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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 15, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916061501_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 15, 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. PURE REMOlOh, UNI A RNISH ED DEMOCRACi AND GOOD OOVERNilENl. 1 TWKN'rr SKVENTII TIAFt. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE Hand Us That $. The Park U looking it beat, of beauty. soy beans, cans nnd millet sted for lAle by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Cow 5,1 9 6. 1 NUHBKR II. ALEX thing WALKER SELLS LAN- CASTER ELECTRIC LIGHT pen, Exchanged by mistake, a splendid umbrella in Male House's barber shop last Saturday. Owner can get same by paying for this notice and calling M. D. Hughes, Lancaster Ky. i PLANT. ' 0 '. WINNING HONORS AT SCHOOL. s, Here June weddings have started In it Is said they will continue until the end of the month. Who's next? nnri ST.L0UIS CORPORATION PURCHASERS. Deering Binders. .We are headquarters .for Deering Binders, Mowers, Rakes and We have It and the price Is GUARANTEED. TWINE, POST and GUSTEN SLAGER BUGGIES. Everything in the Hardware Line. and you will need Our flour Is guaranteed to please you. It is not bleached or adulterated in anv way. In sacks or barrels. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Farmers should attend to their wheat in such a manner as to Insure the highDo not shock and est market price. stack your wheat in a haphazzard way and expect the best price. This live bit of wisdom take-T- ry today a Stone's Wrupped Cake Juit like Mother used to make. 10c at Curreys and lhats no fake. Mr. Roosevelt puts from him the nomination of the Progressives. Their candidate he will rot It l well for him, it is well tor the Republican. It Is well for the country that he de Thomas and McCormack MOWERS and RAKES. Joy Rider Cultivators. if I1 Ollnes the nomination. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. The navy at present needs fully 80,000 men, and Ihe enlistments au thorued by the House bill must be greatly enlarged to provide that num ber. We have serviceable war vessels lying idle in the navy yards, while the Pacific and Asiatic fleet! are short alike of ships and men. The Lancaster Electric Light Com pany, through Its proprietor and sole owner, Mr. Alex Walker, will pass In to the hands of the St. Louis Light and Development Co., July 1st. 1916, as a result of a deal which was consumated last week at St. Louis. The franchise or contract which Mr. Walker has with the city of Lancaster will expire in July 1917. Until that time it will be run by Mr. Hoy Schooler, of this city, who recently leased It of Mr. Walker, the new owners assuming the contract made with Mr. Schooler for the period of one year. The St. Louis firm also owns and con- troll the Danville Light, Power & Traction Company and in talking to its manager, Mr. Geo. A. Irvine, of Dan- il h. I us th't ii tn pvpnt that tlmy snould Ue granted tlie that Is now being offered for sale, the power may be brought from the Danville plant The price paid Mr, Walker was $12,000. Mr. Itobert C Ntvius, age 15 and oldest son of Mr. a,id Mrs. C, 11. is winning some honors at his school at Huntsville Ohio, that his young friends and former schoolmates will be glad to know. In a recent spelling contest with over four hundred contestants, Robert came out ahead of all the other boys and as a result of his wonderful talent along this line, won a scholarship to one of the best schools in Ohio. Mr, and Mrs. Nevlus are well known here where they formerly lived and where Master Robert got his early training. m MALITIA T3 CO. ORGANIZED i:i vr, rs tj:tered NAMES WITH at early oath's NEARLY FIFTY Iran-chis- ROSTER CONTAINS MORE TO FOLLOW. To Be Adjutant General Ellis Here Soon. LANCASTER WON MEDAL IN W.C.T.U, STANFORD SPANISH UJ CAKE. RAISIN POUND.ffi MISSIONARY LECTURE. Or. Hoyal G. Dyer, of Uolonga, Africa, spoke to an appreciative audi ence at the Christian church Tuesday vening upon the wonderful develop ment of the African race and the needs nd influence of the work in Africa. CONTEST. Lancaster won the W. C. T. U, Silver Medal contest held in Stanford, Thursday night when by unanimous de cision of the three judges first place was awarded to Owen Hendren of the Lancaster High School. Six speakers participated in the contest, three of them being members cf Miss Durch's expression department of the Stan ford school and three from Mrs. Todd's expression department of the Lancas ter school. The winner had as his sub ject "llaptized In Rlood" and handled it with especial effectiveness and skill: The judges were H. G. Skiles, of Crab Orchard, Mrs. J. K Raughman, of Hustonvilte, and Miss Nancy Ware, of McKinney. While we congratulate Owen Hen' dren on winning this prize and honor we are sorry three prices were not offered, feeling sure Misaes Katie Rarnes Dickerson and Ruth Carrier would have carried off the other two. Many com' pliment were pasaed upon the way in which Mias Dickerson rendered "The Story of Patsy" and upon "A Rrave Boy" rendered by Miss Carrier. m H D CO The Problem of the Hot Summer Days Solved for the Housewife. 2 You UJ Q --J will find at Curry's NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS,. O o ID Zj w Boiled Ham, Dried Sliced Beef, Minced Ham and Breakfast Bacon Sliced Thin without the skin. Canned meats of all kinds, Tuna Fish, Salmon, Shrimp, Sardines, Oysters, Vienna Sausage, Lunch Tongue, Fish Roc, Deviled Ham, Etc. Exclusive Agent for Stone's Wrapped Cakes. The city tax books have, just been turned over to me and the taxes for the year 1916 are now due and ready for pament. The city is greatly In need of funds and an early settlement is urged and will be appreciated. O. Puck. M. C. L. AIR-DOM- That Lancaster and Garrard county believo In preparedness from military standpoint was thoroughly demonstrat ed last night when fifty of the best young men of this city and county were inspected for the state service in th armory over the Rex Theater laat night by Battalion Adjutant Stone Norman, of Richmond and Firat Kentucky Regiment. Lieutenant Norman has been on the ground for Several days and has materially assisted Capt. II. C. Ford and others in perfecting the organization. Captain E. R. Gibson, of, the 19th U. S. Infantry came in Mon day and inspected the company Monday Place your order now. Haselden Lancaster. I Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. - E THEATRE. Theo -- Currey. DEED E J See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. WXinHd 3103UO 'OJLSIHdH DEE3G SEE EbVIORE CHOPPER For Insurance on nil classes of property. Also growers of Hemp & Tobacco Lancaster, Kentucky. i I E DE 3E1E J PAINT! PAINT! Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. t W. J. J ROMANS, ' Lancaster, Ky. nerron nas recently open e theatre In his lot ad' joining the Itex Theatre and is show. Ing some of the best pictures that have ever been Been in the town. The lay of the ground gives it a natural slope, so that those who happen to have rear seats can see just as well as those who are up in front. The seats are com tortable and the Theatre will accommo date 500 people. This is the only pic ture shor in town at present and with ths good films that aru being thrown TWO LOCAL MEN on the screen every evening, good crowds should attend every performance IN TRAIN WRECK Two of our democratic politicians DON'T NELECT YOUR WHEAT were in the train, wrecked near Owens bo much rain haa fallen in the last boru on their way to the Democratic few days that it should be a warning national convention last Monday night. to the farmers of the county to pro They were Messrs J. E. Robinson and tect their wheat while in the shock, J. W. Sn ith and while both had nar remembering that last year, owin to row escuea and were considerably their negligence, thousands of dollars jarred, being in the overturned car at were lost by improperly shocked wheat the time of the accident, neither see mat me capa are Kept on and In were hurt nor their democratic ardor held at Richmond Ky. All privates will begin receiving pay this way the wheat will be kept rea dampened, for they proceeded on their ourney after a delay of about two from July 1st, even if not on duty they sonably dry, thereby insuring the high' ours. will receive $53. a year, but are com eat price for this important product. pelted to drill one time a week for 43 Indications are that this cereal will weeks in order to receive this pay, bring a good price this year, although LANCASTER SPEAKERS They will draw regular salary while at the crop will fall short in this county, the emcampment. which lasts fer ten yet by proper care the amount saved AT C. 0. BANQUET. days. will more than make up for the short Since the organization of this com' At a banquet given by the Masons on age. Farmers remember this and see Thursday evering of last week at Crab pany, under a recent act or the LegiS' If it won't make you money. Orchard the correspondent from that lature, it devolves upon the Fiscal place has the following to say of two court to furnish an Armory for same DANVILLE GARAGE WRECK Lancas terians: and although compulsory, the entire The next speaker introduced by court will gladly do Its part 'and has ED. BRISTOE CONN HAS of Judge Toastmaater, Wyatt. was Mr. George now the hearty W. Smith, Jr., of Lancaster, Dia Arnold and County Attorney G. C, NARROW ESCAPE. trict Deputy Grand Master and he Walker. At the nert meeting of the certainly impressed his hearers that Fiscal court the matter will be taken The whole town of Danville was he was thoroughly acquainted with up and th room over the Rex Theater shocked about noon Monday by an ex- the great work of his order and con- will probably bo rented, 'which will plosion which almost entirely wrecked versant with its upward climb, Iloth make an ideal place, the room being 40 li the Conn und Arnold garage on Fourth he and Toastmaater Wyatt boosted Mr. feet wide by 100 feet long. street. The explosion occurcd in the George I). I.yne, of Crab Orchard, for Adjutant General Ellis had hoped to basement where It was later discovered Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge. be present at the meeting of the gasoline tank Iloth stated how well worthy Mr. Lyne company, but was unavoidably detained that tlm big and haa promised to be hero real had exploded, the explosion started a was for the position. lire which was extinguished by the Hon. soon and inspect the entire company. Hev. Wyatt then introduced firemen after great dilllculty. lirUtoe It. II. Tomlinson, of Lancaster, We U. S. Sargeant, E. L. Shelton, of the Conn was within a few feet of the were expecting grand things from 20th., Infantry came in yesterday and place and was hurled with great force him and he certait.ly did not dissapoint will remain with the boys throughout against the ceiling, his head striking, us. A natural orator, the silvery notes the summer, giving them the necessary painfully Injuring him, besides the foiled in beautiful cadence as he training and acquainting them with shock lie sustained. The ascended flight after flight of lofty tactics and manual exercises. Dr. J. Q. A. McDowell, pastor of the mined pictures. He told how, if he entire roster of the 'company as inSecond Presbyterian Church, was walk- were a painter, he would paint upon spected is as follows: ing on the opposite side of the street canvas Oildfellowshlp: he would show Ilascom C. Ford, Captain when ho was atruck by Hying gluts the open grave in which the father of William R. Mason, Jr, 1st. Lieutenant, Robert II Tomlinson, from the windows. He was painfully a family lay; on ono side the widow, on Joe II. West, Storey Herron cut about the face. the other the orphan; then the great Robert L. Meadows Charley Gooch J. Ingram, u mechanic employed in light of Odd Fellowship surrounding, Stanley Herron Wesley H. Dickerson the garage, was painfully injured. protecting and raring for them both. Elmer Miller dam P. McMillion Mr. T. 11. Simmons, the local pho- This, he said, was what it meant (to Carl R. Acton, Ambrose Jenkins tographer, who whs in the building had be an Odd Fellow. Such an older with Chester Hammons lien Woods He was In such principles, could not be kept down William D. Pryor a harrowing experience. Clay Miller the rear and was blown through an and today stands without n peer. He Owen S. Hendren Robert Ktnnaird The remarkable spoke of the grand noble women of Lige E. Ford opening in the roof. Curtis Sanford feature was that he was not seriously Kentucky, not falling to pay tribute to Homer Murphy Lee Simpson wounded, altho bo received painful his own wife, and then his eulogy of Jennings 11. Simpson Dalton Rich bruises and scratches. women was perfectly sublime but at Ralph Meadows Squire L Whlttaker Mrs. L. G, Nelson, who was in the the very last of his beautiful tribute to John C. Moss Willie A. Rsy He said, Rufas Adams flat upstairs, had a most frightful ex- her, he made this assertion Sid L. Aldridge perience. The floor upstairs was torn we were told in the Illble that God Robert K. Dorton Thurman Teater loose, the furniture was hurled about made man and that after man's crea- Charlie Smith lienj. Thorton the room. She made for the stairway tion God rested. Then a rib was taken Ernest C. llibbard Charlie Sanders leading to the street to And that It had from man and woman was formed; said Henry Thorton Henry Lawson been completely torn away. She then there was no record In the Bible that Dean Zanone Richard Lackey made her way through a rear window God rested alter he created her, but Virgil Klnnalrd Paul P. Elliott on to the fragile remaining roof and one one fact remained man had bad Wallace Cotton Leonard Hsmmods. Fred Young no rest since she was created. was rescued. air. ed his Air-Dounder-groun- d tei-rib- le j l c evening at the armory. When asked what he thought of the line up", said, "I have never seen a handsomer lot of voung men and I pre- rat dict for them ono of the best company's in the service". The Csptain and First Lieutenant were elected Monday even ing and resulted in the unanimous choice cf D C. Ford for Captain and W. 11. Mason Jr. as First Lieutenant The Second Lieutenant will be named at a later date, it being important though that the above be named Mon day night, that Capt. Gibson might make his reportto the War department. The maximum number for a single company is 75 including officers and privates and while nearly fifty have already enlisted, the indications now are that the full quota will have been reached before many days. Those having any intention of joining should do so at one, for under the present law you enlist now for only three years, but after July 1st, all enlistments will be for a term of six years, under the laws of the last congress relating to the federation of the National guards. Captain Ford is exceedingly anxious for about 20 more recruits as he wishes to make a good showing at the coming encampment in August, which will be WE ARE i 1 SLAUGHTERING A cut on everything. PRICES To Reduce Our Stock. HATS RIBBON BELTS -- -- . All for CASH ONLY for the next 30 days. K MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. I PAINT $1.60 Your House, with HAMMER PAINT WcRoberts Drug Store f:anitnl SRO.OOO. - ? Surnlus 50.000. - Jf!It!Nf!R...ilemand3 that the tree WISDOM be pruned so as to bear nlore and better fruit. demands that you prune your extravagancies at your bank account may yield u more 80 satisfactory crop. e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON. President. r. Joe J. Walker. Jk W. O. P.ICNEV, Ass't Cash'r. W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The Central Record, Thursday June 15 I91t. REDUCED FOR lO DAYS ONLY $25.00 SUITS $20.00 $22.50 SUITS $18.50 $18.50 SUITS $15.00 $15.00 SUITS $12.50 Logan & Anderson Bros. Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek, has been the guest of Mrs. Jesse D Wearren. Mrs. Nell Ballou and Mrs. G. II. Master, were in Lancaster Tuesday to see friends. Dr. W. B. Penny, of Danvllla, has been the guest of his mother. Mrs. D. Mary Penny, Rev. Joseph Hopper, of Coibin, is here the guest of his mother. Mrs, Kittle Hopper. . Office at Rainey'g Livery Stable. Mrs. William 'Hopper and baby, of -Kentucky Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. Lancaster, Kittie Horper. Mrs. H. D. Phillids and Miss Bessie Hill attended the School of Methods at Lexington this week. Mr. and. Mrs. George Dei Horde spent the week-en- d at Crab Orchard with relatives and friends. AnLittle Miss Georgia Perrin, B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optlclai derson, Ind., is the guea of herof aunt, Glaaeee Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon. Miss Cecilia Pennybaker, of Dan ville has returned home after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Hill. Miss Virginia Bruning, of Cmcinnat, has returned home after a visit to her Fine Cut Flptvers. sister, Mr J. T. J. Hill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Howenstine have John M. McRoberts. been the guests E. Capt. and Mrs. J of L. B. Coney at Frankfort. Miss John Eva Hilton has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. R. II. Batson at Lancaster. Miss Bettie McCann Perry Has been the attractive guest of Miss Minnie Lick, Kentucky Mae Robinson at Lancaster. Mrs. W. E. Varnon has returned N. C, after V. HI. home at Asheville, Mattie Kirby. a visit Casey, D. to her sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefee, of Veterinary Knoxville, Tenn. are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary T. K. Watson, of Lancaster, took the College. train here Monday for Corbin, where DANVILLE. KENTUCKY he will have charge of a clothing store. Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little Rock, Ark., is the guett of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. 'W. K. Warner were visitors of her parents, the week-en- j STANFORD Berea. PAINT LICK Mr G. M. Tread way spent Monday in Mrs Maurice Burton is visiting friends James Clark, wife and daughter were in Richmond. the suests of J. T. Allen and family Miss Ruth Rossis the guest of rela last Sunday. nings' and family last Sunday. Mr. BIufTard Jennings and wife wero the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen last Saturday. Mr. Calep Todd and family and Mr. 7 ""i "'jo "" t a thinking part Pa. 'cp Oh. my. l.irc to think at all. f r Her. airport of tho Condition Krport of tlin Condition or THE ta. L" Yonkcrs tives (n Lancaster. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Mrs. Minnie Dawson is visiting in Cincinnati. rela-tiv- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Miss Lena Estridge was a visitor in Honaker Lancaster thv'past week. Mr Grant Metcalf of Richmond spent Sunday with the home people. Mr. Wilson Brandenburg has purchased a live passenger Dodge car. Cow peas, soy beans, cane and millet seed for sale by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Nell Rice entertained a few friends at a chafing dish party on Saturday evening. Mr Will Jones and Miss Jennie Parks of Richmond, were guests of Miss Lucy Francis, Friday. Mr and Mrs W. D. Logsdon of Brass-fiel- d spent the week end with Mr and Mrs. Tom Logsdon. Mr. and Mrs Felix Estridge of Berea visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Eli Crop Always Worth While. Orow a crop of pleasuro with corn The meeting service at Mrs. Calico last Sunday was a great success and and wheat and clovrr; it Is ono of tho most services will be held there again next ought Important crops on tho farm, and to bo harvested a little every Sunday by Rev. Crockett. day, "All work and no play" you Mrs. Susis Renfro. Mits Ellen Hill, know. Mr. Itusfell Frazier, Mr. Willie Hal lard, Mr. Dsn Botkin and Miss Susie Wcrth Taking a Chance. Davis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, "Going to Smith's wedding?-- ' asked Robert Peters and daughter last Sun his friend. "Not I." returned tho day. other. "He cut mo out with that girl." "Well, you may got a chanco 'o bin him In the Jaw with an old nc'." Peoples Bank doing buelnree at the town of i'.lnt Lick, Countrof Marrard, Hut. of Kentucky, AT Hank Of Bryanlsrille doing bnetnese at town of Bryantetllle, Countjr of Uarrerd. Stat. of Kentucky, AT TIIK CUWK Till Cloet or BcIKl on ihi or lll'Sl.NKKS ON' TUB 1st. day of June. 1010. ISKKIt'ltt'tdl . Loane and Plaeoanle . tit.rdrafte.ercured and uueccured lunk, lu. from baud Caen on nd Uauklnc llou,, Farnltnre 1st day of June 1910 TREES Hitutre Tot. I I.IAIIII.ITIKHl Capital Mock paid In. In rash. . .... Hurt.tne fund eapenaee I'udlvlded profit., and lasre paid Depoelteeubjee'ltoctirrk ti.Tv4 U D.noelt.-I'n.- lal 10. laln 3.TW e01 Tin. Deposit. !m II. nk. and Tru.t Comp.nlr. Not., and lllllt Kedlei-ontedllllla I'ajaul. ... Total KEgOt'ltCE. Loan, and t)lfaule I Orerdrafte eared and aeeedrrd llanka I'ae Vl 1 Cash fronthand oil s.onoo Checks and oth.r caah lifts.. . Uauklox liana., Furnllnre end IIKUO 71 ri (Ultra ! W Jin la eaa) to Taut MA H! LIT! IX. IS.OO 00 I Aa.lll 10 Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies No Escape. Island girl proposed to a baker and ho accepted her. Then she discovered that ha already had a wife, no she caused his atrcsL Somo get criminal records thrust uron 'em. A Long 1' !!. CO Capital Hurplo. I'und. . ... UuJlndr.1 Irea.ina and tale, paid Time 8Uk ald In, In raih - . I IV"! ! tm W Detroit Free Press. Travelers urn s.n I1.MU :i :i Bin. W f.pu.lt.aU.ilochrk lll.rja oo) S r.j.w. Total 7 .1 AM' to U.IU U Ji J. PATRICK, entist. Paint John 8. Surgeon. J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR d Mr. and Mrs. Ofllce Over National Hank, Residence fhone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. ter. J. B. Bourne at Lancas- Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G. C. COX. Manse,Ky m gf Office HUrat-- Mrs. Martha S. Mobley left Monday for Richmond where she will enter the Normal School and take a course in Domestic Science. Mrs. W. R. Todd left last week for Columbia to spend some time with relatives and friends before joining her husband at Clinton, Tenn. Miss Margaret Hopper, who has been teaching at Stonewall Jackson, in Virginia, Is at home for the summer with her mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper. Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0. Hopper, of Mt. Sterling are receiving congratula-tioa- s upon the arrival of a little sor. He has been named Walter Owsley Hopper. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Estridge, Thursday. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Mr and Mrs Roger Rucker and chil Garden. dren of Lexington have been the guests Write for free Catalogue. No Agta of Mrs I. C. Rucker. Mrs B. M. Lear and Miss Emma Oder & Sons. spent the past week in Lancaster and attended Chautauqua. Lexington, Kentucky. Mri Elfrey Williams of Williamson 1916 18. West Va, was the guest of Mrs. Edd Williams the past week. Mrs Edd Fothergill and children of Berea, were guests of Mrs E. C. Friday and Saturday. Mesdames Lewis GuynandTom Logs don were hosts to the rook club on Sat urday and Tuesday afternoons. Messrs Bertrand and John L. Brown left Tuesday for Detroit Mich, where thy have accepted positions. Misses Mrrgaret and Ruth Highland, of Paris, are with their grandmother, Mrs. Martha Ely for the summer. Misses Minnie May Robinson of Lan caster, and Betty Perry of Stanford, were week end guests of Miss Mary May Walker. On account of heavy rains the ball game that was to have been played be tween Paint Lick and Berea on the local diamond Saturday afternoon, was called olf. Mrs. G. M. Treadway entertained at rook for Mrs Roger Rucker on Monday afternoon. A refreshing ice course was served and a most delightful afternoon was spent. Messrs Auther Eldridgo and James Woods, who have been students at Centre College for the past year, left last week for Akron Ohio where they have accepted lucrative positions. H.F.Hillenmeyer desert lands carry W.. C C llrtkrr. I'l.aldf nt and 1. C. WIN flat of Kentucky, County of Canard, bags of heavy canvas or linen tlaiaa. Caabl.rof th. abov. natard Hank d( Wr. K IWnode. and H. tl. ttonde. I aotrmnlT awrar that Ih. abota al.trrnr-aI. duck. Thcso bags, when filled, con- dent anil reenter of the aboe named Hank, tru. lu toe brat ol onr knowl.df. nd bvllri. stantly "sweat" or exudo enough mols- - ilo eolernnly .wear that th abuva CO llrtker. I'tealdent. 1. Iru. to lb. toel of oar knowledge and turo to cool tho contents of tho bag i.C. VtllUltle.Ca.htar. K. L. wool. I'rrelJent. by evaporations. Wet canteens do tho belief. HubefrtWd .ml .worn to before m. thle ?lh It. O. WOOflfl, Cashier, same. A covered pall or other vessel dr of Jan.J Ilia. ll.llard, Not.rr 1'uMlc. llocan may bo usod; wrap cloths around It, flubecrlbed and .worn to before tae thl 13th UrComnlaalooelptrea Feb IS. IvM. keep them wet, and bang In a current day of June m. t lar niaki man. Nrtarr I'nbllc Ilietcton of air. Outing. My Commission Kiplree Fob, lvl. In How to Cool Water. 8TATK KENTUCKY. I RrT COC.NIY OK tlAKIIAKfl t (r r.. atale-met- it Noah Mare... Jr ll.r. 8rop. J. II. Doner MONEY TO LOAN. Five per cent, 5 years time on improved farm lands. Sums, $2,500.00 and up. Best to get your money matters arranged now for January 1st, 1917. Then you know Mr. and Mrs. W. C. W'ynn, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays'Foster and little daughter, Jane Murrell, have returned home Mrs. Tom Logsdon and daughter, Mrs. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. from Pinevilte, where they have been R. G. Woods. Mrs. J. Patrick. Mr and 4 Office: Vlormea llulldiugoiei Hart & Audtr j the guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs Lewis Guyn, Miss Mary Stewart, Messrs Luther Fish, Jack Davis and 0. P. Nuchols. ou'i urutture Store. Mits Clara Cooper, who has been Edgar Brandenburg were among the LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. teaching in Berkley, Calif., for several number who attended tho Commenceyears has returned to this city to spend ment exercises of Berea College the j the summer with her parents, Mr. and past week. The undersigned hereby p've warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful test extent of t law. Hunters and. POSTED C. Morgan. J. P. Wand. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver J. Booth Sutton. W. T. West. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Mils Carrie Ilouldvn, J. II. RIgsby. J. C. Kigsby, John Richardson, A. C. Miles. J. II. Woods. J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. B. L. Kelly. David Steven. Frunk Thompson. S. C. RIgsby. D, M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar Jerry Illand. We will add other names for 25 cent J, Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B 1'rice R. L. Elkin W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J, West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, cash. Mrs. U. 1J. Cooper. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hocker and CARTERSVILLE. Misses Jane and Maty j daughters. Katherine Hocker and Mrs. M. E. Mrs. Susie Renfro sold a nice horse Phelps motored to Richmond Wednes day to attend the wedding of Miss In Richmond for $110. Miss Estella Davis was the guest of Jamlo Caperton'to Mr. Paul Burnam, Everything points to the Chautauqua Miss Lillian Calico last Sunday. Mr. Sam Purcell was the guest of to begin here June 21 and continues to June 27th. The Alkahest 1910 Chau Mrs. Mary Clark last Saturday. tauqua is said to be one of the best Chicken feed wheat 1 cents per lb. Chautauqua making the circuit this Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. season. This cliautauqua is given un Mrs. Dora Davis was tho guest of der the auspices of the Woman's Club her sister, Mrs. Addie Davis last Sun' and promises to be a treat to all who day. attend. Mrs. J. T. Allen has been very ill The remains of Lieut. Rlchatd Caswith a rising on her hand, but is some well Saufley, wen brought here Monbetter now. day morning from Pensacola, Florida, Quite a few from this place attended for Interment. Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church, con- the Commencement exercises .at Berea ducted by Rev. P. L. Bruce, pastor of and all had j nice time. Mr. Andy Conn and family and Mrr. the Presbyterian church, assisted by Rev. W, D. Welburn, pastor of the Eliza Conn were the guests of Mr. and S, M. Mrs. Pierce Allen last Sunday. Methodist church and Rev. Logan, Midway, who was an uncle of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant and children were the guests of Milton Jen Lieut Saufley, 0 where you stand. See R. G. WOODS PAINT LCK, KY. The Central Record, Thursday June 15 19 It. 3l There are Lots .of Men Who Feel That They Must Keep Their Suit Cost Down To $15.00. They're really entitled to special consideration, and as a rule, they don't get it. We're going to give them that kind of consideration. We're showing Suits here at $ 5. that give you perfect fit, long service, fast colors and smartest of styles. Worsteds, Cheviots, mixture in browns, greys, plaids etc. , All the best fashions are shown; and the biggest value per dollar you ever saw. w, Other Suits $ 6.50, $ 8.00. $20.00, $25.00. 1 1 1 Incorporated. Outfitters to Men and Boys. DRAKES' CREEK. IT'S THREE YEARS OLD Bat Mrs. Waller Says It's Just As Good Today As When ll Was first Hade. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. most interesting of which was that well known historic spot, Boonesboro, KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. that most every Kentuckian is interest ed in and wishes to see. The following are the dates fixed for Last Sunday afternoon when return holding the Kentucky fairs for 1916 as Ing from Sunday school, the gasoline tank of Air. John Land's auto became far as reported. ML Sterling, July 19- -4 days. empty and it was necessary for Mr. Winchester, July 26- -4 days. Land to go to Buckeye for gasoline beHarrodsburg, July 251 days. fore he could get his machine to hii Taylorsville, August 14 days. garage. Ho procured his horse and bug Henderson, August 15 days. gy and made the trip. When he had Danville, August 2 3 days. filled the tank his next question was Berea, August days. how to get his horse and buggy home Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, August without extra trouble. He started his days. machine and led the horse aboutaquar Uniontown, August days. ter of a mile with one hand while drivFern Creek Fair. Buehel, August 9' ing his car with the other, arriving 4 days. (That's home without any trouble. Mt. Vernon. August 9- -3 days. another good Fi.rd jcke isn't it). Burkesville, August days. Perryjille, August 9- -3 days. BUCKEYE Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. Spepherdsville, August 15- -4 days. Owensboro, August 15- -6 days: Mr. G. N. Miles and bride visited Mr. Brodhead, August 163 days. and Mrs. Miles last week. TriCounty Fair, Sanders. August 16 Miss Nettie Hunter Is the guest of -- 4 days. her sister Mrs. Forest Calico. Ewing, August 17- -3 days. Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford.Miss Linda Locker is at home from August 23- -3 days. the D. and D. College at Danville. Columbia, August 22- -4 days. . Miss Susan Buford, of Nicholasvilie, Frankfort, August 29- -4 days. is the guest of Mrs. Ilurbert Carter. Bardstown, August 294 davs. Mr. Viae Lear bought of Forest Nicholasvilie, August 29- -3 days. Stapp, 62 hogs at $3.88 per hundred. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, ;Aug- Miss Jones, of Lancaster, has been ust 295 days. Elizabethtown, August 29- -3 days. the guest of Miss Lillie Mae Sutton. Barboursville, August 303 days. I Miss Minnie Sanders, of Lancaster spent the week-enwith Miss Her United Sturdy Marching Feet for Your Automobile A tcliiicr can march at far as hit feet will let him. Lilce a soldier, the feet of an automobile must bo carefully shod. An automobile no matter how good it is will give satisfactory service only if it has the particular tire adapted to its particular uses. That is why there are five United States 'Balanced' Tires a tire to meet every need of prico and use the only complete line offered by any one tire Three years ago M'S. Walter testi fied to complete relief from kidney ills, Later she says that there has not been the slightest return nf the trouble, Lancaster sulferers will take a deal of comfort in Mrs. Walter's statement, Head what she says; Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancas ter, says: "Whenever my back be comes lame and painful, a few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at H. E, Mcltoberts & Son's Drug Store, bring me instant relief. At one time I fear ed that I had serious kidney trouble, The kidney secretions were unnatural visit with friends in Barbourville. Mrs. II. S. Chrlsiopher is visiting in and gave unmistakable evidence of dis Miss Augusta Hammons has returned Lexington. ordered kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills from Berea, where she has been visit Mrs. Will Evans and children of Dan- in a short time made mo kidneys noring her cousin, Mrs. S. L. Oaird. mal." ville are guests of relatives. Miss Anns Lou Proctor of Mercer is PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION the guest of Misses Lila K. and Rachel Scott. Mr. J. W. Munday and family of FOR RHEUMATISM. Georgetown spent Sunday with L. II. liusiness and professional men of Huble and family. large means who have taken expensive Misses Alyce Mabel and Bernyce baths at famous resorts and have spent Scott have returned from a pleasant money lavishly to rid themselves of the visit in Lexington. tormenting agonv of rheumatism have Now is the time to lav in your winter turned to Kheuma and got well. When Rheuma goes in, poisonous coal. You will save money by buying secretions go out. No opiates or nar- from Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. cotics are used. Itheuma drives out the Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin causb of rheumatism and speedily is spending pan ot her vacation with brings comfort and health, and most her brother, .Mr. II. S. Christopher. druggists will admit it. Mrs. Belle McConn has returned to Two bottles of Itheuma will cost you a dollar of R. K. McHoberts or any her home in Lexington after a visit to druggist, and if this purchase does not her daughter. Mis II S Christopher. bring you the freedom from pain and Mr J. E. Scott and family motored to misery you expected, your money is Danville and Harrodsburg Sunday, and waiting for you. were guests of Mr. nnd Airs. T C Scott in Harrodsburg. Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stom ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery Owens. to Mavr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike Mr. Gip Morgan and sister Geo have any other for Stomach Ailments. For returned from Ilerea where they have sale by It. E. McRobtlrts in Lancaster, and druggists everywhere. been in school. .tf Messrs Tom and Burdette Scott attended commencement exercises at BUENA VISTA Ilerea Wednesday. Misses Mary and Easter Hammons Miss Fearl Huble continues quite ill, will leave Thursday for a few weeks Itev. and Mrs. A. C. Baird visited in Ilerea Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Tom Owens attended church at Good Mope Sunday. Chicken feed wheat 11 cents per lb. Hudson, Hughes Si Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. lien Sipple have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 23 76 85 91 HASN'T SUFFERED SINCE. OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Mrs. Walter said; "My kidneys have been in excellent condition since giving my former endorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Kidney Pills-t- he same that Mrs. Walter has twice publicly recommended. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. - manufacturer. One of the five is made for your car made to give you the lowest cost per mile. Atk the nearest United Statte Tire Dealer for your ropy of the booklet, "Judging Tin;" ithich telle how to chooem the particular tire to euit your needs. GUNN'S CHAPEL. Miss Alice Ray of Poor Ridge was visiting the Misses Calico Sunday. Rev. D. F. Sebastian was the guest of Mr. A. C. Miles, Sunday night. Rev. Clere of Lancaster will lecture at Liberty church in Friday evening. Misses Christine 'and Myrtle Davis visited Miss Mary Lee Kurtz, Sunday. Mr. Harmon Davis is having his house painted and other improvements made. Rev. D. F. Sebastian preached at d United Nobby Stateslire Company 'Chain' 'Uico' "INDIVIDUALIZED 'Royal Cord' TUin' TIRES" MANSE. A complete stock of C. C. & J. Jacob SchuIzCompany Tine Cut Flowers For Phones 330-F-1- or 83. Several from here attended the commencement exercites at Ilerea. Miss Sail le lleazley of Stanford is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr and Mrs Wm Marshbanks and United States Tires carried by children spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. Forest Centers and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor Thursday night. There will be children's day ut Leavel Green next Sunday and also preaching. Kvervpne is invited. A number from here attended the Eir.'oavur society ut Leavel Green last Incoriiorated. Sunday night'in spite of 'tho weather. Lime, tnniT, cement, wood fibre plasAll ter, rock, biick etc, for sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention E. Stormes. able Sold by Sunday. Miss Anna Mae and Mr. Howard Land were guests of Miss Lennn Hol-lo- n OF Sunday. BOURBON POULTRY CURE Mr and Mrs Eliza Calico of Cotton-bur- g i la the drinking water were guests of Mr and Mrs LInd- Makes Hens Laj Amazingly sey Ray, Suuday. Cure Koup, Colds. Cboltra, Mr and Mrs John Land, Mrs Lucy biclt- Wcvcnt Lliuberncck 50c bottld dci. One medicine. makes 12 Kidd and Rev. D. F. Sebastian were in gallons ot At ValuLancaster Monday. poultry tree. book A FEW DROPS -- Liberty Baptist church Saturday and BOUBBQ.IRCMECTCO. lllfcf tQt, t. Occasions. J. R. Jlounl.Son & Co. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New Miss Allie Creech and Sallie Anderson have returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives in and near Uerea. Mrs. (i. W. Wells and little daughters Alma and Helen, ot Illinois, are visiting her sister-in-laMis II D Creech, at this place. Mr. W. T. Anderson of Uerea and Miss Allio Creech of Paint Lick were the guests of their cousin, Miss Saliie Anderson, Saturday night. Quite a large crowd gathered together at the beautiful home of Missed Anna Mae and Lida Bruadus Saturday night and u joyous time was spent. LOWiuLL Mr. Libert Tatcr who has been at tending Berea College has returned home for the summer. Cow peas, soy beans, cane and millet seed for sale by Hudson, Hughes and IT's C inexpensive matter. apply a coat of Pec Geo and you'll be delighted with its fine results and your own work. an easy and C makes old furniture, Pec Geo worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it. retCet PEASLEE-GAULDER- Vamlsh combined. Comet In 11 Natural Wood colors. White, Cold and Sllwr Enamel. A II sizes. If T a Stain and Manufacturers IIP CC&JE) Stormes CO., Incorporated t I l l Louisville, Ky. Mr pml Mrs Talton May are parents Mrs. Jim Lee entertained at a family of another son born June 4; Mr and Mrs dinner Sunday. Woods Burbon of twin boys born Stli. Mrs. Hill nf Lancaster is visiting There will be a pie supper at the Mrs. Henry Kuhlman. school liouso here Saturday evening Mrs. Speed IU11 visited Mrs. Lean June 17 to help provide a carpet for the Ledford of Madison the past week. Methodist church. Chicken feed wheat 1 cents per lb. Sunday School attendance at the Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Methodist church the first Sunday in Mrs. John Tudur and children of tho month wus more than 200, on the Muuso visited Mrs. S. P. Davis Sunday, second Sunday about 85. Miss Corn It. Hurts was the attracMr and Mrs D. J. Waltonand Miss tive guest of the Misses Broaddus Sun- Dora of Marksbury, Mr and Mrs Tom Dalley, Mr. and Mrs Robt Whitaker day. Mcsdame U. W. Boyle and M. F. and little daughter were guests of Mr ALL FASCINATED BY Meadows were visitors in Lancaster the past week. The teachers of this community have WOMAN'S HAIR. Mrs. Pearl Ball and little boh Clarence secured positions as follows: MisseJ Zula Calico hi id Maude Tea ter, Gunus Nearly every woman who has an ordi- were the guests of Mr. Alex Lyttlo Chapel; Miss Mayine Calico, Gitead, and family Sunday. nary head of hair can by giving it just Madison county; Miss Lenna llollon, a little attention have luxuriant hair, Mis.es Lou Kuhlman and Ethel Davis Teatersville. soft, tluiry and radiantly beautiful. were the pleasant guests of Mrs. J. II, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Miles attended It's a good thing to know this be- Duvis Saturday night. tho Connty Sunday School Convention cause hair preparations that puts life Quite u number of teop!e from here at Hyattsville Saturday as representaand lustre Into dull looking hair are attended the commencement exercises tive from Liberty ,S. S. They report scarce, but it is a fact known to nearly at Ilerea on Wednesday. the capturing of three banners for out every druggist in America that Parisian Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Short motored Suuday school, for attendance and Sage, a delightfully clean and retresh-in- g Richmond and wen guests punctuality, finances, and deportment. tonic not only will m&ke your hair down from Mr. T, P. King and family Sunday, On last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John look 100 per cent better but will quickly of Mrs. Ancil Parks and children of Land and Mies Lenna llollon motored stop it from falling, rid it of dandruff Richmond spent Sunday with her to Winchester for a visit with Mrs. and scalp itch. It's well worth a trial and R. E. Mc- parents, Mr, and Mr. Win, Hurte, Sr, Lucy Kidd and Mr and Mrs Dee Young, Mr. and Mrs. James Butnerand Mas They returned Sunday accompanied by ltoberts who disposes of a great quantity of it will tell you so, and will re- ter William, were the guests of her Mrs. Kidd who will spend the summer fund your money If It Un't all you ex. parents, Mr. and Mrs Coldiron at Point here. They visited a number of inter C15-2eating spots on the return journey, the Leavcll Sunday. pct. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our for the summer. Miss Her Hill entertained at a noon lands for a period of three years we day dinner Sunday the honoree being bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we Miss Minnie Sanders. further agree to prosecute with diliMrs. Cox and daughters. Misses Jen gence all persons who violate the game nie and Nellie, were the guests, Sun- laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our day of Mrs Lige Ray. lands for the purpose of hunting. And Mesdames B. Ray, Printus Walker we further agree to act as Deputy and Robert Long and son, Willie P. Game Wardens for the purpose of car-- 1 were in Danville last week. rving out this agreement. Except each . . .... i vuj .. me i i . . ir rur-- .i vurur, ,..ir u.iu vmiu- - oi us tnave .t ngni io Kill rations on Bryantsville have been visiting our .'arms or permit it to be done by ren, of her mother, Mrs. Hiram Ray. another under our supervision, or' the Now is the time to lay in your winter supervision of some responsible and coal. You will save money by buying reliable person selected by us. This November 15th, 1915. from Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Dorothy and Annie Mae It. L. Elkin, Misses J. E. Robinson, Whittaker of Madison county were the J no. M. Farra, W. H. Brown, guests last week of Mrs. Roy Sanders. W. B. Burton, Alex Wiiker, j Haseldeii Bros., T. A. Elkin. V. M. Tinder, J. IH Dalton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. .1. N. Ross. G. M. Deshon, Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox, Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, No doubt you are, II Withers Bros, W. M. Alahan, you suiter Irom any ol the William, Marcus and Jim White. ailments numerous to which an women are subB. F. Wilmot. 0. D. Pope. v ject. Headache, backMrg. David Chenauit, Fred J. Conn, ache, sldeache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, J, V, Elmore, W. R. Cook, are some ol the sympIt. C. Rankin. HulTman Bros; toms, and you must rid yoursell of tlicm in order Sam Cotton, Win. G. Andersop. fo feci well. Thousands T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. B. Moss of women, who have been benefited by this R. E. Henry, , Jno. M. White, remedy, urge you to I A. D. Bradshaw, Bright Herring." TAKE R. L. Barker. i..1 I Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lilian! Miles of Nicholas ville were the guests Thursday of Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. Earl Carter who has been atten ding school at Berea college is at home HUNTERS. TAKE NOTICE. 1 . 3 ira Pgrnm 1111 w 1 The Woman's Tonic Hfllll vgm wm u lounly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. ' ' Mrs. Sylvania Woods, ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taklngCardul, Iwas, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly kilted me. Alter taking three bottles ol Cardul, the pains disappeared. Now I leel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardul." Oetabottle today. E-- I Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, Int. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday, Danville, 3rd. Monde;. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasvilie, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, Somerset, 3rd. Monday, ' Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER, 4th. Monday) Winchester, 4th. Monday, i Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4ih, Monday. , . The Central hecord, Thursday June 15, 1916. TheCehtral record INCORPORATED. STANFORD MOURNS HER HONORED SON LIEUTENANT BURIED issued Weekly. iUOO a year. SAUFLEY KILLED IN STANFORD IN AVIATON r1 J. R.L ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Locol Editor nnd Mfir. fc. FLIGHT. OUR ANNUAL LAST MONDAY. Enured al Iht I'oil ome In 8conrt-rl- Kf Tha news of the shocking death of Lieutenant Richard Cimwell Saufley, of the aeronautic service, was a distinct loss to our government end a sad blow and bereavement to his family and friends. The Interior Journal pays the following beautiful tribute to hlj honored memory, Mall Matter Member Kentucky 'Veen Association and June Clearance Sale Continues Just One More Week. and better bargains than ever. Remember that this is not a sale of just a few odds and ends, but absolute pick and choice of ALL GOODS throughout our entire stock at REDUCED PRICES. will offer bigger TAILORED SUITS Eighth District Publishers League, Lancaster, Ky., June 15, 1916 Eleven years ago n Stanford moth Lieut. Saufley was placed In charge er gave her youngest son to the ser- of Its Instruction department, nnd In this work he was engaged at the time Rates For Political Announcements vice of his country. Friday, June D, he gave It his life. of his death. Dispatches quoted For Precinct and Citv Offices ... 6.00 above tell of the records he had 10.00 "or County Offices And yesterday the bruised nnd State and District Offices.... 16.00 broken remains of what less than a made and the crcnt work he had for Ho stood at the head of his 10 week before had been ns stalwart, done. .For Calls, per line He wrote several works 10 as noble, nnd ns brave n Kcntucklnn profession. For Cards, per line relating tp It which were adopted as For all publications In the Interas ever the old state has sent forth by tho navy est of Individuals or expresin all her history, were brought back standards of the tervico higher sion of Individual views, per to his childhood's homo here In Stan- department. Further honors, 10 ford; returned by his country to the rank nnd greater recognition were lin 05 mother who had given kim, nnd 'mid all before him; his ambition was lim Obituaries, per line broken hearts and with tender hands itless; ho thought big thoughts; he We are authorized to announce Miss were laid to final rest on the green planned deeds of high emprise, nnd Jennie HIggins a candidate for County hlllsida of Buffalo Springs cemetery, saw before the branch of the service School Superintendent of Garrard beside his illustrious sire and others, with which he was identified, the all Important part it Is to play In the County, subject to the action of the of his blood. Shattered though the mortal frame military affairs of this country just Democratic primary August 1917. ALL ALL ALL has done had been, of what was so splendid ns the aeroplane sen-icWe are authorized to announce J, O. a young man, no accident or late, with the nations of Europe. DRESSBut ho was the true soldier nnd Bogle, as a candidate for the Democ 04 caused his sudden taking, can ratic. nomination frr County Court ever tarnish the brilliant record he rcnlized the hazards of his life and Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. has made during the all too brief work and was rendy and unafraid BOTH SILK AND WOOL AND SKIRTS ES AND BOYS WASH SUITS period of service to Ills country. The to iHn when the call came as so soon nnd sudScnly it did. How the to announce Joe grief of his mother We are authorized and whose can at at at Hamilton as a candidate for County be grenter? nnd the sorrow of his heart chords tighten and quiver nnd Court Clerk,, to fill out the unexpired wife nnd other loved ones, seems ov nchc when one' thinks of the great One Half Price. Greatly Reduced Greatly Reduced Subject to erwhclming in this hour of great af. nnd losing fight which this splendid term of J. W. Hamilton. the action of the Democratic primary .lictlon, and such that God in His voune man fought up there in tho nlr of a beautiful summer's after August 1916. Infinite mercy only can assuage. But there are rifts In every lower noon ofT old Pcnsacola bay I Falling, We are authorized to announce Hun. ing cloud, and through the gloom falling, to his death; knowing that Chsrles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, and through the shadows of their somewhere, somehow In the machine Casey county, as a candidate for the which, under his skilful hand, was sorrow, will ever gleam the ray of Democratic nomination for Congress in od's sunlight, proclaiming the sa almost human a vital part had giv. this the Eighth district of Kentucky, cred honor of having borne such a en away; he strained, and labored subject to the primary to be htld the son, having loved such a husband, or and fought with his great brain nnd first Saturday in August. having known such n friend, and mighty brawn, his heart of steel, so that all the his nerve of Iron; fought for his life, We are authorized to announce illuminating, nnd lost, simply because of man's a candidate for the world may see, his deathless deeds impotenco and because of God's om Jeptha Onstott County Court of heroism, of courage, of democratic nomytaationjf or of honor and devotion to the nipotence. Clerk, subject to the' action of the priYet who will say that he has lost? TERMS-Spcause of the flag he loved and for mary, August 1917. which he lived and died. "On Fame's eternal camping ground Stanford, Lincoln county, Ken We are authorized to announce Hon. His silent tent is spread. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county as a tucky, aye, the nation, arc losers In And Glory guards with solemn round Richard Cascandidate for the Democratic nomina- the death of Lieutenant The Bivouac of the Dead." tion for Congress, in this, the eighth well Saufley which occurred last Fridistrict of Kentucky, subject to th day afternoon about 1 o'clock, when "Sleep on embalmed and sainted the aeroplane in which he was flying, primary to be held August 191C. dead, fell to the earth, near Pensaloca, Dear as the blood ye gave, Charles Evan Hughes, the nominee Fla. The hews received here late that No impious footstep here shall tread of the Chicago Convention of Republ- afternoon was received with expresTho herbage of your grave." is a man of high character. He has sions of deepest sorrow all over the icans, so conducted the official positions that city and county, nnd all over the "Nor shall thy glory be forgot he has had in the past as to challenge State. His friends and loved ones While fame her record keeps, public confidence both in his honesty here were Inexpressibly shocked, Nor honor points the hallowed spot chancel of the church, mutely nnn tory", nt the Senior banquet. He rod a and In his ability, but will these facts while the blow to his aged mother, Where Valor proudly sleeps." beautifully testified to tho regard in a trap decorated with basket made alone justify the American people in who was visitipg her daughter, Mrs. esteem in which the young man of yellow chrysanthemums with green , selecting, him as their President under S. M. Logan, at Midway, was almost DIED IN HIS COUNTRY'S CAUSE aid foliage, and with him were Miss was held by all who knew him. He was her youngest unbearable. the circumstances Givens, Miss Henrietta Rogers Up until, the hour of the service HE His position upon the great public son; the baby of her heart nnd home; I at 2.30 those who had known and and Mr. Spalding Hill. questions of the day Is not known to and today her gray hairs are bowed The remains were taken to Camp loved him here In youth, nnd others any one. He has'been silent until after down In anguish before the affliction Danville Advocate who wero admirers of his knightly bellsvllle forburial. and his which has been visited upon her. A hp received the nomination GLAD TO RECOMMEND courage and deeds, quietly with bow statement Issued Is weak and deals In world of loved ones are praying that ed head passed by the bier for a generalities only. His utterances in her Heavenly Father will grant her lame "I suffered Intensely with to themselves because of the last view of his earthly countenance, GARRARD COUNTY this statement are capable of most any strength to bear this, the latest of a my blood circulation Has poor pU0 to sympathize with fellow suffer-an- d The church was crowded to its casort of construction. In fact, the lead- series of bereavements which have I could not rest well at night," era and to want to help them i one of TEACHERS. pacity at 2:30 when the brief funers of the Republican party have Feen been visited upon her and hers withsaid Mr. A. W. Davis, minister, who the strongest, as well as, on of the eral service wns held. "Some Day seeking for a nominee with the sole in n period of a few short years. The County School board elected the pom liH north Upper St. Lexington. 0f t,0 Inggest things in human nature. Well Understand," wns touchlngly following teachers for Grrrard county lives at aim of winning the presidency and have .Judge Saufley's Youngest Son. "I felt better in n few days after' TanUc aids digestion, promote sung by a quartet composed of Miss sight of party principles and pollost I rested belter at niirht ami thy refreshing sleep for the next year. Caswell Saulley. as he was known nnd strengthens icies altogether. Elizabeth Higgins, Mrs. J. G. CarMiss Stella Stone, Antioch. noticed that tlie pains left my Imck. I the iwrves. by everyone here at We do not believe the voters of this and called penter, George D. Hopper nnd T. D. Miss Virginia Carter, Pleasant Hill. now have good appetite too youngest child ofi TmU, Mng ,ntntlattd , Raney. Rev. S. M. Logan of Midway, Nation will turn down an administra- "home," was the I ueuevu I mimi: vui uu wont u I Miss Ida M. Hurte, Sycamore. the late Judge M. C. Saufley, who' ter at It. K McRoberts. tion so successful In every phase as the read a passage of Scripture, Rev. P. recommended to d.i." Miss Lizzie Bettis, lleazlev School. just entering up--i Tanlac'roay be obtained in the nearby Wilson Administration and place their died In 1910, while L. Bruce, made a few appropriate Thu enormous sales of Tnnlac mean Miss Martha Kavanaugh, Herring. on his third tormns Circuit Judge alfaira with a man whose position on remarks, nnd Rev. W. D. Welburn but one thing and that is merit. It u cities. Paint Lick, J, N. Metcalf; Dry- Mr Jim Allen Arnold, Reecliwood. Mis mother, Mrs. anttvillo, lieefcar & Ballard; Mule public questions is a blank, even if his of this" district. led in prayer. "God Will Take Care Miss Muttio Adams, Orchard (jrove. what the neighbors say that counts Saufley survives, as official character is vouched for so well Sallio Rowan of You" was sung by the choir and most after all. One bottlo of Tanlar is llickmun. Collier and limner; llerea, Miss llrunet Arnold, West Point. iwell as the following brothers and S. E. Weleh; SUnfiml. Pvnuy's Drug as that of Mr. Hughes. The policies prayer by Rev. Bruce concluded the Mils Viola Tribble, asst. West Point.-Mis- s sold in u neighboring through of President Wilson are known; theyi service at the church. The pallbearbut ten more ure Mitd after the Store; Junction City, UeyioMs and Margaret Jenkins, Mason school. and Evans; tticlunoml. II. I., Perry & Son; first bottle produces results. are In practice; they have brought and Collector H. Rowan Saufley, city,' ers were young men who had been Mr. Harry. Edwards, llrvantsville. (Mrs. George L. Penny, of this Crab ; l.yiw II . i, maintained prosperity nnd kept peace his boyhood schoolmates at tho old ti i, 1.....1.1 .....in..w ...... -- People-- . ure always willing to tell their T Orchurit, Il,....!ll rod1l. Ilurgin, G. ,..,11. ,!, U U.'..ll. ,!, ' with all nations. Every platform pledge Mrs. T. S. Webb, of Knoxvillc, Tenn., school "on the hill" and were Messrs. " y" Mrs. Dora Hickman. San'ford M. Logan, of Midway, Ing to tell others of uny medicine that h. Mcltnlierti, Lancaster, nnd W. C of the Democratic party has been en- Mrs. James T. Menefec, of Knoxvillc, 1 . Mr. D. Hacker, Misses ., ..... .... ,, Sunbright, acted into law. There has been more and James M. Saufley, of Tenn., E. I). Pennington, E. R. Ruble, Anna Holtzclaw and Bettle"" He is also survived by his I accomplished by President Wilson than Tenn. ' ...,-- ,. k, I. . i. ..I Coleman, W. P. Logan, R. B. Woods e.. . it, ....... vi. Judge! any other one administration since the wife, who is a daughter of and J. W. Rochester. A prayer by Messrs Loyd Lutes and Chester A. organization of the Government The and Mrs. E. C. O'Rear, of Frank- ' Rev. Bruce at the grave concluded Long, Misses Elizabeth Bryant, Janet BARKSDALE HAHLETT AUTOMOBILE HOSPITAL. American people will let well enough fort, nnd to whom ho was married the formal ceremonies. Eldridge and Mao Powell, Paint Lick in April, 1911. Wilson Woodrow alone and General repair work of all kinds Consolidated School. ADJUDGED INSANE. Saufley was born in Stanford, Miss Emma Walker, Bourne School. Storage batteries recharged. ' SHOCKING TRAGEDY. attend-wiwill Theodore Roosevelt doT September 1, 1885. After What 4t. J. W. Aker, Prop. Miss Mary Beuzley, Sunny Side. A dispatch from ElizahctMown dated ing the old school "on tho hill" here,! It will be safe to answer that he This community was shocked late Mrs. Mary G. Dunn, Rice Academy. June lath, aaw "llarksdnlc Hamlett do the best tiling, as he sees it. for ho entered Centre College at Dan- Lieut. Richard dwell Saufley. yesterday afternoon when the news Miss Nazzie Bowling, llrights Bend. former Suerintenilent of Public InTeddy. But what that is, it is'difficuit , ville, and early In his college days came that John Marshall Cloyil had Miss Patsy Anderson, Locust Grove. WILL struction, who was defeated in tho last for him and others to say at this time, gave evidence of those studious and HUNDREDS PAY TRIBUTE killed at the Veatch railroad been Miss Ida M. Galuy, Wnlden School, election for Secretary of State, was e He was in'every way by brilliant traits of mind, which AT DEAD OFFICER'S BIER, crossing near Lebanon. Mr. Cloyd Mr. Emmet Broaddus, liuckeje. ANTRIl old guard at Chicago and really tlngulshed his every endeavor fiPPOF Uillt 1 H1L)U. !aull"'d ln- - tbere Monday and was graduated from Centre College Tliurs Miss Mary Barr, Ninu School. Ul 1 Uuu ti to Lakeland Aatlum that alter- Wrapped in the service flag of the day morning and was one t tukt His faithful Moose fpl- - ward. He was prominent in athlet-loweof the most Miss Emma Sowers, us'st, Nina. ' . were disgusted ut his actions. ics In college; popular with his fellow Battleship North Carolina upon popular young men who has ever ut Tim Lexington Herald of Juno UUi'"00"' Mr. Benj. Sipple, Scotts Fork. He is quoted us saying he is out of students; ns proud as Lucifer, yet which he first saw aviation duty, tho tended college here. Yesterday after tnr.kea this, statement Chupel. Miss Zulu Calico, Gumi's Mongooce flat Catcher. politics. The people agree with him. as gentle as a woman and as game body of Lieut. Saufley was lowered noon lie told his old friends and asso "Robert K Leo Murphy, of LexingAccidentally Miss Maud Teuter, usst Gunns chapel It is quite apparent that numerous of as a pebble always. Ho belonged to into Its grave nt Buffalo Springs dates good bye, and shortly beforo Miss Emmu Holtzclaw, BrudshuiV ton, will oppose Congressman Cum li method of dealinground tho chemist's, with tha rat. Ills Cemetery here Monday afternoon. bel Cantrill for the Democratic iKiiiii- - thon waa- - omi tirimiitii..,, full j.nnh the former Dull Moosers will become tho Sigma Chi fraternity. three o'clock left by motorcycle for his School. Full military honors were paid as home in Campellsville. democrats and ussist in the nation for Congress In the Seventh of nolson to send thu whoi us he Made Record In Mexico. Just m Viola Creech, Beech Grove. ,of Wilton whatever may be the action I When Uncle Sam first took a hand a last tribute to the memory of the reached the railway tracks ut the Miss Lenna Holloi(. Teatersville. District. Murphy' declaration papers. tho oemotcry. Hut ho pluiiod his faith Miss gallant young Kcntucklan, nt tho Veach crossing, a mile east of Lebanon, of Roosevelt after this time. It ia ap- -' signed bv W. Puccini and Charles P. lo a small animal, which was taking; actively In Mexican ntfairs nnd VeMisi Anna Hawley, Bethel. Naval Station at Pcnsacola, beforo parent that he dees not Intend to ac-- 1 Dodd, were filed today with Secretary a siesta on tho best chair, A monL. & ra Oruz was occupied by American the widow started northward with tho he was struck by the Miss Eva Merrvman, Curtersville. goose, ho explained, as ho carefully cept the nomination which he solicited of State Lewis," N. passenger train. 'Ho was hurt about Union. in 1014, tho Hying machines soldiers Miss Parrie Clark, remains of her loved one. Tho of- the head, his legs were broken und hu from the Hull Moose party and which Mr Murphy Is a Garrard county pro- stroked Its tall. Now how many wero sent down Into that troubled ficers and crew of tho North Cnroll Miss Gusta Ilummons, Harmons Lick. (ir that Is tha plural) aro was gladly givun to him at Chicago. It duct, being the son of C. W. und Ljlliu also received severe abdominal Injuries, land, and Lieut. Saufley with them. Miss Phebu Sears, Baker School. to deal with how many rats? ' means rut, and all sailors und aviators at llewa the elimination of the Bull Murphy, formerly of this county hut And carried to Lebanon by the Miss Fanniu Dowden, Stoney Point. whero do you get a mongoose, There he gained quick distinction by hctpost attended the service, and Moose party as a political entity, and who now reside In Lexington. He wus and trainmen and (laced in the McChord what do you recti him nn If being the first American aviator to Miss Ode Dudderar, Lawson cliapel. Tedd) out of politics. the guns of the warship boomed out Hospital, where he died three hours born and roared in Garrard County and wants anything but ratsT LouJoit fly over hostile camps, and the first Mrs. J. A Arnold, Copper Creek tho officer's full saluto its the cor later without having regained con Ims worked many days In his native Chronicle. ' Mr. W. II. Smith. Woods View. Kentucky, as well as the Nation, la- to draw a map of foreign territory tege moved from the scene of his sciouiiiess. county us a day laborer at less than one His family nt Campbells-vill- e Miss Doxie Wilson, Hulett school. ments the untimely death of Lieutenant from the air, high up In a flying ma- earthly triumphs to entrain for his He educated himself by dollar a day. wero notified by telephone und arMiss Jessie Parks, Logan Chupel. Itichurd Caswell Saufley. He was per- chine. He was fired upon a number old Kentucky home. studying at night and later by his own rived at his bedside u few minutes beUNION SERVICES. Somo schools will begin July 3rd and vlfurt completed seven years of college forming a much needed service In our of times by the Mexicans, but was Accompanied by his widow, her fore he died. some later, aa this Is left with the work in three years and at the ramu navy. IJ vas a young man of great not deterred from his duty and steer- father, Judge E. C. O'Rear nnd broDeceased was u son of Judge und At the Union Service Sunday evenpromise and the diligence ami success ing and controlling his machine with ther, James O'Rear, the body reach- Mrs. J. W. Cloyd, of Campbdlavllle. trustee to decide Instead of the County time sent two of his sisters thru college. ing will be given a Btereoptlcan with which he was working for his his right hand, with his left hanu, ed Stanford on the 11:49 L. & N. Ho had been in Centra College for sev- Board as last Year, Tho Institute will For the lust two years he has been on "The Holy Land and Unholy lecture Land" country made him the pride of his he mapped the territory and shifted train Monday morning. It was met eral years und was u bright student. be held tho week beginning July 31tt. practicing Jaw In Lexington and has by Dr L. I,. Pickett. Tha services his sheets with his teeth. The first at tho depot by hundreds of friends State. made a iiainu for himself In defending will be held in the School Tho past year ho had been an assistant Auditorium 'moving pictures of Undo Sam's aer and loved ones. It was then taken to in tho chemistry department. He took EMPLOY YOUR VALUBLE thu poor sguiust the "loan ahurk" and at 7:15 p. p. oplanes wero taken there, und friends tho Presbyterian luekking up the "third degree" used church, where It great Interest in nil. college matter Kv, J. T. Betts. of I.ouisville, Ky.r CHICKEN' FEE!) WHEAT 1 cents ot Saufley over tho country, hero o prisoners. He will make a vigorous will bo present and slug per pound. The cheapest feed you can ami elsewhere, saw him In action on lay In state, garbed In tho snow und the past year was captain of the "The Holy TIME THIS SUMMER. 'uiiipalgii white and gold dross uniform of his baso ball team. He was born In 18'Jl thruout the Seventh District City" Hudson, Hughes & Farnau tho screens. buy ml has many friends and relatives In This will will be a very Interestlngjicr-vic- e rank. Probably the most mgnlflcent at Campbellsville, where he attended Ambitious young men und women Promoted to Initructor, display of floral tributes ever seen school before coming to Danville. I am agent for I'ennlngton Gas GenHo should acquire a business education, or Ins district who with him success and and everybody Is invited to nttend knowl-dg- e Returning to I'ensocola, Florida, ut a funeral In Stanford, made 3 wua a member of the Sigma Alpha of Shorthand und Type- would like to vote for Mm. erator Co., for this and adjoining counThere will be no charge ut the door but ft The Record takes off Its hat to' this a freewill offering will bo tuken nt tho ties. My customers are my reference. where the permanent aviation base frame of rare beauty about the bier, fraternity. He responded to tho writing at the Wilbur It. Smith Busiwas soon afterward established, and overflowing upon the altar and toast, "O, Grave, Where Is Thy Vic ness College Lexington, Ky. 11. W. Uice, l'arksvllle, Ky. CUt-pd- . iurmrd product. close of the service. We are determined to make this 1916 June Clearance Sale the very best we have ever held, and so from now to the end of the sale, Saturday, June 24th, we i DRESSES WAISTS CHILDRENS 'Prices Prices -- e, Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Sport Suitings, Cotton Piece Goods, Table LinenSj Napkins, Towels, Counterpanes, Hosiery, Gloves, Muslin and Knit Underwear, Women's and Children's Shoes, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Curtains and Window Shades at Clearance Sale Prices. Ail ot Cash. No Approvals. No Returns. Welsh DANVILLE, Wiseman KENTUCKY. rimnAiiT (Bo. tit nnnci T.rnn nirv e CHURCH AT MIDWAY SAYS ' IS TANLAC. kp mmm I ,,,. ' ' hdver-tisin- ...j. (,,,. ., Myrtle.. ' ' ,.,., """- - Em39I I ll dis-th- d. f 1 I I trt north-boun- d mon-geo- i t,. i n The Central Record, Thursday June 5 1 19 1 6. Our June Clearance Sale Continues all of This Week. Reductions on every article in one of the best assorted and highest grade stocks of Dry Goods and Ladies' Clothing in Kentucky. Come in this week and save money. Every purchase will be in the na- ture of an investment. Special attention is called to the remarkable values we offer in Tailored Suits, Dresses, Coats and Waists. rinoL TAILORED SUITS HALF PRIG ts. SILK DRESSES HALF PRgQE. Are WOOL GOATS HALF PRICE Very Low, "Prices On Raincoats, Skirts and Shirt Waists. Wash Goods, Ladies' All the reductions advertised last week on Dry Goods, Notions, Table Linens; Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiery, House Dresses, Children's Dresses, and everything else in stock will be. continued all this week. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. & BROTHER. l, a visitMr. nnd Mrs. Walker McWhorter, Miss Martha Ward Sweeney Misses Marguerite Anderson and The following self explanatory letter, BROWN-HILTO- N. Mr. Itichard Shea and family were the Miss Elizabeth-Cecilias been received by Mrs. Robert EI- -. ing in Greensburv. two attractive j guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. young society girls of Danville, are kin which will be of interejt to those Mrs Kd Seate has returned from a Miss Nora Brown and Mr. James concerned in the illiteracy movement. Robert Gastineau at Hvuttsville. visiting Miss Elizabeth Ford. visit to her parents in Pehworth. Ky. Hilton were quietly married at the "You are one of the Committee of Mr J. P. Hourne wno has charge of Mrs. Thomas O'Hearn is reported Friends and relatives are looking for- home of the bride's parents, Mr. and One Hundred of Kentucky's ablest Mr C. II. Clarks second cash store in ward with pleasure to very ill at her on the Lexington the visit of Mrs- Mrs. R. S. Brown of Paris Indiana, women whom I havo appointed to renLexington, is spending several days Richard Huckner Spindle and little yesterday and after n short bridal trip nd A Mil Mtntlon of the Comlaju road. der first aid to the Illjteraoy Commission Gulley. Wt Art intemttd In. his parents, Mr and Mrs Sam daughter, Marjbric, who will with Goir.ji by Thou arrive they will be at home to their triends in to save its work from being fatally Dr. J. II. Phillips, of Ilirmingham, Hourne. . Mr. Author Mahan, uf Williamsburg Ala., Is the guest of Miss Annie Ilelle from Norfolk Sunday. Mr, John Mc Lancaster. restricted. Miss Nora U well and favorably was in this city n few minutes last This Committee is hereby called to Mrs L. Manual and little sons James Roberts and Miss Ann Davis McRoberts llumside. known here having graduated at our meet at Frankfort at 11 a. m. Tuesday. will met them in Lexington in returning home from Indianapolis Miss Bettie Combs uf IVIiworth, Ky., D. nnd Alvin were in Itichmond Sunday Miss Ituth Waller arrives Unlay to be High School last year, while "Jimmie" June 20th in Indiana. the House of Representa and Monday for a visit to their cousins. is the guest of Mr nil Mrs til Seal. the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mrs Virgil Baughmun is known to everyone as the popular tives. and Mrs David Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hnselden mil Dickerson. Miss Lydia Elmore has returntd from clerk of .Stormes Drug Store. He was Miss Carrie Hell Romans Is in George Tnis array of One Hundred states It Alman. little Mm", "J. It." and Duncan, spent town, tim guest of Miss Jessie Beagle. Indianapolis where she' holds a nice accompanied to Indiana by Miss Minnie women occupying the seats of the one Mrs. Stephen A Wall:er and little several days the past week in the Mrs. Jesse W. Sweeney entertained position as instructor in the D. and D. Brown who is a sister of the bride. daughter, Georgotta, have been visiting hundred statesmen to enact plans to Mix Lula Anderson i on m visit So Falls City. last Thursday afternoon, nt u musicale, Institute. Her brother, Thomas El- - The Record joins the friends of both maintain for Kentucky its leadership in in Nicholasville. her Hunt, Mrs. Jessie Walden in DanI at her home on Hill Couit, Mr. will arive Satthe enjoy-- , moro who has been filling a creditable parties in wishing them the Illiteracy work of thu nation will ville. Misses Lillio Jones am! I.illie Mae able unfair being complimentary to her place in the Hoosier Cspitnl concluded urday from Atlanta, Ga., to visit his only be an imposing spectnele and far of Stanford has parents. He will make the trip in his Sutton lave this weok for a visit with music pupils. Miss Belle Denny, to remain on his job and not come home reaching in its inlluence, but will be a friends in Danville. been a recent guest of Lancaster LAYTON ZANONE. hundsume Dodge roadster. ' ' hi.Uory making event Becond only to Misses Rachel McBrayer, of Shelby- - for the summer. Misses, Jlarv Arnold anj Florence ville, Duncan Foster of Itichmond, and that of Bryant Station. All Kentucky .Mr and Mrs F. G. Hurt and bright Tho Missionery Society of the Pres- Mr. Chirlie Zanone and Miss Bessie Andridge have been recent visitors in Francis Champ Misses Lucile und Annie Donahue of little son F. G., Jr., have returned to of Paris, will be the bytnian membership met Wednesday Layton motored to Danville yesterday will watch with interest while we de Danville me the guest of Miss Carrie their home in Crab Orchard ufter u the lloyle County Capital. a liberate, and you can reauzo guests of Mrs R. E. McRoberts for the afternoon with Mrs. E. C. Gaines at afternoon where they were made man vacant seat would be a serious that Miller. drawvisit to Lancaster relatives. Mrs. J. V. Arnold und children of dance tonight. the entrance of York Annex. The sub- and wife by Itev. II. C. Garrison. You, I am sur, would not fail j back. William II. Mason Jr., is nt heme Ilirmingham are visiting her parents, Charlie is one of our best known and Miss Alice Hale I'urr, of Nashville, ject under consideration was "Work Miss Elizabeth Fotd, of acthe Federation and the, State in this Mr. and Mrs. J. G. llumside. after n business term ut a Cincinnati companied by Misses Sara this city, and Miss Marie Simpson of Bardstown among the Lepers of the World." Miss most popular young business men, he and Telitha crucial hour and your seat will be College. Chenuult, of Itichmond, visited Miss' Friends of Mr. W. C. Davis are glad and Dr. Phillips of Uirmingham, are Jennie Duncan conducted the devo- is a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Za- tilled. Yours sincerely, none and in every way worthy of the Mr. Will Uice Amon leaves this week Elizabeth Cecil nt Danville. to se him back again in his tailor shop guests at a iiouse party of Miss Annie tional exercises. Wallace M. Bartletl. prize he has won. Hello Uurnside, un illness uf a few weeks. visit kinspeuplo in the Cincinnati to after President K. F. W. C." Messrs Joe Kuvanaugh. Arthur Mr. Shirley Hudson was host nt a The handsome bride is a daughter of vicinity. Miss Helen Gulley and Miss Mary Mrs Humphrey Hallou a former popand James Woods, students the handsome dinner party given at the Mr. Alex Layton and a sister of Mrs. n iWMMMmi Mis John Evn Hilton, of Stanford past year ft Centre College, Dsnville. ular matron of Lancaster, but now of Lee Dunn leave Saturday for Lexing home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Dave Sanders, she possesses all the Stanford, ient the day with us Tues- ton, where ttiey will join u number of F. Hudson in the weSt suburb. Plates beautiful attributes of character es has been the guest of Mr.- - and Mrs. K, are at home for the vacation. IN THIS COLUMN. I MTU. mi) 17 little folks fot a house party given by were placed 11. liaison. day. for eight couples, the '. sential to wifehood. Mrs Hughes Aldridge and daughter. Miss Luuru Dunn. V of tho happy occasion being his The Record joins a host of friends In of Danville, lias Miss Carrie Aldridge, of l'aris Crossing Ilirmingham, .MissAniKiMae Smith of Miss Hattio Hums Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cotton and chil- attractive young cousins, Misses Annie congratulations and best wishes. been the recent attractive guest of Indiana are visiting their many rela- Ala., it the attractive little Kuest of Hemp Breaks made and sold by W. Mr and Mrs S. II dren ltuth and Wade, of Winchester, Mae and Ellen Walker of Itichmond. her Mrs. llettio Smith. tives here ut their former home. arrived yesterday und ure guests of F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. Sample can Henry. and wife will Mr. Lewis Ilerndon Mr. and Mrs. Hooker Wilkerson enMra. Cotton's slsttr. Mis. John Ro&, the Miss Walkers have returned to be seen at Hudson Hughes & Faruau. PRETTY HOME WEDDING motor from Atlanta to Lancaster, ar- their homo near Itichmond, after being Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Dsnmau, nf on Stanford avenue. tertained the following guests at their riving liere Sunday. home on Maple Av, last Sunday: Mr. the recipients of much social attention Nichalusvllle were guests, of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. II. Cluy Sutton. Mrs. Of Miss Simpson and Postmaster Brown. Residence and Shop For Sale. and Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and daughMrs. Henley V. Hustin and other while guests of Mr Shirley .Hudson. Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong, little daughA. H Marksbury und their visitor II. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Casey, Mr. and Owing to my health will sell worth ter and (.on, of llarrodsbury, motored Covington, Mrs. J. M. Staughton, of Miss Helen Young, a student for the to Lancaster Sunday. Miss Minnie Sturmea Dunn June has always been a month sacred the money my residence and shop with ill en- made a mntijiini? inn to Danville and Mrs. Arthur Joseph, nil of Danville, past year of the Itichmond Normal Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moore and neice, to love and marriage nnd was therefore one and half acres' of land in Huenu Mrs. Mattlo Nevlus has returned to School, is now at the home of her tertain ut n dinner party in compliment Perry ville lust Monday to visit relatives Miss Phellips Mrs Jolin W. Moore and a most appropriate time for the cul- Vista. Shop has established trade ot homo in Stanford, utter a visit to Mr. grandparents, Mr. und Mrs. William to Misses Cecil Bnd"'Andersu 'duting Miss Cathervno Wnrrin.ir. of Hus- - E. C. Moore Jr., of Libirty and F. P. mination of the long courtship of Miss 2i years. Call or write their visit heie. and fumily. Joe Nevius G. Anderson. , tonville, who bus been visiting Mrs. Wilkerson, of Stanford. J. E. Scott. Huena Vista. Kutle Simpson and Mr. Ephriam P. Mr. A. F. Sanders and fumily have Carlton Flkin und Mrs. Stephen Messrs Glass Carrier. Frank Tinder, j Among the sixty graduates of th Brown wnose marriage was solemnized The faculty of the Lancaster school of tins city, hu gone to the and Milton .Klliott, students at Richmond Normal School was Miss visited Dr. and Mrs, J, J. Pursley in 1'aul Wednesday morning ut thu home of the Lexington, uru at home. Stella Stone, of Somerset, but formerly Louisville, Mr. Sanders extending his country to he the guest ot Miss Annie has been completed by tho Board of brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uriah WANTED HORSES Uelle Uurnside. trip to Chicago. Trustees, the newly selected Simpson on Richmond street. The Mr. David Sanders and family at- of Lancaster, and Miss Francis Noe, AND MULES. Mr und Mrs C II. Clark and children Miss Carrie Houldeu. who spent soma town teachers being Miss Delcamp, an beautiful and impressive ring ceremony tended the recent, W. C. T. U. Silver of upper GerJurd. , instructor the past year in Transyl with her aunt. Mrs. John j was said by Rev, F. M. Tinder in the I amjin thu market for army horses'' The Itev W. M. Eldndgo filled the of Lexington motorsd to Lancaster. time hi' Contest held at Stanford. vania University, Lexington, whose Sunday and spent the day with Mr pud Crutclitleld on her return from a course presence of only the immediate families and mules, also cotton mules. Anyone Messrs Ector Lawson and It. II. pupil ut the Presbyterian church in Mrs Sum Bourne. ut thu Scarrltt Hiblu Training Sclwol ut home is in Indiana, and Miss Walker, of the contracting parties after which having any to sell, let me know ut unco Itichmond last Sunday morning the pasThe former will Tomlinson, Jr., are at homo ufler u City bus (rone on a visit to Lex of North Carolinla, and motou-W. B. Burton, Misses Juner und Cecil Howling, of Kansas' tor of that membership being in the In) connected with the High School and they took an automobile year at a Lexington College. to Danville where they took tho train Lancaster, Ky. midst of u revivul fur the Itev, Mr. llrvantsville. and MissCleune McWhor-- i ington und Nicholuaville. the'laHer with the graded school. ' Miss Marion HaiiC of the lllue Grass Eldridge ut Faint' Lick. for a short bridal trip, ter of Paint Liclv have been visiting At a meeting of thu Heard of TrusCapital, was a visitor Thursday and Tho house was prettily decorated with CORTRIGHT Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Williams, dangh- TIN SHINGLES. tees uf the University of Kentucky Mr. und Mrs. J. M Nichols and Mr. Miss Itutli Carrier. Friday of Mrs. John 10. Stormes. A luM nt l.vlnirl,. llr nf ter. Miss Mary Clay, und sons. Wood garden roses und plants, the bride wore U. P Hush, Mis Uush Nicholas und Mr. Lear and Mrs. Itev. Hush ard The best and only real good ibinglo Oklahoma, u traveling gown of changeable green Miss Margeret Cook leaves khortly Nichols, of Danville, were guests ufi children, of Columbia, are visitors of this place was in attendance as cue of ruff und Bradford, of Tulsa are hero for a visit at their former silk and a corsage boquet of pink roses. on the market today. I have the ex- to visit Miss Hope Gardner, of Louis- Mr. and Mrs. J, W, Sweeney during Miss Minnie Gulley ut thu Iioiim of Mr. i They came to this citv from Mr. Ilrown is the populur postmaster elusive ugency for this shingle In Gur- ville, and other Fulls City friends. who presided at the session as chairman home. and Mrs. J. H. Super. the Chautauqua season. Lexington where they attended the of Lancaster and therefore needs no rard county and can put them on Mr. and Mrs. William Heed, of " reasonable urlce. If you are-ifrom us while Miss Katie Mr. and Mrs. W.. A. Diskeraon, ac- and Mr. und Mrs. Julin W. Miller hum Misses Jane arid Mary Doty enter- Hamilton College Commencement net,u were visitors last Sunday relumed from n six weeks' visit tu ouiiipanitd by Mr, und Mrs. Edward tained ut u handsome dinner Wednes- saw their talented young daughter rett,,y roofing or building of popular with old and young alikt and kinspeople. afternoon of Lancuster their son, Mr. l'aul Miller and family Ilallaid und Mrs. A. J. Poor, of Stan- day ir. compliment to Mr W, 1. Wil- ceive her diploma from that famous the congratulations und sincere gocd j y kind, give me a call, C. S. Itoop, I'retty little Miss llutli Hoss lias been ut Philadelphia, Lieutenant Miller leav. ford, and Miss Elizu Isun, of lowJr liams und family uf Tulsa, Oklahoma, Institution, und very creditably acquit wishes are extended this happy couple Carpenter and Contractor, a recent' visitor of her cousins, Master irg shortly for an extended cruise us it Garraid, visited Mrs. Elizabetli Wilds, Misses Murtha and Helen Gill also gave herself In delivering un uddresi as by everyone as they embark on tbaj matrimonial tea, PresidenVof the Senior class. ut Nicholasville. Carteraville, Kv. a dinner In honor ot the OkluliomUns. George Lawaon and Miss Helen Gulley. prominent Nuvul olilcer. t Gossip About People Messrs Igo l'errv and Heath Severance, of Stanford, were among the guests at Miss Minnie Mae Robinson's party. Miss Kdnn Horkle, n student of an Ohio coltrge, is sojouner for the summer, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. I ho-n- e Sal-unla- y i relu-tiv- mm m m - hon-ore- grund-purtmt- -l e. Wul-ke- r, out-of- ' 1 An-.,- i ." 111 s rhe Central hecord, Thursuay June MEN NAMED amorally known to tho Now York public In 1001, when as counsel for tho gas Investigating committee bo wrung from officials of tho gas and electric Hunt companies a vast amount of Information In a short Ume and lurprlsed tho politicians by his ability He to grasp details of Importance. later was appointed counsel for the legislative Insurance Investigating committee and brought about Important reforms In the Insurance laws and made himself a national figure. He practiced law from 1SHI, when he was graduated from Columbia Law school. After his graduation from Drown university In 1SS1 he got an appointment s professor of Greek at Delaware icademy. He was soon admitted Into partnership by the late Walter 8. Carter, whose daughter, Antoinette, Mr. Hughes married In 1SSS. He held a professorship at Cornell university for two years. In 1S93 he entered Into partnership once more with his father-in-laHe was nominated for mayor of New York city by the Republicans la 1003, but declined the nomination. He was elected governor of New York for two terms, from Jan. 1, 1007, to Dec. 31, 1008, and from Jan. 1, 1009, to'Dec 31, 1010. He was appointed by President Taft to be an associate Justice of the supreme court of the .United States and confirmed by the senate on the 2d day of May, 1910. He resigned the office of governor of the state of New York on the Gth day of October, 1010, and took his seat on the bench on the 10th day of October, 1010. Mr. Fairbanks' Ciriir. Former Vice President Charles Warren Fairbanks of Indiana, nominated by the Itepubllcnns, was born on a farm near I'nlonvllle Center, Union county, O, May 11, 1832. He was educated In the common schools of the Docame 15, 1916. ROOSEVELT MAY THIRD AND FINAL BALLOT FOR PRESIDENT AT CHICAGO PLEASEG.O.P. Hughes and Fair- HUGHES WEEKS ROOSEVELT DU PONT LA FOLLETTE 949V2 3 18'2 5 ... 3 7 1 LODGE ABSENT banks Nominated. ONLY THREE BALLOTS, For Americanism Aliform and Preparedness. FAVORITE SONS WITHDRAW. Governor Whitman's Speech Nora inating Charles Evans Hughes. Sketches of the Candidates For President and Vice President. Mr. Hughes' Letter of Accept- ance. Chicago, June 10. Charles Evans Hughes of New York for president and Charles Warren Fairbanks of Indiana for rice president, tlie men nominated by the llepubllcan convention here, are frreeted with approval by party members throughout the country. Each man has held high ollice. the former as governor of New York and associate justice of the United States supreme court and the latter as senator from Indiana and vice president of the CnlX-eStates. The latter held his former JiWi office In the second administration of President Iloosevelt, from 1903 d assure absolutely our national security. 1 believe In preparedness not onlr entirely adequate for our defense with respect to numbers and equipment In both army and I navy, but with all thorouchness, to the , end that In each branch of the service I there may be the utmost efficiency under the moit competent administrative hesds. I We are devoted to the Ideal of honorable peace. We wish to promote alt wise and practicable measures for the Just settlement of International disputes. In view of our abldlne Ideals there la no danger of militarism In this country. We have no policy of aggressiveness, no lust for territory, no zeal for strife. It Is tn this spirit that we demand adequate provision for national defense, and we condemn the Ineicusable neglect that has been shown tn this matter of first national Importance. We must have the strength which self respect demand, the strength of an efficient nation ready for every emergency. Our preparation must be Industrial and economic as well os military. Our severest test will come after the war Is over. We must make a fair and wise re adjustment of the tariff tn accordance wirh sound protective principles to Insure our economic Independence and to maintain American standards of living. I deeply appreciate the responsibility you Impose. 1 should have been glad to have that responsibility placed upon another, but I shall undertake to meet It grateful for tho confidence you eipresa. I sincerely trust that all former differences may be forgotten. I have resigned my Judicial office, and I am ready tu .devote myself unreservedly to the campaign. HOW HUGHES WAS NAMED, Whitman Lauded Record of Candidate and Criticised Present Administration. In placing Charles Krans Hushes In nomination for president Governor Charles S. Whitman of New York said: We are assembled here to name the standard fearer of the irrrat llepubllcan party. We are here to name a man who will substitute trained statesmanship for apprentice politics. We are here to aetect the next president of these United States. The national horizon la dark and troubled. From afar the lurtd flashes of a world war remind us of our own cltlsens killed and our own flaff Insulted. To the south we see anarchy encroaching; on our borders. At Washington the president watches and waits. Yet we must not think the task before us an easy one. The country Is still at peace, and the maintenance of peace will be plausibly claimed by the Democratic party. A form of prosperity la In the land, sod few perhaps recojcnUe Us temporary nature or pause to analyse Its causes. The treat war In Europe created unusual and temporary markets which stayed for the time the disaster otherwise sure to result from a Democratic tariff. If the devout prayers of all mankind be answered the frightful holocaust of war will end as quickly as It began, and the products of European labor will pour In upon us. undeterred by a tariff barrier. A Nation "Proud to Fight," We must chooae a man so great that he may bring home to the people a realization of the artificial character of our temporary prosperity. We must choose a man so great that he may be able to lead us safely through the perils that will follow peace. We mutt choose a man so great that he may meet as a true American the supreme nit tonal issues of the hourund tho future. Our party Is rich In men Imbued with the true spirit of Americanism. Our party has ever believed that for the maintenance of these principles the nation should be ready, prepared and, should necessity call proud to fight." W e bring to you today the name of a man trained In battle for thn truth, tried and found faithful In the administration of great public trusts, cter.tng In his Republicanism, free from the nnlmosltlos engendered! b) factional strife, his private life above suspicion, his public life without a flaw, a great lawyer, an effective campaigner, an able executive, a mature statesman, e. learned Jurist. lie, above all others, combines the essential qualifications of a true leador in this crisis of the party and of the nation. Ills searching, fcarH'S and epoch making Investigation Into the management of our great Insurance com joules gave the people their first glimpse of his rare power, courage and Idealism, When he was first nominated for governor of the Empire State so great was hit hold upon the iHopl that he was victorious, although every other candidate on the tick ft went down to defeat. Ills nomination here will carry with ft absolute certainty of success In New York state. Hughes on Preparedness. In his speeches he has shown his soundness upon the great question of national prei redness, lie naUl: "We nre devoted to the Interests of peace and we cherish no policy of aggression. The maintenance of our Ueats la our surest protection. It is our confident aim to live In friendship with all nations and to realize the alms of a free government-fr- ee from the Interruptions of strife and the wastes of war. It la entirely consistent with the alms and it Is our duty to make adequate provision for our defense and to maintain the of our army and navy. And this 1 favor." No one coutu better express the fundamental doctrine which underlies our national defense. His principle are sound, llepubllcan and patriotic. I noed not dwell upon his rvcent career Of his most recent patrlotlo services on the most august of the world's tribunals his magnificent utterance from the bench are the brat monument. him the man of action, We have the champion of the people, the Idol of the electorate, tho faithful public sen ant, the profound thinker on national Issues. Tho great sUts of Nsw York, through the Hps of Its governor, offers to the people and the party, to the voters of the party no, not only to them, to the great nation her son, her noblest and her beat. I nominate as a llepubllcan candidate for president of the United Htates Charles , Evans hughes. to 1909. From the time the first ballot was cast in the Republican convention and It was seen that Hughes bad mora votes than any of his rivals his selection was freely predicted. The end of the heated tint not unduly prolonged flxut came on the third ballot, when tne New York man was chosen by a rote of 04914, 494 being necessary for M choice. CHARLES WARREX FAIRBANKS. Twsnty Candidatts Voted For. He had obtained 233 votes on. the 'first ballot, taken In the evening of June 0, and on the second ballot, taken Immediately thereafter, be gained 73, while Theodore Iloosevelt, who had "been feared by the Hughes men as his strongest opponent, mounted from 03 to 81. Ilesldes these two, eighteen oth-e- r candidates received votes on the econd ballot, the total, twenty, being greater probably than ever lieforo Toiown lft a national convention. Hoot. Ilurtou. Cummins, Weeks anil Fairbanks warn the strongest of the, t wen- - neighborhood and graduated from Ohio Weslcyan university, Delaware, 0 In 1872. He was admitted to the bar In 1874 and started practice in Indianap olis. In 1904 ho was unanimously nom inated by tbe Republicans far vice president and elected with Roosevelt as president. He was appointed a member of tho United States nud llrlt-Is- h Joint high commission which met In Quebec In 1893 for tbe adjustment of the Canadian question and was chairman of the United States high commissioners. On Jan. 20, 18117, he was elected to the United States senW. Voorhees, Demate to succeed ocrat. He was from 11X13 1900. He was mentioned for the until vice presidency four yeirs ago. Ills family conitsts of live, children, four sons and one daughter, Mrs. Fairbanks died on Oct. 24. 1913. The I. daughter Is Commander John W. Tlmmons of the navy. The eldest son l Wnrren C. the weond Frederic tho third Richard, :be jouncet Robert. the wife of Lieutenant l. HUGHES' ACCEPTANCE, Pledges Himself to Country's ServiceResigns His Place on Supreme Court Bench. In his letter of acceptance Mr. Hughes sos: You speak at a time of national exi- CHARLES EVANS Ilt'QIIEB. ty, licsldcs the two leaders, and of these Root and Fairbanks jwlled each a greater vote than the former presi- dent. The nomlnntlon of Justice Hughes by the Republicans came on June 10 fter a night of conference nud debate compromise. and suggo-fteJust Ihv fore the naming of Hughes by the Republicans and the nomination of Roosevelt by th Progressives the name of Senator Lodge was suggested by Colonel Roosevelt as n compromise candidate, but tlie Republicans were then determined to huvo Hughes, nud the I'rogreiMlves could seo only one candidate, Theodore Roosevelt, whom they tin mod, ( In his nddruHs as tewiKinirv cbalr of the convention Senator Wnrren linn !. Harding of Ohio outlines! tho Re jmblliun view of tlio Wtties and plwid-e- l for hwillnir of tho differences which Hit the party In 1U12. He referred tu tlie i ml ley uf the present aiimlnlstrii Hon us one of "watchful whUIiii; mid' vHbbllw; warfare." .1 Career of Charlsa Evans Hughes. ni. : h Charles livuus Hushes, justice of the I'nltwl rttulex court, nominated by the Republic) in for president. us born In lilvus Wis. N. Y, April 11. 1S02. He llrst gency, transcending merely paritlsnn consideration. You olce the demand for a dominant, thorouutiKnlnK Americanism, with tlrm protection upbuilding tvllcle essential to our peace and security, anil to that yill In this crisis I cannot fall to answer, with the pledge of all that Is In me to the service of our country Therefore I accept tho nomination. I stand for the tlrm and unflinching maintenance of all the rights of American citizens on land and sea. I neither motives nor underestimate difficulties. Hut It Is more reeretably true that In our foreign relations we tiave suffered Incalculably from the weak and vacillating course which has Urn taken In regard to Mexico, a course lamentably wrong to both our rights and our duties. We Interfered with consistent-- , and while peeking to when we were not concerned we utterly failed to ai.pre-clat- o and discharge our plain duty to our own citizens. llrave words have been stripped of their force by Indecision. I desire tn Me our illplomiey restored to Its standards and to have these advanced, tn have no sacrifices of national Interests to partisan et'wdleney. to have the first ability of the country nlwaye at Its command here and broad. In diplomatic Intircouno to maintain llrmly our rights as neutrals and fully performing our International obligations, and by the clear correctness and ;utkw of our position ami our manifest I Ullty and disposition to sustain them, to Xjraify our plsce among the nations. 1 stand fur Americanism which knows no ulterior purpose, for a patriotism h!ch is single and complete, whether native or HHtorHllzeil, of whatever race or reed. W. late but one country, and we in net for an Instant tolerate any division 3f Mleglunce. I believe In making prompt provision to lt .ar.ure in every reepect. Under Its admin, itrstton Imports have enormously In spite of the fact that the Inter course with fore Inn countries has been largely cut oft by reason of the war, while the revenues, of which ws stand In such need, have fan4 J I' Calls For Preparedness and dire the normal been greatly reduced, Unwis .1BJ.-- tee ... eer -- .r IU1 -conditions which prevailed der U. .M J fmif 1m. wttk prior to the war. It was clearly demonProtection of American Rights. strated that this act deprived the American producer and the American wage ft b mt Dtd!r le earner of that protection which entitled 1st but aermlets le Is the plat- - them to meet their foreign competitors, Chicago, June Progressives Renominate Leadbar. ftMtwiMtif . fry vhMt-m- . N snd, but for the adventitious conditions form adopted by the Republican national! Tutuw taskM la Mtt ru, .created by the war, would long since have contention: VH to Drttraf Ran. paralysed all forms of American Induser Bui He Declines, In 11 the llepubllcan party stood fori see, aue u4 j. ,uo. the I'nlon. As It stood for the union of try and deprived American labor of its H aWsl, Mar4v, Drat i SBat CMaTfll aW state It now stands for a united people, Just reward. In the least reduced the cost has trie to American Ideals, loyal tokAmerl of Itliving,not which has constantly advanced cai traditions, knowing no allegiance DECIDE. LETS COMMITTEE cept to the lornlltutlon, to the govern t from the date of Its enactment. The wel of our people mnt and to the Hag of the I'ntted Htates. fare substitution ofdemands Its repeat and K. K. McItoberU, DniffRltt, Lancaster a measure which. In We believe In American policies at home the i peace aa wetl aa In war. will produce amand abroad ple revenue and give reasonable protecj Protection of American Rights. tion to all forms of American production Talis Convention If Vlsws ef Hughs., We declare that we believe in and will) in mine, forest, field and factory. Republican Nomina,, M.sl Progrss We favor the creation of a tariff comenforce the protection of every American slvss' Id.aa Thay May Endorss Lsl. citizen In fill the rUhta secured to him by mission, with complete power to gather Fit John tar's Candidacy If Thsy the constitution, treaties and the law of and compile Information for the use of nations, at home and abroad, by land and congress In all matters relating to the M. Park.r Namod For Vic, Pr.tld.nt. sea. These rights, which. In violation of tariff. the specific promts of their party, mads Business. Chirac", June 10. Not altinctlicr ills at Baltimore In Ml the Democratic presThe Itepubllcan party has long believed similar to the ItrpuMlran conrrndon. ident and the Democratic conffres. have In the rigid supervision and strict regulafailed to defend, we will unflinchingly tion of transportation and great cor- , tho 1'ruRrvsslrrs, mcrtlnir In Chicago at maintain. . I .I.mI. K.t. a.ltl..,. f ....... porations of the country. It has put Its It... a.tnA We desire peace, the peace of JusUcs creed Into Its deeds, and all really effec- I and right, and believe In maintaining a tive lawa regulating the railroads and the with the loaders well In control of tho atralght and honest neutrality between great Industrial corporations are the work I assemblage. More enthusiasm, how. the belligerents In the grent war In Eu- of llepubllcan congresses and presidents. crcr, was In eslilenre, with rhecrlnR rope. We muat perform all our duties and Tor this policy of regulation and super- ' When Victor Munlock of Insist upon all our rlghta as neutrals, with- vision the Democrats, In a stumbling and a plentT. out fear and without favor. We believe piecemeal way, are undertaking to Involve ' Kansas, committee chairman, rallcil that peace and neutrality as well as the the government In business which should the delegates to onltr tie was loudly dignity and influence of the Tnlted States be left within the sphere of private en- chrereil. Ilnrtnotid Itolilns, the tern cannot be preserved by shifty sipedtents, terprise and indirect competition with Its pornry chairman ami afterward mado by phmsemaklng, by performances in lan- own citizens, a policy which Is sure to reguage or by attitudes ever changing In sult tn waste, great expense to the taxpermanent chairman, sounded the kcy aa effort to secure groups of voters. uuto for Americanism and payer and In sn Inferior product. The present administration has destroyThe llepubllcan prty firmly believe ed our Influence abroad and humiliated us that all who violate the laws In regulaparty In our own evea The IlepiU'Hcnn individually believes that a Arm, consistent and cour- tion of business should be very differItut prosecution ageous foreign tollcy, always maintained punished. persecution, and Is ent from business sue-tea- s, by llepubllcan presidents In accordance Is no matter how with American traditions ts the best, as apparently regarded honeaOr attained. m by It ts the only true way to preserve our party as in Itself a crime. the Democratic Huch doctrines rightful place peace and restore us to our and beliefs choke enterprise and stifle among the nations. We believe In the pa- prosperity. The Itepubllcan party believes cific settlement of International disputes tn encouraging American business aa It la la ike room, what cloth, are la the p Tan. Ii rflcii Ike Ute of lK oompanti and favor the establishment of a world believes In and will seek to advance ait vl talaUuhtl IsWtr KJCUl aUivlisi. court for that purpose. American interests. Mexico. Alfred Perils Rural Credits. We deeply sympathise with the tS.0y "Prize" Wall Pnpcrs We favor an effective system of rural people of Mexico who, for three years, have seen their country devastated, their credlta as opposed to the Ineffective law for it i.lertejeeerrikelr .rtt.tte ..J deeantWe will He l.tiilw homes destroyed, their fellow citizens proposed by the present Democratic adworth end tkon ru MS Ih. ptk. murdered and their women outrage! by ministration. la Ike armed bands of desperadoes Ml by self l I, .pert Ike.e bea.lifid d.H Rural Frse Delivery. r. seeking, conscienceless agitators. reoral I. b. rperJ. Ik. onlr t.fe ktfw We favor the Tk. bek. "Ilte DMoracw. V We express our horror and Indignation delivery system extension of the rural free and condemn the DemoIke. look epos Ike wiill. outrages which have and are at the q L.r,e .t..rte.t f 4el,.. ..4 cUc- being perpetrated by these bandits upon cratic administration for curtailing and l.ie, at e,.l.r ark... American men and women who were or crippling 1L Ejllm.l.l ckeetfrJIy hnuUL are In Mexico by Invitation of the laws Merchant Marine. and of the government of that country In view of the policies adopted by all WHITE & RIDDLE. and whoae rights to security of person the maritime natlona to encourage their and property are guaranteed by solemn shipping Interests, and In order to enable I'alnt Lick, Ky. treaty obligations, we denounce tne is-- 1 us to compete with them for the ocean defensible methods of Interference em-- 1 carrying trade, we favor the payment to -j ployed by this administration in the tn- ahlpa engaged In the foreign trade of libtemal affairs of Mexico and refer with eral compensation for services actually shame to Its failure to dlacrarge the duty I rendered tn carrying the malls and such of this country ss next friend to Mexico, further legislation as will build up an adeby rach Una. lta duty to other powers who have relied quate American merchant marine and upon us sa such friend and its duty to our gtve us ships which may be requisitioned TjimiioBC noostrrLT. citizens In Mexico In permitting the conby the government tn time of national and the convention hcvame iinmatuc.-abl-o tinuance ef auch conditions, first, by failemergency. ure to act promptly and firmly, and, secfor a time. Hut when thetiK-aLe- r We are utterly opposed to the governond, by lendtng Its Influence to the conment ownership of vessels aa proposed by tn the course of his addrcs men. tinuation of such conditions through rec- the Democratic party because government ognition of one of the factions responsible owned ahlpa, while effectively preventing tloned "the foremost prtrate cttlirn of the world. Theodore HocweTelt," there for these outrages. the development of the American merWe pledge our aid In restoring order and chant marine by private capital, wilt be was no controlling the pandemonium. maintaining peace In Mexico, We prom- entirely unable to provide for- the vast Tor ninctjr-thrrminutes tho chcorlng ise to our citizens on and near our border volume of American freights and will Should be Engraved or and to thos in Mexico, wherever they leave us more helpless than ever In the continued. when he was nominated, after may be found, adequate and absolute pro- hard grip of foreign syndicates. Embossed Dowadays. property-Monrotection In their Uvea, liberty and tho Itepubllcans named Hughes, ColTransportation. Doctrine. onel Itooserelt sent the following stateIt reflects good taste and Interstate and Intrastate transportation ment from Ulster Hay: We reaffirm our approval of the Monroe doctrine and declare Its maintenance has become so Interwoven that the at"1 am orat.rul for th. honor you eonf.r at once creates a favorable to be a policy of this country eaaentlal tempt to apply two and often aeveral sets on m. by nomlnatlna m. as pr.sld.nt. 1 to Its present and future peace and safety of laws to Its regulation has produced cannot .cc.pt It at this tlm. 1 do not impression. and to the achievement of its manifest conflicts of authority, embarrassment In know th. altltud. of th. candidal, of Ih. operation and Inconvenience and expense destiny. Ittpubllcan party toward Ih. vital questo the public. Suppose you come and see Latin America. The entire trenrportatlon system of the tion, of th. day. Therefore If you drslr. We favor the continuation of Ilepubtican country hae become essentially national. an Immediate dMHnton. I must dcltn. th. the many beautiful samples nomination, but If you pr.f.r It I puss.it policies, which will result In drawing more We, therefore, favor such action by legisthat my conditional rerunal to run b. and more closely the commvrcta!, finan- lation or. If necessary, thruuch an amendwe have and get our prices. cial anil social relation between this coun- ment to the constitution of the United placed In the hands of Ih. rrosreuH. try and the countries of IAttn America. States as will result in placing It under national committer If sir llushea' itat. I Ml m.nta, wh.n b. makes th.m. .hall .atlify exclusive federal contml. Philippines. th. cummltte. that It U for th. Interests We renew our allegiancw to the PhilipEconomy and a National Budget. of the country that he be elected, they can pine policy Inaugurated by McKlnley, apact accurdlnaly snd treat my refuwil as The Increasing cost of the national govproved by congress and consistently carernment and the need for the greatest d.nnliely accepte.1. If tli.y are not i.tli-tle- d ried out by Iloosevelt and TafL Eve:i In economy of lta resuurves, in order tu meet they can so notify th. ProsreMlv. thla short ttme it has enormously Improvthe growing demands of the people for party, and at the tuim. tlm. they can coned the material and mcLiI conditions of government service, call for the severest fer with me and determine on what other the islands, given the Iblllpplne people a action w. may deem appropriate to m..t of the wasteful appropriaconstantly Increasing pirtlclpatlon In their condemnation Democratic administration, the needs of th. country ' tions of this government and, If persisted In. wilt bring of Its shameleas raids on the treasury and When the platform was submitted, still greater benefits In the future. opposition to and rejection of PresiWe condemn the Democratic administra- of lta Toft's oft repeated proposals and which strongly ndvocaled American dent Ism, preparedness, protection and no tion for Its attempt to abandon the Philefsecure economy ippines which was prevented only by the earnest efforts to the establishmentami a innn's suffrage, the convention ficiency through of vigorous opposition of Itepubllcan memsimple, buslnensllke budget S) stem, to a harmony committee to c 11 bers of congress, aided by a few patriotic whkh wo pledge our support. fir with n similar lleptiblli 1111 commit Democrats Conservation. tee. KfTorts to get together, h.mevrr Treaty With Russia. We believe In a careful husbandry of failed, the I'rogrosalte lii!i!n." c 1 We reiterate our unqualified approval of the action taken In Di "emlier. 111. by all the natural resource- of the nation a Iloosevelt, despite ltwe elt's si, secure with huebandry which mtns development gestlon that the rrttressle and l:r the prcklent and congreem Uussla, as with other countHM, a treaty ' without waste, use without sbuse. v publicans lHiiuuutte llcuryriilmt that will recognhw the abtiolut tight of Civil Service Reform. Hughes raa iiomiiiito I l y expatriation and prevent all tt'.Tlmlna- always ben As stHin as The elvtl werie law h Hon of whatever kind U twwMi American tbe TroKrcMlvts and the licpublliniit citizens, whether native born or alien, sustained by the )fub4ksn party, that we renew declaration and regardless of race, relhclon or pre It shell be our repeated and honestly thoriiuyhly r vlous political allegiance. We renew the j and extended wherever practicable. niF w uusri v i t in 'I utviy m a m tu The DemtH-rettjiarty has created since right of asylum, which Is maintain the IMS, office outside of the neither to be surrendered nor restricted, March 4. .0 st nn and wo unito In the cherished hope that civil servU' law (Myers annual cost of to the tax of the country. the war which Is now demolating tlie work! may speedily end with a complete and Territorial Matters. ' Inating restoration of brotherhood among ii Unitm-minthe attitude long maintained V. ft the nations uf the earth and the assurby the llepubllcan jKtrty. we hold that oin-da. i'S"sj . CK " ' t lL, s, ance of full mjujI rights, civil and appointed to administer the govern-muto all men In every land. of any territory should be bona fide reeWeuts of the territory lu which their Protection of the Country. In order to inaintuln our peace and duties are to Ui erfrnied. make certain the security of our people Labor Lawa. within our own borders, the country must We pledge the llepubllcan iwirty the have not only adequate, but thorough and faithful enforcement of all federal tolaws complete national defense, ready for any for the protection of labor. We emergency. We must have a sufficient fAvor vocational education, and effective regular army and n provi- and rigid unfurceineiit of a the enactment sion for ample reserved, already drilled labor law, the enactment offederal child generous and disciplined, who can be called at once nud oaxuprehenslve workmen's acompensato the colors when danger comes, tion lrtv, We must havo a navy so strong and so ctiiigrvea. within the commerce power of and an accident compf-nssttlowell proportioned and equipped, so thor- law covering alt government cmHiyves. oughly ready and preptirnl that no enemy We favor the collection and coll t ion un-r- fr can gain command of the sen and eftact a the direction of the department of landing In force on either our western or ef complete data relating to Industrial our eastern coasts. To secure thne hasarda for the lufurmntieti of cogrca, we must have" a coherent and continuous policy of national defense, which to the end that suchoh legislation may be adopti-as limy be even tn theo perilous days the Imwrat-l- o the safety, couaervatlon Uu la ted to secure and protection of party hus utterly failed to develop, but labor fiom lite dangers Incident tu Induswhich we promise to give to tho country. try and trunepurts rtibto by American i'reu Association, . Tariff, JOHN U. I'AUKEIt. Suffrage. The llepubllcan party stands now, us The Republican reaffirming Its ItiKjevolt for president and always. In the fullest senso for the policy faith of government of the leopI. by the nn mod of tariff protection to Amerlran Industries people, far the iople, aa a measure of John M. l'urker for vice I'res.deiit. John M. 1'arker of LoitlsUim, nottd and American labor and doe not regard Justice to one-ha- lf tho adult people of an antidumping provision aa an udequaU this country, fa vera the extension of the nutcd fur vltv president by thu l'ro Mike no deal for a silo without substitute. Huch protection should be suffrage to wotueji, but riogtdsvi the gresslte cnuu'iitlun In Chicago as n In amount, but sufficient to proright of each state to settle thla question running getting out names and fixture.. We mate for Theodore ltoosevelt. tect adequately American Industry and for Itself give more and better anchorage. American labor and be so adjusted as to Such are our principles, such are, our has been prumliieut In the nullities of Stauncher door frame. Sletl.hinged, prevent undue exactions by monopolize or purposes and pollele we ctot as we tho party since Its organisation, foui.lalch door. Steel ilep ladder, should, moreover, give special legan, The times are dangeruue and the trusts. It 11 r. I'arker is u business niun of New step every 18 inches. Detter comparaattention to securing tho Industrial Indefuture Is fraught with peril. We appendence of the United States, as In the peal to all Americans, whether natural-Ize- d Orleans In tho cotton business ami tive comtruction throughout. case of destuns. or native born, to prove to the world Is. a planter liltnu'lf. Mr. I'arker was Through wise tariff and Industrial legis- that we are Anierieaas in thought and lu formerly a Democrat. In 11)12 he was Get Our lation our Inlustrles can be so organized deed, with one loyalty, one hope, one as- considered for the vlcu presidential that they will becoiie not only a rommer-Ha- l piration. We oHll on all Americans tu be nomination Before You Buy of the 1'rogresslies, but bulwark, but a powerful aid to na- true to the spirit of America, to the great t tional defense. tradltlonn of their commm, t- untry ami, tho honor fell then to Governor John-toOOf Jirtrt ttiipmcnt of tavt end fit. The Underwood tariff act Is c complete above all things, to keep the faith. of California. lure snd twaJUr sellinc end operating eapesae maan more atlo iot Uu tnontjr than REPUBLICAN PLATFORM NOT RUN AGAIN i. MS eij S, ja WALL PAPER !"" bn Personal Stationery Central Record. NUN ill- - B X I p4d EM SEEi are More Silo r" Less Money Prices en ttJo conpeny cn five you. this week. Miss Hester Dean of I'ink was the Several children near here are quite KUest of Miss I'eachie Mae Sanders 111 with measles, last Sunday. Mr. John Sanders attended the com Miss Kulalah Montgomery has return mencement exercises at Lexington. ed home after a star with Miss GerMr i'reiton of Danville was with his trude McQuerry. mother, Mrs Mary I). I're'ton, Sunday. Mrs Myrtle Wearen and charming guests of Mrs. Mrs Lotle llogle and children of I'ink children were week-enaro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jesi Sander, Nancy Moherley. COY d Lime, sand, cement, wood fibre plaster, rock, brick etc, for sate by Hudson, Hughes & I'arnau. Misses Gertrude McQuerry and all Montgomery are visiting friends and relatives in Frankfort and Lock I'ort. Mr. John Pain has returned tn his home in Kansas after bring at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Mary E. Fain several weeks. Ku-l- Miss Nannie King has returned to her home at Jelllco Creek Ky, after spending several months with her sister, Mrs II. L. Sipple. Mr and Mrs Lewis Murphy of Dry anssville attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs, Elijah McMillan. Miss I'eschle Mae Sanders has returned home after spending several days very pleasantly with friends and rein- - lives in Nicholasville. Mrs It L Sipple and little daughter, Lillian Owens, have returned home after a pleasant stay with Mr and Mrs Alfred Owens of l'reachersville. Mrs Mary E Fain is slowlr Improving. Mrs Alfred Owens, Mri Meadows and children of l'reachersville were week end guests of Mr and Mri II. L. Sipple. Mr and Mrs Chas. Wilson and children of Nicholasville, Mr, and Mrs. Norman Grow and children of Marcellui were viiitori last Sunday of Mr and Mrs Willie Moberly. Mr. Irvine Clouse died at hU home near hero June 1st, after several weeki illness, and was laid to rest at Scotts Fork. He leaves a wife and live children besides a number of friends to mourn their Ion. He was a kind father and huiband and loved .by all who knew him. The family have . the sympathy of the entire community. .tef u utitk fig mr 9 prove it KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. l Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. Stop At The I Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. Jt4l T No The Central Kecord, Thursday June 15, 1916 -. 4 SSSSSSS7 Jefferson School .c" Law. ATI t.mMVWVt' ft s' V DEMOCRATS MEET IN ST. LOUIS TO NOMINATE Uncertainty as to the Nominee, but Attitude of Bryan Toward President Is Interesting. - WOODRDW WILSON SomeHistoryof PrcviousDem-ocratic txM mm: two tkaii cvrnr u nttTi(kt. I. Kor rrra LI. tilt) i rut torm. Jan. t. lYonairn tit hn In M flB if. ftf Tof rt'irrnd. Tallinn fssaMr raTibl. ncanrl tittvlaotfi of mil tmoton 1 DOfflU JttTrTssr'rl rtsMlf lO f faMD, WfltB ELLIOTT PEWiEBAKER, Sec'r. ionLTMfeiis ir ir it F& PrejMxdncssjxnJjcacc iV and the Engineer r. Unfeed Slaw dru'ret peace, baied on justice and ma'muinrd 10 wim nono,, itm Iuui o p,MC Ameneam mu know thai' nation! an; now defended not aloae ly ghtinj men. but by hunting mduttnet. A- -... Ike Enrne-- n ol ilm counm. tr.irv-,- 1 sineert are trained, hold thai IrufTi lobe ai fundamraul at the law of piTsy. Wall the authority of the Unsed Sutn Corrrnment more Uian 30,000 jineeri and ChtmUli. memben oi tie eminent Ararncan icimtific bodiet, are making lot the (rt lime in the hinory ol die Goemment a maiute. iwfepmg wnrey of die induilnal trtourret ol Amenta. They will go lo the factories and mines ol the land and with ineir KIe method, efficiency, and their aole motive, patriotwn, form a vail, flexible organization, luch ai the world hat never known. Their work will be the bain lor creating in this country a true tine ol defenie n time o( war the ability to produce swiftly, abundantly and with uitained power all the thouumj and one elemenU of raodera warfare. Wahout toch production there cas be no eifrirnt army and naty. MJsary Preparedner; wini the battle. But Injuitrial Prifa riJr.tn win. the WAR I InduSrial Prepamlnen irol ea no huge eipeniei, Only the KNOWLEDGE of what American laJndry can do. To KNOW the extent of each plant, the equipment of each ihop, the capacity ol each machine, the abilay ol each maa. THAT la die ciarnce of InduHrul Pre. parednen. Thai n lhe lade to which lhaty thousand Engineer! are pledged. The Enzineeri' woik will lay for all lime the ihod of K -- mim.i,,. truit" by miking it posnble lo hare munition! made in thouundi of pUnti. Thu vital work of the Engineer! will luppty the military authorairs in ( w aimngion wan miorrnauon never oeiore collected, am a u earned lor. ward without a dollar! cos! to the CovemmenL And thii advertiiement u not pail for. The Aiaociated Advertising Clubs of the Wodd have the copy and the publisher! have utriotically responded and praised it wahout pay for the sske of National Defeue and International Peace. AH Amiwlttml .r. 41 14 f. mil, Mill t. imglti s. il.f AnttU tialt Uttn htts H r.l.s . . w.f ifjtftmt .!., Jt tf ret.. COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS TUT. NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF TOE UNITED STATES I M. I LtisrOle. Kr. ConventionsThis Year Sees First Women Delegates Present. and In Charleston, 8. C, In 1M, nt which city the longest balloting on record proved futile, and au adjournment without nominating a cnndldato followed. Tammany Hall held the delegates of ISftS when tho Xew York statesman, Horatio Seymour, presiding as permanent chairman, develo(cd suddenly Into a dark horse candidate, the third tho party bad brought forth up to that time, Polk and I'rankllu I'lercc having preceded lilm as such. Having reached Chicago, tlio step to Kt Louis was not bard to take, nnd tho conventions of 1870, lfSS and 11WI were held In the Missouri town, which still regards Itself as tho rival of Chicago. Cincinnati In l.VO nnd Kansas City in 1000, Denver lu 100S, complete tlio talc of the cities that have seen conventions. Rule. The At the first Democratic convention a committee appointed to prepare the s rules recommended that of tho whole number of votes of the con- vcntlon should be necessury to consti tute n choice In making nominations. At every national convention slnco that time this has Iwu reaffirmed as the law of the Democratic party. In 1S3'1 an attempt was mado to repeal the rule. In fact, tho effort was success ful by n small margin of votes, 231 to 210, but upon reconsideration tho rule was put In force. Martin Van Buren of New York, Jackson's choice as his successor, was nominated nt this con ventlon of 1834 by a unanimous Tote, and Itlchard M. Johnson of Kentucky s voto needed to received tho nominate him as vice president on the first ballot In 1610 Van Huren was renominated without opjxMltlon, this being the last time that a Democratic candidate was nominated as president by acclamation until 18S8, when Cro- ver Cleveland was elmllarly honored. Though unanimous lu Its cholco for the presidency, no vlco presidential Candida to could muster enough votes to glvo him the desired office. In cr planatlon of their failure to nomlnato a vlco president tho convention of adopted tho following resolution: Two-thir1S-I- GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. HHmnmHM-(OiTII13 J. GREENBERG, Manager. BLEUCHER r 46158. 190C. SM. Record 2:231. Trial 2:1 If. Half Hrother to Lula Watts (2) 2:271. Trotter, llrown Stnlllon, about 15 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. 18. ( Attends as a Beportcr. The Xehrnslinii U not a delevate to the yi. ImiN comentloii. He will nt tend In the capacity of n iiewpaper reporter, mid hW actions will caii;e much Interest. Tho administration Is In fa.tl. vor of lietter military preparations. and the "peerless Under" Is an nvowed pacifist. Ills liitluenee may be mn In the party's platform or It may not. The convrntloii this jtsir ti in striking contract to that held In ISaltfmore four years ngo. Then the nomination Silent Ilrook IOTA!), 2:IC, .ire of Hill v Ilurk 2:031. Meadow Ilrook 2:001. twlongcd t any one. and WIIon nn Sbawbay 2:07J. Zarrine 2:071. Iletly Ilrook 21031. Emma Brook 2:091. Lady not nomlnateil until the tin I i Ilellbrook 2:10, llutler Ilrook 2:10, .Silent Urigade (2) 2:10, Margaret Hathgate lot. (1)2:111, etc. Sired ilm of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071, etc. Hit dam, Jenny On the flrtt ballot Cbaiui Clark wus leading, with 410V4 votes; Wilson secClay, alto produced Iteddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of I'rue 2:21 J. rotes; Jtidsou Harmon Moko 211.17, sire of Kerrno 2:0oJ (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Ilrenda ond, with Yorke (3) 2.1)?!. (Futurity winner) (5) Native Hello (2) 2:07f (Futurity of Ohio third, with IIS votes mid 0car Underwood fourth, ltli 117'3 votes. winner) (3) 2s)JJ (champion filly.) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity win lly tho time the tenth ballot was Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10. ner.) Silver Silk (1) taken Clark had forged further In the Mo!)el2:i0. Mochejter 2:101. Momutrr 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) lead, Harmon's vote having decreased etc. Sired dnms of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) On tlile liallot Clark had rVS votes and O'Neil (3) 2:131. etc Ilrother to Humps 2:03. Wilson 330Vs- - Underwood 2Mi. Martha Tipton (4) all his Ilaron I). 2:10, etc. delegates. On tho twenty-llftliallot Hleucher 10158, record 2:2!), trial mile 2:14, half In l:M. last Uarter in Clark bad lost some of bis strength. It 32 seconds, is handsome seal drown horse, and will weigh 1100 (rounds. He being evident that It would be most greatly resembles his good lire Silent Ilrook and is out of Clayo, by tho great difficult to name him. The vote then was 400 to 40.1. Underwood held on. . ruturity sire Moko. Wilson passed Clark ou the Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and we may expect better ballot and on the prices for our homes in the future. Our advice to mare owner is to breed their was named tho party's nominee by a mares and to breed them t ) stallions of merit and proven worth in sires. Illeueh big majority. Marshall was then nomier is juit the typo to produce the cults that will supply the demand. His colts nated for vlco president. have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and conformation. This was one of the hardest lights This great trotting Stallion will make the season of l'JIC, at my stable in ever held In n national political conLancaster, Kentucky, at vention and the excitement was Intense at all times and some of the sessions lasted all night St Louis will not sco n reiwtltlon of this, Ikj named on the as Wilson will first ballot First Women Delegate. One of tho unique features nbout the approaching convention Is tho fact that 1 will also atand this beautiful thcro will bo fifteen women delegates. Stallion for the season of 191G at Kansas, California and Washington havo chosen four women delegates my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. at each, Arizona has chosen one and Wyoming two. Here Is tho roster of women delegates which has Ihi-i- i inado $10. To Insure A Living Coll. up at Democratic headquarters: Knnsas Mrs. W, A. Harris. Sirs. I am prepared to tako care of mares Mattla 11. Hale, Mrs. J. R Drcnuan Lien re and Mrs. It. J. Lbman. on grass at 10 cents a day. California Mrs. Nora V. Itanmusen, tained on colts for service fee. Miss .Mary II l'oy, Mrs. W. C. Tyler and Mrs. Itlrd II Hobby. Money due when mare Is traded or purled with. Care taken to prevent Arizona Mrs. II. II Fletcher. Washington Mary A. Muuroe. Mrs. accidents but not responsible should any occur. M. 11. Harter. .Mrs. Harrison I Foster and Mrs. KlIiaMh I). Christian. AVyomlng Mrs. T. S. Talllaferro nod Mrs. Mary fl. Ilelamy. Lancaster, Ky. It is eighty-fou- r years since tho first Phone 95. national Democratic convention was called nt tho lieheat of Audrew Jackson, then president, to uoiutuato the man whom ho vvIsIhnI to with him as vlco president during his second term. Jackson's popularity with his own party was so unquestioned t' it ho was nominated at this first Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high Dcmocrntlc national convention by ac- to in o u 3 u J .sll.nl (trees JWM HiMt:lmoi;l. llchl tW(. IlrlrjHllltril 1 ('.real Hroo,I I1W1 nilljr IWi, If it Wilis jm ( llarrjrClar IV Mare, I jretit Bur. V.l. J.W,.ic Hhaeliev Jiljtl,. Mes-l. I Jennv Olajr . ... Rlre nl I. rlami otM. ( NnrwiKxt He Uf nrnea rnnma urtei broea mere Hv Norwood ajl. lifook Zarrlue far... IMltrfwk tw)i. La-lI Ilaron Wllses DM. auv. esc. . Mnko JHVf slreol u In 3:10. tic. nit. ol brands Torse ( tjuevn Ktnel. 11 r Htraihmore IX. Item of Lala Watll (J Dam ol Damp. t:ej- native nolle Ml lilQf lileneher hafi "liter Milk Ml Monrlenlll Jsrt'J Susie lit Jim mi! of Wllkea .Nutw.Jo.1 ""1.2.11 sister Id HHet llreek !. Ill JMrt. tie Sire nt Carl Wllsr. 1 Iiettv (Mar HUH Hall sitter In Silent jennv uiav 11; llarrv Clay It. llrnnk lte,tleClar (41 '.. Ham il Silent llronk an.l I.I lT Clay ilam uf rruel'3llsl.tV. IteditleClavll 1 tk VI. hi 9&4 Hlie nloi, taini ol W. H rg uf 31 lnfl Hearth-- I XhondaT Alston J:7 1i. Dcmocrntlc party gws to 81. on tin? bmiks nf the to hold Its Tho national convention. new convention ball, said In bo In the world, will In.- - tho scene and, although there Is no doubt ns to who tho nominee will be, Interest Is nt Its lielitlit. Tho party platform will lie adopted. Wilson will l nominated and n chairman of the nntlon.nl committee, tit sue' cent William I'. McCoiubg, resigned, will Imj chin-en- . IVrhnpj tho most Interesting fcstuie of this contention will be the iitlltndc that WIHUtii J. llrjan. Hire.- - times nominated by the Democrat u:d three tlntos defeated, tnkes Inwnni Wixidrow Wilson. It was due to 'the inuimoripr'-hol- d on tho Italtlmnrv convention thnt WINhii emerged vlclorlotti oer Cham; Chirk In ltil . Ilrjun was then iii of atato and resigned lxrntie he didn't agree with the iidmlnlstni-(Ion'foreign iwllcy and pre;mredne?s :! plans. t4, forty-slstl- mucii used If not abused figure, when tho tournament opened four renowned knlshts entered the lists. They were lywls Cass of Michigan, the defeated candidate of IMS; James Ilitchanati of Pennsylvania, Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois and William L. Jlarcy of New lork. After many exciting tilts n knight who had remained In tho shadow with visor down dashed In, unhorsed his opponents and won. I ranklln Pierce of New Hampshire was not even named ns n candidate until the thirty-secon- d bnllot, when he one vote, which deserted him on the uc.vt ballot. On the thirty-sixt- h bnllot the votes of Virginia wero given to Pierce. Ills strength gradually In creased until on the forty-nint- h ballot tbere was n wild rush to get Into his band wagon and he was given 2S2 votes, only 1SS being nccessurr to a choice. It took seventeen ballots to nominate James Iluchnnaii of Pennsylvania In the Cincinnati convention of 1STA Prom the first he was tho leadlns can. dldnte, but could not control s of tho votes. On the sixteenth ballot the contest hod narrowed down to Ituchan-aand Douglas. On the next ballot delegation after delegation changed Its voto until tho entire number, 200, were cast for lluchannn. Stephen Douglas of Illinois, who had twice been a presidential candidate, at last succeeded In winning the nomination In 1&C0. But tho shadow of secession was over the land, nnd the party, like the country, was sulferlng. The convention assembled In Charleston April 23, ISO), and continued until May 3. After fifty-seve- n fruitless ballots. In which Douglas had a majority but not s of a full convention, tl.o regular organization adjourned to meet In Baltimore on Juno IS. Southerners who had already withdrawn from the regular convention held a session of four days, then adjourned to meet In Itlchmond Jur.e 11. after adopting a platform. They then adjourned to meet In Baltimore June 20. Having reassembled, they adjourned from'day to day until June 28. The regular convention met June 19 In Baltimore, and upon the second ballot Doug votes. 181W received ;IE k LiB M ltf.t !.if or mi Csvcfamhoii vnd IT Annc 5orirtr oi tijftfwsm I f ABntin Institute U Mwmf Ln$vrm Th l&attut csf LlWinctvl Sonry In Afnrnrast F rtrrirwRfis Snorftr Duilisna 29 Wftl 39A Stffrt, New 'G8 IWAaawSwclM' Aimu Eiwm Yk wiij' i! ,1 M ilU ..fj iW'ljj'giii'iyi jtjsjtp hi-l- h forty-secon- forty-sixt- $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. bow-eve- r, W. B. BURTON, REX McD. 6597 Ilex Drumaik M0. IOrlglers C7 R.I M)alil KM Deumark. Star ol the Writ Star Paula IS l.nrjr Mack 31'ai., ( Mark 'jMaret.yOM se c null (.ortit iieiio.mt I itoae um 1). . Moulroie 10). UnUletijr.larloii lVuutng I naa JIJJ Ihllutli L'lilellain In 11 sail. 9M. h Mars I')' Moat Uom 4lh dnm by Drennon. It cun be seen by tho pedigrco that this horse belongs to a family of chumplons, his sire. Hex McDonald being tho world's champion of champions. On his dam's Biilo ho truces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen ytars. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, short back. His neck, head and ears lire in the right place. He also has the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse that I have ever had in my stable, You ItiOX McD. is a show horse in harness as well as under tho saddle. can not make a mistake In breeding your good mares to this horse. He will make the season At I will also $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. stand my walking stallion, GAY BOYD, At $10. To ntlNCH AMIEItT, Insure Living Colt stallions In Kenone of tho best CLYOESDALK tucky will also make the season at my barns nt the low price of $10.00 to insure u living colt. This is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm horses. At the tame time and place will also stand two extra good JACKS at $10.00 each to iusuru living colts. All this stock will muko the present season at my farm near I'aint Lick, Ky. Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rates and every care ttiken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. by means of a stampede, the first to develop a dark horse and tho first to havo Its proceedings reported by telegraph. Every state was represented except South Carolina. Three hun delegates were In dred and twenty-llvattendance, but they cast only 200 votes. On bumlrcd and seventy-eigh- t were necessary to a choice. Seven ballots wero taken without results and until the eight ballot tho name of James K. I 'oik of Tennessee had been only mentioned modestly as a possible candidate for vice president. Ily the time that the convention was ready for tho eighth ballot great bitterness of feeling had developed between tho supporters of Van Iluren nud his chief competitor, (Jencrnl Lewis Cass of Michigan, who on the seventh ballot led Van Iluren by twenty-fou- r votes. On tho eighth ballot the break from van Iluren In favor of I'olk was started by n delegate from Pennsylvotes vania. I'olk was given forty-fou- r and on the ninth ballot was nominated. Silas Wright, senntor from New Y'ork, clamation. was named as vice president News It was not until 1SIO, tho year In of his nomination was sent to Wash which tho party failed to agreo upou n Ington over the telegraph line and he vlco presidential candidate, that n peremptorily telegraphed back his decDemocratic convention made n formal lination of the honor, feeling that his declaration of tho Issues upon which friend Van Buren had been lictrayed. they appealed to tho leoplo for sui- - George M. Dallas of Pennsylvania was port. flnco IS 10 every Democratic con- thou selected to complete tho ticket, was that Ohio, New Y'ork nnd Pennsjl-vanl- a vention has Issued snrli a declaration. which was successful. each had two candidates. and gradually tlio platforms have come The convention uf 1S8I selected Gro- First National Committee. to bo regarded ns having the binding rer Cleveland of New York, though op. force of party law. Within their limiTho Democratic convention of 1818. tations they nro accepted as unques which nominated Lewis Cass of Michi- posed by Tammauy. Ho was nomitionably ns declarations of doctrinal gan for president and William O. Hut-le- r nated on the second ballet and with Hendricks of Indiana carried tho party fultli In some churches. of Kentucky for vice president, diThis first Democratic national con rected tho appointment of tho first back Into power. To defeat him Tammany tried to break down .' was held .March 22 In vention of ever organized. Its followed by Democratic tho unit rule national conventions, n city which lm Ilnlttmorc. been candidate, like the Democratic cnndlhonored by tho gathering of tho party's dato of IS 10. wan defeated by n Will.; but tho uttempt was not successful. The convention of 1SSS was tho first great quadrennial meeting nine times soldier candidate, General Taylor, who, a can since national conventions were evolved like General Harrison, had no prepara- lu forty eight years to nominateconvendidate by acclamation. At this as nominating bodies. tion for the executive olllce and was tion G rover Cleveland wus nominated The conventions of 1S32. 1S.HU 1810, nominated by tho Whigs lu obedience for n second term by resolution with-su- t IS 1, ISIS, IS." 'J, IS?'. 1012 and tho ad to tho doctrlno of availability. opposition. Por vlco president Aljourned convention of tSliO, which first In the convention of 1S32. held In ien, G. Tbiinnnu Ohio was nomimet In Charleston, have been held In Italtliuore, there occurred another of nated ou the first of ballot, receiving COO Chicago furnished tho t bo thoso strung? and sudden moveisetits votes. Italtliuore. .This convention met In St Lou-Iater of action for tho meetings of 1801. by which the contest between pnuul-neu- t Tho Chicago convention of 1SU2 18S! and liJi Hut beforo the convenand fuvored candliuitcs causes again nominated Cleveland on tho first tion selected n site so far to the west them nil to bo discarded and the posi- ballot desplto tho determined opo!!-tloas that of tho Illinois metropolis In tion to bo given to some heretofore unof his own state. JS0I t had met lu Cincinnati In ISM known quantity. To urq an old und He was thrice honored by his party. Tho convention of 1SS8 nominated hi in for a second term by resolution with out opposition, and tho convention of 1802 nominated him again ou tho first d 15C-n rtftolveJ. That the convention deem It expedient at the present tuna not to choose, between tlie Individuals la nomination, bat to leavs the decision to their Republican fellow citizens In tho several states, trusting; that befora the election ahall take place this opinion will become so concentrated aa to secure the choice of a vice president fcjr the electoral college. In 1S1I the two-thirrule was bit lerly, even savagely, opposed by the A an Hurcn, who had a ma friends of jority of the votes on the first ballot but at no time could muster two- Uilrds. The voto to sustain the two- thirds rule was really n test of Van Ilurcns strength In the convention. It was upheld by a vote of US to 118, nnd from that moment his defeat was assured. The convention of 1810 was tho first to bring about a nomination Breckinridge seven and a half and Guthrie five nnd a half. Thereupon a resolution was passed declaring that s as Douglas had received of the votes cast be was tho regular nominee. Mr. Fltzpatrlck of Alabama was nominated for vice president, but ho declined, nud Herschel V. Johnson of Georgia was selected to complete tho ticket Among those who withdrew from this convention wns the presiding officer. Caleb Cushtng of Massachusetts. The first Democratic convention to meet In Chicago wns that of IStJI. It nominated General George B. of New Jersey on the first lull-lGeorge II. Pendleton was named as the vice presidential candidate. Meeting In Tammany Hall. In 1SCS tho convention assembled In Tammany Hall In New Y'ork. Horatio Beymour was In tho chair. When ionic votes were enst for him ho declared that he wns not n candidate. A stampedo lu his favor followed. He was given every voto of the convention on the twenty-seconballot I'ran-el- s P. Blnlr of Missouri was nominated for vice president on tho first ballot Tho Democratic convention of 1872. which met in Baltimore, July 0, 1S72, ucccpted the principles of tho Lllierul Ilcpubllcans and Indorsed their candidates, Horace Greeley .of New Y'ork and 11. Gratz Brown of Missouri. Somo rock ribbed Democrats refused to abide by tho action of tlio convention nnd held n convention of their own In Soptemlier, 1S7J, nominating Charles O'Conor of New York for president nnd John Qulncy Adams for vice prcsl-deBoth nominees declined, but their declinations wero not accepted. Samuel J, Tlldeu of Now York nnd Thomas A. Hendricks of Indiana wero candidates for tlio presidential nomination !u 1S7G. On tbo second ballot Tilden was named for tho higher office. Hendricks was nominated by a unani mous voto for tho second place. Tho convention of l&N) was a short one. It was called to order In Cincin nati Juno 22 nnd ndjourned Juno 21. Gcuoml Hancock was nominated on tbo third ballot, and William II. English of Indiana was nominated for vice president by acclamatlou. A ih cullar thing about this 1SS0 convention tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via JT'-'- e Ppectat Vne,nlnttlorl Ktntorary Conference at Black Mountain. I'.Uce Crest smi iaynasvltlc. K. C. Cake Junaluska.) WAY up . tl.; --ic.:.tai.i3 of Western North: Carolina are tl.c bcc-tifand attractive resorts-oAshevillc, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxavvr.y, Saluda, Vaynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at or.c of these cool and deliehtfuH places or ct Tate Spring, Tenn. Hound trip Excursion, ul f r! VIW tid rfet5w."Ccrr"crcthe5jutla -t Stop-over- s allowed r- .1 poinls. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details- - For full informotion sre Ticket Anent, Southern Railway, or write. B. H. Todd, District iis:ca,; Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. Diaw A Check for the money you ov e and. note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to div business with n man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust C. Tbv They know he is doing business in a busiress like way. open such an account even if your affairs are not large--. will grow all right. Better The Garrard Bank & Tr.ust Company Democratic National Convention. ST. LOUIS, MO. OFFICIAL TRAIN L.H. &St.L. Trie KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL censUtini of all SI..I. aUctrtc ;.M.. coach... reclining chair cars and Pullman sla.p.rs. will l.ava LouisviUe Ualoo Slattae Monday, Juno 12th. al p.m., and arrive at St. Louis Tu.sday, June I3lh t 7i40 a. rru day before tho Coavontioo. Sjf Doth Phones 1134 L.&N.R.R. SPECIsVL ROUND TItH' KAItES IN EFFECT For sleeper reservations or further information call, write or phone II. L SWEENEY, C.P.A. R.F. PENN.T.P.A. Uul.villo, Kr. LouUvUlo. Ki. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopUol A. K $50,000. Surplus $30,000. The Cevdvcd Record $1.00 Per Yeailn Advance. Lancaster, - N. W. ROGERS. Phone-Paint Lick Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. . Kentucky. Bryan has also been nomi nated three times. Tbo convention of 1890 named the Nebraskau as the ttandard bearer, as did the convention 10O1 tho Bonn and anti- of 1000, In Bryan men In the party named Alton II. Parker of Now York as tho compromise candidate, but In 1P0S tho party again nominated llrjan. ballot. William 11. JENNY, President J. E. STORM KS, Vice I'res't. S. 0. DENNV, Cashlsr. J. L. (Jill, T. JvuiRY, Ais't Cashier. r. J, Safety . Samual 1). Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. J. K. UUS1NESS. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. Stormei, S. a J, II. I'osey, M. Elliott, Directs. The Central Record, Thursday June 5 1 19 1 6. Riding Cultivators . Walking Cultivators Wood Mowers . . Birdsell Wagon . 4 foot Wire Fence NOTICE Spn & DC I FARMBR'S COLUMN LIVE STOCK ripaco below till, heading ) fat Itie t icln Ire me of oar farmer eubiertberi, end le for the eale of dock, fiain and inch Ihinfn on farm aa lb farmer cannot afford to attrerIII. No notice will b accepted ortr lonr lint., and will be only In wo Itanee of the .conn, free of charge $26.00 $15.00 $42.50 $60.00 HUSBANDRY V FEEDING BEEF CATTLE. 38cts Co, J. E. Mount, The Square Deal House. Secured From 8llag. and Cottonseed Meal. I know of localities whero naturally fertile farm lands may be purchased for from $10 to $.7) per ncro that are FOR SALE-Th- ree Rood yearling well adapted W! llvo stock farming, bull calves. J II Thompson, Preach writes Professor C 8. riumb. Ohio ersvllle. Stnto university, In the American AgFort Sale Brum cultivator, good as riculturist. These farms will grow su new. 1'rice reasonable. perior pastures, on which considerable S. II. Elites. lire stock may bo carried during the season. If now one was to uso a com Cultivated hemp seed for salo or le parattvely level farm for crop produc. tlon, centrally located among a group out on shares. ,Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. FOR SALE. -- 20 gocd, fresh milk cows, also 20 yearling, two year old jersey heifers. Walton E. Moss. Fori Sale Some nice, young red cows, fresh and Rood milkers. Nice sow and pics. J. W. Elmore. Tom Ray, of Sycamore Valley, has for sale, three cows with young calve and three sows and pips. All Rood one?, Mrs Fred Conn, Route 1, has some pure Drown Lcchorn eRRS Sam Cotton 1ms two good milk cow for sale. FOR SALE A nice Duroc boar, Miller McCormlck. K F D 2. Cod Return! How the Texas Tube test happened!. nettled mil Tarr considerably! bo many Motorist lisil carelessly stated . ll dl all 111!. lUWJ IXC JURh ..uwLn... lie ritenninrd to show some folks the Jtfcrtnct, I hey would rrvcr forget. !n a war TJ.rre were hJt Cars at tho door, and their Owners "t S.Vi is .'t Iiii rlbov. Tt i!ie ho tald, itovs, how i.'. i. do J'OU thlnlc this Goodrich 7iva) Tube cttiiatly U?u' "Da you believe It In strong enough to tow fr. Vn'j t'ra purjengw Csr, with lour people In it. for UocUa? "VVu ilor.'t, "Well now lw;-e'- s a bit of a Pet I vrant to mska v!h nr.y, or all, of you. '1 l b- -t you a D'.r.ncr that th! little nld rrgu-- I t Oy liKli Tuba (1x4) will ntt only tow Mr. Oiicn's Lar, but will tt.v ell Hint cf your Cert. fully .4.nriTid, through the streets, for tbe full 21 blocks a mile :ir.d n hall) itartln and stopping (iwe fa laanv tlmej as tho crowd r.iakra it iicc-ssa- ry. Una "I wUl, If you Gentlemen rrc agreeable, tip all four of your Cirs, right here and now, take threa T-'out of their boxes, jcjjIat Gx-dncltie t ns tut J bit'vecn each two Cars, (which means luiullng three Cara on the firzt Tubo) and tote You-O- il that wiy to "The Corners." "Arcs yu willinff to bet n Dinner that any one e 1 uhes TriU 'co broke' on the way, or show of ttif n flt-- v which wnM leak Air, or prewnt Its Uiuguscd t;z ito uilginU 1 iru purpose sftcrwardsf 1ch? DC r Batteries Send us your Storage Batteries when they need attention. , We have a special expert for this work and will get them back to you the next day after their arrival at our place. Stop your cars at our Garage when in our city. We will park them without charge. Vlarshall-Feathersto- n ou," said he, "when wo released tho lnad. after the Haul, they Instantly snapped luck s of an Inch longer than they Into just Were at tho start I "And that H of an Inch, tliey look up again In less than two boun rest." "Look that after such a tug, even If they at the finish. rff bang togetlier . j r! Errs For Hatching. for sale. 15 $3.00, 200 for $5.00. for 60 cents. 100 for MOTOR CO. LEXINGTON, KY. 1 77 N. Upper St. II I I Phone No. 692. i II DC IC Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. ' Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F4- All Occasions. 3 or 83. Ft-Miller. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Tbe plan suggested intimates pike, clutch for motorcycle. Finder the end of tbe growing season, that at or late write. Louis Golr.s, Lancaster, Ky, fall, tbo cattle would be brought to the and receive reward. farm for feeding. This would central reduce tbe cost, for it 'would no doubt be very expensive to haul feed each For Sale. day any considerable distance to sur Pony runabout and harness, almost rounding farms. I would especially as good as new. Will dell worth the emphasize tho necessity of careful fig money. J. B. Lawson, uring on tbe cost of this plan. The efStanford, Kv. R. F. D. 4. ficiency of management and labor will 310-hare a vital bearing on tbo profit or Phone Lancaster exchange. loss. 100 foot tobacco bed; also an oak book case with class doors and change of pasture farms. It might be very fca able shelves for sale. Apply to slble then to produce enough silage and Will S. other feed to carry through consider For Sale: Twenty nice Poland able stock during tbe growing season. Without quoting ouy experimental All subject to China Rilt and boars. figures, it may bo stated that very sat register. isfactory profits have been secured In Mark Coins. Marksbury, ky. feeding beef cnttle silage, with somo grnui In the winter season. In fact, ld FOR Sale: One sorrel good many steers are being fed these pony, well broke; also one yearling lays, with sllago as the basal feed, pony. Will sell cheap. with an addition of cottonseed meal Miss Anna Helle Burnside. and more or loss dry roughage, such as hay or corn stover. I doubt very much, FOR SALE Yellow Yam Sweet Po however. If satisfactory returns could bo Bccured from sllago alone. In fact, tato Plants at 20cts per hundred. MrsS. C. Henderson, Phone No 40, any beef breed or grade would prob ably gam mostly in expansion and Paint Lick Exchange. growth rather than in fat if restricted silage. LOST About one mile on Buckeye to Devon cowu aro not large In site, but slve a rood account of them-Mlrat the milk pall, Their mlllc le rich In butter fat and casein and Is very nutritious. They are rather alow In coming to maturltr. but are loncer lived than most cattle. The bull shown la a Devon. toj-s.- " Tim Tarr renarkeil as be smootticd out n wrinkle in his well-fillcvest, "that'll stop the Argument about n.VTIre Tubes being jut Itubbcr,' won't Itf" "If the Urown Stuff that toted all you Heavy weights. and your 'Cars, for 21 blocks without n Sign of Heavy Duty afterwards, isn't something MOKE than 'Just Rubber.' like other Tubes. tbut you'd better buy tbo 'Just Uubber kind licreoftrr. "I'm going to ask all of you to sign your names to this Texas Tire Tube Test.' Just to show that you havo taken part in a rrgular Exploit which Is mighty well teerth recording." So indeed they did, and hero Is the affidavit: tSTTTCll, yV f We' I. 'he Uct'sonl temtj tljng, e rl )sa be the Judges.'! c r"r;n J i'.i-- i:ir.rr s setKtthing snap before Second i!oc!c "Whaddve put into that brown Goodrich Rubber anyhow, to make it hens U&thtr like thatf " Irm mot was the Frits said that what pu-il- rd brown Itubbcr Tubes "not bcins all ttntuad out of n c.V th . I'arr, and I'd havo z.ts bii rne a trice y M up. even It 1 lud to borne the Million. "I don't ss how the blamed Tubes tverifiV hold cut, cpedallv going up Saco St tindtr such a strain. "With eight people In the la; t three Cars, and a total load of over S.bOO pounds I sure thought to bear Ctn n.i otttiard. (when couUup of tho Cet) "you .iu wis Cheerful Affair. put-- r. j AFFIDAVIT. This crrtlfies that we. the undersigned, took part In and witnessed, the Texas tube test referred to in the advertisement entitled "llmv tho Texas Tube Tet Happened I" that the test was made on date of Nov. 11, at Waco, Texas, the dittance covUucUi and that tbo mult ered being was as described. Signed W. M. ODEN. J. M. NASH, A. FRITZ, W. A. 1'ARX. Subscribed and sworn to before rnc by W. M. Clcri. J. M. Nash. H. A. I ritx anl W. A. I'arr. tlie 3rd day of May.A-D- . 1916, at Wact Texas. this Signed J. G. WREN. Notary Public. McLcnnon County, Texas. a Now what think Yet of these GOODRICH Tiro Tubes that could har up under such a gruelling test? Reflect that they cost you no more than tho "orJiuzrj" Tubes you to carelessly accept I Wm. "Agt. Lancaster. nfVrpnTlWV H MetalJIate VbtorlaShaicle Metal o ciock noon , It must be remembered that under existing conditions of high priced labor NOTICE TO ROAD and cost of feed there is a very narrow . margin of profit in beef production. Cattle are not selling as high as tbey CONTRACTORS. should, considering tbe cost of productlon. uniy snrewd personal manageSealed proposals for the improvement ment, with tbe assistance of faithful. of Stati Aid Road No. 40B1. in Gar- intelligent labor tint is not unduly ex rard County, Ky., will be received by pensive will result in the successful the Fiscal Court, at the Countv court house In Lancaster, Kentucky, until 12 carrying out of tbo plan proposed. JUNE 30th. 191C. GOODRICH Trf Tires -INMER-TUBE- S Tessas Lancaster Motor Car Panama's Ctcady fliCc. I'anama la rising thrco feet la oacb century. Uncle Eben. 'Do man dat can't be on do level." said Uncle Eben, "must expect to bavo a lot of ups an' downs in dis life." Co, FORAGE FOR SPRING PIGS. n 111 Oriental 5hin)! f painted red With this variety of designs, either galvanized, or or green, vou can finJjust the right style cfCortright Metal Snlngles for "Cortrlght" Keg. U. S. Pat. OH. your building. Look for trade-mar- k, For Sala ly 5 Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Pa. The work proposeU to be done in volves approximately; One concrete slot 10ftx50ftx0i in Two concrete box culverts G ft x4 ft SOne concrete box culvert 3 f t x 3 ft. arid all other work pertaining to the construction of above culverts. A certified check for $250.00 must The accompany each bid submitted. right to reject any or all bids is reser red. Plans and specifications may he seen and forms of proposal obtained at the office of the'County Clerk, LancasteriiKentucky; i also at ithe , Department r .l,!. . xvcuiut&y. oi 1 udiic ituaus, rrnnKiun, l W. A. DOTY, Road Engineer Garrard County, Ky. . Distribu tors for Garrard County. Ratio of Crimo's Increase. i'cp. itnty. ;. tin- iltt'. jjaxlrn. It Is said that crlmo Increases at :j fveelp una tbty Will bo tho rate of 300 per cent every twenty 119. Ut ID.U.'S UlO wllOlO years. ',w- ' . ularlty. j Or Destructive. About all that uxperlcnco teaches Is I What Interested Her. to rerrain una mat a not constructive. I 'Now. r.buUt tilU lit., contemplate taking out. prunluins St. I.ojIj CluboUeuiocraL vary, "rrctuiums?" chirped bis lfe. "I want a -a KI. 1... postcard al-- , bum, John." Tbe advvrtlsur who loses his pa- i tlcnco will lose cut. The masses who read advertisements movo slowly. Find Strencth In Nature. Mall Ordci Journal. , When I would recrcato mystlf I seek tho darkest wood, the thickest Natural Query. and most Interminable, and. to tbo 'ctttten, roost dismal swamp. Litllo EIslo "Mamma, how much I enter swamp as a sacred place. Thero Is do pooplo pay a po'jnd for babies?" 'the strength, tho marrow of nature. Mamma "liablea aro not sold by the Tho wlldwood covers tbo virgin mold pound, my dear." Little Klslo "Then j and tho samo soil Is good for mjn why do they always weigh them as soon as tbey aro born?" 'and for trees. Tborcau. Are You Heady For Harvest? Flies Dimihiah the Milk Flow By Annoying Cowa IF NOT, SEE US. DEERING MOWERS, HAY BINDERS, HAY RAKES, PRESSES A new and complete stock of all kinds of Farming Implements. Try our place before you buy. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. Cows seriously annoyed by flies do not give more than 60 per cent as much milk as tbey would ordinarily. It Is to tho advantage of farmers and others who keep cows to protect them from flies this summer. It can be done cjulto simply. In the first place, spray each animal with a mlxturo composed of three parts fish oil and ono part kerosene. Apply It with a small spray pump. Secondly, keep the stable and barnyard as (reo as possible of manPlow Harneis Paralysis. ure. Remove It frequently and uso Tho mlstiso of the back bund may soma simple disinfectant freely about seriously Injuro a valuablo horse, ami tbe premises. this Is most likely to occur in plowing If n plow shows a tendency to run too deep inako tho adjustment ut tho Fly Talk Is Dirty clevis, not by booking tbo trnco chains up so they pull down un tho back band. When people discuss tbe fly evil Tho loin of a horse is tho weakest part frankly and seriously they use dirty of bU back because there aro no rllu talk necessarily. It Is a nasty subject, underneath to support it. Undue presbut we ore bound to consider It for our sure placed on It may cuuso peruia own protection, and to take steps to nent injury through paralysis of the abate the evil. hind legs. All of tho pull should come How does typhoid fever spread T directly from tho horse's shoulders. Generally it Is communicated when the solid and liquid food to bo eaten Hon Pasture. by healthy persons Is contaminated For supplementary hog pasture earl:In some manner with human excreof cowpcas or soy beans ma," ment from someone who bag tbe dis- varieties May l, by seeding broad bo planted ease. or In rows. Wheu tho first k1 cast This ts where tbe house fly gets In tiegtu to ripen, uiuslly ubout the mid r Its filthy work. Suppose your dlo of August, tho crop 1 ready to," neighbor has typhoid fever. The pasture. waste matter cast from bis Intestinal tract is emptied into the outside toilet on his premises. Files swarm about tbe toilet vault until dinner time at your house. Then some of them attend your meal. Tbey alight on the Hrson "School "Law. food and poison It with germs either from tbetr hairy feet or by depositing it speck which also contains germs. TWO YKAR1X)UKIIKH Do not this statement. COMPUTE I ltsi itsr oiiuUcl.l. fit. crtMlXJl. Ask your doctor If it ts not tbe gospel teUwarUiidl trg fcoip uuiMU, Tuilkts truth. Then, get busy and help kill tbe llbruia Ml fur lillCusulotutftu4 Mil iriu. of flies. Thus you may keep death out ktodaofti mil IhiotoA of your own boat. v. next-doo- Sustenance In Nettles. Nettles good human food? Of courso! They havo been known as such lmmcmorially in thrifty Swlticr land and other careful countries. There Is no better rival to spinach in tho wholo vegetablo kingdom. And tho nettle ought to bo utilized, it docs so abound. It Is the ono weed, almost the only ono. that grows In all coun $01.00. Of all forage crops alfalfa is tho tries under tho sun, so say gardeners great icrmancnt crop, while rnpo is who fight it J car by year and have tho emergency crop and green ryo the never taken the right rovengo of eatfall and early spring crop. The Ideal ing It London Chronicle. forngo crop should show adaptability to soil and climate, permanency. pnlalability, reasonable coit of planting and good pasture nt any tluio during the growing season. Alfalfa, clover and rape havo most of these qualities. Tho accredited gain In, pot to an aero of forage varies, dependlug upon tho crop, ago of tho hog-- and tho amount of grain fed. An aero of sweet clover with com at 50 cents and bo; at $3 a bundred pounds netted $12.07: raic, $37.50; alfalfa, $tS3.UO. ami i combination of oats, peas and rape, Alfalfa Clover and Rap Give Beat Re turns In Pork Production. Spring pigs fed on good forage crops will make five times as much profit as those fed In dry lots, according to Itay A. Catcwood, instructor in animal husbandry in tho Kansas State Agri cultural college. The cost of 100 pounds of gain on young pigs with com at 50 cents a bushel and such forage crop as nlfal fa, rape and clover, runs from J2.SS to $3.00, with older hogs from $ I.ZJ to 13.31. i'.,,v '. -r ' - . lnain-un.-- i plush-covere- nln I J j t (sBBBBBBBBaIBIBBHlBn.B SllSlBSlSISlkML3ptlVVin BWPBiwHsgBsW amaWkama 'akaWamlaBaaaaawaataam J1 pooh-poo- mtorr tmwm, sk Uiiniii, This picture shows the wrecked condition of Qrlscoe Conn's Garage at Dan ville and was taken immediately after the explosion. Through the courtesy of the Danville Advocate we reproduce it. Mr Conn appears, in the picture and is the second from the right.