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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 29, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916062901_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 29, 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 RELWIOh, UN1ARNI8IIED DEMOCRACY AND QOOD GOVERNMENT. TWINTr SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 29, 191 6. NUMBtR II. Harvest Will Soon be Here and you will need i Hand Us That $. Spend the Found-Gold Peering f PRIVILEGES AT AUCTION. Privileges for soft drinks and other stands for the Fourth of July celebra tfon, will be sold to the highest bidder at Paint Lick, Friday afternoon at two EXAMINING LOTS OF HEMP. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS WITH PARIS "Fourth" nt I'aint Lick. Watch. O. II. Itendren or en FIRM FOR ONE HUNDRED TONS. Make the loafers go to work We have It and the price Is GUARANTEED. Hit, Bled Hanner" ' " One of the largest deals in hemp made In Kentucky in many years was closed last week when E. F. Spears & Sons, of Paris, signed a contract with the United States governmennt to fur. IBS nish them over one hundred tons of doubled dressed hemp for a sum ex ceeding seventy-fiv- e thousand dollars. Ail me Hemp contracted .for Is now in the hands of the Paris firm and ship, merit will begin at once. The conten. ding bidders were Winchester firms, It is claimed that this sale will not af. feet the future price of hemp as it is said the demand for the, cjtning crop, which will be unusually large will be the greatest in the history of the industry. The yield in Bourbon county alone this season will amount to over 1 Thomas and McCoririack MOWERS and RAKES. POST and GUSTEN SLAGER BUGGIES. i Listen to the band play "Star Span-at Taint Lick. Tuesday, the fourth. Uetween the call of our county and the call of the factory, this Is no time for the filler. Last week was an Ideal one for liar vesting and the bulk of It Has finished In the country. Union Services Sunday night at the Methodist church. Let every one turn out to this service and worship God TRIAL 'NOW ON the examining trial of Asbie Sebsstain, charged with killing Zack Simpson, is being held in the upper court room of the court house The town Is crowded with friends and relatives of both parties and a number of witnesses will be examined, which will probably take up most of the day. As we go to press, HI Everything in the Hardware Line. S a OUT AGAIN. IN AGAIN. Binders. We are headquarters for Deering Binders, Mowers, Rakes and 1 1 jg Conn Brothers. live And William Gaffney, charged with hoUsr breaking and sent to jail several Weeks let live folks. RAISIN 2 SPANISH UJ CAKE. POUND. z D U) 00 tu 2 Q o o 111 i 'J C3 the weather will permit, we will on July 4th send up several Air Ships and Balloons containing slips, for which the holder will be given different prizes In Merchandise. These slips will be worth looking for. Remember the date. If July 4 Theo DEEDE ago to await the action of the next grand-jury- , gave Uncle Dave Ross the slip last Monday night and madt) a hasty SherilT Tom Mallard was soon ou his trail however and in twelve hundred acres. Next Tuesday Is the "Glorious three hours captured him near his home U. S. SENATORS fourth," the banks will b closed, the at Flatwoods and returned him to jail. W post office will observe holiday hours and there will be no rural delivery ser- PAINT LICK WILL CELEBRATE THE MEMORY OF WILLIAM Try a Stone's "Pure Ilutter Cake", Heats those Mother used to make. Costs less than the ones you hake. 10c at Currey s grocery. Place your order now. r m Patriotism,- - Preparedness, Pranks and Iletween the reckless driven auto- Play will be the order of the day nt mobiles in daytime and the one without Paint Lick next Tuesday when that lights at night, the pedestrian is kept gay little city and her hospitable people ever on the alert for fear of being run open the gates and invite the surround ing country to help them enjoy the over. "Glorious Fourth," Fun and frolic will be something doing at There will be unrestrained and those who stay Paint Lick, next Tuesday. There will at home will miss something. be a band on hand and something.doing everv minute. Read the advertisement "AUTO BUS." in this issue. "Meet me there," , vice. 0. BRADLEY. Haselden Lancaster. - Bros., Kentucky is Ilarley is being threshed and with suitable weather, the wheat threshing will follow rapidly and the small grain will be out of the way enabling the farmer to give all his attention to his corn and tobacco. STANFORD AND LANCASTER DAILY. Leave Stanford Hotel at 1 p. m. Leave Lancaster Hotel at 3:20 p. m. One way $1.00. Round trip $1.50. C H. MOSER. LU -- Currey. O JL j See Border of "Ad" for Names of Calces. WJLIITHd 31O3H0 S I H d3 IAI We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat in shock, stack or grainerles. Come see us. t 3B E Under the newly eracted laws only CAN READ IT hook and line fishing is permissable. The "spBdger" and those who are acWITHOUT "SPECKS." customed to drag a big aeine when the Danville, Messenger has on a The river gets low had better be careful the eye of a most .viUgant game war new dress and has changed its form, we are sure It must belong to the fern-emden is upon them."" gender, so rapid, complete and nun an anumjant blackberry crop beautiful has been the change. It Is in sight augar is' too high to allow now set In ten point type and Bangs, sugar in coiTee, much less unlimted to say nothing of some of his friends, blackberry jam. However, the far can read it without his "specks." seeing housewife will can the ber ries and .make jam of them when sugar DECLARATION IMPORT goes down, if such a thing should come to pass, ANT IN HISTORY. CLOSE CALL. We are approaching the end of the first half of the second century since that band of patriots went before the civilized world with the Declaration of Independence, appealing to mankind as a jury for a verdict between theAmer ican colonies and the government of Great. Uritian. The verdict in favor of human rights immediately created pub lie opinion against the rule of tyrants. Today the rights of man cover the earth as the waters the sea and the world owes this marvelouj development to those patriots who dared to defy cngiano. anu a King. notwithstanding the urgency of war resolutions and the prets of other business incidents to to these troublous times, the U. S. Senate paused to do honor to the memory of the late Senator W. O. Bradley. Pnrty lines wers obliterated for the time being, political differences were lain aside and all joined in doing honor to the memory of Kentucky's illustrious son. Senatcr Ollie M. James opened the ceremonies, and thev were closed by a tribute' from Sen. J. C. W. Beckham, who after a close of his remarks, moved the assembly adjourn in honor of Sen. Bradley's memory. Senators Kern, of Indiana. Smoot, of Utah, Works of California, Townsend of Michigan, Nelson of Minnesota and Warren cf Wyoming, republicans, and Hamilton of Illinois, Williams of Mississippi, Overman of North Carolina and Sens. James and Beckham of Kentuc ky took part in the memorial services, while most of the Kentucky members and a number of prominent visitors were present in the Senate chamber. Dr. John G. South and wife the latter the daughter of Sen. Bradley of Frankfort, Ky. Mr. E. C. Barnard, who married Mrs. Juliet Kogers, a niece of the Senator, to. gether with many Kentucky friends were in the galleries during the pro ceeding. The ceremonies were Impressive, his old colleaguek and associates, men who have retched the top rank in political life, irrespective of their political faith, joined in paying tribute to the memory of the man, who was termed by one of their number as "one of the most genial of men, a ptince among his fel lows, a distinguished lawyer, a great orator and a profound statesman, wnoss memory would be cherished as ha was loved in life." On last Saturday, Wholesale and Retail Hardware. fi . WE ARE rn SLAUGHTERING A cut on everything. PRICES 1 To Reduce Our Stock. HATS RIBBON BELTS --- All for CASH ONLY for the next 30 days. I I MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. I V EbVIORE 8c HOPPER Lancaster, Kentucky. Ur LJI 11 J Master James Gregory, son of Mr and Mrs Parker Gregory, while shoot ing sparrows with a twenty-twrifle last Monday, one of the balls glanced and struck Mr Hob Scarbroth who was standing some little distance away. The small bullet only penetrated the clothes however and aside from a snarp tipg in the back, he was not otherwise hurt. o MAXIMUM . RED INNER TUBES ARE A PROVED SUCCESS. Come and look them over. 30x3-32 LIGHT COURT DAY. PAINT! PAINT! Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. Monday was one of the lightest court days ever seen in Lancaster, farmers being too busy to come to town, con sequently the crowd was small and business dull. Several horses were purchased for war purposes at $90. to $127.60. A few mules exchanged hands at $87.50 to $138. Politics was at low ebb, neither Helm or Montgomery being pesent. A NEW HEMP MACHINE. ENLIST IF YOU x3i $3.10 33x4 $4.30 34x4 $5.50 $2.60 30x3 $3.00 32x4 $4.20 33x4 $4.40 35x4 $5.60 BREAKING ARE DISSATISFIED INDIAN RELIC. t Mr Dave Pullins, who lived here some eighteen years ago has been on a visit to his old home and his friend, Mr Jack Adams. Mr rullins showed us a most interesting Indian relic found at Uerea. It Is an arrow made out of an opaque stone showing a perfect Indian head when held up to the light. Wo have never seen any other arrow made of this kind of stone. WITH PRESIDENT WILSON'S A Paris Ky, man has just invented MEXICAN hemp breaking machine which, of POLICY, OR SHUT UP. course "breaks out the fibre faster, cheaper and better" than the old hand Recruiting officers were here from brake. The farmer however will "have Richmond last Saturday seeking to en to be shown", for it is almost an annual list men to fill out the Richmond comoccurrence for such an invention--tpany, which will in all likelihood, along make its appearance, and the farmer with other Kentucky troops, be sent to invariably is compelled to return to the the border and perhaps see service in time honored hand power machine. Mexico in the event of war. They W ith the present Increased crop and in securing four recruits at this the accompanying increase in price, the place. growers would welcome the advent of A notable incident of their visit was some machine that would get out the the fact that among those who answer fiber more rapidly and with less expense ed the call were none of those who are so frequently heard to make adverse LANCASTER BOYS EM criticism of the policy of the Adminis- MoRoberts Drug Store Capital $50,000. SCIENCE WISDOM Surplus $50,000. TWO IMPERATIVE DEMANDS JemanJ'' that the tree be pruned. so as to bear more and better fruit. demands that you prune your extravagancies 10 that Jour t)ank account m&y yield! a more satisfactory crop. THE REASON WHY. Why is it that UATSON & WEST are selling GOODS SO CHEAP BECAUSE they buy for CASH and sell for CASH. liECAUSE they take all discounts. I1ECAUSE they have the lowest rent. BECAUSE they have no clerka to pay. BECAUSE they do their own work. THAT IS THE HEASON. CLOUSE. Mr. Irvine Ouse died at 'his borne Coy Ky, June 1, 1916. Mr. Clousu was a devoted member of the Christian church, having become a member of tha Scotts Fork church at an early age in life. He was a honest upright man and loved by all who knew him. He was 53 years old at the time of his death. He Is survived by a wife and five children, a brother and sister and host of friendj who mourn his loss. His remains were laid to rest In at W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. the Scotta Fork cenetery. tration toward our southern neighbor. PLOYED IN OHIO CITY. There are a great many who are beard At least a dozen Lancaster young to long and loudly exclaim against men, most of them not yet through "watchful waiting", to proclaim what school, are at work In Akron O, during would have happened had the summer months. The majority of been present", or to declare that we them are employed by the big Goodrich should have long since have declared Rubber Co., one of the largest manu- war against our rebellion ridden, neighfacturers of rubber products In the bors, but when the call came and they country. Mr. Givens P. Terrill is dean were given an opportunity to show of the Lancaster force, and also has a their patriotism by upholding a doctrine good position with the Goodrich people. which they have so long advocated, The boys are all "making good", work- verbally, they sought quIcK and sure ing hard, making good salaries, and cover. These people are anxious for many of them have already won well war, provided always that someone else earned promotions, accompanied by in does the fighting, but when the time crease of salary. While tt Is not "old comet they are not to be found. Kentucky" and the biscuit served at Our president has sought by all hon to lead this country along their meals (?) are not just like "moth orable means paths of peace, has exercised much er used to make", yst they are all sat isfied and are sticking close to their forbearance, during all of which time jobs and winning unstinted commenda these blatanta have been proclaiming for war, and now when forbearance has tion irom tneir employers. The following being a list of these ceased to be a virtue, and there seems would-b- e Glass Car- a probability of hostilities, thy who we rier, Zan Robinson, Paul Elliott, Wil- might first expect to join the ranks to liam Mac Elliott, Joe Kivanaugh, Al- protect their country and avenge itsj wrongs, have sought the dark, placet len Johnson, James Woods, John Willie Bell West, Bert Embry away from the call of the bugle and the eye of their fellow man. and Rice Terrill. o Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKER, Vice B. F. HUDSON. President. r. W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r, Joe J. Walker, Jr. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. I'rett. W. 0. RI6NEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. I 0 The Central Record, Thursday June 29 MT. HEBRON 19 1 t. A CARDS. f a. A Aai A AAA For Small Fry Prepare Growth Building Suppers Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Italney'a Livery Stable. - Lnnonstcr. Kentucky It. W. Morrow, Graduate Optlclai Glae fitted. S.ti.r.cllon Guaranteed Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Mr L, E. Speaks has purchased a Ford car. I Mrs. Speaks of near Lancaster is the guest of her .on Mr L. E. Speaks. Mr. Chas Dean bought of Mr Alex Dean a pair of work mules for $275. Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Coulter at ML Olivet Mr and Mrs. Ed Grow spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Buford Teater. Mrs F. W. Montcomerv whn no. quite sick last week is able to be up at mis writing. Mrs. Jas Stone remain, nnlto.lLher daughter, Mrs. Sm Dalton of London, Is with her. Mr L. E. Speaks and family and Mr. E. Sherrow and familv mninrnl i Frankfort Monday. Mrs. Thos McMillan snent th l.n.r parionasi week With her brother. Mr Isaac Montiromerv ami family Jessamine, the family being down with - Federal Inquiry or Railroad Strike? Faced by demands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen that would impose on the country an additional burden in transportation costs of $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such a public body. Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement ol the controversy miltrn is as follows: UUXa John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky D. V. A. PUTTING IT AWAY. Mr and Mrs W. N. Grow nf Hill were the gecats Friday of Mr and Mrs W. I brow, their grand-daughtLucy, returned home with them on, I IM.nt "Our conference, hare demonitratcd that ne cannot hirmonlie our difference, ol opinion and rtist .Mutually the we propoac inai jour 1 neretore, In contro.er.y muit be pa.ied upon br other and Oi.intere.ieo aeencie.. umuuuai propo.al. and the proportion ol tne railway, oe unpoiru oi oy on. or mtoimi 1, Preferably br tubmiition to the Intuitu. Commerce Commlnion, the only tribusal which.br reawn ol it. and In control ol ih. revenue ol the railway., I. In a pcil- accumulated Information bearine on railway condition! I ... In rnnii.l.l .ml protect lk flffllt. .fill .ail tin ol all the inttteit. affected, and to prof dc additional revenue ncceuary to meet the added eot of operation in caie your propotali ate lound br the Commii.ion to be uit and reasonable: or. in the erent the Interitate Commerce Commimon cannot, under eiLtinc law., act In the prcmitc., that ne tnintlr reaue.tI Congren to take iuch action at mar be ncceuary to enable the Commlnion to coniidet and promptly dtspotc ol the question.. mroivcu, or i. By arbitration in accordance with the proriilon. ol the Federal law" (The Newlanda. Act). imi" Paint Lick, John Jl. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. KENTUCKY DANVILLE. Prepared by the department of agriculture. milk, It Is blRhly Important that tbo child also get plenty of flsb, bread nnd other cereal BESIDES well cooked meat substitute, such as foods, enough meat, dried eggs or thoroughly cooked beans, butter nnd other wholesome fats, and particularly vegetables and fruits. Sugar nlso is valuable, and tho child should get simple sweets, but not between meals or at times and In such'quautltles that It wUl Interfere) with his nppctlte for normal food. 3111k, being a liquid. Is sometimes classed with water, tea and coffee, simply as n beverage by thoso who do not understand Its value as food. This Is a great mistake. If all tho water were to bo driven off from n quart of tea or coffee almost nothing would be left, and tbo little that remained would havo little or no vnlue as food. If, on the oUicr hand, tho water were driven off from a quart of whole milk there would bo left about halt a cupful of the very best food substances. Including butter fat, n kind of sugar not bo sweet ns granulated sugar and known ns "milk sugar, and nlso materials which are needed to mako muscles, bones, teeth and other parts of tho body. AH theso valuablo food substances are ordinarily either dissolved or floating In the water of milk. Besides all this nourishment, milk contains a very small amount of a or substances now thought to help the body of the child to mako good use of other foods. For this1 reason milk Is often called "growth promoting. Apparently nothing can serve so well as tho basis for the diet of tho healthy child. Compared with most other foods milk contains much lime, but very little iron. Spinach and other green vegetables and egg yolks are, on tho other hand, very rich In iron. This is one reason why combinations of egg yolks and milk and of vegetables and milk are recommended so oftenTor children s diet. When milk Is given to babies the chill Is usually taken from it. It Is safe to do this for nil young children. Teach your child to take a quart of milk dally. hen milk Is used as a drink It should be sipped, not gulped down. Delicious Salad. ,Ono quart of finely cut apples, one pint of watercress, one Ncufchatel cheese, one-ha- lf cupful of French dressing or one cupful of mayonnaise, four stuffed olives. Tho watercress Is picked from the stems and mixed with tho apples. Put In salad bowl, which is lined with shredded lettuce. Bub the cheese through strainer or fruit Beautiful stayed until Sunday. Mrs. Peaceie Grow cume home St- urday from a two weeks visit with rM. atlves in Jessamine, she WAS ACfmrw panted by Mr. John Roberts, wife and , ,. . .. uaugnter, .miss ueuia. Mr Duckworth of Nicholasvllle was In this locality recently buying cattle. He bought three head of L. E. Sneaks ar 7c per lb, 2 of A. S. Dean at 7 and Tic per lb, he also boueh't a bunch nf calves from Mr. Dean for August de livery at 5G.40 per hundred. Dally Thought. What you wero others may answer for; what you tried to bo you must answer for yourself. Ruskln. Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration York, June voting or Federal review, an,d the employes arc now nation-wid- on the question whether strike. authority shall be given these leaders to declare a The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these rcas6ns: e Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote Soother body with iuch an intimate inow-dcj- e o( railroad condition, ha. iuch an unquritioned po.t-tio- n in the public confidence, The rate, the railroad, mar charje the public lot trantportation are now largely filed by thi. Cjorern-meboard. Out ol eeery dollar the public nearly one-ha- Itemed by the railroad. Irom i. paid directly to the em ploye, a. wage.; and the money to pay increawd wag., can come from no other .ource than the rate, paid b the public. The Inter.tate Commerce Comm!..ion, with it. co irol orrr rate., I. in a poaition lo raal. a complcts inreitigation and render uh decision a. would protect the intcrr.it ol the tailroad employe., the owner, ol the railtoaJ., and the public. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. hone 3. Office Phone 27 Residence LANCASTER KY. DON'T GO TO BED f WITH COLD FEED Sajs; "Often Brings On Attacks Of Acute Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. Rheumatism. An ounce of prevention is worth i pound of cure, and people who are sub. ject to attacks of rheumatis-- n should never go to bed with cold feet. A whole lot is being said about tak ing salts and elfervesing tablets for rheumatism and sciatica, but those who suffer sharp twinges and painful swollen joints need something powerful to overcome their piteous suffering. Any nroau-rmnue- d druggist will tell you that one-hal- f teaipoonful of Rheu ma taken or.ce a day is driving more rheumatism out of afflicted people than an tne salts on earth. Right in this neighborhood R. E. McRoberts and all druggists sell large quantities of it. and It s the surest and most inexDen. sive remedy-ab- out 60 cents a bottle. The railroads feel that they have no right to grant a wage preferment of $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that shall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts. The single issue before the country is whether this controversy is to bt settled by an impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare. National Conference Committee of the Railways one-fift- h A Question For the Public to Decide ELISHA LEE. Chairman r. R AlliatlcCo.il .1 ALBMOIIT, L.W BALDWIN, Gtm'l Shni. U. Hailro.J. G. II. P.MKHVIN. C U UAHUO.. C'l,lliwir. ILrlUC a N B. Cf.lrat Grorlit Kitlwar C7 t4ir. !!.! Gr.tt Notltafa Kailwif. rtiladilpai. a Huaia. CaiM.oki Cm'lUftm. C. II. KMINri.CWf B. W. 6. C. COX. Manse,Ky W.A. Wheeler f. K Wabith H..I-r. B. CKOWI.hr.4iX. ritrtrnUnl. Nr Y.ik C.H.I K.il. it. ,,. II. COATM AN, VkrtttlinU 9otbr. Kaitw.y. Yik. RulrotA CHICK. C. A Oki K,.lr-A.S- . GRKIG. Aul. I. Jtan.rm. MtitmtSI. S5 C. W. KOUN5. C.7 At(kiB.Tatha SaaU Ft KliU.V. II. W M.MASTKK. WtHlnl a Lakt K K.ika.a. (.! Jafr. N. I). M AHHR. ran rvlial. Natfalt A Wi.lfa Rilaav. JAUIKS K..l-- ir Li Prlif C7V.a. .. Hailraai. Il,a,,,a ;.aJ l'l-rA. M SCIKIYrlR, t-Naaailraa. tJaaaWaii. W. I . SRIIDON. IWfm . J All Ua. KnUir. A.J STONK, ri4:rtmUnl. Katlia.4 ttit ar O. s. waii). Saaaa. Caalral liaaa. MUJM.t,C IU...M'. ,,. rurm. c'SHi. Fresh air is ns necessary to the health of the hair ns It is to the health of tho lungs. The womnn who is not Doctors Of Dental Surgery. guided by this truth has hair which, as Orflce: Storme. Balldlncerer Hurt it Andet a rule. Is "matted down" and of an on, nrnliare store. unattractive shade. Tho outdoor girl whoso coiffure Is blown about by the LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. wind, usually has a head of hnlr that is full of life nnd vigor and Its color press, spread over top and cover with ing is fine. Fresh nlr and plenty of French dressing or mayonnaise. Gar- brushing, with the shampoo and gentle nish with four stuffed olives cut Into massaging of the scalp, will often three rings. make "sickly" hair healthy. M. K. Denny and Tr.ii.j- - TREES Roses, Phlox, Peonies Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts to mo and uhlan.!. "f,..l.l.. see dat lady. She Is all old but her hair.' Chicago Tribune. OVCr one Thing Youthful. I were riding on the "L" tho other day and Just across .mm us sat an elderly woman who had evidently dyed her hair, for It was a bright colJen I irnu-ttttti, InALi at her for some time and then leaned My small son and n , I Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F All Occasions. Prompt Attention 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Fruitand Shade Troes Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, For Hot Weather Wear Try This Picturesque Sunshade Everything for Orchard. Lawn and H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, 1811. Kentucky. 191G POSTED t" The undersigned hereby give warn 1111! The season is here to look after Hail Insurance on your Tobacco Crop; ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful test extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N U Price R. L. Elkin VV, It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. P. Hlshd. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. W., L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden, J. II. Rigsby, J. C. Rigsby, John Richardson, A. u. Miles, J. U. Woods. J, II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. B. L. Kelly. David Steven. Frank Thompson, S. C. Rigsby. 0. M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton ana tu liourne. Am Mrs. J. Wade Walker. I)av niiililorm- P. U. Thompson. W. II. Cummins. Jerry Bland. We will add other names for 25 cent Your years labor can be lost as a result of one hail storm. BETTER BE cash. r SAFE THAN SORRY. Engraved Visiting Card Is THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making A Neatly Rates Low. smalt hat will always bo a hallmark of certain types of good Meanwhile summer suns uro calling out a mriety of huge hats, especially for sports. Tho ono pictured is especially chic for beach wear, a novelty straw faced with salmon pink crapo and banded Tilth a witath of padded leates, glistening berries and pastel flowers. Terms Liberal. f M Till: calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD J KE MPER & WOOD S Neatly Put. A little girl was learning the Golden Text for the next Sunday's lesson. Closing the book, sho kmn. "vvi,,,. Is a mocker; strong drink Is raging. aim anu an, and ah," when hor little sister, who was at play, but bad partially cauxht thu van), ihii.vin,. to help her out. said. "And wh ninnviir la seated nearby Is not wlso." I lilu.lr Tl.. - ' ' the lire the follo'wlnr. r W'eared In the window of the .. "Win i, ' Vreckod store! -- ' N street on 9, and will be your hon' thfl nr-T-t A small tailor shop on thr burned out. and the tallo L Reform. "7 PAINT LICK, KY. tlons aro ' fr'hd c jmploUd, c"lW when alttttf The Central Record, Thursday June 29 1916. tot II ren ttit itindtnl rtnwdr for ll kln dlmiwi. A llqold citrrntllr. ntfnnl Klfyrrem Itch, tie. toe and tl.oo. four montr Bigger and teller JULY 4th, At Paint Lick, Ky. Parade by Local Talent Music all day by the od WAH ft. V V PVtp, n. E, McUnberts. Lancaster, Ky. Flohtlna 8olrlt 8trona. "A heap o' da disturbance In dli worm," iam uncle Ebcn, "comci fm de fact dat mo' ever'body would rath er fight dan Jes' (It down an' bo peaceably lonesome." Scientist Up to Date. 'Hare you succeeded In demon strating that astronomical theory ot yoursT" "Certainly not." replied tho scientist. "As soon as an astronomical theory becomes thoroughly dem onstrated It loses halt Its Talus as a subject for magazine articles." Life. Invaluable Habit of Thrift No one can acquire a fortune unless he makes a start, and the habit of thrift, which he learns In saving his first hundred dollars. Is of Inestimable value later on. It Is not the money, but the habit which counts. Darius Ogden Mills. Fond Mother's Prldt. suppose your son was well pre pared for college," said the casual friend. "Yes, Indeed," replied the fond mother. "The president wrote the faculty could not teach him anything, so they permitted him to come home." "I FORGED SALE. Our complete stock of Automobile Tires f I Accessories and Richmond Tlmcs-Dlspatc- LEVEL GREEN. Mi. Willie Green returned home Sat urday from Villa (trove, III. Mr. W. H. Smith will open his school at Woods View, Monday July 3rd. Mr. Jas. Smith was the guest of his brother, Mr. W. II. Smith, Sunday. Master Fred Centers and Lawrence Robinson spent Sunday with Mr. Combs Green. Mr. Henry Creech, wife and daugh ter, Miss Allie, spent Sunday with Mr. Shermon Robinson and family. Miss Loraine Davis and little cousins Robert and Zella Davis visited their aunt Mrs. George Davis of Wallaceton. Mr. Ermred Clark and family and and Mr. John Green and little daugh ter Marie, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ciis Sowder, of Point Leavell Supplies Must be sold by the First Day of July. at 8:30 p. m. Military Band. Danville Will also sell our BASE BALL. WHITES STATION vs PAINT LICK at 2 p. m. Locals vs Locals "Mother Hubbard Game" at This one will make you Laugh. 4:15 p. i COMPLETE MACHINE OUTFIT Including Lathes, Sharpener, Automatic Tool Grinder and Electric Motors, Power Drills and in fact the most complete garage machine equipment In this section of the state This entire outfit must be sold by July 1st, in order to settle up our business. McCreary. Mr. Jasper Sebastinn was at Miss Mahel Prewitt's Sunday night. Protracted meeting begins at Free m. dom the first Sunday in August. Milt Iva and Allie Hume entertained a faw of tneir friends Sunday nignt. Mr J. J. Sebastain and family were the guests of Mr. W. T. Sebastain Sunday. Rev. Morgan filled his regular appointment at Bethel last Saturday and Sundav. Mr. Virgil Sebastian and wife started to her fathers Sunday and broke down Tennis Game. Best pair players, double court, 2 sets in Tennis Game. Best one player, single court, 2 sets in Frizes given by Dr. W. L. 3 3 Carman. Games start In forenoon. Three-Legge- $2.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 before they got there. Mr. Jasper Sebastian and Mr. Lewis Long took a pleasant tirp to Point Leave! Saturday and stayed until Sunday afternoon. SEVERAL GOOD SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILES AND MOTORCYCLES AT LOW PRICES PAINT LICK Mr. Everett Winburn has returned to his home in Richmond. Ms James Rucker, of Lexington, spent Sunday with the home people. Miss Ogg, of Berea, has been the guest of her cousin, Miss Annie Todd. Miss Leila Beatty, of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Jessis Parks Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Parks entertained at a delightful three o'clock dinner Sunday. Mrs. Grace Kuykendall and children are visiting her parents Mr. Wm. Gaf-ne- y and wife. Mrs. I. C. Rucker visited herdaugh-te.- , Mrs James Conn, near Lancaster, Fie Eating Contest Prize $1.00 Given by W. C. West. Merchant, Silver Creek, Ky. Prize $1.00 Potato Race By G. C. Cox, Merchant, Manse, Ky. Prize $1.00 Cracker Eating Contest Emory McWhorter, Manse, Ky. By Prize $1.00 Most Comic One in Parade By J. T. Tussey, Merchant, Silver Creek, Ky. Prize $1.00 Most Comic Pair in Parade By A. B. Wynn, Paint Lick, Ky. Prize $1.00 Jump, Standing For All-Broad d Lace, 75 yd. for all Prize By Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. 100 yd. Foot Race, for all over 12 yeers old By Cox & Centers, Cartersvllle, Ky 100yd. Foot Race, Boys 12 yrs. and under By Farmers Bank, Kirksville, Ky. Ugliest Man on Ground Prize By J. C. Turner, Merchant, Buena Vista, Ky. Peanut Race, Boys under 15 yrs. old Prize By Sanders 5 Hill, Point Leavell, By. For All, Broad Jump, Running Prize Gonn&flrnold Temporary location Mahan 6 Bethurum's Garage, Fourth Street, Danville, Ky. COY Measles are raging in our neighborhood. Speakers Stand. Arranged and following speakers invited. Expect most of them on hand. Judge Charles Hardin, L. L. Walker, C, F. Montgomery, J. "E. Robinson, Clay Kauffman, Harvey Helm, Judge Shackelford and Green Clay Walker. Your ticket will bear a number. The one holding the lucky number on ground that day gets $ .00. 1 All lunch baskets tagged with complimentary ticket. .V Those 5 to 2 years old 5cts. Those 2 years and over lOcts. One ticket admits you to all attractions. The Grounds Will be Policed and Order Maintained. ADMISSION .1 1 Mr and Mrs Elijah McMillian were visitors of Mr John Ray and family Sunday. Mr. Cronley Broaddus and family were visitors of Mrs. Mary Sanders and family Sunday, Mrs. Eli Cornelison and Mrs. Edd Miss Maude Jenkins of Barboursville Williams visited Mrs. Price Williams. has been the guest of Mrs. B. L. Sipple near Ruthton Sunday. the past week. The New Hope Sunday School had Rev. Cloyd, of Lexington will fill his their Children's Day exercises last Sun appointment at Scotts Fork Saturday morning at ten o'clock. day and Sundav nights. The members of the Rook Club had a mVs Lottie Bogle and children, of most enjoyable picnic at Wallaces' Jessamine county spent last week Mill on Tuesday afternoon. with Mr Jess Sanders and wife. Mrs. Laban Kirk and children of Mr. B. L. Seppe, wife and baby were Paintsville are the guests of her par visitors ot Mr. Forest Curtis, of ents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Parks and little Miss Emma Sanders, of Cottonburg, son Harold, of Wayland are visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks has returned home after a weeks' stay Mrs. D. W. White entertained the with her cousin, Miss Peachle M. San"Nickel Club" Wednesday afternoon. ders. Their next meeting will be with Miss Miss Lena Lou McMillian fell from a Ava McWhorter. horse last week and broke her arm. The Misses McWhorters were at She is suffering very much from the home to a number of their friends on accident. Monday evening. With such gracious Eugene and Edison Folger, of Mar. hosts the evening was necessarily a de- cellus and Miss Alberta Speaks of lightful on. Bourne, are visitors of their grand-- , Mr. Parker Anderson was honoree at mother, Mrs. Nan Moberly. a bounteous dinner on Sunday at his Misses Bessie Ray Sanders of Cotton- -' beautiful country home near here. burg, Ky., and Befsie B. Burton, of Twenty-aWof his relatives and McLean, III., spent a few davs at the friends having gathered to celebrate country home of Clyde and Peachle I his 76th birthday. Mae Sanders. n the past week. Mr. Lee Ledford. who is traveling for a Cincinnati firm, is in for a visit to his parents. Miss Margaret White, of Lexington, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. It. G. Woods, on Sunday. Miss Willie Williams, of Madison, Indiana, is the guest of her grandmother Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Mr. and Mrs, John Ballard and Miss Mary were visitors of Miss Mannie Campbell Thursday, "WORKS WONDERS" piece of old doomed to end In a dark garret, can reitoretl to beauty and be coat of usefulness by MANY a PEE GEE It RE-NU-L- and appearance of floors, furniture, and woodwork Is a Stain Pee Gee and Varnish comblnvd mad especially for beautifying homes coma Pee Ctt in 11 Natural Wood colors. White. Cold anil Silver Enamel. All sizes CO. C PEASLEE-GAULBERT Is easily applied, drle quickly and add to the Ufa MCOsWMlU Mnf ftur LOUISVILLE, KY. CC&JCStormes 3Esj The Central Record, Thursday Jurle 29, 1916 BEST THRESHING COAL IN TOWN. WE LOAD YOUR WAGONS PROMPTLY. Plenty of GRAIN BAGS for distribution to our customers, under. Central Kentucky Millers Association Rules. Let us figure with you lor your flour needs. We can please you. HUDSON, HUGHES &. FARNAU Phone 26. Lancaster, Lentucky. POTATO SCAB. The Central Record INCORPORATED. DEATHS AMONG THE COLORED NottRetrlbutlon. Tho man who Introduced the .lido trombone In the United States has Just died In New York from natural causes. PATRONAGE VER- SUFFERED WITH STOMACH ILLS NOW MR. EVENS. OF LEXINGTON HAS NO TROUBLE WHATSOEVER. long time but issued Weekly. J1.00 a year. "Aunt" Minerva Alcorn and Edna Doty, two highly respected old colored women and Tom Evans a color 'Mgr. R. L. ELKIN, Local Editor and ed man died last week and their re omcc If Lancittr, Ky mains were laid to rest In the LancasIntered ! the I'oit ter colored cemetery. Second-Clui Mult Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. PEOPLE. "Aunt" Boston Transcript. WILEY SUCCEEDS TERRELL. I THE PATRIOT'S MILITARY CREED. (By Cap t. James A. Moss, U.S.A.) Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 29, 1916 Frankfort, Ky., June 2S Rodman Wiley, of Georgetown, chief bridge en-- 1 gineerin the Road Department, was appointed Commissioner of Roads to day by Gov, Stanley, succeeding R. C. Terrill, who has been at the head of the department since its creation in 1912. I believe in Peace, but in Peace with Honor and CATTLE SALE. Rates For Political Announcements I believe that War is a terrible thing Mr. J. F. Adams weighed up 45 heed For Precinct and Citv Offlles . . .$ 5.X that should be avoided, If possible, but also believe that there are things in of cattle which he hud sold to Center 10.00 "or County Offices which averaged and District Offices.... 15.00 this world worse than war, and Peace Brothers this morning For State 10 without- Honor and Is one about 1417. This was the best bunch For Calls, per line of cattle shipped from here this sum 10 of them. For Cards, per line I believe in what the honor of mv mer. The price paid was SJ cents a For all publications In the InterCountry stands for Honor, Justic, pound. est of individuals or expresTruth, Liberty, Humanity. J. P Bourne bought five rice mules sion of individual views, per I believe it the Duty of every Amer here list Monday at an average of 10 line ican to uphold the Flag and what It $140. a head. 05 Obituaries, per line stands for and I believe It the Duty pre' We are authorized to announce Miss pare himself in a Military way for this Jennie HigRins a candidate for County Responsibility. of Garrard I believe in Personal Prepardness; County, subject to the action of the by which I mean If I am ever needed ' to defend my Sister, my Mother, my Democratic primary August 1917. Home and my Country I will be 'Dre- We are authorized to announce J. O. pared to do so, I believe in National Preparedness, Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocCourt by which I mean my Country being ratic nomination frr County . Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. Prepared to uphold what the Flag stands for and to defend itself if at d ot every American to HOWARD. Formaldshyds Solution Best For Treating tho Sted Tubers. The spore or germ of potato scab In carried on the seed, thus Infecting the next crop. The spores will also lire In the soil, and for that reason n Held that has grown scabby potatoes should not lie planted with the same crop for a few years. Lime and manure do not cause scab, as some suppose, but they do produce conditions In the soli that favor the development of scnlk It Is best to apply lime or limestone after the potato crop has boon harvested. Manure will do less Injury if applied the year before. W. L. Slate of the Connecticut Agricultural college suggests that not only the potatoes should be treated for scab, but also all bag, bnse. liaskcts or palls that nro to contain the seed after t rent Inc. by sprinkling tbcm with formaldehyde solution. The formaldehyde solution (formalin 40 per cent) Is the best for treating tho seed potatoes. Make up a solution at the rate of ono pint of formalin to thirty gallons of water. Soak the uncut seed for two hours. It Is best to treat seed potatoes Just before planting time so they may bo cut Immediately SUS PATRIOTISM. What a sight for gods and men are 'some of the ficak politics coming to the surface this history making year! Behold our impending war with Mexico! Kuropean entangling complications that are requiring the highest and best thought ot the soberest, sanest and best poised statesmenship that the Nation Can muster. Commercial problems of a magnitude never before imagined. And yet, forsooth the successful handling of questions of such pith and moment is obscured or thrown into total eclipse by reason of the failure of some man's friend to connect with a fourth class post office paying from $10 to $40. a year salary, or because some rural route was run over the wrong road, or because the wrong man was appointed the temporary carrier. To an outsider looking in, this must be the ridiculous reduced ad abturdium. But, it truly represents the present political predicaments of the President and the members of Congress who have bourne with him their share of the great responsibilities in part Patronage versus patriotism! Patronage! Think of it! Rather the absurdity of thinking of it in a year when all creation rocks with the storm that may mean the beginning of this world's ending. e repeat. American politics has Every one its inexplicable tangents. admits that it is impossible to give every office seeker a job. And yet be cause a congressman cannot do so he He may have fought the is pilloried. good fight, and kept the faith. He may have refused to wear the big boss's collar. The "Syatem" may not have been able to control kirn. He may have exhausted the salary and emoluments of his office In financing his campaigns and in legitimate contri butions to his party's nominees. His record may have been unassailable for straight forwardedness, and he may have advocated the measures that have met with the unchallenged approval of Yet, if all parties and all be has been unable to pats the pie, his failure so to do is the unpardonable sin, the unforgivable crime for which he must be crucified. What of wars. What of diplomatic equations. What does the winning of continental commeicej and finance, what does the successful! handling of other Kindred world prol-- 1 lems amount to compared with tho ar-- i tistic appointment of the postmaster at "Some Body's Crossroads" for the selection of the "watch" for a moonshine distillery? I mem-tioneworld-puzzlin- g "I suffered with my stomach for a after taking Tanlac I got 4 We are authorized to announce Joe "Hamilton as a candidate, for. County Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired Subject to ',term of J. W. Hamilton. the action of the Democratic primary fAugust 1916. We are authorized to announce Hun. Chides F. Montgomery, of Liberty, Casey county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth district of Kentucky, thnrnnirhnpSB- - nvnlom rlpflnlinpaa. or ubject to the primary to be held the ganization and team work. In short.-i-f tacked. I believe that Citizenship carries with it Obligations as well as Privileges, and I believe that Military Serviee is one of tb-- most important of these obliga- tians.. I believe in the benefits of Military Training; I believe that It strengthens the body, benefits the health, improves the mind, and teaches obedience, respect for law and order, patriotism. courtesy, honor, loyalty, manliness, j believe in Military Training because it makes for Efficiency and betterCitizen-ship- . authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court RECKLESS AUT0M0- Clerk, subject to the action of the August 1917, BILISTS. A WARNING. We are authorized to announce Hon, The majority of the automobile own iiarvey iieim, ot Lincoln county, as a ers of the town and county are very candidate for the Democratic nomina careful and adhtre strictly to the laws tion for Congress, in this, the eighth pnovided for their government, as well of Kentucky, subject to the as keeping nn ever watchful eye for the district primary to be held August 1916. safety of the public. However, there are some who seem to think-tha- t the streets and thorofares were made for WARNING TO PUBLIC. their sole and especial benefit, and All persons who have notjhad Typhoid have an utter disregard for all loves lever should have themselves It.i intended for their government. There is a maximum of speed to bo munlzed Immediately as this Is tbo time of year for typhoid fever to get observed both in town and county, but In its work Dad water and unsani this does not worry them, they are tary conditions bring about diseuse, more concerned in ascertaining just how fast they can go. The law says Immunizing bills are cheaper than Dr bills, nurses bills and undertakers bills, light on machines must burn "between besides suffering the ravages of this sunset and sunrise," but notwithstand ing this law, many cars travel the disease. J. M- Acton, Health Officer Garrard Co. streets Rt night without lights of ary description. ineielsalso a law pro viding for horns of some means of apE NEW prising the public of the approach'of a AND machine. This is also ignored and you NET LAW NOW IN FORCE know they are coming, by the brush of air as they pass you. The act pasted by the last sessional To use a common expression, they the Kentucky Legislature for the pro have "been getting away with it" so tection of the fish In the streams of far, have ignored and Infringed these this State became effective Wednesday, laws with impunity, but such will not Circular letters have been sent out by be always the case, a halt will be rail Executive Agent J. Q. Ward, to all the ed some time. We are inclined to the counties notifying fishermen that It belief that the stoppage will be the out would be unlawful to catch tlsh except came of some serious accident, mayhap wlh rod, line and hook, hand lines, set the loss of life, let us hope not, but at lines or trot lines. Persons attempting the present gait they are taking, such to catch tish by any other menns will a thing is not unlikely. be subject to a fine of not less than $15 Hetter heed this timely warning, obey nor more than $100. for each offense. the laws which have been 'placed upon The new law prohibits the use of the statue books for your government. wing nets, set nets, seine, trap, tram the same ai you obey other laws, get met net, dip net, or any other kind ot it out of your heads that the streets a net or contrivance that will materi and roads belong to other vehicles as ally hinder the passage of the fish in well as automobiles, and share them any .triam In the state. The use of equally; have a care for the pedestrian, dynamite orother form, of explosives who also has hi right., In other words, in the streams l also forbidden under have a due regard for the safety of the the law. Shooting of fish la also pro I genera) public, think of something else 'beside your own pleaiure. hlbited. We are first Saturday In August. Mrs. Alvin Howard died at her home near Salem in Madison county on last Friday, and her remains were placed to STRAWBERRY CULTURE. rest in the Salem cemetery. The de-- ! ceased was the daughter of Mr. and! AAAAAAAAAWWWWWV Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, of Preachers- There are two general cultural methville, who'survive her, together with her husband and five children, and I ods of handling strawberries. Ono Is eight sisters and two brothers. Amcng to cultivate them clean throughout the the sisters are Mrs. T. M. Howard, year, mid the other Ii to mulch them lightly with straw during tbo winter Mrs. J. W. Aker. Mrs. Pendleton Will and plow this under after the fruit has iams and Mrs. O. H. Carpenter of Lan- been picked next spring. caster. When clean cultivation Is the The deceased was devoted wife and Cultivation Is discontinued during the and her loss ts indeed a great harvesting season in order to facilitate mother one. She was a consistent member of picking. Some growers grow the berthe Christian church. The hearts of a ries In hills, while some crow them In vast number of friends and relatives a matted row. It Is dllllcult to say go out in deep sympathy for the be- which Is best, a both have good success. Tho great advantage of the straw reaved relatives. mulch Is that It gives tbo berries something to lie on anil krrps them out of the dirt and enables one to pick PUBLIC SALE OF thcra when the ground Is fairly wet adds organic matter to the soil. 'LAND AUGUST 1ST. and Even- - year nfter the picking season Geo. I). Robinson as executor will It Is necessary to cut out n great mauy sell the real estate and personal prop of the plants, as they will have covground pretty well by that erty of the late Mrs. Rebecca J. West, ered the tlmp. This Is Usually done by throwpublic auction on August 1st. next. ing a at furrow nway from each side of This farm "contains about 2S3 acres and the row and then worklug it back Im is considered one of the best farms in mediately. This leaves the matted the count. At the same time all live row from which tho plants may bo re stock and farming implements will be moved If they nre too thick. It Is usually thought most profitable to renew sold but nu household or kitchen furniture. Full details of the sale will ap- tbo planting every thrw or four years. pear in thi next four issues of the -- Oklahoma Station,. Central Record. after soaking. immediate relief" said Mr James Y. Evans, 343 Georgetown street, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Evans is an undertaker in the employ, of Milward & Co. "I feel that I cannot praise Tanlac enough for what it has done for me. want to advise anybody suffering with stomach trouble to give it a chance." Tanlac js a tonic which aid. digestion promotes healthy, refreshing sleep and strengthens the nerves. There is hardly a portion of the body that is not benefited by the helpful action ot Tanlac, which begins its work Becker & Ballard; Little by stimulating the digestive and as- Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Brrra, similative organs, thereby enriching E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug the blood and invigorating the whole Store; Junction City, Reynolds and system. Evans; Richmond. H. L, Prrry & Son; Next it enables a weak, worn out Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Burgln, G. stomach to thoroughly digest its food, ;T. Schooltleld; Danville. John S. Wells. permitting the assimilation of the nour R. E. Mcltobtirts, Lancaster, anil W. C ishing products to be converted into West, Sliver Creek. 1 i blood, lione and muscle. It overcomes, it is said, that great exciting cause of disease, Weakness. It renders the body vigorous and elastic It keeps the mind clear and energetic and throws off the symptoms of nervousness and indigestion. It builds up the constitution run down by diras ami mental aud physical overwork, quickens convalescence and is an Unfailing source of comfort to all sufferer, from such trouble. Tanlac is being specially introduced in Lancaster at R. E. Mcltoberts. Tanlac may be obtaired in the nearby cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Mrtcalf; aWwwvuwwwwvwAAt I I DC D C DC DC . 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. Marstiall-Feathersto- n W u-- ' MOTOR CO. 177 LEXINGTON, KY. N. Upper St. Phone No. ll 692. 1C A Handy Garden Marker. A handy garden marker can bo mado of the fccrap material found on nearly It will farm, It Waa amiouueed Tuesday night in every during and plantingprove a tlmo tho time season Washington, that unless Gen. Carranza saver and more efficient than using two surrenders the twenty-thre- e American stakes and a long cord for every row troopers held prisoners in Chihuahua that must be marked. Tho marking City before President Wilson pieces should be placed at distances probably will go before Congress to apart depeudlng ou the width of tbo morrow to ask for authority to force ' DC WAR SITUATION. Special Inducement! Order Your dies NOW!! ' - ANTI-SEIN- their release. The State Department had no intimation last night as to when a reply to the note sent Sunday de manding immediate release, might be expected. Prompt compliance by Congress Willi any request the President may make as to Mexico was foreshown in Washing ton by the calm which prevailed in both Although measures designed house. to preparsior war were under consid' eration and the corridors of the Capi tol jammed with rumors, there was no excitement, and discussion of the subject on the lloor was avoided. The legislative branch of the Government was plainly waiting to do its part when what the, majority regarded as Meaninevitable should come. goes op, four inwhile mobilization fantry companies, the machine gun of the medical company and corps, of the First Regimeni, of Louisville, and nearly tie whole of the Third Regiment of Kentucky guards will be in camp at Fort Thomas today or en route to the camp. The Second Regiment and the last battalion of the first canno't go until the tent are up. Tho mobilization of Kentucky troops begins in earnest to day. Gov, Stanley is urging haste in the matter, one-ha- lf A row.. Twelve or flfteou inches will usually be the bet distance, which will make the marker either four feet or six feet lu width. An old pair of buggy thills will be satisfactory handles if they can bo or Mruui;, slender branches from trees will do fully as well if they straight and six or eight feet In are length. If the soil has been finely pulverized In readiness for tbo garden seed this marker will make straight lines by simply pulling It over the soil. If the ground Is not smooth and rather stony It will bo necessary to weight down the marker, and this cau be done by placlug stones In a sack aud tying thera to the frame. Michigan Farmer. Pair of Trousers or Fancy Vest d Forashort tlmo only, wo arooffcrlnr with cvcrySult, Coat and Trousers or Ovcrcoatpur-chaseFROM THE SPRING AND SUMMERLINEa FREE.! Clothes mado to your measure by FANCY VEST or a PAIR OFTROUSERS THE GLOBE TAILORING CO., Inc. Everygarmentla backed by the rigid guarantee of the makers. Takcadruntagooi this NOW 500 Patterns to Select From. Let Us Take Your Measure NOW Reduced Prices R on all SUITS. LOGAN & ANDERSON BROS. t The Central Record, Thursday June 29 19 1 t. 1 30 Days Clearance Sale For the purpose of cleaning up our stock of Spring & Summer Goods In LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, this sale we offer our entire stock of . LOW CUT SHOES, SUMMER UNDERWEAR, WHITE GOODS, LAWNS, LIGHT STYLES IN PERCALS and GINGHAMS Also Laces and Embroidery. , Many other items too numerous to mention, Don't miss this opportunity of supplying yourself with Merchandise at bargain prices. Everybody invited. J. E. I DICKERSON. A 1 ' Mrs W. A. Speith went to Louisville Mrs Sue Yeager. of Stanford, was In last Tuesday for a weeks visit with her the city shopping last Monday. I father, Mr It. Everman. Mr and Mrs J. E. Stormes motored Mrs Alexander Kennedy, of Dan1 Louisville this week for u few days ville, is spending a week wlthhcrdaugh J stay. tcr, Mrs. William Farnau. Mrs. D. M. Lackey is slowly imprpv- Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Doty, of Lexinging nuer a leuious inness 01 near six ' ton, were gue.ta last Sunday at the week. home oMIiss Lena Bright. Miss Florence Johnson has returned j from a vitit to Mrs. It M. Nevrlnad at Mr. and Mrs. Raymond llaselden and Miss Jane llaselden made a motoring Stanford. trip to Lexington on Tuesday. Misses Lois Pearl and Buela Slilwell I Miss Mary May Walker, of Paint of London are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lick, has been visiting Miss Minnie Uobt Corn. Mae Robinson for several days. Dr. W. A. Wheeler was a visitor In ' Mrs. H. C, T. Richmond and little Stanford last Sunday and took in the dauguter, Okla, are visiting their parChautauqua. ents, Mr. J. A. Arnold and wife. Sterling Herron was home Monday I (T People Vj? N nd A Drill Minlion ol the Comings Goings by Thou Mt Arc antrttttd Our office farce has been severely handicapped this week by the illness of I VAITff f ft tin iuuix HAU our efficient typist. Miss Mary Reid. We nre glnd to state however, that V. she has about recovered. Mr N. Miller and Mrs L. N. Miller t " . 11 W 11115 LULUMN. , J W. II. Mason, Jr., w( a visitor in Danville last Saturday. Mrs. Chester Lewis has returned from a visit to relatives in lierea. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. llaselden and sonj motored to Nichoiasville last Scnday. John Deere Dain Having Son S Co., to my customers they come in as I need the Mower. BEST MOWER MADE. withdrawn from the firm of J. R. Mount go into other business, I desire to thank for their patronage and request that and settle their accounts and notes now, money to put into my new business. ' Respectfully, JOHN M. MOUNT fv'IS METAL SHINGLES problem. We arc ifhroufdi have solved our roof wiih lVjiVor4. 2h l( Wondrejpzrsand " I in appearance. For Suit by urJiouse js improved sjjJkr Jim oiUKiumuur Kuur Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Ronfmii Co. 50 North 23rd Street. Philnclel.ihln. Pa. Are You Ready For Harvest? IF NOT, SEE US. DEERING MOWERS, HAY BINDERS, HAY RAKES, PRESSES 3 II ; SISAL TWIN A new and complete stock of all kinds of Farming Implements. Try our place before you buy. ' BECKER PHONE: 27, k BALLARD BR Y ANTSVILLE, Ky. Mrs Ray Orreil and three little sons For Sale. are making a week's visit to Misses honoree. Household and kitchen furniture. Willie and Mary Campbell in Frankfort Miss Lena Bright presided at a handMrs. John Mount. Miss Allie Arnold, who has been some dinner Sunday, the guests at the teaching at Wilkinsburg, Pa., for the festal board being Mr. and Mrs. Jack For Sale. past three years, is expected home this Doty, and Misa Mary Walker, of Lex11 acres of land near HyattsvHle week. ington, Mr. Fleece Robinson, of Lanstation on Kirksville pike, t room house Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith caster and Columbus, Ga., Mr. RobinMr, and Mrs. Robert llean made a and It. N. Russell, Misses Addie and Mossic Crircillis will arrive Saturday from Louisville, son being considered the guest of his i recent motoring trip to their former left Friday for a two weeks' visit with R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster, Kyi. and will be visitors of Mrs. W. R. devoted little friend, Master Gayle home at Winchester. friends and relatives in Williamsburg, Cook. Doty. Mrs. George Smith and Miss Eliza Ky. Mrs. Jennie Faulkner White, of Mr and Mrs R. P. Gregory and the Residence and Shop For Sale. . 'Smith were recent guests of Mr. Monte Mrs Jack Casey and Mrs Forest Fitz little Misses Gregory will make a motor Washington; D. C. is the guest of Mrs I Fox and family in Danville. Owing to my health will sell worth gerald and daughter, of Danville are 1ng trip Sunday to relatives in Madison .Givens Terrill. Mrs. White came to the money my residence and shop with Mrs. Morton Hobinson of Indiana, guests of their parents. Mr and Mrs county. Kentucky to attend Centre College I nnd Danville, is the guest of Mesdumes Hooker Wilkerson. Commencement at Danville where her one and half acres of lar.d in Buena Miss Clara Belle Speith returned to J. A. Koyston and K C. Gaines. son, John Faulkner White graduated Vista. Shop has established trade ot Dr. II. C. T. Richmond is expected Louisville Tuesday 28 years. Call or write after a weeks visit Master J. It. llaselden has been visi-- I soon to join his wife and danghter for to Mr and Mrs W. A. Speith. at Hotel with the honors of his class: this is a J. E. Scott. Buena Vista. matter of gratification to Uarrsrdites, ting his grandaarents, Mr. and Mrs. a visit to friends and relatives before Kengarlan. as young Mr. White comes of .Garrard returning to their home in Marshall, I'owell Duncan, at Nichoiasville. I Ector Lawson has returned from ancestry. Okla. AUTOMOBILE HOSPITAL, Master Jeff and Hubert Dunn, of Frankfort where he attended a delightMiss Jennie Dickerson, until recently Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and children ful house party Lexington are here visiting their grand with some of his school a resident of the Lancaster vicinity General repair work of all kinds and spent Sunday with Miss Tommie Fran- boy friends. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley. an efficient Garrard school teacker, was Storage batteries recharged. cis; they were accompanied to their 4t. J. W. Aker, Prop. Mrs W. A. Dickerson and daughter, married Wednesday at high noon, at Mrs. Joe It. Mrunt has been visiting nome in Danville by Miss Mary Doty Miss Katie Barnes, huve returned from the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Miss Kettle McDowell and other rela- for h weeks stay. a visit to the formers sister, Mrs Chris- Dickerson in Richmond, to Dr Russell tives at her former home, Lagrange. NOTICE. Miss Lissa Holtxclaw, who has just topher, at Somerset. Prewitt of Elkton, Ky. Miss Minnie! Mrs Robert Ilrewer and three chil- completed a two years' course at the Having withdrawn from the firm of Gulley, Miss Minerva Cox, Mrs Rozella dren, of Chelsea. Oklahoma, are visit- Cincinnati College of Music, was a Mrs Herbert Price and Miss Mae Dunn, Mrs Currie Davidson, Mrs Mog-gi- e J. R. Mount, Son & Co., to go Into Lackey, of Danville, have tern visiting ing her parents, Mr and Mrs Joel Wal- visitor of her mother, Mrs. Anna Sutton, Mr and Mrs J. E. Dicker- - other business, I desire to thank my , Mrs Mary Lackey, their Ilailey last Friday. ker son.Mr und Mrs J. it. Soper of this city customers for the putronag and rewho U h till .quite sick. ml vicinity attended the wedding. quest that they come in and settle their Deputy I'oiitmaster John Walter lias Misses Mary Evans Stode and Sara Friends of Dr. N. Mays, formerly of accounts and notes new, as I need the been enjoying a weeks vacation, at Margaret Heane of Winchester, are the living in Richthis county, but now money to put into my new business. home, gardening, resting and other charming nnd attractive guests of Mr. mond, Ky., were glad to see him in our Respectfully, pursuits. and Mrs. Robert Iteane who have rooms OVIATMRNOLD. city for a few days this week. John M. Mount. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Miss Murthu Stephens, a competent Miss Bertha Oviatt of Providence In u letter to his parents here, C. instructor in the D and D Institute nt Mrs. M. II. Maliry and Miss Jennie llidel' Sanford, announces that he is Rhode Island andJohn L. Arnold of Danville, will siend the summer here Washburn, Mrs. T. J. Price's guets, now on his way to Vera Crus. He is this city were married Saturday the 21 WANTED HORSES at her old home. left a few day since for Louisville. on board the ship Birmingham. in Providence, R. I. Tho bride Is the AND MULES. attractive daughter of Mr Wesley T. The Lexington rexirter in the Sunday Master Ilurton Maliry is still a bright Mrs Woodson Uurntide und bister, Oviatt. Mr Arnold is a well (known Courier Journal hud the following para- little member of the Price household, I am.in the market for army horses Mis Alice Rigney, nnd Miss Charlotte citizen of this city. Their many friends graph in regard to a prominent Lanand mutes, ulso cotton mules. Anvone Mrs. D. M. Hale of Louisville, has Pollitt returned Monday from a pleaswish theul great success. caster practitioner. having any to sell. Jet mo know at once Cave, been the visitor of Miss Elizabeth t ant trip to the Mammoth W. I). Burton, Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Harris came of Lower Garrard, and was honcree Mrs. Thompson and Miss Thompson Lancaster, Ky, aver from Ixington and spent Sunday! at a number of entertainments given of Indianapolis, mother vnd sister of ANDERSON-ARNOLwith Mr. Harris' parents, Judge und her by the hospitable people of that .Mrs. II. S. Hudson, arrive Friday to Mr, Richard Anderion4indMisa Mag' , Mrs. K. W. Hurris. end of the county. w,. visit at the Presbyterian Maine. gie Arnold, both of the Preacheraville Mrs. Muttie 1. Frisble left Saturday At a hrndsnme reception given at Mrs. A. II. Hastin left last Sunday section drove into town last Sunday for a visit to Danville relatives, unci Greensburg, by Misses Susie Mos and for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. afternoon and were quietly married ut will attend some of tlio sessions of' the Mat'lo Lee Moss, Miss Martha Ward Robert Golf, in Cincinnati, and son, Mr the Methodist Parsonage by Rev, S. II. Danville Chautauqua. Sweeney of this city, was ono of tho Clinton BLstin in Detroit. Michigun. t'ouitt. Jliis nappy young couple are Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Satguesta enumerated in both 23, and marrying on Sunday, we Dr. J. A. Ainon was In Frankfort Mr John Duncan, liss Jennie Dun-chope "better the day, better the last Fridav night in connection wstli un urdays Courier Journal, and Mrs, W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, . HltltlVL-deed" will hold good in their case. appointment recently bestowed upon Mr. und Mrs. Louis Herndon and Mr. were in Stanford last Sunday afternoon Mrs Anderson Is the attractive daughhim by Governor Stanley. To Majsvllle, connecting at Rlchmo n ot Mrs. Charlotte Warand Mr j, L. Coleman Gulley motored to at tho ter of Mr and Mrs Perry Arnold. Mr, with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; After six ren. Mr. J. Sterling Herron, who Is at- Lexington last Friday. Anderson Is the son of Mr. Dave An No 71; 8:35 n. m. tending Smith's Business College In o'clock dinner at the Phoenix and a Prof. J. II. Hopkins, of Georgetown' derson, upright, Industrious and In Lexington, spent the week end with theatto party they returned home by recently chosen Superintendent of the every way capable of making ha"ppy, To Rowland & Stanford connecting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Herror. way of High Hridge and Danville at Rowland, L & N to all points South; Lancaster schools, is here for a thuit his bonnio bride Mrs. George Bogard and little son, sojourn, as he goes soon to Chicago for No 28; 1 1:04 a. m. MrsG. C. Karris and two little sons, George Hogard, Jr., cf Dig Stone Gap, u summer course. of Denver, Colorado, arrived Tuesday To Richmond, connecting with L &' CORTRIGIIT TIN SHINGLES. Mrs. James A. Itoystongavu an elab N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexintrton to make an extended vlsjfjt to .Misses Vn, have again been with Mr. Jesse Tin Ijest and only real good shingle & repast on Monday, at Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville Martha and Helen Gill and MfLouis Duty and family, after a visit to Mis. orate noon-daThomes Parks at Danville. , and prior her home In Hill Court, the dinner be on the market today, I have the exGill. No 70; 11:60 a. m. leaving for their Virginia horre Ing In compliment to Mrs. It. M. Robin- clusive agency for this shingle In Garto their To Richmond, connecting with fast rard county and can put them on myMrs. Carrie Groves and little son, son of Frankfortf Indiana. "Dr. J. A. Ainon was appointeJ by self at a reasonable price. If you are train to Cincinnati. Itussell, who have been visiting Mrs. J, Mrs. E. C. Gaines was hostess Tues to the Extension in need of any roofing or building of A. Ainon, left for a visitto Lexington,' Governor Stanley No 27; 2:00 p. m. day at a 6 o'clcck course luncheon, the any kind, give me a call. before returning to their home at Clay Hoard of the State University Trustees, To Louisville, connectrnp at Lebanon In tho plare of Dr. Joseph Kustle, honoree of the alfuir being Mrs. R. M, C. S. Roop. City. Junction to Elizabethtown & Howling director of the Experiment Station, Robinson, of Frankfort, Ind. The folCarpenter and Contracted Green, and at Bardsto,wn Junction to Prof. Henry Lloyd of Lexington, Is who was found not to be eligible, Thlt lowing composed tho circle of guests; Cartersyille, Ky. Uardstown & J Springfield. gain here looking after the farming fills up tho board, which will have Mr, and Mrs. James A. Royston, Rev. II. 13. Hudson and Mrs Hudson, Dr. and agricultural Interests of Mrs. Frazee, his wife and charge of No 9; 8:42 p. m. Optimistic Thought. To Stanford, connecting with fast little ion soon to join him for the demonstration work and Mrs. W. M.EIliott.and MrsMattie Tho sting of uvery reproachful summer. farmers' Institutes, train to Bristol & Atlanta. speech is the truth of It. - Miss Sallie Lou Myers is on a visit to at her friend, Mrs. Hen Swope near after a business course of two months at Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Witt spent SunMrs. George Bogard and little son, day with Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Teater at returned Tuesday to their' home in Big Urvantaville. Stone Gap, Va. Miss Jane Doty is on a visit to her Rev. S. II. Pollitt goes to Pieasui-vill- e Mrs Larry Jones former school-matMonday, to assist the pastor in a in Monticello. revival meeting. Misses Lillie Jones and Lillie Mne Mrs. John Crutchfield Is numbered Sutton have,returned from a visit to with the unfortunate, having run a Danville friend?. nail Into her foot. Mrs. Sue Jones has returned to her Master Gayle Doty is visiting his home in Lincoln county after a visit to uncle and aunt, Mr. end Mrs. Jack Mrs. J. II. Witt. Doty in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Price were Little Miss Mae Humphrey Hobinson visitors of Dr S. I. Grant and Mrs. of Danville, has been visiting Master Grant nt Danville. Claude Itice Gaines. Mrs. Sallie Rayburn will return this coming Sunday from a two weeks' visit to Madison county relatives. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn has been on a visit to Stanford friends an-- i attending the Chautauqua in tl.at city. Mrs Lamonte Hankla, of Danville is the guest of Mrs W. F. Logan at tho residence of Mr and Mrs. W. It. Mason. have returned home from a visit to.Mrs X. Millers daughters and sons in Chsrles ton West Va. Mrs L. N. Miller sloping oft in Richmond for a visit to her parents. Messrs L. G. Davidson, J. W. Smith, A. D. Joseph, W. A. Dickerson, W. B. Ball, Theo Currey and G. M. Lyons attended the meeting of the Kentucky Retail Merchants'Associatlon at George town, Tuesday. Miss Katherine Craig, of New Orleans who has been on a visit in the North west was visitor of Mrs. M. D. Lac key and Miss Jcanie Lackey on last Sunday and was accompanied here by Mrs. Herbert Price and Miss Mary Lackey of Danville. Master John McRoherts Mount will be the happy little host this afternoon, Thursday, of a party of baby juveniles, dainty Invitations having been issued for the unique affair. His winsome little cousin. Miss Marjorie Ware Spindle, of Norfolk, Va., being the attractive Hemp Breaks made and sold by W. F. Park. Paint Lick, Ky. Sample can be seen at Hudson Hughes & Farnau. s, . WANTED-1- 00 cars of wheat; will pay highest market price. Have lots of new unused sacks. Roy S. Schooler. I am agent for Pennington Gas Generator Co., for this and adjoining coun; ties. My customers are my reference. H. W. Rice, Parksville, Ky. 50 WANTED To buy a farm of about or 60 acre5' or rent 8 l"SeT ne or money rent. Want well improved land Forest Collico. R. F. D. 3.. Lancaster. Ky. arrangements to buy wheat for the Zaring Mill again this year. You will do well to see me before selling. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick Ky. I have made j I I . I grand-mother- Hry-an- L. & N V bed-sid- e r The Central Record, Thursday June 29, IT'S THREE YEARS OLD But Mrs. Waller Sari It's Just As Good Today As When It Was First Made. 1916. The "Gold-Standar- d- m lir es spring from Conditions which are logical as the Laws of tho Universe. The Tiro Manufacturer cannot AVOID beinp heavily handicapped when competing against them. Because, Goodrich "Conditions" summarize into this: 1st Tho longest Experience in Mfg. 2nd The greatest Leverage on purchasing of Raw Materials at lowest prices, through ability to take largest quantities. 3rd Tho lowest Cost oj Manufacturing, through largest VOLUME of Output. INTEN4th Tho TION to give Consumers and Dealers tho full benefit of the large ECONOMIES resulting from possession of the three Cardinal Advantages above defined. clearly-demonstrat- GOODRICH Tiro Values arc not at the Product Three years ago Mr. Walter testified to complete relief from kidney Ills. Later she says that there has not been the slightest return nf the trouble. Lancaster sufferers will take a deal of comfort In Mrs. Walter's statement. Read what she says; Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancaster, says: "Whenever my back becomes lame and painful, n few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at R. E. Mclloberts & Son's Drug Store, bring me Instant relief. At one time I feared that I had serious kidney trouble. The kidney secretions were unnatural and gave unmistakable evidence of disordered kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills in a short time made mo kidneys normal." 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. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ClfWt. i Foster-Milburn One Of Central Kentucky s Best Values In Farms Offered For Sale. lift stntnr feii Ik Jallar. WWT atari ran in Mar IM . Hap tnai l-t- r4f, Kail fiKfCOKN ft fa nirmilll human Win fa, Rtttasmalr 4rr aa, Na rtatf katt-- f. Valaabta btwaW. la rata tit, rait aa . nm Dottdlr U la 2S, 50aHarsl-a-"J SI .00, h Iw4, ItoMaa, Drai R. E. Hughes, of Louisville, has placed In our hands for sale, his farm of Msl 178 acres, one mile from the Lancaster Court House on tho Lexington pike. mile on the Lexington pike and one mile on the Sugar Crerk Fronts pike. Formerly part of the blue grass farm of the Beazley Brothers, recent K. EX McRobrtf, DrucKi.t, Lai owners of McGrathlana Farm In Fayette county and now owners of Shenandoah Farm, near Lexington. This Hnghes Farm Is As Rich As Double Cream. Improved by the present owner and made richer yearlyl'with the Idta in view of erecting a homo thereon, for a family residence, but a decision just made not to leave the metropolitan districts and an excellent opportunity offered to Invest the money now h the farm In his home city to a much better advantage has changed his plans, hence this advertisement. Dtarrar tat. mm Ti 'fMi oatet It has been More Than Thirty Dollars Per Acre la 110 lopro'enents v Pot On In Past Two Years. Product of such n when marketed under conditions, giving the benefit of such huge Economies to Consumers may well, and logically, be considered the inTirc Values. Therefore: When you pay MORE than the Goodprices, here printed, for ANY rich Fair-LiFabric Tire, you are merely "contributing" the difference. Because, You CANNOT get "better" Fabric Tires, at ANY price! Test them thoroughly, and see! THE B. F. GOODRICH CO. Akron, 0. THE acres in grass. acres in fresh cultivation following meadow. dwelling, with large large chicken house, yard and garden. cistern and fenced-iconcrete silo. Barn that will hold 12 acres of tobacco. n New corn crib. circular concrete pool, fed by underground pipe from g spring. Rights by deed to water from big spring on adjoining farm. BUCKEYE Virtually cleared of atumps during present ownership. Mr. Mai Carter was in Nicholasville New cross fencing divides farm into four convenient fields. last week. Has had recent benefit of more than a car load of artificial fertilizer and Dr. Edwards of Louisville was here grazing cattle, as well as manure spread from fattening cattle fed in barn past last week. IS months. C8 Four-roosmoke-housn 200-tonever-failin- WALL PAPER Ii i V Miss Mayme Calico is In Madison Co, "GOLD-STANDAR- visiting friends. The attendence at the Baptist Sun day School Sunday was 88. Messrs Smillie Hill and Earl Long were In Richmond Saturday. Mrs. Marion Brown and children are visiting relatives at Beellck. and Nora Mesdames Hiram Ra Tester were in Danville last week. Miss Vivian Prather, of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Lucinda Carter. Miss Sallfe Noel is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ollie Bogie at Bryantsville. Miss Lucinda Carter spent a few days with friends in Lancaster last Best Available Farm Close To Lancaster Market. New road construction, under State supervision, of Lexington pike gives the farm a boulevard frontage. Offered As A Whole For $26,700, or Divided. Ii rvOtwti to. titablutxci 4 room. wVat elofV tK I hair lk pens (! etHaskHa. iixial ar U ( pr nil Alfred Peats "Prize" Wnll Papers tetciad for iVit artUtW anJ JWoratWa at wonh tiki wary paHarn lir aatUfao lion at fMtttr lV pfK. J I!pKt iktM iWatifl daiUiii U tk room a to t papftd, iWa cmtr vtv taw a kow Taa book, "lUtft DacoratioiT Wy look ptm lk walii. 4 Cssvrla aartatat f astasia a aatl cUr st ' Goodrich " Fair-Li(SAFETY-TREAD- st " Prices ($10.40 $13.40 $22.00 - $22.40 . $31.20 $31.60 $37.35 $15.45 week. Miss Mayme Stspp, of Lancaster is the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Davis spent the latter part of the week with friends at Wiimore. Mr and Mrs Jess Sanders of Marks-bur- y were guests of Mr and Mrs Roy Sanders Sunday. Mr. J. P. Prather is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jim Stapp and other relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Printus Walker and children have returned to Cincinnati after a visit to Mrs, Robt Long. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Forest Curtis at Bryantsville Monday. Misses Barbara Gulley, Her Hill and Minnie Pearl Brown are visiting friends and relatives in Richmond. Miss Martha Curtis has returned to Bryantsville after a visit to Misses Sallle Lon Teater ond Ethyl Ray. Miss Burton of Illinois and Miss Bess Ray Sanders of Madison county, were the guests of Mr. Abe Burton and wife the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and baby and Mrs. Howard King aud children of Bryantsville were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hendren Friday. A birthday dinner was given Mrs. Lorilda Hill by her relatives and friends at her home on Sunday, June 18th. This is an annual affair and always looked torward to with much pleasure. There were one hundred and ten pres ent and all left hoping they could meet there on many likt occrsions. 30 x 30x3 3yi -- Ford Sizes 32x3J4 34x4 35x4 36x4tf 37x5 - 33x4 acres In front, now In fresh cultivation, following meadow, with spring and concrete pool, fronting on both Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes. One of the finest sites in Central Kentucky for a homo, $10,000. 125 acres In three fields, 110 acres grass and IS acres in fresh cultivation following meadow, having a frontage of mile on Sugar Creek pik; dwelling and outbuildings, barn, corn crib, silo and pond included in this acreage. $17,000. Or, will divide front 53 acres into two tracts: 25 acres at corner of Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes (nearer Lancaster) containing spring and concrete pool, for $5,200; 23 acres, fronting Lexington pike, transferring deeded rights to spring just over fence on adjoining farm West, fcr $5,200. LIBERAL TERMS: Reasonable cash payment and bankable notes. Phone, write or call In person for further facts. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, .Real Estate Agents. Lancaster. Kentucky. 53 three-fourth taa, at aUr aWaa. lUtiaaatat taWallr WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick, Ky. ' Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed powadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. GOODRICH a Black-Tread" To Turn lha Hooka. When putting brass hooka In hard wood use a clothespin to turn them AND KEEP YOUR JOB. This will save your Cngsr from ach Inc. Tens of thousands of men are losing their hair daily and are ignoring the Raal Value of Speech. fact. Many a man has lost his job bo- Speech waa made to open man to cause he lost his hair. Dust and dirt make dandruff and man, and not to hide him; to promote dandruff makes heads bald and bald commerco, and not to betray It. David Lloyd. heads are the first to go when busi- SAVE YOUR HAIR Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TlRES does for ness is poor. Goodrich Shoe (for your Feet). (flTT? rrTr A T3TIte New your SHOES Sole the black "Bare- Does for what 1 JUjjA. 1 Jll Goodrich Tread foot-Rubbe- r" Tires. Wort lonjer then Leather! It I Ii Waterproof! It Lifbtcr tbaa Leather! Ii more Flexible than Leather! Ii EASIEK on your Feet! Wash your hair at least once a week with any pure soap and every other night apply Parisian Sage rubbing it thoroughly into the scalp. Parisian Sage will save your hair; it will remove every trace of daudrulT and banish scalp Itch and mako your head feel fine. The cost of a large bottle Is trifling but the benefits are very great as every druggist well knows. R. E. McRoberts cheerfully guarantees Pa risian Sage to you. Often Nothing to Be Proud Of. Even It an Idle brain Is the davtl'a workshop, there are times ben the old fellow oufht to bo ashamed of tat output. Becomes a Bore. THIi Central Record. The trouble with a man who haa a aift of language, la that he's always too liberal In dividing It around amone bis friends. Ask your Shoe Dealer or Shoe Repairer, for Tcxtan Soles on your next pair of Shoes. LOWELL Mr C. B. Todd and wife visited Mrs lonntj Court Dajs. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Lancaster Motor Car Distributors for Garrard County. AID THE KIDNEYS Da Not Endanger Life When a Lancastrian Shows Yoa The Way to Avoid It. Co. Todd'a parents, at White Station. Miss Ethel Davis entertained a few very plesnntly. last Wednesday. Misses Glatha and Luna Anglin are visiting their aunt, Mrs McGuIre in fri-n- di Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered (or tour years, with womanly troubles, and during (his time, I could only sit up (or a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me tor a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After (hat, nothing seemed to do me any good; I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and 1 gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol ed Cardul, the woman's tonle, and I Foater-Milbur- n taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell It was helping me. I can now walk two miles without Its tiring me, and am doing my work." GUNN'8 CHAPEL. Mrs. Bettie Eazley and son, James, K you are all run down (rom womanly of Pink, were here Saturday night on troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Mrs. E. II. Chandler has been ill. their way to Nina where they were Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped Mr. John Land was ill a part of last called by tho death of her brother; Mr. more than a million women, In lis 50 years of wonderful success, and should week. Zack Simpson surely help you, too. Your druggist has Mr. Hiram Kay has purchased a sold Cardul (or years. He knows what Mesdames Forest Calico and child bandaome Iiuick car. ren of Buckeye; Elbert Calico and It will do. Ask him. He will recomMr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson are visi- daughter, Miss Hazel; of Teatersville mend It. Begin taking Cardul today. ting In Estill county. Writt and Miss Nettle Hunter were guests of AlvtftOTV Icl CMtUMOIt MxllctiM Co UJIm !iBt.. OiAttiMMj.. l.n... lor Horn to Mr. and Mrs, Walker Locker Mrs. Ambrose Calico and the Misses IiutructbtHI on vour ct4 nj book. Hum TrMUMOl far WeaMO," mbi in nUia wrapper. ffia-- ti June 14, a daughter. Calico Wedneeday, Why will people centlnua to Butter the agonies of kidney complaint, back ache, urinary disorders, lameness. headaches, languor, why allow them elves to become chronic invalids, when a tested remedy is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills have been used In kidney trouble over 50 years, have been tested in thousands of cases. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney diseases, act now. Dropsy or Bright's disease mav set in and make neglect dangerous. Read this Lancaster testimony: W. C. Davis, tailor, Public Square, Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were disordered and I suffered from pains across the small of my back. The ir regular kidney aption obliged me to arise at night. I have considerable bending to do in ray work and I became easily tired and languid. Doan's Kid ney Pills relieved me." Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Kidney Pills the sam that Mr. Davis bad. Co.. Props., Bur alo. N. Y. J.ucile, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Fain is very ill. Mr. John Land bought some hogs from Mr. Hyatt Gill last week. Mrs. Lucy Kidd was the guest of Mr. Thomson Davis and family part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Davis were in Woodford and Fayette county visiting last week. Mrs. Wm. Fain who was stricken with paralysis several weeks ago is improving slowly. Mr. Frank Land was in Somerset from Thursday until Saturday to consult a specialist. Little Miss Hattie It. Price has been ill at the home of her grand father, Mr. James Land. Mrs. Ambrose Calico and Miss Mavme Calico were guests of Mrs. Walter Grow at Teatersville. Thursday. Mr. Ashby Hdndred and wife of Mad ison county were here Sunday the guests of Mr. Ed Dailey and wife. The excellent lecture of Rev. Clete, of Lancaster at Liberty Church on Fri day evening was listened td by a large and appreciative audience. Rev. Spauldiug of Georgetown will assist Rev. D. F. Sebastian in the an nual protracted meeting at Liberty church. Services will begin July 10. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Tears of Disconraginf Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by R. E. McRoberts in Lancaster, and druggists everywhere. .tf Lancaster. far as reported. Misses Ethel Mae Davia and Abble Mt. Sterling. July 19- -4 days. King and Tom Mariee and Edgar Bran Winchester, July 2(5- -4 dsys. Mrs. Pearl Davis entertained a num denburg attended the Ice Cream Sup Harrodsburg, July 25 I days. ber of friends last Sunday. per at f air view. Taylorsville, August days. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Turner are re Miss Cora B. Hurte entertained a Henderson, August 1 -- 5 days. joicing over the arrival of a fine boy number of friends Monday evening in Danville, August days. last Saturday. honor of the Misses Ray ot Lancaster Bsrea. August 2 3 days. Mr. Earnest Gabbard who has been, who have been visiting friends in this Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, August for some time. In Dayton, Ohio, return- community. 7- -6 days. Mrs Joe Boain and children, Mr and ed home last week. Uniontown, August -6 days. Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, August 9 Miss Susie Davia and Mrs. Eliza Mra M. G. Lee, Miss Florida Boain and 4 days. Conn were the guests of Mrs. Susie Mr Robert Elliott were among the num ber from here who were present for the Mt. Vernon, August 9 3 days. Renfro last Saturday night. Children's Day Eexercises at Leavel Burkesville, August 9 I days. Rev F. P. Bryant filled his regular Green. Perry vllle, August!) 3 days. appointment at the White Lick Bap Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. tist church Saturday and Sunday. Spepherdsvtlle, August 154 days. Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Dawson, son and Owensboro, August 155 days. daughter, and Mr. Felix Pennington Brodhead, August 10- -3 days. and wife were the pleasant guests of Fair, Sanders, August 16 Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop last Sunday. 4 days. Mr. and Mrs. Calep Todd, of Berea Ewlng, August 173 days. and Mr. and Mrs. Bluffard Jennings, Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford, BOURBON POULTRY CURE Mrs. Lena Turner and childred were August 23- -3 days. S laihsdrUklagvaUr the guest of Mr. J, T. Allen and wife Columbia, August 22- -4 days. Hikis HeitLj Amiilggfy last Sunday, Frankfort, August 294 duys. Curtt Koup, Colds, Cbolera, Mrs. Eliza Conn passed her 67th. Bardstown, August 294 davs. Llmbtrnock fttveota birthday last Sunday and all the childOut 50o bottle makta 11 Nicholasville, August 29- -3 days. gallons ot mwllclfla. At drug. ren gave her a nice purprise by all comPennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Aug sUUor bym.llpoilp.U. Vali-able poultry book fro. ing and bring plenty af good thinga to ust 295 days. KIKCT CO. LukntH, ih mm eat. There was 61 children and grand-- 1 Ellzabethtown, August 29- -3 days. Sold by J. R. Monst,Son & Co. children present. Barbouraville, August 303 days. Kictimond. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Mrs Walter Granger and children of Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Noblesville. Ind., are the guests of Mrs Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. D. W. White. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Mr and Mrs E. B. Brandenburg atSomerset, 3rd. Monday. tended the burial of Mr Simpson at Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Nina, last Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Misses Eliza and Mabel Parks of Dan Wincheater, 4th. Monday. ville were the attractive guests of Mr Montlcello, 4th. Monday. and Mrs W. B. Sadler. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Mrs Ball and daughter, Miss Mary of Lexington have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs T. R. Kuhlman. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Misses Lidu Mae, Mellie and Marie The following are the dates fixed for Ray who have been visiting friends here have returned to their homes near holding the Kentucky fairs for 1910 as Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. CARTERS VTLLE. 14 23 8- ' Less Money Make no deal for a tilo without figures and fiiturci. W mor. and belter anchorag. launcher door frame. Steel-hingefour-latcdoor. Steel step ladder, step every IS inches. Better compara. tiv. construction throughout More Silo ttttinf our Get Our Prices Before You Buy .itj wm ana .muter Mllint M.im eixruing HiH m.4a mora ill. for ! mon.y ikta w. company can s" Va. , Our iil.A Kipmcnt ol and Ki. i A FEW DROPS re tt iffit flllk CO. Mgr. A KENTUCKY SILO W. P. Kincaid, filck-se- 5 Stanford, Ky. The Central Hecord, Thursday June 29, 1916 ' '. n Stop At The vmiYc Gait House B j lsuio rue m u w Rivaling Stripes and Checks j DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION SIDELIGHTS Ono of the most Interesting features of the recent Democratic convention at St. Louis Is the fact that It When In Louisville. . EUROPEAN PLAN. GOOD ROOMS FOR PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. BLEUCHER . 46158. 190C. ltrconl 2:291, Trial 2:141. llnlf llrotlier to I.ula Watts (2) 2:271. Trotter, Ilrown Stallion, alwut 1S hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. 18. niloni nrM hrlf hlllahl Bf HI Klmo 371. I IK Hilt nils jaw ureal nruuu jiarr. I mro i lllllr llnrk ll.rrr nl l.riatnr M. 0I.MV1:1S. Vlataii....He. .: Kit ol iylnr,. M.1ii Wmnr Clr. mar Nor wood 1111 Krama nri Greai tmiod llrnnk Hy rtorwooil &J2. Zaitlne SSi. HellnrtMlk t.'Ot'i. I.. If x iv, etc. J IP. ( ll.rtm " like, ! elrrnMJ In 2:10. etc, I MaknIIIK fire ar HreniU York i Otleell Klliel. V.ttfH ..... ... r.rno I :U. Hf Hiraihmort .1 3:ll(. .. I turn of Hump. i.ctv l ...lO n nam. IO, Kaiife 1111 mi iTS Hleurker :0U. "Ih.r Hllk (II J Ku.ie II. 1 It: mil l Manrlro (II IwJ' hall like. .NUIWd...) etc lllrr In Hmt Itrmk N, Ill i . ...... rirrui . .ii .....v-- Jl. IV, isoiit uiaj Half fUttt to Hllent (Jenn Clajr. . lly llarri Clay KrddUCIar HIlrjMj. amt i.uijr i;ir Ham of Hlleut Htook UMdle II. 7 l lam o! mr lit1,. t z ric. Silent Ilrook UTfiO, 2:1C, .ire of Hilly Ilurk 2:011. Meadow Ilrook 2:0C. Shawliay 2)71. Zarrine 2.fl7f, Hetty Ilrook 2KW, Emma Ilrook 2:091. I.ady IIllbnolc 2:10. Ilutter Ilrook 2:101. Silent Brigade (2) 2:101. Margaret Bathgate (I) 2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (1) 2:071, etc Hi dam, Jenny Clay, produced Iteddie Clay 2:25, nnd wa grandam of True 2:21. , Mnko 2IIS7. aire of Fe'eno 2:0.". (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia York (3) 2:01. (Futurity winner) (5) Native llelle (2) 2:07 (Futurity winner) (3) 2.-0(champion 3.year.ld'filly.) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (4) 2:i.sJ. Suale N. (3( 2:011 (Futurity winner.) fiomoko 2:10, Mobel2!101. Mocheiter 2:101. Mnmaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc Sired ilama of The Harveiter 2:01 (champion, trotting stallion.) Vito (4) 2:011,. Martha Tipton (4) 2:091. O'Neil (3) 2:131. Brother to Humps 2:031. llaron I). 2:10. etc. llleucher 4filfS. record 2:291. trial milo 2:141. half In 1:00. last quarter in 32 seconds, la a handsome seal lirown horse, and will weigh 1100 pound. He hia Rood sire Silent Ilrook and la out of Clayo, tiy the great greatly Futurity alru Moko. Foreign demand hsa exhausted the supply and wo may expect better price for our horaes in the future. Our advice to marc owners is to breed their mares ur.d to breed them t.j stallion, of merit and proven worth as aires. llleuchthe type to produce tho colts that will supply the demand. His colts er Is have proven fine, with nice head mid neck and plenty of bone nnd conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 191C at my stable in 10 tnw I Ii.ik Nlhl Hire of .,. .. f W,, llh( 31 !U. Ine ( rteareb- - ( Alejnno mi, 1:17 d.in.olf.4. Noonday nirin, o u 7. u u 3 I. took lovely woman to force tho only roll call demanded on the national platform, as well as to Inspire the only real excitement that marked the convention. "Votes for Women" was the Issue that stirred up things. The Mexican plank, nailed In at the last minute by the platform builders, did not create a ripple. "Americanism" and "preparedness" received polite ovations, hut It remained for the woman suffrage plank to start a real fracas. Headed by Qov. Ferguson of Texas, tho antls endeavored to wrench the suffrage plank from the platform. Dut President Wilson's feeltnga on tho subject, as presented to the convention by Senator Walsh of Montana, were not to be Ignored. And so, after a three-hou- r battle In which the term "political expediency" was used with telling effect, the antls were routed by n vote of 88854 to 181W. The vote, however, docs not tell the real story of tho battle, which was cne of the most vigorous and picturesque ever staged at a national Democratic convention. Fifteen women delegates fought from the floor on the side of the while hundreds of their sisters waved yellow pennants and cheered them on from the balconies. A thunderstorm that almost drowned out the voices Df Dig-i-n and Suction The 'Chain' Trend Tire has the two necessary features toprevent skidding and slipping, particularly on wet pavements the dig-i- n and the suction. The height of the chain above the surface of tho tire gives the dig-i- n quality. e The shape of the links gives the necessary suction to hold to the road. cup-lik- 'Chain' Treads are the most efficient anti-skid- moderate-price- s in the world. d United States Tire Company 'Chain' 'Nobby' 'Usco' 'Royal Cord' "INDIVIDUALIZED TIRES" 'Plain' HI' II roll call brought both the suffrage battle and tho convention to a most melodramatic finish. THE SUFFRAGE HER a THIS foulnnl,old cinnamon rnther fnsuloned HOUSE GOWN. 4- - the delegates as they answered the A complete stock of United States Tires carried by , 1 a PLANK. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. alj (jualnt frock li especially appropriate for tho ftcason. Tho fabric Imiwn on a deep cream background. A bodice dcsltii haa full sleeves, nn orpmdlo collar and rlbtxm plnlle. What looks like braid on tho full skirt Is really an piping outlining tho x)lk.i dots. SHORTCAKE. TO "We retommend the extension of franchise to the women of the country by the states upon the same terms as to men." S1HAWBERRY SERVE WITH DUCK. ec Sift together one pint of flour, one of salt, four teaspoonfula of baking iowdcr (level) nnd chop In two tablcftpoonfuls of butter. Wet with milk for a soft dough (about cupful usually). Ilako twelve mitenspoonful one-hal- f nute. jut Lancaster, Kentucky, at Split and butter nnd put tho following between nnd on top: One cupful of crushed strawberries, one cupful of sugar, one beaten egg white. Iloat all together until firm. Trim the top of cake with whole bcrrlea or some cut in halves and pour thick cream over tho toil. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I Tho applo sauce which la served with tho duckling should bo tuado from tart apples, cooked down uutil tucy aro thick, but wh!p!ed until tliey aro perfectly smooth uud freo from all lumps. , Tho siiuash. after boillug, should bo , washed aud well reasoned with plcuty of butter. Tho spinach may lie cooked In the usual way, only do not cover It while boiling, as that fudes It After It U cooked It may bo chopped, drained carefully, seasoned and panned, then eiTved on a hot plate garnished with slices of hard boiled egg. Tho Mary land sweet potatoes are prepared In the usual way. A will also stand this beautiful Stallion for the season of 1910 Simple Lace For Pickup Work This Summer at my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. at Coll. $10. I nra To Insure A Liting prepared to take care of marcs on graaa nt 10 cents n clay. Lien re tained on colta for service fee. Money due when mare Is traded or parted with. accidents but not responsible should nny occur. It was tho above little plonk that inspired Gov. Ferguson of Texas to mount tho platform In the Coliseum and read a minority report withholding the party support from the ladles who want the vote. That the Democratic party should scorn the political exigencies of the situation and defy tho 12 western states In which women vote was the burden of his argument. Sharing tho same opinion with him were C. L. Dartlett of Georgia, Stephen D. Fleming of Indiana and e "Jim" Nugent of New Jersey, the enemy of President Wilson. This trio signed the minority report with the Texan. Lined up against Gov. Ferguson, who acted as spokesman for the minority, were Senator Stone of Missouri, Senator Plttman of Nevada and Senator Walsh of Montana. Senator Walsh did not mince matters In his argument for tho adoption of the suffrage plank. He stated plainly the adoption of tho plank was necessary as a matter of political expediency, adding that the present political situation In this country was a condition and not a theory. "Tho Btates In which women vote control 91 votes In the electoral college," he said, adding significantly, "every political party has declared for woman suffrage In some way or other. It becomes a simple question whether you will Incur tho enmity of these my friends," he continued, "as late as 1907 thero were but two states west of the Missouri river that returned Democratic senators and now we have 15 of them. Tho question Is, aro ou ready to surrender tho 15 votes you have In the United States senate and turn them over to your political enemtcsT" In conclusion, Senator Walsh said that ho revealed no secret when ho said President Wilson knew all about tho suffrago plank. "The president believes It vital to his success that It stay in the platform," ho said. "I ask you In all tho fervor of my soul, who Is there wiser or more patriotic than bet" Following Senator Walsh's speech. Gov. Ferguson was allowed flvo minutes for rebuttal. The vote was then taken and his minority report voted down, after which the original suffrage plank, as approved by the resolutions committee was unanimously women. "Now, WAY up l. tho ber.utiful are the mc-i.tah.3 cf Western. and attractive resorts North-Carolin- tickets arc on sale daily, of Ashevillc, Black Mountain, Hendersonvillc,. Brevard, Lake Toxawcy, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake. Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at o..c of these cool and delightful, places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion, good until October 3l3t, via SpcUl denominjitfmwl MUstonarr anil Bfttta Conference at Black I.'. C. HaLc Jonaloala.) Mountain. Hidse Crest aad Wajncsvilk-- msfcrjmsrciireaowa u,SI Stop-over- s allowed at ci! yoims. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Information see Ticket A;ent, Southern Railway, or write D. H.Todd, District Passcnjcr Azent, Louisville, Kentucky. Diaw A Check Care taken to prevent for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man .who. has nn account at the Garrard Bank & W. Phone 95. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. Trust Cos They know he Is Joint; business In a business like way. lUtcerc open such an account even if your aiTalrs are not !ari;. Thuvj will grow all right. REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high fWt I'.umark M0 A A VARIETY OF USES. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company fk 01 Ilea MflXHiaM MS Liter Mack 3IW -- tCrlglera peuuiark. ) Mare bf Hur uttlio Uc.l ( Mark iulrri'1 V. I Matel.r Ulil Hlar I'avl. ItnrtK IATIONS: cli., chain: d.c. double crochet: tr.. treble. MnterlaN: Crochet cotton Xo. 21, and n No. 4Vi steel crochet book win miiKo an cilglng l's inches wide. .11111 SB I I eg (Ortl 4th dam , I Oriiilt. 171a .; Muulru. I U". t I I n.a P. IVt (Miillletir Aarl.iu IVlintjlJ- ton ana ( Dululli t'liltflaiu 360. ! Mare hy Mo.. Ituae tK by Drennwi. It can be seen by thu pedigree that this horse belongs to a family of champions, hia airo, Itex McDonald being the world's champion of champions. On Ins dam'a side ho traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen ytara. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, abort buck. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. He also has the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse that 1 have ever had In my atable. KKX Mcl). la a show horse In harness as well as under the saddle. You can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse, lie will make the season At I will also $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. stand my walking stallion, GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt IMUNCK AI.IlEltT. one of tho best CLYDESDALE stallions In Kentucky will alwo make the season at my barns at the low prlco of $10.00 to Insure a living colt. This is the kind to breed to' for mule mares and farm horses. At tho same time and place will also stand two extra good JACKS at All this stock will make the present, season 10.00 each to Insure living colts. at my farm near Taint Lick, Ky. Mares will bo kept on grass at reasonable rates and every care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. oiio stitch on fouudiillou chain, 1 tr. Into each of the licit nlno stitches: 2 ch.. mix two chain. J tr. Into next; repeat from three times: 1 tr. Into each of tho ' nest two chtiln, a ch., turn. 2nd rowMinx oiio treble, 2 tr. on ueit two treble, 2 ch., 1 tr. on next treble, ch., 1 tr; on next trehV'. 2 ch., a tr. Into next bole. !) Ir. on nlno treble. :i tr. under loop of two ehnln before tho thn-- plcots at end of previous row, 7 ch.. turn. aril row- -1 d.e. Into fifth chain from hook. .1 ch.. 1 il.e. Into iloul.lo crochet. 5 ch.. 1 d.c. Into double crochet hist made, a tr. under the two chain Immediately lieshle tho triple plouts, tr. Into each of the next live treble, 5 ch., uiU ii vo ireuie, i ir. nun encn or mo. last live treble, 3 r. Into ndjaccut hole, 2 CU, miss tho treble besldo hood. 1 tr. Into next, 2 eh., a tr. nt nd of row (two on two treble mil ouo Into top of chain that turned), a ch turn. liu row - jium one treble, a tr. on next two treble. 2 ch., 1 tr. on next treble, ch., tr. bt( Urst treble of .group, 'J ch.. miss two treble. 1 tr. Into each of tho next Ave treble. 5 tr. under Jjop of live chiiln, 1 tr. into each of tho next Ore treble, S rn., I mn. Cth row -- d.c. Into ton of lut treble made. 5 ch.. 1 d.c. Into doublo crochet. 5 ch., I d.". Into hint double crochet made, ch.. mln three treble, 1 tr. luto each of tSe next nine treble, 2h., miss two treble, 1 tr. luto next, 2 ch., 1 tr. on nett treble; repeat from ; then 2 ch., a tr. nt end. 3 ch., turn. one in uie, 2 tr. on next two treble. 2 ch.. 1 tr. on next treble: irii mir-.repent I mm three times; 2 ch., mU two treble. 1 tr. lnUi next. 2 ch.. mis two trebW), i tr. luto jiex,t, 2 ch., 1 tt. Into the one chain nt end of group, B ch., turu. TtU row 1 il.e. luto top of last trrblo made. 5 ch.. 1 d.e. Into doublo crochet. P ch, 1 the. luto hist double cxhet made, 2 ch, 3 tr. Into Urst sluice, 3 tr. Into next space, 3 tr. Into uejt spice, 2 ch., lulus tho treble besklo last group, 1 tr. Into next. 2 ch, 1 tr. ou next treble; rvik-a- t from then 2 ch, a tr. at cud, 3 ih, turu; nnd repeat from commencement of second row. 1 1 1 Mis lt row d.o. into sixth chiiln from hook. 5 ch.. il.e. Into ton of donlili rnicnci jusi mano, ,i en., il.e. Into ton of last double crochet made. 2 ch.. iul 1 ,vj I'll. 1 J adopted. The Women Delegates. The presence of the 15 women delegates at tho Dtmocratto convention not only added color to the affair, but changed the views of a number of the men delegates on the subject of political activity for women. For the women delegates were a fine, wholesome-looking lot and they fought just as enthusiastically for the best Inter ests of the party as the men. Three of them. Miss Mary E. Foy Mrs. T. 8. Talllaferro bf California, of Wyoming, and Mrs. W, A. Harris of Kansas, spoke before the resolu tions committee In favor of thu suffrage plank which the National Amer-- . lean Woman Suffrage Association pro- semeu to me convention. On of the other delegates. Mrs, Teresa E. Graham, of Idaho, was nom inated by the National Democratic, committee to be one of tho committee that will notify Mar shall of his nomination. Democratic National Convention ST. LOUIS, MO. OFFICIAL TRAIN I L. H. & St. Th KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL. con.I.lm, of all !..!, al.ctrfe U.Ll.J, coacha., raclinint chair car. and Pullman aU.nar.. will Lava LouUvilla Union Station Monday. Juno I2tb. at IOOO p.ro., and arms St $. toufc Tuaadajr, Jun 1 3 In at 740 a. m. dar Dolor lb Coorontioo, 111 BoUi L. & N. It. R. R. SPECIAL HOUND Tit IP FARES IN EFFECT For sleeper reservations or further information Vail, write or pfiono F. PENN, T.P.A. ILL. SWEENEY, CP. A. LouUiU. Kr. Pbonoa 1134 Lout.. Ulo, Kr. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CapfNJl A. K $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier, r. L. OlLL, JENNY, President , J. E. STOW1ES. Vice Pres'L JMBKY, The Cenlral 1ecoi'd $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, K. T Ass't Cashier. J. Jefferson 'School UK lUtLCw vti-sar oiuns s. 1. 1. LI Jl.l J trrid.Ja. s. iTtiwrH low Mr to lit un A 'trftoiiroufUtuiJIUrK I IT TWO Y RAH ii Law. Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. N. W. ROGERS. Phone trl Hell tivlia Ituretw. Tut turn stOiiaU Piint lick Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. . . TbtMUfcj Kentucky. It I'uutuo klrfaliic of uia Jttfrrauit tmulf Ui trtUM. fit ELLIOTT raEEAiX8, Se?r, Uiisiille. Kj. m SOLICIT YOUH BUSINESS. O. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J, . J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. The Central Record, Thursday June 29, 1916. f FARMER'S I II COLUMN M i . OF minimi Hpc htino this brtinc U tuf the cKlu-i- t um of our Urmef mb'trf!", nd If for ! of stock, stain nd inch tbirgt on h firm m lb trmf citinol sfTord to lrer tin. No nolle "III i sccrptrd om lour HnM. nd will HUGHES & . bfonlrln it1 rm Come and let us sell you a farm in boar. Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown Annually; where nil the agricultural An extra trood bull. WANTED E. C. McWhorter. 1'aint Lick, Ky. products grow nbundantly; where the best live stock is bred! where the blue good jeaflinR grass grows, where good schools, moral FOK SALE-Th- ree bull calves. J H Thompson, people are attracting i and hospitable Lancaster, the many home seekers. om cultivator, good as county seat, has three banks, telephone Fob exchange, electric light plant, cream- new. Price reasonable. S. H. Estes. ery, splendid water works system, two year old flouring mills, grain and hemp ware FOR SALE A nice four warehouse, on the L & driving horse. Apply to W. F. Crous-hor- n house, tobscco N railroad, one of the host graded PLANT BLACK WALNUT. on Crab Orchard pike, Route 2. schools in the State, having an endowFOR SALE. 20 Rocd. fresh Imilk ment fund of $50,000 In addition to a Vary Desirati'e on the Farm Dscause of Lasting e can cows, also 20 yearling, two year old $30,000 new school building. Walton E. Moss. Ilecnuse of the very high, lasting jersey heifers. sell homes or choice lots near the school. Is the owner's price. tVe qualities of Its wood nnd the moderTom Ray, of Sycamore Valley, has ' Our price bank or to any official for ately rapid rate of growth of the tree sale, three cows with young calves refer to any for you; In good location black walnut Is one sows and pigs. Alljgood ones. (proof that we will deal fairly with and three of the few desirable tree to j as we have done for ten years and have sorrel ' no dissatisfied customers. plant on the farm. Small patches of For Sale: One Improved and unimproved farms of rough, gullied or unused land nlxmt the pony, well broke; also one yearling pony. Will sell cheap. all sizes and various locations and nt farm nipl narrow strips along fence Miss Anna Belle Burnside. various prices, but anv farm priced at rows nnd highways or comers of barnyards and stiKk lots make Ideal places its market value. In the East capitalists are hunting for planting the valuable tree. The ELIZABETHAN 'real estate; method s simple, nnd the present I No. 1. 130 acres, on pike. IJ miles hcaiy crop of nuts makes thlscar a rollfrom Lancaster, good land.sliglitlv most favorable time to lieglu work COOKING ing, well improved, at $90.00 per acre. along this line. The region where walNo. 2. 171 acres, 4J miles on main nut growing Is practicable exteuds pike, fine land and welt located, good from southern New England west to the central states aud south to South improvements, at $133.00 per acre. Shakespeare's Era Was Redolent No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1J miles Carolina olid along the northern porof Delicious Foods That May from town, land very fertile, tenant tions of the gulf state to Oklahoma. Tho black walnut treo Is comparahouse and two large tobacco barns. tively free from insect attack, particuHave Redounded to the Slrat Price $120.00 per acre. larly the wood. The prlco of blucfc No. 4. 124 acres on good road J mile walnut lumber In recent years lias been ford Bard's Genius. from pike, rich land, partly rolling, consistently high. Another factor to $85 00 be considered is the rapidly diminishbrick house and tobacco barn. matter of fact, a very casual per acre. ing supply of walnut trees over pracresearch Into tbo food of No. 5. 125 acres, J mile trom pike. tically Its entire range In the United A Shakespeare's time shows a lj miles from railroad, good land, fair States, due to recent cutting In order bewildering variety , and an improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per to meet tbe demand for punstock maoverwhelming quantity of viands, acre. terial. The tree yields durable wood, ranging from peacocks stuffed and No. G. 310 acres on pike, 2 mile which may be used for posts and for a outwide variety of purposes about the roasted and sent up to table with spread talis, and awaus also served In from good villuge, residence, stock farm lu case it Is not sold In the lumto lampreys, such as barn and tobacco barn, well watered, ber market. their feathers, mostly in grass, hemp, and tobacco, proved the death of at least one To plant the nuts make a small hoi monarch, while the wines land ready for cultivation. A money- with a mattock or hoe, drop one or two of France, Spain and the Ilhlno were maker at $65.00 per acre. nuts in each bole and cover tbem with Imported, In large quantities. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as about two Inches of fresh, firmly packIn the reign of Hlchard II. there was there is in Kentucky, U miles from ed soli. For the larger areas a good a cookery book Issued called the Lancaster, on pike, well improved at spacing In forest plantation Is to dig "Forme of Curry," In which we And $150.00 per acre. the boles eight feet apart each way or GSO recipes that In vagueness and variety No. 8 80 acres unimproved adjoin 8 by 10 feet, which amounts to of spices and flavors are without paral- ing No. 7 on pike and 543 holes per acre for the two at $135.00 per acre. lel. So pungent and numerous are .the For small areas or along fence No. 9. 440 acre, 1 mile from pike on rows and highways tho spacing shonld required that we are condiments s good road, land, good resi- be about eight feet In tho row unless forced to the conclusion that the people of the time must have bad very dence, tenant house, 5 large barns, permanent shade Is desired. In which r either case the distance should be twenty feet tough palates and the digestion of the concrete pools. A proverbial ostrich. as an investment or to live on. Price daring tbe early period of growth and Take, for example, these recipes, $100.00 per acre. subsequently Increased to forty feet by typical of the rest and quite sufficient No. 10. 600 acres, li miles from removing tbe alternate trees. For purto make us understand wby the sol- pike, well improved, residence and poses ot nut production the trees diers and buccaneers of the ''Virgin of from tenant houses, several bams, fine land. should be spaced at distancesshould Queen" were so universally victorious, lie to sixty feet opart and well watered. Can sell the whole at forty given a due amount ot cultivation. Refor surely men that asslmtUta these $65.00 per acre, or will sell Oil smaller quests for Information along' this line dishes could triumph over anything on tracts at atrractive priees. should be addressed to the bureau of earth! No. 11. 150 acies on pike, good land plant Industry of the department of Conger In Sauce. Take the conger 3 agriculture at Washington. The numImproved, good neighborhood, and scald him and smite him In pieces' well Price $90.00 ber of nuts required can easily be and seethe him. Take parsley, mint miles from small, town. pellltory, roMemary, sage, bread, salt, a per acre. found by knowing approximately their garllck and of cloves a little. lltUe No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, 1 mile quality, the area of ground to be treat, Take it and grind It welL Strain It In from Lancaster, small residence, large ed and tbe spacing. Care should be vinegar through a cloth. Cast the fish tobacco barn and other improvements. taken not to plant under shade. Where Ja a vessel, add the liquor and serve the trees in the old wood lot are to be $125.00 per acre. n forth. cut during tho next year or two and No. 13. 97 acres 1 mile from Lancas- are moderately open planting may be Tartee. Take boiled pork, flew It and pound It. and add thereto eggs, ter, on pike, fine land and new improve done In the winter, ho as to get a start raisins, sugar, powder of ginger, white ments. $125 00 per acre. In advance of the removal later of the No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, front overhead protection against early frosts grease and small birds there among. Take prune. xufTroii nud salt and make ing on two pikes, 1 mile from Lancas- and excessive drying of the soil In mida crust lu a dUb. Tut the mixture ter, first class land in every particular, summer. therein, bake It well nud serve It forth. a number of fine building sites, accep While the best results nre usually obAt the wedding banquet served for table of division into severs.! smaller tained by completely preparing the soil Henry V. and Catherine of Franco the farms. Price $130.00 per acre. and cultivating It for a few years after following strange sweet was served: planting, faTin owners should be aware No. 15. 243 acres, 4 miles out on Vlaude Koyalc. Tako Creek or of the iKisslbillty of starting hundreds Improved, mostly in grass, Ithcnhth wine and honey clarifled pike, highly of young walnuts In their wood lots r good land, readv for business, $75.00 and elsewhere at tho vxent of only a therewith. Take flower of rice, of ginger or pepper aud cinnamon, per acre. llttlo labor. This will !c n gotid step In No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana tbe process of securing useful and cloves, saffron. sugar, mulberries and sandalwood and mix all together. Iloll 45 miles north of Louisville on li & Q money making trees on parts of the It mid salt It nud look that it be xtirf. farm which would iterhaps otherwise It R, fertile land and good improve Some Irreverent beings declare that ments, will sell or exchange for other be waste laud, which Is 'making no refcome of our let advertised breakfast property. turn at all to its owner. foods are like sawdust and chopied No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old hay. Well, eu-- if It were true, you rooms, brick HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. see here a kingly precedent, when time brick residence, large royal bridal feastrd on aatuhilwuod. out buildings, attractive home, good This Agreement Witnesseth; That liut In the time of Henry V. Ibe tn-- ' land, susceptible of making a suburban in order to protect the game on our hies utm to have begun to acquire division, a number of Ane building lota, lands for a period of three vears we some foreign grace. Hrlinn Kate fronting on street, but we must sell as bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor revolted und Introduced some of the a whole, has never been on the market permit anybody else to do so, and w , airier dainties "f her native land, until now. Further particulars and further agree to prosecute with diliwhich even In those far off days was pifce on application, gence all persons who violate the game renowned for its cookery 19. 200 acres, on pike, 4 miles from laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our At Henry V.'s wedding wc read there improvewas a jelly ornamented with the flow- Lancaster, very high class lands for the purpose of hunting. And er of the columbine and a white cake ments, large handsome residence, large we further agree to act as Deputy garnished with hawthorn leaves and barns, silo etc. Can be divided into Game Wardens for the purpose of cartheir shining red berries; two decora- two or three or more farms, but we rying out this agreement. Except each tions consisting of figures of St. Kath-trin- must sell as a whole at $160.00 per acre. of us have the right to kill rabbits on tlio bride's patron saint, and. No. 20. 117.19 acres by survey, 1 crowning feat, "a subtlety of tiger mile from pike on macadam road, large our ."arms or permit it to be, done by another under our supervision, or the looking In n mirror" Illitory telletb residence, new tobacco barn, stock supervision of some responsible and not of what this fsubtlety" or the figsoil, a bargood land, limestone reliable person selec'ed by us. ures were composed nor whether, like barn, bis descendant of I.tmerlck fame, there gain at $11,000. This November 15th, 1915. No. 21. 147 acres 1 miles fromtown R. L. Elkln, wan -- a smile on the fact) of the tiger." J. E. Robinson, Coming to SbakeMare'K time, we on pike, fair improvements, good land, Jno. M. Farra, W. II. Brown, find a aauee that was In great demand very productive, partly rolling, can be W. B. Burton. Alex Walker, uudcr the uaioo of "Sauce Mudame." divided, price as a whole, $80. per acre. Haselden Bros., T. A. Elkin, Here Is the recipe, aud certainly It No. 22. 60 acres, on pike H miles F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, soutids like u rather substantial dlsb: from Lancaster, good land all in grass, John II. Smith, Logan Hubble, Sauce Madame. Take sage and 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco G. M. Deshon, N. Ross. parsley, hyssop and savory, quinces Improve- J. barn and other out buildings, II. B. Cox, Fisher Herring, and good eiira, peeled: garlic and Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, grains. Take geese, cleanly washed, ments all new. $5,000.00. No. 23. 68 acres, .5 miles from Lan- Withers Bros. W. 11. Mshan, and All the geese therewith- - and see that none escapes. Keep the grease caster, on pike, right at school and Willi sin, Marcus and Jim White. that drops while roasting; roast It well churches, accessible to two other B. F. Wllmot. J. D. Pope. Take the grease and put It In a pipkin. county seats, small residence, large Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, When the geese are done enough take barn, good, young orchard, fine location tV. Elmore, W. It. Cook, tbent off the spit and smite tbem Into for dairyman or stock man. Price on J, C. Rankin, Huffman Bros, T. pieces. Take that which 1 within, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, hew It small, put It In the pipkin, add application. No. 23). 104 acres, highly Improved T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. B. Moss thereto little wine, curranta, KW- Jno. M. White, dered ginger and cinnamon and let it two miles of Lancaster, splendid land. 11. E. Henry. . bolt I'ut the gets on platters, pour Price $135. per acre. Bright Herring. A. D. Bradshaw. the sauce over all and serve It forth. No, 24. A good business proposition: It. L. Barker. nice Duroc FOR SALE-- A Miller McCormick.JFD 2. 1'reach-ersville. SALE-Dr- ronn.freootehftrre Sm Cotton has two good milk cows for le. work mulea. FOIt S ALE-Te- am Ollle W. Eates. 'o N.r.n Of th SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE HEN LANCASTER, RY OF Up to the age of fourteen young Jatuc Ilrlce, whose father was n flo,r 1st In the suburbs of a smart little elty, was as bright n talker ns you would And among n hundred youth. Then a high wind blew n shade tree down on him while he was hurrying nhtnir the streets. So bones were broken, and he was not badly brulcd. but from the hour of tknt accident he he-gto stammer. The doctors said ho had received a nervous shock nnd ibat If ho ever recouped from It It would be from another nervous shock. At the age of eighteen he went to you, we will make you money. work for and resided lu the family of an undo who lived on a farm. There Hughes Swlnebroad, were only four In tho family, nnd tho The Real Estate Men. Lancaster, Ky. stammering would not be noticed nor dwelling with Large basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, large livery barn, two story, upper floor hardwood maple used for dance hall or skating link, two small houses, will always rent- - Located on railroad, town. in small, but splendid business for the right man. A money-makPrice $1500.00 ot will trade for farm. No. 2IJ. CO acres, on pike near town very fertile, big tobacco bam and residence; $85.00 per acre. No. 23. A number of cottages nnd residences and building lots and business houses in Lancaster and suburbs at attractive prices cither for homes or for investment. No. 26. We always have on our list other properties, farms, dwellings, stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of properties either for ssle or trade. No. 27. To the man who wants to sell See us. If you want, to sell at public auction your farm nnd stock and crops, let us "pull off", the sle for GETTING A JSHOCK Br M. QUAD Copyright, 1st, by ths McClur Newspaper syndtoots. Reduced Prices. We are offering our large and entire fresh new stock of the latest patterns in 6 j uit ! ' J I RECIPES t Si spac-log- first-clas- Miss Hcssle Williams, a mnld of flf- lecu years, enmuod an npplo treo one c day In her father's back yard, had attained the height of a third branch when her bold gave way and she fell down with n kerplunk. After sho had been revived nnd found very much nllve It was noticed that sho stammered. After two or three years. In which tho girl's nlliueut got no better, she was sent to live for awhile with her aunt in the country and was told to hope for n shock. It transpired, strangely enough, that the two stammerers found nn aunt and an undo living within a quarter uf n mile ot each other. They soon struck up an acquaintance. DM James Ilrlce and Itessle Williams fall In love? For sure they did. A good sized river flowed within half n mite of the country homes of tha two unfortunates. Young Sir. Itrlco bought a boat, nud they often went rowing or fishing. After n few lessons in management Miss Williams learned how to use the oars and often went out by herself. A mile below the llttlo landing there were a dam and n sawmill. This dam was not a point ot danger except when the spring rains had brought about a freshet. It was u day In April and the rains bad been almost steady for a week when tho sun came out soft aud warm and Miss Williams' aunt said tj her: "You have becu moping around the house so long that It will do you good to get out Why don't you go You liavo lines nnd poles nnd can dig your own bait. It Is an Ideal day Ashing. for If James should coaio over I will tell hint where you bavo gone, and bo will Join you." Less than an hour later tbe girl was seeking to lure tbe big fish of tbe stream to swallow her bait She Ashed from tbe bank for awhile, being a little frightened by tbe high waters which rushed on to the dam, but after half an hour's patient work without getting o much as a nibble she threw down her pole and decided to take a lies-si- WALL PAPERS At Specially Reduced Prices We are overstocked. Many of these papers have doubled in value and are the rarest sort of bargains. We have a superb line of the highest qualities in Varnish, Flcor Wax, Oils and Lead. FOR HARDWOOD FLOORS--Se- e our line of polishing brushes for hardwood floors. They make polishing quick and easy. They are easy to operate and give a finish that cannot be gotten by the ordinary rubbing. row, money-make- (tow-de- was during this excitement that both oars went overboard and were lost It was In midstream, and what was ths girl to do? There was nothing but to scream for help, and for a time ber screams seemed useless. Tben James Drlce camo running. There was no . other boat and for a moment be bad no hope of rescue. Then, sure that tbe girl must float down and over the dam, be threw off coat and vest pulled off his boots and plunged In to swim to her boat He did not notlco that, tbo oars were gone, but thought ber strength had given out He reached the boat to hear ber say: ' "You Idiot, you! Why didn't you run along the bank until you found an empty boat? Now we shall both go I over the dam!" James did not notlco that she was speaking as plainly as anybodv could, t nor did she notlco tbe Improvement In bis pronunciation as be replied: "I thought you still bad the oars. Well, we'll have to jjo over together, ' and there may bo ono chance In ten for us. Let us keep as cool as wo can. I The men at the sawmill will put out a boat below tbe dam. There were Ave minutes more before tbe boat reached the dam. Clinging to the aide of the boat James looked Into ber eyes, aud Uesslo returned his look. Not another word was spoken. With a rush the boat went over the dam, and those who were looklug on from the shore never expected It to reapjiear When Corks Allow Leakarje. except In fragments. But frovldence After corks bavo been used n while willed It otherwise. It was partly they sometimes become so compressed smashed when It cauio to tbo surface that tho contents or the lintiln lonk again, and beside It floated two human out. This may bo remedied by put figures, to be rescued Ave minutes ting mo corks in bo n water and later. They bad como safely through leaving them there until tho wator tbe peril and bad received tbe shock cools. They will then be as good as the doctors bad talked about aud they new and At Just as tightly. had hoped for. It was two days before they met again, and tben the young Saving Your Mirrors. man said: Sunshine Is dcstructlvo to mirrors Itessle, wby did you call me an and often causes them to assume a Idiot?" milky appearance which can never be Because you are one," sbc replied. removed. In arranging your room be "You ought to have known the oars careful to place tbo mirror so It 1 were gone." wont receive tbe direct rays of tbe You don't stammor any more," he sun. . I I ' Tbe river was bringing down logs nd brushwood, and It was a halt sunken lag which brought about tbe accident. Tbe boat struck It with such a shock that It nearly upset, and It Picture Frames. We have a complete line of Picture Framing Materials and can give you prompt and efficient service. 600MER - & - mm. KENTUCKY. THIRD STREET. DANVILLE, aid. "Nor you." Nor did they. The shock had shock ed the shock. In two weeks they bad entirely recovered from their Impediment of speech and were talking of wbat? Well, there Is generally an engagement before marriage, you know. Fresh Water For Chlcksns. need a constant supply ot fresh water, according to W. A. professor of poultry husbandry In tbe Kansas Stato Agricultural college. "Running water U best" says Professor Llpplncott, "but If this Is hot avallablo keep the water fresh. Add enough permsnganato of potash te make It a wine red. This amount Will act as an antiseptic In preventing the transmission of disease through the water and atso aid In keeping town Intestinal Mrasltes." Chickens tt, No Charge! Debt World Owes to the Press. In normal times, under ordinary, evObsetvant Manager (catching his eryday conditions, tho press has the clerk kissing hit daughter) "Now, Immense ndvantago. Its facilities are ' now, young man. I don't pay you for Incomparable. It an cops the wholo j that kind ot work." Surprised Clerk world and every day keeps alive In ua 'No o, sir. And I don't propose to a sense of common interest in tbo af- charge anything extra for It." faire of our community. Dr. Albert Sbaw. Whence "Gringo," In Spanish "gringo," pronounced grccngo, means gibberish or unintelliMassage for Nervousness. Light that Is, aurfaco massage. Is gible chatter. American Spanlarda apa good corrective for nervousness. plied It to Americana and Kngllshmen massage, which In contempt bocauso their language Deep, accklng-the-bonIs used for liver complaint and for sounded Ilka gibberish to tbe Span-lardNow tho term Is applied In conobesity, Is too severe for tbo nervous Besides, so many of the tempt to Americana In tbo same way patient. nerves Ho so near the akin that tbe that Americans speak of Mexicans as region of the skin Is the real seat of greasers. operation for cure. IJght massage by Cheerfulness Wins, Tbe men whom I havo seen succeed coaxing tbo blood to tbe surface and British Lawmakers. best In life have always been cheer- Inducing a new and stronger Interflow The British ful and hopeful Inen, who went about among tbem feeds tba nerves --mud sists of 070 bouse ot iiarliament conmembers (4dS tor Engtheir business with a smile on their strengthens them. land. 30 for Wales. 71 for Scotland aud faces and took their ckange and 103 for Ireland), elected for seven chances In this mortal life like men, years by secret ballot No ono under Fats of Annie Laurie. facing rough and smooth alike as they Tbe familiar song of "Annie Lu-rie,- " twenty-on- e years of age la eligible. came, Charles Klngsley, says tbe tondou Chronicle, was All clergymen ot the Church ot Engwritten by a soldier In Handera to land, ministers of tho Church of Scothis ladylove at home. Tbo writer wis land and Koman Catholic clergymen Just What Did She Mean? Mrs. Jones was on a visit to her William Douglas, and Annie Laurft are dlaauallQad frnm minv mam. parents and wrote the following post- was one of the three daughters of bers: all government contractors and next-doo- r neighbor at Sir Robert Laurie of Maxwelton. Bad an suerins and returning offlcers for card to her home: "Will you do me a favor, while to relate, Annie did not marry ber the localities for which ih rv art I am away? Will you put out a little ardent lover. Some say that Douglas disqualified both from voting and from food In our back porch every day or was killed In Flanders, but whither siiung as members. Krery voter must so, for tbo little stray cat I have been or not that Is so. Annie wu led to be twenty-onyears of age, be tbe profeeding? Tbe cat will eat almost any- tbe altar in 170) by James Fergusson prietor ot a house or a piece ot Und, thing, but do cot put yourself out" ot Cralgdarroch. or pay an annual rent of ISO. in t -