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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 1, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916060101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 1, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWRMTT SCTINTII YBAIt. I PUKE RELiaiOh, UN1AHNIS1IED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVEIINUENI. 1 LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE Hand Us That $. AUTOMOBILE HOSPITAL. The woman who pint her faith to a General repair work of all kinds man should be cartful to uae a safety Storage batteries recharged. pin. 4t, J. W. Aker, Prop. Many a man la ao public spirited that he trlea to mind everybody's business INSTALLATION SERVICE. except hli own. The installation service of pastor-elec- t, Itev. II. S? Hudson, will be held It la highly Improbable that the Ford car will turn out to be me presi at the Presbyterian church here, next Sunday at 11 a. m. The service to be dentt band wagon. conducted by a committee of TransylIf you want Strawberrlea by the vania Presbytery consisting of Itev. crate, eallon, half gallon or quart, M. M. Allen, D. D., Danville, Itev. F. phone Walton K. Moss. J. Cheek, D. D Danville and Itev. There la quite a difference between Ilunyan McLeod, Ph. D.. Harrodsburg. Rev. McLeod will preside and preach throwing your whole aoul Into a thing the sermon, Rev, Cheek will deliver the and putting your foot Into It. charge to the congregation and Rev. The data on your label la either a Allen the charge to the Pastor. bill for your aubacrlption or a receipt for It. Look and aco which it is. i , 1916. kR 0. STRAWBERRIES. If you will come to my home Friday or Saturday I will sell you strawberrlea at 25 cents per gallon. Dnng your buckets. $2. per crate delivered In town. Walton E. Moss, Phone 38 F. Harvest Will Soon be Here and you will need i 1 1 oui etui t v ia uuur a m H MRS. MAY HUGHES Unanimonilr Chosen As NOLAND Musical and Windows REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. We have It and the price Is GUARANTEED. TWINE. POST and GUSTEN SLAGER BUGGIES. Everything In the Hardware Line. Instructor For Next Year. Thomas and McCormack MOWERS and RAKES. Joy Rider Cultivators. strickeFwith Conn Brothers. T.TVS AWn ITT MUE VCH.KK tWgMamilaiBiJaffafrtiJaiia: ;;.ornrrjpji!1 v s Jitnev Strawberries are Now In Seasonl trawberry hortcake uggestion. full-ripe, STOl lOcta. APPETIZINGDELICIOUS. Tnko one of Stone's Silver Slfce Cakes, split It lengthwise and All with luscioui berries the remit will be a M I !:. ( revelation to you. We hnve tried It and find that Silver Slice lends itself perfectly for use with any strawberry combination. The flavors blend nicely and the contrast of color Is most pleas- iniJ and tempting. I 1 !W I W Theo """"J Runs 3G Cur rev. Thiirsriau M and .. Friday.- ... j i i OFIE 3 E1G DC ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at "The Pu.viia.VL" for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks Last Wednesday, Mr W. C. Davis. our local tailor, was stricken with an at. Uoth general and local ancsthetlca tack of appendicitis and was removed Dr. M. S. Hatfiieid, Dentist to the home of his daughter, Mrs W.l). 5, Phone Office over Garrard Rani. Ball, on Richmond street. Whie his Lancaster, Ky condition is not considered dangerous, an operation may be necessary to re Dr. Arthur W. Waite, tried for the store him to permanent health. poisoning of his wife' parents, was found guilty and will be aetitenced to death in the electric chair June I GOOD ATTRACTION "This is a great relief" waa his only comment. COMING TO DANVILLE : Every time the second hand of your Dr. John II. Stout, of the Danville watch ticks, the war cost the warring Opera House, has just returned fiom, nations of Europe something over the east where he made a direct con 11,041. It is costing them $3,760,000 tract for the wonderful film, depicting an hour, $90,000,000 per day and $050, Madam Anna l'avlowa, the illustrious Kr 000,000 per week. Russian dancer,who charmed audiences The United States is ready to join in of kings, queens and crowned poten any feasible association of nations to tates throughout the entire civilized preserve the peace of tho world againaj world. This wonderful attraction will "political ambition and selfish hostility" appear at the Danville Opera Houte and In the service of "a common order. on June 14th. a common Justice and a common peace", according to the atatement of President JOE HOCKER Wilson last night before the annual GETS OFF LIGHT. convention of the League to Enforce Peace. In outlining the tinea along Joe Hocker who killed Ollie Gardner, which the United Statea would move in 'V' suggesting peace to the belligerenta also colored, in the Logantown section last December, was given two to five President Wilson stated that he would years in the penitentiary on Friday. Insist upon the absolute freedom of the Hocker claimed self defense and swore aeas to all nations, and a guarantee of that Gardner was advancing on him integral territorial rights, if necessary with a knife. It was claimed that by a universal association of nationa. Gard.ier had paid marked attention to Hocker'a wife. Attorneys G. D. Flor ence and Herbert Reynolds defended HAPPY DADDY. Hocker. Interior Journal. Mr Harry Andermn ia the nroud fath r of a nine pouA boy who arrived for a permanent stay at his home last Tues PAINT LICK PLAY- day morning. Harry save, the young ING GOOD BALL. ster ia ao big and fat, they may have 2 to call him "lloge" in honor of his clev The Paint Lick base ball team cleaned ll er grandfather, W. II. Ilrown. up the Crab Orchard nine on the for mers grounds last Saturday to the tune DROWNS IN RAIN BARREL. of 17 to 3. They will turn the same trick on the I5rea team on the latters .Mrs Mary A. Gunter, 45 years old. grounds next Saturday. Paint Lick drowned herself last week in a rain alwaya boasted of one ot the best barrel at her home, four miles north of has around these "diggins" and the Lawronceburg. She had heen in 111 teaina manager, lion Rice Woods, alhealth. Itising at 3 o'clock she called teams ways sees to it that they are right her husband, who an hour and a half there with the goods, A good crowd She had sat in later found her ahould sru the game next Saturday. the barrel which was half full and bent her head down under the water. Sever al weeks ago she attempted her life by FRIED FISH AND cutting herself on the head with a MORE FRIED FISH. hatchet. She leaves six children. lOe would be a grave mistake These hot days for you to bake; Try Instead a Stone'a Wrapped Cake. It appendicitis. at Currey'a grocery. , I 1 I I Lancaster citizens and patrons of the Graded and High School seem highly pleased with the fact that one of her own daughters, Mra May Hughes Noland, after years of experience will return to her old home to take charge of the musical department in our school next year. She was unanl mously chosen by the board last week to this important position. She is loved and well remembered here by every one, being a daughter of Judge M. D. Hughes, of this city. Mrs Noland Is In every way qualified for this position and the school Is to be congratulated In securing her efficient services. She began taking music lessons in Lan caster under Miss Juliet Gill, now Mrs Darnard. She went through a full mu sic course at Garrard College, studying under the noted pianist, Prof. Frank F. Marshall and Prof. Raphael Koester. She graduated under Prof. Koester and then took a year's course under him. She was at the head of the piano and harmony department of Cotner Univer sity at Lincoln. Nebraska, for three years and during this stay in the West, added to her fund of musical knowledge by taking a course tn the Conservatory of Music at Lincoln. 'Returning East she took a course In the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and while there was the accompaniest for the leading vocal teacher. She has taught private classes in Spokane and Seattle, Washington, and during the past yeir has had a studio in Louisville for instruction of piano and harmony and at the same time has been Director of Music for the Richmond School there, one of Louisville's best known private Institutions. Her two bright children, Robert and Nellie, will be welcomed by their former schoolmates, for they were very popular during the one session they were in school here, each of them having won many honors during the year just closed at the Louisville High School. I I is I i i m M Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers. t r We are making special prices on these goods for the next ten days. Haselden Lancaster, - Bros,, Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. I IfIE SEE DE E .EbfVlORE. Sc HOPPER For Insurance on all classes of property. Also growers of Hemp &. Tobacco Lancaster, Kentucky. DEEUE IE ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMS Mark The Closing And Of The Lancaster High Schools. Graded Professor Caneer To Retire. bo-i- , GET YOUR SEASON TICKET. Save Your Money and OnA nf the heflt nrnfrramn thn nw1. path Chautauqua has ever given in this city will heirln tomorrow and rantintia for five days, with two attractions for each day, closing next Wednesday evenlnir. The season ticxets are sell. ing rapidly and are $2.00 which means quite a saving, when you remember that a number of the attractions will cost 60 cents for n single admission. Hv all means rat a season ticket anil don't miss a single number of the pro gram, For weeks, those that were fortunate enough to have an Invitation to attend the annual "fish fry" given by Col. I. M. Dunn at his beautiful country home near Mnrcellus, have been counting the days, ao eager are they that tins event ful day should come. is the day and hundreds of friends of this genial host will partake of his generous hospitality. Many from a distance will attend, amung them Governor A. 0. Stanley, who waa there last year during his memorable campaign and proph esied .that ha would return this year at the Governor of Kentucky. To-da- y With the closing exercises the Public school of Lancaster ends one ot its best and most successful years. Among the many able principals of this school, nono have advanced it more rapidly, or are entitled to more credit for its present high standing than Professor Caneer. For the past three years he has been at the head of the school and these years have been the brightest and most successful in the history of Professor school life of Lancaster. Caneer is by nature and education an instructor. He put his whole heart and life into his school work. He has had years of experience and pilots a school in smooth waters without friction with either his teachers or pupils. A more practical, thorough school man would be hard to find and those who have had the honor of receiving diplomas from his hands can be assured they merited thm and have received an education that is solid and substantial. It is with regret we see Professor Caneer and his most estimable wife leave Lancaster, but we know our loss will be some other town's gain. The exercises of the different de partments of this school attested the high order of our teachers and their The students of methods of teaching. expression under Mrs. Todd showed splendid, careful end painstaking training. The "Evening of Plays" given on Saturday evening under her supervision, was most enjoyable, each one taking part reflecting credit not only upon themselves, but Mrs. Todd. Tho Baccalaureate address Sunday by Dr. Ganficld, of Centre College, was a rare treat and will be found printed in full elsewhere In this paper. . The piano recitals given by Miss Webb proved that the teaching of music had not been overlooked but was up to the high standard of the other departments. The parents of the music pupils say that Miss Webb la most thorough, conscientious and diligent in the discharge of her duties, requiring work and thoroughness from her pupils. After the recital Tuesday evening she presented number of prizes as re wards for practicing the required time. Wednesday afternoon the pupila or Misses Anderson and Drashear entertained and pleased a crowded audtor- ium. The address to the graduates and awarding of diplomas Wednesday evening by Dr. J. L. Hill ot George town, was another treat of oratory. It waa polished, Impressive and splen didly received by the large audience. These various exercises that marked the closing of this school year have claimed the whole attention and Interest Alto of the community this week. gether they show an excellent record ujider Professor Caneer and his able I BEAUTY AND ATTRACTIVENESS OF OUR Mid-Summ- er Hats ARNOLD FRANCIS. 8 5 Will Appeal to You. Come and Inspect Them MRS RELLA 1 SAVE YOUR TOBACCO BY USING THE DYNAMITERS TRIED. ORGANIZES A COMPANY Ever-rea- l; Flash to fit all sizes. Light. Bemis PLANTER. Tobacco will mature three weeks earlier and plants will grow off at once. SOLD BY Jesse Savage will be tried before Judge D, Lee Currey tomorrow on a charge of dynamiting in Dlx river. Game Warden Ilurdeite has been active in the last two weeks and has his eye on about a dozen more law vioutors in this and Garrard county and he will put tho hooks into them' the first thing This nefarious practice they know. will be broken up regardless of cost, if It takes all the troops in the Common wealth to do it. Harrodsburg Herald. We understand there has been some dynamiting in Garrard and we hope our game warden will look into it at once. OF STATE GUARDS HERE. Captain U. C. Ford has been at work for several months endeavoring tu organize a company of State Guards in Garrard county and has at last succeeded in perfecting the arrangement. .He tells us that he has subscribed more than enough names of young men to join the Company. The Company must have at least forty and not GLOBES & BATTERIES Use Mazda Lamps for Better Light members. more thm seventy-tw- o It is understood that Mr.. Ford will be the Captain of the Company, but the other officers have not vet been named. Under the recent bill passed by Congress the pay of the Captain is $600.00; TO VISIT KENTUCKY. 1st. Lieutenant $300.00 and 2nd Lieu- President Wilson has accepted an in enant $200.00 per year and the privates vitation to go to Hodgcnsville, Ky,, $S.O0ayar, and are required to drill at times during the year. September 4, to take part in exercises least forty-eigmarking the formal presentation to the Over seven thousand dollars worth of Federal government pf athe farm on equipment will soon be sent here to be which Abraham Lincoln was born. The used by the Company- - and an armory pripertv, which was bought with will be provided by the riscal Court. It is the purpose of Captain Ford to money raised by popular subscription has already been offered to the Gov- get hit Company fully organized and ernment and accepted by Congress. equipped before July 1st, in order to Secretary llaker and Senator Williams, attend the State encampment and his men to begin to draw the pay allowed of MUsissidpl, will also deliver MfiRoberts Dp ua Store ljama)i)Pr Capital $50.000. jr.TPVf!K Surplus $50,000. TWO IMPERATIVE DEMANDS .demands that the tree be pruned so as to bear more and better fruit. irtf- demands that you prune yourr extravagancies more 10 tlllt yur ban- - bccou"1 roaT yteW satisfactory crop. for military service. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Ill When Wilson visits the birthplace ot Abraham Lincoln, observes an exchange, he will make the third president who haa thus honored this sacred spot. Koosevelt waa present at the laying of the corner atone, Taf t dedicated the Memorial Hall, and now Wilsoruwill receive It for the Federal government' from the State of Ken tucky. Captain Ford's Company will be one of the first organ-iteunder the provisions of the new law and we are expecting to see Gar. rard County have one of the best military companies in the State. There Is great enthusiasm among the boys In the organizing of this Company and we aie sure that Captain Ford will make a tuccets of hlr undertaking, for what he lacks in words he makes up In action efficient corps of teacher. ii WISDOM e Citizens National Bank. OF LANCASTER. KY. B. P. HUDSON, President, W. 0, Kigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKER, Job J. Walxeb, Jr., Vic Prett. Hook-Keepe- r. W..F. CHAMP, Cashier. The Central Record, Thursday June 1 19 1 t. REX GARRARD Thii splendid walking stallion will make the season of 1910 FRANK KRYL AND HIS BAND COMfSTG HERE CHAUTAUQUA WEEK ' i!L9aafik'aiaialaaaa i S-j at my place at Nina, Kentucky, at S10.00 nbk. v TO INSURE. "'X '' ' Rex Garrard Is a rich red sorrel 8 years old, by Old Rex Peavine dam by Tom Covington. He Is 10 hands high, good conformation and his colts nrn all nntural walkers. always in demand good prices. Walking horses are, nnd are bringing bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb JOE WHEELER. NINA. KENTUCKY. it TiRANIC KRTL and his band will give two concerts on nand Day Chautanqna week, one In tho afternoon and one In the evening. Mr. Kryl, besides being director of this band. Is also soloist on the French horn. lie was educated In music In j the Musical Conservatory of rrague. lie has been In this country some twenty-fivyears, during which time he has played In all the leading clUcs of America. For some time Mr. Kryl was with Later tho well known Inces Band. e ROWLAND PEAVINE Mr. Krjl he played at the Chicago World's Fair and at every great exposition since. Including tbo recent ono In San Francisco, lie has played tho French born In tho Chicago Symphony Orchestra, of which Frederick Stock Is director, for years; also with Dr. Kunwald of the well known Cincinnati Orchestra. Frank Kryl is a "brother of llohumlr Kryl, the widely known band leader and cornctlst and, llko him, has made music his life work. When a mere boy he made his first violin from a dgar box. In the Chautauqua program of tliM season Mr. Kryl plans to haTO some of the hnest chimes ever carried by a band. There will also probably be a French horn quartet. Mr. Kryl was once himself a member of a French born quartet which played before President Talma of Cuba. will also play solos upon the French born, accompanied by the band. Among other soloists In this band will bo James Hurt, known this sca-Hias one of the boat ijlopliouo. players In this country. No. 0053. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, JUNE 2nd to JUNE 7th. taken to Danville Sunday and placed 1n I hidden the hospital, where It is hoped that she Nsfnr ftvac Wirmnii Thai Tin will soon recover. Incorporated. Miss Issabella Reynolds, who hta Lancaster Citizen Can Afford To been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reynolds, at McKinney, All Ignore. has returned to Vincenncs, Ind., where 43 or 83. AH Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Phones 339-DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes she has a position. from the kidney secretions. They will Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox Duddear are rewarn vou when the kidneys are weak. ceiving congratulations upon the ar-Well kidneys excrete a clear, amber rival of a little daughter at their home fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a The little miss has been named Mathin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red, rgaret Riveus Dudderar. urine, full of sediment and The ladies of the Woman's Club Irregular of passage. niWREI! STfiMAT. Wfl 9 mmr. have been notified that their Chautau- in Stanford the week he from the back. Back pains.- - dull and q" havv. or aharn and acute, supirest of June 21 to 27, One of the moat at weak kidnevs and in that case warn tractive programs given by any Chau- you of the dancer ot dropsy, gravel taugua in this section of the state will and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney i be rendered. The remains of Frank J. Taggart, of Pills are endorsed by thousands. Here's Kansas City Mo. were brought to this Lancaster proof; U. T. Brummett, grocer. Crab Or-- ) city Thursday morning and Interred h chard St., Lancaster, says; "Nearly the Buffalo Springs cemetery. He was WAY up in the mountains of Western North cry spring, I use Doan's Kidney rills . 55 years old and a hotel keeper at Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts to keep me in good health. During the Omaho Nb. Besides his wife who was felack Mountain, Hendersonville, Breof Asheville, winter, eclds settle on my back and; Mrs. John Murphy of this county, two vard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake cause pains through my kidneys. Doan's daughters survive. Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Kidney Pills stop the pains and my The first time in the history of Lin. kidneys become normal." Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion simply ask for a kidney remedy get tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Special dnomlnatlor1 Mlsitfonary and BIbTe Confrvnc at Black Mountain. Migt Crest ami WaroesTUa, N. C. (Lala Junaluaka.) Mr. Brummett had. Co., Props., Buftalo. N. Y. Jacob Schulz Company Fine Cut Flowers For F dangers Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. licensed ministers of churches ever served in the capacity of depUty sheriffs or other law officers occurred here last week in connection with tho cITotts which were beingmade bv a number of the good people of th t West End, to secure the conviction Charley Reed of Milledgeville, tor vioRev. Enos lation of the liquor laws. Waggoner, pastor of the Methodist church at Moreland and Rev. D. M. Walker, pastor of the Christian church cpln county that w"6 of this city were deputized by Sheriff G rt'eatherford to arrestJohn Reed, father of Charley Reed, who had taken Sunday. a witness away, who hail beeu brought to this city to testify against his son. Miss Cora Hurte who has just closed a successful term of school at this place returned to her home at Lowe I MARCEGLUS last Saturday. Miss Nazzie Bowling who has been Miss Janie Cowling was the guest of the attractive guest of her aunts, Minher cousin. Miss Nazzie Bowling last es Rebecca and Mattie Hampton reTuesday night. turned to her home at London last week. Mrs Georgia Gammons spent last Mrs. Belle McKechnie was hostess iri Wednesday at the homo of her son, Mr last Wednesday of a sumptuous dinner, Gammons. Fred the guests Loing Mrs. Frank FolgetJ Miss Anna Wilma Parks of BryanUj, Mr. S C Folger of Somerset and Miss ville was the guest of Miss Wadelee , Bernie Montgomery. J. Rowland Pcavlnechcstnut stallion; snip, foaled May 14th, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine 1791. by Rex McDonald KM. by Rex Denmark 810. 1st dam, Bourboidste 9297 (full sitter to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1C00, by Clark Chief N). 2nd dam. Judy Oliver WQ7. by Red Parks hut week. Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. Mrs. J C Rankin and visitor, Mr. Pat 3rd dam, by Wilton's King 2197. Jones of Somerset, visited herdaughtir 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark Mrs L C Spconamore last week. Chief 2578. Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chestMr and Mrs. Robert Rankin of Dan ville spent Saturday and Sunday wi.h nut with star and snip. Stands lfi.3, weighs 1,050; fcur year old. As you will Mrs Belle McKechnie and famjly. see from the breeJing, ha has the blood Miss Ilernie Montgomery spent the of the best show horses of Kentucky week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs and is one himself. You should sn F. W. Montgomery at Bryantsvlllc. this horse before booking your mare. Breeders of saddle horses rarely ever Mr and Mrs Sim Parks and daughter Miss Wadctee were the guests of Mr. have the opportunity to breed to a horse and Mrs Thos Parks 'of Rantille last as fashionably bred at the small fee of star and ' ..... $15.00 To Insure a liiing Coll. He will make the season of 1910 at the stable juit back of A. T. Nunnrl-ley'- s house on Lancaster street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare'la parted with or bred to other stock. Grass at 10 cents per day. J. C. Bailey, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Foster-Milbur- n ftwnierCarrisrcf the South Miss Doll Newell, of Somerset, the guest of Miss Mary Lynn Fox. I W. P. Kincsid spent several days at Clay City, where he sold five silos. I Mm. W. R. IJice, of Detroit, Mich, is the guest of Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. I Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Bailey at Lan caster. Mrs. A. T. Bromley, oOCincinnati, is the gurst of Mrs Mary Penny and other friends. Mrs. Gilbert Grinstead. of Richmond, TobaCCO (iihs ueen me guest 01 .urn. j. u. Harris. ! Georire Kiser. of Winchester, was I trado nnd comment thereon. ..., Wo have. ,i iti.. Weekly Market Report o since tho middle of February, seen a dc- - m.mn cided advance in values for tobacco, ap- the Iiouisvillo Tobacco plicablc to both Durlcy and Dark typc-3.Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bromley and Company, "augnter.Uertrutfe. or Loulsvil c Loss of $5,000,000.00 Louisof tho tobacco grown "rB nere If ville, Ky May in this State in 1915 was now in the Little Miss Martha Clark, of Millers hands of the Growers, wo think it en ' burg, is tho guest of Mr. T. W. Jones . tirely conservative to estimate that the and wife. larmcrs ot Kentucky would realizo in tho aecrcgatc at least S5.000.000 moro Miss Virginia Binning, of Cincin Continued Email sales with prices than was realized by crowding the nati, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. gradually advancing may bo taken as .t... i.. J. Hill. Jr. the conditions on itnn. the summing ui the Louisville market, This ndditional nmoiint. which we ' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Arnold, of Ric It is rccrettnble that tho advance in estimate would have accrued to tho rices for tobacco came after tha ijrent benefit of tho tobacco growers of our mom), have been the guests o Mr. and C ulk nf the crop had passed out ot tho State by holding of tho crop Mrs R. M, Newland. hands of tho growers. However, under oil the market until after tho 1 st of May, Miss Mary Walker, of near Lancastho present system of marketing the is based upon tho advance in prices part of the crop on tho which has occurred, and does not pre- ter, has been the recent visitor of her firoater very early in tho season. sume upon the much greater advance sister, Mrs. J. C. Hays. it can not be hoped that tho rrowcrs which might have been czpcctcd, had Little Miss Bessie Clay Farrls hna generally will bo benefited by any trade the conditions leading up to the present development orcrop ouuooic mat mignt improvement found tho purchasing been confined to her bed for several enhance values. In other words, much clement of tho trado with its necessary days on account of illness. the greater part of the crop now passes requirements only half supplied, with Mrs. A. II. Ummethun, of Louisville, from tho ownership of the producer tno remainder to bo secured at a into tho hands of tho manufacturers when competition is stimulated time and baby, are the guests of her uncle, by or dealers at a tlma when nothing is recent occurrence and revised crop W. II. Wearren and family. likely to occur cither to stimulate or estimates. Mrs, James T. Menefee, of Knox-villdepress values. Furthermore, tbo very At this dato last year wo reported ' Tenn, has been tho guests of early marketing of the crop forces the thai somo progress had been made in manufacturers and dealers to accumu- transplanting the tobacco crop, but Mr. and Mrs.John N. Menefee, late their supplies far in advance if that only a very small proportion of their needs, and thU fact has tha tend- the intended crop had reached tho field. ' Rev. R. Noel has returned hoc ency to minimize tho result of any later At this time in 1013 wo wcro having from Danville, where he has been tl e developments that may tend to en- heavy ond frequent rains and tho guest of his daughter, Mrs.T. J. Parka hance values, becausu largo purchaws plants, which were generally backward, Robert Coffey, of Youngstown, Olik early in the seat-oobviates tho necess- rapidly ntttincd tho proper size for ity of later purchases. Therefore, tho transplanting, nnd by tho end of tho is here at tho bedside of his mother. result of such occurrences ns may war- first week in Juno from fifty to sixty Mrs. Joseph L'olfey.who is critically ill. rant higher prices is held in check by per cent of tho crop had been set out. j Mrs. Alice Owaley, who has been finding the requirements of tho trade At tho corresponding dato in 191-- tho nlrca'd y largely supplied at a tlmo when tobacco territory was Dreatlv In nccit living In Louisville for several month', the tobacco was crowded on the market of rain and but Uttlo progress had been has returned to this city to make her In volume great enough to supply all de- made in transplanting tho crop. This borne, mand without creating decided buying year May has not been characterized by Capt, and Mrs. J. L. B. Coflley and comictition. either excessive rains or by prolonged ,t 1. L. It'.. .L on, William Shelby, of Frankfort, are ji imn, anu might bo said would have any in- - the crop now in- tho- ina proportion OI here at tha bcdiide of his mother, that field Is snmewhnt . Mill uuenco in cnanging mo present mod larger man u was at me corresponding marketing tne tooacco crop, yet wo dato in 1918 or 1011, but both in 1913 Jn.tnh Coirev think it is in line with our vocation to and 1013 Mrs. J, R. Harris, who has been f of the crop had beco chronicle the bappeungs In tbo tobacco transplanted oy too 1st oi Juac critically ill for several months, was allowed at ail points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-overs STANFORD Fcr full information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write B. II. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. . IT PAYS BUY SAYS TOBACCO GROWERS LOST I $5,000,000.00 TO HiGH GRADE FEBTtLIZER This Big Loss to Early Marketing Warehouse Company Attributes a. i Warehouse 1916. ! To Incorporated, 25th, one-ha- lf use balanced ration for your hogs and horses. This you get by mixing our Feeds with your farm products. The saving is considerable. . well manufactured lumber. The saving in labor bill accounts for the in price and your building will be better when completed. To buy A one-ha- lf fresh stock Plaster, Lime, and Cement, job is stronger. To buy To buy To In Ihis there Is no waste and finished your Field Seeds of high quality, obtaining better results with less seed. e, make your home, porches and lawn, places of comfort, as Jhe family feels more Interested In their daily duties, if these pleasures are at their disposal during their resting hours. See our Porch Swings, Couch Hammacks, Lawn Seats, and Settees and Furniture of all kinds. It pays to read our advertisement each week as you may get something valuable from its reading. , I ttw'nBCjnnt fta&M L H Pi rvey tsJIjJf Paint Lick, & Woods Kentucky. one-hal- ft , The Central Record, Thursday June 1 19 Id. SUM-COMFOR- T We are now ready to furnish you summer comfort with our famous line of Wilson Bros., U under wear, Silk Shirts, Hosiery,etc Also have a complete line of Summer Clothing In Newest Styles and Patterns. Palm Beach Suits. Kool Cloth Suits, Mohair Suits. $s.5o i mv.&o $10.00 SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS. JAS. W. SMITH, House of Quality. MANSE. Mrs. Lancaster, Ky. LEVEL Miss Katie Clark spent Sunday in Berea. . Mr. Duff, from Glascow. Ky., has been visiting Mr. J. E. Smith. Mr. Thurston Robinson spent Sunday with his cousin, Guv Robinson, Mrs. Mary Clark was the guest of Mrs. Mandy Thompson Tuesday. Miss Ruth Sowder spent Thursday night with her sister Miss Nelson Sowder. Miss Parrie Mae Clark Is attending the School of Methods at ML Vernon this week. Little Robert Zilla and Ernest Davis spent Thursday night with their cousin Miss Lora'ne Davis. Mrs. Fanny Green and Mr. S. T. Green were the pleasant guests of Dr. J. M. Hell Is on the sick Hit. Mr. Arch Thompson week at ML Vernon. spent the past TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from Btomach troubles In part a result of his confining world He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicines without end. One day he took a doso of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: "Your medicine Is the best In the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking tho full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very severe pains In my stomach all the time. Ono bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all tho doctors' medlcino that I took for two years. My family physician told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I have gained twenty five pounds." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much anr1 whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Get ono battle of your druKElst now and try It on an absolute guarantee It not satis factory money will be returned. For sale by R. E. McRoberts and all other reliable druggists. GUNN'S CHAPEL. Miss Kate Clark was at this place Friday evening on business. Mrs. Mary Clark spent Tuesday with Mrs. Thompson on White Lick Creek. Mr. Robert Anderson was the guest of Mr. Hurbrrt Ralston Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Henry Creek and daughter. Miss Allie. spent Saturday and Sunday in Ilerea. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reynolds are the proud parents of a new baby boy, born May 21st. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox and little daughter, Lillian Mae, have been very ill with pneumonia. Mr. Harry McWhorter spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Plummber are rejoicing over a Tine set of twins. The names are Dollas and Dorothy. Mrs. W. A. Anderson and children spent Saturday with Mr. W. P. Anderson and wife of Madison county. Mrs. W. W. West and daughters Berulah, have returned i Estclla and home from Vanceburg. Miss Kelly accompanied them home. ViWll Tire Wm mil The Grip in the Knobs The knobs on the 'Nobby' Tread "bite" the like a file on metal. The traction is so intense that it is next to impossible for the tread to slip or skid. It is the angle, height, thickness, toughness and resiliency of the knobs that make tires 'Nobby Treads the surest of anti-skithe Aristocrats of the Road. While 'Nobby Tread sales have increased phenomenally, adjustments (on the basis of five thousand miles) have gone down to an almost umvritably small fraction of the total sales. road-surfac- e BRYANTSVILLE i HAVE CHARMING HAIR ' FREE FROM DANDRUFF Mco and Women: d Is Your Hair Lustrous, Soft, Flufly and Abundant? United StatesTire Company 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'U.eo' "INDIVIDUALIZED iSoynl Cord' TIRES" 'Plain' AJcomplete stock of United States Tires carrled.by C. C. & J. Diaw II R Stormes. Check One bottle of Parisian Sage will prove to any man or woman thatdandrulT can be banished forever that there is no need of falling hair and that scalp itch is unnecessary. It is a delightful refreshing, Invigorating and harmless liquid that every Ballard. Mrs. Wesley Walker and children of druggist knows about and speaks well Danville visited Mesdames B. P. and of. Iiut one thing that has made Parisian W. IL Swope last week. Sage famous is its peculiar power to Miss Mayme Ballard will go to Lex turn harsh unattractive hair into luxu- ington Wednesday to attend the ban riant hair in a short time and women quet at Hamilton College. who desire fascinating hair should not Several from here have purchased be without it. season tickets for the Chautauqua at It. K. Mcltoberts guarantees it to do Lancaster and expect to attend. just as advertised or money back, and Miss Cecil Bowling, one of our most he sells lots of it. popular girls was one of the graduates at K. C. W., Danville, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy and Mr MARKSBURY and Mrs. Mack Hendren enjoyed a Mrs. Dykes who has been seriously motor trip to Frankfort last VVednesday and took in the sights of that city. HI U improving. Dr. and Mrs, Sam Rose of Hazlcton, Mr. James Turner and family visited Pa., who motored down about ten days in Lancaster Sunday. ago in their handsome new roadster. Miss Sallie Lou Myers is spending the for a visit to their parents, Mr. and week with the Muses Royaton. Mrs. G. B. Rose, left Saturday for The new macadam road has been their home. completed as far as the church. Miss Mayme Leo Ballard entertained Mr. Noel Bogie of Bereu Miss Mary Ellen Farley was a recent visitor in Jessemine. Mrs. G. B. Rose entertained at a family dinner last Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Jordan and baby of Ford visited her sitter, Mrs. Joe Gosncy. Little Miss Anna Welburn Parks has been visiting relatives In Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Williams and chil dren spent Sunday with relatives at Uurgin. Several from here went to Camp Nelson Tuesday to hear Hon, E. P, Morrow. Mr. Bryan Ballard has been spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. E. II Mr. Irvine Clouse Ii ill. Miss Zula Calico closed her school on Poor Ridge last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Murphy are re joicing over arrival of a son. Miss Ballard was the guest of Miss Allene McCulley Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson were In Lexington the past week visiting. Sunday School attendance at the M. E. church here last Sunday was 70. Miss Marie Ballard closed her school here Monday and returned to her home in Lancaster. Mrs. Lucy Kidd ot Winchester will arrive soon for a visit with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Wm. Fain, who has been suffering from a stroke of paralysis for some and Mrs. Redwine Sunday. time continues very 111. Mr. Sherman Robinson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Misses and Miss Tillie Green spent Sunday Marie Ballard and Lenna Hollon were with Mr. W. II. Smith and wife. recent guests of Mr. Frank Land and Mrs. R. C. Boaln and sister Mrs. family, Lon Combs were the guests of their Messrs Hill and Bert Shield of Nelsister, Mrs. Henry Moore last Friday. son county were here recently the guests The Christain Endeavor Society, of of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Louis Leavel Green is progressing nicely. McCulley. Several new members have been added Misses Mane Ballard, Nettie Uay, recently. Lenna Hollon and Mr. Otis Ray Bogle visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico Sunday. MORE RHEUMATISM Mrs. English organized a Womens Missionary Society at Liberty church Sunday. Mrs. John Brown was elected Cltrgjmtn, Lawyers, Brokers, Mechanics president, Mrs. A. C. Miles, vice president; Mrs. Nora Teater, Secretary and and Merchants Stricken. Miss Zula Calico. Treasurer. THAN EVER BEFORE Our old friend Kheumatiz is having his inning this year, and a few words of caution from one who knows all about it may not be amiss. Wear rubbers in damp weather; keep The District Sunday School Convention held at Liberty church Sunday was very Interesting. A number of short addresses by Rev. English of Berea, Messrs C. J. Davis, Henry Teater and your feet dry; drink plenty of lemon- others were enjoyed. Misses Minnie ade, and avoid strong alcoholic drinks. Pearl Brown and Ethel Ray aang a If rheumatism gets you, or sciatica. beautiful duet. Miss Lenna Hollon and you have sharp twinges, gnawing. sang a solo. can get rid of all agony In just a few days by taking teaspoonful of ltheuma once a day. All druggists know about Rheuma; it's harmless, yet powerful: cheap, yet sure, and a bottle will last a long time. Ask R. E. McRoberts or any druggist. one-ha- lf Giving Cheese Age. By treating freshly made cheese with alternating currents ot electricity for 21 hours a Dutch electrician has found he can give It all the properties ot age. Convention Defined. Convention may be defined as a sort of precedent or custom which restrains a lady from cussing when she Is as mad as a hornet, but which permits a man to swear like a trooper whea lie steps on a collar button. BUCKEYE Miss Lillie Mae Sutton was in Lex- for the moiitfy you ov e and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regnal you. They like to do business with n man who has an account nt the Garrard Bank & spent last week with his parents. Mrs. J, G. Doty gave u tish fry at was Lock No. 8. A very enjoyable spent. Mr. Stallard Hill and family of Danville spent the week end with Mrs. College with a "motor party" to Lexington WedneJday In honor of Mrs. Sum lioje. The other guests being Mrs. Hogun Ballurd and Mrs. G. C. Rose of Lan d-caster. They went over In the early afternoon had dinner ut the Phoenix and returned later In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard entertained at a courso dinner Thursday evening at "Pine Crest" in honor of The Dr. and Mrs. Sam Rose of Pa. place cards were done in daisies and a pretty French basket tied with yellow tulle and filled with dslsies was used as the central decoration on the table, A very enjoyable evening was spent. ington Friday. Miss Lelia Teaterspent the week-enwith Miss Luclnda Carter. Mr. A. C. Miles visited Mr. G. N. Miles and wife at Nicholasville last week. Mrs. Roy Sanders and Mr. Herbert Whittaker and wife were in Richmond Thursday, Mrs. Jennie Broaddus has returned from Baltimote where she went for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Posey were the guests of Mr. Forest Calico and wife the latter part of the week. Mr, and Mrs. Jess Bogle and children of Bryantsville have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Fath Bogle, Mr. Turner and wife, Miss Lena d "Cured" Mrs. "For Texas, nine 19) years, 1 suffered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as II I would die, I sulfered so. At last, I decided to try Cardul, the woman's tonic, and It helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but It cured me." Jv McOee.ot writes: Steph-cnvil- le, 1 Trust Go. They know he Is Joint; business In a buslrtss like way. Hotter open such an account even If your alfairs aro not Urge. Tliey will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company WALL PAPER Ii to tha room, wht doihts r to thm pw ton. It rvtlcti lk Uii o( h occuptnti n4 uUUht thttr tKltl U ruling W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofllce Phono 18. Residence Phone 33. Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers Hon r tlcl3 for tkttr trtUric nJ dcortW worth tiul avtry ptiurn will iv miu(o rvo q lnapKl tha Wftntlful dtulin In tKt omt to b pprHi, tha only ttfo wjr. Kt book, llom Decor Uoa thow bow thty look upon tht wtll. ! 4t w4 color ertMB t hwim ! pmbIt prlct . ErtlmaiM cfcMf (ally ftunUW mtur (am pric. Kyle Isom. Kyle Isom lost a valuablo work horse from overheating while plowing In tho field Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Higgins spent Sunday with his sister. Miss Jennie Higgins at Puint Lick. Messrs Tom Chesnut, Itobt Fox and J. W. Woods of Lexington made a business trip to St Louis Inst week. It Is reported that Miss Elizabeth Simpson who has been nursing her bister In thu hospital at Louisville is sick with meLsles. Misnes Margaret and Alice Sutton, and Stella Grow are happy that they passed in the examination for "free Schooler and Mr. Credo Simpson motored to Crab Orchard Sunday afternoon. Mr, Hiram Ray bought of Mr. W. T. Noel, nine hogs at $9., per hundred, he also sold to Center Bros, forty-seve- n TAKE hogs at $9. Mrs. Bolton died May 21st., and was burled in the cemetery at this place, Monday, May 22nd. She was In her wA ninety-fourt- Carom The Woman's Tonic women In time h scholarship" at the Lancaster graded school. Mr. and Mrs. Vanpelt. Mr. and Mrs. Wright and ion, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Chesnut of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Boner and Mrs. linker of Chicago were visitors at the Chesnut home Sunday, WHITE & RIDDLE, Paint Lick. Ky. Sold by Cardul helps The District Convention met at the o! greatest need, because It Sunday afternoon. Church Baptist contains Ingredients which act Rev English of Ilerea gave u splendid A specifically, yet gently, on the talk on The Sunday School, weakened womanly organs. Mr. and Mrs. English and children, So, if you feel discouraged, -- or Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Miss Stella blur, unable to BOURDON POULTRY CURE and Miss Lucy Newman, of Berea, LH do your household work, on friend and re) were the guests of In Ih dr talc luff water Hikes Hens Ly Amailm atives the last of tho week, worrying and give Cardul a Curc Koip, ColJl, Uioltca, A Woman's Mlsslonery Society was trial. It has helped thousands Umtxrntck !rtvcnU ol women, why not you? On JOo bolll mtVii 1J organized at tho Baptist church Sunday gtUons ol bukIIcId. At Morning by Mrs, English, of Berea, Try Cardul. V&lU- abl poultry book (ri. who Is Superintendent of the Woman' I0UHOI MUD! CO, UlfciUl, If. Mlsslonery Society of the Baptist J. R. M(hhI,Sob & Co. year. FEW DROPS Bkk-ma- t. E-- 7t The Central Record, Thursday June "TANLAC IS BEST REMEDY ON EARTH FOR CATARRH; I KNOW" ELOQUENT CHARGE DELIVERED IN BACCAJ 1 , 1916. LAUREATE SERMON SAYS "I M. GILFORD, LEXINGTON. BY DR. W. A. SCHOOL GANFIELD GRADUATES. TO HIGH It suffered from catarrh tor four and cannot sleep at night how Tanlac , and found Tanlac to be the belt comforts you. remnly on earth" said Mr. Mike GilIt Is a tower of strength that keeps ford, a farmer who lives near LexInR-to- n. your body well by attending to the little things, such as relieving constlpa "It is, bIso, a good all around medi- tion, Indigestion, gas and bloating after cine for the system. meals, sour stomach and loss cf appe Tanlac Is much like a good wife or tite. husband- - It seems so natural for It to Tanlac is being introduced In Lancas aid health that often it Is not appre- ter at McRoberts Drug store. ciated. ' Tanlac may be obtained In the nearby Wake up now, and bcfriu to observe It is worth it. It does so cities. Taint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Bry. Tanlac. many thlncs in such an easy way that antsvlllc. Decker & Ballard; Little It helps Hickman, Collier and Brunerj Berea, possibly you do not note. digestion and relief from this derange- S. E. Welch; Stanford, penny's Drug Reynolds and ment often restores the entire system. Store: Junction City, L, Perry' & Son A little assistance rendered to over- Evans; Richmond. H. G worked kidneys has made backache, Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; liurgin, and bad blood disappear. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, headrches, Is just natural. II. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, and W. C is not marvelous-l- t lean When you have a nervous breakdown West, Silver Creek. The Central Record incorporated, par $1.00 a year. publicans and with the democratic issued Weekly. ty so united little hope is entertained for a defeat of Wilson. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Colonel T. R. still has his hat in tho R. L ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. ring, and incidently is a thorn in the Entered it the I'oit Office In Ltncuter, Ky., side of a good many republicans at Mull Sutler. a this time. It looks very much like that he will be In the ring at Chicago as Member Kentucky Press Association well as his hat. Second-CU- should be a change of party while the country is so blessed. The signs of the times are very discouraging to the r Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., Jane 1, 1916 I am agent for Pennington Gas Generator Co., for this and adjoining My customers are my reference. II. W. Rice, Parksville, Ky. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Uiliies ...$ 6.00 For For For For SENATE TO HONOR Memory Of Senator W. 0. Bradley. ,10.00 or County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 The United States Senate will sus 10 Calls, per line pend its regular business on Saturday, 10 Cards, per line June 21, to pay tribute to the memory all publications in the inter- of Senator W. 0. Bradley. Ihis was est of individuals or expresunanimously agreed to last Monday on sion of individual views, per Senators 10 motion of Senator James. line Lodge and Warren, , 05 Gallinger, Smoot, Obituaries, per line Republican colleagues ot Senator Bradley, and Senators James, Kern, Wil We are authorized to announce Miss liams and Stone, the Democratic floor Jennie Higgina a candidate for County leaders, will be among these who will of Garrard eulogize School Superintendent Later the late Kentuckian. County, subject to the action of the on the House will set aside a day for Democratic primary Augutf 1917. similar memorial addresses. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. We are authorized to announce Joe Hamilton as a candidate for County Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1916. We are authorized to announce Hun. Charles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, Casey county, as a candidate for the Democrtttic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth district of Kentucky, subject to the primary to be htld the first Saturday in August. authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nominationf or County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. We are We are authorized to announce Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress, in this, the eighth district of Kentucky, subject to the primary to be held August 1910. One of the most popular .utterances was in the speech of Judge Chas. A. Hardin when referring to some criticisms of his be ing made head of the Democratic Com mittee of the State. He said "Whea ever the time comes that to be a mem ber of a democratic committee or its head means that the judicial ermine will be dragged into the mire of politics then should the committee be elevated ' above Buch a plain." was greeted with This expression tremendous applause. It is very evi dent that the party in Kentucky means to have in the future a fair deal to everybody and the present organization was selected with that in view. Stna tor Ollie James had general charge of selecting these committees, and it Is his idea of party government that every democrat should be treated Bquurely in his effort to get a nomination. Con troversies in the party should be heard and determined with the same degree or ralrness which characterize the or dinary trial In a Court of Justice. There will be fewer splits und dissensions in our party with a man like Judge liar din at its head. at the Lexington Convention The State Democratic Convention at Lexington of last week was one of the most harmonious ever Ijeld. The party In Kentucky is united to a man upon of President Wilson. the His administration was endorsed both mere Is no In spirit ana in letter, doubt but that Kentucky will do her and an old part towards bis time majority Is assured, I he unpre cedented prosperity which this country Is now enjoying and our country being at peace while the atber great nations of the world are at war makes the Dmocratlc Administration popular. No good argument can be offered to the voters of the country why there There were great forces nt work and 1 cannot tell what the centuries may great movements stirring then. I bring forth. AH that I do know is sometimes think I would like to have, this; that our American life, our lived in the last of the fourth or the, American culture, our American in- first of the fifth century, in the day .stitutions nre safe only so long ns when power wns passing from the e strength of our manhood endures, in to the Teuton, in the day when the If American manhood decays, Amcri-lalittle Romulus of Rome was be-- J can institutions shall surely perish, ing cast aside, in the day when the There are four great social institu- rudeGcrman soldiers lifted one of their ,tions whose business nnd function is own number upon their shields and, the making of men and women. These bore him upon their shoulders down four are the family, the school, tho GOVERNORS the street, the sign of their selection 'church and the state. If these insti-an- d Of Adjoining Commonwealths Invited To election of a new king. I some-- 1 tutions have clear vision of their think I should like to have been sion and rise to the responsibilities Attend State Fair on September 12. Again I think I(of the hour, if they perform well the living here t then. The biggest military pageant ever would like to have lived in the last of task committed and entrusted to them, witnessed in Kentucky is being planned the fifteenth or the early sixteenth then that boy of yours and that girl lor Governors day at the Mate fair, century. In the day vhn the spirit, of mine, product of these institutions September 12, Governors of all the of adventure gripped men's souls, in of our modern life, will become the states bordering Kentucky Tennessee, the day when the mind of man began kind of men nnd women with whom Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, to think of new and other lands, In the the American Institutions will be Illinois and Missouri will be invited to day when Columbus ventured out upon Time forbids this morning any dis- and an the new and uncharted seas, in the attend with the effort will be made to mobilize the en day when Luther, broke the bonds of cussion of the function of these sever tire brigade of the Kentucky National religious authority and sent the truth nl of our American Guard, about 2.400 men, there. on its light giving nnd liberty inspir- - life. The answer to the question Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. ing mission o'er the great continent '"Why have schools nt nll?""is found Cohen said that $1,000 in prizes will be of Europe. Those were great days 'in the fact that we have children. No offered for the best drilled company then. I sometimes think I would like scheme or process of education can be and competitions in all military ma- to have lived in the last of the that limits its scope or neuvers will bejarranged. Adjt. Gen. J. century, in the days of 1770 or rows its nurnose to nnvthinc less than Tandy Ellis is heartily in sympathy 1778, in the day when crowns began the highest destiny of which"youth and with the plan. ,t0 rest uneasy on the heads of kings. manhood are capable. Humanitv in Commissioner Cohen said that while .when thrones beean to stnirirer. to tot-- : tho course of the aires has produced "preparedness" is being discussed, ho ( ter, and to fall. When" the common many types of men. Away back it would bo a most interesting people felt tho thrill of democracy and1 der in the olden times was the man and timely spectacle for the Kentucky rose to ciaim their own privileges, lulir. Lnnstc! f his nhvslenl strength. peopie 10 oe snown meir own soiaiers rights and powers. I sometimes think There were giants in those days. in competitive maneuvers. 'the Louis- - j wouW like to havc bce ,ivJ hcrc Quick after him came the man who ville Board of Trade has appropriated then. x think j wou,j ,ike havc gloried in his ancestry nnd boasted of . ninp.wn.u $400 toward the success of the affair. in fhe his noble birth. With the swift onin the time of the new inventions, the ward rush of time came one who said, new discoveries, the dcvelopcment of "Though I could Teach from pole to BITTER FLAVOR IN MILK, power, the rise of the smoke stack pole and grasp creation in my span, I Weede In Early Pasturet Frequent and the growth of the city. But aftcr'must be measured by my soul; the Cause of This Trouble. all, I think there is no time in the mind Is standard of the man.' At this time .of the year bad flavors past when I would have so well liked Twenty hundred years ago, there can usually be charged to tho various to have lived as to be living right here darted into tho nrenn or human hisweeds the cows cat when first turned tory a young man thirty summers of to pasture. They aro always grce-!- for end now. And yet we are dwelling "We ago and a Jew who, for tho first time, green feed, mid when turned out too In a grand and awful time." early there will bo nioro weeds, many put the stamp of his thoughts, the imtimes, than grass. Tho wild onion or For really I do believe this morning press of his life and the force of his garlic freely Imparts Its disagreeable the age to which you and I belong Is own personality upon character ns the flavor to milk. There is no remedy ex- one of The influence and pow- fundamental, elemental thing. cept to keep tho cows oft pasture until Knight of tho Twentieth Century must upon tho agcsyct to come. enough grass so they will not er there is be tempted to eat the weeds. Aerating Civilization if oft represented to us ns be the young man of strong physical tho milk by runuhig It over a cooler us a beautiful maiden, dressed and robed tody, plug noble birth, plus Intellecsoon as It U milked will help EOtue. in most beautiful and becoming style. tual genius, plus character. For conMilk li always Improved by giving It Upon her forehead nre written the science In n bank cashier has n cash this treatment. words knowledge, culture, refinement, value nnd integrity enhances human Thcro aro bitter flavors duo to cer- education, power. Upon her finger worth. And this type of man must, tain bacteria that gain access to thu tips are the word skill, Industry, enternfter nil, bo the product of our Amerimilk lu the process of handling. If the schools, and with this kind of man, bltterne does not develop until tho prise, thrift and wealth. Across her can milk has stond some tlmu It Is un Indi- breast are written the words humani- the future is sufc and secure. cation that this cause U responsible for ty, brotherhood, sympathy aid fellowtho baa flavor. Sltico It Is through ship, ami upon her ankles a Fa fastened something gettliig info the milk, there- the wingg with which she hovers o'er SELLSfLOTO CIRCUS by Introducing tho uudeslrublo bvcte-rl- mankind. She came a long time ago the remedy Is to uso greater cure to the ancient Chaldean folk, and while IN LEXINGTON TUESDAY about the bam und milk room to pre- she staid, marvelous was the progress Rosa Rosaland gives the thrilling sen vent dirt of any kind getting Into the that they made. In the days when satlon of the Circus, which milk. iiometlmes Individual cows glvo bit- Abraham wag still a child at his mo- comes to Lexington next Tuesday From ter uillkj When this occurs it is usually ther's knee, King HommurrabbI had the back of one madly galloping steed because they uru out of condition or prepared a code of law for those an- Bhe vaults through the air, turning com just going dry. It usually best to cient people that In many respects plctely over as she twists through the dry such cows at once. Such milk was superior to what we know In Ken atmosnhere. and aliehts on the back of should bo kept separuto from thu rest But there came' the second horse. The two feature at or all of tho milk will tako on tho bit- tucky even a timo when tho poison got Into the tractions are Jess Willard and Frank ter flavor, Gotch. The "Heavyweight Champion" blood. The tlng of the serpent Chaldea's manhood's power, will first appear in his old role of cowTwin Calves. WAeu twins aro born and both aro and with tho declino of her manhood boy and later will illustrate in ring cosof tho gamo sex they will breed with passed into decay all that was worth tume, how he won the champlonnhlp just as much certainty as though they while In that ancient life. Civlliza-tio- n and how he defended it at Madison were no twins. When n male and must tako new flight. She pas-re- d Square Garden. Frank Gbtcb, the Hercules of the female calf are twins it Is tho rulo westward and settled among the that ono or tho other will uot breed wrestling world, is the man who has and most generally It Is tho female. beautiful n hills. of ancient Greece, and defeated the universe and won for him- . ...Ml.. UIV4C, So seldom does she breed and so gen- mine nno self thetltle Wrestling Champion of erally does tho mala breed that it may again were the forward strides mado tno World." bo considered tho rule that the male by this ancient folk until In every- Circus day will begin with tha streut breeds and tho female fall to breed. thing that combines nnd contribute to parade, which is said to be blg;;tr and Kimball's Dairy Farmer, human and social uplift, to mental better than ever. Lnt-jthst mis-timte nar-een- th J yon-thin- By far, one of the most impressive and eloquent sermons ever delivered before a graduating class In this city, was the oro given by Dr. W. A. Gan-fielpresident of Centre College, at the school Auditorium, last Sunday morning. In honor of the occasion for this service, all the churches in the city united In this meeting and as a result the hall was crowded to Its doors. An attractive musical program had been arranged and the anthems sung were beautiful and well'rendercd by a choir composed of the best talent in the citv Key, II. S. Hudson assisted in the service with scriptural reading and prayer. The members of.tlie graduating class, in cap and gown, headed by Prof. Caneer, marched "en masse" down the aisle and took their position on the stage. The auditorium was artistically decorated with tho college colors and with palms and ferns. In well chosen words the speaker was government nnd Roman power perishthen introduced by Prof. Cineer who ed because Roman manhood decayed. We might continue the story, for said we were fortunate beyond measure and blessed to have with us today one, Civilization continues her search for whom we have learned to love and who a final resting place. At last she has knocked at the doors of the Atlantic is now no stranger among us. Dr. Ganfield held with raptured at- shore. We have Invited her In. She tention, the large audience during the is here nnd I think she would like to entire sermon and quoted as a texti8lny. The world stands amazed at the from Longfellow s "Psalm of Life progress which we have made. The the following lines wonderful conquest of territory, the' "We are living, we nre dwelling 'rapid rise nnd expansion of industry,' In a grand and awful time; the marvelous devclopcmcnt In schools, In an ngc on ages telling. colleges and education and nil the To be living is sublime." things of culture, and in nil the arts He said in part; y of peace we arc the lending There arc some periods of time nation and the leading people of this which seem to be more important than nnd all other times. Civilization has other times. As my memory reaches become our pride. Shall we give her backward over the past, there have J our hand in sincere' and honest pledge? been times nnd ages when I think I Shall wo assure her a permanent nnd should much prefer to have lived rath peaceful home? er than at other times. I sometimes I hold In my hand this morning no think I should like to have lived when brief for the I nm not the Man of Galilee walked the earth. a prophet nor the son of a prophet. culture, refinement of taste, elevation of the mind nnd spirit, tho Greek enjoyed his full portion. Indeed, In n brief space of time, Greece wrote more names, upon the page of history, of( men who made wonderful contribu-- . tion In the works of art nnd the artistic In culture, philosophy and poetry than America has yet done or mny ilrenm of doing for years to come. INBREEDING CATTLE. And yet once again the poison got Into, the human Mood, and with the growth" Whin Practiced Judiciously It Results of luxury came the growth of vlce, In Hard Improvement. Greek manhood decayed, Greek life! I nm nwnro tlt.tt It Is not always pos perished, nnd y there Is little left alblo for the owner of n small henl to of this ancient nnd glorious rnce A rc,nln nni1 " ",0 0,11 ,m" fyen " " nown ,lla '"" ""'I'"" " i few pages In the text a language that college studcntsW , uncc more, utilization moves west- - Dfllrymnl;. , , evnernX fnvof wara nnd tms time pauses in me inbnlliig to any grent extent. How. "City of the Seven Hills," and for n ever, If 1 hail n bull known to bo a slro few centuries Rome grew, extended, of high merit I would not hesitate to nnd increased in power until the time! breed him to hH own diiUKlitcrs rather cot nnothcr the merit of which soon came when the power and do-- j """ ot k"ow- - " k"ou that minion of Rome was greater than was Inbreeding Intensifies the ctmrncterls-tha- t of Alexander In the day when he fg of 10 ,f tll(1J. nr(J wept for more worlds to conquer. u1clcnt m y rrs)Cct this Is likely to There wns n time when the very name! npjwnr even stronger than In tho par- of the Capital City, Rome, suggested, ents. If the animal are strong nnd everything that could bo desired in the vigorous and have tho dairy character- way of justice, dominion, authority,, ,1s"" wanted the offspring are all the rule and power. But the story re- - DAIRY and CREAMERY V"liSR "Ifiy "''fi'i El I'll'1 tSt Business and 'Patriotism A Nonpartisan Appeal to the Nation tf Amirita: ITaitingtm, Afril 11, If It in the patriclicm- - ii ' nii"i''iiiiilimli liiiPpEy J ic "k ic Tkt iriiti iitun Tt iht 'Bunnell Mm BESPEAK your cordial otic icTvice undertaken by the engineers and uti of this country under the direction ol Ihe Industrial Prcparedneu Committee ol the Naval Consulting The confidential industrial inventory you are ruled to fupply is intended (or the eicJuiivc benefit of the War and Navy Dcpartmenti and will be used in organizing the industrial resources for the public service in national defense At my request the American Society of Gvil Engineers, the American Institute of Mining Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the American Chemical Society are gratuitously assisting the Naval Consulting Board in die work of collecting thia data, and 1 confidently ask your earnest support in the interest of the people and government of the United Slates. Faithfully yours. FWil r( the United States. OuemMy cow are notrj for their rroductlon ot large quantities ot rich milk and the nccllcnco of the butter produced. (juerney butter Is dlatlnKulshel by Its rich jellow color. The Guernsey cow here ahonn lean Imported animal. Bhe was born In 1911. and In a, recent test Kave COGStS pounds of milk contalnlne 233.il pounda ot fat In 131 days. Hho Is owned by J, J. Hope, Florham Farms, Madison, J. more certain to have the samo If the parents aro related. Where tho henl Is largo enough to mako It practical tho thing to do In many cases is to keep two bull, or nt least retain the bull after ho Is used until It Is iiosslble to Foe how his daughters milk. Of cnurso It costs money to feed nn extra bull, but the daughters may lie enough better to pay tho extra expense many times over. Is to bo hoped that community breeding will develop more and more In the future. Then It will bo entirely practical for nn ageil bull to lie kept In tho nclshborhood for several years when ho lius proved to bo a good breeder and opportunity thus afforded for his blood to bo widely nay that the question of using a foii of a present herd bull would not bo nt all objectlonablo provided his dam comes from n good strain of breeding nnd Is herself a good Individual and a heavy milker. In case the daughters of the nlJ hull aro also satisfactory, showing he Is a prepotent sire, this would lw n good plan to follow. Inbreeding Is generally applied to the mating ot animals within thu llrst degree of relationship, such ns parent anil offspring, or brother und s!s. ter. Lino breeding is mating nnlmnls having the same nncestors, but not m closely related -- for example, the same 1 COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS or THE NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD Or THE UNITED STATES ij TU Tkt Aivnraa Umvm J OrJ f4 M- Er-T" AsweafMSf I Jiavm TU Aotitu Tlwj n with AafMQwAlwrr J4 , ltUlrJ LMfmm ., , ..I - It Advertisement tfrslsnrd by the ASSOCIATED AD VKHTIH1NO CLl'HH OK TIIM WOULD and published by this newspaper free. THE NATIONAL BANK used. ' OF LANCASTER. KhouM Capf.ul $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. Vice I'res'L S. C, DENNY, Cashier. J, U GlLL, )EN!IV. President J. II IL 1, -- MDRY, STOltMKS. Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex It. Boxes YOUK Denny. For Rent. J. K. 8 HUSINESS. V. Cochran, J. II. I'osey, Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. U GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. grandparents. .,, FROM LANCASTER JUNE 15th. Round trip tickets on sole for inorniniJ trains. Board and Cave Fee SG.50. Railroad fare $5.65 Echo River. Orchestra and promenade 7:00 to 12 P. M. See L &. N. Ajjt. Band Concert on I $12.15 FOR AN ALL-EXPE- NSE THREE-DA- YS TRIP. Utillotin No. 2 Why We Are Opposing A Government Armor Plant To the Peoplf: Some people say, that tho very fact that tho Bethlehem Steel Company is so agRrcssively fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company is seeking to assure for itself the "vast profits" derived from privuto intinufacturc. t r The fact in that urinor niuking is the least proiitiihlu feature of Htccl manufacture. a, The reason wo opposo a Government plant is very simple. It b this: Even though there is hut little profit in thu making of armor, we havo invested over $7,000,000 in our armor plant; Sells-Kiot- o That plant is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built the usefulness of our plant is destroyed. 1 It would he good business for uh to make urmtir for the Govcrn- mcnt at tiny price over nnd nhove the actual shop coeit, RATHER THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVKSTMKNT. Wo do not seek to savo h'lg profits; our puriKiso is very frankly to save our armor itself built solely for tho usb of tho Government from going to tho scrap heap. plant V. 1 1 V. i To do that, wo urn prepared lo utfree for miy period to nny trrnm of manufacture which the Tederul Trade Commission hIiuII nay absolutely iirolccts tlm Government of the United Slates. I j, , -- j I CIIA8. M. BCIIWAIl. tvautm a. ciiACK. CUinuu iiejawi liciiuclicin alccl Company The Central Record, Thursday June I 1916. MUST MOVE A FEW SUITS LEFT. 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Three, packers instead nf two better shaped bundles result. Ample spaco and adjustments for handling tall and short grain in wet seasons, dry aersons or even when grain is down. oes We Keep a Full Line of Repairs on Hand. See us when joa want Implements that gire Satisfaction. METAL SHINGLES Tpierooffosfarfwith and beautiful. i9 I I " Ticy'ast '? lifetime. never leak, are stormproof fl 71 fi4HX WsIssbsbsbW Xll TTTisvfcJ J'4 V ' iff .'.WWi II II III III NEVER NEED REPAIRS Miss Carrie Iloulden, who has been taking a missionary course at a western institution, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Crutchfield. Mr and Mrs C. II. Clark and children and Mr James I'. Ilourne, Jr., of Lex ington, spent Sunday with their parA Brief Mention ol the Comings snd ents, Mr and Mrs Sam Bourne. Golngi by Those Vri Aft Inttrtitcd In. Miss Mamie Stonnes Dunn was in Lexington to attend the Sayre Collrge Mesdames Robert Kmbry and J. S. Commencement and was the guest of Gilbert were in Danville recently. one of the graduates. Miss Ford. Mrs. Joe Bryant of Bryantsville has Misses Annio Mae and Ellen Walker, been n visitor of Mrs. J. C. Robinson. of Richmond, will itrrive the last of the cousin, Mr. Shirley Miss Katie Simpson has returned week to visit their Hudson, and to attend Chautanqua. homo after a visit to friends and relatives in Danville. Judge Homer W. Ilatson and sisters, Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, Mrs. L. D. and Miss Cecil liaison enjoyed a Mrs. M. K. Kirby have been recent motoring trip to Cynthiana to visit the visitors in Danville. e there. old Miss Nell Uournc has returned home Mrs. II. Clay Sutton was the recipivisiting her sister, Mrs. W. K. after ent of much socinl attention while in Warner in Stanford. Richmond Indiana, having .been an Miss Kcttie Kobinson, of our high honoree at functions given by Mesdanv school faculty, leaves Friday for her es Conkey, Hill and Realty. home in Campbellsville. President W. A. Ganfield of Center Mr. Harry Kainey has returned home Mrs. Ganfield, after a very successful term spent at College, Danville, and Sunday, of the were guests at dinner M. M. I. at Millersburg. Reverend II. S. Hudson and Mrs. HudMrs. Charles Oveistreet of Jessamine son at the I'resbvterian Manse. county has been visiting her parents. Mrs. Jack Casey, who was suddenly Dr. and Mrs. Elijah Evans. stricken vith appendicitis last week, Mrs. Emma Soper Wesley of Middle' underwent an operation at the City burg, has been a visitor of Mr. and Mrs Hospital, from which she is rapidly J. U. Soper on Richmond street. recovering. Danville Advocate. Mrs. E. C. Gaines entertained her The installation service for the Rev, brother, Mr. Claud Koyston of Chicago H. S, Hudson will be held t the' Pres at a noon day dinner on Monday. byterian church this coming Sunday Mrs. . Clay Sutton is at home sfter morning, several visiting ministers to several weeks' visit to her sister, present on the impressive occasion. Mrs. A. H. Rice at Richmond Ind. Miss Mattie Adatrs goes this week Misi Angie Kinnnird came Monday to make an extended visit to Virginia from Indianapolis where she is n teachand West Virginia, being gone for the er in the State D. and D. Institution. summer and spending tho greater part Miss Ida Mae Ilourne has relumed to of her time with her sister, Mrs. O, her home on the Danville road after a U. Terrill. at Richlands. Va. visit to Aliss Maud Arnold of Stanford. Dr. Elijah Evans was given a hand Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Conin and Mrs. some birthday dinner by ids wife on A. II. Ilastin have been recent visitors last Saturday, he having reached his in Crab Orchard at "Hotel, St. Iyon." 83th year, though still in comparative His health for his advanced age. Jude Homer W. Ratson and little daughter, Mrs. Charles Overstreet, of daughter, Nancy Phillips, of Louisville near Nicholasville, was here to cele are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. brate the hsppy event with her parents, Gossip About People nv Dav-idso- n, home-plac- Mr. Stephen A. Walker, of the Falls Messrs Lee and John Cook, of Lon- given and was a good exhibition of her City, has been here with his family. don, are guests of their sister, Mrs. J. unusual talen. Miss Ford has been a pupil at Sayre College for four year?, Miss Lillian Kinnaird has gone to R. Cornn. visit her sister, Mrs. W. R. Uuruside. Mr. Frank Sautley Hughes wa3 In and has many times delighted audiences with her readings, her year's work as Dr. B. F. Walter has gone to Klngs-vill- e Louisville this week, the guest of his a senior in expression under tho splen to practice his profession of den- brother, It. E. Hughes. . did training of Miss Michel showed to tistry. Miss Patsy Anderson has been spend- a very superior advantage. Iloth of Miss Elizabeth I'ettus, of Spring- ing several days with friends at the her selections were delightfully given field, is visiting Miss Mattie Adamson Richmond Normal School this week. and her dainty beauty and charai of Richmond Avenue. manner, added much to her numbers on Robert Tomlinson returned home Miss Levy Dunn, of Rryantsville, is from Lexington yesterday, where he the program. Especial- mention must be made of this young reader's wondervisiting Mrs. W. A. Price and other has been attending State University. ful voice which always charms her Lancaster relatives. Miss Mattie Adams, of the Richmond hearers and holds them appreciative Mr. L. L. Sanford and children were Normal School, made Her numbers were a short visit to and responsive. visitors the first of the week, of rela- her grandmother, Mrs. Richard Mc- - especially well chosen, and especially tives in Madison county, in "The Child" was her voice beautiful Grath. and appealing. The selection from Mr. Claud Royston returned Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Lyons and chilto Chicago alter a several days' visit dren, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slusher, all of "The Lion and the Mouse" showed dramatic appreciation." here at his former home. Frankfort, were the guests fast Sunday The Danvillo Messenger has the folMr. and Mrs. Robert T. Embry en- of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons. lowing to say of the Alumnae banquet; joyed a motoring trip to the Blue Judge M. I). Hughes who has been "The Alumnae banquet, hefd at KenGrass Capital on Tuesday. in Louisville for the past week is very tucky College for Women last evening Mr. II. E. Perkins, of Des Moines, much Improved in health and hopes to was attended by about seventy persons Iowa, was a visitor, Tuesday of Miss return home in the near future. and was one of the most enjoyable In Kathleen Walter, in Hill Court. Mr. J. K. Robinson leftyesterday for every detail, and those present will Mrs. Silas Moss spent Tuesday and Frankfort, where he, together with the long remember the hours spent in reWednesday inLexington, the guest of Democratic State Central and Execu- calling the happy days spent "at school tive committees, were guests last night In Danville". The menu, prepared her sister, Mrs. Anna Honaker. at a dinner, given by Gov. A. 0. Stan- under the supervision of Mrs Ruchanon, The Raptist women served refresh- ley. ., was delightful, while the of K.t s ments on the graded school campus last service could not have been improved. Messrs F. K. and J. A. Swope of Saturday afternoon and evening. Preceding the banquet, the undergraduLexington motored here Sunday to see ates came Into the hall and sang the Mrs. Joanna Gall is at home after a their grand-motheMrs. Zarelda Gul-lecollege songs. President Allen presidprotracted visit with her daughter, who continues ill at her home on and the following ed as toast-mastMrs. Rohon Campbell in Stanford. Hill Court. They were accompanied rpnnnfl(Hi: "ine heed . JUlm Ynuner W. C. Grcgson, and en by their friend, Mrs D. M. Lackey, who has been Flaig; "The Leaves". Roberta Collier quite ill, is somewhat Improved, much route home, visited the latter's sister, Elkin; "The Bud", Mary McDowell Mrs. Saltee of Harrodsburg. tu the gratificdtisn of her many friends Lowndes; "The Petals", Theresa BethMiss Charlie Elmore was hosters el; "The Daisy," Dorothy Mrs. M. F. Elkin left Tuesday for Sunday of a handsome dinner given at RallitT. Each speaker was roundly apher home in Lexington after a visit to her home in the west suburb. Covers plauded, as all were well prepared and Mrs Susan Salter and Mrs. R. F. were faid for twelve, the honoreea be- delivered. In her remarks. Mcj. Elkin Walter. ing Miss Rerthu Crabb, of Eminence, paid a pretty tribute to the late J)r. J. Dr. J. A. Amon was in Lexington Miss Sue Chenault and Mr. .Hume L. Allen, who founded Bell Seminary,' on Wednesday to attend a meeting of Chenault, of Richmond, Miss Webb of which was highly appreciated by those the Hoard of Trustees of Statu Uni- Nashville, Tenn.f and Miss Mamie S. prcjent who remembered them." Dunn of this city. versity. by Locnl Contrnctor8 or Cortri(ht Mctnl Kootlnjj Co. .p0 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Pn. New Line of Up-To-Da- te BUG v7 AND ALSO Frazier Road Zx.. ' Carts vim at prices right. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. TIRES. We handle See US in regard to putting on your RUBBER nothing but the best grade of rubber BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. Mr. Herbert Price, of Danville d Midshipman Lucien M. Grant goes, over, in company with other with a nuiubei of other Annapolis YOU'LL UNO IT IN THIS COLUMN friends, to the Garrard Capital Tues- students on their summer cruise, leavday evening. ing June Cth, their itinerary including Miss Mary May Walker, of Paint points as far south as Panama and Hemp Breaks made and Bold by W. Lick, has been, visiting Miss Minnie Cuba, and as far north as Portland, F. Parks. Paint Lick. Ky. Sample can May Robinson and attending the Com- Maine, lioston and Salem; the latter be seen at Hudson Hughes & Farnau. Hut-sopart of August will be rpent'in Hampmencement exercises. ton Roads and at the Southern Drill The following pupils have won n high Palmer Johnson, a, former Lancaster Grounds on the Virginia Coast. For Sale. Miss Sallie Lou Myers arrived Satdistinction in I'lano Mary Davis, Stella boy, is one of tho graduates of the urday from n 'several weeks' visit to Baby buggy In good condition, also a Mrs. W. A. Price is in Lexington toHenry Charlie Elvnore.Christine Poll'tt. Nicholasville High School, the Comher sister, Mrs. Richard Ware in day, Thursday, to attend the closing tricycle. Phone 379. Charlotte Pollitt. Vivian Make, Mary mencement to be held June 7th. Ala. exercises of State College, her son. Mr May and Elizabeth Walker.Mettie Far Residence and Shop For Sale. Miss Uernio Lenr who has been at- Charles Dunn, being one of the gradMiss Mabel Mason returns Saturday mer, Anna Ilritton Moss, Lillian Estes, Owing to my health will sell worth tending school at St. Petersburg Va., uates of that famous institution. to her home in Madison county, after Lav-rnVirginia Pearle Dickerson, having taught for the past year in the Walker, Ruby and Bessie Moss. and who has acquitted herself with Young Mr. Dunncompletesa fcuryears the money my residence and shop with honor is expected home this week. school. course, and has conferred credit not one ami half acres of land In Buena Lancaster The klnspeople und many friends here only upon his kinspedple, but upon his Vista. Shop has established, trade of Mrs. Frank II. Markaburv and Mrs. Mrs. Bruce Lawson and little son, community, by at his formtr home will regret very the fine record he has 28 years. Call or write John M. Mount and little son, J. M. Jr, much to learn that Dr. G. C. Faris was Clayton, will accompany Miss Mattie J. E. Scott, Buena Vista. made and the bright future opening up have been recent guests of Mrs. Logan stricken a few days since with append! Adams to Richl'nnds, Va., and make before him from the fact that he has Wood in Danville. operation is her sister, Mrs. Terrill a short visit. ' won a diploma from this celebrated citis and after a surgical FOR SALE Mr. John Caruenter loft Saturday for lying quite ill at u Denver hospital. Mrs. Herbert Price and Mary Lack- Lexington school. 11 acres of lard near Hyattsville his home in Red Rock Okla., after a Ills wife telegraphed that his physicians ey came over from Danville WednesMr. Charles K. Dunn, as one of the station on Kirksvillepike, Groom house pleasant visit to his son, Mr. Ollie R. give encouragement for his ultimate day and spent several hours with their graduates of the College of Mechanical and recovery. Carpenter and wife. invalid grand-motheMrs D. M. Lack und Electrical Engineering, of the UniFannie R, Russel, ey. versity of Kentucky, hod us his thesis. It. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster. Ky. design of a paiVjuutj Mooring milt. Mrs. Ray Orrell, formerly Miss Ethel the reDunn, visitiug here from Flordia, at Tiie manufacture of "parquetry" tended the Alumnae meeting held at the quires the use of special and acenrate 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on Midway School this she being a machinery. Parquetry is usually made of oak, either plain or quartered al- pike In good stction of Mississippi. graduate of that institution. though some walnut is made. In mak- 5.000 acres of Alfalfa and grazing lands Dr. McDowell and Dr. Cheek, two ing the plain oak stock a great deal of In Alabama near Q. & C. R. R. Write Danville divines, will conduct the InFood provided for tho family table dethe scrap that was fomerly thrown for description and prices. service at the Presbyterian stallation awav may be used,' Young Mr. Dunn J. E. Higginbotham, , serves the careful thought of every housechurch next Sunday morning. All are has been given a good position with a West Point. Miss cordially invited to be present or this Chicago Telegraph Cd. wife. Do you use thought when buying impressive occasion. baking powder? At tho handsome reception given by WANTED HORSES Miss Lula Simpson, who has been Dr. Crosslleld and Mrs. Crossfield at The quality of cake, biscuits and all quite ill for six weeks ami was operated Lexington to tho members of the Sen AND MULES. on in a Louisville hospital, hus returned ior class of Hamilton College, Miss quickly raised flour foods depends largely I am in thu market fnr Armv linraoa home and is now with her sister. Miss Mary Clay Wilhums. ot Tulsa. Okla. upon the kind of baking powder used. Elizabeth. Her friends are hoping for but formerly of this city, stood In the and mules, also cotton mules. Anyone hor complete recovery. receiving line, as one of the graduates having any to sell, let me know at' once Royal Baking Powder is made from W. U. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Arnlo James who recently carr.e of that famous Institution. is cream of tartar derived from grapes. Lancaster. Ky. Florida, accompanied by Mrs. Mrs W. I. Williams, who will bhortly from absolutely pure and has proved its excelHoward Ummcthun, and Mrs. W. S. arrive In the llluo Grass Capital, fron CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. Fish, of Stanford, were recent guests Tulsa, Okla.. to attend the Hamilton lence for making food of finest quality and will come to at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. College Commencement, The best and only real good shingle wholesomeness for generations. Lancaster for a iIt and will be ac on the market today, I have the exLear, on Lexington Avenue. young clusive agency for this shingle In Garby their popular companied Mrs. W. R. Todd who gave a very Royal Baking Powder contains no alum daughter, Miss Mary Clay. rard county and can put them on myfine entertainment lust Saturday evennor phosphate. A Lexington puper has the following self at a reasonable urlce. If you are ing as a close to a most successful term at head of the Expression Department paragraph about u Lancaster young in need of any roojlng or building of any kind, givo me a call, CO. ROYAL BAKING of the Lancaster High School, left for girl; "the pretty Miss Elizabeth Ford; C. S. Roop. visit to Stanford friends, after In a recitid at Siyro College, as a a short New York Carpenter and Contracter. which the Is to join her husband at graduate in expression, Miss Ford's part of lbs program was artistically Cartersvillf, Ky. Clinton, Tenn. J for sale: Study Food Values wk, It POWDER 1 he Central Record, Thursday June 1 , 1916. t sg35gsW; ., ,: t-J purptflel ' - - : : 3, The Creatett Rubber inltUUTei of the Age hye been dereloped In GOODRICH Ubentforiei, group of builduii iKlatedJaoil remote from'jSe Factory ,1K INTEGRITY HE greatest Word in the whole Lexicon of Commerce is NOT "Service!" It a INTEGRITY!" Because, that term embodies Good-faitDeoend- ability, the Intention to play fair, at any cost, as well as good Service. Its essence, so far as business is concerned, consists in living-u- p to the last letter of that Americanism, "The Square, Deal." It demands from its practitioners not only a due respect for the Right3 of Others (whether they be strong enough to enforce these Rights, or wak enough to be at the mercy of the strong) but goes further. It implies a charitable attitude toward those persons who see "Rainbows," and who cannot live up u) promises they really intended to keep. An Virtue is this "Business Integrity," sometimes crowded close to the Wall by that modern idolatry called "Business-ExpediencyBut, there being something MORE than Money, worth striving for, in Business-Expansio(as well as Money) this Virtue lives on, thrives and flourishes, in many quarters, like the Folk-Sonof a Nation that never die. "BUSINESS-INTEGRITYMay we here pay tribute to wherever it abides, and, with ,all duo modesty, CLAIM it as the Watch-wor- d which has ruled Goodrich Activities over 47 years of Rubber Manufacturing, Selling, and DELIVERING? h. well-meani- ng ." n, gs ," and the House i ehind the Tire -- This, exclusive of the Good-wil- l, Prestige, and Public Confidence that flows from 47 years consistent practice of such a Policy, which may well be worth as much "more, in personal satisfaction, to each Goodrich Stockholder, each enthusiastic Officer, and each loyal Employee of the B. F. Goodrich Co. But, "How does this Concern YOU, the Consumer?" you now ask. Straight-thinkinIt concerns you, first of all, as a prooj that Square-dealinPAYS, even in Coin of the Realm. and Eusineas-Integrit- y It concerns each Parent, and the Son and Daughter of each Parent, as a vivid demonstration of the fact tjiat the modern god of ''Expediency," is a false god, and that all the brilliant feats, and dexterous manipulation of facts, which pass current as "Expediency" are needless, for permanent Success. It concerns the Consumer of, or the Dealer in. Rubber Goods because he knoica that, in dealing with a House of Integrity he can TRUST the Statements, the Products and Trade-Mark- s, of such a House, implicitly, can save Time and Trouble and can abandon that costly and unpleasant Watchfulness which is necessarily involved in buying anything under the old Law of Caveat Emptor, (let the Buyer beware). g, g, .Goodrich "Barefoot" Tires in weight, and closo grained, because relatively free from inert substances or "fillers" that give excess Weight to Rubber. ot the expense of Liveliness, Springiness and Endurance. Tires, of black "Barefoot" Goodrich Safety-trea- d Rubber, nre therefore Lively, Springy, Clingy, and Long-live- d. E i UT, does thi3 Policy of Business-Integrit- y pay, n Dollars and Cents' ' tha Cynic may inquire. From even that standpoint we (to the growing youth of this country) YES ! it HAS paid even in material Success. Witness the Goodrich growth from a very small ''Acorn" indeed, to the 90 Square ACRES of Floor Space in the largest Rubber Factory of the World, at Akron, requiring 15 Square ACRES of Window-Glas- s v alone to light these Goodrich Factory buildings. -- Witness the Tire Output of 1915 which, if the Tires were placed flat on the ground in a row, would reach more than 1,400 Miles, 'from New York City to Omaha, although Tires are only one of the 267 lines of Kubber Goods made by Goodrich. Witness the present Staff of 18,147 People, who produce the 120,000,000 pounds of Rubber Goods, manufactured, marketed, and shipped, during the year, by Freight, from this Goodrich Factory, in addition to the 10,000,000 pounds manufactured and shipped by Express; from same Factory during same period. Contrast this Goodrich Rubber Goods Output, with the total Imports of Crude Rubber into the entire United States, during 1915, viz: 172.068,428 pounds, and the total WORLD Consumption of Crude-Rubbfor eamo year, viz: 142, 000 Tons, or 234,000,000 pounds ! Then, who shall question that the Goodrich Watchword and Policy, of "INTEGRITY FIRST" pays, even in material Results, cold-bloodmay-answeer therefore,, the largest Rubber Factory in the World (with a 47 and 47 years of Business-IntegritExperience in Rubber-Workindemonstration, and Sauare-dealint- r. TELLS you that Moneu can't buy BETTER Fabric Tires, at any price than Goodrich Fabric Tires at their very moderate bair List price, you can well ArrUKL) to believe it. When they tell you that nothing but Business Integrity prevents their charging you prices as high as those charged for other Makes of Tires, of no better quality, you can rely upon this: The difference in price is then a REAL Saving. It is the Cash Value, to you, of dealingwith a House which has made "Integrity" through 47 years of Rubber Manufacturing and Selling, and which has its Watch-icor- d to Expediency, never yet sacrificed Principle to Profit, nor Good-fait- h Then accept this SAVING which Goodrich Integrity brings to you every timo you buy the best Fabric Tires in America, at the following "Fair List" prices: Wl g) y, Through their high Pneumatic quality, they while stretching out Mileage, per to I Dollar invested, in n way that seta Users thinking, More than 200 different Makes and Brands of Auto Tirc3 were made and sold in U. S. A. last year, 1915, to the total extent of about 12.000,000 Automobile Tires, t Of that 12,000,000 total Tires, tho B. F. Goodrich Co. ' made and sold Yet, Tires are only one of tho 2G7 different lines made by the Goodrich Rubber Factory. This indicates why Goodrich Fabric Tires can be, and are, sold to Consumers (via. Dealers) at the lowest price in America per delivered Mile of Performance. Compare price-lion left column and seel give-"Pep- " Car-Actio- n, one-fourst 1 Goodrich Truck Tires REPLACEMENTS 1912 1913 1914 1915 Change-over- s as follows: to Goodrich 3,590 of other Maltca of Truck Truck,Tires during last ' C.357 10.725 14,000 r " ' e " ' " " " Goodrich 30x3 33x4 34x4 36x4 37x5 38x5 30 32 x "Fair-Li- st SAFETY-TREAD- S " Prices j $10.40 I to Goodrich tell their own storjr to tho thinking Truck Owner. ThoseChange-over- Goodrich Bicycle Tires ERR in America, tho B. F. Goodrich Coi was the first and largest Makcrof Pneumatic Bicycle Tiros, develoninir. among other Tiro called tho Palmer types, the famous "Thread-Fabric- " BLACK "BAREFOOT" 3 r- Ford Sizes - x oH 6 3 $13.40 $15.45 $22.00 $22.40 $31.60 ,$37.35 $50.60 H "Integrity" of Construction, and Square-Dea- l in Treatment of Consumers and Dealers, results in our holding this largest business in America on Bicycle Tires, aa well as on Truck Tires, and Automobile Tires. Bicycle Tire. Stretch it n thousand Times, to its cxtremo limit but BREAK it you CAN'T That is the sort of "SERVICE" which Goodrich, Integrity of Purposo and Policy, translates into. 1 lay, G1 Branch!from your nearest uoouncn Healer or a cample of 'black "Barefoot" Rubbcrto- - PAAIMlIinil f; THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, Oj s A TL? TL? "nP W TREAD rillf ' feBpllUIW RFS saw K- - ffiWi ran mm r i I -B :aii:!s M85gSg A Quarter Section, only, of the Goo3ncK Rubber Factory, if m m "KliM Om at Akron, the LARGEST in the World, with more than 90 Square Acre of Floor-Spac- e The Central Record, Thursday June 1,1916 Stop At The A SALE FOR CITY TAXES CAT. On Saturday June 3rd, 1916 at one o'clock In front of tho Court Honse in -..X Lancaster, Ky., I will sell for cash so O0flftftalalaastll much of the following described proper ty as will pay the city taxes for tho following years. Arnold. Lucy, It lot 1911 to 1915 $10.25 Allen George 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 10.51 Alcorn Maneroal 1 1914 to 1915 3.75 Heasley Andy 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 19.28 Ofilce at Ralney a Livery Stable. Doty, Ernest 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 15.25 Denton, Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 14.25 Lancaster, Kentucky Dunn, Allen 1 t tot 1913 to 1915 18.00 Faulkner, L 2 t lots 1911 to 1915 23.67 Harris W. II. 1 t lot 1912 to 1915 13.60 Johnson Joe 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 23.08 Johnson Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1913 11.07 KavanaUKh W 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 21.07 Kaufman Mat. 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 8.07 Miller, Iiessle 1 t lot 1012-13-- 15 9.39 J?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Nelson, John 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 42 51 Qlatiee Fitted". 8attifaetlon Guaranteed 5 Newiand Sara 1 t lot 5.50 Williams Jas 2 1 lots 1913 to 1915 13 90 O. IJUCK, M. C. L. I?y E. T. Buck. Deputy M. C. U Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. One Of Central Kentucky s FOR Best Values In Farms Offered For Sale. A 178 YOUNG FOLKS Things of Interest and Information to Boys and Girls. HANDSOME ANGORA CARDS. " D. Dr. Wm. Pryor, GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY; Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. It. E. Hughos, of Louisville, has placed In our hands for sale, his farm of Kayanl Safid, Which Won tha First acres, one mile from the Lancaster Court House on the Ixington pike. PrUa at tha Attantlo Cat Club Show, mile on the Lexington pike and one mile on the Sugar Creek Fronts New York Punl.a and Gamea to pike. Formerly part of the blue grass farm of the Dcazley Brothers, recent Test tha Skill of Solvere. owners of McGrathlnna Farm In Fayette county and now owners of ShenanMost children, especially the girls, Lexington. doah Farm, near would bo glnd to hnvo such n beautiful cat as tho animal shown herewith. This Hughes Farm Is As Rich As Double Cream. ICnynnl Bafltl li tho nnmo of tho beauIt has been Improved by the present owner and made richer yearly with tiful creature. It won first prize at a the Idta In view of erecting a homo thereon, for a family residence, but a de- recent cat show held In New York city, cision just made not to leave thu metropolitan districts and an excellent oppor nmt Ha owner vnliipq It nt n fnlmloin tunity offered to Invest tho money now h the farm In his home city to a much better advantage has changed his plans, hence this advertisement. More Than Thirty Dollars Per Acre In Improvements 110 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Put On In Past Two Years. J. GREENBERG, Manager. BLEUCHER 1 46158. Record 2:291, Trial 2;1U. Half llrother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 J. Trotter, llrown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaletl Standard Registered Vol. 18. Il.tk Nlfht I no 8eareh -- i Hire ol : I rni auaii. iiriviiiii.nl Ii. rk Wllkt j 9Mi. Vali.e Jetinjr Clay Ureal broo'l mare ' l'M. . Je Nll.nl DriMt Wlti llrcorl frenf liillr llurk Alejoii' tm, :I7 Irani ci, aani.ol mnitir Il.rrTdl.r Mir o NT u u 3 w llrrwk 1 JWT'l. UJy 3.10, eta. Claj-- tM). Mnt.; sft. Mlw Mrk 3.1.;, Krama , Z.trlti. .!, Hclllirosk H. in ol I..I. Willi ill 3ttf lilraehrr l:wH. If, ill!: mil ol h.ll sl.ter la Hllfiit liruiik ol l.rlamf (jl W. Xnrwnoil Hell Hr Norwooi 51, ( ll.ron Wllke. IT, til. I Klr.nl u lnJ:lo, etc. . Moko HIS: Vorke (queen Kili.l. Hire ul Itreiide Kerno SwIIJ. nj eirainmnre 11.11. it) Dim ol Hump. 1:U. Hll Hllr.r Milk III :; t Sn.l. I Wllkei Mllwjo.l U0.J.JI, Monrlon (l n, tic. SlrentCarl Iletlr hi i.i; ilkcJ(l Clar 11.11 Hlit.r to nu.ni l vemij- - uiax llriMk 1 :iS. Itnldla Clnr lie ll.rrr Cl.T Ml.. ,! t.lll ITI.v ll.miilHll.nl Ilrook Urn nl I'ru. J.JiS3:1S. Itwldle Clay (I) a.i,.ete. ( ! ( r Ht Klmo3;s. (lrrat llrooil Mare. . II IV..-3U- acres in grass. acres In fresh cultivation following meadow. , large chicken house, dwelling, with largo yard and garden. cistern and fenced-iconcrete silo. Barn that will hold 12 acres of tobacco. New corn crib. g circular concrete pool, fed by underground pipe from spring. lights by deed to water from big rpring on adjoining farm. Virtually cleared of stumps during present ownership. New cross fencing divides farm Into four convenient fieldi. Has had recent benefit of more than a car load of artificial fertilizer ard grazing cattle, as well as manure spread from fattening cattle fed in barn past b months. fiH Four-roosmoke-house200-tonever-failin- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Honker Fine Cut FJowers. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1916 as far as reported. Mt, Sterling, July 19- -4 davs. Winchester, July 2C- -4 days. Harrodsburg, July 'Si I days. 1 John M. McRottbrts. M. Best Available Farm Close To Lancaster Market. New road construction, under State supervision, of Lexington pike gives tho farm a boulevard frontage. Offered As A Whole For $26,700, or Divided. 63 acres in front, now In fresh cultivation, following meadow, with spring and concrete pool, fronting on both Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes. One of the finest sites In Central Kentucky for a homij. $10,000. 125 acres In three field;, 110 acres grass and 15 acres In fresh cultivation mile on Sugar Creek pike; following meadow, having a frontage of dwelling and outbuildings, barn, corn crib, silo and pond included In this acreage. $17,000. Or. will divide front C3 acres Into two tracts: 25 acres at corner of Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes (nearer Lancaster) containing spring and concrete pool, for $5,200; 28 acres, fronting Lexington pike, transferring deeded rights to spring Just over fence on adjoining farm West, fcr $5,200. LIBERAL TERMS: Reasonable cash payment and bankable notes, Phone, write or call in person for further facts. HUGHES & SWINEHROAD, Real Estate Agents. Lancaster. Kentucky, three-fourth f I'lioto by American frees Association. CIUMl-lO- RATANI SAFID. III. Silent Ilroolc 197G!t, 2:10, sire of Ililly llurk 2:031. Meadow Brook Shaavbsy 2:071, Zarrine 2K)7, Iletty Ilrook 2Mi. Emma Ilrook 2:091. I.ady Ilelltirook 2:10, flutter Ilrook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10!, Margaret Bathgate (I) 2:111. etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (I) 2:07L etc. Ilia dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Roddie Clay 2:25i. and was grandam of I'ruu 2:21 J. Moko 21157, aire of Fe'eno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Ilrcnda Yorke (3) ZWl. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:011, Native Hello (2) 2:071 (Futurity winner) (3) 2:081 (champion (Futurity winManrico (3) 2.-0ner.) Silver Silk (1) 2:0S, Susie .V. (3) 2KW (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10. Mobel 2:10J. Mochester 2:101. Momatter 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc Sireddamsof The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:03. Martha Tipton (1) 2:091. O'Nell (3) 2:131, etc Brother to Humps 2:031. llaron D. 2:10, etc Uleucher 46163, record 2:291. trial milo 2:U,half In 1:W, last quarter in He 32 seconds, U a handsome, seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good lire Silent Ilrook and is out of Clayo, by thu great Futurity sire Moko, Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and .wo may expect better prices for our horses In the future. Our advice to mare owners Is to breed their mares and to breed them ti stallions of meritand proven worth ns sires. Bleuch er Is juit the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven Tine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and contormation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1916 at my stable in J,.tlt. price tor a cat. Ansoni Is In Turkey nnd In noted for the production of Angora cat. The Persian cat nnd the Aurora nrc much the snmo and niny bo snld to be thu same species of cuts, although In the old days distinction!! were drawn. Cats make very good playfellows when tlicy ore youns, but old pussies are likely to scratch If rouehly t rented. Most animals resent unkludncss and respond to good treatment, so It is wise n well as right to bo kind to all creatures. Unhappy Fish Familiee. Ouo of tho leisous the aquarium keepers liavo to learn Is not to put different kinds of fiflies In the same tank without considering the compatibilities. Pishes commit murder and Indulge' in cannibalism with nlarmlus frequency. Their morals, like tboso of some otber vertebrates, are no bet Nat-otbay. C years old and full 1(1 hands high, weighs ter than they should be. ITshcs of tho Jr., is a rich red 1225 pounds and It a horse of wonderful beauty, having a long, rangy neck and saino species when kept In aquarium carrying a fine tail. He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action tanks must usually bo of about the size or tho Very fmiairoacs "may" and like all sons of old Naboth he has great datura speed in harness. As is' samo mbslng. generally known there Is a scarcity of good horses, and those suitable for the turn uplike to cat fish and Mcnerally Fish Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise 'Number-one- " Lancaster, Kentucky, at do so when they get tho chance. horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires. Naboth, Jr., beWhen fishes of tho same size fight yond all doubt is a horse that will produce the type of horses that the market axnonsr themselves It is necessary to He has size. sort out the chief aggressors nud locate which the public is willing to pay high prices. demands, and for theyi elsewhere, says tho Now York style, action, beauty and breeding. Zoological Society Ilullctin. experi If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to ence teaches the keepers what, com Naboth. Jr. You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Naboth.Ham-bletonia- n binations can bo made without losses 10. Old Messenger Chief, Red Wilkes, George Wilkes, Mambrino of specluoDS. I will alto stand this beautiful Shct Chief. Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. Tha Horaa and tha Da by. land Stallion for the season of 1 91 G at Pedigree. Contrary to the common notion, tbo my stable In Lancaster, Ky at Natoth. Jr.. by Naboth, 10010 2:19, ho by Walsinglmm, 21CC, sire of arorase horso at any time dlslfs.es to run over and trucnplo upon another Latitude 2:191 and several others in the list. Walsingham by George Wilkes. Old Naboth'a first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 10G son of Hamble-tonia- n. creature, cspeciairy a Human being. Colt. To Insure A Living $10. Thcro ts a very old atory worth re aBBaBYKavil'-iX.iMSBaSteBBSecond dam, Iless sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian. timing: A llttlo tot of thrco or four- Third dam, Jessie Sayrc by Harry Clay 15. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of years slipped away from the house I am prepared to take caro of mares Lance, by American Eclipse. through an open gate, nnd crossing the Men re on grass at 10 cents a day. Naboth Jr., will be kept during the season of 1916 at my stable near farm lane to Clio paddock gate manag Bryantsvillu on the J, 11. Dunn farm and will be permitted to servd mares at ed to open an easy latch as It had seen tallied on colts for service fee. Its father do. The spirited aulmnl the very low price of within tho inclosurc, when so liberat Is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent Money due when mare ed., commonly dashed out and up to tho bam for Its nccustomcd feed. Tbo accidents but not responsible should any occur. thlljl stood directly In the gateway. At the same time and place, I will stand my fine Jack, and the horso in n wild gallop rushed towfird 1L Tlio mother In the kitchen door witnessed the senile and thought Ky. to n-- tier baby killed Dy tuo irou shod Phone at $S.00 to Insuro a living horse colt and $10.00 to insure a living mare colt. Uor, but when tho animal almost Napolion Jr.. has proven a great breeder as all of his colts show for them rKtcbeil tho child it leaped blgti in the air aad over tho youngster's head. selves. Also at same timo will stand my beautiful spotted pony. Taylorsville, August 1 days. days. Henderson, August Paint Lick, Kentucky. dayB. Danville, August Derea, August 2 3 days. Blue Grass Pair, Lexington, August Jl. Casey, D. V. M. 7 0 days. Uniontown, August days. Veterinary Fern Creek Fair, IJuechel, August 9 4 days. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary days. Mt. Vernon. August liurkesville, August 9 I days. College. Perry vllle, August 9 3 days. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. Speplierdsville, August 151 days. Owensboro, August 155 days. Brodhead, August 10 3 days. Fair, Sanders' August 16 4 days. FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Ewing, August 173 days. Ofilce Over National Bank. Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford, Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 August 23- -3 days. Columbia, August 224 days. LANCASTER. KY. Frankfort, August 294 days. Bardstown, August 294 davs. Nichotasville, August 293 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Aug ust 295 days. Elizabethtown, August 293 days. Barboursville, August 303 days. J. PATRICK, Dentist.)'!' 15 23 John 85 Surgeon. 93 ,J. ft. Beazlev Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. NABOTH, JR. County Court Days. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, lBt. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor,day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday-Georgetow3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday", Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday, G. C. COX, Manse,Ky "SV Office: Office Hours M. K. Denny anil W.A. Wheeler f. Doctors Of Dtntal Surgery. Slormei Building orei Hon A Aader ichi'a urnltare store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY; TREES Garden. Write for free Catalogue. Fruif and Shade Trfies Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and No Agts $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. H.F.Hillenmoycr & Sons. Lexington, W. B. BURTON, Kentucky. 191ff 95. Lancaster, NAPOLEON, JR., $10. Insure REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. Ilex Denmark CrliEicra Paninark, 610. Mare by Blar ol llie VVe.t cn ITS US Met Metwnatd MJ Liicj Mack tl'ai.. Iltlaek Squirrels. by Ol.l Star I0A. Pari. Moulroa UriU Hoae KM . MdI Hp l.y Aarlou I'culilug- - (lull llello.nil Ilea P. lit;. 4th dam "Air Ball." Living Colt. Tie gamo of rxlr ball Is played as.fol- to lows: A string is stretched across the I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, but room at tuo ncigut or Hireo or tour no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committed to my care (Vet The players divide Into sides and Hue up oh each side of tbc string. TIn air ball Is then throwu up, the game being to keep It lu the air back ward aud forwaal over the string. so that it ft falls It will fall on tia I wish to thank my friends for their patronage In the past and ask for a Mtsjr side's camp. It ougtit to be tapped wllti the back of tho fingers and continuance of same during this season. not bit hard. ThU game can bo very eieiUaj and boisterous. Shdbark Jr., at ill Ira 1841. The undersigned hereby g'va warn--in- g to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fa) lest extent of t- - law. Hunters and. POSTED L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. HIH More Silo f ' j liulut'ti Uhlcrtala SM. I Mara lij- - Moia Ito.e SiK by Urennon. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167. Polly and Dick. Toll and Dick! Poll? and Dlck- fTlin old clock sua! when tl 3IJ tick. Norver a word about llaby Pelt OnV" out tha two It know ao wen. Potlr was ruiwuatr. so waa Dick. old clock mockcl at tho two As flier 8rH on chalra la frail of tbo clock. Waling-- (or ttw mlnut-r- to to. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price R. L. Elkfn Mrs. Rebecca J. West, JV. It. Cook. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn. J, P. Bland. J. C, Morgan, Long Bros J. 11. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. Vi, L Lawson and son- - Howard King. Miss Carrie Uoulden, J. II. Rlgsby. John Richardson, J. C. Rlcsby. A. C. Miles, J. B. Woods. 11. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. David Steven. B. L. Kelly. S. C. Rlgsby. Frank Thompson. U. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar Jerry Bland. Wo will add other names for 25 cent J. It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse belongs to n family of champions, his sire. Kex McDonald being the world's champion of champions. On his dam's Bidu ho trace to Montro.u who was champion for eighteen years. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, short back. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. I have He also has the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse that ever had In my stable. ItUX McD. is a show horse In harness as well as under the saddle. Vou Ho will not make n mistake In breeding your good marea to this horse. can make the season I By Chester Peavine 3184, by RexPeavine 1796; dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53. Will make the season at my place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure. AH tha Less Money ToMy and Dlckl Pollr d Dick!" Sdj) tHo eM clock wrfea It dU tick. 'Tlraclnv nj chining around vlth a stick. Am, oriArvu. aharoo an yo. Poll and Blokr At 1 $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. will also stand my walking stallion.- J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. J . RICHMOND, KY. j A TRAININU SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courf leading to Elementary, InlernietltaU) and Ufa be like waa RabJaOent IVtrvrrlt (hhia haVe I heard h,U ThM Oiat tear cjtM, lha prwlona at, Rika floTA, that mis luufeMr. never rat. "Wha-uw-t Malta no deal (of a til without getting our figures' and futures. Wa Ijiva mare and better aaxhorage. buttneher door frame. Steal. hinged, .feur.lalch door. Stoel atop ladder, tap every I S inchee. TJeHer com para. Jira eonrtnjctioo duauflhput. cash. fOKn and Dlckl Tha aid clock -- GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt stallions In Ken1'KINCE ALBERT, one of tho best CLYDESDALK Intucky will uleo make the season at my barns at tha low price of J10.00 to farm horses. sure a livlrg colt. This Is tho kind to breed to for mule mares and good JACKS at At the Bame time and place will also stand two extra w!ll mako tha present season $10.00 i ach to 'usura living colts. All this stock at my farm lie r Taint Lick, Ky. every care taken to Mares vill bo l.ept on grass at reasonable rates and prevent accidc its, but will not be resion.ibla should any occur. Tha "retrali you'll when It dt ttela, !ias aacti otW go mora. onoa ofaln yon may play on the -floor l" Record. rld roily and WrW Get Our Prices Before You Buy y7 Our Jirei arttaraeril oftav.a and as. urea ana meu.f ..Kas and aparati.a apfi mean mere lio for lew neinjr tKaa eSoceinjmajr caa you. . Are You a Woman? tiadlil4 sr let o with Jrov. it N. W. ROGERS. Phone-Pa- int Lick Eichaoe. Faint Lick, Kentucky, Certificates. Valid In all lubUa Schools of Kentucky, bpeclal Courses and ICavlew Course.. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model sclioul, ucf manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. Pint Term irymnultuo. September 7, t'ecoml Term November 10, Tlilrd Tem January 23, Fourth Term April S, Summer School opens June Jl, Catalogue Pre, j. , cittuuii, IWdeni. Jeffarson SchoofLaw. i iiGaiii The Woman's Tonic FW SALE AT ALL DAUWtSTS r . .. iiiibIuhmiwLh( Bituf.r.pto.o,iliiv.M flfclfr' Li KENTUCKY SILO j tMtoUmiirt.ull.ra fDtfEEAKEB, Scc'y, vnrVjH J CO. W. P. Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. UHOTT LitCIc, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday June For Sale. 1 1916. LOWKLL QUITE SPRINGLIKE. 'S COLUMN a.rti blow Ihti ticaUntl fot mt aieln. Irr niw olonrltmr iiibitlleri. nd It lor lha Ml ol atoek, (tain and auch thins on lb ItLtmtt cauuot afford to adrcr f&rmr tta.' No nolle will bit cplkd otef tour Una., and will txontf luwo li.nci of lha itoko, r.aotcharia Sam Cotton has two good milk cows for.sale. tbfl SALE A nlco Duroc boir. Miller McCormick, It F D 2. k RooilJrefli6g FOR SALE-Th- ree Preach- biitl calves, J II Thompson eriville. you want Strawberries by the crate, Ration, halt gallon or quart, phone Walton E. Moss. If For new. SALE-Br- om cultivator. Rood as Price reasonable. S. II. Estes. Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let out on shares. " Geo. T. Brown, II. F. D. 3. FOR SALE. -- 20 Rocd, fresh milk cows, also 20 Yearling, two year old Walton E. moss. jersey heifers Fou Sale Some nice, young red cows, fresh and good milkers. Nice sow and pigs. J. W. Elmore. Tom Ray, of Sycamore Valley, has for sale, three cows with young calves and three sows and pigs. All good ones. Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at 60c Qlrl Qelng'te Mr. Lloyd King Is visiting friends A Papular Suit Far th per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. Warm Cllmaa, and relatives in London. J. B. Lawson, Stanford R. 4. Gaberdine Is still In the lead for , Phone Lancaster exchange. Mr. T. R. Kuhlmsn made a business spring costumes, along with serge and to Cincinnati, Tuesday. taffeta. This Interesting suit la dovel. trip Strayed to my place about April 21st Mr. Alex Lyttle sold a fine Jersey a steer weighing about 450 pounds. cow to Mrs. Jim Leo last week. Owner can have same by proving propMr. Enos Davis sold a bunch of hogs erty and paying for this notice and his to Mr. Mason Dunn of Madison, R. M. Moss, keeping. 6.11-3Bryantavllle, Ky. Mrs. Homer Chestnut Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V, Peyton. Time to Consider. Miss Jessie Parks closed a successful When a younc man discovers that a girl's slggllng doesn't Irritate him, he term of school at Logan's Chapel on Friday. Is in danger. Knickerbocker Press. Mr. Wm Early who lias been visiting Fated. relatives here, returned to his home in Mrs. Outlate "What became of the London Saturday. cuckoo clock?" Outlate "The cat ate , Mrs. Jim Lee and Mrs. Lena and Master Earl Maurice Brown were the guests of Mrs. C. B. Todd, Friday, Chicken Most Desired. No amount of sentiment will make Mr. Elmer Brown entertained quite the first robin as welcomo as the first a number of friends Saturday evening spring chicken. in a most delightful manner. Misses Ida and Cora Hurte are at To Make Yourself Unpleasant. Another way to make yourself un borne for their vacation, having finished pleasant Is to sympathize with a man their schools at Sycamore and Bright'a about something he didn't know was Bend. the matter with him. The following were the pleasant guests of Miss Lou Kuhlman Tuesday Meant for evening. Misses Ethel Mae Davis, Anemone Is meant for "wlndflower," as It Is so delicately poised that It Abbie King and Glatha Anglin and swaya with the slightest motion of the Messrs Wm Early, Wm Metcalf, John Land, Elmer Brown. atmosphere. 310-B- $795. -- OAKLAND-$795. 1 Six Cylinder, 35 H. P. both roadster and five passenger, lO inch wheel base vac-um- 32x3 tires, non skids on rear, Electric n Starter, and gas tank on rear, Stewart holstery. Weighs 2200 pounds and operates 20 miles on gallon gasoline. We guarantee it For further particulars see feed, one-ma- n top, full leather up- If LANCASTER MOTOR CAR CO., LANCASTER, or KY. " Conn Phone 1 1 8c Taylor, Coming Fifth Day of Dally Thought. PAINT LICK The happiness ot your llfo, and Its power, and Its part or rank In earth or In heaven, depend on the way you Mr. John Butner was a recent visitor Eggs For Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn, pass your days no,v. Iluskln. in Cincinnati. Route 1, has some pure Brown Leghorn Miss Maurine McLin has been a reeggs for sale. 15 for 50 cents, 100 for Genius Always Dusy. cent visitor in Richmond. $3.00, 200 for $5.00. The man who knowa what to do, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods spent d when to do, how to do and has the Monday in Nicholasville. 100 foot tobacco bed; also an oak grit to do Is never seen presiding over book case with glass doors and change- a Besslon ot the Sons of Mrs. Guy Rice has been visiting in Rest able shelves for sale. Apply to Richmond the guest of Mrs John Terry. Will S. Mrs. John White of Nicholasville is To Keep Prosperity. Another way to keep prosperity ti the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. G. For Sale: Twenty nice Poland Woods. AH subject to to scatter It around whero It will China gilt and boars. have a chance to grow up with the Mrs Fannie Walker of Lancaster register. country. Atlanta Constitution. was tne guest of relatives Friday and Mark Coins. Marksbnry, Ky. Saturday. As One Man to Another. For Sale: One sorrel j Miss Mattie Woods who graduated "Woman are my weakness, that's the past week from Madison Institute pony, wen DroKe; also one yearling all," explained the confessed bigamist. Is at home. pony. Will sell cheap. However, he said It privately to the Miss Anna Belle Burnside. Miss Jeanette Eldridge will be the police ciptaln ho didn't let any of guest of Miss Delia Tinder in LancasFOR SALE Yellow Yam Sweet Po- his wives hear blm. ter for Chautauqua. tato Plants at 20c ts per hundred. Little Miss Diana Woods was the Mrs. S. C. Henderson, Phone No 40, Husbands Outclass Riches. week-enguest of Miss Elizabeth BryPaint Lick Exchange. A census taken lo a Institution disclosed tho fact that the ant at Bryantsville. LOST About one mile on Buckeye dear girls were more Interested In seMisses Alma and Marv Lear have repike, clutch for motorcycle. Finder curing husbands than riches. Another turned from a delightful trip to Louis write, Louis Goins, Lancaster, Ky. demonstration, obviously, of tho fallacy ville and Birmingham. of the higher education. and receive reward. Miss Ava McWhorter visited tier cousin. Miss Cleone McWhorter, from Saturday until Monday. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge, who has been teaching in Stanford nas returned home for the vacation. Misses Willie and Veda Williams are visiting tbeir grandmother, Mrs. Price MO. STr Williams near Ruthton. Mrs. Louis Guyn has returned from Shelbyville, where Bhe has been visit ing her mother, Mrs Fitzpatrick. T KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPKtAL, e.n.MIa. ol all at.al. ,U,bU U.hl.d. Master James Riddle has returned caacSat, radial. kair can and PuUaaa ilt.par.. will (.. Uaion Station LouU.UIa M.odar, Urn I Ilk, at iOjQO p,aa", an mtIt, at SU LauU Tuaadar. Juaa 13 Hi at home after spending several weeks ' 7i40 a. m. dar bafar Uia CaaTaia. witn his grandmother at Kingston, SPECIAL. ROUND TIWP FAKES IN EFFECT Mrs. Andrew Cochran of Whites For sleeper r.tarvaiiona or furtbar Information call, "write-ophono Station, is the guest of her daughter. R. r. PENN. T.P.A. H. L. SWEENEY. CP. A. Mrs. O. C. Rucker and Mr. Rucker. LouUtUI., Kr. Both PkoM. 1134 LouU.tll.. Ky. Mrs. T. R. Ramsey and Mrs. Givens Terrill of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. Burdette Ramsey on Tuesday. Mr. Reid Lear came up from Mid dlesboro Thursday and accompanied Mrs. Lear and handsome sons home on Friday. ld d Danville, Ky. 5 for Demonstration. a Uf.. SHINES. B A XIW DEMON. act oft with many pearl buttons and square patch pockets that harmonize with the deep square yoke. The roll collar Is also smart, as Is tbo dashing black and white turban. oped In white gaberdlno Synonymous Terms MILLINERY "The Canvas College" The University of the People Inspiration, Recreation and Popular Education. Tips About 8prlna Hats That May In- - Democratic National Convention LOUIS, L. H. & St. L. L. & N. R. R. OFFICIAL TRAIN r the Chautauqua $m 2 mte g wStm Christine Metcalf entertained their embroidery club on Wednesday afternoon in a delightful manner. Misses Docia and Miss Stella McWhorter, who has been a succesiful teacher in the High school at Paintsville, came home Monday for was last year that the Tognea for patent leather straw that was glazed and ribbon that was lacquered made their first appearance, and since then an avalanche of shiny material has been thrust upon us, but we have wel comed it Paquln was tbe first to in troduce leather for dress trimming, and soon followed whole garments of leather. The revival of skating in creased tne popularity of sucn garments. Spring will show no abatement In the vogue for shiny materials. Already bare the bright hned velvet sports suits arrived for southern wear, with their trimmings of leather. Whole leather coats aro also to bo worn for motoring or for wear with the striped skirts of velvet for general sports wear. But. returning to the bats, when tbe straw Is not treated with a bath of lacquer tho shiny bamboo Is used to make both large and small shapes or, better still they are formed of tho ordinary oilcloth. Many of tbe straws In tbo large sailor shapes are woven of two different colors and In a checkerboard effect. These will prob ably be very good for morning wear In the late spring and possibly for the summer also. When the bats aro not made of shiny materials tbey are usually of tho most diaphanous silks and crapes. Fruit and flowers are to be used In profusion, while wholo birds made of bilks, crapes and glazed materials are considered smart, but these are "mnn made" affairs and fashioned from tbe feathers of tho barnyard fowls. Pigeons and eagulls are to bo perched on the very top of the small high bat tho Collar Claan. A great deal of Illness can bo traced to tho cellar. Tbo cellar nut unusually opens Into the kitchen, and tho kitchen Is heated while- - the cellar Is not Fol lowing natural laws, tho cold air of tbe cellar rushes to take tbo placo of tho warmer and therefore lighter u!r of tho kitchen. This would be all right If tbe air or tho cellar were pure, but often It is not Partly decayed vegetables may le there or rotten wood. A day should bo taken to throw out all dirt, rotten wood, decaying vegetables and oilier accumulations. Brush down the cobwebs and give tho walls and celling a good coat of whitewash. If a whitewash brush Is not at band take an old broom aud spread tho whitewash on thick aud strong. It will sweeten up tho air lu the cellar, the parlor and the bedrooms, and It may save tho family from the ofllictions of fever, diphtheria and doctors. Chocolate Marguerites. Materials: Baltlncs. one cupful gran ulated sugar, cupful water, white of one egg beaten stilt, one square chocolate, walnut meats. Utensils: ran. egg beater, saucepan. bowl spoon. It tsrait You. THE REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA. up-to-da- the vacation season. airs Jonn tiright ot Stanford came over the past week to see her mother, Mrs. Burdette Ramsey, who continues ill at the home of her son, Mr Burdette Ramsey. Miss Katharine Price, of Paintsville, who is a student at the Normal school in Richmond, wus the guest of lier cousins, Dr. and Mrs. II. J. Patrick for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker are re- Kp BHH JSBl junBsH BHE9 FRANK TJMtANK ;sii BPPHIF KRYL, BAND LEADER AND 80L0IST. other great urguulzatloiis. lie la a ,rot1" .f lHlr Kryl. tbe famous band leader aud cornetlst, He will be day of Chautauqua week uero , with bis band of eighteen players. 8 ceiving congratulations over the arrival of u line eight pound boy in their homo on May 22nd. The young man lias been christened Andrew. The W. C. T. U. will observe "Flow- er Mission" at their regular meeting, Friday afternoon, June 2nd at three o'clock at the Christian church. Visitors cordially invited. "iVe are sorry to state that Mr. Pal Rogers continues quite ill at his home on the Wallace Mill Road and it is feared that conditions may arise that will make an operation necessary. Mrs. A. B. Estridge was called to Louisville Sunday by tbo illness of her niece. Miss Sallie Block of London who recently underwent a serious operation in one of the Louisville hospitals. Mrs. E. L. Woods, Mrs. II. J. Pat rick, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods, Misses Sallie Woods and Ilalllw Uoystoh attended the Commencement exercises of Madison Institute In Richmond last Wednesday. community To any citizen of an You owe it to your growing boy and girl to give them a Chautauqua Education You owe it to your wife to give her a Chautauqua vacation from the year round routine of home cares. You owe it to yourself to get the recreation, the entertainment the inspiration, the broadened horizon which come from attending a Redpath Chautauqua. te A VACATION AT OUR VERY DOORS. V Directions: Brown saltlues In oven Boll sugar and water until It balri Orate tbe chocolate. Pour sugar sirup on beaten white of egg. Add cboco late. Drop on crackers: place half a walnut meat on each. The Redpath Chautauqua Opens Here years ago played with Inuess' Hand aa soloist He has also played tbe French born vita the Chicago Symphuuy Orchestra and KUVL Jefferson School Law. Lancaster Ky., June 2 to 7th Mrs. Mid Ross was hostess to the Nickel Club on Wednesday afternoon cuvfLrrt: two yuh cuciuk. h .inLLJJ. Ink from tlire to six. The beautiful lawn unJ irrra.i.a.l. v nf .DMMOvt. I. Bue. hutm fur bar. la wsLthe scene of the function and after Iltwtrl btmi. TwHfea lltLUuftl.lot n.aiwl spending some time over their fancy rn.il pratt. fvriinotoaa Itrltuic f .BuWln. llH bwaifaj Ja3rua stmtlr Ut Irwt. rlia work the guests were served a delicious ELLWTT rENNDAKEB. Sec'y, UwTult, ifr ice course. June 2nd and Closes the 7th.