dakota Jack'e Cowboy liniment Dakota Jack') Creme Soap. Price 10. ban ."OA The Stanley campaign was managed by Judge S. W. llager, ot Owensboro, FIRST PRIMARY ELECTION. prominent politician, and who was defeated for Governor on the Democratic This was the first campaign for nomticket la 1907. ination for state offices under the primary election law adopted by the GenVOTE BY DISTRICT. eral Assembly In 1912. Some counties In the mountain section and also remote precincts ot other TO MEET. PROGRESSIVES counties are missing. Louisville. Ky., August 10. It Is said C. I. GROVES. Btanley. 10,212; that the Progressives propose to InFIRST DISTRICT Clerk of Court of Appeals McChesney, 9,288; McDermott. 987. ject a statewide prohibition platform NO CANDIDATE. Stanley. Uf Into their party for the general elecSECOND DISTRICT Supt. Public Instruction 6,220; McDermott, tion on Tuesday, November 2. 009; McChesney, NO CANDIDATE, 1,518. Little Interest was manifested In omm. of Agriculture Stanley, 8.507; their primary Eiturday, A state platTHIRD DISTRICT NO CANOIDATE. form convention has been called tor McChesney 4,359; McDermott, 455. FOURTH Stanley, 7,-- August SO. DISTRICT The Democratic platform convention be ,he nelt scene , Kentucky's . . continuous per. ormance political snow a for lhe DurDose of platform to put under the Democratic Saturday to try concandidates named and clusions with the Republican Progressive nominees at the regular election on Tuesday. November 2. With A. O. Stanley, the Democratic nominee, and pledged to the county unit law and against statewide prohibition, it Is practically certain that the county unit sentiment will pervade the convention, and, with the views ol President Woodrow Wilson and Sen' ator Ollle M. James, which are In keeping with the lcw- - ot the Kentucky Democracy as expressed In the con vention ot 1911, will he written Into the platform of this year. Within the next week or ten days State Democratic Chairman Vansant will call the state committees together and fix the time and place for the assemblage ot the dalegates and to de-- , termlne the date and manner for the selection of the delegates, CARTHAGE WOMAN FIRST PRIMARY. This Is the first primary In which TELLS HAPPY STORY the Republicans have ever participated. Formerly and before the recent enactment ot the General Assembly of Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., Kentucky all nominees were selected was a victim ot stomach disorders for by the several years. She lost appetite and conventions. her weight fell off. She could not rest HARD BATTLE FOR NOVEMBER. at night. by State Chairman Ed Headed She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Franks, ot Owenstoro, the Republicans Just a few doses and found herself have laid plans for a strenuous fight restored. at the November election, In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was While the state is normally Demo- so rapid she was afraid that It could sim- be only 'temporary. cratic, the Republicans expect a So she waited , from September, when she took the ilar reoccuranco ot 1907, when Republican, was elected Governor remedy, until the following February and Ilradley to the United States Sen- to pass judgment. Then she wrote: 'I write you In regard to your won ate. derful stomach remedy that I took last September. 1 feel better than I have la five years. PROGRESSIVES "My weight was 12754 pounds: now It Is 147H. and I can eat anything I NOMINATE TICKET want I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Governor Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per FRED J. DREXLER. manent results for stomach, liver and Lieut. Governor Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress J. R. ESKRIDGE. after eating, pressure of gas In the Becretary of State stomach and around the heart. Get one CHARLES REYNOLDS. bottle ot your druggist now and try it Attorney General on an absolute guarantee It not satis ALLEN D. COLE. factory money will be returned. State Auditor J. F. HOLTZCLAW. State Treasurer PULL FOR YOUR TOWN. e Will-son- 227 acres of land with 8 room house, in good repair, 2 good stock barns, 2, buggy houses, and all necessary out buildings, good fencing, plenty of water and in good state of cultivation. 1 pair of aged mules, 75 acres growing crop of corn, binder, mowing machine, cultivator, 3 wagons, wheat drill, hay rake, roller, cutting harrow, drag harrow, 3 turning plows, 1 double shovel and other farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale. ALEX DOTY, Exr. I will also at same time and place sell 'M acres of land located in front of 227 acre farm, with 4 room house, blacksmith shop, barn and other necessary out buildings, well ferced and in high Btate of cultivation. ALEX DOTY. Old ana woven Into Carpets uiea ISaWT.'.immil You Can Have Your at a savlm or half the out of or-amary rug., ur Improved mttnooi which Itownteaclu.lvtlr.tbtOltoa Chicago, maktt Dvamuui ruga totally and far suorlor t any othar ru wavan from old carpats. SW You Choose) the Colore Ltt tne ihow yoa tha many baautiul patttrn from which you can aalact. Writ ma a poaul No town will become a good bus! er tilasUgaa in, and 1 will call wlia fcuuplaa. MISS FANNIE J. BISHOP, ness center so long as its business Lancaster, Kentucky. men rely on a few merchants to make the effort to bring trade to town. Too often the men in a few lines of trade are about the only ones that reach out New Rugs INDIANA SILO after custom. Other merchants wait until these men induce the people to PAFEC CUTTERS com to town and content themselves with trade that naturally drifts to their Monitor and Associated place. A public spirited man should ask himself if he is doing his belt to Gasoline Engines. attract people to come to town to trade Lime Grinders. In helping the entire business commun- Wheeling ity and no town is a success unless all All sold on easy terms. lines are working to extend the trade as far as possible and trying to bring W. P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT. a largo territory in thi circles In which STANFORD. KV. Phcnu 191). the town is the business center. SI.0O it ZU CASTORIA For Infants aad Childxea Many People In Thu Town never really enjoyed a me&l until we advised them to take a ' TakeT ""J 1 on iAU AT C. C. 4 J. E. Stormes and R. L McRocerts. In Us For Over 30 YtMrs Slejaatun of Tonight before and alter e&cb. meal, by us S53 a box. R. E. McRoberts SoUoQly It will -- T mi ts ImuvsVlruht) morn na m a ' ts: R. E. McRoberts ThCentral Record incorporated Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. R.L E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Locnl Editor nml Mtfr. as eeomt Cls Mull Intered t the roit OlftM In Lsncsiter. Kr Matter Member Kentucky tid Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kj., August 12. 1915. Rotes For Political Announcements 6.00 For IVcinct and Citv UIIK'es .. l"-0for County Offices For State and District Offices. . . . 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per The high compliment to Judge 10 line 05 Charles A. Hardin by such a large Obituaries, per line majority over his opponent was no sur prise to the public Judge Fox is a good ANNOUNCEMENTS lawyer of recognized ability, a POLITICAL democrat and a popular gentleman, and The Central Record is authorized to any lawyer in the 13th District, who announce the following candidates for had undertaken the task that Judge the Democratic Fox did would have shared bis fate. office, subject to Judge Hardin had only served half a primary. August 7th, 1915. term upon the bench and his official re FOK GOVERNOR. Attorney cord, both as Commonwealth Stanley. Hon. A. O. and Circuit Judge, has received from FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. the public the highest praise and has He , been most generally satisfactory. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S is recognized by his party as a loyal ATTORNEY. democrat and is held in the highest esteem by the people as a representa E. V l'uryear, of llovle county. tive citizen and a Christian gentleman. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. Judge Hardin deserved thetndorsement William. B. Mason. that he received, not only from the FOR SHERIFF. democratic party but from the people G. T. Hallard, Jr. that he has served so well. This priFOR REPRESENTATIVE. mary demonstrates that Judge Charles 11. Clav KaulTman. A. Hardin is one of the most popular success In November. Our leader Is a brilliant orator, a broad minded statesman, Incorruptible and honest and a true friend of the His twelve years of service masses. In Congress, where he always fought the battles of the people, seasons him well In experience for the Important executive duties he will assume upon He will make his election as Governor. a brilliant campaign in defence of the National Administration and President Wilson, for whom Mr. Stanley has the flis administradeepest admiration. tion of the affairs In Kentucky will mark the beginning of n new era of of reform and business progress in our State. We have long known and admired this great young Kentuckian for his ability, courage, honsty, frankness and loyalty to his friends. Undor his leadership the entire democratic ticket will be elected In November and Kentucky democrats will endorse the National Administration with her electoral vote in 1916. NEW RUGS FROM Mr. J. Wml Waiver sold a nalr of 6 OLD CARPETS. year old mules to Mr. Richard Gentry, of Hoyle. for J350. These mules w-- re Miss Fannie Bishop, representing the about 17 hand high and will probably Olson Rug Co., can Interest you in weigh Jtw pounds. some beautiful new rugs which can be made from old carpets. The prices WHO? she will make you are very chenp and The local merchant pays his tales the rugs are handsome and of many Read her in this town and aislsts in defraying different He is doing advertisement in this paper. the community expenses. his part toward the building up your man pnvs no home. The mall-orde- r A VALUABLE BOOK taxes here and is doing more than his share toward destroying the commu ON TUBERCULOSIS. nity. Whom are your supporting7-Ex- . HIGH OFFICIALS TAKING TANLAC Judges, Mayors and Prominent Business Men Try Premier Preparation. designs. MULE COLT SALES. Mr. B. G. Fox. of Danville, has re cently bought a car load of mule colts at an average of $10 a head. They were shipped last week to Pennsylvania parties. Mr. Fox also bought last week 31 head of yearling muUs of Wil liam Splllman, for a total of $3100, These mules were shipped to same parties OFFFOR MEXICO. Two American battleships, the Louisiana and New Hampshire, sailed Tuesday night from Nenport, 11. I., to Vera Cruz, In response to on urgent re quest from Commander McNamee that his little licet of in Mexican AGED SHAKERS waters, be in view of anti foreign demonstrations at Carranza's Inseparable in Life. Meet Death capital. gun-boa- The State Tuberculous Commission has prepared a booklet "The Home Care of Tuberculosis" which gives val unble information regarding the home Sugcaro of cases of consumption. gestions regarding outdoor sleeping. the diet of consumptives, the disinfection of infected houses and directions for the protection of the healthy mem bers of consumptive families. This book is new, practical, simple, and authoritative. Physicians will lind it valuable to place in the hands of consumptive patients. A copy may be obtained free by any physician or any consumptive on request to the Kentuc ky Tuberculosis Commissioner. New Capital Building, Frankfort Ky. in Same GREAT COUNTRY THIS. Room a Few Hours Apart. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins n candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary Augmt 1917. We are authorized to announce Joe S. Haselden, of this city. Republican candidate, for Representative at November election 1915. We are authorized A. Ilurnside, ticket, to announce Joe candidate on Republican for Circuit Court Clerk, at November election 1915. Hon. A. O. Stanley, has given the following statement to the public, summarizing his views rnd giving what will probably be the essence of the Democratic Platform. The statement is as follows; "It is natural that a number of worthy Democrats should entertain the laudable ambition to serve their party and their country as Governor of the State. The Democratic party must necessarily make a selection. On August 7 I was the fortunate atpirtant. I feel assured that the distinguished gentlemen who sought this nomination and their loyal Democratic friends will close ranks with their comrades who supported me prior to the primary and that together we shall march to the teal battle and the real victory in November. In this last primary the Democratic party of Kentucky made a choice not so much between men as measures. The issue which the Democracy of Kentucky whs called upon to decide was simple and sharply drewn namely, whether it would continue to main tain the principle of local option and local or try the expe prohibition. riment of State-wid- e It was in its essence a referendum to the people. Atter a campaign of educa tion, thorough and elaborate, and after discussion of this subject in every county in the State, the people have rendered their decision, and have definitely determined, aa I interpret the returns from the last primary, to re affirm the position taken in 1911 and to maintain the county law as it is now written. Hoping that this question 'may be eliminated from politics and that we may begin now to eerjoualy consider grave and pressing matters, I take this occasion again to ussute the people of Kentucky that if elected Governor I shall exert all the power vested in me to prevent its further agitation and to maintain intact and without change or amendment the county unit law as now enacted. The Democratic party is, by tradi tion, by Inheritance, by experience and by right of the majority so often expressed at the polls, the natural guardian of the political fortunes of KenWARBURTON-CLARK- E. tucky, When our battle is won in November we must at once take up the Mr. Virley Clarke, of Cynthiana, en serious work of solving the problems gaged on the Court House repairs, Three billion bushels of corn, one bil lion and a half bushels of oats and a billion bushels of wheat will be har vested by farmers this year, according to Government figures, breaking all previous records. America's wheat crop is the largest ever grown by any country. Tobacco will reach 23.000.000 Circuit Judges in the State of Kentucky. pounds, and increase over former record crops. After the scandal of the Becker coffin plate comes the scandal of the GOOD SHOWS. Becker funeral one far wider in its bearings and far more difficult to han W. J. Romans has again assumed Mr. dle and end. The charge that the man the management of his Opera house twice convicted in the courts was mur and is putting on some of the best picdered by the Governor who did not save tures, or feature films, that he has him from the penalty imposed by law ever shown in the city "The Diamond can easily enough be forgotten as the From the Sky" which appears every hysterical raving of a Monday night is proving very popular. woman, and it was wisely held that no Some of the best vaudeville on the action except the removal and seques- circuit today will be shown at this tration of the offensive legand was re house soon, special mertion of which quired. That several members of the can he seen in the Central Record. Mr. police force should have paid to Becker Romans believes in advertising, which the public honor of acting as his pall in a large degree is responsible for the bearers is quite another matter, haw success of his popular house. Watch for his advertisements and dont miss evtr. and a much more serious one. These policemen, by acting in this ca the good shows that are being shown pacity. deliberately proclaimed sympa there nightly. thy with a former associate whose proved conduct had brought disgrace upon the organization to which they GARRARD COUNTY'S belong. By almost inevitable implicaSHOWING. tion they protested against the punishment he received and denied the justice The largest vote ever polled in a of the courts. democratic primary in Garraid County was registered last Saturday. Judge Our trade has suffered from the Brit- Hardin's majority of G01 over Hon. C. ish blockade, as our trade and our citi- C. Fox, is the largest ever given toone zens have suffered from German oper- candidate over another in a democratic ations within the war zone. primary in Garrard County. This The Government at Washington will be Majority is exceeded only in his home to safeguard our interests wheth- County, which gave him' 705. alert Judge er interfered with by Germany or by Hardin and Hon. A. O. Stanley both England, but neither the American received a larger majority in Garrard Government nor the American people County, according to the number of will ignore the fundamental differences votes cast, than any other County in between the two classes of questions. the 13th Judicial District or in the Sth One class concerns our rights of trade Congressional District respectively. under the established principles of law. the other the right of our citizens to "GERMAN KULTUR". travel upon seas without exposing themselves to peril of their lives through There is a new German music hall murderous practices which can have song called "The Destruction of the no defense in law. Lusitania" which gives a new insight into German paycology. It speaks of the 'flippant" Americans who in search THIS GOOD FARM WILL SELL of "sensation", traveled on the illtated boat. Apparently this is the German In this issue of the Central Record way of looking at the noble victory appears tne advertisement announcing over helpless men, women and babies. the sale of the farm of R. H. Bronaugh In their music halls the Germans near Crab Orchard. This is a splendid now sing of the great steamer sailing farm and Mr. Bronaugh tells us that along her "criminal" course, corning the sale will be absolute. It will pos "Americans, Englishmen, Frenchmen itively be sold on August 27th. and Greeks to the dance of death." "The torpedo hit true." "Those who were not suffocated were drowned. CENTRAL LIFE SUED. Vanderbilt was among them. It is a Alleging that the Central' Life In pity Minister Grey was not there." What a delicacy of feeling. And the surance Company is insolvent and charging its officers and directors with remainder of the song follows tho same mismanagement, Charles M. Gaines, of train of thought. And then they won Anderson, Ind., a stockholder, policy- der why it is possible for Americans to sympathies and holder and creditor of the company, fil liavo ed suit in the Circuit Court at Lexing' wear that anyone who expresses an ton, last Tuesday, asking that the com' opinion against them has been 'bought. pany be placed in the hands of a re' ceiver. GOOD WORK FOR FRIEND. n Sister Chtistine Johnson, aged bi, and Sister Martha Oleson, aged 57, died Sunday at Shakertown a few hours apart and were interred in the little Shaker cemetery after a double funeral service Tuesday morning by Rev. F. T. Mclntire. The two were sisters and many years ago had journeyed from Illinois to join the Pleasant Hill community, and had lived in close com panionship and alfection from vigorous voung womanhood to ripe old age. They were both women of beautiful character, quiet and industrious, and unselfish with all about them, and to many who luved them It has been a consolation that, ha they were inseparable in life, death took them both to eternal rest on the same day. Sister Martha had been ill some weeks and Sister Christine had been her devoted nurse, shailng the burden of her illness with Sister Sarah Pennebaker. For several days before death came she complained of not feel ing well, but would not give up her ministrations at th? bedside of her friend, and Sunday morning went to the room of the sick woman, but after a few moments she laid down on a cot to rest. Shortly afterward Sister Sarah Pennebaker saw a strange look on her face and summoned Dr. Penne baker, but the pulse of the Bged woman was barely fluttering and she died almost immediately. Five hours later Sister Martha Oleson also passed peace fully away. Both women were Swedes. This is the second double funeral that has taken place in Shakertown in the last few years, and time will soon blot out en'irely the lew remaining members of that once vigourous and prosperous colony. Only a little handful now remain and they are watching the closing about them of life's twilight with the same simple faith and trustfulness that has always characterized the people of that community. s burg Herakl, liar-rod- Lexington, Ky., Aug. 11th. "I have sold Tanlac since the beginning of its introduction in Lexington, to the Mayors of n number of cities, County Judges, Circuit Judges, nml to many of the most prominent business men and professional men In Kentucky," said Wm. E. Stagg, thp Lexington druggist. "The demand for the preparation In all of my has been phenomenal. twenty Years' experience In the drug business I have never seen anything to equal it. "In addition to the Lexington demand, Tanlac has been shipped from my store to Kunsas City, Mo, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Denver, Colo.; Memphis, Tenn., Meridian Miss., Honnllla, S. D ; Pittsburg, IV.; Jacksonville, Fla.: Louisville, Ky; Tiffin, Ohio; Cincinnati Ohiu; Columbia Tenn.: Palm Beach Fia.; Phoenix Ariz. ;Los Angeles Cat., and many other points too numerYou may rest assured ous to mention. that every city In Kentucky also has heard of Tanlac. "1 can only account for he great demand for this preparation by the That fact that it is n good medicine. is proved by tho numerous statements from those who have tested the medicine and are now convinced of its excellent merits. The public has evidently not been slow to appreciate the Tanlac merit. Practically J20.1XX). worth of Tanlac ha been solJ and distributed through my store within the past few weeks. Such a demand is most certainly unprecedented, "My associations with Mr. CooMr and the agency for Tanlac has been very pleasant. I therefore take pleasure in commending Mr. Cooper and his very excellent preparation". Tanlac, the premier preparation, on sale in Lancaster at R. E. McKoberW and in Bryantsville by Becker, Ballard and Scott, where it is being introducn'. In h1f K notif not In troubles. TToi fan Hts" you c gatxt tte ten minute but In 6 second. trial bottl of lh genuln U IX IX Jutt a few dreys f that mild, sooth- Prescription for only A cent. ing, eootlnc nti, the H 1. I'. Don't fall to try thl famous remedy the) fsmous cur (or Eciem. rind the Itch I itone. Your burnlccakln for any kind of aummer akin trouble. Instantly relieved find you bars ab we. know IX IX P. will fir you initial li kolut protection from all umratt ikln relief,' R. E. McRobcrts. Druggist, Lnncnsier, Ky. Ts-.nnt 5 P. ?. t I ps s Pm . Mr. Emmet Puryear" thanks the people of Garrard County for the generous support given his candi- t dacy in the Primary last Saturday. fitf)rriii)4 ORCASis.r.n Cr3ze LANCASTER. t)!elrr Ki W i.v.vj. Aaslvfc SEVERE HAIL. Farm-' Citizens National Bank OF KY report that the hail storm Capital $50,000. II. F. HUDSON. W. O. P.ignky. Surplus $45,000. Vic Prest. ' which occurred Wednesday afternoon ri,ed 1,,vtc wilh tobacco, especially The Lancaster ln the '"lion WInJ and rain which accomparled it TeAi ,lehl was ver' icvere anJ Iuit'' of damage was done from this source nr President. Ass't Cash'r. J. J WALKER. Jok J. Walk eh. Jit., W. F. CHAMP. Cashier 5 -2 per -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 If you Loans made on real estate. need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. hwinebroad. Lancaster, Ky. is the very backbone of successful business. We regard Jour cooperation as a necessary factor in our success. We hope vou speak a good won! for us if we give you good service. If you lind our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling L'S. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot, ert FOR SALE PRIVATELY. Kentucky went to Lawrenceburg Indiana, where he was married t3 Miss Anna Warbur ton, an attractive young lady of that city. Mr. Clarke is a popular young carpenter and has many friends here Mr. who wish him much happiness. and Mrs. Clarke are now happily loca full destiny of Kentucky properly ted at the Simpson House, the hostelry realized, and our great for bridal parties. be made for the Interests of all of its in truth as in name, a Comcitizens, HAPPY FAMILY REUNION. monwealth." The home of Mrs. Charlotte Warren, The whole country Is relieved that on Danville avenue, has been the happy the primary election Is over. The re- - scene of a happy family reunion during suit not only pleases us but from the the past week. All of the children unprecedented majority given the nom-- were home and the occasion waa a inee for Governor, it U but fair to as- I'elightful one. Following are the sume, that the democrats of the State ' children: Mrs. It. A. Asbury, of Little are also pleased. Results of the prl-- j Rock, Ark., Mrs. J. C. Osborne, of mnry thoroughly unite our party and Knoxville, Misses Jennie, Charlotte and we go forth to battle with the common Margaret Warren, Mr. Ashby Warren, enemy with every hope of triumphant of this city. Interior Journal. needs remedial and constructive legislation which looks to the advancement of our educational agricultural and fiOnly through such nancial conditions. legislation can the Interests of our people be adequately conserved and the that confront our State. State J 1 (Danville Messenger) A representative of The Messenger was in Lancaster ut the close of the polls on Saturday and noted the good work done for both Stanlay and Hard in by Joe E. Robinson, their cam puign manager in Garrard county. Stanley carried Garrard by .103, the largest majority given him in this district, size of county considered. Judge Hardin carried it by COO. This work was done by Mr. Joe Robinson by reason of his friendship to both Stan ley and Hardin, and not because of his holding or wanting office. He went to Centre College with Stanley and his friendly relations with Judge Hardin dates back many years. lie ia owner of the Lancaster Record, and when Mr. Stanley was defeated by Governor Beckham for tt.e Senate, the Record at once began a campaign for Stanley for governor, Mr. Robinson's work is being highly complimented by Tonight at Roman's Opera House, all who know of the indefatigable manner In which be "beat the bushes" for the big Fox.production "Samson" inl5 his friend). parts. The blue grass farm containing JI9 acres and known as the John R. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell of on the L. & N'. railroad, mile from Fonso and trom two to four miles of five good churches, and one and half mile of the Paint Lick Consolidated schools. This farm is well improved, having a residence of seven rooms, a large new stock barn, a five acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and A tenant house on splendid well. this farm of five rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern, Tho best watered farm in Garrard county, with seven never failing springs and two large ponds and nil in grass, CAPTURE OF WARSAW It is so except about forty acres. Greatest German Achievement During the situated that it can be divided into three small farms, if purchasers desire. For further information, write or call War. W. A. or S. C. Henderson, on, Lowell Ky The Warsaw correspondent of the or phone 357 B. Lancaster Ky. London Times who left the city with the last of ths Russian troops, has sent to his paper from Petrograd the following dispatch: "The capture of Waasaw undoubtedly represents the greatest German achievement in the war and it would be stupid to minimize the character of the campaign or the bravery of the German soldiers, whose sacrifices placed them in possession of the goal for which they suffered approximately a FEATHER PULLING FOWLS. million casualties in the space of a year. On the other hand it wruld to stupied To Curs This Habit Plenty of Exarcls Is Racommendtd. to exaggerate the importance of WarFeather eating Is n vice which fowls saw. "The city was lost, not through the acquire most frequently when they lack defective generalship or inferiority of eometbUig to occupy their time, writes the Russian army, but aolely through a correspondent of American Agricuthe inability of Russia to convert its lturist H Is not unknowu even where flrat vast resources quickly to the uses of fowls havo free rausc. Tho Unlessthing Is to discover tho offender. tho war. Tho evacuation of Warsaw was fowls bo destructive aru of special carriwl out from the beginning to end valuo It Is bebt to kill them for tho without the slightest confusion, panic, table. When this U not nilvlsablo they demoralization o r discouragement. should bo tnndo to work moru for their For two weeks an unending train of living. Instead of feeding cut bono or transports passed in orderly procession lean meat ln chunks let tbein pick the out from the city, removing everything meat from bones on which It has parwhich might beof value to theGermans. tially dried or hang up strips of dried they The bard meat 'There was no storming of the city, Idea should which divertwill peck. long bo to attention for the Russians blew up the bridges enough' to mako the foul forget tho at U o'clock in the afternoon and the habit Germans did not arrive on the Warsaw Tho cure consists In removing tho The worst offenders' and giving tho others side of the river until 0 o'clock. Russians played their game virtually exercise, lilts of wlru fastened ln tho up to the last minute and the last mouth were formerly recommended. shrapnel shell. Then they retired in and aro still used somewhat. These aru good order, leaving the Germans to Inserted bo tbo wire losses through tho upper mandible at the nostril and enter an undefended city. through tho beak, which it preveuts army throughout acted on a "The from being tightly closed. Tliun tho plan following symmetrical a time fowl cannot grasp a featlier, of table in conjunction with all the force) upper inaudible may bo trimmed. from Galicia to the Baltic, which enYou abled them to remain until the last moment to take the maximum toll from cro troubled with heartburn, gas) and distressed feeling after eating take( the enemy and still escape intact ready n to light on indefinitely." h SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI and RETURN Sunday, August 15th ROUND TRIP $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY A. M. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5.3S Ak Ticket Agent for Particulars II. G. KING. lWr and Title! Acnt East Main St., Lalngton, Ky. POULTRY and Public Sale Beginning at 10 o'clock sharp, EGGS 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. In good state of cultivation, with u modern Fruit of all kinds, large barns, implement house, an abundancu of water, well distributed, add to its desirability. TEIt.MS OF alf cash.reinulnder In equal paymonts.one and two years, at C per cent, interest from date of possession, which will bo on or s farm, residence in u yard of fine shade trees. SA!.K:-One-h- before October 1st, will bo otrered 11 l. 00(1 acre farm Kverything olfered will be sold without Credit of I months will be given on ull personnl property on sums exceeding $10; smaller amounts to be cash in hand and settlements made before Stock and equipment sullicient for u and place, at same time proierty is removed. Dinner served on grounds. SAM J. BAILEY. BURGIN, KY. aVTtl..l uikvj 4-11- if T before and after each meal andtfou villi cbtain prompt relief .Bold oolybyua,25oj R. E. Mc Roberta ffwe. "rasa Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, i0oM:M0iTr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry 'pM iooJR.lt, U'lDCDUK,.,M, chick luusilr. lll.iUsul worm sail (ImiwUm cbkkca Uk oinnnl Utt nal sii. ky J, Robt, Cromt, Um m B, t. r Hit. nd Gairuttcd n..ii . Kaisers ruutiry -44 cures Budittwi. OLD BY Ky. JL Frkt iOc it ill firoftlMt. a R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 12, 1915 Page 5 STANFORD. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS UNLOADING A CAR J.F A ME FM CAN FENCE Come in and get yours before it goes up. We give you Automobile Tick ets with each Cash Purchase. Today. J. R. Mount, ifFIE DC Son & Co, The Square Deal House. 1E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks DE E DE 3 Diaw A Check for tde minify younvc nnil note liow much more res- pectfully your creditors They like to do you busimiss with n man who hns an nccouut at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. Tliry know he la doing bualneea in a busiress like way. Belter open audi iwi account j?vcn if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, Biggest Saddle Horse Show Kino Exhibit of Grain, Hurtii-uHim- -, 1915 In the World Cattle, Swine, Sheep. Poultry, Field Seed and Handiwork, Student's Judging Content, Women' Farmer Boys' Encampment ami Ilaliy Health Contest. Hoix. doing the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Sleep Hanking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. Reduced Railroad Kate For Cataloguo Address J. L. DENT, Secretary, "05 Taul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. ....Trotting and Puciug Riicch lincli Day.... Glenn Midway ami Grand Fireworks DiHplny. RFITII LAMT, SeiiHaiional Lady Aviator WANTED Army Horses and Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. W. B. Burton, Kentucky. Lancaster, - - - Died, at her home In Indianapolis, Arthur Joseph la at home after a Zada Zanone Stanford, aged twenty-liv- e ed afteradelightful stayln the country, vlalt with his wife In Aahville, N. C. years, wife of C, E. Stanford .and Mra. Jennie Sanders and Mrs. Thos. For Sale my house and lot on Mr. It. P. Drowning, of Columbia, la daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley In the city the guest of Mr. T. It. Hill were visitors in Danville this week. ford St. I. P. Thompson. Zanone of this city. A tlrltf Mention of th Comlnd ir.J Stultz. Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Mr. Allen John- Her death cost a shidow over our lnttrtiteil In. Oolngi byThoit Wi Art If you want n house, let ua build ami Miaa Nettie la viiltinff whole community, for most ranu ind relatives FarmerIlarbourvillefrienda ' aon and Miaa Florence Johnson enjoyed snort nut nappy lire waa apent of her turn the key over to vou. In and the I.xlngton fair. among tf. A. H. Bastin & Sen. Twin boys of Mr. John Kldd of this ua, nnJ every heart was touched with Mis' Lula Crutchfield of Nicholnsvilte """ For Rent. Mr John Howard, a prominent at- - county were taken to the Orphans Home sympathy for her loved onea. when ia here for n visit to frienda. they learned of her jleath. She had torney, of Middleaboro, waa In the city In Louisville Wednesday. House I am living In. Possession The Mlaaca Duncan of Lawrenccburg been ill aeveral months and all the rare last Friday. about September 1 to 1G. Mr, atllI Mr,, M y E)k,n of u.x,n(?, of skilled are guests of Mlaa Elizabeth Gibbs. physicians and a loving husHenry Moere tf Mlaa Kathleen McCnrtv. of Birming- - ton are the gueats of their aunt Mrs. band could devise and apply for her Miss Iona Dunn la In Iterea, the. ham, Ala., is the guest of Mis Anno 'Susan Salter in Hill Court comfort were brought Into play but Nolice. charming gueat of Misa Kathleen Ogg. llelle llurnside. Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little Rock, ahe died at one oclock Saturday mornI will sell or rent my house Miaa Tommle Francis la in Richmond and lot Miaa Mitlie Coldiron of Richmond Ark., has been the guest this week of ing; just with the awakening life of a visiting her lister Mra. George Ilallew. waa the a new day she went to sleep like a on Crab Orchard street cheap. recent attractive gueat of her aunt, Mra. Jennie Duncan. J. Itonth Sutton. tired child. Mr. and Mra (Jray of Lebanon are Mias Eliza Todd. Mrs. J. A. McDowell and baby and Five voara ago ahe married Mr. C. visiting Mr. and Mra. S. Kigahy nsar Lost about May 1st a Garrard Hank Mr. Richard Strong, of Cincinnati Misa Leona Gott of Richmond have E. Stanford to whom she was adevottd & Trust Co.. bank book with checks. town. waa In our city last Sunday the guest been visiting Mrs. L. M. Miller. wife, but our little city and its people Return to this otfiee and receive f l.fM Little Mlaa Alllu V. Marsee la apend-In- g of Miia Helen Gill. Mr. and Mrs. II, T. Logan who have ever held a place in her heart. It was reward. the week with her runt Mrs. John Mrs. J. L. Todd and children have been in Louisville several weeks visit- hero she was born and reared and when S. L. Rich. Collier. ing relativea have returned home. her last hours came add the God at been visiting friends in Danville, Mr. and Mra, John Collier apent For Sale. eternity called her to her everlasting and Duncan. Mrs. Addie Sehastin, who is with Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Clayton rest, it was her desire that beneath I wish to sell my home and 4 acre Miss Pearle Dickeraon hrs been the Mra. Will Romans, apent last week Marsee. the shady trees of our Silent City, lot at Hackley, Ky. The house concharming young guest of her aunt Mrs, with Mrs. Thos. Hill at Hyattaville. should be the abiding place of all that tains eight rooms. Miaa Julin Held hat been in Stanford John Drown in Iluckeye. There are good out Miaa Amanda Anderaon returned was mortal of her. buildings, and cistern. Possession cart for a viiit to Meadamea Dillon and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Muncey have re- Tueadsy night from a pleasant visit to She wus h member of the Christian be given first of Wearen. the year. turned to their home in Covington of ter her sister Mrs. B. Miller of Lexington, church and the funeral services were Mrs Jennie Comely, Miaa llillie Harney of Eminence, Ky., a visit to Miss Flostie Tribble. conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder last Lancaster, Ky. Mr. T. G, Wilds and aon Willie Ia the guest of her sister, Mra. E. W, Mr. nnd Mra. Allen Henry, of Mitchell Wilds of Nicholasvllle were Monday afternoon. The floral offerWalker. ings were beautiful and attested the1 For Sale. Birmingham are visiting Mr. Henry's recent guests of Mr. und Mrs. W. A. love and esteem of her friends. Mra. W. K. Cook waa the guest for parenta, Mr. and Mrs. Solon Henry. . I olfer for sale my father's place at Dickerson. several da ya of Mra. Wooda Walker at Lowell, Ky. consisting of two houses Mr. Richard Kennedy who is travels Misa Ruth Waller haa returned to her PADn AD Til A MI0 Taint Lick. ,nJ two acre3 of lam. a" necessary LAKU UI 1 IlAlltlJ. home in Louisville after a delightful for a Southern business firm, has been Miaa lleaaie I'rather left Monday for good orchard and im- W.wl.h 1,. av.... visit to Mr. and Mra. J. E. Dickerson. the guest of his sister. Mrs. Win. n visit to relatives in Winchester and bargain if thanks to the many frienda and relatives provements. Will sell at Kavanaugh. Miss Mary Noel returned to Danville Lexington. for kindness and sympathy acorded us taken at once. T. E. Arnold of Deland Fla, who Is last Friday after a month stay with her Ida Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. Adolph Joseph ia enjoying a vacation at the death our wife and daughter. sister, Mra. Jamea Woods, near Paint at Crah Orchard Springs, will come to Zada Zanone of in Eaton, Dayton and Zcnia Ohio and Stanford and especially Lancaster to visit his sister Mrs. J. S. Dick. Rev. Tinder und Pollitt, choir, and for I'eru Ind. FARM FOR SALE. Johnson Sr. Mrs. J. A. Conn Jr., accompanied by the beautiful floral designs. Mra. it. J. Sellinar of Nicholaaville Miss Elizabeth Gibbs entertained as her son J. Jefferson and beautiful little Family and C. E. Stanford Farm containing 00 acres, three miles haa been the recent guest of Miss Min ' daughter, Mary Blanche left Sunday house guests the Misses Duncan and north of Lancaster on the Lexington nie Drown. for a visit to Miss Virginia Conn near Messrs Cox and Collins of Lawrence' pike, well improved with good stock burg last week. Miaa Ethel Walters ia at home after Wilmore. barn and all necessary out buildings, a viiit to her friend Mra. W. 0. Martin Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn and I I VfUlildllS OIUIJ i with never failing springs and splendid Misses Susie, Virginia and Gertrude of Stanfonl. i young orchard in full bearing. The Conn hac returned to their home near Florence Johnson will join a pleasant LlK'llteil lljrThi? tt'oiiiHiiM'lulj, Mrs. J. D. Gulley ia at home from u Lancaster, t. ,oooooqo i a residence contains ten rooms, with bath after u.visit to friends and house party at the home of Miss Viola and other modern conveniences. This visit to her daughter Mrs. I. S. Dunn relativea In and near Ilarbourville and Beagle at Hustonville. Federation Press Committee. has been mostly in grass for the past of Lexington. Emanuel. Miss Katherine Harris has returned ' years and Is now ready to grow Mrs. J. G. Crabbe, chairman of the of Mr. and Mra. Ercd Howard, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickeraon, Mas- to Stanford after a stay of several Sixty-fivacres in press department of the Kentucky Fed- - hemp or tobacco. Virginia are here for a visit to Mr. and ter Rudolph Dickeraon, Miss Pearl Dick weeks with her grand parents Judge bluegrass, the balance in clover and , eration of Women s Clubs, before leavand Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mra. Milton Ward. eraon and Miaa Ruth Waller of Louising for a month s trip to California, has 'meadow. thd art,..desirable location, fe ... The makes this a most tllttir rf Mra. Kozeila Dunn and little daugh ville, motored to Lexington Thursday -" Little Miss Margaret Rail, the bright unnnnn.1 P .VV. ll... ters are in Lexington visiting hersister for the fair. little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B of her committee and the district press desirable home. For further particu- lars, apply to Mra. I. S. Dunn. Floyd Swope, u former Lancaster Ball, was so unfortunate as to fall and chairmen. Alex West, Lancaster Ky. Mra. J. A. Anion, and son Will Itice, boy, was with the list of guests invited a badly sprained arm resulted. The members of the press Committee 3 will have charge of the newspapers they and Val Cook, were in Lexington for to a handsome social affair given by Mrs. II. C Kose will serve a course Miss Elizabeth Walker at her lovely 12 o'clock dinner tomorrow Friday at renresent or choose to retireaent for the the lilue Grass fair. ' M 00000 O.M.JOOO.MM090000S home in Lexington. her home in Brvantsville. The invita enminir venr nnd will knen thf nou.'a nf v 1 i Norman Soper haa returned to his the federated club before the imblic. I Mrs. Herbert Price and daughters tion list includes only relatives. Mr. home in Richmond after u visit to Mrs. Crabbe has not quite completed I A IV III UK UJLUlllfl Vesta and Jane Evans, of Danville, and Mrs. J. U. Soper. Mrs. Ralph Tuggle and pretty litttle the press organization and after her reand Miss Mary Goodloe Lackey of Kan Squire Jamea Ilourne and Misa Mar sas City, OOCOUOOO.M WOO OCIOtfflolJOOOOHOP spent Saturday with Mra. D, daughters, Margaret and Susie Mae, of turn will be able to announce the plan Emanuel have returned home after a of work and additional members. The guerite Hurt motored to Lexington on M. Lackey and daughter. space below tbl headiuir H for the exclu-IT- e visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Conn Jr. Thursday for the fair. uie of our Urmer snb.crlbera, aDd Is for district press chairmen are Mrs. Don A storm party was given by tht Fulton; Mrs. Given Ruby, Hen- ibe title of stock, Kiam atiil mcb tbiugs on. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frank- young Mesdames J. II. Sprophire, and W, Taylor, farm a Ibe farmer Caunot afTonl to society set on .Monday fort are here for a visit to Mrs. Ella at the home of Mr. and Mrs evening T. Callins have returned to their home derson; Mrs. Arch Pool, Frankfort, Mis No notlee will oe MCCvple.1 over lour Henry Shelton Sautley, Stanfonl; Miss I.ila lines, and will beuulrin wo t, ,1111 of tb- Uettia and other relatives. Moore on Haselden Heights in honorof at Cynthiana after a visit to their sis Hall Smith, Mayaville; Mrs. Fred A. bcord. free of charge ter, .Mrs. F. M. Tinder and Mrs. Tinder Dr. anil .Mrs. YV. r . lllckle of Ken Mis' Alice Dyche of London. Vaughan. Paintsville; Mrs Robt Elwood, Potatoe onions for sale, Both size.". nedy. Texas have been visiting, Mr, Mrs R. E Henry presided at a C Pineville. The eleven members of the Mrs. Robert T. Embry will be hostess C. R Henry, Kirksville. Ky. and Mrs. Geo. Spoonamore. today, Thursday, at a 12 o'clock dinner o'clock dinner on Monday evening in committee already named are Mrs J II Master Guyle Doty visited his uncle to honor Mrs. Elizabeth Frank and complement to Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Dickey. Louisville; Mrs Graham Vree-lanMr. Sweeney Morgan has 15 gootl Frankfort; Mrs. May II. Dean, mules to loan to responsible parties. Mr. Jack Dotv in Lexington and took daughter Misa Jo liord of New York, Christopher and Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Oivensboro; .Misa Marv Bryant, Lexing Henry. Illue Grnsa Fair. in the famous and .Mrs. J. Wesley West of Tulsa Okla. mule with Lost: ton; Miss M. Annie Poage, Ashland; Mrs. Pool Perkins, Misses Christine Mr. W. A. Parson, of Cominsky, Ind., It will interest readers of the Record Mrs. Hortensu Flexner. Louif ville; Mrs grapevine around neck. J. I. Hamilton in to hear a former Lancastrian, Miss is visiting relatives in the county. Mr. and Wille Christine Sanders were Robert Elkin, Lancaster; Mrs. W. L. Mr. W. II. Urown has a good SouthLexington Thursday for the fair. Lilly Ncel of Danville won three prem Parson reports bumper cropa in his Hrinard, Paducah; Miss Marguerite iums on her fancy ivork and sewing nt adopted state, the corn crop being ex- McLaughlin, Lexington: Miss Marion down buck he will sell worth the money. Mrs, Percy Noland of LauisUllu is good. Gair.es, Louisville. here visiting her father Judge M. D. the Blue Grass fair in Lexington the- ceptional Foil Rn.vr:-F- or year l'JIG. about Hughes and other Lancaster relatives. past week. 85 ncres timothy, 15 acres bluegrass. Eider F. M. Tinder haa just closed an i room house, good garden, all under Mrs. J. C. Robinson enterta-nea intereating revival at Hubble. Elder Miss Ellen Walker, who has been Prevention of Poultry Diseaies. good fence. Fr?d J. Conn, Route No. 1 visiting her aunt. Mrs. B. F. Hudson, few frienda in an informal manner on E. C. Lacey began the meeting but That "prevention Is better than n Some of the waa called to his home in Tennessee by hits returned to her home in Richmond. Friday evening. 125 buslu-l- s FOR SALE:-Aboeuro" Is realized noiv moro than ever In of n were Mrs. Elizabeth Frank the serious illness of his mother. the poultry business, says the Kansas No. 1, Seed Wheat of the Red FultE Mir Allhaire Matttngly of Lebanon. New York, Mrs. J. Wesley West, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garrique of New- Farmer. Years iilto cholera and other Variety. Stone Bros, Bourne, Ky. who haa been visitiig Miss Annie Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mrs. Samuel M. Mil Orleans were recent guests of Mrs. diseases among chickens caused hunMurgaret Elkln returned home Monday ler, Knoxville. Strayed from my place about a week chicken raisers to quit fho Garrique's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. dreds of Miss Ktttbsrine Mitchell haa returned The following ones were here for the Conn. Mr. Garrique left for New York, business. The loss to a flock wns out ago, a black muley bull, weight about to her homi in Howling Green alter a burial of the late Mrs. Zada Zanone his wife accompany him ns for as Cin- of all proiKirtlou to the protlL Medi- 100 lbs. W. J. Holtzclaw, cines aud remedies were used, but pleasant visit to Mrs. It. E. Mcltoberts. Stanford, Mr. Fred Stone. Mr. and cinnati. Gilberts Creek, Ky. without much succe. and it Editor and Mra. Louis l.andram of Mrs. John Mierer, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Jennie Embry received u mes almost n universal thing to use an at For Sale. Danville were with Mr. and Mra. II. Mrs. Una Traylor, Mr. and Mrs. Dan sage Tuesday announcing the death of on n sick chicken Lately, however, Truvlor, Mr. and Mrs. Stone of Stan Misa Harry Embrv, Bull calf and yearling Jersey Bull, Clny Sutton fur it visit of several days. at her home in there hat been quiteI n change In the ford and Dr. Hickle of Texas. J. II. Otter, Miss management of fun raising, and tlx best Breeding. Shelbyville, III., on that day. Mr. W. C. Price of Danville is up for Lancaster, Ky., R. R. No. 2 breeder, in place of wnltlug till 'disu stay with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prico at Some of the many Lancastrians in Embry had frequently visited here and ease comes before doing tiny thiug. now the old Price home "Pleasant Valley, attendance at the Lexington Fulr were was a niece of Mrs. Embry. FOR SALE uses preventives to keep disease away, Fleece Robinson; W. R. Cook, J. M. Mrs. W. Ross Ilastis entertained at a and this Is no more nor loss than keepMiss I.oell llelley of North Middle- 210 bales of Alfalfa and 2U0 bales of town Ohio, ia the attractive guest of Mount, E. B. Ray, Robinson Conk, G o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in ing the chlckeiis und the premises Clover Hay. A No. 1. No rain touched Miss Mattie Estes and Mijs Lillian W. D. Marsee, Mack Turner, I.ucian compliment to some former Lancas- where they live perfectly clean ami this hay it being cured under caps and Grunt, Julian Anderson, T. J. Price Jr. trians, Mrs. J. Wesley West, of Tulsa military Cleanliness Is certainly tho Estes. aid to success In the iMJiiltrj" immediately stored in barn. It is en. V. Douglas and Glass Carrier. Okla.. and Mrs. Elizabeth Frank and rreatost tirely free of weeds, briurs and mould. buslmui). Mrs. J. L. Francis left Sunday fur u Miss Joe Kurds Frank of New York. Mrs. W. A. Dickerson entertained at II. J. Tinsley. short stay in Cincinnati where she will purchase a handsome line of millinery a recent (! o'clock course dinner at her The Lancaster youths divided into 2 People Ask Us y goods. home on Richmond street. The decora- sections the North and South and play Years of ia the best laxative? profusely used were yellow and ed a most interesting base ball game .What experience in celling all lauds leads us Miss Edna Kavanaugh gave a horse- tions guests assembled were Monday afternoon on the athletic tield, to always recommend back ride anJ picnic Friday evening in white. The Miss Ruth Waller, Louisville, Miss the South section winning by a score honor of Misa Ellen Walker of RichElizabeth Bryant, Ilryantsville, Mr. of 12 to 2. The batteries for the North mond. and Mrs. Letcher Christopher and Mias learn were Kinnaird and Embry, for the ta the safest, surest and moat satisfacand Mrs. Caneer Elizabeth Ford of Lancaster. tory. Sold only by ua, 10 ceata. Professor Caneer South, Grant and Boyle. The game and children are at home after a visit R. E. McRobtrtt was spirited throughout. AT OUR The Misses Grant have received the to relatives in Prospect and Nashville information of the death of their cousin Tenn. Mrs. Elmer Wilbur of Jacksonville, Misses May and Annie Powell and Florida. The deceased was the pretty Miss Mary Davla were guest for several Miss Alien Malonuy of Craig City, Va, days of Misses Ella and Nellie Itigsby For months she has been lit of tuber near Lancaster, in culoais. Besides her young husband Little Miss Josephine Itainey, of and little son she is survived by her Stanford waa the beautiful and Good Work and parents, a sister, and brother. guest of her aunt Mrs. Ilattlu On last Wednesday evening from 8 Prompt Service by Ward last week. until 12 o'clock, Miss Elizabeth Gibbs Miss Maud Reynolds has returned to was charming hostess at a lawn fete to Expert Mechanics. her home In Wildeo after a pleasant quite a large number of the social set Complete line of Tires. visit with her cousins Misses Bettie of Lancaster, honoring her house guests, and Polly Reynolds. Everything In Automobile Misses Florence and Elizabeth Duncan, Mr. Letcher Christopher an i beauti- and Messrs Collins and Cox, of Accessories. The guests were received ful bride have returned from a short visit to Somerset and aro pleasantly by Misses Elizebeth Gibbs, Elizabeth Prestolite Service. and Florence Duncan, Annie Belle located at The Simpson House. She knows what's going on in town. Burnslde, Frank, of New Misses Allie and Mary Arnold visited She knows what's going on in woman's wear. York, and Mrs, S. Branham Deazley, MITCHELL & their aunts. Mesdames Folger and of San Angelo, Texas. Later in the Hemphill In Nicholasvllle and attended evening, delightful refreshments were the lilue Grass Fair in Lexington. SHACKELFORD. served. Misses Mary May Walker, THE HONE PAPER She Reads the Newt In Mrs. II. E. McKoberts presided at a Minnie May Robinson, and Annie THE HOME PAPER Second Street. Phone 121. She Sees the Bargains In well arranged dinner party at her Catherine Arnojd presided over the home on Danville street in honor of her punch bowl, Mrs" J. V. Arnold, of THE HONE PAPER She Patronizes Advertisers In Danville, Ky. recent guest Miss Mitchell of Bowline Birmingham, and Miss Joan Mount asGreen. sisted in entertaining. Miss La Verne Dickeraon has return' -1 ,i. 22-2- Gossip About People V Mr. Alvin Prewltt, of Louisville has Mr. Ashhy Warren, of Stanford was been the guest of Miss Joan Mount. with relativea here last Monday. J Stan-7-fi-- 3t lie e ! r- I r irmrmn rni hum i r L. A alTer-tlfe- Three-year-ol- d out-of- town-guest- s ' STOP GARAGE Danville When SHE KNOWS WHAT'S GOING ON Page 6 The Centra! Record, Thursday Aug 2 1 I 19 1 5. proixisal to modify1 wltu a tbe war sono Irtockadcs. To thu the United States made protest March SO. The Lusitanla Case. On April (1 the United States formal ly challenged Great llrltalu's right to, bnr nnncontraliaiid trade from ucriiinn On May 1 the l.usltanla lift IKirts. New York for I.lverl, having on board large iiuantllles of war nuinl Hons and over 100 American subjects among tho passengers. On the eve of sailing the Germnn embassy at Wash' Ingtou published n warning to intend Inir vorncers to Fumi to avoid Brit tbe Fnlted Ish liners. Also on May States stcamerGultllght was lorcdicd by a German submarine In the war zone. On tho "th tho I.usltnnln was torpedoed nnd sunk off the Irish const. Jinny Americans were drowned. May 13 tho United States ngnln protested against submarine warfare, citing tbe May 2u tho United I.usltanht case. States steamer Nebrasknn was sunk 1 At tbo beginning of 1013 the situation on tbo several Initio fronts wns . as follows: The Germans occupied all of Belgium exrept n district In tbo southwest corner Their right flank rested on the Hrltlsh channel iiearNleu port. I'rom this point the opposing German nnd iilllod lli.oa rnn In n geti-rrn- l ill nit Ion- - south, passing thmtigli or nenr Vprcs, llelglum, nnd I.llle, Arms, IVroutie to Noyon, nil In France, At Noyon the lined bent eastwnnl, past Solssons to lllielius, Verdun, thenco southeastward vnst Nnncy (French) to the Vosges mountains, from where, a t M , direct southward stretch of 100 miles s . carrlel It to tbe Ixirdcr of Switzerland, partly on French nnd partly on German soil (Alsace). On this line of approximately 400 miles ns the trenches LATE U.S. VOLS. I lay there were about 1.500.000 French, tCorr)(ht, HIS. br American rrm Asso- f of Vou Hmmlch's troops, nnd on Aug. .Vi0,000 Ilrltlsh and 60,000 Belgian. ciation.) 11 the Germans gave tip the attempt The Ilrltlsh and Itelglans wero on tho tbo cloe of July, 101ft. to carry the Urge forts by storm ncd allied left flank In ltelglum and near - tho border. months Imvc claped proceeded to pn Into Itelglnn terThe French held tho line the Herman cmK:ror rltory out of rnnse of the guns of from near I.llle to the Swiss border. announced (lint n stnto of I.Iege. I.lege Itself bad been occupied I Both sides were Intrenched- - Tho war exists throughout tlie German em- by German forces who bad managed new year opened with fighting around pire. Nine days nftcrthc Archduke Fran-el- s to dash Into th place between the f NIeuport, tbo Germans being tho ag Ferdinand of Anttrln nnd Ills wife forts on the nth. gressors. On the nllled light, particuwere assassinated In the cnpltnl of the The Itclglans had succeeded In hold' larly In Alsace, along tho Vosges and dispatches Ing back the (lot onrush of the Ger around Kolmar, the French took tho Austrian province of Itosnln called nttcntlou to mnrked mllltnry ac- mans suinclently long to enable the Initiative. On the eastern front the On July 1 French to come up. mid on Aug. 0 tho , Gcrmnns tivity In AiHtrl.i-IliniK.irwere within twenty-fiv- e Austria banded nn ultimatum to Servla mobile nrmy of the Ilelglatis, which miles of Wnrsnw, Poland, ond were demanding Hint Pcrvla disavow all had fallen back from IJege. was en- - making desperate efforts to control the nnd that nbled to form n propaganda Juncture with the passes on tho Ilsurn and Uawa rivers. Austrian oMlclals be recognized to con- French forces. It was on Aug. S that I In Gnllcla tho Itusslans abandoned pnrtlcl-patlon duct tbe Inquiry us to Scrvla's Cracow and liegan the flrst of the Ilrltlsh fvrces were turir lonB "W In the assassination of the archlanded on French soli, and these Ilrlt- a second attempt to Invade Hungary duke. lsh troops were hurried toward the through the passes of the Carpathians. ( On July St lttisstn threatened exIlelgtan frontier. The German plan The strength of the armies on tho treme measures unices Austria nban-done- d called for n quick drive at the heart wholi eastern front was prolmbly 1,000,-00- 0 the time limit In the Servian of Franco on each side. In front of Warsaw ultimatum. Servla on July "3 ncccpted could be effected Itii'slin mobilization lioth armies were strongly Intrenched.-Iand then n turn Austria's term, nil except the provision the Caucasus the Itusslans claimed as to Austrian otllclnls assuming tbe about nnd n cru-l- il nc blow on the east- to be overcoming the Turks. Germany conduct of the inquiry, nnd Itussla an- ern frontier lfnre the Hnlar.s could claimed that she held over 1,200,000 nounced that she would not permit be ready. prisoners. Lord Kitchener asked for On to Paris! Austria to wage unjustifiable war on 2,000.000 more men. Von Kmmlcli made n rapid march Servla. Tho Trench won n smnll success On July 2(3 warning wns Issued from through central Belgium, being sun-port- around Stclnbach. In Alsace, on Jan. by the nrmles of Von Uuelow 4, Dcrlln to other powers not to Interfere but this was offset on the 13th by a with Austria's disciplinary measures and Von Kluck, nnd by tbe enjl of brilliant stroke of tbo Germans nt Sols- against Servla. On July 27 Austrian August the Germans occupied the Del sons, their nearest reach to Paris. Tho troops Invaded Servla nnd Itussla com- - glan capital, Urtissels, were before , French were forced back south of tho I Atsne river from positions held since i September. The end of January found . tbe French nt n standstill. ONE YEAR OF UfiOPES s 0 rxr iciM5w2CAPTAIN W GEORGE L.KILMER lenced, tbi Ccct was well Inside of the strait, nnd tho prospect was so favorable by the middle of March that the Ilrltlsh nilmtrnl promised to be In the Turkish capttnl on llnslcr dny, April 4. Hut the ships of the nllles were roughly handled when they faced tho forts at the Narrows. Here on the 1Mb of March the Ilrltlsh battleships trrcslstltle mil Oco.tii and the French battleship llom t were sunk by Turkish mines or shells from tbe forts. Two Ilrltlsh lmttleblps were put out of action. This disaster acted ns n stop to naval oivrnilons ut tbe Dardanelles. When the leister month passed the allies bad merely secured landing of troops on the (lalllpoll Among the striking navnl events of the year, aside from the submarine war- - j fare and attack on the Dardanelles ( three are especially worth re-lecounting. In November, UM4, n Ilrltlsh was defeated off Chile by Von Spec's German cruUcrs nnd Vice' Crudock with 1,700 men lost, A week later the raider German cruts- cr Emden was sunk In tho Indian ocean by the Australian cruiser Sydney, In December Sturdiv's Ilrltlsh squadron destroyed Von Silo's tlect off tbe Falkland Islands, sinking four out of live WITH French border; found tho (Jcrmans everywhere on tho aggressive. May 2 a combined German and Aus'Mnn force drovo tho Itusslans from the liunajec line caatvrnrd, making henry raptures. Fighting continued up to tho lftth, tho Teutons reaching tho gates of and recapturing .tamslaw, n center In the central Gallctau will one. These strokes compelled tbe to fall back from the Carpathian passes. Falling to stay the enemy's pursuit, tho llusslnns moved east and northeast, nUmdonlng Frzemysl on tho 3d of June. From Frzemysl the pursuit led toward the capi tal of Gallcla, held by Itussla since Sept. 4. South of Lomhorg tho Aus trlnns captureil Stanlslnil and drovo the Itusslans cast across the Dniester. On Juno IT the Austrlans captureil sixteen miles from Lcmlierg, nnd on the 21st the Germans captured vg Ituska, n railroad center northwest of tho coveted fortress, which tho I'rze-tny- sl Itm-slan- s Austro-GermaGro-fort- 1? KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. 3- rstli-wa- y Taylorsvllle August -4 days. Hurkesvllle, August 1- 1- 4 days. Vsnceburg, August II -- 3 days Hroatlhend, August It .llnys. I'errwllle, Aogust 11 -- 3 days. Kern Creek, Augast days. Sanders, Fair, Augll-4dStanford. K. of I'. August 18- -3 da. Shepherdsville, August 17- -4 days. I.awrcncrburr, August 17- -4 days. Columbia, August l'J- - 4 days. Eminence, August -4 days. Kwlng. August -3 days. lAindon, August 21- -4 days. F.tizabclhtnwn, August 21 3 days. Shelbyville. August (lermnntown, August 231 days. Mt. Vernon, August 4 -- 3 days, -a 1U1U- cruisers. While the blow at Constantinople held the attention of the world by reason of Its boldness the allies in northern Franco resumed tho attacks which had been suspended nil winter. Mnrch 10 "" " l"c Neuvo ChopeJIe, capturing the village. and-fo- r three days the buttle raged back and forth, the Germans. Eng llsh and French all losing heavily. Tbo allies were defeated lu their attempt to takc'I-- IS.hm-- and push east to Mile. Tbe capture of Hartuinuus-wctlerkopAlsace, mountain, by the French was the only other event of Importance on the whole western "'" - The undersigned hereby give warn persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful list extent of t- law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Kd & N II Price It. L. Elkln W. K. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn. ing; to all - POSTED C. Morgan. J. 1. Bland. 25 a c Weaver Wc will add other names for cash. W. S. II. and cents front Russians Strike at Hungary. Czar's Armies Active. Late in January the Itusslans Invaded East Prussia, aiming to strike a strong German post on tbo Early lu February tho GerBaltic. mans forced tho fighting In front of Warsaw nnd at the sanio time drovo the invading Itusslans from East Prussia, making heavy captures. Meanwhile the Germans recaptured Ptock, on the Vistula. In northern Poland, and pushed northeast toward tho NIcmcn river, across the Itusslan border. German soli was now free of foes, for the Austrlans defeated tbe Itusslans at Dukla pass, In tbo Carpathians, and were gradually forcing them out of Bukovlna, an Austrian crown province east of Gallcla, which the czar's forces bad occupied since September. Tbe Itusslan. advance toward Hungary was met by Austrlans marching north, and by tbe middle of February the Russians bad been driven from the GERMAN CRUISER EMDEN AND CAPTAIN VON MUELLER. four great passes of the Carpathians and were held as In a vlso in southern Antwerp, bad captured Namur and .Gallcla, between the mountains on tbe tnenced mobilization. Sir Edward Grey burned part of Louraln and, with the south and tbe Austrian front In Buko- proposed an International conference, front and this proposal was rejected on July Belgian, I rench .and British forces wlna and tho 28 by both Germany and Austria. On across the border In France, began based on Cracow. July 31 Gcrmaiy announced a state of their marvelous drive toward Paris. A Blow at Constantinople. Sept 2 Von Kluck was south of tbe war. The same day France and On the 10th of February tbe large Abne river, pursuing tbe allies on took steps to mobilize. tjelr retreat toward Paris. Von Bue- - fleet of allied ships made a desperate Kaiser Unsheaths the Sword. low's army was on the left of Von attempt to force entrance through Dar- On Aug. 1 Germany declared war on Kluck, and the other German armies danelles strait toward Constantinople, Itussla, and shuts were exchanged be- carried the line south, Inside the Bombardment was kept Up two days tween patrols. On Aug. 2 England ask- French border near Verdun. An lnra- - j and resumed on tbe 25tb without lm- ed Germany to resjivct Belgian neu- slon of Alsace by tbe French under portant results. This was intended for trality. German columns attacked General Pau early in August had col Longwy, France, and crossed Into lapsed entirely, nud tbe French strength French territory near Nancy. On Aug. was concentrated before Paris. ' fJ 3 Germany announced a state of war On Sept. 0 Vou Kluck's advance was with Itussla, and German troops Invad- south of Marno river, Ave miles from I ed Poland. The German ambassador the Seine, southeast of Paris. In the at Paris received bis iiassports, and night the British and French, who bad j lighting occurred at beretreated hastily from tbe Belgian bor-- 1 tween French nud German forces. der, turned uion tho pursuer, and In refused to grant passage to a running light of twelve days tbe In-troops. vaders were forced back north of tbe On Aug. 4 Germany declared war on Alsne nnd east of the Meuse, where thu ' JL. . l!c!g!uiu. England this line rests up to this date. France and day, In consequence of the .failure to obtain a pledge from Germany ns to Russia's Westward Sweep. the observance of Belgian neutrality, Meanwhile movements on tho Itus declared war on Germany and Ger many In turn declared war on England. slan frontier destined to have farItaly refused to Join Germany. Ger- reaching results were In progress., German forces attempted to surprise the mans from East Prussia seized Kalicz, forts at Liege, which barred tbe way in Itusslan Poland, Aug. 3, and on tho llth Austrian Invaders from Gallcla from Germany Into Belgium. On Aug. 4, therefore, war existed as drove the Itusslans beyond Lublin, north. On tho 20th the Itusslan army between Servla and Austria, Germany ' and Itussla, Germany und France, Ger- was marchlug buuth against Lcuiberg, many and Belgium and Germany and capital of the Austrian province of Ga- - i England. On Aug. D it Mute of war ex- Ilcla. By tho end of August u Itusslan isted between Austria and Itussla. On column which entered East Prussia Aug. 12 war existed between Austria from Wllua nnd Warsaw had been do-and England nud Austria and France. stroyt-- In a live days' battle around On Aug. 23 war existed between Jnpan Allenstcln nnd Taunenberg. This In the north was counterbaland Germany nnd on Aug. 23 war was declared by Austria on Japan. On anced by sweeping ltushiu successes "5i, t ;- Aug. 30 Austria declared war on lu Gullcla, where Lembcrg was taken On Nor. 1 the ambassadors of Sept. 3 and thu Austrlans driven back Itussla, Great Britain and Franco left on Cracow, lu tho north the Germans Constantinople. Servla declared war ventured Into Itussla, but were defeatPhoto by American Press Association. on Turkey on Nov. 4. nud on Nor. S ed nt Augustowo. lu October tbe GerGreat Britain and France declared war mans advanced on Wiirsuw tbrouub GERMAN UNDERSEA BOAT, VON on Turkey. Itussla Invaded Armenia Poland, but were driven back to Ger- on Nor. S. man sou. in .oveuiuer the Itusslans uttnl preliminary to advance over- Montenegro cast her lot In with the advauccd to German soil, but ut tbe )ami upon Constantinople. allies, and at the end of 1014 nine na- clobo of the year tho Germuus were , A ncw ttnd hKi,y dramatic aspett tions were lnrolrd Germany, Ausgiven to the war In March when tria and Turkey against England, saw, Cracow, however, wag under slcgii was allies assembled the powerful flevt France, Busala. Belgium, Servla and and Przemysl surrounded by Itusslans. tbe western entrance to the DardaMontenegro. In October tbe Germans who had re- at the prepared to force a passage mained In Belgium captured Antwerp nelles and through tbo Turkish forts along shore. Belgians Stop the Invaders. and marcbod to tbo channel coast at German mobilization waa ordered Ostend. During the month the French Tbo ships were expected to silence the with land main forts and n Aug. 1, and three days later Gen- swung their left flank northwurd, and eral Ton Emnilcb was assaulting tho throughout November aud December troops which would march on Con I enterprise for defenses of Liege. Like a bolt out there was continuous flirhlln .11 -- lm,. stantinople. The of tho clear sky tbe German attack the line from Verdun. In northeastern '" " 5p,",,eI,f'ro,rt fell on Belgium, and to tbe astonish- - France, to tbe Ypre caual. a 'or Pfn ment of the world tho Belgian forces western Belgium, Zeppelins and British the Un,n n,r "up"le9. defended their ground. For three days and French places and other aircraft purr? Ke,,tln.1 "n2 munttons. Belgians withstood the onslaught taking part the I the forts at tbe entrance bad been ! Austro-German Bel-glu- On the east front tbe winter weather Interfered with iiuivemeiits on n grand w Itli the Itusslans scale. March oin-iioeverywhere on the defensive. The German column lu Dist Prussia nud northern Poland forced the enemy back behind the Nletueu, Itobr and .N'a In Gallcla tbe Itusslans were Just able to check the Austrian attempt to recapture I.emterg by the Bukovlna route and to hold their own against the Austrian ndvnncc northward down the slopes of the Carpathians. But on the 22d of March the war In the east apparently took on n new phase with the udvautage wholly on the side of tbe allies. The fortress of Frzemysl. central Ga llcla, which had resisted the Itusslans for seven months, capitulated. Over 100,000 Austrian prisoners were claimed by the captors, who quickly announced n new drive over the Carpathians to Hungary with the force set free around Przemysl. But the move broke down almost lu Its Inception because the Austrlans kept a tlrra front all along the east and west line In the Carpathians and at tbe same time scored decisively In a lunge eastward from the Cracow base. The Itusslans were driven acrons Dunajec river, where their. line protected tbe west flank of the column on the Carpathian slopes. By the end of April the military men realized that only a calamity to tbe Austrian-Ger-- 1 man forces could obviate tbe cpliapse of the badly placed Itusslan column In Gallcla, foes In front and on twlh tbe right and left flanks. j " Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Photo by American Pitas Association. VON ZEPPELIN, A ZEPPELIN AIRSHIP AND BATTLE SCARS SCARBOROUGH, EN0LAND. TMI AT Central Record. The Spring Campaigns. On tbe French nnd Belgian fronts In April there was n lull until the fourth - : . i I l'etlt-Croi- Bel-glu- Ger-Jna- n 1 - - ?Jr2imS&& . ' i -.- t Sr. ' .. T'.r- -i ir I TIRPITZ AND THE LUSITANIA. week, when the (.'erinans cupturtslLc Epurges, on the Meuse. and recaptured from the French llartiiiauusweller-kopf- , in tbe VosgeH mountains. Furthermore, the Germain repulsed a desperate uttuck by tho nllles on the Ypres canal and crossed that barrier to tbe west side. In this engagement the allies were overcomo by asphyxiating gas let loose tiion them by their foci. For two days tbe battle rage. I at Ypres, everywhere to the advantage of tbe Germans, who broke up tbe allies' salient, seizing and holding three miles depth on a ave mile front. The month of May, which bad been Sxed upon by tbe western allien as tbe "real beginning of the war" on tbe I - '". CTm LmnP, "," as vlciors Juno 23. off the coast of Ireland, and subsetrians Juno 2S the Germans captured Ilallcx, quently Germany acknowledged that It on tbe Dniester river, key to eastern was tbe work of a submarine. Gallcla. Juno 10 tbe United States sent the second note to Germany on the l.uslItaly Attacks Austria. tanla sinking nnd reiterated the note June 1 tbe British army casualties of May 13. Great Britain resionded had reached 2.V.0U0, over &0.000 to tbe United Stales protest of April killed. Neither the French nor British 0 on Juno 21, stating that the blockade took advantage of tbe Germnn absorp- - against neutral trade with German ttnn In CluWMn in nriw. ItM lln.i In ports would continue. To this the Krance. rri.ncll aniUvtj bombarded United States replied on July U that ,no GermaI a, Am and ,outhern British orders In council would not I Auacei but ,uer infantry scored no considered valid. On July 8 Germany replied to the substantial advance until tbe 23d, when they occupied tho osltlou near Arras American second note nnd proposed to known as tbe labyrinth. with the United States In Italy's long cxectcd entrance Into safeguarding American lives on In the naral war zone. Germany tbe confllctas an enemy to Germany took place May 23 by a declaration of would respect American ships and ofThe fered to supply TcMsels to l used In war against fighting strength of this new belliger- American tiervlce flying tbe United ent was .1s),() men. Hostilities be- States flag. An answer to this note gan on tho 2." tu. Austrian naval and was dispatched July 21 In language air ships attacking tbe Italian coast which was firm and conclusive throughand Italian troops seizing Austrian ter- out and especially so In the last pararitory across tho northern bonier. Ita- graph, which stated that further atly's primary object, ns dlsclowd by ber tacks on American ships must bo as "deliberately unfriendly." avowals nnd methods, was to extend her borders east nnd north. Early in Drive at Warsaw. passage Juno Italian troops forced a Since tbo beginning of July Interest In nn advance toover tho river Isouzo camhas ward Trieste, capturing Monfalcone, paigncentered uion the German tho for Warsaw. As soon as nn Important stinteglc town northwest s bad driven tbo Itusof Trieste. slans from Gallcla three movements wero started to cnvclopo tho great War Zones and Neutral Rights. Early In tbo year tbe attention of tho capital of Poland. The nrmles from whole world was focused upon tbo Gallcla, under General von Mackcnsen, possibility of new complications lu- struck out for Ivungorod, which Is volvlng neutral countries, but more south of Warsaw. On tho west, where tbo Germans bad Isi'ii Intrenched nil particularly the United States. Grand Admiral von Tlrpltz. tbo winter and spring within twenty-fiv- e Feb. uiIIcm of the citadel, thu Germans chief of the German admiralty, bad do advancunder General dared n naval war zouo lu the English ed eastward tovou Hlndenburg miles of within fifteen channel on mid after Feb. 18. This was an act of reprisal for tho British Warsaw. Conforming to tbe movements of policy of Mopping food shipments to Germany. As German submarines Von Hlndenburg nud Von Miickenseu, wero attacking Ilrltlsh ships on the tbo strong German column north of Irish coast, hundreds of miles from Wnrsaw marched southward, aiming their base lu tbo North sen, tho Cuiuir-de- r at the Itusslan defenses known ns u Lusltnnla, voyaging from Ncw Narew river Hue, tho center of which York to I.lrvrKjyl. hoisted tbo United Is Pultusk. It wns taken by thu GerStates flag ns n measure, of protection mans July 23. When tho German allies nrrlvcd In Irom attack. These two Incidents drew from tho United States on Fell. front of Ivangorod on the south and and British pressed forward toward tho Vistula 11 notes to the Germnn governments, protesting against the west of Warsaw and also In thu drive German war ziuio and tbo uso of tbo from tho north to the Narew river United States flag by tbo merchant lino tbey encountered thu Itusslan forces In their stroug defenses, but tho ships of tho belligerents. On the 1Mb Germany Informed tho fall of Warsaw- i,eeuied Imminent. Tho Italian InvaJlon of Austrian terUnited States that the war zono In the English channel would be maintained. ritory was made dlfUcult by tho mounOn tho 18th the German decree took tains which abound nud have but few effect, nnd u Norwegian steamer was losses. These nro well fortified. on tho Isonzo, fell on Juno 11, and torpedoed In the English channel. On tbe 20th the American steamer Evelyn tho Italian columns began to push formysteriously sunk In tho war zono ward across tho Carso plateau. was prerlously declared by Great Britain In France and Belgium nothing of In tbe Irish ben. vital bearing took place In July, The On March 1 Great Britain announced Germans captureil Kouchez cemetery ber Intention to stop nil ships to and and n line of trenches nea.- - Arras. On from the ports of Germany. On the the allied right tbe French reported 15th Great Britain issued orders In success In the Argonne forest and In council cutting off all outside trade tbo Vosges mountains, where German with 'Germany and refused to agree attacks were repulsed. Tea-set- s Austria-HungarAustro-Gcrmnu-' Gra-dlsc- L. & N. Train Schedule At Lnciit.tr, Ky. ARRIVE. No 10; 60 a. m. To Mayavllle, connecting at ItlchmonJ with LANto KraroVfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C 4 O to Lexing. ton & . Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. 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Barring the unforeseen, each buyer of a new Kuril car at retail between August l'.'ll iiml AuKuat l'JIS will receive frum $40. to fW. as n share of the Ford .Motor Company's profits. Runabout $111). Touring Car i It); Town Car iCy); Coupelei J7S); Sedan I97S. t. o. u. Detroit with nil equipment. On display ami ale at THE MADISON INrIIUJKTKl GARAGE, .Miss Grace Isun of Wilmore is visit inn her cousin .Miss Nettie II. Ison. i r. ami .lira. vt. n. r.vans ol near Danville vlnte.1 relatives here last week. Mrs. Murfran and children of Leuis. ville are guest of Mrs. V. G Christopher. Miss Sisian Jennings has be on visit- ingher brothe- - Mr. Will Jennings in Luncasti r. Mr. ar J .Mrs. Herman Green of Ludlow sport last week with Mr. and .Mrs. D. S. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Proctor and Mr. Wm I'ncior of Mercer spent Sunday with Mr. Will Scott and family. Did jou know that Hudson, Hughes and Kan.au sell the highest grade seed Don't forget vou save money on coal, and barley. Seo them, 3t wheat. sand, cement, screening etc, when Miss Aljce Mabel Scott is attending buying from Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mercer County Institute in Harrods-bnr- g and Is the guest of her brother We have a store house to rent, at Mr. T ( Scott. reasonable terms, n good stand for a country stoie. Any one wishing to rent come around to Hammaek Kv. MAKES DANDRUFF Mr. Silas IJaird will begin his school QUICKLY VANISH. this Monday morning at Union. We are very glsd he got the school for he No one likes dandruff, but to get rid s a good teacher and takes a great in of it you must do more than wash your terest in teaching the children. Good Imir. The cause of dandruir lies not in luck to him. the lair, but on the scalp and in the hair Miss Nellie Beazley is talking of ' rooti, and just as twice daily you use a returning to Illinois with her uncle Mr. germcidal tooth powder or cream to Nick Ileazley. It will be a nice trip for cleaue your teeth of germs, so you shuld her. as she will go through in an autouse Parisian Sage twice daily to drive mobile. We regret having ( to give her dandruff from your scalp, prevent its up but wish j her good luck for she is a return, protect your hair from falling worthy good girl. ,out nd nourish its groper growth. Dandruff makes your hair fallout. Parisian The Case Of L. L. Canlelou. Sage makes Dandruir fall out and your Dr L. M. Treadway expects to leave this week to locate In Hond. Kentucky, The Misses Duncan, of Lawrenceburg are guests of Miss Elizebeth Eldndge. The Misses Isar are enlertairing ' a son was aft ay from home. party of friend from Louisville this week. Not So Strange Alter All. Mrs. W. It. Cook, of Lancaster, was iou may minx it strange that su the guest of Mrs. Woods Walker the many people are cured of stomach trou past week. ble by Chamberlain's Tablets. Mrs. Lewis Guynn entertained a few You would not, however, if you should give friend? delightfully at Rook on Mor.dsy them a trial. They strengthen and in afternoon. vigorate the stomach end enable it to Mr. Charlie Gillum and Miss Mary perform its functions naturally. .Mrs. Rhodus drove to Richmond lasC WedRosie Itish. Wabash " Ind.. writes. nesday and were married. "Nothing did me the least good until Paint Lick a tillered defeat at the I began using Chamberlains Tablets, hands of Whites Station Saturday It is decidedly the best medicine for by a score of stOTiach trouble I have ever used." Kor Marnett Kemper, of Lexington and sale by all dealers. Mr. Hen llallard of Cincinnati came home Saturday to cast their votes. HA3LUACK Iluilding material and Bale Ties at It is getting awful dry in thisvlcinity lowest prices. Hudson. Hughes it Farnau at present. Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Frisbie and Miss Mr. E. D. Cook was elected for Pearl Baker, of Gallipolis, Ohio are trusteo in Union precinct. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cook visited .Mr. guests of Mr. E. L. Woods and family. Messrs Frank. Edward. William and and Mrs. It. M. McQuerry Sunday., Mesdames Msrv and Lythallammack Jim Harve Ralston, Zack Hester and C. Rucker attended the Lexington and children are visiting Mr. ami Mrs. O. fair last week. Sam Fields at Keene. Messrs R. W. Estndge. Carlos Hed- The meeting has closed at Good Hop rick, .Mrs. A. B. Estridge and .Misses with six additions, baptised Sunday at Emma and Lena Estridge motored to Mrs. E. II. Walkers pond. and Florence Johnson and .MY. Allen Johnson of Lancaster, The ladies were very much pleased with the receipts of the Ice cream sup per which occured at the home of I) S. Swopj on last Wednesday evening, The night wasldeal and every body seemed to Inve a good time. The protracted meeting which la in progress at this place is well attended especially the night service. Rev. Ileagle, of Ilustonville who is dtingthe preaching delight his hearers with the Gospel message he brings to them in simplicity which goes right to the heart. Rev. Claunth an able singer of liar rodsburg conducts the music. One ad dition to date. Mr. W. C. Greening's barn whs struck by lightning a few days ago and burned to the ground not with standing th downiour Of rain it burned steadily and was soon consumed by the llames. The barn contained u lot of hay and new farming implements. The .loss was complete as there was no Insurance. Unfortunately the tenant. .Mr. Tomp- That a lot of pcopto tell uJ Usually their bowels only need cleansing. Is vrliat "I Don'i Feel Good" VS. NOTICE. Alice Temple, et al, Defendar.ts.-Notl- ce will do the trick and make you feel Gne. Is hereby given in the abeve Wo know this positively. Tako odo styied case that the undesigned Master tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents, Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit R. E. MeRobsrts W iourt win sit In his ollice in Lanester, Garrard County, Ky. , on PAINT LICK PERSONALS SATURDAY, AUGUST. U. 1915 OFFICE beginning at the hour of U o'clock, lor i Events Of Interest In Upper Garrard." the purpose of ascertaining by pioufl CENTRAL RECORD HUILDING. whether the land desenned In the' Mr Steve Halcomb. of Ilryantsvflle. jileading in the above stiiil case can Oftke Phone Si) Residence Phone 41 be divided without materially Impairing was a visitor here Monday. ' LANCASTER. KY. Its value and the value of said land. Mrs. John Galloway, of Madison, was 2nd: Whether a homestead can be the guest of friends here Monday. set apart to the widow and Infant Rev. W- - M. Eldrldge left Monday for children without materially Impairing the value of taid land, or whether it a two weeks vacation at Montreal. will be nectssary to sell the whole) thereof awl provide for the homestead j .Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guynn were In rights out of the proceeds' of the sale, Lexington the past week J Dr. J. S. GILBERT. ( for the fair. homestead right. K. W. Marrow, Grailnute Optician And to ascertain the said facts nnH O tnt. F licit iisfai liuu (ent.litff.1 report the same to the Judco of the Garrard Circuit Court in this case. W. H. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. 3rd: What is the age and health ot the widow and her life right in lluno.UO thereof. i NOTICE. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Albert Hulfman's Admr. etal, Pllfs, VS. -- NOTICE. Albert Hulfman s Heirs, et al. Defts. Notice is hereby given that the Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will sit at hit ottice in Lancaster. Garrard Counti Ky., on SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. 1915. beginning at !) o'clock fir the of settling the accounts of Lem Broad-du- s, as the admtmstrtoar of the estate of Albert Huffman. 2nd. To ascertain by nroof and re- part whether or not said land can be divided so as to sell a sullicient nuan- tity of the same to nay the indebted. ness due by the estate and divide the residue among the parties entitled to same, or whether the land can be divided Bt all without materially impairing IU value. 3rd. Whether or not the homestead can be set apart to the infant children of Albert Huffman in said land without materially impairing the value of said land. Ith. To ascertain 1J tirouf and report the value of the interest uf each infartt child and the value of their homestead rights, if any. in said land, or the proceeds thereof. otn. to ascertain by proof and report whether or not any of the heirs of Albert Huffman have received any advancements from the said Albert Huffman during his life lime. litu. What portion of the S7.H). as exempted personal property each infant child of Albert Huffman is entitled to. And to make renort to the Garrard Circuit Court of the findings of the Commissioner upon the various subjectr. W. II BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuckv 1). .11. Paint Lick, John Casey, V. .11. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. Office at W. B. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. re Lexington Friday. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence J'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Mr. Nick Iteazley and wife who have driven through from Illinois in their ford touring car ore guests at the home of .Mr. Sam Bolton. Mrs. Burdette Ramsey and Misses Arnsla, Minnie Nelson and Burdetta Ramsey left Thursday for Anderson Indiana for a visit to .Mrs. Mittie Arnold. The Twenty Year Test. .For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX, Phone 229. LUMBER. see Richmond. Kentucky. hair stay in. A delightfully perfumed hair and scalp easily applied at home, very mejj.efsive and obtainable from It. E. McKoberts and or at any drug or toilet inatedRoofing mik in 1887 Tho jbacA The case of L. L. Cantalou, Claren don, Texas, is similar to that of many t others who have used Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and. Diarrhoea Remedy. He says, "after trying a doctor for counter. several months, and using ditterent kinds of medicine for my wife who had been troubled with severe bowel com3IAIIKS1JUUY plaint for several months,! bought a 2oc bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi, wm Wanks sold a weaning calf for era and Diarrhoea Remedy. After us$30. ing the second bottle she was entirely .Miss Lula Simpson ii recuperating at cured." For sale by all dealers. oycarsoT&crvica Lookfo thcTrac CORTRIGHT RECUSPAT.t otic This record for durability, without leaks, repairs, or other common roof troubles, has attracted many Imitators. If the shingle offered you looks like CORTKIC.HT". don't let It go at that, but look for the stamp on the rorrugatlon at the top of the shingle "CORTKIGHT REG. U. S. PAT. Use it I Is put there for your protection. OFFICE. "It for Sale by Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. WANTED To buy every mule that will do for army use, 15-- 1 to 16 hands high, five to 10 years old, weigh 1000 to 1200 pounds., want good, s6und rugged mules. 'GENTRY-THOMAS & FLETCHER LEXINGTON, KY. MANN.S hlixer springs. Miss lllakeman of Kirksville is visit BKYANTSVILLE ing Minvel llogie. Miss Mary Ellen Farlee is the guest Mr. A. r. Sanders was the guest of of relatives in Jessamine. his brother last Sunday. Mr. Welsh Farlee has been spending Rev. Mahan preached at Itev: Heave's a few days here this week. churih last Sunday morning. Dr. Joseph Simon, of Louisville, was Mi's Christine Moss spent the week here several days tins week. end vith Miss lucy Jennings. Mr. W. M. Hendren has purchased i Mus rSizalieth Simpson who has been ill fur several days Is able to be out new "Overland" touring car. again, Miss Maud Crandall, of Madison ha; See Hudson, Hughes and Karnau for been visiting .Mrs. R. I. Burton. Timuthv ami Alfalfa and clover need. Messrs. Richard Ilurton and Ilryan llallard were in Stanford Monday. Miw Susan K. Sutton attended the Mr. Otto Montgomery sold a horse to political speaking at llerei) last Saturday Mr. A. Edelin, of Mercer, for $223. afternoon. .Mr. iNoali JIarsee, Jr. expects to Mrs. Jno. Woods and ton, Chester, leave soon for a visit to llarbourville, of Luxington have been visiting her .nr. ami airs, waiter Arnold were fathtr Mr. T. D. Chesnut. week-enguests of relatives at Dan Muses I.ucile and Nancy Woods have ville. rotu.ned to Lexington after a visit to Mr. Jacob Uurnside ha returned Mr r D. Chesnut mid family. home from a stay with relatives in up M Newton iiosuey sold to sumo per Garrard. parlies u bunvb of eiittl.' at 7 cents, alMr, and Mrs. Mershun, of Corbin, so a lot of fat hogs at 71 cents. came Saturday for a visit to Mr. and Miss Minnie Johnson of Lancaster Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. ' win has been the guest of Mrs. J. II. Mr. and Mrs. Mershon, Mrs. M. (). Keeper the past week has returned Kennedy and Miss Flossie Mae Sutton hor ,c. motored to Lexington Tuesday. Miss Katy Miller Yeager of Tulsa, Mr, II. L. Elder, of Lexington spent Oklahoma who has been visiting relative with Mr, and Mrs. J. the Week-enin Danville is now the guit of Miss Hogan llallard at "Pine Crest". Mary Chesnut. The school here opened Monday. Messrs Tom Chesnut, Robert Kox, Misses Iloltzclaw, of this county, and Mlises Katy Miller Yeager, Minvel Caldwell, of London, being the teachers lliijie and Miss lllackman forming a Mr. and Mr. Ken Uallard and child psrty went to llnokllng llridgo Sun-dtren, of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Tom afternoon. llallard, of Lancaster, were guests of Mrs. Eugenia Kemper entertained at Mrs. Sam Ilaselden Thursday. a 7 o'clock dinner last Kridav in honor Mr. J. E, Uryant has sold the mail of Mrs. Lula Johnson, Misses Minnie route from this place to Iiurgin to Mr, Harold Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Uryant Jefferson 'School Law. going to Lancaster to make their home Miss llernice Montgomery it back to the Telephone Exchange. During her lib nr onto lkt.Ii Itec absence Miss Lavlnia Montgomery was I. IVouarM ust hsiri la at the board. Uoth are most accomadat-in- g hilu llnrtn. TuilUm and efficient and we certainly should lislbllsHlil lUtl llUOtOK UtbiAf ltttwM Jtaroa tAt Iq trttH writ be delighted to get such splendid , ELLIOTT rLWBAKEI, Lukrillt, Kf. d . I d y Stc-y- twenty years ago I used 3IT. HEBRON Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W. Mrs. R T. Scott is on the sick list. Brock, publisher of the Enterprise, Mr. Edd Grow bought some corn Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it was a quick and safe cure fordiarrhoea. from Mr. Sherrow at $3.75. Since then no one can sell me anything Mr. Ephriam Anderson sold to E. C. aid to be 'just as good . During all Montgomery a calf price $10. these years I have used it and recomand family Mr. II. R. Montgomery mended it many times, and it has never attended at Scotts fork Sunday. disappointed anyone." For sale by all Mr. H. R. Montgomery the present dealers. trustee was reelected at Sunny side. Mrs. Julius Spivey has returned from How To Cure a Sprain. a visit to her mother in lackson Co. A sprain may be cured in about Mr. Bail Richardson is the guest of the time required by the usual his cousin Mrs. Lourany Montgomery. treatment by applying Chamberlain's Quite a number of the folks from Liniment and observing the directions with each bottle. For sale by all here have been attending the meeting t the Forks church. dealets. In absence of our pastor there was LoganB Chaptal no preaching services at tills place Sunday and Sunday night. Flour and Salt. Highest grade only. We handle only the highest grade See Hudson, Hughes & Farnau coal. Our prices are low. Mr. and Mrs. Will Browning spent Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Locust Grove and The Sunny-side- , Bourne schools began Monday with Mr. Theodore Wilson, of Waco spent Miss Mary Beazley, Mrs. Benjamin several days with his brother, Mr. G. Lipple and Miss Bettie Scott, teachers. Some . one-thir- d Led-for- Manse.Ky pm'm Office Hours M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Oaice: Stormes Bnlldluggrei Hurt A Auder sou's ugmuredlore. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey 8 -- Lancaster. Livery Stable. Kentucky HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Clas- Mrs. Walter Kelley. of Hackley spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Metcalfe. Miss Letti Peyton who underwent an operation at her heme some few weeks ago is improving nicely. School opened at this place Monday with good uttendance, with Miss Jesse Parks, of Paint Lick as teacher. Mrs. Nora Spurlock returned Sunday to her home in Cincinnati after an extended visit to relatives at this place Messrs. Hume and Grover Wilson, of Lexington are at home for a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. (i. B. Wil son. Mrs. Elbrly Bryan has returned tc her home in Cincinnati alter a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd. Mrs. Ira Richards and children of Kokomo, Indiana, are expected soon for 4 visit to her brother, Mr. C. J. Warmoth and family. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ledford, Mr and Mrs. Leander Ledford, of White Lick and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford of Manse visited Mr. Wm, Ledford and family last week. M. Wilson. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Lane and children j of Orchard Grove and Miss Kulala Montgomery of Lancaster were with Original Deijjns and Prompt Ser ii. uomgomerv at vire Guaranteed Quality. ai r. and .Mrs. vt Con. s' Monuments. Lock No. 8 Sunday. - nections nt all Granite and Marble OHico and Works on 'Cemetery Mill Closed on Saturdays Quarries. j Telephone lu'4. Worn Oni? Stanford, Kentucky. h No doubt you are, II you suffer from sny ol the numerous ailments to which an women are subHeadache, back-ach- e, ject. sldeachc, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ol the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to ,'money i to lom at I I Five Per Cent on Farm Lands. I For particulars see W. F. CHAMP. C tizens National Bank. Lancaster, Ky ; TAKE Gat dui The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "liefore taking Car Uu I, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head neatly killed mo. Alter taking three bottles ol Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I lee! as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should STRAWBERRY PLANTS ONE R0P water cores ana prevents cholera, ilUrrboca One toe bottle makes u railons o( medicine M all druggists, ' Dishample and booklet on eases of t'uwis" teat tlltt-Beurb- on Remtij C, I; Fruitand Shade Trees Our tlrst utTeriuti of the remarkable Siw, 0l B01RB0N rOLlTRY CISC down a chick's throat cures A lew drops la Iba Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything forOrchurd. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts auJoUerchlck uueae. tiisi, try Cardui." Gelabottle today. 3 Sold by McRoberls Drug Store and H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, 1S41. it J. Kentucky. 1915 R. Mount, Son & Co, Page 8 i "7 , The Central Record, Thursday Aug 12, 1915. STANFORD, WEDNESDAY, KENTUCKY AND THURSDAY FRIDAY, August 18th, 19th, 20th, 15 $500. Saddle Stake. $250. Harness Stake. $100. COLT STAKE. Liberal Premiums in All Rings. Floral Hall for the Ladies. Beautiful, Shady Grounds. Large Amphitheatre. Write for Catalogue or Particulars. E. C. WALTON, Secretary. S. T. HARRIS, President. . Can Be Overdone. Dally Optimistic Thought. "Practice doesn't alius make perTwo cannot fall out It one doesn't fect," said Uncle Eben. "A man dat's choose. continually klckln' gits so he can't make It nowise lnterestln'." Almost the "Same. "Did you ever hear of a real goose Dally Thought. laying a golden egg?" asked the young seeker after knowledge. "No." said It Is best to lore, no doubt; but to - papa, his experienced"but a young love foolishly la better than not to duck I forget his name once laid be able to love at all. W. M. a bet with me and the money wag counterfeit." Usefulness In Growth. Michel Angelo said: "The more the Not a Credit to the Community. We wouldn't like to be classed as a marble wastes, the more the statue knocker, and yet we feel It our duty to grows." It Is painful to see the chisel call attention to the faft that our town cut away the precious stone, but if calaboose U getting to be a mighty grace and beauty follow, the process shoddy looking affair. There Is hard- Is worth while. Many of our losses ly a man In town that are only the chips of stone that must would be willing to spend a night In It tan away Deiore me image or tne iora appears In human life. The as It Is now. Atkins (Okla.) Company's Position. As the head of an Insurance company, he decided to visit one of the districts which showed a falling off In Black Foxes Hard to Raise. Cannibalistic tendencies developed In captivity by that valuable the black fox, have proved a seriIndusous drawback to the try of Prince Edwards Island, where 300 farmers are engaged In the business. Pups are frequently eaten by their parents, and there aro also instances of females being killed and partlallv eaten by their mates. business, and quietly Investigate. While thus engaged, ho was asked how his company found business, speaking for Itself. "Oh, wo will be a million ahead the first about half half of this year," he replied. "Ahead of what?" "Why, ahead of the Might Be Either. Wronjj Place. Miss Climber "That man If always While little Dorothy was visiting, her hostess' dog came running up and running down other people!" Miss stopped before her panting. Seeing Ascum "Scandal or auto?" New his tongue out, Dorothy said: Tee York Sun. not a doctor, doggie." Boston Sensible. "The greeting 'How are youf leetle bit laxative," answered the doesn't seem to me to represent any Kepi Htm Busy. sincere and sensible Inquiry," re".My wife made me a success." rehard marked the man. ' "I am glad to hear marked the man who thinksnpllcd you say that." declared his pastor. about trifles. "That Is true." Still Available. Miss Cayenne. "When I meet sev"Ah, Miss Jolse," said the caller, "I "Yes, she has always wanted so many eral people I know I am always temptremember meeting you when you were things that I've Just had to hustle." say 'why' Instead of 'bow.'" ed to six years old. That was 12 years ago, Topeka Journal. and I was a young man of twenty-one- , Something of a "Snap." and a candidate for office. Yes. I reSame Old Sandwiches. Joseph had Just started to lender member the incident well, for I kissed "Nothing but caviar sandwiches," garten and therefore was required to you, and your papa voted for me." "Aro you a candidate for office this complained the man In the depot res- go only half a day. The llttli boy year?" she coyly inquired. "Because taurant. tWb do you have nothing next door saw him horoje one afteron sale In 'the way of sandwiches but noon and said: "Don't you'go to school papa Is still voting." caviar?" "They don't show coal dust," any more, Joe?" "Oh, yes," JJpsph reresponded the waitress, briefly. Puck. plied, "but I only have to go In the Easy. Maes morning. Ain't I got It simple?" A clever little thing In the way of a collar button is the Invention of His Discovery. entoCharles Formago of New Itochelle. On the 8afe Side. After a visit to a N. Y. The button Is an ordinary stud mologist, whose "Why are you so anxious to be wonderful microa tiny screw scopes have proved that there Is al- friendly with, old Smutbe?" we ask of solid metal, but has hole In Its center. Into this a taper- ways some living thing to be found our acquaintance. "Even If bo were ing peg Is screwed. This goes through preying on the last of the minutest your friend he wouldn't do anything the bottonholo of n collar without any creatures last rccn, n Now York writer for you." "I know that," replied our difficulty or breaking of nails or turned to him end said: "I came here acquaintance, who occasionally ties up swearing on the part of the owner. believing mysolf to be an Individual. his money In stocks. "Wtiat I want to When the collar Is on the peg Is un- I leave knowing myself to bo a do Is to have him so friendly with ma " screwed and the button remains. that ho won't do anything to mo." One Explanation. A reporter on a country paper had visited the court for a number of days In succession without raising a story and he complained: "What's the reason there Is no crime stuff around here any more. Judge?" "Kalnt tell, bub, less'n th' constable la glttln' a Collar-Buttoni- Peculiarity of Lettuce Although many plants leaves and flowers at the rain, lettuce flowers open at such times. Flowtre. close their approach of their widest Dally Optimistic Thought When ono door shuts a huairea open. Dally Thought. Mind Is a kingdom to the man who gatherctb his pleasure from Ideas. All the Dlfftrence. Whether a man has excusabto or Tupper. Inexcusable faults depends almost entirely on whether you happen to like Engineering Ants. htm or not. The ants of South America have bean known to construct a tunnel three miles In length. How They Talk. A young man has fllod a divorce From Maxims of Marcus OTutt action because his wlfo cannot rook A habit of lolling In the Lap of Luxlike his mother urcd to. Most youns men who talk that way have been ury does not help a man much when he finds himself lying face downward raised In an orphan asylum on the Knees of Chance. Metal Pump for Atomisers. Hongkong. Frenchman has Invented a small Hongkong Oeograplilcally, Is a metal air pump that can be fitted to any atomiser when the rubber bulb part of China, but politically It bebaa become useless through cracking. longs to (treat llrltsln, and has since 1841-4when it was ceded to Oreat This restores tho atomizer's usefulBritain by the treaty of Nanking.. ness and will wear a long time. A Only Four Talloral I am aware that If )ou search the world over jou will only find four tailors cutters who can turn out a pair of trousers, and that theso four are resident In the Administrative city of Ixndon. Kord Madox Mueller In London Outlook. His Bent "What Is your son going to be whea be grows up, Mr. Jtgthorpe?" asked the visitor, patting llttla Willie on the head. "Well, really, I don't know yet." replied the proud parent, "but from (he slzo of his appettle I think be has a decided bent toward the Industry." Small Farms at THE SI R. H. "RUBE" PUBLIC AUCTION. BRONAUGH X FARM. From Kentucky. I Crab Orchard, One-Ha- lf Mile I I I X I M a Friday, Aug 27th, 1915 Beginning Prompt at 9:30, Rain or Shine 235 ACRES Cut into Small Farms. HANDSOMF ON THE FARM. description 150 acres pf One river bottom lands, balance upJaud, I rWIrl VJU1U ! I I ATrifr'rVVcULil - TiVa X7TCC. ' in high state of cultivation, producing large crops of corn; wheat, clover and tobacco. The improvements consist of good 7 room brick residence, 5 room tenant house, two good barns, all necessary out buildings. Well watered.' .1 You will at this sale, be able to buy this property at your own price. You can. at this sale, get Just the size farm you want. You will buy this property cheaper at this sale than you could ever before, for It goes under the Ham- mer for the High Dollar Did. facts. attend this sale. uasn. lerms. une-intr- a Balance one and t WO Years. Special Music by Brass Band. ' f You wIU l0?e raone? ,f yu don,t Remember this Property will Positively be Sold for the High Dollar Regardless of Price. Hill Realty Auction COi puth Boston, Va. Osborne Land Company, Bristol, Term. III!